Citation

Material Information

Title:
Venice gondolier sun.
Uniform Title:
Venice gondolier sun
Added title page title:
Venice gondolier
Added title page title:
Gondolier
Creator:
Venice Gondolier Sun
Publisher:
Venice Gondolier Sun,
Venice Gondolier Sun
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ill. (some col.) ; 58 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers. -- Venice (Fla.)
Newspapers. -- Sarasota County (Fla.)
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota -- Venice
Coordinates:
27.099327 x -82.441559

Notes

General Note:
Issue for April 4-6, 2001 also called April 4, 2001.
General Note:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Venice Gondolier Sun. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
Resource Identifier:
002730652 ( ALEPH )
ANK8420 ( NOTIS )
47264140 ( OCLC )
1536-1063 ( ISSN )

UFDC Membership

Aggregations:
Florida Newspaper Collections

Full Text

PAGE 1

WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY WWW.VENICEGONDOLIERSUN.COM FOR HOME DELIVERY, CALL 941207 1300Good morning, Gondolier Sun subscriber Joan Eitei FRONT SECTION OUR TOWN SECTION IN THIS EDITION COUPONS DEATHSLEGALS ........................................11A LOTTERY ........................................2A OBITUARIES ..................................4A SPORTS ........................................12A WEATHER ......................................2A CROSSWORD .............................9B OPINION .....................................7B RELIGION ...................................8B PHOTO ALBUM .......................18B VENUE .........................................3B CLASSIFIEDS COMICS TV BOOK Oak Farms Nursery ..................B2Daniel OConnor Shirley Sortore Paul A. Martin William Daniels $1.00 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 72 | NO. 104LOCAL NEWS COVER TO COVER | FLORIDAS #1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPERVENICE GONDOLIER SUNwww.yoursun.com Saturday, April 7, 2018 Nielsen Media Research at 1080 Knights Trail Road in North Venice is closing, laying off 400 people. But a job fair will be held soon exclusively for those losing their jobs. The reason behind the layoffs is technology. Nielsen is known for gathering data on the TV viewing habits of people. That used to be done by people “lling out a diary of what they were watching and when. Nielsen would then have its staff transfer the information from those diaries into databases that would give advertisers an idea of how many people watched a particular program. But now the company is switching to digital monitoring, with the TV owners consent, that sends the information directly to Nielsen computers. May of this year will be the last time that the paper diaries are used. While this change will impact a number of our nearly 400 associates that call Venice facility home, we are working closely with our associates to provide transition assistance, access to local companies with open and available jobs in the community, job preparedness workshops offering resume writing, interviewing skills, etc., and compensation incentives,Ž a spokesperson for Nielsen said via email. To assist affected associates, Nielsen will host a job fair at the Nielsen Venice Diary Checking Center. Nielsen representatives from the companys Sarasota Call Center will be in attendance, as will a number of local companies that have accepted an invitation to participate in the job fair. The job fair is only open to Nielsen associates. Almost a year ago, Nielsen publicly announced plans to install nearly 15,000 television Nielsen to lay off 400 locally, close officeBy ROGER BUTTONBUSINEWS COLUMNIST PHOTO BY ROGER BUTTONNielsen Media Research at 1080 Knights Trail Road in North Venice is laying o 400 employees, leading to the oce closing next year. It wasnt your average night for Air-1. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ce Aviation Unit was at Knight Trail Park Thursday evening to make a presentation before the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy when a call came in around 6 p.m. But just before it landed, deputies requested Air-1s assistance locating a stranded bicyclists in the T. Mabry Carlton Reserve, a 24,565-acre preserve with 80 miles of hiking and bicycling trails. Nightfall was little more than an hour away. According to the Sheriffs Of“ce, the rider planned for a 9-mile ride, but took a wrong turn and ended up riding for 35 miles, which took more than four and a half hours. The bicyclist, Raymond Bouchard, 63, from Venice, had gotten lost, ran out of water, and out of options trying to navigate his way out. He decided to call 911. Thanks to the vigilance of our pilots and quick actions of deputies, we were able to locate him in record time,Ž said Kaitlyn Perez, spokeswoman with the Sheriffs Of“ce. Deputies found me and got me out. I am very proud of their professionalism,Ž Bouchard said the next day in a Tweet. But the evening wasnt over. Biker rescued after 9-mile ride turns to 35By GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR PROVIDED PHOTOThis still shot is from a video by Air-1, which helped guide Sheris Oce deputies to a stranded bicyclist in the T. Mabry Carlton Reserve on Thursday just before sunset. The bicyclist had gotten lost and was tired but otherwise in good condition. The man known as the Venice tennis bullyŽ was convicted of disorderly conduct this week. Karl Burton, 61, pled no contest and was sentenced to six months probation and an anger management class. Rumen Tchorbadjiev, of South Venice, “led a complaint against Burton back in July 2017, which became the genesis of a state-issued complaint. He was one of numerous tennis players at the Hecksher Park courts who had been complaining for months earlier „ even submitting a petition with signatures and presenting it to City Hall „ all to keep Burton off the courts. His harassment allegedly included hostile confrontations, slashed tires, and on occasion, stalking players who complained about his behavior. It is so different now on the tennis courts in downtown Venice. People are loving it. Its quiet. No altercations. No stolen belongings. No ”at tires. No harassment or threatening behavior,Ž Tchorbadjiev said. And, he added, police presence is no longer required. Tchorbadjiev “led the Tennis bully has his day in courtBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR Members of the 832 K9s Deputy Dogs will gather in this area Sunday for a weeks training program for area law enforcement of“cers and their bloodhounds. The advanced training the dogs will get next week will include being taken to several places where they can get used to various settings and not be scared. Duke and Angie Snodgrass founded 832 K9s Deputy Dogs to honor their son, the late Kody H. Snodgrass, who held badge 832 with the Lake County Sheriffs Of“ce. The son was the handler of his departments bloodhound. I spent the afternoon with Duke and Angie,Ž Venice resident Chetta Cometa said recently about her introduction to the program about 18 years ago. They introduced me to Pearl Bailey (a bloodhound). I found the site online and contacted them. They talked to me. They were interviewing me. I thought I was going to buy a dog, but they dont sell dogs. They gifted her to me because they felt I was someone who would take care of that bloodhound. I had $100 with me and left it on the table that day. These dogs are worth $15,000-$18,000.Ž She must have passed the interview.Ž Since that day, Cometa has bred and raised several bloodhounds and also involved her boyfriend in the program. Both are working toward becoming trackers. We arent police and cant go on a crime scene,Ž she said. We hand our dogs off to the organizer.Ž In the 17 years since, she has bred and raised several dogs for the organization. Cometa shared a story about a 3-year-old girl who was lost on her familys farm. It was Thanksgiving weekend and the weather was very cold when she wandered off. Two handlers, including Eric Schultz, a deputy sheriff in Aspen, Colo. and board member of 832-K-9, went in search of the little girl with their dogs. Both dogs headed to an area on the farm that had a lot of machinery and piles of baled hay. The parents insisted that their daughter would not have gone there and that she certainly could not climb up all those hay bales.Bloodhound WeekendBy KIM COOLFEATURES EDITOR PHOTOS PROVIDED BY CHETTA COMETALoumy was the mother of the 100th dog raised by Chetta Cometa of Venice for the 832 K9s Deputy Dogs Foundation.Dogs train here this weekend Chuck Cometa. left, enlisted as a foster bloodhound caretaker in 2011 and helped raise Woodstock New YorkŽ in the 832 litter named Made In America.Ž His sister Chetta Cometa is at right.NIELSEN | 11 BIKER | 11 BURTONCOURT | 11 DOGS | 11 adno=54533498

PAGE 2

2A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION SUNRISE, SUNSET VENICE TIDES Sunrise/setTonights sunset 7:50 p.m. Tomorrows sunrise 7:14 a.m.Moonrise/setMoonrise 1:36 a.m. Moonset 12:29 p.m. EASTERN STANDARD TIMEDATE HIGH HIGH LOW LOW P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. SAT 7 4:28 „ „ 12:33 SUN 8 5:40 „ „ 1:45 MON 9 7:19 10:45 2:14 2:54 TUE 10 8:51 11:01 3:44 3:51 WED 11 9:59 11:17 4:41 4:38 *STRONG TIDE a „ A.M. p „ P.M.ALMANAC ABC 7 WEATHER VENICE OUTLOOK Florida Lottery www.flalottery.com PICK 2Apr. 5N ....................................6-4 Apr. 5D ...................................8-4 Apr. 4N ....................................1-2 Apr. 4D ...................................0-9 Apr. 3N ....................................4-8 Apr. 3D ...................................6-8 D-Day, N-Night PICK 3Apr. 5N ................................6-9-6 Apr. 5D ...............................0-4-7 Apr. 4N ................................0-0-7 Apr. 4D ...............................5-7-7 Apr. 3N ................................7-3-2 Apr. 3D ...............................1-1-2 D-Day, N-Night PICK 4Apr. 5N .............................1-1-9-9 Apr. 5D ............................7-4-0-9 Apr. 4N .............................2-5-4-3 Apr. 4D ............................4-7-6-7 Apr. 3N .............................0-9-6-5 Apr. 3D ............................9-2-9-0 D-Day, N-Night PICK 5Apr. 5N ..........................8-6-2-6-3 Apr. 5D .........................9-0-5-3-8 Apr. 4N ..........................1-5-4-5-4 Apr. 4D .........................1-3-2-2-7 Apr. 3N ..........................3-3-3-4-8 Apr. 3D .........................4-2-6-6-7 D-Day, N-Night FANTASY 5Apr. 5 ....................7-17-19-22-27 Apr. 4 ..................14-16-20-22-30 Apr. 3 ....................7-11-15-26-31PAYOFF FOR Apr. 52 5-digit winners ...$103,573.71 394 4-digit winners ........ $84.50 11,318 3-digit winners ..... $8.00 CASH FOR LIFEApr. 2 ................... 7-12-21-24-40 Cash Ball .................................. 2 € € € Mar. 29 .......... 34-35-36-46-58-1 Cash Ball .................................. 1 PAYOFF FOR Apr. 20 5-of-5 CB ................$1,000/Day 0 5-of-5 ...................$1,000/Week 4 4-of-5 CB ...................... $2,500 24 4-of-5 ..............................$500 LUCKY MONEYApr. 3 ...........................3-6-36-41 Lucky Ball ..................................3 € € € Mar. 30 .........................1-8-26-44 Lucky Ball ................................13PAYOFF FOR Apr. 30 4-of-4 LB .............. $1.4 million 3 4-of-4 ....................... $2,067.00 42 3-of-4 LB .................. $323.50 646 3-of-4 ....................... $61.50 LOTTOApr. 4 ................1-5-11-12-25-48 Mar. 31 ...........5-12-20-22-39-46 Mar. 28 .............6-9-16-29-33-52PAYOFF FOR Apr. 41 6-digit winners .......$45 million 25 5-digit winners .......$2,959.50 1,612 4-digit winners .......$38.00 POWERBALLApr. 4 ....................8-24-42-54-64 Powerball ................................24 € € € Mar. 31 .................8-24-52-55-61 Powerball ................................21PAYOFF FOR Apr. 40 5 of 5 + PB .............$60 Million 0 5 of 5 ........................$1 million 1 4 of 5 + PB ..................$50,000 16 4 of 5 ..............................$100ESTIMATED JACKPOT$74 million MEGA MILLIONSApr. 3 ................. 04-29-39-42-62 Mega Ball ............................... 14 € € € Mar. 30 ................11-28-31-46-59 Mega Ball ..................................1PAYOFF FOR Apr. 30 5 of 5 + MB ............ $40 Million 0 5 of 5 ....................... $1 Million 0 4 of 5 + MB ................ $10,000 22 4 of 5 ............................. $500ESTIMATED JACKPOT$45 million 80 69 High LowTODAY 80 69 High LowMONDAY 78 68 High LowSUNDAY 80 64 High LowTUESDAYPhase 1 of the citys road repaving program is all but complete. Now comes the hard part „ downtown. All the other paving is essentially done, though some striping, restoration and touchup work remain, according to Venice Public Information Officer Lorraine Anderson. The completed work represents the majority of the project, for which voters approved an $18 million bond issue in November of 2016. Besides repaving 70 lane miles of bad road, there were sidewalk and curbing repairs and enhanced Americans with Disabilities Act compliance. The downtown phase of the project, which gets underway later this month, involves similar work plus much more „ enough to require that all events usually held downtown out of season find a new home for this year. And it has downtown business owners nervous about how theyll fare during what is already the slowest part of the year for them „ from Easter until the snowbirds return in the fall. The work will include repaving West Tampa, West Venice and West Miami Avenues between Harbor Drive and U.S. 41 Business, as well as Nokomis Avenue from Santa Maria Street south to Ponce de Leon. The contractor will also be replacing sidewalks and utility lines and installing lighting conduit and significant landscaping upgrades, including a fence in the medians to discourage jaywalkers. About $4 million of the $18 million bond issue will be spent on the project, which will also use state and federal money and some other city funds set aside for accessibility improvements. Among the most noticeable changes will be the conversion to four-way stops at the downtown intersections with Nokomis Avenue and the elimination of the westbound left-turn lane at North Nokomis Avenue and West Tampa Avenue. Thats a tradeoff for a longer left-turn lane for eastbound traffic there. Compliance with state standards for sightlines at intersections will mean a few parking spaces will be lost, replaced with bulboutsŽ of the curb to improve visibility and reduce walking distances. In-pavement lighting at crosswalks will further enhance pedestrian safety. Construction will require some lane closures, but two-way traffic will always be maintained on West Venice Avenue. West Tampa and West Miami will need to go to one direction at times because theyre currently only two-lane streets. Construction will be done during the day and at night, when sidewalks can be worked on without affecting businesses.Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.comOne road phase down, downtown phase to goBy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITER Happiness is..... Finding a furry friend in the Classifieds F i n d i t F i n d i t Find it i n i n in t h e t h e the C l a s s i f i e d s C l a s s i f i e d s Classifieds W h a t e v e r W h a t e v e r Whatever i t i t it i s . i s . is... Carpet € Ceramic € Laminate Hardwood € Vinyl € Area RugsAll You Need To Know About FloorsŽ Hours: Mon. Fri. 8-5, Saturday 8-3 941-488-1810825 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285Best of Venice 2003-2016 www.mcpcolortile.comTruck-Mounted Cleaning DivisionCARPET € TILE & GROUT € AREA RUG € UPHOLSTERYWE SELL IT € INSTALL IT € MAINTAIN IT adno=54533655 adno=54530097 Drs. McCormick, Laird & Buckle y D D D D D D D D D D r r r r r r r r s s s s s s s s . . . M M M M M M M M M c c c c c c c c c C C C C C C C C C o o o o o o o o o r r r r r r r r r m m m m m m m i i i i i i i i c c c c c c c c k k k k k k k , , , L L L L L L L a a a a a a a a i i i i i i i r r r r r r r r d d d d d d d d d & & & & & & & & B B B B B B B B B u u u u u u u u c c c c c c c c k k k k k k k k l l l l l l l l l e e e e e e e y y y y y y y y y y Free Help found online at venicefootclinic.comadno=54533493 adno=54530019 Direct Phone Numbers: General Office 207-1000 € Newsroom 207-1000 Circulation 207-1300 Advertising 207-1220 € Classified 429-3110 Editorial/Welcome Home/Newsroom Fax 484-8460 Classified Fax 866-949-1426 /Advertising Fax 485-3036 Toll Free 1-866-357-6204 € Sunline Internet Services 888-512-6100 Community Web Site http://www.venicegondolier.com Publisher: Glen Nickerson Editor: Ron Dupont Jr. CEO: David Dunn-Rankin Printed on recycled paper. USPS (221-700) ISSN (1536-1063) The Venice Gondolier Sun is published every Wednesday and Weekend by The Sun. 200 East Venice Avenue, Venice, Florida 34285. Periodicals Postage paid at Venice, Florida and additional mailing centers. Home Delivery Wed. & Weekend Rate Newspaper designated market Venice, Laurel, Nokomis, Englewood (Sarasota Co.) 13 wks. $21.43 26 wks. $35.61 52 wks. $66.77 EZ PAY $4.83/month TV Times is optional $.25 a Wk Waterline is optional $.10 a Wk Mail Delivery 13 wks. $23.37 26 wks. $44.24 52 wks. $78.46 Single Copy WE $1 / Wkend $1 E-Edition $2.98/mo CUSTOMER SERVICE HOURS: Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Wed. 6 a.m. 5 p.m. Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Venice Gondolier Sun, Circulation Department, 200 E. Venice Ave., Venice FL 34285. 7% Tax Included € Foreign rates upon request Name Address City State Zip Phone Mastercard ( ) Visa ( ) Expiration Date Charge card number Signature SUBSCRIBE TODAY! Enclosed is a check for______and mail to the address below, attn. Circulation.Gondolier SunVENICELOCAL NEWS COVER TO COVER € FLORIDAS NO.1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPER CUSTOMER SERVICE POLICY: If you do not receive your newspaper by 6 a.m., please call the Circulation Dept. b efore 11 a.m. at 207-1300 and a newspaper will be brought to you.

PAGE 3

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 3A The search for a hurricane shelter on the island has turned to the new library under construction. It wont end there. Floridas 2018 Statewide Emergency Shelter Plan doesnt contemplate the use of public libraries, but it doesnt prohibit it either, Assistant City Attorney Kelly Fernandez says in a March 15 email to Mayor John Holic. However, the library has the same problem as the nearby Venice Community Center, which Holic ordered over the countys objection to be opened as a shelter during Hurricane Irma „ the wrong location. Its the countys responsibility to designate shelters, and the states Division of Emergency Management requires that they meet American Red Cross standards. The county declined to open the Community Center for Irma because of concerns about its elevation and ability to withstand high winds. The library will be in the same evacuation zone as the Community Center. County of“cials have discussed making the center a hub for transportation to shelters elsewhere in the area but have said the center itself will not be used as a shelter in the future. Fernandez will discuss her opinion with the Council at Tuesdays meeting.Other businessAlso on Tuesday, the Council is scheduled to: € consider a Zoning Atlas amendment to rezone the SJMR property between Border Road and Laurel Road from Sarasota County Open-Use Estate to City of Venice Planned Unit Development. € consider a petition for vested rights for the property planned to be developed as Murphy Oaks, northeast of the intersection of North Auburn Road and Fox Lea Drive, for rezoning as a planned unit development. € consider an ordinance extending the citys inclusion in the Sarasota County Emergency Medical Services Municipal Service Taxing Unit. € consider a resolution amending the citys Personnel Procedures and Rules regarding harassment. € consider granting an underground easement to Florida Power & Light Company for relocation of the power service and transformer at 1600 South Harbor Drive. € consider a resolution vacating a portion of a right of way at South Park Boulevard. € hear a presentation on the citys property insurance coverage. € consider approving a change order for the repair of the “re-damaged portions of the Service Club Park boardwalk. € consider directing the city manager to research red turtle lighting before replacing more “xtures. € discuss Council meetings and quasi-judicial hearing procedures. € discuss accepting a utility easement from Aldea Mar Condominium Association for the installation, maintenance and servicing of utility lines. € consider directing staff to put the states new Find a Ride Florida program on the citys website and in the newsletter. € get updates on the creation of a Capital Project Tracking Spreadsheet and the installation of a weatherproof camera system at the Venice Fishing Pier. € consider approving an event agreement for the Southern Tandem Bicycle Rally in October. € consider appointing Bruce Weaver to the Architectural Review Board. € present a “veyear Service Award to James C. Eppley, Airport Operations and Maintenance supervisor.Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.comNew library not a shelter optionBy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITER adno=54530101 adno=54533819 Call 207-1000 Today To Place Your Ad. adno=54533821 CONDOS FOR SALE ON THE ISLAND ONLY TWO BLOCKS FROM TOWN CENTER SEVERAL TO CHOOSE FROMSanta Maria St.Bella Costa is a seven building condo complex directly on the ICW and only two blocks from everything in Venice. Walk, jog, stroll, bike (or even drive) from this corner of paradise. Come by tomorrow for the open house and take the opportunity to walk our waterfront, watch the boats or enjoy our boat basin. Free sunny weather too. Selections from $239,000 and up. Various views, including water and beyond. Some are walk in and unpack. Some may need a make-overŽ. All are right here in the middle of it all. Why are you waiting??James Lorenz, Realtor941-308-3809 adno=54533820 OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY APRIL 8TH, 1-4 PM240 Santa Maria St. #229 Beautifully remodeled 2nd ” oor end unit with a boat basin and court yard view. All it needs is you! New everything on the inside and all just two blocks from downtown Venice and one mile to the beach. Next to the Legacy Bike Trail and the temporary library. Full clubhouse facilities, including heated and fenced pool. New Price $305,000James Lorenz, Realtor941-308-3809 NEW PRICE adno=54533822 OPEN APRIL 7TH & 8TH 11AM 2PM102 Lyons Bay, NokomisNO BRIDGES TO GULFWaterfront 3BD/2BA/2CG home w/legal attached 1BD/1BA apartment located directly on Lyons Bay, 1/2 mile to Nokomis Beach. Ceramic tile, new appliances, painted, re-piped and re-plumbed. Private dock & electric boat lift. Income Potential. $579,000Maia Morrison, GRI, CRB, CRS, SFR 941.266.2049 NEW PRICE Association of Florida Conservation Districts Area 3 Annual Meeting … April 14, 9 a.m., Terrace Bldg., 101 South Washington Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-9070011 ers … April 10, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, Robert L. Anderson Administration Center, 4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-861-5344 … LIVE TV and Webcast ers … April 11, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 941-861-5344 … LIVE TV and Webcast April 9, 6 p.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling 6161 … LIVE TV and Webcast Health & Human Services William L. Little Health & Human Sarasota. Call 941-861-5481 Little Health & Human Services Road, Sarasota. Call 941-8615399 tion Subcommittee … April 11, 4 p.m., Chemical Collection Sarasota. Call 941-861-5399 ing Group … April 10, 1-3 p.m., Room, First Floor, Administration Call 941-861-0900 Sarasota. All hearing schedules More public charging stations added Sarasota County has added three publicly available electric vehicle charging stations at county facilities, as part of a comprehensive strategy to support the adoption of electric vehicles and encourage sustainable transportation choices. Residents and visitors driving electric vehicles (EVs) now can charge up at any of 16 county-owned locations with charging stations installed. The newest stations, which brings the number of available ports to 24, include: adno=54535035

PAGE 4

4A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION | OBITUARIES OBITUARY POLICYObituaries are accepted from funeral homes and crematories, and from families if accompanied by a death certificate. Full obituaries, notices of services, remembrances and death notices are subject to charges. Email the item for publication to obits@sun-herald.com; it must be accompanied by a phone number. For more information, call 941-206-1028.William Daniels William Daniels passed away Saturday, March 31, 2018. He was born April 19, 1927. William served in World War II in the Navy on the USS Yorktown. He retired after 36 years with General Motors in 1986. He was recognized for his excellent woodworking skills and model building and his dedication to and work with Habitat for Humanity. He is survived by his children, Deborah (Gerald) VanGoethem of Michigan and Gary (Karen) Daniels of Tennessee; “ve grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and a brother, Robert (Margaret) Daniels. He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Joan H. Daniels, in 2014; and his brother, Donald, in 2017. Contributions: In lieu of ”owers, memorial donations may be made to Tidewell Hospice, 5955 Rand Blvd., Sarasota FL 34238 Paul A. MartinPaul Andrew Martin died Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018, in Sarasota, Florida. He was the son of Jacob Paul Martin and Roberta C. Martin. He was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, and graduated from Easton Area High School in 1971. He attended Wittenberg Univer sity in Spring“eld, Ohio. He worked for the Ly coming Silica Sand Co. in Montoursville, Pennsylvania, before moving to Venice in 1995, where he was a computer specialist at Nielson Media Research. He was a born-again Chris tian. His avocations were writ ing, directing, singing and act ing in plays and musicals for community theaters. He will be remember for his role as Nicely Nicely Johnson in the musical Guys and DollsŽ Paul is survived by his moth er, Roberta; and a sister, Cindy Hatch, of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania;, as well as by three cousins. Services: A memorial celebration will be held at Christ United Meth odist Church, 1475 Center Road, Venice, Florida, on Fri day, April 13, at 11 a.m. Contributions: Memorial donations may be made to Christ United Meth odist Church, 1475 Center Road, Venice FL 34292. Daniel OConnor Daniel OConnor, 91, of Venice, Florida, and formerly of Kawkawlin, Michigan, passed away peacefully Friday, March 30, 2018, at Venice Regional Bayfront Health in Venice. A Funeral Mass for Dan will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 11, at Prince of Peace Parish, Sacred Heart Catholic Church (2510 Fraser Road, Kawkawlin) with his son, Father Patrick OConnor, as celebrant. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, concluding with a luncheon at the parish center. The family will receive friends at the church on Tuesday, April 10, from 2 to 7:30 p.m. The vigil will begin at 7:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Vincent de Paul Society of Bay City; Habitat for Humanity; or Our Lady of Perpetual Help Retreat and Spirituality Center in Venice. Envelopes will be available at the church. Dan was born Dec. 4, 1926, in Linwood, Michigan, son of the late James and Emma Leontine (Longtin) OConnor. He was the youngest of six children. He proudly served his country in the U.S. Army from 1945 to 1946, serving time in the AsiaticPacific Theatre during the final stages of World War II. On June 24, 1950, he married the love of his life, Bernita BeaŽ Holm, at St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church in Essexville, Michigan. A devout Catholic, Dan attended numerous parishes throughout his life, including his home parish of Sacred Heart in Kawkawlin, Holy Trinity Parish in Bay City, Michigan, and St. Mary Parish „ Nine Mile in Pinconning, Michigan. He and Bea were founding members of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish in Nokomis, Florida, and current members of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Venice. His multiple ministries and missions included refurbishing the Ministries Institute for the Diocese of Saginaw, annual works of mission in Jackson, Minnesota, for the Religious Sisters of Mercy of Alma, and Christmas deliveries to Boone County, Kentucky. Dan and Bea became known as Father Charlies AngelsŽ at the retreat center of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Retreat and Spirituality Center in Venice. He received his high school diploma at the age of 51. He was a master tradesman for Dow Chemical for 33 years and later worked for Three Rivers Corporation in maintenance for 10 years. Dan never fully retired, as he continued working for Walmart in Venice as a greeter right up until his death. He had lived in Bay City, Kawkawlin and Albright Shores on Wixom Lake before moving to Venice. Dan was a kind man, a faithful husband, a role model to his children and a loving grandfather. Dan is survived by his wife of nearly 68 years, Bea OConnor; three children, Father Patrick OConnor of Kawkawlin, Daniel James OConnor of Venice and Erin (Shaun) Sullivan of Bay City; three granddaughters, Danielle (John) Hoey of Grand Rapids, Michigan, Caitlin (Matthew) Miller of Essexville, and Meaghan Sullivan of Ypsilanti, Michigan; great-granddaughter Emma Miller; and brother-in-law Charles JuniorŽ (Norma) Holm. He was preceded in death by his parents; five siblings and their spouses, Joseph and Odetta OConnor, Raymond and Patricia OConnor, Vincent and Yvonne OConnor, Theresa and Lloyd Pajot, and Francis LloydŽ and LuAnn OConnor; and in-laws Barbara and Nelson Maillette. To leave a condolence for the family or to sign the online guest book, visit: CharlesRLux.com. Shirley Sortore Shirley Sortore, 93, was born in South Hadley Falls, Massachusetts, on Sept. 19, 1924. She entered Heavens gates on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. Shirley had an unwavering faith in God, asking everyone who visited her if they knew the Lord. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Venice for many years, chairing and serving on various committees. In her later years, she joined The Bridge Church and brightened the lives of everyone she met. She had a beautiful soprano voice and artistic gift. In school, she was a cheerleader and editor of the newspaper. She was regularly enlisted to decorate blackboards for the younger grades, as her holiday creations were a delight to all. A voracious reader, she stayed well informed on a variety of subjects and could intelligently discuss anything with anyone, regardless of their educational background. She was a consummate learner, and when her eyesight diminished, she kept up with the world via television and books on CD. Shirley is survived by her sister, Beverly Parent; brother, Frederick Haas; daughters Gayle Rector, and her husband, John, and Melody Murray and her husband, Timothy; nine grandchildren, Debbie DiLena, John Affolter, Alice Affolter, Amber Ferreira, Erin Fish, Scott Harper, Danny Harper, Joel Murray and Matt Murray; 18 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She is also survived by her dear friend Danny, who phoned her every day for years. Shirley was preceded in death by her daughter Dawn Wilson; her siblings, Ernie Haas, Izabelle Carrigan and Pauline Ehrmann; and her greatgreat-grandson, Ethan Johnson. Be still and know that I am God. Psalm 46:10 Services: A Celebration of Life service will be held Saturday, April 14, at 2 p.m. at Grace Community Bible Church, 1045 South U.S. 41 Bypass, Venice, Florida. Contributions: In lieu of ”owers, memorial donations may be made to Seasons Hospice, 3660 South Geyer Road, Suite 120, St. Louis MO 63127. Within hours of Sarasota County issuing a countywide recreational burn ban effective on Wednesday, the city issued its own. It is our intent to support and enforce this burn ban in the City of Venice,Ž said Fire Chief Shawn Carvey. Currently we are faced with the imminent threat of wildland “res due to severe dry conditions,Ž he said. Its under these conditions that we do our diligence to maintain the safety and welfare of our community.Ž Venice “re“ghters are recommending homeowners create a clear and clean a 30-foot buffer around all structures to reduce potential damage. The only exception to the ban is cooking “res using outdoor grills. In a press release, of“cials reminded residents: do not to leave a grill unattended while cooking, and to ensure that the grill is in a safe condition. Ensure that coals are completely cooled prior to disposing of them. Sarasota County Fire Chief Michael Regnier issued the countywide recreational burn ban, effective immediately, early on Wednesday.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comCity follows suit, issues burn banBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR Sniff Out A Great Bargain Using The Classifieds GET FIT FOR SUMMER SUMMER FAMILY MEMBERSHIP SPECIALVenice/Englewood € 4 Months: Only $199 (May-August) Port Charlotte/Punta Gorda € 4 Months: Only $155 (May-August )PAY NO $50 NEW MEMBER JOINER FEE!Venice Y 701 Center Road, Venice Englewood Y 701 Medical Blvd., Englewood Port Charlotte Y 1933 Quesada Ave., Port Charlotte Punta Gorda Y 2905 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda Membership Includes:€Unlimited access to all locations €FREE child watch while you work out €Discounts on youth programs €State of the Art Family Friendly Fitness Center €Great selection of Strength Training Equipment €Group Cycling Center €Over 40 Group Fitness Classes each week Bodycombat, LesMills, Spin, Yoga, Barre, Zumba, MYZONE and much more! €FREE Personal Coaching Session €Steam room, spa, sauna, pool and hot tub adno=54534859 Lawn Garden CenterandMR Thousands of Plants to Choose From Cypress Mulch $2.19Voted #1 Garden Center in Venice941-493-1293 UGLY YARDSWANTED!COMPLETE LANDSCAPE PACKAGES FROM $1,999www.mrtlawnandgarden.comHOURSMON-SAT 8:30-5:30 SUN 9:00 4:305175 SR 776 € VeniceJust South of Jacaranda Blvd. on SR 776. $20.00 OFFCannot be used on mulch and bulk items, annuals, or sale item s. Not redeemable for cash. Expires 4/12/18 Must bring in coupon from paper. No copies. Must be presented at time of purchase. Refunds will not be given. Some restrictions may apply. $ 60.00 PurchaseVGS 50% OFFOn all citrus within 5 miles.Expires 4/12/18. Not redeemable for cash. COUPONS MUST BE PRESENTED AT TIME of purchase. REFUNDS WILL NOT BE GIVEN. No copies. One per purchase. Some restrictions may apply.DELIVERY & INSTALLVGS 2017 adno=54535162

PAGE 5

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 5A Lincoln 7110 S. Tamiami Trail € Sarasota www.MazdaofSarasota.com www.EdHowardLincoln.net941-924-6700 7048 S. Tamiami Tr. € Sarasota 1/4 Mile South of Stickney Point Rd. on Business 41 ED HOWARD ED HOWARD 941-921-4402All Prices Plus Tax, Tag, and $799 dealer fee. Expires 4/30/18. ED HOWARDS PRE-OWNED TENT EVENT UNDER $10,000 VALUES $ 5,950 NOW!#L17407A 2004 MERCEDES E320 NOW!#M18153A $ 9,950 2011 BUICK REGAL CXL $ 15,950 NOW! 2013 VOLVO XC60 # L17523A $ 14,950 NOW! 2015 MAZDA3HB AUTO i TOURING # M8502P $ 10,450 NOW! 2013 FORD ESCAPE SE # MA5577A $ 29,950 NOW! 2013 CHEVY TAHOE LT # L18187A $ 24,950 NOW! 2013 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR # LA5572A $ 14,950 NOW! 2013 HONDA CR-V # LA5519A $ 23,950 NOW! 2015 HONDA PILOT # M18130A $ 15,950 NOW! 2011 LINCOLN MKS # L8463PB $ 18,950 NOW! 2013 FORD EXPLORER # MA5575B $ 10,950 NOW! 2012 CHRYSLERTOWN & COUNTRY # L17405B $ 18,750 NOW! 2010 HONDA RIDGELINE # M18105B $ 15,950 NOW! 2009 FORD F150 XLT # L8460PB $ 11,450 NOW! 2012 VW TIGUAN # LA5549B $ 9,450 #L1800AS NOW! 2006 LINCOLN TOWNCAR $ 9,950 NOW!#M18127B 2008 LINCOLN MKZ $ 4,995 NOW!#M17591R NOW! $ 7,795 #M17651A 2007 MAZDA3 MANAGERS SPECIALS# L16451B NOW! NOW!# LS5473B $ 2,995 $ 5,450 2006 CADILLAC DTS DEALS OF THE WEEK NOW!# M8470P # L17541A NOW! 2016 NISSAN ROGUE 2015 MAZDA CX5 GRAND TOURING 2001 MAZDA MILLENIA $ 17,950 NOW! 2013 HYUNDAI SANTA FE # L17529A $ 10,950 NOW! 2014 DODGE DART SXT # L18025A $ 8,450 #L17206A NOW! 2009 LINCOLN MKZ $ 6,795 NOW!#M18100A 2006 PONTIAC G6 $ 7,950 NOW! #L17416A 2009 NISSAN MURANO ONLY 26K MILES! SAVE $5,000 SAVE $4,500 $ 18,450 $ 19,450 NOW!#L18035B $ 9,950 2004 LEXUS RX 330 1997 MERCURY GRAND MARQUISadno=54528454

PAGE 6

6A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION The “nishing touches have been completed at the Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project at Nokomis Beach. There is a dense concentration of gopher tortoises in this area, and we are trying to do what we can to protect them,Ž said Luke Thema, Environmental Specialist for Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources. A large gopher tortoise approximately three feet in diameter was hit by a car within the last year while crossing the road in the spot where the restoration project is being set up, and its not the “rst time a tortoise has been hit. The new habitat will better protect the tortoises in the area. In Florida, the gopher tortoise is listed as threatened. Both the tortoise and its burrow are protected under state law. Gopher tortoises must be relocated before any land clearing or development takes place, and property owners must obtain permits from the FWC before capturing and relocating tortoises. The newly roped off area will allow vegetation to grow and keep foot traf“c to the beach along designated paths. Thema said vegetation would need a year to grow. For more information, contact the Communications Department for Sarasota County at 941-861-5000.Tortoise habitat opened at Nokomis BeachBy JOSEPH JOHN ORCHULLI IISUN CORRESPONDENT PHOTOS BY JOSEPH JOHN ORCHULLI IILuke Thema, Environmental Specialist for Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources, nishes up a Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project at Nokomis Beach, Thursday, April 5. This gopher tortoise, approximately three feet in diameter, was run over by a vehicle on the road right next to where the new Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project has now been roped o at Nokomis Beach. The project will allow vegetation to grow and establish more burrow areas, food and cover for the threatened species. New signs mark the Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project at Nokomis Beach. This is one of many gopher tortoises that travel the area around Nokomis Beach. The species, considered threatened, is protected by law. Walk this wayŽ „ A directional sign adorns one of many newly installed posts along the walkway, establishing borders to help protect the new Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project at Nokomis Beach. Luke Thema, Environmental Specialist for Sarasota County Parks, Recreation and Natural Resources secures new signs onto one of the many posts he installed Thursday, April 5, for a new Gopher Tortoise Habitat Restoration Project at Nokomis Beach he created to help protect the threatened species. THURSDAY IS FREE APPRAISAL DAYIF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING YOUR UNUSED OR UNWANTED GOLD JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, WATCHES OR OBJECTS DART, SELL IT TO US. WE OFFER A FREE CONSULTATION SERVICE TO HELP YOU DETERMINE WHICH ITEMS ARE OF VALUE. PERHAPS SEVERAL HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS.€ DIGNIFIED PRIVATE CONSULTATION € LOCAL PEOPLE YOU CAN TRUST € HIGHEST PRICES PAID IMMEDIATELYWE BUY OLD FAMILY JEWELRY€ DIAMOND PINS € GOLD WATCHES € PLATINUM JEWELRY € OLD CUT DIAMONDS€ We also provide written appraisals for insurance at reasonable prices.347 W. VENICE AVE € ISLAND OF VENICE488-2720ROLEX WATCHES HIGHEST PRICES PAID € DINNER RINGS € POCKET WATCHES € SILVER OR GOLD BOXES € ANTIQUE JEWELRY € GOLD COINS € CARTIER & TIFFANY JEWELRY € ROLEX WATCHESadno=54529775 adno=54530083 KIRKPLANKitchens&Baths*NOT VALID WITH OTHER OFFERS. ANY OF THE 6 OFFERS WITH PURCHASE OF ANY KIRKPLAN KITCHENS REFACING OR CABINET SYSTEM DIRECT TO YOU FROM KIRKPLAN KITCHENS & BATHSEven without this special youd save hundreds, even thousands by ordering from Kirkplan Kitchens & Baths because theres no middlemen to deal with.50% OFF OUR REGULAR LOW PRICESKirkplan Kitchens & Baths will build your kitchen, bath or refacing system that precisely “ts your taste, needs or budget at 50% less than our usual low list prices.PLUS 6 GREAT OFFERS .*And, if you order now, you can take advantage of our free design, delivery and installation oer. Call for FREE Consultation | 1575 Cattlemen Road | Sarasota, FL 34232341-0143 Ext. 100MON.-FRI. 8-5 CGC1524705 5 YEARS IN A ROW! BEST CABINET COMPANYFOR VOTING US You get ALL these 6 Oers! REFACE OR REPLACETan u arasa Enjoy A No Obligation AT-Home Shopping Experience adno=545299460407 Gary A. DiDonna, EA Tax Service Preparation Professional Reasonable Rates Over 30 Years Experience€ Understanding the New Tax Rules Do you know what they are? € Free Consultation € Free 3 year look backwith your 2017 tax preparationAdvisors Planning Group2520 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275Call today for an appointment!941-412-1199adno=54529125

PAGE 7

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 7A Former mayor Dean Calamaras put it more succinctly than most at Tuesdays Planning Commission hearing on a proposed rental complex in Pinebrook South. Just say no,Ž he said to applause. With a packed Council Chambers of more than 150 residents watching, many wearing dark green T-shirts with the Pinebrook South logo, thats exactly what the Commission did when it unanimously recommended to City Council not to approve the proposal. The vote was 5-0, with two excused absences. The application to rezone the area to allow the construction of seven two-story buildings for rental apartments had difficulties from the start. Two years ago, the neighbors opposed the same project. It was sidelined while the city worked through its Comprehensive Plan. Prospects may have looked brighter for the developer. The Comprehensive Plan (a long range plan for the city that guides development) now includes a new emphasis on mixed use developments, which representatives for the project said “ts the bill in this case. But commissioners didnt see it that way. Residential apartments in an already (single family) residential area wasnt much of a mixed use, some said. More troublesome for commissioners was the idea of placing a rental complex with 43 units into a well established neighborhood. The parcel is located on the edge of the Pinebrook South subdivision with access off Pinebrook Road, next to the Pinebrook Center nursing home, across from Well“eld Park. The rentals would be built next to a half dozen existing homes. Neighbors testi“ed its likely parking will spill over into their neighborhood roads. In an unusual twist, residents urged the Commission to leave the 2.4 acre parcel in question alone. Its actually zoned for nursing homes or care facilities, and the rezone change would allow for residential apartments. Commissioners also struggled with an incomplete record. Missing was a master plan agreement and a site plan drawing that were previously approved. Without those documents, at least two Commissioners expressed reluctance to approve. Im supporting the original PUD (Planned Unit Development zoning designation),Ž said Commissioner and former city council member Kit McKeon. A PUD is a commitment.Ž Im uncomfortable,Ž said Commissioner Janice Fawn. To me it looks incompatible.Ž We would have done better if we had more information on the site plan,Ž said Commissioner Tom Murphy, who also called it incompatible and terribly out of characterŽ with the existing neighborhood. Commissioner Helen Moore scoffed at the notion that 43 units was too dense for the subdivision, as some neighbors had argued during the hearing, when a similar area with the same density already exists elsewhere within the same subdivision. The difference, said Commission Chair Barry Snyder, is those are multi-family condo units, not rentals. The issue from where I sit is not the multi family nature (of this), its the nature of the multi family. Its true we have a lot of multi family dwellings in the PUD, but they are not rental units,Ž Snyder said. Were changing the character of the PUD when we introduce rental apartments in this PUD,Ž he said. I have no doubt the city has rental needs. We approved the S&J project ƒ the bumper (setback) on that is a huge 75 feet. I dont think weve ever gone in on an infill (project) and put apartments in a PUD that wasnt originally supposed to (have them). And that give me the most heartburn.Ž The recommendation to not approve the proposal goes next to the Venice City Council for its consideration. No word on when it will be scheduled.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comPlan board gives rare no to apartmentsBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR The Venice City Council will stake out the citys position Tuesday for continuing negotiations with Sarasota County toward a new parks agreement. A recap of the input staff has received is that the city should propose to take back maintenance of fewer parks, and do it over a longer period of time to ease the annual effect on local tax payers.Ž The county has been operating and maintaining 11 city-owned parks under the current agreement, plus the Venetian Waterway Park, which isnt part of it. It has proposed assuming complete responsibility for Well“eld Park, preferably by getting a deed, and converting it to a regional sports park; and continuing to maintain Venice Beach, Marina Park and Boat Ramp and Brohard Park (including Service Club Park, the pier parking area, the Robert E. Clark Pavilion and parking, Maxine Barritt Park, the Paw Park and South Brohard Park, but not the pier) and the east side of the Venetian Waterway Park as facilities that serve a regional population. The city would then have responsibility for Chuck Reiter Park, Legacy Park, Chauncy Howard Park, Higel Park and Boat Ramp, Hecksher Park, Venice Myakka River Park, the Venice Community Center and the west side of the Venetian Waterway Park. City staff is still gathering information and crunching numbers, but the rough estimateŽ in the recap, which is attached to the meeting agenda, is that the city would need to hire six or seven new full-time employees. That doesnt include the cost of the materials, supplies, equipment and vehicles they would need. And it doesnt include staf“ng the Community Center. The recap outlines this approach for discussion: € The county gets a 99-year lease for the Well“eld and makes capital improvements at its discretion. € The county continues to operate and maintain Chuck Reiter Park for as long as its used by Venice Little League. € The county continues to maintain and operate the water-related parks, as regional facilities. € The county continues to maintain and operate Hecksher Park and the Venice Community Center if a city survey shows they serve a regional population. € The county continues to maintain the Venetian Waterway Park, which the city says it pledged to Venice Area Beauti“cation Inc. to do. The city would take over the local parks, but on an extended timetable rather than as of Oct. 1 of next year: Legacy and Chauncy Howard parks on Oct. 1, 2020; Venice Myakka River Park on Oct. 1, 2021; Hecksher Park, if its determined to be a localŽ park, on Oct. 1, 2022; and the Community Center, with the same condition, on Oct. 1, 2023. Chuck Reiter Park would come back to the city whenever Little League stops using it. The city wants the next agreement to be for 20 years, with an automatic 10-year extension unless its terminated for cause.Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.comCity wants to leave more parks in countys handsBy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITER SP17638 SHOPLOCALTODAY!SAVEGAS, SUPPORTOURLOCALLYOWNEDBUSINESSES adno=54533424 W. GRADY HUIE Attorney At LawHiring an attorney is an important decision that should not be based upon advertisements alone. Before you decide, our free information package, including attorney quali“ cation experience & fees is available upon request. 488-8551143 East Miami Ave. Venice, FL 34285FREE Living Will with every estate plan.Simple Will ..................................................$100 Revocable Living Trust, Single, Non -Taxable ...................................$600 Health Care Surrogate ................................$100 Power of Attorney .......................................$100No additional costs required other than “ ling fees if applicable.adno=54533555 Your recovery after a hospital stay should begin with a knowledgeable, interdisciplinary team that understands your health care goals. Working with state-of-the-art equipment, we have the expertise and experience to treat patients recovering from a variety of conditions, including: Neurological Cardiac Complex Medical Pulmonary Orthopedic CancerManorCare Health Care Services Venice 1450 East Venice Avenue Venice, FL 34292 941.486.8088 manorcare.com/Venice Venice 2017 HCR Healthcare LLC adno=54533497 Florida Dental Implant Center941.484.4004Say Yes To Implant Secured DenturesEAT WHAT YOU WANT PRESERVE JAW BONE & RESTORE CONFIDENCE & BEAUTY Arthur I. Acker, D.M.D. € Nicole R. Lehninger, D.M.D.200 Capri Isles Blvd., Venice, FL € www.FLDentalImplantCenter.com Do You Want To Feel More Condent About Your Smile?Complimentary Comprehensive Examination Absolutely FREE Valued at $375 FREE IMPLANT DISCUSSIONSeptember 20th, 2017 at 4 PMRSVP for you and a friend S Y T I l t S d D t Our Team Working For You April 11th, 2018adno=54533478

PAGE 8

8A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 9A Quality Furniture & Interior Design a d no= 50527198

PAGE 9

10A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION A new plan was approved this week to improve looks, get rid of a few more ”at roofs that have plagued the city, and improve security at the Venice water utilities plant. This plan assumes the Venice City Council will earmark funding for the project at a future date. Plans in 2016 to enhance the facade of four buildings one-by-one fell by the wayside when it was determined not to be an ef“cient renovation plan. It left $2.4 million unspent in the budget. Utilities Director Javier Vargas on Tuesday asked for another $1.3 million to complete the project, because construction companies, during this robust economy, have been upping their prices. The plan is to build around and over the existing building so work can continue while renovations are underway. Structurally, the Northern Italian tiled, tilted roofs will be independent of the buildings, said Chip Swider, of Fawley/ Bryant Architects. New fencing will keep strangers from being able to wander through the campus. Security cameras will be moved, and additional lighting will enhance security, Vargas said. Theres even plans for solar on rooftops, if funding is available. Several of the buildings date back to the 1960s. The buildings are all very old, and the roofs on several of the buildings need to be replaced,Ž Assistant Utilities Director John Monville, told media partner WWSB ABC 7. Six months ago, the city commissioned a study of all city buildings. The goal was to “nd the weak spots and “x them. We found some of the barbed wire is broken not far from some large pipes,Ž Monville said. Thats exactly what the Utilities Department wants to get replaced. We want to make sure its a secured facility, so we dont have people coming in from the outside either on purpose or mistakenly to endanger the citys water supply,Ž Monville said. The buildings will also be getting a hurricane upgrade, including new roofs that will come with strengthened wind resistance. Thatll protect the infrastructure inside in the event we do need to evacuate and shut down production,Ž Monville said. Construction isnt set to start until late this year or early next year. Christopher Brantley, with WWSB ABC 7, contributed to this report.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comVenices water plant gets the treatmentBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITORNew facade, new roofs, better security planned A concept drawing for a renovated administrative building at the City of Venice water treatment plant will better direct customers to a main entrance. RENDERINGS BY FAWLEY/BRYANTRenovated rooftops for the City of Venice water treatment plant are superimposed over four existing buildings in this rendering. The facade renovation will cost $3.7 million. Email: veniceisparadise@hotmail.com € 941.488.1111 € www.veniceISparadise.netRealty of Venice, Inc.101 San Marco Drive, Venice, FL 34285 39 YEARS IN BUSINESS Chestnut Creek Villa! Open plan 2 bedroom 2 bath with Florida room and a water view lanai 55+ community small pet ok MLS#N5917159 $195,000 Your Home! Your Beach! 2000 sq. ft home plus an extra lot facing Gulf of Mexico, o ered below appraisal at... $2,500,000 VENICE BEACH 1780 Lake Place … Villa Nova Shores! Furnished lakefront “ rst ” oor 2 bedroom condo, updated baths, granite kitchen a chefs delight. N5917012 $185,200 Value Packed! Magnolia Park, 1st ” oor 2 bedroom 2 bath with garage, plus heated community pool! MLS#N5916464 $180,000 1619 Jacana Ct … Laurel Landings Estates! Boat, R.V., or jet skis, no problem here in quiet pristine location, 3 bedroom 2&1/2 bath home with pool and much, more, call for details and private showing. MLS#N5915768 $439,900 Englewood … Almost 1/2 acre. This redone, 3/2 Plus Pool home has many mature trees, including oaks in tropical setting. Conveniently located near shopping, beach, bay, and historical Dearborn Street. Detached garage. MLS#N5914141 $230,000 Dublex drastic price reduction, as is sale, needs work and care, Extreme value in large corner lot and multi family zoning,main 3/BD house and e ciency unit are rented on month to month for a total of $2, 000/mo to Venice Flight School, tenants pay utilities and maint. MLS# N5910561 $309.500 VENICE ISLAND ISLAND OF VENICEHere is your 2BD/2BA beautiful 55+ boating community. Newer a/c and comes fully furnished with a large master bedroom and huge living room. Priced under market. MLS#N5914183 $115,000 VENICE ISLAND 800 San Lino Circlo #821 … Gated San Lino! 2/2 plus den, granite kitchen w/stainless appliances, garage, heated pool, owner pets ok MLS#5915906 $252,000. OPEN SUN 1-3 PM OPEN SAT 8-12 12592 RICHEZZA DR. GRAN PARADISO 4 Bedroom, 3 bath Trevi model with many custom upgrades, select corner lot. A true piece of Paradise! MLS#N5913751 $299,000 OPEN SUN 1-3 PM PRICE REDUCED OPEN SUN 1-3 PMadno=54532082 adno=54533646 At Pelican Pointe By Discovery Senior Living SENIOR LIVING! Venics Bes Decisio i Schedul YourFREE LUNCH& TOUR TODAY! Prices, plans and programs are subject to change without notice. AL #10612. Managed and operated by Discovery Senior Living. 2018 Discovery Senior Living. AGPP-0006 3/18.1000 Aston Gardens Drive, Venice, FL 34292 941.244.4635 | AstonGardens.comIndependent Living | Assisted Living | Memory Care € All-inclusive, senior Independent Living € Grande Clubhouse with resort-style amenities € Sensations gourmet dining experience € Celebrations activities, events, & adventures € Dimensions wellness and vitality € Oneand two-bedroom, luxury apartment homes € Financial security with 3-year rent lock guarantee adno=54533491

PAGE 10

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 11A LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF MARIE AGNES PALMER, Deceased File #: 2018 CP 000969 SC Probate Division NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the es tate of MARIE AGNES PALMER, deceased, whose date of death was March 1, 2017 is pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad dressof which is Post Office Box 3079, Sarasota, Florida 34230 The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative's attorney are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM All other creditors of the dece dent and other persons having claims or demands agains t decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 M ONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORID A STATUTES SECTION 733.702 W ILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED The date of first publication of this notice is April 7, 2018 Personal Representative: SCOTT PALMER 2200 Bal Harbour Drive Venice, Florida 34293 Attorney for Personal Representative: MATTHEW RHEINGANS, Esquire Email Addresses: matt@hrlaw1314.com Florida Bar No. 0624608 HALL & RHEINGANS, PLLC 1314 East Venice Ave. Suite E Venice, Florida 34285 Telephone: (941) 412-9000 Publish: April 7, 14, 2018 100437 3567258 NOTICE OFSALE30 N O TI C E O F PUBLI C S ALE: FLAGSHIP TOWING & AUTOMOTIVE gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 04/19/2018, 10:00 am at 1255 US HWY 41 BYPASS S VENICE, FL 34285-5525, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. FLAGSHIP TOWING & AUTOMOTIVE reserves the right to accept or re j ect any and/or all bids. 1GNDX03E23D299645 2003 CHEVROLET Publish: April 7, 2018 123005 3567241 OTHER NOTICES38 TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL NOTICE Call Darlene(941) 207-1220Or Email dwillis@ VeniceGondolier.comfax(941)485-3036 C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s audience meters in approximately 7,000 homes across the 140 markets currently measured by its local TV paper diaries. This was to be the start of Nielsens plan to implement universal electronic television measurement in all 210 local TV markets. The installation of these electronic meters would provide the coverage needed to address the limitations of solely using set-top box data for audience measurement. Today, consumers have endless options to view content, which, in turn, yields an abundance of data. To that end, we are evolving how we measure local TV by incorporating data from cable and satellite set-top boxes into our local TV panels,Ž the spokesperson said. The addition of this data will allow us to provide our clients with consistent electronic measurement that offers more granular audience and market insights.Ž Due to the nature of Nielsens operations, the majority of its workforce includes seasonal employees, with a very small number of them being full-time. Some of the North Venice employees will be transferred to the Sarasota facility in early 2019. Affected associates will have the opportunity to apply for other Nielsen positions for which they qualify, including any openings in Nielsens Sarasota and Oldsmar facilities. Nielsen opened its “rst of“ce in Sarasota County nearly 50 years ago. Sarasota was selected due to its mild climate, ef“cient mail system and cyclical workforce „ people who want to supplement their income or who want a second job. Over the following decades, Nielsen opened several of“ces throughout Sarasota County and at one point employed nearly 800 people. Neilsen opened its “rst Venice facility on the island 45 years ago and as demand grew, expanded to Nokomis 21 years ago and then to what is now deemed North Venice. The Venice facility is scheduled to close in the “rst quarter of 2019, at which time the remaining employees will relocate to the Sarasota of“ce.NIELSENFROM PAGE 1 complaint after he caught Burton on video in 2017 appearing to throw beer cans on his property. Burtons vehicle can be seen pulling up to the victims property, but little else. Ironically, it was Burtons middle “nger that was his downfall. A deputy had one of the beer cans that was tossed on the victims lawn tested for latent prints. They found a print for Burtons left hand middle “nger. Charges of repeat violence in Sarasota County by Burton against numerous residents and neighbors in South Venice, date back to 2010. A domestic battery charge was abandoned in 2002. Finally, in 2017 the state “led its own charge against Burton for stalking, based on the Tchorbadjiev complaint, which was closed out, along with a few others. Burton made the plea deal of disorderly conduct „ a second degree misdemeanor „ just weeks before his case was scheduled to go before a jury. The state originally charged Burton with stalking or harassing another person and his family. The judge ordered Burton be placed on six months probation, attend a one-day anger management class, and 50 hours of public service work. He was also ordered to pay court costs, costs of prosecution, and the cost related to the public defender who represented him. Probation automatically terminates upon completion of all conditions. Restraint orders remain in place for two victims, and Burton remains trespassed from Hecksher Park tennis courts in Venice.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comCOURTFROM PAGE 1 Trusting the dogs, Schultz climbed up on the hay bales and looked down between bales. He saw two little feet. The girl had fallen head “rst into the hay and was unconscious. Had they not trusted the dogs, the little girl likely would not have survived, Cometa said. Had the dog been able to go to the child, it would not have bit her as a German Shepherd might but it would have stayed right next to the child, protecting it until its handler arrived, Cometa said. As for the dogs training in the area this weekend, the preliminary schedule has them going to the Celery Fields in Sarasota, scenario-based classes at Sun n Fun RV resort, classroom exercises, a training event at a housing development in Venice, a program in an Alzheimers unit at Heron Club at Prestancia and a wrap-up event on the “nal day. None of these programs will be open to the public. The parent organization is led by Duke Snodgrass, who has been involved with bloodhounds since 1978. Considered an expert in the “eld, he regularly consults with many law enforcement organizations, including the K-9 Evidence Response Unit of the FBI. The all-volunteer group breeds, raises and trains bloodhounds strictly for search and rescue operations, Wilson said. Puppies stay with the breeders for 8 weeks. Those people pay for everything needed for their care, including trips to the veterinarian. The next step is intensive training with volunteers who also take on all the costs involved. Not only do they never sell any of the dogs they breed and train, those involved use their own money for food, vet bills and any other costs, defraying some of the costs by yard sales and from donations. Since its founding in 2001, the organization has placed more than 240 trained bloodhounds with law enforcement departments in the U.S. and Europe.Email: kcool@venicegondolier.comDOGSFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO PROVIDED BY CHETTA COMETAA toddler plants a kiss on this bloodhound.Air-1 was called out again during the Academy presentation for a suspect who ”ed from a traf“c stop. Lucky for Academy participants, the Mounted Patrol Unit was also at Knights Trail Park to show off their barn. They talked about training and special events the horses take part in, and allowed students to meet our beautiful horses,Ž Perez said. Despite some excitement with Air-1 getting called out two times during class, it was an awesome evening.ŽEmail: ggiles@venicegondolier.comBIKERFROM PAGE 1 Visit your local blood center today and donate blood. HAVE YOU SAVED A LIFE TODAY?adno=54535026VACC NEW MEMBERS FOR APRIL 2018Atlas Building Company of Florida, LLC Andy Stultz 1717 2nd Street, Suite C Sarasota FL 34236 Phone: (941) 315-9292 E-Mail: astultz@atlasbuilds” .com Web Address: www.atlasbuilds” orida.com CONSTRUCTION COMPANIES-GENERAL CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL/GENERAL CONTRACTOR Bucket List Buster Dream Vacations Peg Mellen Phone: (410) 753-4990 E-Mail: pmellen@dreamvacations.com Web Address: www.BucketListBuster.com TRAVEL AGENCIES FULL SERVICE TRAVEL AGENCY IN SARASOTA COUNTY Catalyst Group ECR Lori Moen Phone: (612) 759-1000 E-Mail: lori@catalystecr.com Web Address: www.catalystecr.com BUSINESS CONSULTING SERVICES CHALLENGING BUSINESS OWNERS TO WORK ON THEIR BUSINESSES Catherine Gemma Law 244 S. Tamiami Trail Venice, FL 34285 Phone: (941) 882-4464 Email: cg@catherinegemmalaw.com Web Address: www/catherinegemmalaw.com ATTORNEYS BOARD CERTIFIED PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEY Cedar Reef Fish Camp (Bypass) Dean R Donnelly 775 Highway 41 Bypass Venice FL 34285 Phone: (941) 244-2249 E-Mail: cedarreef@cedarreef.com Web Address: www.cedarreef.com RESTAURANTS OYSTERS SEAFOOD FRESH FISH CRAFT BEER WINE HOMEMADE Cloud 9 Yoga and Personal Training Bronya Raisley 251 Center Court Venice FL 34285 Phone: (941) 400-4616 E-Mail: bronya@cloud9venice.com Web Address: www.cloud9venice.com FITNESS ALL LEVELS YOGA & PERSONAL TRAINING INFRARED HEAT VINYASA Forever Living Amy Beckmann Phone: (941) 270-8439 E-Mail: amybeckmann@FLP.com WELLNESS ALOE VERA & BEE PRODUCTS ALL NATURAL ORGANIC GLUTEN-FREE USA Insight Enterprises, Inc. MK Mueller Phone: (828) 242-9033 E-Mail: info@8togreat.com Web Address: www.8togreat.com AUTHORS REACH YOUR IDEAL WEIGHT WHILE FALLING IN LOVE WITH YOURSELF & LIFE AGAIN Metro Diner Rich Johnson 2053 South Tamiami Trail Venice FL 34293 Phone: (941) 451-2832 E-Mail: venice@metrodiner.com Web Address: www.metrodiner.com RESTAURANTS SERVING DINER FAVORITES FOR BREAKFAST, LUNCH, AND DINNER Revolutionary Martial Arts & Fitness Buck Buckmaster 2141 S Tamiami Trail Venice FL 34293 Phone: (941) 525-3389 E-Mail: RevolutionaryMartialArts@yahoo.com Web Address: www. RevolutionaryMartialArtsFitness. MARTIAL ARTS MARTIAL ARTS FITNESS TAI CHI PERSONAL TRAINER Shipps Contracting, Inc. Jonathan Shipps Phone: (941) 270-0892 E-Mail: js@shippscontractinginc.com Web Address: www.shippscontractinginc.com EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS GRADING TRUCKING MATERIAL DRAINAGE CLEARING EXCAVATING Sunsational Cleaning LLC Frank Brach Phone: (941) 925-7940 E-Mail: drfbrach@gmail.com CLEANING SERVICES CLEANING OF PROFESSIONAL OFFICES & SEASONAL PROPERTIES Venice Chiropractic Center Dr. Dennis E Rhodes DC 420 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice FL 34285 Phone: (941) 488-7442 Fax: (941) 488-7444 E-Mail: venicehealth@gmail.com Web Address: www.venicehealthinstitute.com PHYSICIANS-CHIROPRACTIC D.C. CHIROPRACTIC MASSAGE Venice Flooring Solutions Jeannie Anderson 783 US Hwy 41 Bypass South Venice FL 34285 Phone: (941) 882-4952 E-Mail: jeannie@venice” ooringsolutions.comWeb Address: www.venice” ooringsolutions.comFLOOR COVERINGS & INSTALLATION TILE CARPET LAMINATE VINYL PLANK TRAVERTINE REPAIRS Venice Newcomers Club, Inc Phone: (513) 673-0586 Web Address: www.venice-newcomers.org ASSOCIATE MEMBERS CLUBS & ORGANIZATIONS World Global Network Linda Meeks Phone: (317) 709-2470 E-Mail: lindam220@comcast.net Web Address: www.gmeeks.helo.life WELLNESS CLASS 1 MEDICAL BIOZENE REDUCES HARMFUL MOBILE RADIATIONThe Venice Area Chamber of Commerce promotes business growth and success. We are the front door to the community! Annually 20,000 people visit the Chamber. We look forward to being a partner in helping you pr omote your business in the Venice area.Do Business with a Chamber Member: IN PARTNERSHIP WITH www.venicechamber.com Join Today! Call (941) 488-2236

PAGE 11

12A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION SPORTSCONTACT US SCOTT LOCKWOOD SPORTS EDITOR 941-207-1107 slockwood@sun-herald.com SUN NEWSPAPERS HIGH SCHOOL LACROSSE HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALLWhen the inaugural Venice High School boys lacrosse season got underway in February, the team had a few simple goals in mind „ namely learning the game and picking up some wins along the way. The Indians can say theyve accomplished both this spring, and they closed the book on their opening season with a thrilling 4-2 win over Sarasota Military Academy on Friday night under the lights at Powell-Davis Stadium. The goalkeepers were the story of the “rst half, with Venices Riley Garner and SMAs Ethan Snowman making several spectacular saves in the opening „ and scoreless … half. Venice changed that right away with a goal by Chris Nevins just seconds into the third quarter. I think the difference was that were deep. We have 30 kids on the team and as a lacrosse game progresses, kids get tired no matter how good of shape theyre in,Ž Venice head coach Jamie Carver said. I think we had some guys play well down the stretch, and Im really proud of them.Ž Daniel Houston came out of a scrum in front of the net and beat Snowman for a goal late in the third quarter. Both teams would score in the “nal 40 seconds of the frame, with Kyle Wiegand getting the Eagles on the board and Donovan Milano scoring for the Indians just before the whistle. SMA drew within a goal when Miles Fisher scored with 52 seconds left in the game. Thats when Christian Maciaszek took the ball about 20 yards from the net, raced down the left sideline, beat a defender and fired a shot by Snowman that landed in the back of the net to seal the win for Venice. I knew I wasnt going to lose the ball with that super power cradle I had going on,Ž Maciaszek said. Ethan (Snowman) and I have been friends for a long time, and I said I was going to score on him ... and I did.Ž Ive coached a lot of those kids at the recreational level for a long time and one thing you can say about SMA kids is that theyre never going to give up,Ž Carver said. Theyre a very wellcoached group of kids and they play with a high level of sportsmanship. Weve come a really long way in a short time, and were really happy these kids have had a good time and gotten better. Weve had a great “rst season.Ž Maciaszek, who like many of his teammates was a rookie player with no experience heading into the season, echoed his coachs sentiments. This is awesome,Ž he said. With us being a “rst-year team, its great getting a couple of wins on the board. This was my “rst year playing lacrosse, and its been a great learning experience. Its been great growing as a young man and “nding our way as we went along.ŽEmail: slockwood@venicegondolier.comIn their “rst season of play, Venice Indians boys volleyball coach Brian Wheatley stressed lessons that will help his team and program grow. Wheatley and his coaching staff emphasized execution, preparation, consistency, and determination throughout practices and games. In this weeks home match versus the Foundation Academy Panthers from Tampa, the Indians dominated from start to “nish in a 25-13, 25-8, 25-3 sweep. Being new at this, were not always sure what kind of team will show up,Ž Wheatley said. That doesnt change what were doing and what we can control. We still expect our team to play hard, to pass well, and to run the plays called with precision.Ž The Panthers only brought six players and were overmatched by the Indians size at the net. In the “rst set, Alec LaMaida and Caleb Kweckel took advantage of the Panthers defense, pounding the opposition with kills they couldnt handle. Some Venice errors allowed the Panthers to hang around early before Venice found their rhythm and steam rolled to a 25-13 win. In the second set, Wheatley substituted freely and got his reserves involved. Some Venice errors kept the Panthers in the set as the teams traded points early. With the score tied at six, a kill by Randy Sattig started an onslaught as the Indians outscored the Panthers 19-2 the rest of the way to take the second set, 25-8. Experience and court awareness are still things that we need to learn,Ž Wheatley said. We were able to get more players involved and in the game and that will help as we move forward.Ž The Indians scored the “rst 13 points of the third set on their way to a 25-3 victory to complete the sweep. When you have an Venice holds off SMA in lacrosse finaleIndians sweep Foundation AcademyBy SCOTT LOCKWOODSPORTS EDITORBy NATE COWANSUN CORRESPONDENT Nathaniel Cummings passes the ball to the front line. PHOTOS BY STEPHEN McKAYThe Indians Jack DeBernardo slaps the ball to an open piece of court during this weeks game against Foundation Academy. Randy Sattig res a kill through the Foundation Academy defense in this weeks matchup. Stephen Kwekel passes the ball up from the back line during this weeks match against Foundation Academy. Luke Wheatley receives a hard serve against Foundation Academy. PHOTOS BY JUSTIN FENNELLVenices Dylan Randall (right) and Donovan Milano (left) put a double team on SMAs Miles Fischer during Friday nights game. Venices RJ Egan looks for an open teammate during Friday nights game against Sarasota Military Academy. Daniel Houston makes a few warmup tosses along the sideline during Friday nights game against Sarasota Military Academy. Houston had a goal in a 4-2 win by the Indians. Sarasota Military Academy goalkeeper Ethan Snowman (center) ghts o a Venice attack during Friday nights game. opponent that youre supposed to dominate, you have to dominate,Ž Wheatley said. We cant go through the motions and just show up and win. The steps taken to win and execution have to be the same.Ž The Indians are back at home on Thursday, April 12 when they take on DeBartolo High School from Tampa.

PAGE 12

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 13A The Venice High School girls tennis team won both of their matches this week, including a 5-2 win over previously undefeated Ft. Myers in a district match at Courtside Tennis Club in Venice. Venice opened the week with a 7-0 sweep of Naples. In singles, Jia Johnson (V) def. Sydney Zerbe 6-0, 6-0; Emily Kacprzak (V) def. Natasha Becker 6-0, 6-1; Laura Kulcsar (V) def. Grace Avalone 6-0, 6-0; Nikki Kulcsar (V) def. Julia Theobald 6-1, 6-0; and Alexa Moghina (V) def. Kat Regala 6-1, 6-0. In doubles, Johnson/ Kacprzak (V) def. Zerbe/ Becker 8-0; and Kulcsar/ Kulcsar (V) def. Avalone/ Theobald 8-0. At Courtside, Venice won three of the singles matches and both doubles matchups on their way to the victory over Ft. Myers. In singles, Jia Johnson (V) def. Shani Idlette 2-6, 6-3, 10-7; Ava Lyon (FM) def. Emily Kacprzak 6-3, 6-3; Reina Plancher (FM) def. Laura Kulcsar 6-2, 6-4; Nikki Kulcsar (V) def. Gabriella Mazzorana 6-3, 6-4; and Alexa Moghina (V) def. Alexandra Dorafeev 6-1, 7-6 (7-5). In doubles, Johnson/ Kacprzak (V) def. Idlette/Lyon 4-6, 7-5, 107; and Kulcsar/Kulcsar (V) def. Plancher/ Mazzorana 6-4, 6-4. Venice is now 13-2 on the season. Also this week, Venices boys team fell 4-3 to Naples. In singles, Michael Moll (N) def. Jaden Wiesinger 6-0, 6-4; Justin Braverman (N) def. Ryan Rajakar 6-2, 6-4; Ryan Sherwood (V) def. Mason Anderson 6-2, 6-0; Garnel Guerner (N) def. Stephen Ryan 6-1, 6-0; and Mason Lai (V) def. Alex RicheyKlein 6-4, 6-3. In doubles, Moll/ Braverman (N) def. Wiesinger/Sherwood 6-4, 6-2; and Rajakar/ Ryan (V) def. Anderson/ Guerner 6-2, 6-0. The Indians went on to take a 5-2 victory over Ft. Myers at Courtside. In singles, Ryan Rajakar (V) def. Chris Couch 6-2, 7-5; Ryan Sherwood (V) def. Christian Spencer 6-3, 6-1; Stephen Ryan (V) def. Alexander Mazzorana 6-3, 6-1; Mason Lai (V) def. Jack Spencer 6-2, 6-1; Trey Rager (FM) def. Donovan Harrison 6-4, 6-3. In doubles, Couch/ Spencer (FM) def. Rajakar/Sherwood 6-4, 7-6 (7-4); and Ryan/Lai (V) def. Spencer/Rohan Shevoy 6-2, 6-1. The Indians improved to 13-2 on the season. Both teams return to action with a match against Riverview on Tuesday at Venice High School.VHS girls knock off unbeaten Ft. MyersSTAFF REPORT PHOTOS BY STEPHEN MCKAYThe Venice High School tennis teams celebrated their senior day this week with a match at Courtside Tennis Club. Nikki Kulcsar of Venice was kept on the run during this point. The Indians Ryan Rajakar comes to the net to take on a return. The 2017 Class 8A state champion Venice High School volleyball team received their championship rings in a ceremony held this week inside The Teepee. Players from the previous four state title winning teams from Venice were on hand to present the rings to the current champions. These included Nickie Halbert (2005) Natalie Gaudreau (2005), Koree Ream (2014), Gen Beaumier (2014), Courtney Francese (1998), Katrina Rico (1998), and Shannon Ryan (1998). A large photo of the championship team that will hang in Championship Hall was also unveiled during the ceremony. That photo will join giant team photos of all of Venices state championship teams, which include volleyball (1998, 2005, 2012, 2014), baseball (2007, 2012, 2013, 2015) and football (2000, 2017).VHS volleyball celebrates title with bling PHOTO BY SCOTT LOCKWOODA closer look at the rings presented to the state champion Venice High School volleyball team during a ceremony at The Teepee. PHOTO BY SCOTT LOCKWOODVenice High School volleyball players show o their new state championship rings after this weeks ceremony honoring the programs fth state championship. PHOTO BY STEPHEN MCKAYVenice volleyball players get their rst look at the giant team photo of their state champion team that will hang in Championship Hall at Venice High School. PHOTO BY STEPHEN McKAYThe 2017 state champions pose with some champions of the past. Past are from left: Nickie Halbert 05, Natalie Gaudreau 05, Koree Ream 14, Gen Beaumier 14, Courtney Francese 98, Katrina Rico 98, Shannon Ryan 98. COURSES COURSESTo place your ad here, call 941-429-3110adno=719409 Executive Golf CourseWalk 9 holes for $12.00 863-993-2221 or 941-764-670012865 SW Hwy. 17, Arcadia Located near Wal-Mart Dist. Center 2100 KINGS HIGHWAY PORT CHARLOT TE, FL 33980941-629-1666A Resident owned Community€ PAR 62 EXECUTIVE COURSE € A FUN GOLF EXPERIENCE € ALWAYS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION € MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE PORT CHARLOTTE GOLF CLUB22400 Gleneagle Ter. Pt. Charlotte941-625-4109www.portcharlottegc.com The Palms697-8118The Links697-8877The Hills697-2414Long Marsh698-0918Seminole Lakes Country ClubBest Value in S.W. Florida1/2 mile south of Burnt Store Rd. on US 41 in Punta Gorda941-639-5440 www.seminolelakes.net Open to the Public 9 Holes Par 35 Open To The PublicPlay 9 Anytime 888-663-2420www.sunnybreezegolf.net TWIN ISLES CC Championship Golf CourseUnder Age 60 Membership $160 Mo. Accepting Non Member Play While We Fill Our RosterGolf, Seasonal, Tennis & Social Memberships301 Madrid Blvd., Punta Gorda 941-637-1232 ext. 422 € www.twinislescc.org Kingsway Country ClubPure Championship Golf(941)-625-8898www.kingswaycountryclub.com 1-mi. East I-75 exit 170 Kings Hwy 5301 HERON CREEK BLVD., NORTH PORT Between US 41 & I-75 Exit 182423-6955 € www.heroncreekgcc.com NEW TIFEAGLE GREENS PREMIER PRACTICE FACILITYCall 625-6911 for Tee Times & Lessons Nice People, Great GolfŽTake a tour online at: DeepCreekGolf.com Call For Tee Times 941-429-0500 1350 Bobcat Trail, North Port www.bobcattrailgc.com Under New ManagementOpen 7AM to 5PM (7days) AM 18 holes w/cart-$35-PM-$30(941)637-6191 For Tee Times 29201 S. Jones Loop Rd. € Punta Gorda

PAGE 13

14A SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION www.furnwarehouse.com *Offer applies to only single-receipt qualifying purchases. No interest will be charged on promo purchase and equal monthly pay ments are required equal to initial promo purchase amount divided equally by the number of months in promo period until promo is paid in full. The equal monthly payment will be rounded to the next highest whole dollar and may be higher than the mi nimum payment that would be required it the purchase was a non-promotional purchase. Regular account terms apply to non-promotional purchases. For new accounts: Purchase APR is 29.99%; Minimum Interest Charge is $2. Existing cardholders should see their credit card agreement for their applicable terms. Subject to credit approval. Terms of promotions Previous purchase excluded, cannot be combined with any other promotion or discount. Discount offers exclude Hot Buys, ”oor models or cl earance items, sales tax, furniture protection plans, warranty, delivery, or service charge. www.furnwarehouse.comPT CHARLOTTE1241 El Jobean Rd. S.R. 776 across from Sams Club941-764-8700Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6VENICE550 S. Seaboard Ave. Just North of Venice Nissan on U.S. 41 Bypass941-485-3211Weekdays 9-6 Sat. 9-6 Sun. 11-6SARASOTA4027 N. Washington (US 301) 1 Mile South of University on US 301941-351-8600Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6BRADENTON1100 West Cortez Rd. Northeast Corner of Cortez Rd & 41941-749-6069Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6ELLENTON5814 18th St East Across from the Ellenton Outlet Mall941-479-7900Mon.-Sat. 9-9 Sun. 11-6 On Purchases $300 or more with Furniture Warehouse credit card made between April 7, 2018 and April 6, 2019. Interest will be c harged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional purchase is not paid in full within 12 months, by April 2019. Minimum Monthly Payments require d.NO INTEREST UNTIL APRIL 2019.* SAME DAY PICK UP OR NEXT DAY DELIVERY!FINAL DAYS! SAT & SUN ONLY! DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE BIG!SPEND AND SAVE!!! COME BUY & SAVE BIG! $50 OFFany Purchase over $499$100 OFFany Purchase over $999$200 OFFany Purchase over $1999$300 OFFany Purchase over $2999$400 OFFany Purchase over $3999$500 OFFany Purchase over $4999 SPECIAL PURCHASEBeautiful Style With Unquestionable Value!This bedroom features dresser, mirror, queen headboard footboard. And get the matching night stand FREE!$599Bedroom SPECIAL PURCHASEStunning Coastal Cottage Retreat BedroomStylish detailing. Includes dresser, mirror, queen headboard, footboard & rails night stand FREE!$799Bedroom SPECIAL PURCHASEBeautiful Combination Of Wood Dining SetThis beautiful dining set is a combination of wood and metal! The set includes the table, 2 upholstered chairs and the matching bench.$499 SPECIAL PURCHASEWhite Accent Pieces$59$69$99 SERTA SPECIAL PURCHASE Queen Serta Perfect SleeperThis Serta Perfect Sleeper Queen Set is one of our best sellers! Also available in Twin, Full and King size.$399QueenBeautiful EspressoFinish Dining SetThis dining set has a sleek design and a rich espresso nish, so it will t perfectly with any decor in your home.$299 5-pc SPECIAL PURCHASE$399 7-pcYour Choice SPECIAL PURCHASE FAMOUS MAKER SIMMONS BEAUTYREST SOFAHighlighted by its rolled arms, this transitional piece features seat and back cushions that provide extended comfort. Special features include Beautyrest pocketed coil seating, reversible seat cushions and coordinating pillows. $499Your Choice SPECIAL PURCHASEYour ChoiceAccent Chest$199 Famous Maker Simmons UpholsteryThis stunning new group is styled with unbelievable seating comfort. Love seat and sleeper available. In stock and ready to go!$399 Sofa SPECIAL PURCHASE$399 Your Choice Of Florida Style SofaYou can not nd a better deal! SPECIAL PURCHASE SPECIAL PURCHASE adno=54528448

PAGE 14

VENUE 3B OPINION 7B RELIGION 8BWEEKEND EDITION APRIL 7, 2018 CONTACT US KIM COOL FEATURES EDITOR 941-207-1000 kcool@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSOUR TOWN The National League of American Pen Women awarded more than $8,000 to high school seniors from Manatee and Sarasota counties for accomplishments in writing, visual arts and music during the organizations March luncheon at the Bird Key Yacht Club. The purpose of the annual program is to provide an incentive to creative young people to further develop their artistic talents. The winning art pieces were displayed, essays were read and music was performed for all in attendance at the luncheon. In the area of writing, the Dr. Sylvia Anderson Price Writing Award was presented to Katherine Diaz (Manatee School for the Arts). The Duvall Family Studies Award was presented to Meredith Ellis (Venice High School). Rebekah Golden (Sarasota High School) earned First place, Abigail Hamm (Palmetto High School) Second place and Third place was awarded to Taylor King (Pine View High School). Gabriella Maulfair (Sarasota High School) received The Betty Altman Special Art Award of Excellence. Betty Altman Special Awards were presented to Christine Childs (Semper Excelsius-Home School), Shannon Justine Hamby Frye (Riverview High School), Adriana Morillo (Booker High School) and Kim Sasson (Sarasota High School. First Place in music was awarded to Samantha Copeland from Manatee High School and Second Place to James A. Boorman (Booker High School). The David Altman Foundation, Dr. Sylvia A. Price, the Duvall Family Studies Initiative, Publix Supermarkets, WastePro USA, Inc, ABC Books 4 Children and Adults, Inc. and the members of the NLAPW-Sarasota Branch sponsored the awards. The National League of Pen Women honor young writersBy BARBARA JENDRYSIKGUEST WRITER PHOTO PROVIDED From left, Audre Marans (Art Chair), with art winners Christine Childs, Shannon Frye, Polly Curran (photographer), Adriana Mori llo, Barbara Jendrysik (Awards Chair), Gabriella Maulfair, Kim Sasson and Toni and Gene Altman of the David Altman Foundation. PHOTO BY POLLY CURAN From left, Dr. Jane Roberts of the Duvall Family Studies Initiative; Meredith Ellis, recipient of the Duvall Award; Amy Elder, Letters Chair and President Brenda Spalding, NLAPW-Sarasota. WRITERS | 2Laurel Civic Association is welcoming Venice Nokomis Community Preschool Inc. into the Laurel Community with a Big Celebration.Ž Billed as a fun family event, the festivities will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 14, at the Sandra Sims Terry Community Center, 509 Collins Road, Laurel. The event is open to the public and will include live music by PhilHarmonica & Tracy Ts Traveling Side Show. There will be food, a silent auction, games and prizes for all. Preschool enrollment information will be available for the coming year. The Venice Nokomis Community Preschool (formerly Venice Nokomis United Methodist Child Care Center), directed by Barbara Zier, was recently forced to “nd a new home for its preschool program of 34 years. Their new home is at Johnson Chapel Missionary Baptist Church on Church Street in Laurel, where Rev. Dr. Willie Beckom offered the preschool the needed space to set up preschool classrooms and a playground. The church congregation recently celebrated its 93rd anniversary. The neighbors have been supportive of the preschool. Preschool families are so glad to be able to continue to have their children enrolled in a high quality program with a long history in the Nokomis area. The move included an extensive re-zoning process, new septic system, fencing and buffer of plants for the playground, setting up and furnishing classrooms to meet DCF regulations and more. Volunteers played a big part in meeting deadlines and keeping costs down. There are still expenses like shade for the playground and more playground equipment. Funds raised through the events silent auction will help to meet these expenses. Some of the supporters include: Boone Law Firm, National Christian Foundation, Bills Carpentry Inc., Venice Celebrate collaborationBy BARBARA ZIERGUEST WRITER PHOTO PROVIDEDVolunteers helped prepare the new playground area by planting new trees and shrubs for the Venice Nokomis Community Preschool, Inc. CELEBRATE | 2When Debbie Jones lost her companion, Jim, in 2014, she not only lost the best thing that ever happened to me,Ž she said, she lost a roof over her head and that of her disabled son, Ben, 28. Jim had told her often, she said, and even put it in his will, that if anything ever happened to him they could live in that house as long as necessary until they could “nd something else. So when Jim died, the previously divorced single parent of Ben and his 35-year-old sister, Laura, who is also disabled and lives in a group home, was challenged with “nding a new home. Her search put her on the path to “nding Habitat for Humanity. Debbie hails from the Chicago, Illinois area, having lived in Venice since 2010. She was a frequent visitor for many years prior to moving here when her parents and two brothers lived in the area, and they are since deceased. Debbie works at Publix in Nokomis, and one day, while discussing her housing dilemma, a co-worker suggested she apply with Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County (HHSSC). The co-worker knew about the program because she had a Habitat home. I applied, and, wow, I got accepted,Ž Debbie exclaimed in sheer delight. Debbies home „ Habitats 25th anniversary home „ was built with funds raised at HHSSCs January 2017 Framing For The Future event, which attracted a lot of donors and raised a whopping $160,000, according to Dee Danmeyer, HHSSC executive director. Many of those donors attended the dedication of Debbies new home in South Venice on March 23, “lling up the front lawn, as cars were parked all along both sides of the street in front of her new home and extended around the corner to the side street. Also in attendance were Mayor John Holic and City Councilman Charles Newsom and his wife, Betty; Habitat Habitat home ownership creates foundation of loveAUDREY BLACKWELL SUN PHOTO BY AUDREY BLACKWELLDebbie Jones, with her son, Benjamin, celebrates her new Habitat for Humanity home in South Venice at a dedication event held March 23.HABITAT | 4 CORRECTION: Jazz Concert venue incorrect in Wednesdays Our Town The Gypsy Jazz Hot Club if SRQ will perform in concert at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Venice Art Center, 390 S. Nokomis Ave., not at the venue mentioned in Wednesdays Our Town. For tickets, call the Art Center at 941-485-7136 or visit: SouthCountyJazz.org 22 S. Venice Blvd. € Venice, FL 34293 941-451-8801 € gibsonsautocare.com Quality Service at an Affordable Price! HOURS: Monday Friday 8 am 5 pmadno=54533767

PAGE 15

2B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION American Pen Women (NLAPW) is a nationwide organization of professional writers, artists and musicians founded in 1897. Its headquarters is in Washington, D.C. Sarasota area members who chaired the event included Barbara Jendrysik (Awards & Art), Audre Marans (Art), Amy Elder and Dr. Sylvia Price (Letters) and Dr. Alice Moerk (Music). For more information on the organization and its upcoming events visit: SarasotaPenWomen. comWRITERSFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO BY POLLY CURAN From left, Dr. Sylvia A. Price (Letters Chair), with Letters and Music winners Katherine Diaz, Meredith Ellis, Rebekah Golden, Lillian Tripp (for Abigail Hamm), Taylor King, Amy Elder (Letters Chair), Samantha Copeland, James A. Boorman, and Dr. Alice Moerk (Music Chair). Electric, Babes Plumbing, M & W Supply, Greeners Landscaping, Simply Trees, AJAX Paving and many others, including Sandra Terry of the Laurel Civic Association, who played a critical role on the search committee and continues to collaborate with the preschool to ensure its success. For more information contact: bzier@ vncpreschool.org, 941484-4415, laurelcivic@ aol.com, 941-483-3338.CELEBRATEFROM PAGE 1 PHOTOS PROVIDEDRev. Fr. Willie Beckom, left, pastor of Johnson Chapel Baptist Church with Barbara Zier, director of Venice Nokomis Community Preschool, Inc. make plans for the April 14 open house. Sandra Terry of the Laurel Civic Association, played a vital role in helping the Venice Nokomis Community Preschool to nd a new home. Blue Ties Benefit Blue Ties & Butterflies, a fundraiser to benefit Child Protection Center, will be Wednesday, April 18, 6-9 p.m., at Michaels On East, Sarasota. Live auction items include a Turks & Caicos getaway for four couples, original artwork by Clara Villanueva, and a Bahamas getaway. Tickets are $200 each, available at: Bidpal. net/BlueTies2018.Whiskey Obsession FestThe Sixth Annual Whiskey Obsession Festival will be April 11-14 in Sarasota and will benefit the Child Protection Center. There will be classes, tastings, lunch and dinner pairings, bartender academy, panel discussions, cigars, VIP pours, a grand tasting with hundreds of whiskies, plus a free live street party. Partners are Brick Smoked Meats, Cask & Ale, Aloft Sarasota, Louies Modern, Mattisons, Sarasota Whiskey Society, and Gator Club. For tickets and details, call Turner Moore, 941-400-9889 or visit: WhiskeyObsession Festival.com. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS For more information, visit smhspeaks.com/spine Sound like a foreign language? Not to us. We speak spine repair. In fact, Sarasota Memorial is a regional leader in this highly specialized area of medicine. Our experienced spine surgeons are uent in diagnosing and treating complex conditions of the spine, including degenerative spondylolisthesis (spon-de-lo-lis-thee-sisŽ). We speak spine repair and that translates to the most advanced care and better outcomes for our patients.We speak spine repair Degenerative Spondylolisthesis adno=54533432 adno=54533698 2006-2017 adno=54529349 20% OFFAll Plants 3 Gal. & UpOne Coupon Per TransactionMUST PRESENT COUPON AT TIME OF SALE.EXCLUDING SALE ITEMS, LANDSCAPE PACKAGES, TROPICAL FRUIT, CITRUS, SPECIALTY ITEMS AND BOUGAINVILLEASThank You Englewood For Voting Us #1 Plants! DEBIT CARDMON.-SAT. 7:30-5:00; CLOSED SUNDAYSR # 47220933 Happy St. Patricks Day!Free landscaping estimate850 N. Indiana, Hwy. 776, Englewoodwww.OakFarmsNursery.com474-8626 COMPARE OUR PRICES & SAVE20% OF F CUT ME OUT

PAGE 16

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 3B VENUE EVENTS TODAY 1927 Train Depot, Free tours of 1927 Train Depot. 303 E. Venice Ave., Venice. M-W-F, 10-3, Sat. 10-1. For more info 941-412-0151. Venices Inhabitants, New exhibit: Cultural Heritage of Land on the Gulf. Venice Museum & Archives, 351 Nassau; 486-2487 Free 11a-3p Ballroom Classes, Every Wednesday thru May 9th 6:30 Advance 7:30 Beginner/Intermediate Venice Community Center for info call 941-496-9692 Intro to Tai Chi, Fall Prevention and Better Balance.200 N Tamiami Trail, Venice, FL 34285 on Venice Island, 860-377-5945 Sunday 1st Dead Sea Scrolls, Sun. 9-10am, UU Cong. of Venice, 1971 Pinebrook. Discovery of the scrolls. Free childcare. 941-587-2981 MONDAY 1927 Train Depot, Free tours of 1927 Train Depot. 303 E. Venice Ave., Venice. M-W-F, 10-3, Sat. 10-1. For more info 941-412-0151. AARP Free Tax Help, Low-mid income-any age. Jac. Lib. 4143 Woodmere Pk Blvd 10-4. Need ID, SS Card, 2016 return, 2017 income & deductions Featured Exhibit, Venices Inhabitants-Cultural Heritage of Land on the Gulf. Venice Museum & Archives, 351 Nassau St;486-2487. Free Zumba w/MaryLynn, 10amMon@200 Tamiami Tr N 34285(FredAstaireStudio)MaryLynn 685-8445 or mlszerbin@aol.com Zumba,Yoga,BodySculpt Yoga w/MaryLynn, 11:15am&5pmMon@200 Tamiami Tr N 34285(FredAstaireStudio)MaryLynn 685-8445 or mlszerbin@aol.com Zumba,Yoga,BodySculpt Zumba w/MaryLynn, 11:15am&5pmMon@200 Tamiami Tr N 34285(FredAstaireStudio)MaryLynn 685-8445 or mlszerbin@aol.com Zumba,Yoga,BodySculpt S. Ven. Garden Club, S. Ven. Garden Club, April 9, 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM, Woodmere Park, Rm. C, 814-758-1455, No Fee DRUGS FAMILY SUPPORT, SAFE family support for alcohol & drugs. Mondays 6-7:30P Christ UMC, 1475 Center Rd, Venice. Free. 941-493-7504. Bodysculpt w/Ann, 6:15pmMon@200 Tamiami Tr N 34285(FredAstaireStudio)MaryLynn 685-8445 or mlszerbin@aol.com Zumba,Yoga,BodySculpt TUESDAY Venice Toastmasters, You can be a charismatic leader. Free try. Toastmasters 597 S Tamiami Tr 610-274-0259 AARP Free Tax Help, Low-mid income-any age. Woodmere Pk, 3951 Woodmere Pk Blvd, 9-1, Need ID, SS Card, 2016 return, 2017 income & deductions AARP Free Tax Help, Low-mid income-any age. Venice Comm Ctr, 326 Nokomis Ave S, 9-4, Need ID, SS Card, 2016 return, 2017 income & deductions ZUMBA with Lynn, ZUMBA with Lynn, Venice Community Center, 326 S. Nokomis, Venice, Tuesdays 9 am, Lscott2079@gmail.com, 941-493-8630 Featured Exhibit, Venices Inhabitants-Cultural Heritage of Land onthe Gulf. Venice Museum & Archives, 351 Nassau St;486-2487. Free Venice College Club, 12pm lunch C.Fosnoug Home Decorating, Tue,April 10 @1901 Jacaranda Blvd, Seeks new members. info @ 612-597-2299 Pinochle, 1-4 pm,VFW Post#8118,832 E.Venice Ave.,Venice. Tony-941-492-2434. Open to Public. Royal Airs big band, Royal Airs big band plays for dancing Tues. 1-3, Venice Friendship Center. Call 518-523-3937 for more info. GC Knitting Guild, ., Knitting Guild, Sock TalkŽ bring your knitted prs. Show and Tell 157 Havana Rd 4-6 pm 509 432-3125 Medical Weight Loss, 5:30 p.m., 1370 E. Venice Ave, Suite 205. Free. Public welcome. RSVP to 855-876-2362. Bingo, 6 PM Tues VFW 832 E Venice Ave 941-488-8118. Open to public. Food available. Fee to play COMMUNITY CALENDAR Venice Chorale Concert, Sun 4/8/18, 3:30 p.m. Venice Performing Arts Center. Venice Chorale celebrates Leonard Bernsteins 100th Birthday with a performance of Cheshire PsalmsŽ. Music of Eric Whitacre, Stephen Paulus and Ola Gjeilo also featured. Tickets $5-$25 941-484-8491 Featured EventPAID ADVERTISEMENT In order to provide one-stop shoppingŽ for area event listings, the Venice Gondolier Sun is consolidating calendar items into a single location. The Venue calendar includes library, senior, Well-Being and religion events as well as community events. We have moved to a reader-submission model for all of these items. To get your events printed in the newspaper, they must be submitted via our website, www. venicegondoliersun.com. On the left, click on Community Calendar,Ž then click on Submit EventŽ and fill in the appropriate fields. You must enter the location, address and phone number in the Print Edition TextŽ box for it to print. Deadlines: For events to run in Wednesdays paper, the deadline is 1 p.m. Monday. For events to run in Saturdays paper, the deadline is 1 p.m. Thursday. In order to print as many events as possible, we will print a maximum of four lines per event at no cost. You may purchase additional space for $10 per day, per event, per edition. Simply choose Paid ListingŽ on the Submit EventŽ page on the website. All paid listings will run in the location designated for the event type. We will only allow one submission per event, per day. If your event runs for more than one day, you will need to submit a separate form for each day. Multiple submissions of the same event for the same date may result in all the related events being removed. HOW TO GET YOUR EVENTS LISTEDParkinsons SupportEdie Anderson, of Venice, was diagnosed with Parkinsons Disease (PD) in 2013 and offers support for those with PD. She can be followed at the Davis Phinney Foundations webpage. To contact her, use Email: Pdtalk2edie@ gmail.com, call: 540589-1421, or visit: DavisPhinneyFoundation .org/teams/edie-anderson.Parkinsons ExpoA Parkinsons Expo will be Saturday, April 14, 8 a.m., at Robarts Sports Arena, 3000 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. It will be a day of education, engagement and empowerment planned. The Expo is offered at no charge; however, registration is required. Visit: EventBrite.com. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS This program has been created for our local community members to recognize individuals who have demonstrated business and professional excellence. Deadline for Nominations: May 1, 2018 Mail or hand delivered: 200 East Venice Ave., Venice, FL 34285 Fax: 941-485-3036 € Nominate by Email: Top40@venicegondolier.comGondolier SunVENICE For more information call 941-207-1214adno=54533803Your nomination could be a business owner, manager or an employee of a business that goes that extra mileŽ in the Venice area. Nominees will be screened by a panel and the Top 40 Business Professionals will be named in our Business Matters magazine on July 21, 2018. Please brie” y state nominees business/professional accomplishments belowAll submissions must have a reason for the nomination. Feel free to attach additional page. TELL US WHO STANDS OUT!The people who make business work I Nominate* Company Position Business Address City State FL Email Nominated by Your contact number Your email *Only one person can be nominated per form C omplete Furniture Repair MANOLY FURNITURE SERVICE 941-716-0012420 E Venice Ave(Under the Bridge) Venice, FL 34285www.manoly.comLarry Manoly sits at a table he restored at Alexander Graham Bells historic home, in Washington DC. € Authorized Restoration Center € Kitchen Cabinet Re“ nishing € Fire & Water Damage Restoration € Bullet Proof Finishes 3rd Generation, Family Owned BeforeAfteradno=54533554 adno=54530020 Welcome Home REAL ESTATE MAGAZINE www.welcome-home.com call (866) 357-6204 x1222 today for your FREE copy Voted Best Dental Implants 2017 3D Guided Dental Implant Placement Fixed Dentures € Same Day Crowns, Full Mouth Restorations € IV Sedation, Expert Teeth Whitening € Kybella Dr. Brent Beyer Dr. Charles DavisDr. Frank LewickiFacial Spa ServicesCall For Our Monthly SpecialNew Patients Welcome!1218 E Venice Ave., Venice, FL 34285941.488.1075www.venicedentist.com ADNO=54533458 941-473-1403850 N. Indiana € Englewood(Hwy 776) www.gomulch.comFORESTRY RESOURCES Inc. Committed to a better environmentAPRIL SPECIALSHours M-F 7:30 AM TO 5 PM SAT 7:30 AM TO 2 PMTIME TO FERTILIZE 13-2-13 PALMS AND SHRUBS $22.00 20 COMMERCIAL EDGING $12.00 4X300 LANDSCAPING FABRIC $79.00 PINE BARK NUGGETS 3 CU.FT. $3.33 & QUICK PRO 6.9#WEED KILLER $75.00adno=54529348

PAGE 17

4B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION staff members and volunteers who helped with the construction; representatives of churches that gave gifts of blankets and quilts; and managers and co-workers of Publix who had helped lay sod, paint during construction and donated a cake and bags of food for the family. Michael Sollitto, director of construction for Habitat, thanked all the donors, volunteers, friends and families present. This is one of the nicest houses weve built, and I hope everyone likes it,Ž he said. There are so many to thank, because its all teamwork. The house is built to Energy Star standards to withstand 160 mph winds. This house survived Hurricane Irma; the house behind did not. We take a lot of pride in what we do.Ž Rev. Denvil Farley, of Christ United Methodist Church, led the crowd in blessing the house, which had the audience members responding often with, We dedicate this home.Ž Farley quoted the late Millard Fuller, founder of Habitat for Humanity, who said: For a community to be whole and healthy, it must be based on peoples love and concern for others.Ž Dan Ladigoski, Debbies mentor through the Habitat Family Services Committee, remarked about Debbies unbounding strength and joyful outlook. Its been a long road, and Im so happy that we “nally dedicated it to you,Ž he said. She bears it all with joy every day. I cant say enough about it,Ž he ended while giving her a hug. The feeling is mutual. He is an incredible person himself,Ž Debbie said about Dan. How did she get to be that way? Ive always been an upbeat, positive kind of person,Ž she said. Its just who I am.Ž In the end, Debbie feels totally blessed for having her new home and having met the people shes met along the way. She is happy with the wheelchair-friendly accouterments in the home that Habitat made possible „ a roll-in shower and extra wide doorways. And she is pleased with Bens caregiver, made possible through the Medicaid Waiver program. She is absolutely wonderful and takes excellent care of Ben. I would not be able to work otherwise,Ž she said. Debbie breathed a sigh of relief. Its been a journey. I have met a lot of amazing people, and Ive learned a lot … like how to put up drywall and paint. I am most grateful for everyone and everything. As far as getting the home, well, I am beyond excited, happy, thrilled and quietly relieved. Its a sense of accomplishment, a feeling of being truly settled and part of the community in a solid sense. My new neighbors are absolutely awesome, they have made us feel very welcome to our neighborhood.Ž Its comforting to know that Habitat for Humanity exists to help people like Debbie and her family. And its good to know in this world that is sometimes “lled with strife that there are people who desire to come together and help one another. Quoting a comment Dee Danmeyer made as she was introducing all the people and donors who helped with Debbies home: It takes a village.Ž Editors Note: Audrey Blackwell writes about the people, places and businesses along the South Trail in Venice. Your suggestions are welcome. Call 941-2071000 or send an email. Service and product information in this column should not be taken as an endorsement of the business. Email: ablackwell@venicegondolier. comHABITATFROM PAGE 1 PHOTO BY MEREDITH NICHOLSONStephen and Redenta Picazio, strident supporters of Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, present Debbie Jones the key to her new home.Hot Club SRQHot Club of SRQ will perform at Venice Art Center, 390 S. Nokomis Ave., Thursday, April 12, 7 p.m.; 6:30 p.m. doors open, presented by VAC and South County Jazz Club. Tickets: $25 VAC and SCJC members ($35 VIP); $30 nonmembers ($40 VIP). Available at VAC; call 941-485-7136.ImprovFlorida Studio Theatres improv troupe will offer an exciting, fresh form of spontaneous fun with FST FreestyleŽ Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. in Bownes Lab starting April 14, and running through June 20. This free-form improv has no rules or limits. FST Improv members follow the funny,Ž starting a new scene or storyline when sparked by an action, statement or suggestion. Tickets are $15, available at the FST Box Of“ce, 1241 N. Palm Ave., Sarasota, in person, by calling (941) 366-9000, or at: FloridaStudio Theatre.org.Suncoast Concert BandSuncoast Concert Band, directed by Bob Stoll, will present its bi-monthly concert April 15, 3 p.m. at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 3131 61st St., Sarasota. The program will include such pieces as Overture to CandideŽ by Leonard Bernstein, selections from A Chorus Line,Ž The Beach Boys, Sousa and a Sing-A-Long. Tickets are $5. Call 941-907-4123 for ticket information. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS adno=54535022 VENICE LUNCH & LEARNWOMENS HEALTH call Incontinence, Robotic Surgery Michael Wolpmann, MD, FACOG, FACS DoctorsOfSarasota.com adno=54533436 www.SKYattheY.com PREPARING FOR THE FUTUREThrough disciplined academics we succeed in preparing children for high school and college.Now enrolling students for 2018-19 school year.CALL OR STOP BY FOR A TOUR TODAY!FREE TUITION | FREE BEFORE/AFTER CAREVENICE SKY ACADEMY 705 Center Road, Venice | 941-244-2626ENGLEWOOD SKY ACADEMY 881 S. River Road, Englewood | 941-999-4775 adno=54533506

PAGE 18

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 5BAREA PR O PERTY TRAN S FER S ENGLEWOOD COURTESY OF ENGLEWOOD AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Zip Code City Sq. Ft. Community Price BE FB HB Built Pool Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP Ratio D5921304 SLD 6040 BOCA GRANDE #15 Boat Slip 33921 BOCA GRANDE BOCA GRANDE NORTH MARINA CONDO $55,000 2012 None Dock-Rackom inium All Cash 3/28/2018 0.93 D5923427 SLD 6020 BOCA GRANDE #55 Boat Slip 33921 BOCA GRANDE BOCA GRANDE NORTH MARINA CONDO $70,000 2012 None Dock-Rackom inium All Cash 3/27/2018 1 D5921655 SLD 1800 ENGLEWOOD RD Unit#70 34223 ENGLEWOOD 936 OAK GROVE $80,000 2 2 0 1989 Community Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash 3/30/2018 $85.47 0.9 D5920725 SLD 149 ENGLEWOOD ISLES PKWY #608 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,080 MARINA ISLES PH 2 $100,000 2 2 0 1982 Community Condo New Con ventional 3/26/2018 $92.59 0.95 D5917143 SLD 1360 SHARLO LN 34224 ENGLEWOOD 616 RIVEREDGE 02 $105,000 2 1 0 1968 None Single Family Home New FHA 3/26/2018 $17 0.45 1 A4204846 SLD 10 SYLVANIA AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 875 PROSPECT PARK SUB OF BLK 5 $112,000 2 1 0 1968 None Single Family Home New Co nventional 3/28/2018 $128.00 0.97 D5921979 SLD 1450 IBIS DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,272 HOLIDAY MOB ESTATE $109,900 2 2 0 1981 None Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash 3/27/2018 $86.40 0.92 D5920186 SLD 6796 GASPARILLA PINES BLVD #89 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,036 VILLAGE AT WILDFLOWER CC PH 02 $121,000 2 2 0 1985 Community Condo New Conventional 3/27/2018 $116.80 0.98 D5922575 SLD 11904 BROOKSIDE AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 936 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 065 $111,000 2 1 0 1986 None Single Family Home N ew Conventional 3/30/2018 $118.59 0.89 C7249560 SLD 7192 HOLSUM ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,356 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 064 $154,000 3 2 0 1992 None Single Family Home New VA 3/ 28/2018 $113.57 1.03 C7238743 SLD 1353 BLUE HERON DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,152 HOLIDAY MOB ESTATES 3RD ADD $143,000 2 2 0 1976 Community Manufactured/M obile Home All Cash 3/30/2018 $124.13 0.96 C7250189 SLD 6167 ROWE ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,285 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 062 $146,500 2 2 0 1996 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/ 29/2018 $114.01 0.98 D5920477 SLD 1615 LORALIN DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 984 CLINTWOOD ACRES $139,000 2 2 0 1973 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/201 8 $141.26 0.93 T2915157 SLD 145 ROTONDA CIR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,282 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $140,000 2 2 0 1981 None Single Family Home A ll Cash 3/28/2018 $109.20 0.93 D5919172 SLD 38 OAKLAND HILLS CT 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,030 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $150,000 2 2 0 1973 None Single Family Ho me All Cash 3/27/2018 $145.63 0.95 D5923282 SLD 808 SEABROOKE DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,326 TANGERINE WOODS $157,250 2 2 0 1987 Community Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $118.59 0.99 D5922730 SLD 6509 HAMLET DR Unit#29-A 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,170 GULFWIND VILLAS PH 10 $159,900 2 2 0 1993 Community Condo All Cash 3/27/2018 $136.67 1 D5921722 SLD 710 HARVEY ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 978 PROSPECT PARK SUB OF BLK 15 $150,000 3 2 0 1973 Private Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $153.37 0.94 D5922651 SLD 5890 DAVID BLVD 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,335 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 053 $161,000 3 2 0 2000 None Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 $120.60 0.98 D5923146 SLD 630 LINDEN DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,332 FOXWOOD $169,900 2 2 0 1986 Community Condo All Cash 3/30/2018 $127.55 1 W7637855 SLD 7672 CASTLEBERRY TER 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,154 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 074 $154,000 2 2 0 1986 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $133.45 0.91 D5921470 SLD 360 E WENTWORTH CIR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,488 DEER CREEK ESTATES $178,000 2 2 0 1974 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 $119.62 0.97 D5922404 SLD 7134 CORK LN 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,252 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 065 $175,000 3 2 0 2001 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $139.78 0.95 D5921784 SLD 10183 CHARLEMONT AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,789 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 062 $185,000 3 2 0 1988 None Single Family Home New FHA 3/27/2018 $103.41 1 D5922787 SLD 101 NATURES WAY Unit#1206 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,525 WATERSIDE CONDOS PH I $185,000 3 2 0 2007 Community Condo All Cash 3/27/2018 $121.31 0.96 D5920297 SLD 12167 WARDEN AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,723 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 056 $203,000 3 2 0 2018 None Single Family Home Ne w FHA 3/30/2018 $117.82 1.03 D5919910 SLD 6103 SHEARWATER DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,323 LEMON BAY ISLES PH 03 $185,000 2 2 0 1989 Community Manufactured/Mobile Home All Cash 3/26/2018 $139.83 0.93 D5921721 SLD 385 BLUE SPRINGS CT Unit#133 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,402 GLENS OF PARK FOREST $205,000 2 2 0 1991 Community Villa All C ash 3/26/2018 $146.22 0.95 D5921814 SLD 12346 GROUSE AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,735 ALHAMBRA/LK MARLIN $214,000 3 2 1 2007 Community Villa All Cash 3/30/ 2018 $123.34 0.98 D5921220 SLD 48 CADDY RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,388 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $214,000 2 2 0 1983 Private Single Family Home Ne w VA 3/26/2018 $154.18 0.97 D5920514 SLD 49 LONG MEADOW LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,447 ROTONDA WEST LONG MEADOW $222,500 3 2 0 1997 Private Single Family Hom e New Conventional 3/30/2018 $153.77 0.99 D5922441 SLD 245 PARK FOREST BLVD Unit#152 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,848 GLENS OF PARK FOREST $220,000 3 2 0 1992 Community Condo New Conventional 3/29/2018 $119.05 0.94 D5920996 SLD 8561 AMBERJACK CIR Unit#303 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,729 HAMMOCKS $230,000 3 2 0 2007 Community Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 $133.02 0.98 N5915753 SLD 53 W BAY HEIGHTS RD Unit#207 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,082 BAYVIEW EAST $232,000 2 2 0 1981 Community Condo New Conventional 3/30/2018 $214.42 0.97 D5921367 SLD 12162 RICHARDS AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,719 PORT CHARLOTTE SUB SEC 60 $225,000 3 2 0 1992 Private Single Family Home New Conventional 3/27/2018 $130.89 0.94 A4204546 SLD 163 ANTILLA DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,850 ROTONDA LAKES $235,900 3 2 0 2017 None Single Family Home Assume Conventi onal 3/26/2018 $127.51 0.96 D5920488 SLD 387 ALBATROSS RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,931 ROTONDA LAKES $239,000 3 2 0 2017 None Single Family Home New Conventio nal 3/27/2018 $123.77 0.98 C7247556 SLD 10074 HACKENSACK ST 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,859 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 87 $236,300 3 2 0 2007 Private Single Family Ho me New Conventional 3/30/2018 $127.11 0.96 D5922173 SLD 75 WINSON AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,076 ENGLEWOOD PARK AMD OF $250,000 3 2 0 1956 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/ 29/2018 $232.34 1 D5922976 SLD 242 N BROADWAY 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,858 LAKE HOLLEY SUB $250,000 3 2 0 1970 Private Single Family Home New Conventio nal 3/29/2018 $134.55 0.96 D5922510 SLD 145 SPUR DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,659 ROTONDA HEIGHTS $249,000 3 2 1 2006 Private Single Family Home New Conventio nal 3/30/2018 $150.09 0.96 C7244173 SLD 14399 ALLENSWORTH AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,265 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 87 $264,650 4 3 0 2018 None Single Family Hom e New FHA 3/30/2018 $116.84 1.01 T2919845 SLD 9400 LITTLE GASPARILLA IS #H2 33946 PLACIDA 946 HIDEAWAY BAY BEACH CLUB PH 05 $255,000 2 2 0 1998 Community Condo All Cash 3/27/2018 $269.56 0.96 A4209801 SLD 142 YELLOW PINE DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,693 ROTONDA LAKES $267,000 3 2 0 2014 Private Single Family Home New Conv entional 3/28/2018 $157.71 0.99 D5920691 SLD 9400 LITTLE GASPARILLA IS #I-9 33946 PLACIDA 946 HIDEAWAY BAY BEACH CLUB $263,000 2 2 0 1994 Community Condo New Conventional 3/29/2018 $278.01 0.96 N5914051 SLD 92 WINDSOR DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,874 ENGLEWOOD ISLES SUB $235,000 3 2 0 1977 Private Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 $125.40 0.85 D5922394 SLD 168 APOLLO DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,689 ROTONDA LAKES $277,950 3 2 0 2018 Private Single Family Home New Conventio nal 3/29/2018 $164.56 1 D5920104 SLD 10491 SHERMAN ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,270 PALM POINT $255,000 2 1 0 1959 None Single Family Home New Conventional 3/27/2018 $200.79 0.91 D5920981 SLD 34 MEDALIST CIR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,012 ROTONDA WEST WHITE MARSH $257,500 3 2 0 2006 None Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 $127.98 0.89 D5923062 SLD 8217 PARKSIDE DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,584 OYSTER CREEK PH 02 $289,000 3 2 0 1993 Community, Private Single Family Ho me All Cash 3/29/2018 $182.45 0.98 D5922137 SLD 152 ANNAPOLIS LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,839 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $299,000 4 2 0 1973 Private Single Family Ho me New VA 3/29/2018 $162.59 1 D5915160 SLD 295 CAPSTAN DR 33946 PLACIDA 1,810 CAPE HAZE $284,000 2 2 0 1990 Private Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26 /2018 $156.91 0.9 D5921201 SLD 6 SPORTSMAN RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,985 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR $314,000 3 2 0 1992 Private Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 $158.19 0.98 D5922802 SLD 634 BARNACLE CT 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,106 PARK FOREST PH 6A $317,000 2 2 0 2014 Community Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $150.52 0.98 C7249686 SLD 9070 STARFISH CIR 34293 VENICE 1,182 MYAKKA SHORES $310,000 2 2 0 1985 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 $262.27 0.95 D5923155 SLD 19 WINDWARD TER 33946 PLACIDA 1,943 CAPE HAZE WINDWARD $325,000 3 3 0 1992 Private Single Family Home All Cash 3/ 29/2018 $167.27 0.99 D5921036 SLD 43 TOURNAMENT RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,043 ROTONDA WEST PINE VLY $313,000 3 2 0 2014 Private Single Family Home New Conventional 3/28/2018 $153.21 0.95 D5918424 SLD 172 PARK FOREST BLVD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,060 PARK FOREST $330,000 3 2 0 2017 Community Single Family Home All Cash 3/26/2018 $160.19 1 D5923353 SLD 8252 TECUMSEH CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,076 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 093 $330,000 3 2 0 2004 Private Single Family Hom e New Conventional 3/28/2018 $158.96 0.97 D5922806 SLD 14 MEDALIST PL 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,327 ROTONDA WEST WHITE MARSH $325,000 3 3 0 1996 Private Single Family Home A ll Cash 3/30/2018 $139.66 0.96 D5920334 SLD 1480 GULF BLVD Unit#203 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,062 ENGLEWOOD BEACH PLACE $325,000 2 2 0 1981 Community Condo New Conve ntional 3/30/2018 $306.03 0.96 D5917905 SLD 585 PALOMINO TRL 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,118 ENGLEWOOD FARM ACRES SUB $333,500 3 2 0 1976 Private Single Family Home Al l Cash 3/26/2018 $157.46 0.89 D5924008 SLD 15208 HENNIPEN CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,162 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 082 $443,800 3 3 0 2018 Private Single Family Ho me New Conventional 3/30/2018 $205.27 1 D5920609 SLD 11000 PLACIDA RD Unit#1014 33946 PLACIDA 1,582 PLACIDA HARBOUR PH 01 BLDG 01 $430,000 2 3 0 1983 Community Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 $271.81 0.95 D5922594 SLD 14605 KEYSTONE BLVD 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,100 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 081 $450,000 3 2 0 2005 None Single Family Home All Cash 3/27/2018 $214.29 0.96 D5917457 SLD 11760 ANGLERS CLUB DR #112 33946 PLACIDA 1,980 ANGLERS CLUB $430,000 3 3 0 2006 Community Townhouse All Cash 3/30 /2018 $217.17 0.92 D5913142 SLD 301 S GULF BLVD Unit#14 33946 PLACIDA 1,347 PALM ISLAND ESTATES UN 4 $490,000 2 2 1 1982 Community Townhouse New Conventional 3/28/2018 $363.77 0.93 D5918574 SLD 5000 GASPARILLA RD #BC303 33921 BOCA GRANDE 678 BOCA GRANDE CLUB $500,000 1 1 0 1984 Community Condo All Cash 3 /26/2018 $737.46 0.94 D5922447 SLD 27439 HOLE IN ONE PL 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,561 BOCA ROYALE $585,000 3 3 0 2015 Private Single Family Home All Cash 3/27/2018 $ 228.43 0.98 D5919113 SLD 15124 AQUARIUS CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,913 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 093 $675,000 4 3 0 2014 Private Single Family Ho me Assume Conventional 3/27/2018 $231.72 0.96 D5921533 SLD 5700 GULF SHORES DR DR #A-117 33921 BOCA GRANDE 1,411 SEA OATS BLDG A $855,000 2 2 0 1980 Community Condo All Cas h 3/29/2018 $605.95 0.98 N5917164 SLD 7979 MANASOTA KEY RD 34223 ENGLEWOOD 6,849 ACREAGE & UNREC $2,200,000 5 4 1 2005 Private Single Family Home All C ash 3/26/2018 $321.21 1 D5922305 SLD 171 1ST ST E 33921 BOCA GRANDE 2,840 HARBOR DRIVE WATERWAYS $2,700,000 5 3 0 1977 Private Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 $950.70 0.98SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY COURTESY OF VENICE AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Subdivision Name Sq. Ft. Pool Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP RatioA4208646 Sold 244 PENNSYLVANIA AVE Osprey Park None $81,000 3 2 0 1952 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 83.33 0.81081 N5916522 Sold 649 TAMIAMI TRL S #314 Country Club Apts None $115,000 2 2 0 1971 Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 117.95 0.92 A4202165 Sold 126 WOODLAND DR #126 Pine Run Community $124,000 1 1 1 1979 Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 143.35 0.96124 N5916481 Sold 255 FENWICK DR #19 Saybrook Manor Community $125,500 2 2 0 1982 Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 125 0.96613 C7246233 Sold 2178 PARK RD Venice Groves None $130,000 2 1 0 1980 Single Family Home New VA 3/30/2018 167.74 0.92924 A4204840 Sold 419 CITRUS AVE Citrus Highlands None $135,000 2 1 0 1981 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 127.96 0.84428 N5915119 Sold 404 CERROMAR CIR N #215 Westchester Grdn & Plan Community $150,000 2 2 0 1982 Condo All Cash 3/26/2018 158.23 0.96837 A4200551 Sold 144 WASHINGTON AVE O gburns Add To Town Of Osprey N one $150,000 2 2 0 1950 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 146.2 0.93809 N5915928 Sold 588 CIRCLEWOOD DR #S3-1 Circlewoods Of Venice Community $160,000 2 2 0 1973 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/20 18 147.87 0.98765 U7847405 Sold 1100 CAPRI ISLES BLVD #521 Not Applicable Community $160,000 2 2 0 1988 Condo New Conventional 3/26/2018 142.6 0.94173 N5916378 Sold 1401 PINE LAKE DR #1 Pinebrook Lake Club Community $165,000 2 2 0 1982 Condo New Conventional 3/30/2018 138.08 0.93803 D5923344 Sold 1779 DAGON RD Venice Gardens Community $165,000 2 2 0 1969 Single Family Home All Cash 3/26/2018 110.81 0.88757 N5916326 Sold 1740 LAKE PL #1740-B Villanova Shores Community $172,500 2 2 0 1984 Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 144.47 0.95887 N5916092 Sold 860 BIRD BAY WAY #193 Bird Bay Village Community $175,000 3 3 0 1979 Condo All Cash 3/29/2018 113.49 0.81395 N5914643 Sold 201 SILVER LAKE DR #201 Waterside Village Community $178,000 2 2 0 1995 Condo New Conventional 3/30/2018 141.16 0.96216 D5923549 Sold 388 GULF BREEZE BLVD Venice East Private $181,277 2 2 0 1977 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 122.9 1.0601 N5916531 Sold 613 GLEN OAK RD Venice Gardens Community $183,900 2 2 0 1972 Single Family Home New FHA 3/28/2018 146.65 0.9730 2 N5915693 Sold 804 MONTROSE DR #204 Gardens Of St Andrews Park Community $186,000 3 2 0 1997 Condo All Cash 3/30/2018 113.69 0 .97946 A4208912 Sold 1240 INDUS RD South Venice None $194,000 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 164.69 0.9704 9 N5913468 Sold 5255 DREW RD South Venice None $195,500 2 2 0 1997 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 157.66 0.9314 D5922239 Sold 723 SORRENTO INLT #723 Sorrento Inlet Community $199,000 2 2 1 1982 Condo All Cash 3/30/2018 115.63 0.86522 N5916081 Sold 338 SEA GRAPE RD Venice Gardens Community $201,500 2 2 0 1974 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 163 .56 0.95998 N5914519 Sold 430 APPIAN WAY Venice East None $206,000 2 2 0 1979 Single Family Home All Cash 3/27/2018 129.48 0.98565 A4206794 Sold 966 PANDA RD South Venice None $207,000 2 2 0 1977 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 158.99 1 N5915345 Sold 1724 FOREST RD Venetian Gardens None $210,000 3 2 0 1964 Single Family Home New FHA 3/26/2018 151.19 1.00048 N5915549 Sold 865 COUNTRY CLUB CIR #70 Jacaranda C C Villas Community $215,000 2 2 0 1987 Condo All Cash 3/28/2018 161.05 0.9 3478 A4212026 Sold 343 ARGUS RD South Venice None $225,000 3 2 0 1987 Single Family Home New VA 3/28/2018 169.68 0.98253 U7837276 Sold 540 PLANTATION RD South Venice None $225,889 3 2 0 1987 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 187.3 1 N5916144 Sold 1442 STRADA D ORO Carlentini Community, None $227,000 2 2 0 1983 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/28/2018 173.55 1.06075 N5915830 Sold 150 L PAVIA BLVD #23 Tuscany Lake Community $234,000 3 2 0 2004 Condo All Cash 3/27/2018 159.51 1 N5915938 Sold 101 PORTA VECCHIO BND #102 Toscana Isles Community $235,020 2 2 0 2017 Condo Assume Conventional 3/30/2018 167. 63 0.91977 N5915848 Sold 101 PORTA VECCHIO BND #101 Toscana Isles Community $235,520 2 2 0 2017 Condo All Cash 3/28/2018 167.99 1 N5916442 Sold 1202 RAVINIA CIR #1202 Ravinia Community $244,750 3 2 0 2004 Condo New Conventional 3/26/2018 170.08 0.97998 N5916534 Sold 421 MORNINGSIDE RD South Venice Private $245,000 2 2 0 1978 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 182.5 6 0.98196 A4208663 Sold 420 SHAMROCK BLVD Venice Gardens Private $253,750 2 2 0 1975 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 191.22 0.92306 N5915745 Sold 231 RUTGERS RD South Venice None $265,000 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 145.05 1.023 17 N5916149 Sold 9016 EXCELSIOR LOOP Rapalo Community $266,990 4 2 0 2017 Single Family Home Assume Conventional 3/30/2018 146.0 6 0.98488 N5916328 Sold 3405 ROSLYN RD South Venice None $267,500 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/28/2018 166.05 0.972 73 A4189866 Sold 12660 SAGEWOOD DR Grand Palm Community $270,000 2 2 0 2017 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 206.9 0.90607 A4196478 Sold 11457 DANCING RIVER DR Stoneybrook At Venice Community $275,000 2 2 0 2005 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 138.89 1 N5911928 Sold 155 BRAEMAR AVE Wexford On The Green Community $275,000 3 3 0 2001 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/201 8 125.97 0.9486 N5916222 Sold 3109 MEADOW RUN DR Willow Springs Community, Private $278,000 3 2 0 1989 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/ 30/2018 143.15 0.99286 A4203049 Sold 209 LIVORNO WAY Not Applicable Community $283,078 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/28/2018 187. 59 0.98294 N5916205 Sold 161 VALENCIA LAKES DR Valencia Lakes Community $285,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/201 8 163.79 0.95032 T2907706 Sold 11595 RENAISSANCE BLVD #24 Not Applicable Community $285,000 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 1 47.13 0.94218 A4197771 Sold 1632 VALLEY DR Waterford Community, Private $285,000 3 2 1 1990 Single Family Home All Cash 3/26/2018 123.16 0. 84071 N5917186 Sold 13864 CAMPOLEONE STREET Islandwalk At The West Villages Community $285,029 2 2 0 2018 Single Family Home New VA 3/28/2018 198.9 1 N5913885 Sold 135 VENTOSA PL Toscana Isles Community $287,105 2 2 0 2017 Single Family Home Assume Conventional 3/30/2018 174.96 0.99308 D5921268 Sold 1494 QUAIL LAKE DR Quail Lake Community $290,000 3 2 0 1990 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 135.0 1 0.95113 N5916595 Sold 120 MATISSE CIR W Sorrento East Private $292,000 3 2 0 1977 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 159.3 9 1 N5913587 Sold 1244 HIGHLAND GREENS DR P elican Pointe Golf & Country Club C ommunity $292,500 3 2 0 1995 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 195.39 0.98485 A4206543 Sold 3292 MEADOW RUN CIR Meadow Run At Jacaranda Community $295,000 3 2 0 1985 Single Family Home New Conventional 3 /30/2018 166.29 0.9644 D5918690 Sold 2160 CHENILLE CT Stoneybrook At Venice Community, Private $305,000 3 2 0 2008 Single Family Home New Convention al 3/27/2018 147.06 0.95342 N5916291 Sold 13836 ALAFAYA ST Islandwalk At The West Villages Community $305,900 2 2 0 2017 Single Family Home New Convention al 3/29/2018 213.47 0.98709 D5923158 Sold 2188 MESIC HAMMOCK WAY Stoneybrook At Venice Community $306,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Home All Cash 3/27/201 8 157.57 0.97452 N5913142 Sold 19341 YELLOWTAIL CT Caribbean Village Community $309,000 3 2 0 2016 Single Family Home New VA 3/28/2018 171.29 0.98687 C7249686 Sold 9070 STARFISH CIR Myakka Shores None $310,000 2 2 0 1985 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 262.27 0.95385 A4207556 Sold 2421 SONOMA DR W Mission Estates None $312,000 3 2 0 2001 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 166.05 0.99048 A4208541 Sold 136 2ND ST Springhill Park Private $315,000 4 2 0 1968 Single Family Home New FHA 3/29/2018 145.23 0.96923 N5915317 Sold 2320 FALCON TRACE LN Calusa Lakes Community, Private $320,000 2 2 0 1998 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/ 29/2018 168.42 0.94395 A4204260 Sold 13838 BOTTERI ST Islandwalk At The West Villages Community $321,000 2 2 0 2017 Single Family Home Assume Convent ional 3/27/2018 212.3 0.98769 C7248229 Sold 23555 AWABUKI DR #101 Sarasota National Communit y $325,000 3 2 0 2015 Condo New Conventional 3/27/2018 175.49 0.97044

PAGE 19

6B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONN5916186 Sold 600 GINGER RD South Venice Private $330,000 3 2 0 1978 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 142.49 0.9 7087 N5915185 Sold 116 FIELDSTONE DR Venice Golf & Country Club Private $337,500 3 2 0 2002 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/ 30/2018 153.83 0.96429 T2913084 Sold 4421 CONCHFISH LN Casey Key None $338,000 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 158.46 0.938 91 A4204964 Sold 615 WILD PINE WAY Venice Golf & Country Club Private $340,000 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 164.65 0.97143 A4199638 Sold 23421 COPPERLEAF DR Sarasota National Community $341,000 3 2 0 2015 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/20 18 166.75 0.97708 A4186514 Sold 1373 CLUBVIEW CT Waterford Private $342,000 3 3 0 1996 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 154.61 0.9 7742 A4208061 Sold 26 BAY ACRES AVE Bay Acres Sub None $343,500 3 2 0 1971 Single Family Home Assume FHA/VA 3/30/2018 180.41 0.981 43 N5914789 Sold 498 MEADOW SWEET CIR Rivendell Community $350,000 3 2 0 1999 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 193. 26 0.96154 N5915337 Sold 507 PINE RD Bay Point Private $356,000 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 228.06 0.93931 N5916242 Sold 108 LA BELLA CT Valencia Lakes Private $360,000 3 3 0 2006 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 180.54 0.9863 N5916349 Sold 1868 BATELLO DR Venetian Falls Community $362,000 3 2 0 2009 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 187.86 0.978 64 N5917248 Sold 12410 CINQUETERRE DR Gran Paradiso Community $366,497 5 3 0 2018 Single Family Home New VA 3/30/2018 113.43 1 N5914269 Sold 1148 HIGHLAND GREENS DR P elican Pointe Golf & Country Club C ommunity $367,500 3 2 0 1998 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/27/2018 168.89 0.95455 N5915513 Sold 1105 KITTIWAKE DR P elican Pointe Golf & Country Club C ommunity $375,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 170.84 0.96899 N5916104 Sold 1689 VALLEY DR Waterford Private $385,000 3 2 0 1994 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/29/2018 176.52 0.989 72 N5915905 Sold 605 PAGET DR Plantation The Private $405,000 3 2 1 1986 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 171.17 0.99265 N5912651 Sold 19168 JALISCA ST Islandwalk At The West Villages Private $415,900 3 3 1 2011 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/27/2018 157.06 0.97882 N5915705 Sold 633 ALHAMBRA RD #205 Venice Sands Community $427,000 2 2 0 1970 Condo New Conventional 3/30/2018 468.2 0.98161 A4209603 Sold 1440 SEAFARER DR Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club Private $428,000 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Home New Conventional 3 /30/2018 260.34 0.97739 N5911190 Sold 167 TAMPA AVE E #513 Waterfront On Venice Island Community $431,000 2 2 0 2007 Condo All Cash 3/28/2018 252.79 0.939 A4201978 Sold 651 RIVENDELL BLVD Rivendell The Woodlands Community, Private $435,000 3 3 0 2001 Single Family Home New Conven tional 3/26/2018 188.88 0.98416 A4210833 Sold 2814 HERMITAGE BLVD Venice Acres Private $438,000 3 2 1 1985 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 181. 52 0.97574 A4195740 Sold 618 SAWGRASS BRIDGE RD Sawgrass Community, Private $446,000 3 3 0 1998 Single Family Home All Cash 3/27/2018 17 2.87 0.97168 N5915634 Sold 428 SHORE RD Gulf Shores Private $450,000 2 2 0 1969 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 312.5 0.9090 9 N5914843 Sold 722 SAWGRASS BRIDGE Sawgrass Community, Private $460,000 3 3 0 1999 Single Family Home All Cash 3/26/2018 185.4 1 0.97067 N5914016 Sold 445 NOKOMIS AVE S #210 Not Applicable Community $460,000 2 2 1 2015 Condo All Cash 3/28/2018 260.33 0.92092 A4214599 Sold 12393 SAGEWOOD DR Grand Palm Community $491,490 4 4 0 2018 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/26/2018 146.89 1 N5915458 Sold 1660 SWEETLAND ST Mission Valley Private $520,000 5 4 0 1978 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 191.46 0.94718 A4205365 Sold 700 GOLDEN BEACH BLVD #437 Macarthur Beach Community $520,000 2 2 0 1980 Condo All Cash 3/27/2018 396.04 0.9456 3 A4197109 Sold 1046 SCHERER WAY Rivendell Community, Private $525,000 4 3 1 2003 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 170.4 0 .95628 N5914469 Sold 147 TAMPA AVE E #802 Waterfront On Venice Island Community $560,000 2 2 0 2004 Condo New Conventional 3/30/2018 328.45 0.95726 N5914010 Sold 147 TAMPA AVE E #701 Waterfront On Venice Island Community $570,000 2 2 0 2004 Condo All Cash 3/26/2018 271.3 0 .9062 N5916156 Sold 517 VILLAS DR Golden Beach Private $590,000 3 3 0 1972 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 296.33 0.95177 A4209626 Sold 18061 WOODEN SKIFF CT Not Applicable Private $660,000 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 291.39 0 .96232 A4210867 Sold 157 TAMPA AVE E #805 Waterfront On Venice Island Community $670,000 2 2 0 2005 Condo All Cash 3/28/2018 309.47 0.92414 N5916246 Sold 425 VALENCIA RD South Gulf View Sec Of Venice None $675,000 3 2 0 1964 Single Family Home All Cash 3/30/2018 337 .5 0.9854 A4198315 Sold 229 SAINT JAMES PARK Oaks Private $750,000 3 3 0 1992 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 330.4 0.9047 N5915886 Sold 418 FIELDSTONE DR Venice Golf & Country Club Community, Private $765,000 3 3 1 2001 Single Family Home New Conv entional 3/29/2018 191.78 0.95745 N5915740 Sold 909 HARBOR DR S Gulf Shores Private $790,000 3 2 0 2016 Single Family Home All Cash 3/26/2018 383.5 0.98762 A4163515 Sold 568 N MACEWEN DR Oaks Private $795,000 5 5 1 2000 Single Family Home New Conventional 3/30/2018 171.45 0.93529 A4209114 Sold 404 E MACEWEN DR Oaks Private $845,000 3 3 0 2000 Single Family Home All Cash 3/28/2018 244.64 0.97126 N5911141 Sold 42 OSPREY POINT DR Oaks Private $1,025,000 3 3 0 2017 Single Family Home All Cash 3/29/2018 277.63 0.93216 A4198418 Sold 420 N CASEY KEY RD Not A pp licable Private $3,075,000 5 7 2 1968 Sin g le Famil y Home All Cash 3/26/2018 449.17 0.96244AREA PR O PERTY TRAN S FER S CO NTINUED SOUTH SARASOTA COUNTY COURTESY OF VENICE AREA BOARD OF REALTORSML# Status Address Subdivision Name Sq. Ft. Pool Price BE FB HB Built Property Style Sold Terms Sold Date SP/SqFt SP/LP RatioVenice Theatres Troupe in a Trunk is ready to take their show on the road. A foundation of the theaters Outreach Department, Troupe in a Trunk inspires students imaginations by bringing live performances to Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties pre-K through elementary schools and community organizations like The Boys & Girls Club. Started by Yvonne Pinkerton 25 years ago, TroupeŽ encourages students to use their creativity as a learning tool by engaging all of their senses. It has toured to about 5,000 area school children each year, at no cost, ever since. When Ms. Pinkerton started the program, she wanted to reach out into the community to bring the theater arts to sectors that otherwise may not have them available. Troupe in a Trunk is able to provide this service because of the generous sponsorship of The Edmund and Elizabeth Campbell Family and Education Foundation. Before each performance, Venice Theatre provides teachers with materials related to the play the students will be seeing. The teachers and students can discuss it before or after the performance. Each school is asked to evaluate the performances in an effort to improve future productions. The show is always themed, and teaches a lesson to area youth. Past themes have included bullying, teamwork and sharing. Troupe in a Trunk teaches skills like problem solving, quick-thinking, and teamwork, but most important „ the power of imagination. This years play is Anna and the Wall of Worries, written and directed by Kelly Duyn, Venice Theatres assistant director of education and outreach. Duyn contacted the schools after last years performance to “nd of what their concerns were. After hearing their comments about anxiety and stress, she wrote an original script that addressed those concerns. Kathryn Killinger, one of Venice Theatres heartbeat volunteers,Ž has been involved for all of TroupesŽ 25 years. Although she retired her Troupe shirt last season, for the previous 24 years she had never missed a performance. To celebrate Troupe in a Trunks 25th anniversary and volunteers like Kathryn, there will be a dedication to all past Troupers at the closing performance on Venice Theatres MainStage April 12 at 10 a.m. All past members are invited to attend. Venice Theatres Director of Education and Outreach, Sandy Davisson, said, The incredible thing about troupe volunteers is that they do not perform for applause, they do it because they want to share the joy of theater with children.Ž Area schools and youth organizations interested in having Troupe in a Trunk perform for them can call Duyn at 941-486-8679 or email her at KellyDuyn@VeniceTheatre.net. For more information, visit: VeniceStage.com.Troupe in a Trunk hits the roadFROM VENICE THEATRE PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE THEATRELast years Troupe in a Trunk at Venice Christian School. Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County and Venice Theatre are partnering to bring theater arts education to Robert and Joan Lee Boys & Girls Club members in Venice. The program, called TheatreMatters!, is in its sixth consecutive year. Sixteen members between the ages of 9 and 14 from the Robert and Joan Lee Boys & Girls Club, located at 920 Gulfcoast Blvd. in Venice, will participate in TheatreMatters! this year, in their annual show at VTs Pinkerton Theatre on April 7. The performance will feature both the Leading PlayersŽ and beginning classes. The Leading PlayersŽ is the intermediate class for which members must audition. It meets three times per week at Venice Theatre, offering instruction in technical theatre, acting, and musical theatre. The beginning class meets on Thursdays at the Robert and Joan Lee Boys & Girls Club. For more information, contact Michael Stevens, Robert and Joan Lee Boys & Girls Club director, at 941-485-7050. The TheatreMatters! program is designed to develop students individual talents and skills, as well as teach them to work together as a team, increase problem-solving skills, and improve presentation and communication skills. Participants learn about performing and other aspects of theater such as lighting, marketing, sets, sound and costumes. This years musical theater instructors are Rebecca Holahan and Chris Bott. Kelly Duyn, Venice Theatres assistant director of education and outreach, is teaching acting and technical theater. TheatreMatters! intern Drew Wolfe is directing this years Leading PlayersŽ class with mentoring from Kelly Duyn. Their production, A Tribute to the Sixties,Ž involves songs and dances from that time period featuring Age of AquariusŽ as the “nale. The cast includes Makayla Canturk, Addison Scurek, Isabella Whitby, Chloe Lee and Vance Hartsook. The beginning class production, The Imaginary Friend Support Group, follows a group of imaginary friends discussing their creators and how they dont always get the respect they deserve. The beginning class includes Angelina Sacino, Kenneth Gardner, Aryanna Rose, Gwen Scurek, Christian ORourke, Kately Ware, Madalyn Whitby, Stella Sundin, Reagan Martin, Kaydence Van Pelt and Elizza Cook. Last year, the program added a leadership component that celebrates students who have displayed excellence in all aspects of the program. The chosen students have worked as interns for both Venice Theatre classes and TheatreMatters! classes. The interns are active participants, helping the teachers and staff and acting as role models for the other students. Our partnership with Venice Theatre exposes children to the theater arts while improving interpersonal skills including self-con“dence and public speaking,Ž says President/ CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Sarasota County Bill Sadlo. If it wasnt for Venice Theatre, many of these children might not have an opportunity to participate in a theater program.Ž Recent studies suggest that children who participate in the arts are more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, participate in math and science fairs, and win awards for writing. Arts education also plays an integral role in enhancing childrens developmental skills including motor skills, language development, decision-making skills, visual learning, creativity, cultural awareness, and overall academic performance. For more information, call 941-366-3911 or visit: BGCSarasota.com.Joining forces shows kids Theatre Matters!FROM BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS

PAGE 20

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 7BOPINION SUN NEWSPAPERS GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR RONALD DUPONT JR. PHONE: 941-207-1218 rdupont@venicegondolier.com PUBLISHER GLEN NICKERSON PHONE: 941-207-1010 FAX: 941-484-8460 LETTERS WELCOMELetters to the editor are welcome on virtually any subject. They must be signed and give the writers address and telephone number for verification. Letters of more than 250 words may be edited for length. We do not publish letters that condemn or praise business service. We do not publish poetry, open letters or letters to third parties. Letters from the same person will not be published more than once a month. Send or bring your letter to the Venice Gondolier Sun, 200 E. Venice Ave., Venice FL 34285. You can also fax signed letters to 941-484-8460 or email them to rdupont@ venicegondolier.com. For more information, call 941-207-1000. OUR VIEWUpdated sex offender registry is a useful toolGiven the recent spate of local arrests on child porn charges, it was welcome news to learn Monday that the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has upgraded its sexual offenders and predators search website. The site „ Offender.FDLE. State.FL.US „ allows the public to check whether someone is an offender or predator and, if so, “nd out his or her address, date of birth, convictions and vehicle information. It comes with a photo and a physical description, including identifying marks. Its also possible to do a search by address up to a “ve-mile radius. That search parameter for the Gondolier Sun s address, 200 East Venice Avenue, showed more than 30 registrants, with the vast majority of them classi“ed as offenders. Under Florida law, a sex offender is someone convicted of a crime ranging from sexual misconduct to sexual battery to transmission of child pornography to human traf“cking. A sexual predator is someone who has been convicted of a sexually violent offense and been designated a predator by court order. The term also applies to someone who has been civilly committed under Floridas Jimmy Ryce Sexually Violent Predator Act. Offenders and predators are required to register their whereabouts at least twice a year, generally for life, and predators and some offenders must report to the local sheriffs of“ce four times a year. Failing to do so is a felony. The site has links to national and state registries and connects visitors to forms to sign up for an alert if a predator moves into their neighborhood. They can also register to receive Amber Alerts for child abductions; Blue Alerts, when a law enforcement of“cer has been killed or seriously injured or is missing in the line of duty and a dangerous suspect is still at large; missing child alerts, regarding children whose whereabouts are unknown but without evidence of a kidnapping; and Silver Alerts, about a missing person who suffers from an irreversible deterioration of intellectual faculties.Ž We applaud the FDLEs effort to help the public stay better informed, especially to the extent it will help to protect our children. While school shootings command headlines, children are more at risk from offenders and predators than someone with a gun. Being able to identify the people who are known to have committed sexual offenses empowers the community at large, and parents in particular, to take appropriate steps to reduce the risk. Visit Offender.FDLE.State. FL.US as soon as possible to take advantage of this updated tool in the battle against sex crimes. Feeling dumber? Blame TV commercialsThe dumbing down and fattening up of America „ yes, I know this is a strange lead-in. But, if you think about it, and really look around, you will see what I mean. No, Im not going the political route here. That speaks for itself. I will, however, lay a lot of the blame on television commercials. True, they are needed to bring you regular programs but then again, pretty much lately, there is practically more commercial time during a program than program time itself. That gives them plenty of time to direct their (sometimes) inane babble at the viewing audience. Have you ever watched a commercial and actually paid attention to it? Ya, me neither. Sometimes, they repeat the same commercial so many times my eyes glaze over and roll back into my head after the first three seconds, and I shut down until the programs themselves come back on. Have you ever wondered who the heck the target audience is? Some of the commercials are so stupid that one thinks the Madison Avenue ad agencies must be targeting morons. Yup, dumbing down in its fullest form. I wont say finest formŽ because theres nothing fineŽ about it. During the day, we are being conditioned, subliminally or directly, almost every hour of the day, to eat. No wonder we are a nation that tends toward obesity. We are continually bombarded by commercials for food. At night, about an hour or so after supper, and for the rest of the evening, along with the regular food commercials, we get hit with commercials for breakfast food. Gotta get that idea planted, so when you wake up, youre already programmed for some outrageous calorie ladened meal or another. Then theres the snacks and overly sugared drink ads that are reminding us that were hungry, thirsty or bored enough to go in search of something to slake the urge imprinted on us by the constant barrage of tempting commercials. That is, of course, for those who watch daytime TV. But, it works the same for the night time ones as well. Ever notice that no matter how full you are after supper, that after watching enough commercials, you find yourself needing a snack of some sort, even when there hasnt been a food commercial for a few minutes? Its almost as if they really are broadcasting subliminal messages. The commercials appear to be working, though probably more so for food than for other products. When was the last time you ran out and bought a vehicle because of a commercial? Now think back. When was the last time you went to an advertised fast food place, or regular restaurant for some tasty morsel or another you saw on the telly? Yup „ working At one time, during the Super Bowl, the commercials were worth watching, as they were fun, intelligent, or entertaining. Even those have now gone downhill and trend toward the more moronic styles. Point in fact „ Puppy Monkey BabyŽ „ need I say more? We are a nation constantly bombarded with messages that twist, turn, and direct us in whatever direction, or way of thinking, the corporations and other powers that beŽ want us to go, and that is the shame of it. Sadly, it has become a way of life here in America. Dumb em down and fatten em up.Ž And most dont even see it coming. € € € Meredith W. Nicholson is a regular photographer for the Venice Gondolier Sun. You can reach her at thirteen5113@ gmail.com.VENICE HIGH HAS ADDED A BUNCH OF NEW SPORTS TEAMS. ARE THERE OTHERS THAT SHOULD BE ADDED? CALL US AT 941-207-1111.Editors Note: The number for the Let em Have It Line is 941-207-1111. Please keep your comments to 200-250 words. Some people are talking several minutes, and we cannot run those comments. They literally would take up half the page you are holding. Bad Bicyclists. We see you, bicyclers. We see you taking up sidewalks when there is clearly a bike lane. We see you unable to read that big red hand at our intersection. We see you unable to read the signs before our bridges that says to walk your bike across the bridge. We see you never getting tickets from our local police. That is why I dont own a bike. Its just because of you. Did They Vote? The recent road bond and the police building have a reasonably close vote. Its interesting to note that they had approximately 40 churches and church schools, and probably some nonpro“ts, received a free pass from this bond; and I just wondered if they were not allowed to vote. It would seem if you cant participate, you shouldnt be allowed to vote, but I dont know how the council put it together. Using Students. The cartoon of March 17 portrays a profound act by American students. What it doesnt show is how left-wing activists and Democrat politicians used many students to push their own anti-amendment agenda. Good Hurricane Prep. Recently, with storm Irma, folks appeared to have been prepared well in advance of the storm. Most people who had awnings or shutters positioned them accordingly. It is the best protection that is available. The hurricane shutters and awnings being properly placed in advance of the storm will certainly reduce damage. Its called mitigation. It reduces the impact of disasters. Mitigation is the key. Well done, folks. Disrespectful Hillary. Hillarys disrespectful description of American women is disgusting. I am offended. Most likely, the majority of American women are. We are not told how to vote. We would not allow that. But we are insulted that a sore loser would use us in such a way to an audience who might understand being told what to do. American women are free citizens, and we dont want Hillary in of“ce. Drugs & Guns. It is estimated that approximately a thousand people per week are dying in this country from heroin overdoses. We have very strong laws against the sales of heroin in our country. How does this happen? It happens because criminals have made a very lucrative enterprise out of importing and selling drugs. Now, there are proposals to ban the sale of assault ri”es in this country. What makes us think that criminals are not salivating over this idea of smuggling guns in and selling them in place of people buying them legally? Number of Guns. Someone told me that banning automatic and semi-automatic weapons would not accomplish anything as there are so many in the hands of individuals right now. Im glad the pioneers didnt have the same defeatist, wimpy, helpless attitudes. Imagine the “rst river they came to: We cant get our wagons across this river, its too wide, too deep. And even if we did, theres going to be another one on the other side. Its hopeless, just hopeless.Ž Think of the railroad pioneers when they got to the Rocky Mountains: Gosh, these mountains are too high, too steep. Well never be able to bring a train through them. Thats just impossible.Ž Then, theres John F. Kennedy saying, Its just too hard to get to the moon. Dont ask you country to do something they cant ever do.Ž The NRA is a cheerleader for encouraging the slaughter of innocent people. We have rights only so far as we have responsibility. A thousand-mile journey begins with the “rst step. Take the “rst step. Get rid of the assault weapons. Be responsible. Be kind. Be smart. Dont let the voices of greed, false patriotism, jumbled statistics and political nonsense jerk you around by the nose. MISSION STATEMENTTo be the superior quality, low-cost provider of information and advertising in the local communities we serve. We will continuously improve: the value of information provided to our customers; the value and results for our advertisers; the quality of life in our communities; the return on our stockholders investment ƒ while providing a fair, challenging and rewarding workplace for productive employees.Let em Have It FDLE GRAPHICEach little house represents the location of a registered sex oender or predator within a ve-mile radius of 200 E. Venice Ave. Guest ColumnistMeredith W. Nicholson

PAGE 21

8B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONBOB HALEY As we celebrate this Easter season, I have been focusing on the images of Easter. The imagery of the empty tomb with the large rock rolled away is a perennial favorite. The empty cross is another Easter image that the saving work has been done. Today, I would suggest to you a third Easter image that is not as popular: a torn veil. In the gospel accounts, while Jesus was on the cross nearing the end and when Jesus had cried out again in a loud voice, he gave up his spirit. At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.Ž (Matthew 27:50-51) The veil „ curtain „ mentioned in this passage was the veil that separated the holy place of the temple from the Most Holy Place where God resided in the Exodus story. The construction of the tabernacle while in the wilderness was precisely detailed by God for it to be a suitable dwelling place. The construction of the veil involved blue, purple and scarlet yarn and “nely twisted linen, with cherubim angels worked into it by a skilled artisan. It was hung with gold hooks on four posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and standing on four silver bases „ a beautiful curtain that was nearly 30 feet by 60 feet in size. The “rst century Jewish historian Josephus wrote that it was as thick as the palm of a hand, and even two horses could not tear such a curtain. This curtain served as the “nal barrier between the people and the very presence of God on the other side. Once a year only, on the Day of Atonement, a single priest would make the necessary preparations to present offerings to God on the other side of the curtain. It is said this priest would wear bells on his garment and be tied with a rope. As long as the others heard the bells, they assumed him alive. Should the bells stop, the rope would be used to pull him out of the Most Holy Place. For approaching God is not a simple matter. His holiness demands that sin be eliminated from his presence. Our own righteousness is like “lthy rags before God. We are undone by our own shame before a perfect God. The very presence of God was with His people but there was this veil in place to protect us. Yet upon Jesus death, that veil was torn in two from top to bottom. I “nd it interesting that it was from top to bottom: torn from God down to man. The veil that had served as a barrier between God and the people is now open. We have full access to God through the perfect sacri“ce of Jesus Christ, our High Priest. I will close with the writings from Hebrews chapter 10: Therefore, brothers, since we have con“dence to enter the Most Holy Place by the blood of Jesus, by a new and living way opened for us through the curtain, that is, his body, and since we have a great priest over the house of God, let us draw near to God with a sincere heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled to cleanse us from a guilty conscience and having our bodies washed with pure water. Let us hold unswervingly to the hope we profess, for he who promised is faithful.Ž Bob Haley is assistant pastor of Christ United Methodist Church, Venice; ChristVenice.com.The torn veil € The Story of JesusŽ passion play will run April 6-7, 13-14, 20-21 at Cattlemens Arena, Wauchula, Florida. Call 863-375-4031; see trailer on YouTube or Facebook. € David and Michele Pruyn and their band will perform Back to Barry, Billy, and the BeatlesŽ Sunday, April 15, 7 p.m., at Bay Point Church, 208 Palm Ave., Nokomis. They will perform the songs of Barry Manilow, Billy Joel, and the Beatles. Tickets are $25, at the door. Call 941-488-4137. € Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice invites the public to join an 11-day Collette Colors of MoroccoŽ tour Nov. 7-17. Highlights include Casablanca, the Sahara and High Atlas Mountains, exotic marketplace shopping and a camel ride to a desert encampment. Those who book by April 9 save $350 each. Contact joelmorrison@comcast.net or 941-497-6337. RELIGION BRIEFSRELIGION CONTACT US 941-207-1110 religion@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSPopular Gaither Homecoming artist Allison Speer is scheduled to wrap and highlight the 2018 Winter Concert Series “nale hosted by First Baptist Church of Venice. Speer performs on Sunday, April 8, during a special 6 p.m. free concert. As an integral singer and storyteller in the well-known Gaither Homecoming videos series, Speer has been featured on multiple TV broadcast networks including TBN, INSP and GAC. A video series has garnered commercial acclaim, earning Billboard Magazines top spot for video sales. Speers career as a successful Christian recording artist began in Parksville, Kentucky, and has taken her to many of North Americas largest stages and venues. In addition, her travels have extended throughout the world where she has participated in multiple humanitarian aid trips to Russia, Bosnia, the Philippines, and South Africa, among others. We are all delighted to welcome Allison to Venice and look forward to the marvelous message she will deliver in both story and song,Ž said First Baptist Church Worship Pastor Matt McKenzie. She is truly a gifted and anointed communicator who uses her rich and heartfelt voice to convey Gods love for us. She also shares and engages her audience with good, down-home stories about simpler times that are sure to warm the heart.Ž The concert will be held at the First Baptist Church of Venice downtown sanctuary, 312 Miami Ave. Seating is available on a “rst-come, “rst-serve basis; advance reservations are not required. For more information, call 941-485-1314 or visit: FBCVenice.org.Allison Speer to perform in VeniceFROM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH PHOTO PROVIDEDAllison Speer. COURTESY PHOTOAfter 22 years of marriage, Joyce and Patrick Keigher renew their vows on March 17, 2018. The event took place at Epiphany Cathedrals Santa Maria Chapel. Participants include Deacon Paul Consbruck, left, Diane Nuelle, Patrick Keigher, Father Jack Costello, Joyce Keigher, Bill Eaton and Diane Eaton.Couple renews wedding vowsNearly two dozen young members of First Christian Church of Venice held a Homeless Awareness Box City overnight on the church property Friday, March 23. The purpose was to try to experience what being homeless felt like. Armed only with what they could put in a plastic shopping bag and a sleeping bag/ pillow, the youth were to build a shelter from discarded cardboard boxes and duct tape. It was sunny and pleasant at 3:30 p.m., and everyone was in high spirits. The challenge to create something out of nothing quickly caught on and very interesting structures grew. During this exercise, there were to be no electronics. If someone was caught using a cell phone or such, they would be arrestedŽ and put in jailŽ (also made of cardboard) and held until they were bailed out. They could make one call. Food for the homeless kids was provided in the church soupŽ kitchen at specified times with limits on quantities. However, hot dogs on a grill, rolls, chips, and drinks were available to adults for a small fee, but they were not to share with the youth, enhancing the contrast in their situations. Jonathan Foster said this about his experience: I learned how difficult it can be to live outside in a box. Homeless people every day have to worry about what theyre going to eat, where theyre going to sleep, and are usually unwelcome in most places. I learned how blessed we are to have a roof over our head, and a home to come back to. It can be a very difficult life, and it gave me more respect for what some of these people go through.ŽYoung members of First Christian Church experiment with being homelessFROM FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rena Kotti, left, Kelly Boucher, Erickelle Martin and Frannie Fletcher prepare to sleep overnight outdoors in a makeshift cardboard box bedroom at First Christian Church.PHOTOS COURTESY OF FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCHDrew Mulvihill, Cameron Berg and Stefan Nikolenko create a makeshift cardboard box bedroom on the grounds of First Christian Church. The plan was to sleep outdoors overnight to experience some of what many homeless people endure. adno=54530075 Rev. Dr. John Guerre, Lead Pastor 208 Palm Ave., Nokomis 941-488-4137 SUNDAYBlended Service 9:00 AM Contemporary Service 10:30 AM Childrens Church 9:00 AM & 10:30 AMwww.baypointchurch.com You are always welcomed here where Jesus is Lord CHRIST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Youre Invited Michael T. Hudson, Pastor Denvil Farley, Associate Pastor Bob Haley, Assistant Pastor Sunday Traditional Worship Services 7:30 and 11:00 am Contemporary Service 9:00 am Sunday School 9:00 am & 10:00 am Nursery Provided for All Services Parking shuttle provided 493-7504 1475 Center Road, Venice www. christvenice.com adno=54530087 Please visit www.fbcvenice.org for current service times & ministries. 312 W. Miami Ave, Venice 941-485-1314 www.fbcvenice.org adno=54530088 adno=54530086 Worship: Saturday 5:00 pm € Sunday 8:30 am, 10:00 am and 11:00 amSunday School 9:30 am € Adult Ed 10:00 am 790 Tamiami Trl. S., Venice € On the Island! www.emmanuel-elca.org. 941-488-4942adno=54530085€ ELCA

PAGE 22

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 9B SOLUTION TO TODAY'S 7 LITTLE WORDS SOLUTION TO TODAY'S JUMBLE SOLUTION TO TODAY'S CRYPTOQUIP SOLUTION TO TODAY'S KENKEN SOLUTION TO TODAY'S CHALLENGER SOLUTION TO TODAY'S SUDOKU SOLUTION TO TODAY'S CROSSWORDQ 1 Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: AK 7 6 K Q 9 J 9 6 Q 6 5Right-hand opponent opens one spade. What call would you make? AIts a bit dangerous, but you have to take responsibility for your values. Bid one no trump. Q 2 East-West vulnerable, as South, you hold: J 8 3 2 Q 8 6 3 K 7 6 5 4Partner opens one spade and righthand opponent doubles. What call would you make? AYou would have responded had right-hand opponent passed, but only as a courtesy. This hand is not worth a free bid. Pass. Q 3 North-South vulnerable, as South, you hold: AK 8 4 AK J AQ J 8 6 9 WESTNORTHEASTSOUTH 3 PassPass?What call would you make? AShould you double, partner will always bid clubs. Its the law! Maybe hell have a club stopper. Bid three no trump. Q 4 Both vulnerable, as South, you hold: Q 9 8 7 2 AJ 3 9 7 5 2 5 NORTHEASTSOUTHWEST 1NTPass2 *Pass 2 Pass? *Transferto spadesWhat call would you make? AYou might have a game on some magical day, but thats not the way to bet. Pass. Q 5 North-South vulnerable, as South, you hold: AK Q 7 3 A7 6 9 3 2 J 2 SOUTHWESTNORTHEAST 1 Pass2 Pass ?What call would you make? AShould partners bid be game forcing, bid three hearts to show a little extraŽ. If not, bid four hearts to be sure that you reach game. Q 6 East-West vulnerable, as South, you hold: Q 9 7 Q J 10 7 Q 5 2 Q 10 9Partner opens one spade and righthand opponent bids two hearts. What call would you make? ADont be dazzled by the array of honor cards and intermediates. This aceless, kingless, flat hand is only worth a simple raise. Bid two spades. (Bob Jones welcomes readers responses sent in care of this newspaper or to Tribune Content Agency, LLC., 16650 Westgrove Dr., Suite 175, Addison, TX 75001.)SOLUTION TO GOREN BRIDGEPUZZLE ANSWERS Puzzles on pages 27-28OneBlood needs all types of blood donations. Donating blood takes about an hour. Every donor receives a mini-physical and a screening with each donation, and all donors receive a thank you gift. Donations are taken at 4155 South Tamiami Trail, Venice Village Shoppes. Call 941-492-9202 or go to OneBlood.org for Big Red Bus bloodmobile dates, times and information. THE BIG RED BUS SCHEDULE SunCoast Blood Bank sends out its bloodmobile to various locations. For a schedule of dates and times, call 941-7354223 or visit: SCBB.org. „ From SunCoast Blood Bank BLOOD BANK SCHEDULE SAVE LIVES. GIVE BLOOD. The Venice High Renaissance Team recognized the following students for the week of April 2: Hannah Donelan, Gabriella Devrires, Ronica Smith, Bam Buford, Savannah Goulet Belden, Michelle Krumholz, Charles Barber, Sophia Fraser, Daniel Stone, Bryce Elliott, Cody Roach, Mariah Weis, Anna Battaglia, Logan Salazar, Vanessa Dernberger, Kenneth Guido and Alec Roland. These students were selected by their teachers for exemplifying the spirit of Venice High School this week. They exhibit Renaissance Character: kindness, empathy, perseverance, optimism, responsibility, and or dedication to self and communal improvement. A drawing was held and Michelle Krumholz received a gift card to BrewBurgers (the official burger of the Venice Indians), compliments of Mike Bacon. Ronica Smith received a gift card to British Open Pub, compliments of Kelly Oliver. Cody Roach received a Renaissance shirt compliments of Frank and Elaine Pagliaro. All of the students received a complimentary yogurt from The Skinny Dip Frozen Yogurt Bar. If you would like to help support the Renaissance movement at VHS, contact the Venice High School Renaissance Team: Chris Lorenz, Christine Botti, Kara Mopps or Brenda Bartlett at 941-488-6726. Thank you to the community members that have already offered to support the program.Renaissance students honoredFROM VENICE HIGH SCHOOL PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE HIGH SCHOOLRenaissance students for the week of April 2 are: Hannah Donelan, front left, Gabriella Devrires, Ronica Smith, Bam Buford (kneeling), and Savannah Goulet Belden, back left, Michelle Krumholz, Charles Barber, Sophia Fraser and Daniel Stone. Not pictured are: Bryce Elliott, Cody Roach, Mariah Weis, Anna Battaglia, Logan Salazar, Vanessa Dernberger, Kenneth Guido and Alec Roland. The seventh grade students at Epiphany Cathedral School have raised over $5,000 for The Iron Giraffe Challenge. This nationwide fundraiser supports Water for South Sudan, a non-pro“t organization founded by Salva Dut, one of the Lost Boys from the Second Sudanese Civil War (1985-2005). After reading Linda Sue Parks book, A Long Walk to Water,Ž and learning that some villages in South Sudan do not have direct access to clean drinking water, the students accepted the initial challenge to raise $1,000 to help build a water well. By creating, planning, and running fundraising events throughout the school year, the students shattered their original goal and decided to raise enough to build an entire well, a lofty target of $5,000. With the help of the entire Epiphany Cathedral School community and very generous donations by Epiphany Cathedral parishioners, the students succeeded in raising $5,106.80. The money has been sent to the organizations headquarters in Rochester, New York. The well is scheduled for drilling and installation next school year.About the schoolEpiphany Cathedral School is a Catholic school in the Diocese of Venice under the direction of Bishop Frank J. Dewane, Superintendent Dr. Kristy Swol, and Principal Mary Caren Heffner. Epiphany Cathedral School provides excellence in education, which nurtures a loving relationship with God and builds a caring community that serves others.Students raise $5,000 for water in SudanFROM EPIPHANY CATHEDRAL SCHOOL PHOTO COURTESY OF EPIPHANY CATHEDRAL SCHOOLSeventh graders at Epiphany Cathedral School raised over $5,000 for a water well in South Sudan through The Iron Girae Challenge.Three top-rated bluegrass bands are scheduled to perform on Saturday, April 28, at Craigs RV Resort, located 7 miles north of Arcadia, on U.S. 17. This months Heartland Bluegrass Bash features the Southwind Bluegrass Band, the Heartland Jam Band, and the Jacksonian Music Factory. The music begins at 1 p.m. in the outdoor shaded pavilion at Craigs RV. Bring lawn chairs for seating. Admission to the Heartland Bluegrass Bash concert is free for members of the Heartland Bluegrass Association. A $7 per person donation is requested of non-members. The membership fee to join the Heartland Bluegrass Association is $25 per household per year. The Heartland Bluegrass Bash takes place the 4th weekend every month yearround (fifth weekend in December). Come for the day to Craigs RV Resort or bring your RV for the entire weekend and join in the bluegrass jam sessions on Friday and Saturday nights. Slow jams and instrument workshops are featured on Saturday morning. The camping fee at Craigs is only $25 a night with electric and water hookups, and $7 a night for dry (no-hookup) campsites. Directions: From State Road 70 in Arcadia, take U.S. 17 North 7.1 miles. Turn left on Cubitis Ave. Turn right immediately into entrance to Craigs RV Resort. For more information, call 941467-2051, Email: heartlandbluegrass@ gmail.com, or visit: HeartlandBluegrass.org.Bluegrass Bash set for April 28FROM HEARTLAND BLUEGRASS COURTESY PHOTOBrian Hartlieb, left, Jim Reece, Carol Schmuhl, Bob Barrett, and Larry Salvatore, members of the Southwind Bluegrass Band, will be at the Heartland Bluegrass Bash.

PAGE 23

10B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION New Custom Homes From $169,900. on Your Lot or Ours. Custom 3/2/2, 1600+ sf Classic Series. Prompt Delivery. Reliance Project Mgm`t Call Today For Plans & Your Tour! CGC#1512533941-468-8300 ONLY $169,900!!!! PRIVATE NORTH PORT BEAUTY NORTH PORT 5627 HIDDEN OAK COURTBeautiful Heron Creek Villa, built in 2003 with 2 bdrm 2 baths plus den, 1657 sq ft with lovely lanai and 2 car garage, larger lot 13,174 sq ft. Maintenance included in fee and furniture negotiable. $185,000Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty PENDING PORT CHARLOTTE 24531 SUNRISE DR.Suncoast Lakes, gated, deed-restricted community offers this pristine, upgraded 2051 sq ft home with panoramice lake view, 161 ft on the water! Huge lanai (800 sq ft), 3 bdrms, plus den, 2 baths, 2 car garage. Dont miss this one!! $289,900 Call Pat Walker, 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty OPEN SAT & SUN 1-4 PM WOODMERE AT JACARANDA VENICE3730 CADBURY CIR UNITS REDUCED TO SELL #324 TO 274,900 2100 sf 3 BEDROOM 21‡2 BATH CONDO W/WOOD FLOORING THRU OUT THE UNIT #306 TO 153,000 DESIRABLE TURN KEY UNITŽ W/BALCONY AND EXTRA DINING ROOM AREA. GREAT FOR A SNOWBIRD OR EMPTY NESTER. Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway A PACKAGE OF SUPERLATIVES! NORTH PORT 7818 TAPLIN AVE.Great location. Quality construction. Meticulously maintained. Easy living all wrapped up in this gorgeous 1800 SF Windemere 3/2/2 with pool and heated waterfall spa on fully fenced lot. Includes 2nd lot all for $259K. Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 REDUCED GORGEOUS COMMUNITY! NORTH PORT 3/2/2in Gated Villas of Sabal Trace. Fully Furnished, Large Lanai 1487 Sq Ft u/a. Maintenance Free, High Impact Windows, Hurricane Protection. All Appliances, HVAC and Hot Water Heater Updated. Move-in Ready. $217,000 941-429-2211 OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 PM DEEP CREEK1493 Navigator Rd Beautiful New Construction Home on Deep Creek Golf Course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage. 2,000 sq ft. with all custom upgrades $299,900 941-626-7682 LEMON BAY LOT EXTRA-LARGE TRACT ON SAFETY HARBOR Abutting Lemon Bay. Deep Water, Bay Views, New Seawall, 2 mins. to ICW, 6 mins. to Gulf. Approved For Up to 5 Waterfront Residences. Price Reduced By More Than $100,000. NOW ONLY $469,900. Owner Moving. Brokers Welcome. 941-769-0200 CONVENIENTLY LOCATED PORT CHARLOTTE $209,500Almost NEW, Best Price!! Built in 2015. Villa Milano is a lovely gated, deed restricted community so convenient to all things! The 1874 sq ft 3 bd, 2 bath, 2 car garage home enjoys a huge 10x30 screened lanai. Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty BURNT STORE MEADOWS! PUNTA GORDA $285,000 Built Strong In 2004, This Lovely, Beautifully Maintained 3 Bd, 2 Bath, 2 Car Gar, Pool And Spa Home Is Located In A Quiet Cul De Sac. Almost 1900 Sq Ft, Great Room Plan, Split Bedrooms, Nicely Landscaped. Can Be Sold Furnished!! Dont Miss Out!! Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty WATERFRONT ONE OF THE MOST INEXPENSIVE, NEWEST WATERFRONT HOMES ON THE MARKET!2006 POOL HOME 3/2/2 with over 1,700 SqFt of Living Area. Nice Upgrades throughout and gorgeous expansive water views! Only 1 Mile and 1 bridge to the open waters of the Charlotte Harbor and Gulf of Mexico! $329,000 Call Brady McGuire 941-204-5840 RE/MAX Palm Realty YOU WONT BE DISAPPOINTED! PORT CHARLOTTE SUNCOAST LAKES 2708 Suncoast Lakes Blvd. Deed Restricted Gated Community, beautiful, upgraded, tastefully decorated with many custom features! 3 bd plus den/of“ce, 2 baths, expanded brick paver lanai, 2 car gar. 2213 sq ft of living space. Master bath totally redone. IMPACT glass windows and sliders! $279,000 PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 € REMAX ANCHOR REALTY NEW CONSTRUCTION! PORT CHARLOTTE 22301 HALLSTEAD AVEJust completed! Almost 1700 sq ft, 3 bd, 2 bath 2 car gar. Tiled throughout! Granite counters, stainless appliances,soft close drawers and doors,pavers on driveway and walkways and lanai. Great neighborhood! $249,500 Call PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY LUXURY LIVING ON LEMON BAY ENGLEWOOD GARDENS 1778 BAYSHORE DR, $1,299,500.00 THIS GATED ESTATE ON THE SHORE OF LEMON BAY IS LIKE THREE HOUSES IN ONE! INSPIRED BY BEAU RIVAGE RESORT. WHAT YOU FIND ONCE YOU GET HERE WILL MAKE YOU WANT TO STAY. NANCY HYDE REALTOR PAR SLEY-BALDWIN REALT Y CELL 941.539.9616 PRIVATE WINTER GETAWAY RENT THIS LIKE NEWŽ Very large, 2 bed/2 bath private home. Beautifully appointed and turnkey. Heated pool. Cape Haze area just minutes to Boca Grande. Close to many beaches and bay. Bring your boat. Private garage. Large deck with lake view. Renting October 2018 through March 2019. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE CALL 941-769-0200 PEACEFUL & SERENE! PORT CHARLOTTE PRESQUE ISLE LAKE Living room, family room, wood-burning “replace. Spacious kitchen dining area affords a panoramic view of pool and lake. Split bedroom ”oor plan w/ master suite. This lake-fed irrigation system home is on an oversized lot. Top of the line HomeDome observatory, complete w/ a 12Ž Meade LX200 telescope. $279,900 Sharon Kerr 941-286-7315 Coldwell Banker Sunstar OPEN BY APPOINTMENT 6952 PAN AMERICAN BLVD REDUCED TO $5 49,900CUSTOM BUILT ESTATE 3100 SQ FT. 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATH, WITH JUNIOR SUITE DOCK & BOAT LIFT ON THE MYAKKA HUTCH RIVER. NO BRIDGES TO GULF, ALL SOLID HARDWOOD FLOORS, HEATED INGROUND POOL WITH SPA. Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway OPEN BY APPOINTMENT! 742 AVENIDA ESTANCIA #112 VENICE € TURNKEY € Estancias of Capri Isles. Very Desirable 2BR/2BA End unit with lots of sunlight and great golf course views. DEBRA VILLARI 609-458-4627 BERKSHIRE HATHAWAY BEST LOCATION IN GATED COMMUNITY PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 Mille Fiore Blvd., Waterfront with ultimate privacy in NW Port Charlottes expanding Gate Community of Villa Milano, Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design, 2200 SF, LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room concept with formal dining room, 3 BR + Den/Of“ ce. Low HOA ($98/mo) $340K Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 REDUCED ROTONDA WATERFRONT SIX ROTONDA WATERFRONT LOTSAll In Newest Upscale White Marsh Neighborhood. NO FLOOD ZONES For Econ. Builds & No Flood Insurance. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION Owner/Builder Retiring! NOW FROM $29,600. 941-769-0200 RARELY AVAILABLE! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC3BR, 2BA, 2nd Floor Spacious 1,289 Sq. Ft, A/C Almost Totally Updated Since 2014 Wooded & Tennis Court View Reduced To $149,900 Barb McHenry 941-833-1667 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty POOL HOME ON CANAL 518 BOUNDARY BLVD. Rotonda West 3/2/2/Pool Home on Canal $333,900 Sharon Rodgers 941-716-7731 REALTOR Michael Saunders & Co. OPEN HOUSE SAT & SUN 1 2-4 PM Top Selling Golf, Riverfront, Lifestyle CommunityŽVisit our Four (4) Open Houses this Weekend!Priced from $100,000s to $1,000,000. Close to Gulf Beaches and Marinas. Stop at Guard Gate for Inventory Flyer & Map. 4 miles East of 41 on 776 at the Newly Installed Stoplight. 941-743-9663 or 1-800-874-1869RIVERWOOD REALTY € Condominiums € Villas € Single Family Homes € Estate Homes OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 4/8 12-3PM 4841 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 4.52 Acres in Punta Gorda w/home, open “eld and woods. Build outbuilding for cars, barn, workshop. Near town and 1-75. $399,000 Ann Keohan 941-441-6867 Premier Sothebys Realty OPEN MON.-SAT. 11AM-4PM 195 HARBOR BLVD. PORT CHARLOTTE3/2/2 Oversized Garage, Designer Ceiling, Travertine Floors, Solid Wood Cabinetry, Granite, Impact Glass, Spray Foam Insulation. MODEL HOME $240,000 Call Julia 941-258-3739 PUNTA GORDA POOL HOME PUNTA GORDA3/2.5/1 + Extra Lot! New in 2016 Pool & Cage. Everything New! Cabinets, SS Appl., Granite, 90% Tile, Repipe & Landscaping. Gorgeous Inside & Out! Community Boat Ramp. $234,000 941-661-2667 GARDENS OF GULF COVE! 6220 C ORALBERRY TERRACE 33981 POOL HOME. 2/2 ON CANAL MOVE IN READY $164,900. CALL LISTING AGENT RON DENICHILO CELL 201-390-9544 Keller-Williams € rwho25@yahoo.com OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 PM 20520 C APELLO DR. Venetian Falls Luxurious 2 BR / 2 BA Home with 2 Car Garage. Beautiful Open Floor Plan, Tile Thoughout with Large Screened In Lanai. $314,900 Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathawayadno=719477

PAGE 24

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 11B SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders) is announcing an exciting and rewarding opportunity to make a difference in the lives of elders and people with disabilities in Southwest Florida. The SHINE Program is seeking volunteers to assist Medicare bene“ciaries, their families, and caregivers in Sarasota and Charlotte Counties. SHINE is an award-winning information and counseling program that is administered by the Florida Department of Elder Affairs and operated locally by the Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida (AAASWFL). SHINE volunteer counselors provide free, unbiased, con“dential Medicare counseling and other health insurance counseling and information to help Medicare bene“ciaries, their families and caregivers understand their health care options. SHINE volunteers have the opportunity to perform a variety of functions, including providing counseling on Medicare, Medicaid, health insurance, prescription drug plans, and long-term care planning. SHINE volunteers may also deliver educational presentations in the community and participate in health fairs and outreach events. In 2017, 60 local SHINE volunteers helped over 9,400 clients in Southwest Florida. In total, the AAASWFL SHINE volunteers provided more than 5,750 hours of counseling last year. Requirements to become a SHINE volunteer include an interest in helping seniors and people with disabilities, along with basic computer knowledge and internet navigation skills. A background in health care or insurance is not required. Specialized training and informational materials are provided to all SHINE volunteers. The ability to speak Spanish or other languages is helpful, but not necessary. Potential SHINE volunteers may contact Camilita Aldridge, SHINE Liaison, at 239-652-6900 for more information about volunteer opportunities or to apply. Volunteer applications can also be found at the State of Floridas SHINE website at: FloridaShine.org.Area Agency on AgingThe Area Agency on Aging for Southwest Florida is a nonpro“t organization serving Charlotte, Collier, DeSoto, Glades, Hendry, Lee, and Sarasota counties. AAASWFL is the states designated Aging and Disability Resource Center for Southwest Florida. The organization is committed to helping adults ages 60 and over and people with disabilities to live with independence and dignity in their own homes and communities. For more information, call the toll-free Helpline, 866-413-5337 (866-41-ELDER) or visit: AAAsw”.org.Medicare counseling program seeks volunteersFROM AREA AGENCY ON AGING April 1 marked federally sanctioned Donate Life Month. Throughout the month, LifeLink of Florida honors the spirit of those individuals who make transplants possible „ organ, tissue and eye donors. LifeLink celebrates the lives of recipients fortunate enough to have received a second chance at life thanks to the generosity of an organ donor; remembers the heroes of organ and tissue donation whose legacies live on in the lives of those they helped save; and calls attention to the more than 115,000 men, women and children who still wait. Over 5,800 patients wait in Florida alone. Today, we encourage everyone to take action to save lives. One organ donor can potentially save the lives of eight people and improve the lives of 70 more through tissue donation. Donation, with the primary exception of living kidney donation, occurs after death and deciding to register as a donor does not impact your medical care should you become ill or injured in an accident. People of all ages can choose to donate and help others in need, and donation is supported by all major religions as a personal choice and act of generosity. Donation places no “nancial burden on the donors family. Last year, nearly 35,000 lives were saved throughout the country thanks to organ donation, and thousands more were improved through tissue transplantation. Sadly, 22 people die each day because of a lack of available organs for transplant. As tens of thousands of patients await throughout the U.S. for their chance to receive the Gift of Life through kidney, heart, lung, liver, pancreas and/or small intestine transplants, we each have the opportunity to help make a lifesaving difference for critically ill patients simply by registering as organ and tissue donors. Registration can be done during a driver license transaction while at the local driver license of“ce or online at: DonateLifeFlorida.org. For more information, call LifeLink of Florida at 800-262-5775 or visit: LifeLinkFoundation.org.April marks National Donate Life MonthFROM LIFELINK FOUNDATIONMusic From the Past Back to Barry, Billy, and the BeatlesŽ will be performed in concert by local favorites David and Michele Pruyn and their band, Sunday, April 15, at 7 p.m. at Bay Point Church, 208 Palm Ave., Nokomis. Music lovers are in for a nostalgic evening “lled with memorable songs from Barry Manilow, Billy Joel, and the Beatles. Admission is $25, at the door. For more information, call 941-488-4137.Blue Suede ShoesFlorida Studio Theatre, 1241 N. Palm Ave., Sarasota, has extended Blue Suede ShoesŽ again, taking audiences back to the birth of rock n roll with tributes to Chuck Berry and Elvis Presley. Rocking revue is playing in the Goldstein Cabaret through April 15. Tickets are available by phone (941) 366-9000, at the Box Office, or at: FloridaStudioTheatre. org. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS Each week, campers will participate in daily physical activities to strenghen their bodies and minds, learn about healthy habits, have fun with science, crafts and so much more. to be a summer your child will never forget. VENICE € ENGLEWOOD PORT CHARLOTTEwww.SWFLYMCA.org50%OFFREGISTRATION FEENOW THRU APRIL 30THpromo code SUM18adno=54534858 WATERFRONT LOTS NORTH PORT WATERFRONTLots from $44,900. Central € Peaceful Great View and Privacy for Your Future Home. 1500-4000 sq ft. No Flood Insurance Sunpoint Homes Inc. 239-405-3631 PENDING PUNTA GORDA ISLES Luxury ground ”oor Villa, in Tarpon Cove. 3 bdrm 2 bath, 2 car gar. with lovely lake view. Spacious, over 2000+ sq ft open ”oor plan. Well appointed large kitchen. Lovely lanai, lots of storage. Immaculate. Great Price $325,000 FIRM PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY LAST BEST COMMERCIAL LOT! LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANTS CROSSINGAlmost an acre at 1599 Placida Rd. (Rt. 775) Englewood across from Publix and Bealls. Water, sewer and turning lane in place. Ideal for multi-unit building(s), of“ce, or condos. Neighboring lots priced at $1.8 and $1.9 million dollars!!! Our  GIVE-AWAY-PRICE Ž only $379,000 with short term “nancing possible. 941-769-0200 LOT FOR SALE ROTONDA SHORES 3415 ETHLYN LANE BACKS UP TO A 200+ ACRE WILDLIFE PRESERVE. NICE, QUIET, CLEAN NEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY $24,900 AND NO HOA FEES. 941-769-0200 COASTAL CAPE HAZE CONDO STUNNING LUXURY CONDO2B/2BA w/oversized priv garage, supersize priv storage room & full laundry.Totally refurbished! All new stainless appliances, water heater, all new tropical furniture & accessories. Turn key ready to the last detail. Everywhere you look is new! Gated, pool, spa, tennis & pickleball, clubhouse & lots more. Act quickly, only $169,900. Only minutes to beach & bay (just across the street!) 941-769-0200 IMPECCABLY MAINTAINED! HERITAGE OAK PARK-PC Lakefront 3br/2ba 2nd Floor, Spacious 1,207 Sq. Ft Excellent Condition! One Owner! Carport/Elevator$165,000 Barb McHenry 941-833-1667 Coldwell Banker Sunstar Realty OWNER IS READY TO MOVE! NORTH PORT 5206 SAN LUIS TERRACEImmaculate 1800 SF 3/2/2 pool home with city water, brand new septic and new electrival panel on lushly landscaped, fully fenced lot in family oriented neighborhood just 1‡2 mile from US-41. $249,000PATTY GILLESPIE 941-875-2755 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY CLEARED AND READY TO BUILD OSPREY WEST OF 413 Lots to Bay with Bay View and Access. Oak Canopys, Fishing Pier, 4 Parks, Upscale Homes $165,000 941-475-1379 adno=719478

PAGE 25

12B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION Venice4238 S. Tamiami TrailBehind Outback near Books-A-Million(941) 451-5070Port Charlotte1655 Tamiami TrailMurdock Medical Park across from Taco Bell(941)623-4918adno=50530321 adno=50532893

PAGE 26

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 13B

PAGE 27

14B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION C C C C C C D Lic. / Ins. 941-268-9525 2 Rooms $89 HILL TOBACCO 941-249-8916 A C C Serving South of Venice No Job Too Big or Too Small!Licensed & Insured CRC 1327653(941) 629-4966 D A A D A A D Estate Sales Antiques Collectibles Machinery Real Estate Business Liquidation Inventory Reduction Vietnam Veteran Free Verbal AppraisalsJack Robillard President Principal Auctioneer AU3437 € AB2632 A A B C C Lic. # 123956Ins.# VGMD1014G5136-1 Various Lengths 12Ž thru 32Ž € Over 25 Years Experience C D eep Cl ean Your H o m e F ro m T op T o B otto m I nsi d e Out S tarting f ro mI nitia l Cl ean94 1 2 04-80 5 7www.m rsc l eaningup co m 1st Class Cleaning ServiceHouse Clean Specials! $991 0%$ 2 0 O D iscount f or S eniors PRO PATH CONCRETE C ONCRE T C O ON C R RE RE T TE EXPERT RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL RENOVATIONS Visit:www.blueparrotconstruction.com Well Established & Many References D C C C D D E E C Cadno=719420

PAGE 28

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 15B H H F F H Mowing Only L G G H H D ARRIN P ETERSON C ONSTRUCTION INC. Rescreening Roof Coating Drywall Repair Gutter Cleaning Poly-Pebble Sealing Plumbing Fixtures Int./Ext. Painting Rotten Wood Repairs Pressue Cleaning Mobile Home Repair Electrical Fixtures Dryer Vent Cleaning Serving Sarasota CountyLicensed and Insured Garage Floors Done Right In Charlotte County over 30 years y y y 941-628-0251 Epoxy Flakes, Quartz, Silica G H M P H MOTTERNIZED LLC Home Services Specialist Text or Call Steve L H H P N P P L M M H I I The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at J L L M M M P P P P adno=719421

PAGE 29

16B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION T T R T R R P P P R Lic. / Ins. 941-661-7897Serving all areas Mosquitos conjuring near you? 9 9 R R R R R R R R R S941-303-3252 Call for a FREE estimate Licensed & Insured 10% OFF $500 OR MORE WITH COUPON MATHEWS TREE SERVICESPECIALIZES IN DANGEROUS LIMB & TREE REMOVALS over 22 YearsLic. # CCC1329187 Expert Roof Repairsat prices you can aordLicensed and Insured Call Roger2 Years unlimited Guarantee on Leaks RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC.( 941 ) 497-4553New Construction & Remodels Rusted bands & Wire Lath Repair.Spraycrete & More! PREMIER STUMP GRINDING, LLC.Let us help you have your stump removed TODAY.( 941 ) -662-9779Licensed & Insured T T T T T Semi-Retired Reasonable RatesLicensed and Insured CFC1429017 LARRYS PLUMBING941-484-5796 P P R W The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at W P P C R S T Tadno=719422

PAGE 30

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 17B Honda adno=50531332

PAGE 31

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 18B PHOTO ALBUM CONTACT US 941-207-1102 ablackwell@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERS PHOTO COURTESY OF ANRICE NELSONVenice-Nokomis Elks #1854 Lodge invited 45 veterans from local assisted living facilities to lunch one day in late March.COURTESY PHOTOMembers of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority celebrate at Boca Royale. They are: Dee Martorama, standing left, treasurer; Nancy Detotto, vice president; Julie Hilz; Jane Lachiusa, secretary; and Shirley Nicholson, seated left; Libby Rincow, and Jan Fessler, president.COURTESY PHOTOJanis Orr, seated left front, was a guest of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority members as follows: Jane Lachiusa, second left and around table, Dee Martorana, Shirley Nicholson, Libby Aincow, and Jan Fessler, president. Nancy Detotto stands. Thanksgiving and January donations included food and family help for The Salvation Army-Venice. COURTESY PHOTOAbove: Amelia Lissor, front left, (pony rider), Leila Harlan, Paula Bakos, Delores Audette, and Jean Thompson, back left, Betty Shaer, Susie Wells, Nancy Embree, Diane Glowacki, Bonnie Riggle, Martha Jamail, and Betsy Nichols model clothes by The Dress Barn in North Port, at the Venice Isle Estates Style Show and Luncheon March 27, sponsored by Beta Sigma Sorority.PHOTO COURTESY OF SHEILA NICHOLSAbove: Venice Rosebud Hues, with Queen Bee Bea Grant, seated in red, attend a Red Hat Gala high tea and fashion show at Jacaranda Country Club in early March. PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB CHRISTIANSON Carlentini Homeowners Louise Bartolotta, left, Gary Miller, Tom Overman, John Hapner, and Diana Sampers are winners of the Cornhole contest held at Capri Isles for the HOAs annual picnic March 11.PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA BROOKSHIRELeft: Snowbirds Todd and Elena Dunker, from Iowa, were guests at South Venice Yacht Club for the St. Patricks Day dance March 10. Elenas parents, Past Commodore Joe Granados and wife, Micki Granados (not pictured) enjoyed the evening with their daughter and son-in-law. PHOTO COURTESY OF JACARANDA TRACEVivian Visser shows an exceptional Pinochle hand she had while playing cut-throat (three players compared to partners) that gives each player 15 cards. An exceptional meld hand: double pinochle (30 points), a run (15 points), a 9 of trump (1 point), 100 aces (10 points) and a second marriage (4 points). She used 13 of her 15 cards, worth 60 total points. She won the game! Vivian is one of Jacaranda Traces rst residents and is also a master bridge player. PHOTO COURTESY OF LYN WEIGELMary Wilkinson and Sherri Neary enjoy a March day at golf in beautiful Venice.PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA BROOKSHIREBob and CeCe OConnor celebrate Bobs Irish heritage at South Venice Yacht Clubs St. Pats Day party, located at 4425 Yacht Club Drive, Venice. For info about the club, call the vice commodore at 610-453-1385 or visit: svyc.com. SHARE YOUR PHOTOSTo share your photo with us, email a JPG at least 4 by 6 inches with a list of who or what is in the photograph to ablackwell@venicegondolier.com, or mail photos to: Venice Gondolier Sun, Attn: Photo Album, 200 E. Venice Ave., Venice FL 34285.

PAGE 32

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 19B 7745 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota941.922.2400 Prices are plus tax, tag, title & include rebates which are subject to change. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee o f $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the dealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. D ealer not responsible for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rul es may apply. See dealer for details.www.SunsetDodgeChryslerJeep.comSERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7:00AM-6:00PM SALES HOURS: MON-FRI 8:30AM-7:00PM SAT 9:00AM-6:00PM Se habla Espaol, Bill Wagner 941-705-9095 NEW 2018 JEEP WRANGLER JK SPORT3.6L V-6, Command-Trac Shift-on-the-Fly 4WD, Full Convertible Top, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Sat Radio w/8-Speaker Sound System and Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Fog Lamps, Tilt Steering, Sport Bar with Full Padding, Theft Deterrent & more. #J18444$26,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE JOURNEY SESeven Passenger Seating, Power Windows/Locks/ Mirrors, Speed Control, Sunscreen Glass, 6-Speaker Sound System w/Touch Screen Display & Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Remote Proximity Keyless GO, Theft Deterrent System, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel & more. #D18276$16,999 SALE NEW 2018 FIAT124 SPIDER CONVERTIBLEBest Sports Car for the MoneyŽ U.S. News & World ReportsŽ Turbo Back-up Charged Camera, Rear Keyless, Wheel Speed Drive with Control near and perfect more 50/50 F1818 Weight Distribution. Tech Group, Voice Command w/Bluetooth,Backup Camera, Keyless, Speed Control and more. #F1818$25,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LSafetyTec Grp w/Blind Spot Monitoring & Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop, Back-Up Camera, 7-Passenger, Rear A/C wi/Heater, Keyless Enter-N-Go, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth Price inc $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #C1855$23,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER300 TOURING 3.6L V-6, Back-Up Camera, Keyless GO, HD Sat Radio w/6-Speaker Sound System, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Power Seat/Windows/\ Locks/Mirrors, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable, Aluminum Wheels, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel, Auto Temp Control & more. #C18154$21,999 SALE NEW 2018 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDEPower Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Rear Back-Up Camera, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Entry w/Panic Alarm, Sunscreen Glass, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Fog Lamps & More. Price includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #J18536 $19,999 SALE NEW 2017 DODGE CHARGER SE3.6L V-6 with 8Speed Automatic, Voice Command w/ Bluetooth, Aluminum Wheels, Keyless Enter n GO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors/ Seat, Theft Deterrent, Speed Control, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, 6Speaker Sound System, Tire Pressure Monitoring Display and Much More. #D17368$21,999 SALE NEW 2018 RAM QUAD CAB3.6L V-6, 8-Speed Automatic, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Speed Control, Trailer Tow with 7-Pin Wiring Harness, Theft Deterrent System, 6-Speaker Sound System, Automatic Halogen Headlamps and much more. Price Includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler #D18248$23,999 SALE MSRP $25,490 SAVE $5,491 MSRP $29,090 SAVE $7,091Kelly Blue Book & Consumers Digest Best Buy AwardMSRP $32,090 SAVE $8,091 Better Prices Bigger Selection*Prices are plus tax, tag, title. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee of $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the d ealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. Dealer not responsi ble for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rules may apply. See dealer for details. 2018 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch’ study from Kelley Blue B ook Strategic Insights. Resale Value Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. Vehicles projected resale value is speci“c to th e 2018 model year. For more information, visit www.kbb..com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc..7611 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231 Sales: Mon-Fri 8:30 7 € Sat 9-6 941-925-1234 € www.sunsetsubaru.com 2018 SubaruFORESTER 2.5i2.5i. Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Backup Camera, Speed Control, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Tilt Telescoping Steering Wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, MP3/CD, 6-Speakers, & Much More! JFA-01 #U18441SALE $22,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months 2018 SubaruIMPREZA 2.0i 4DR All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JJA-01 #U18567Lease as low as $155/mo.36 months 10,000 miles per year $1,999 due at signingNo Security Depositor Purchase for$18,999 AS LOW AS $155 Per Month Lease 2018 SubaruOUTBACK 2.5iAutomatic. All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JDB-01 #U18648SALE $25,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 63 Months on OUTBACK 2018 SubaruLEGACY 2.5iAutomatic. All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Emergency Communication System, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JAB-61 #U18367SALE $22,988 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 63 MonthsNEW SERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7-6 TECHNICIANS NEEDED 4 Day Work Week Higher PayBetter Bene“ts Subaru is Kelley Blue Books 2018 Most Trusted Brand Subaru Impreza & Subaru WRX have the best resale value in their class, according to Kelley Blue Book. All 2018 Subaru models with EyeSight and Steering Responsive Headlights are an IIHS Top Safety Pick.SUNSET MASERATI ALFA ROMEO OF SARASOTAAlfa Romeo has earned and sustained its place as one of automotives most revered names for over a century. Fueled by passion, daring invention and proven track records, Alfa Romeo continues its evolutionary strides for the pure driver in you. Sunset Maserati Alfa Romeo of Sarasota7641 S Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-924-8822www.alfaromeoofsarasota.com*Vehicle Prices Listed Are Plus Tax, Tag And Title. Prices Include Rebates. Dealer Also Charges A Pre-Delivery Service Fee Of $ 799 Which Represents Cost And Pro“t To The Dealer For Items Such As Cleaning, Inspecting And Adjusting New And Used Vehicles And Preparin g Documents Related To The Sale Or Lease. Dealer Not Responsible For Typographical Errors. Vehicles May Not Be As Pictured And Ar e Subject To Prior Sale. Financing Is With Approved Credit. Residency Rules May Apply. See Dealer For Details. All New 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio starting at MSRP $42,990Alfa Romeos Stelvio combines a luxury SUV with an innate sense of dynamic swerve and dashing style. The Stelvio takes the modern compact luxury crossover in all its elephantine two-box blandness and injects it with personality, verve, and panache. And although there are people haulers and people haulers that haul a**, none do the latter with such glamour as the Stelvio. Damn, this thing looks good.Ž Motor Trend June 2017Hands down the best pure sport sedan you can buy today.Ž Motor TrendAll New 2017 Alfa Romeo Giulia starting at MSRP $38,890Conquest Lease Special $389 per month,24mo/10K per yearThis lease payment is on a $46,190 MSRP Alfa Romeo Giulia Tl loaded with equipment. $3,495 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit. Must own a non-FCA vehicle. Top Gear Magazine named the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio The Best Car in the WorldŽ Conquest Lease Special $399 per month,24mo/10K per year$3,495 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved credit. Must own a non-FCA vehicle.# A1724 # A1850 MSRP $30,340 SAVE $8,341 MSRP $23,590 SAVE $6,001 adno=54528452

PAGE 33

20B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION Logitech G LIGHTSYNC technology takes RGB gaming immersion to new levels with the new G560 PC Speaker + G513 Mechanical Keyboard. Our goal with these two products was to complement our G502, the worlds best-selling gaming mouse,Ž said Ujesh Desai, vice president and general manager of Logitech Gaming. With LIGHTSYNC technology we are able to add real intelligence to what RGB lighting can do „ synchronizing audio and RGB lighting to on-screen gameplay. If you already own a G502, then the new G513 keyboard and G560 speakers with LIGHTSYNC are the perfect way to complete your desktop, and create a totally immersive solution.Ž Hear every detail as game designers intended with the “rst gaming speaker from Logitech G. The Logitech G560 provides 240 Watts Peak/120 Watts RMS power, which delivers sound for music and PC games, and 3D audio with DTS:X Ultra 1.0 for in-game positional audio. This improves accuracy and heightens intensity and realism, giving gamers a more immersive and fun experience. The G560 speakers are built on Logitechs 25-year heritage in designing premium audio devices. Powered by advanced LIGHTSYNC technology, the Logitech G560 synchronizes RGB lighting and audio in real time to match on-screen gameplay action. Light and animation effects can be customized across approximately 16.8 million colors, with four lighting zones. The Logitech G560 features multiple connection options, including USB, 3.5mm and Bluetooth. This, combined with built-in Logitech Easy-Switch technology, enables you to switch seamlessly between any four connected devices such as a PC, smartphone and tablet, so you can listen to your favorite playlist off your phone while playing a PC game. LIGHTSYNC technology also works with video and music content allowing you to enjoy immersive light and sound beyond gaming. The Logitech G513 takes Logitechs award-winning design in keyboards to the next level with RGB lighting and LIGHTSYNC support. The keyboard offers the choice of two Logitech G exclusive Romer-G mechanical key switches, Romer-G Tactile and Romer-G Linear. The tactile version provides soft tactile feedback during actuation for gamers who prefer direct feedback, while the linear version gives you a smooth keystroke. All Romer G keys offer fast and quiet competition-grade performance, and bright sharp lighting, all in a key that is more reliable and durable than standard mechanical switches. The switches actuate up to 25 percent faster than the leading competitor at a distance of 1.5mm, combined with a lowforce 45g actuation, to provide near-instant responsiveness. The Logitech G513 features an anodized and brushed aircraft-grade 5052 aluminum top case for a slim, premium design with rigid durability, an integrated USB extension passthrough port and an optional palm rest to deliver comfort during long sessions. The Logitech G560 PC Gaming Speaker and G513 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard are expected to be available at global retailers beginning April 2018 for suggested retail prices of $199.99 and $149.99, respectively. The keyboard is available in two colors: carbon, which is available worldwide, and silver (Romer-G Tactile only), available in select markets. For more information, visit: LogitechG.com. Logitech G, a brand of Logitech International, is the global leader in PC and console gaming gear. Logitech G provides gamers of all levels with industry-leading keyboards, mice, headsets, mousepads and simulation products such as wheels and ”ight sticks made possible through innovative design, advanced technologies and a deep passion for gaming. Founded in 1981, and headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, Logitech International is a Swiss public company listed on the SIX Swiss Exchange and on the Nasdaq Global Select Market.Logitech unveils new gaming keyboardFROM LOGITECH Look out, cowboy: Climate change campaigners are coming for your burger business. So are mushroom growers, Silicon Valley investors and the billionaire Bill Gates. All are collaborating with food companies, restaurants and chefs to promote alternatives to pure-beef hamburgers. It is a whopper of a market „ Americans eat an estimated 10 billion hamburgers a year. But the cattle industry is not going down without a “ght. It is working to highlight studies that U.S. livestock operations are the most environmentally friendly of any in the world.Ž It also is targeted ventures such as Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat, companies that tout the environmental bene“ts of their plant-based substitutes for beef. The cattle industry has started calling these products fake meatŽ and is urging federal regulators to review how they are labeled and promoted. We have no problem with what people are calling alternative proteins,Ž said Danielle Beck, a lobbyist with the National Cattlemens Beef Association. We want to make sure the marketing of these proteins is not misleading to consumers.Ž Last month, a separate group called the U.S. Cattlemens Association petitioned the U.S. Department of Agriculture to adopt stronger labeling requirements for beef and meat substitutes. The petition calls on the USDA to ensure that the terms meatŽ and beefŽ apply only to products from animals harvested in the traditional manner.Ž But the petition could be a long shot. Even if the agency ultimately sides with ranchers, the process could take years, based on past petitions, according to Beck. Meanwhile, the beef industry is being roiled by synthetic upstarts, as well as new campaigns by health and environment advocates to reduce the industrys global footprint. Current trends in meat consumption are not sustainable, either from a food security standpoint or the environment,Ž said Greg Drescher, a vice president for the Culinary Institute of America. Alternatives, ranging from synthetic meat to burgers partially made with mushrooms, he said, are sitting in plain sight.ŽBeefs footprintScientists have long linked high-beef diets to a range of health problems, including high cholesterol, heart disease and colon cancer. Whats new is awareness of Big Beefs contribution to climate change. Environmental researchers say beef production is the No. 1 agricultural source of greenhouse gases worldwide, partly because of the methane released by 988 million cows and the energy needed to grow feed for them. The cattle industrys competitors regularly highlight these impacts. Stanford University biochemist Patrick Brown, the founder of Impossible Foods, once called animal farming the worlds biggest environmental catastrophe.Ž Bill Gates, who has provided seed funding for Impossible Foods, Beyond Meat and other veggie-friendly ventures, has long written about the bene“ts of “nding plant-protein substitutes for meat. Chefs are also interested in alternatives. Paul Canales, owner of the Spanish restaurant Duende in Oakland, Calif., said his customers are mainly interested in taste, but also want him to serve foods that are sustainably produced. Last year, Canales purchased 20 pounds of Impossible Foods beef.Ž He was curious about the products key ingredient „ a plantbased, genetically modi“ed form of heme,Ž a molecule that gives beef its distinctive juicy taste. Canales said he “rst tried the Impossible beef as a burger, but there was something not right about it.Ž He then amended it with garlic, chile ”akes, cumin and bread crumbs and fried it up to make a form of crispy Spanish meatballs, served with aioli. He put it on the menu as appetizer called Albondigas Improbables,Ž not making clear he was serving veggie meatballs. People went crazy about it,Ž said Canales. We now sell 40 pounds of it a week, and a lot of customers say they didnt know it wasnt meat.Ž While some consumers are warming to beef alternatives, overall, U.S. meat consumption is on the rise. High-protein diets are the rage, and abundant grain has kept meat prices low. In January, the USDA predicted that the average U.S. consumer will eat 222 pounds of red meat and poultry in 2018, topping the record set in 2004. Richard Waite, a food researcher with the World Resources Institute, said the headlines dont tell the whole story. U.S. consumers are buying more meat, but a larger share of it is going to chicken, he said. Moreover, he said, surveys suggest that the younger generation seem to be more open to ”exitarian dietsŽ that include a larger proportion of vegetables and non-meat proteins.Blended burgersOver the last several months, Waite and his WRI colleagues have worked to popularize the blended burger,Ž a patty made of beef and about 25 to 30 percent chopped mushrooms. Theyve lined up companies such as Hilton, Sodexo and Google to embrace the blendŽ and serve it to their employees and customers, which number in the hundreds of thousands. While mushroom farming generates greenhouse gases, the climate footprint of 1 pound of beef is 30 times that of mushrooms, according to analyses of the full production cycle of both products. If the blended burger could help reduce beef consumption in the U.S. by 30 percent, WRI estimates the bene“ts would be comparable to taking 2.3 million cars off the road. Creating a more sustainable food system does not require a huge lifestyle shift,Ž Waite said. Asking every American to go vegan or vegetarian is a much bigger ask.Ž Sonic Drive-In is introducing a blended burger at its 3,500 drive-ins nationwide. Sodexo, which runs thousands of cafeterias nationwide and has a workforce of 133,000 in North America, has long had a commitment to reduce its carbon footprint. It has started purchasing a burger blend from Cargill that includes hormone-free, antibiotic-free beef and 25 percent chopped mushrooms. The company is buying about 120,000 pounds this year, and is just getting started, according to Robert Morasco, the companys senior director of culinary development. Morasco cooked up four blended burgers in a test kitchen at Sodexos U.S. headquarters in Gaithersburg, Maryland. He said his customers like that the burger contains less fat and cholesterol than a regular one. But what they really care about is the taste. It works really, really well on a ”at-top griddle,Ž Morasco said while the patties sizzled. You get a nice color on it and it retains its moisture. That is the part I love.Ž The blended burger got its early start from the Culinary Institute of America, which in 2011 started collaborating with The Mushroom Council, a trade association, on healthy menu options. They put the blended burger through rounds of tests, leading to 2012 research by an expert in the sensory impacts of food, Jean-Xavier Guinard of the University of California, Davis. Americans love burgers, but typically the options available were a 100 percent beef burger or a burger consisting of a portobello mushroom,Ž said Drescher, the Sacramento-based vice president of the Culinary Institute of America. We wanted to ask what other options were out there.Ž The blend has been a boon to mushroom growers, according to Eric Davis, a spokesman for The Mushroom Council. The council recently commissioned a poll that showed that 30 percent of those surveyed had heard of the blend.Ž Meanwhile, the 2016-17 U.S. mushroom crop was worth $1.2 billion, up 3 percent from the previous season. So far, the U.S. ranching industry hasnt locked horns with the mushroom growers. In fact, the two groups have collaborated on joint promotions for mushroom-beef dishes. The fact that these have beef in them is great,Ž said Beck, the beef cattlemens lobbyist. Becks group is more focused on the marketing efforts of synthetic beef operations. Recently, she helped produce a podcast that included a taste test of the Impossible Burger. It was salty. It was mushy. The texture was not like real beef,Ž shes heard saying in the podcast. The ranching industry is also wary of the next generation of meat companies „ those that attempt to grow meat on a consumer scale in the laboratory. One of these is Memphis Meats, a California-based company that has received funding from Gates, Richard Branson and even Cargill, a leading U.S. beef company. Beck argues theres a need for the USDA and Food and Drug Administration to sort out which agency has jurisdiction over these new ventures. This kind of lab meat is uncharted territory,Ž she said.Will meat alternatives dial back beef consumption?By Stuart LeavenworthMCCLATCHY WASHINGTON BUREAU Specializing In...Annual Rentals€ Downtown Venice Studio, Close to Beach .............................................................................. $675 mo € Nokomis Duplex 2/1, Carport, close to Nokomis Beach ..................................................... $950 mo € Sorrento East Home 2/2/1, Lanai, Great Location............................................................ $1,400 mo € Venice Island Waterfront 2/2, Carport, Near Beach......................................................... $1,450 mo € South Venice Pool Home 2/2/2, lanai, private screened pool ........................................RENTED LET US MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY € www.rentalcompanyofvenice.com Since 1991 € 941-484-7644 adno=54535012 Your 60s 80s Rock n Roll favorites withCalifornia Toe Jam LIVE in concert!Thursday, April 12, 2018Venice Community CenterADVANCE TICKETS: Reserved $27, General Admission $21DAY OF SHOW: Reserved $32, General Admission $267:00PM SHOWTIMEThe ingredient for this well loved band must be because of their time together. 33 years, with no end in sight, honing their seemingly endless song-list from the 60s-80s rock n roll era has made California Toe Jam band one of Floridas most celebrated bands for over three decades. Dont miss out, get your tickets now!Order online at:www.SunEvents.comJoin our newsletter to receive updates delivered to your inbox!Or call: (863) 494-9362Monday Friday, 8:00am 5:00pm All tickets sales are nal. Please noti y us at time of ticket purchase for any special needs seating requirments. adno=720016

PAGE 34

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 21B 1000REAL ESTATEWe Are Pledged To The Letter And Spirit of U.S. Policy For The Achievement Of Equal Housing Opportunity Throughout The Nation. We Encourage And Support An Affirmative Advertising And Marketing Program In Which there Are No Barriers To Obtaining Housing Because of Race, Color, Religion, Sec, Handicap, Familial Status Or National Origin.Ž REAL EST A TE 1010 16501010Open House 1015 Real Estate Auctions 1020Homes/General For Sale 1030Waterfront Homes For Sale 1031 Foreclosures For Sale 1035 Golf Course Community For Sale 1040Condos/Villas For Sal e 1060Townhouses For Sale 1070Duplexes For Sale 1075Tri-Plex For Sale 1080Apartments For Sale 1090Mobile Homes For Sal e 1100Interval Ownership 1100 Out of Area Homes For Sale 1115Trade/Exchange 1120Wanted To Buy RENT 1205 Lease Option 1210 Homes 1240Condos/Villas 1280 Townhouses 1300Duplexes 1320Apartments 1330Hotel/Motel 1340Mobile Homes 1345Misc. Rentals 1350Efficiencies 1360Room ToRent 1370Rentals To Share 1390Vacation/Seasonal 1420Wanted To Rent LOTS 1500Lots & Acreage 1515Waterfront 1520Out Of Area Lots 1530Commercial Lots 1540Trade/Exchange BUSINESS 1600Business For Sale 1610Business Rentals 1615Income Property 1620 Commercial/ Industrial Prop. 1640Warehouse & Storage 1650Farm/Ranches 1010 OPEN HOUSE 04/07/18 11174 CAMPAZZO DRIVEVENICE OPEN BY APPT. VENETIAN FALLS 2BR+ DEN/2BAVILLATURNKEY WITHALLTHEUPGRADES. INCLUD-INGENGINEEREDFLOORING&CROWNMOLDINGTHROUGHT-OUT. $267,000 Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway 12 CADDY RD ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN SUN NOON 4PMDrop Dead Gorgeous 3/2/2 Golf Course Pool Home in Charlotte County's Premiere Subdivision. Minutes drive to Fishing, Sailing, and the Gulf of Mexico beaches. This home will not disappoint! Offered at $259,900FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 20520 CAPELLO DR. OPEN SUN 1-4PMVenetian Falls LuxurIous 2br/2ba Home with 2 Car gar. Beautiful Open floor plan, Tile throughtout with extended screened in lanai. $314,900. Debra Villari 609-458-4627 Berkshire Hathaway F i n d i t i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 2111 COLLINGSWOOD BLVD PORT CHARLOTTE OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1-3 3/2/2 POOLHOMECLOSETO ALLAMENITIES. $259,900. CALL(941)-268-0830 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 4/7, 12PM…3PM SUN., 4/8, 12PM…3PM 6585 MANASOTA KEY RD. $1,295,000. Private hideaway w/100 Ft Bay side frontage. Main house w/2BR 2BA, updated Kit. Plus guest house w/2 BR 1 BA. Spectacular! Alan Craig941-303-3876 SUN., 4/8, 11AM…2PM 6751 PORTSIDE LN. $799,900. Splendid Key West style home w/ breathtaking views of Lemon Bay. Family chef will appreciate the solid wood 42 cabinets, custom backsplash, & pasta sink. So much to offer in this community home! Audra Manewhich 413-237-2453 SUN., 4/8, 1PM…4PM 87 CAYMAN ISLES BLVD. $499,900. Quality built Thompson home. Private waterfront setting. Lg LR/DR combo plus oversized Kit. w/42Ž cabinets. Tons of builder upgrades. Thad Gourley217-246-7420 SUN., 4/8, 12PM…3PM 162 BRANDYWINE CIR. $349,900. 4/3/3+ car garage, lg lanai, self-cleaning salt water pool. Custom built under 2008 hurricane codes. Jeffrey Ament941-539-2338 SUN., 4/8, 12:30PM…3PM 1536 OVERBROOK RD. $224,900. Walk in to a lovely view of your salt water heated pool. This split BR home is just minutes from the beach & shopping! Terry Holloway941-457-301 0 NORTH PORT SAT., 4/7, 1PM…3PM 1731 BOTTLEBRUSH WAY $335,000. Like new 2017 turnkey home shows like a model home. What an amazing open floor plan. Karen Wynn608-347-5811 SAT., 4/7, 11AM…2PM 1781 MOSSY OAK $249,000. 3/2/2 in desirable villas at Charleston Park. Spacious, open fl plan, kit w/plenty of counter top space. Private lanai. Edna DiNofa (570) 590-2135 SUN., 4/8, 11AM…2PM 3133 S SAN MATEO DR. $242,900. 3/2/2 w/plenty of rm for a pool, gorgeous open interior, impact windows & doors, tray ceilings & crown molding. Rich Gierulski 941-875-5967 ROTONDA WEST SUN., 4/8, 10AM…3PM 557 BOUNDARY BLVD. $309,900. Lovely pool home w/split BR floor plan in paradise! Lg oversized lot next to greenbelt for additional privacy. Rayona Clemens 401-641-2618 SAT., 4/7, 12PM…3PM 513 ROTONDA CIRCLE $237,000. Well cared for family home on fresh water canal, move in condition. Split floor plan, openkitchen family room. Jeffrey Ament941-539-2338 VENICE SUN., 4/8, 1PM…3PM 729 CAPRI ISLES BLVD #216 $159,900. Fabulous fully furnished condo w/2 BR 2 BA w/ flooring, appliances, hurricane windows, A/C, storm door + more. Cherie De Hay 941-809-6828 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 67 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN SAT. NOON 4PMOne of a kind Rotonda Golf Course Pool Home on 1.5 lots 1983 Built 1744 sq ft with Vaulted ceilings and clerestory windows. Tiled through out awesome views and privacy on this quiet cul-de-sac street. $189,900 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 1010 OPEN HOUSE LAKE SUZY SUN., 4/8, 11AM…2PM 11634 SW DALLAS DR. $329,000. Beautiful, well maintained acre lakefront pool home. Vaulted ceilings, split BR floor plan, abundant closets plus lg screened in lanai & pool area. John Mitana III 941-268-0776 PORT CHARLOTTE SAT., 4/7, 1PM…3PM 2468 Quail Terr. $449,900. This waterfront home is just minutes from Charlotte Harbor and beyond! Updated kit, lg dock, lift & deck plus more! Robert Gravatt 941-391-3989 SAT., 4/7, 10AM…4PM 532 Wabash Terr. $299,900. Beautiful, well-maintained waterfront pool home w/ spectacular views of abundant wildlife. John Mitana III 941-268-0776 SUN., 4/8, 1PM…3PM 5420 Chard Terr. $229,900. 3/2/2 nestled in quiet, woodsy neighborhood in the river front community of Gulf Cove. Centrally located between Port Charlotte & Englewood. Robert Gravatt 941-391-3988 PUNTA GORDA SUN., 4/8, 12PM…3PM 2858 Don Quixote Dr. $429,000. New from the studs in 2010. Mstr BR suite w/2 closets & full BA, kit w/tons of cherry cabinets. Nancy McClary 941-391-1943 SAT., 4/7, 11AM…4PM 7116 Mikasa Dr. $299,000. Waterford Estates 4 Bedroom 2 Bathroom 2 car garage home with private, heated, salt water pool. Mary Lou Zett 941-380-2598 SAT., 4/7, 12PM-3PM SUN., 4/8, 12PM…3PM 2621 Wisteria Pl. $267,500. Stunning 3/2.5/3 home conveniently located in Charlotte Park. Open, split floor plan, covered lanai now under AC. Corina Franco 941-303-7810 SAT., 4/7, 12PM…3PM 1640 Atares Dr. #19 $187,900. Relax on your lanai & be surrounded by beautiful water view sunsets & St. Andrews South Third Tee. Diana Hayes 941-740-4899 SUN., 4/8, 12PM…3PM 3245 Purple Martin Dr. #1 $182,900. 2/2 waterfront condo w/assigned dock, sailboat access, pretty water view & low maintenance fees. Susan Hoeben 941-626-9803 68 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 OPEN BY APPT.Classic Florida Golf-Course Pool Home 3 Bed 2 Bath 2 Car Garage located along the 3rd fairway of Rotonda Hills Course on a quiet cul-de-sac street. Updated and well maintained. Offered @ $219,500 byFLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 GreatDealsin theClassifieds! OPEN BY APPT. 6952 PAN AMERICAN BLVD REDUCED TO $549,900 CUSTOM BUILT ESTATE 3100SQFT. 4BREDROOMS3 BATH, WITHJUNIORSUITEDOCK& BOATLIFTONTHEMYAKAHUTCHRIVER. NOBRIDGESTOGULF, ALLSOLID HARDWOODFLOORS, HEATED INGROUNDPOOLWITHSPA, Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway 1010 OPEN HOUSE 742-H AVENIDA ESTANCIA #112 VENICE *TURNKEY* OPEN BY APPT. ESTANCIASOFCAPRIISLESVERYDESIRABLE2BR/2BA ENDUNITWITHLOTSOFSUNLIGHTANDGREATGOLF COURSEVIEWS. Debra Villari 609-458-4627Berkshire Hathaway ADVANTAGE REALTY INC.OPEN HOUSES TODAY11AM 2PM3463 Atwater Dr., N.P. $144,900 THIS IS IT!! Updated 2/2/1 close to schools, shopping, and beaches. (Atwater between Janus and Caputo)11AM 2PM18257 Poston Ave P.C. $249,500 Large 2200 SF 3 Br 3 Ba 3 car garage. Gorgeous kitchen, granite, tiled throughout. Motivated Seller! (Cochran to Collingwood, to L on Poston.)941-255-5300 800-940-5033www.eraportcharlotte.com CLASSIFIED ADSSELL DEEP CREEKOPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 1-4PM 1493 Navigator Road Beautiful NEW Construction Home on Deep Creek golf course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage, 2,000 sq.ft. All Custom Upgrades. $299,900 941-626-7682 FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSaturday 4/7/2018: 1491 Nuremberg Blvd, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 12:00PM-3:00PM 3340 Wood Thrush Drive #122, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 12:00PM-4:00PM 2848 Deborah Drive, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 23356 Weaver Avenue, Port Charlotte, FL 33954, 1:00PM-3:00PM 249 Severin Road SE, Port Charlotte, FL 33952, 1:00PM-3:00PMSunday 4/8/2018: 339 Santander Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 12:00PM-3:00PM 15328 Aldama Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33981, 12:00PM-3:00PM 1780 Deborah Drive #19, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 2848 Deborah Drive, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 17 Emden Circle, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 6 Emden Circle, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 33 Freeman Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 16 Amsterdam Av enue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 18 Copenhagen Avenue, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 3538 Saint Florent Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PMF OR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS VISIT : WWW FIVESTARREALTY COM / BLOG / 1010 OPEN HOUSE OPEN FRI.-SAT. 1PM-4PM 1779 VALENCIADR. VENICE. RENOVATED2/2 POOL HOME! TOOMANYUPGRADESTOPRINT. COME& SEE! $264,900. J. PATRICKBOYHAN407-4844457 CHARLESRUTENBERGREALTY OPEN HOUSE SAT 11-3 9902 Gulfstream Blvd Englewood. 2/2/2 Newly Remodeled, Granite, S/S Appliances, New Carpet. Open Concept Floor plan. Updated Roof, Move-in Ready! $195,900 516-203-6486 OPEN HOUSE SAT. 1-4 Alligator Park 6400 Taylor Rd., Punta Gorda units 107 and 36. Both homes are turn key, doublewides with cooperative share. Water impact fee is paid. Offered by: Arcon of SWFL, Inc. at 239-250-3141. OPEN SAT & SUN 1PM-4PM WOODMERE AT JACARANDA VENICE 3730 CADBURYCIR. VENICEUNITS REDUCED TO SELL #324 TO274,900 2100 SQFT3 BEDROOM21/2 BATHCONDOW/WOOD FLOORINGTHRUOUTTHEUNIT#306 TO153,000 DESIRABLETURNKEYUNITŽW/BALCONYANDEXTRADIN-INGROOMAREA. GREATFORASNOWBIRDOREMPTYNESTER. FEESINCLUDE: WATER, SEWER, BASICCABLE, BLDG.INSURANCE, AND2X A YEARAC MAINTENANCE. GATED55 RETIREMENTCOM-MUNITYWITHELEVATORS ANDSOCIALMEET& GREETS. CLUBMEMBERSHIP, ISOP-TIONALMAKEYOURAPTTO SEETODAY, CALLDEBRAA VILLARIPLLC AT941-207-5057Berkshire Hathaway OPEN SAT. & SUN 11-1 5093 San Rocco Ct. Burnt Store Isles (Off Madrid) 3/2/2, Screened Lanai, Water & Golf Course Views $249,900 304-642-8851 OPEN SAT. 11-2, 12660 LAKESIDEDR. LAKESUZY, 2015 BUILTWATERFRONT, MAINTENANCE-FREE, DOCK. UPGRADES! WOODCABINETRY, IMPACT GLASS, $244,900. MARKHAMSHER941-8098846, PARADISEEXCLUSIVE OPEN SUN. 1PM-4PM 4921 BELLATERRADR. VENICE. VENETIA-SINGLE FAMILY POOL HOME IMMACULATE, UPDATED, OVERSIZED2 CARGARAGE, HURRICANESHUTTERS. $399,900. LORNALEDUC941-928-2639 ROSEBAYINT'LREALTY Open Sunday 1PM-4PM 141 Avens Dr. Nokomis, FL Possible Rent to Own 3BR, 2BA Lakefront built in 2016. Extensive tile, wood cabinets, granite, stainless appliances. Gated community. $349,000 KAREN GEIGERColdwell Banker941-928-8889 OPEN SUNDAY 1PM-4PM 95 SABALDR. PUNTAGORDAISLESBOATER`s DREAM SAILBOAT CANAL! 2024 SF, BRIGHTOPENLIVINGAREA. POOL, FIREPLACE. 1 BLOCKFROMHARBOR$489,000. 941-575-7244 1010 OPEN HOUSE SAT., 4/07/18 1-3PM 2468 Quail Terr., Gulf Cove Spacious Waterfront 3/2/2 Pool Home. Updated Kitchen, Granite Counters. $449,900 Bob & Darlene Gravatt REALTORS 941-391-3989 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN.1-4 114 Graham St SW Waterfront 3bd/3ba oversized garage, Dock, Boat Lift, Pool. $489,900 Curt Cooke Generous Property Inc. 941-232-1899 PUNTA GORDA ISLESOPEN SAT. 11AM-3PM 740 CORONADODR. (OFFAQUIESTA) AGENTSWELCOME! DM DEANCUSTOMHOME. 3/2/3 WATERFRONT, ALLUPGRADES. HOMEWILLBECOMPLETEDIN2 WEEKS. 2227 SFUNDERAIR. $679,900. 941-391-7444 OWNER/AGENT SATURDAY Open House 12PM-3PM 2683 Suncoast Lakes Blvd $279,900 This is a must see if you Would like a 4 bdrm 2 bath pool home that includes updates galore. Includes a beautiful lake view!! Wow!!! Call Pat Walker 941-276-4674 REMAX Anchor Realty Lookingfor Adventure? Findit inthe Classifieds SOUTH GULF COVE FRIDAY 12-3PM 10578 RIVERSIDE ROAD PORTCHARLOTTE, FL 3/2.5 WATERFRONTPOOLHOME$555,000 W/ 160 SEAWALL. CHRISMCMILLAN941-628-2602 RE/MAX ANCHOR OF MARINAPARKPUNTA GORDA ISLES SUNDAY 1-4PM 5054 KEY LARGO DRIVE 3/2 WATERFRONTPOOLHOME$649,000 CHRISMCMILLAN941-628-2602 PIRATES HARBOR SUNDAY 12-3PM 24160 TREASURE ISLAND BOULEVARD, P.G. 3/2 WATERFRONTPOOLHOME$639,000 CHRISMCMILLAN941-628-2602 TWO OPEN HOUSES SAT. AND SUN. 123PM 13128 Windcrest dr. Key West Style Home Saltwater Canal Pool/Gulf Access Has Elevator /Lift. $ 449,777 1212 Beekman Cir. 3-2-2 Saltwater Canal Pool Home $319,900 Kirk Johnson, Sanderling R.E. 941-626-6146 VENICE WOODMERE LAKES Waterfront View From The Front Door! OPEN SUN 1-4, 4107 HEMINGWAYDRIVE, SPACIOUS2241 SF, 3BR /2B /2CG. RE-PLUMBED, NEW4-TONA/C & WATERHEATER. REMODELEDKIT. & ROMANSHOWER. 1 YRHOMEWARR. $308,000 941-928-0902 VENICE O pen H ouse Sat. 4/7 & Sun. 4/8 12-3PM 20180 Ragazza Cir., Unit 202 3 Bed/2 Bath Located in Resort-Style Gran Paradiso. Upgrades Throughout Unit. $276K Marc Sinibaldi, Patriotic Real Estate, 941-786-0532

PAGE 35

22B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION 1010 OPEN HOUSE SAT., 04/07/18 1-3PM 248 Cowry Rd Venice Spacious 1600 sqft 2/2/2 house in South Venice. Newer roof, A/C. water heater. $194,900 Mike Saur, REALTOR 281-615-8993 SAT., 04/07/18 1-4PM 1255 Tarpon Center Dr. #702, Venice Spectacular gulf & bay views from this 2/2 condo with 2 balconies. $420,000 Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 SUN., 04/08/18 1-3PM 627 Alhambra Rd #402 Venice.Beachfront 2/2 corner unit condo on Venice Island. Remodeled kitchen, 2 lanais. $474,900 Mike Saur, REALTOR 281-615-8993 SUN., 04/08/18 1-4PM 2190 Muskogee Trl, Nokomis Custom 2663SF 4/2/2 plus Bonus room & Pool in Calusa Lakes. $449,000. Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 SUN., 04/08/18 1-4PM 1445 Maseno in Venetian Falls, Venice Villa with Lake views, Gated Community, 2/2/2 Plus Bonus Room, Enclosed Patio. $314,900 Edna Dinofa, REALTOR 5 70-590-2135 SUN., 04/08/18 1-4PM 836 N. Jackson Road, Venice Beautiful home and ranch, 3/2.5, 2648 sqft, 14.6 acres of pasture, cleared & fenced. $1,100,000 Jeff MacDonald, REALTOR 941-376-1451 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE FSBO Port Charlotte Spacious 4BR/2BATH ranch features vaulted ceilings, ceiling fans, tile & laminate floors. Separate granny suite w/private entrance and full kitchen. All rooms cable ready. Shown by appt. only. 941-966-3335 $194,500 SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! ENGLEWOOD 3/2 825 Stewart St. Pool Home in the Sought After Heart of Old Englewood. $263,500. 941-270-2310 I CAN BEATANY COMMISSIONWHENYOULISTYOURHOMEWITHME. JEFFRUNYAN941-979-2843 RE/MAXPALM NORTH VENICE, NOKOMIS, West of 41, Between the Bays. Historic 1927 Mediterranean Revival Home. Incl. Separate Villa w/ 2 Apts. 941-484-4568 ROTONDA 3/2/2 Waterfront Pool Home. Warm Southern Exposure. Many Upgrades. $275,000 941-456-3034 Suncoasteam Realty 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE PORT CHARLOTTE 15349 Mille Fiore Blvd., WATER-FRONT with ULTIMATE PRIVACY in NW Port Charlotte's expanding GATED COMMUNITY of Villa Milano, Spectacular custom 1-owner Mediterranean design 2200 SF LIGHT, BRIGHT, open great room comcept with formal dining room, 3-Bedrooms + Den/Office. Low HOA ($98/MO) $340,000 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 VENICE Venetian Falls, Gated Community, 1600SF, 2/2/2 with Den, extd lanai & updated Granite kitchen with Stainless Steel. Clean! Buy TurnKey or Unfurnd. Will Wait for Sale of your Home! $285K 419-297-0497 1030 WATERFRONT HOMES 1778 BAYSHORE DR. $1,299,500.00 GATEDESTATEONLEMONBAY ISLIKETHREEHOUSESINONE! INSPIREDBYBEAURIVAGERESORT. WHATYOUFINDONCE YOUGETHEREWILLMAKEYOU WANTTOSTAY. NANCYHYDE PARSLEY-BALDWINREALTYCELL941.539.9616 PORT CHARLOTTE 4/4/2 BOATERS DREAM! Well-maintained waterfront pool home. Handicapped friendly. $499,850 Jackie Thornberry Harbor Coast Realty 941-740-4580 ROTONDA 3/2/2 Waterfront home with large fenced in yard. Furniture and Appliances included. By Owner $189,900 941-662-6250 WHO YOU GONNA CALL?AMIDSTALLTHENOISE1 COMPANYSINCE1975 941-629-3188 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE COASTAL CAPE HAZE LUXURY CONDO STUNNING2B/2BA W/OVERSIZEDPRIVGARAGE,SUPER-SIZEPRIVSTORAGE ROOM& FULLLAUNDRY. TOTALLYREFURBISHED! ALLNEWSTAINLESSAPPLI-ANCES, WATERHEATER, ALL NEWTROPICALFURNITURE&ACCESSORIES. TURNKEY READYTOTHELASTDETAIL. EVERYWHEREYOULOOKISNEW! GATED, POOL, SPA,TENNIS& PICKLEBALL, CLUBHOUSE& LOTSMORE. ACTQUICKLY, ONLY$169,900. ONLYMINUTESTOBEACH&BAY(JUSTACROSSTHE STREET!) 941-769-0200 LAKE SUZY-11644 SW Egret Cir LAKESIDE2/2, LANAI, 1STFLR. LIKENEW! $139,000. 941-769-1111 FSBO AREYOUONLINE? INCREASEYOUR EXPOSURE! Addyourinternetaddress toyouradforalittleextra! PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 1040 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR SALE To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net VENICE ISLAND CONDO OPEN BY APT. 250 Santa Maria St #121C Bright, Sparkling First Floor Corner unit on ICW. 2br/2ba, extended Living rm, Addl. Room ( Den, Office, DR) Renovations thru-out, Patio w/ gardens, Fully appointed Clubhouse and Htd pool, $372,000 941-416-6202 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE CHARLOTTE HARBOR 2/2/CP, FURN. & APPL. INCL. ONTHEBAY, FISHINGPIER. $32,000. 941-875-9842 OR705-542-3900 VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATESWALKING DISTANCE TO PUBLIX & CVS No Dogs, Cats ok! Call Mike 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com $25,000, 24x36, 2bd, 2 bath, Furnished. Handyman Special 24x36, 2/2 with screen room. As is $8,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE 2692 NE HIGHWAY 70 ARCADIA 55+ Active Community Affordable Manufactured Homes!!! 1 Year FREEGolf Membership With Any Home Purchase! Call to Schedule An Appointment For a Tour! Ted 800-538-2590 www.arcadiavillage.com $49,900 Riverside Oaks! Owner Says Sell it Now! Clean, Well Cared for 2/2. Call Kathy and Move in Today! 941-626-6821 www.riversideoaksflorida.com NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $55,995. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 PURCHASE A NEW HOME AND PAY $99/MONTH LOT RENT FOR YOUR FIRST YEAR PLUS A FREE SCREENED IN PORCH! 55+ COMMUNITYW/ AMENITIES! 701 AQUIESTADRPUNTAGORDA, 33950 BUTTONWOODVILLAGE.COM941-212-1516 1210 HOMES FOR RENT NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE 1457 Achilles St. Newly remodeled 3/2/2 Pool home on canal. SS appliances, new flooring, $1600/mo 1st/L/S Excellent credit a must or sell $180k 941-628-0941 CLASSIFIED WORKS! PORT CHARLOTTE 3/1 Fenced Backyard, $850./mo + 1st, Last & Security Deposit. Call Jim 941-924-2764 1240 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE 2 / 2 No Pets. Avail. 2/1 $850/Mo. Water incl. 1st, Last, Sec. 941-380-9212 VENICE, Water View. Nicely Furnished & Decorated 2BR/2BA Condo. Cen trally Located, Near Restaurants & Shopping. Pools & Laundry. May 1st Oct. $950/mo. Jim507-254-2437 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT VENICE ISLAND EFFICIENCY1 & 2 br, Call for Details. No Pets, 1 Year Lease 941-416-5757or 323-6466 1340 MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE 2/1/1 No Smoking/Pets. First, last & Dam. Credit & Backgrnd check $850.Mo + Util. 941-629-3279 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARBOUR HEIGHTS c l ose to river, newly renovated efficiencies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT ENGLEWOOD Working Person. $500./Mo. No Pets. 941-473-1880 NORTH PORT(1) person Furnd room Pool. Utilities incl. kitchen privileges. $600/mo + dep 941-356-0985 P O RT C HARL O TTE Furnished $150/wk incls W/D, A/C & Utilites. Available May 1st. Rose 774-284-1095 PORT CHA RLOTTE inLarge New Upscale Home, Furn., Pool, Hot Tub, $595/mo Cable &Internet. 941-457-1717 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS ENGLEWOOD NORTH 2/2/2, Lanai Home, Turnkey, 5 Mins to Beaches. $2,000/mo incl. Utilities. 941-474-3639 HACIENDA DEL MARTHE BEST & MOST EXCLUSIVE WATERFRONT VACATION CONDO CAPE HAZE/PLACIDA GATED5-STARRESORTSTYLE LIVING. ABSOLUTELYLIKENEW,VERYLARGE1,963 SF, 2 BED/2.5BATHS, MINUTESTOBOCA DESIGNERTURN-KEYFURNISHED. FULLLAUNDRY, GARAGE, HEATED POOL, TENNIS, FITNESS& MORE. CALLFORFREEBROCHURE. PET POSS. A VAIL : N OV -D EC 2018 & A PRIL & M AY 2019 CALL813-293-2392 PRIVATE WINTER GET-AWAY RENTTHISLIKENEWŽ VERY LARGE, 2 BED/2 BATHPRIVATE HOME. BEAUTIFULLYAPPOINTED ANDTURN-KEY. HEATEDPOOL. CAPEHAZEAREAJUSTMINUTES TOBOCAGRANDE. SOCLOSETO MANYBEACHES& BAY. BRINGYOUR BOAT. PRIVATEGARAGE. LARGE DECKW/LAKEVIEW. RENTINGOCTOBER2018 THROUGHMARCH2019. ALSOAVAILABLETOPURCHASE.CALL941-769-0200 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE AR C ADIA -5 Acres f or sale Cleared-Surveyed, Oak trees, Fenced $69,900. 863-444-8210 ROTONDA SHORES3415 ETHLYNLANEBACKSUPTOA200+ ACRE WILDLIFEPRESERVE. NICE,QUIET, CLEANNEIGHBORHOOD. ONLY$24,900 AND NOHOA FEES. 941-769-0200 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, or LOT?We Can help you.Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 175,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special.Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 1515 WATERFRONT LOTS LEMON BAY LOT EXTRA-LARGE TRACT ON ANGLERS COVE ON LEMON BAY. DEEPWATER, BAYVIEWS, NEW SEAWALL, 2 MIN. TOICW, 6MIN. TOGULF. APPROVEDFOR UPTO5 WATERFRONTRESI-DENCES. PRICEREDUCEDBY MORETHAN$100,000. NOW ONLY $469,900. OWNERMOVING. BROKERS WELCOME. 941-769-0200 LEMON BAY LOT EXTRA-LARGE TRACT ON ANGLERS COVE ON LEMON BAY. DEEPWATER, BAYVIEWS, NEW SEAWALL, 2 MIN. TOICW, 6MIN. TOGULF. APPROVEDFOR UPTO5 WATERFRONTRESI-DENCES. PRICEREDUCEDBY MORETHAN$100,000. NOW ONLY $469,900. OWNERMOVING. BROKERS WELCOME. 941-769-0200 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! NORTH PORTWATERFRONTLots from $44,900.-CentralPeaceful-Great View and Privacy for your Future Home 1500-4000sqft No Flood Ins. Sunpoint Homes Inc. 239-405-3631 SIX ROTONDA WATERFRONT LOTS. ALLINNEWESTUPSCALEWHITEMARSHNEIGHBOR-HOOD. NO FLOOD ZONES FORECON. BUILDS& NOFLOODINSURANCE. MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION! OWNER/ BUILDERRETIRING! NOW FROM ONLY $29,600. 941-769-0200 1610 BUSINESS RENTALS VENICE ISLANDCLOSETOVENICEAVENUE,RESTAURANTS& RETAILSHOPS! 3-4 OFFICES + PRIV. BATHGROUND LEVEL 1000sf $1350/mo Call 941-587-7828 1620 COMMERCIAL/ INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY THE LAST BEST LOT AT MERCHANT'S CROSSING ALMOSTANACREAT1599 PLACIDARD. (RT775) ENGLEWOODACROSSFROMPUBLIXANDBEALLS.WATER,SEWERANDTURNINGLANEIN PLACE. IDEALFORMULTI-UNIT BUILDING(S), OFFICE, OR CONDOS. NEIGHBORINGLOTS PRICEDAT$1.8 AND$1.9MILLIONDOLLARS!!! OURGIVE-AWAY PRICEŽONLY$379,000 WITHSHORT TERMFINANCINGPOSSIBLE. 941-769-0200 3000 NOTICES 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 3020 PERSONALS SEEKING SINGLE MALE 45-70for companionship/relationship with sin g le Lad y 941-201-9853 THE GIRL NEXT DOOR 941-483-0701 Port Charlotte 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES CAL VAR Y BIBLE CHURCH 1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice Friday at 9am. Study features video teachings of noted Bible Scholars on various subjects. For more info. Call Rev. Jones at: 941-485-7070 or visit www.CBCVenice.com CERTIFIED CHRISTIAN COUNSELING941-876-4416Liberty Community Church North Port Charlotte Charlotte County House of Prayer Merging Worship, Word, and Prayer Friday Night Watch 8pm 992 Tamiami Trail Unit I Port Charlotte 941 249-8946 cchop.org COMMUNITY CENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 FAITH BUILDERS A Basic Study to Build your Christian Faith. Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! Lut h eran C h urc h o f t h e Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 NEW SEASON FULLGOSPEL MINISTRIES Meet Every Wednesday at 6:30 Held at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building same side as Visani's Restaurant) Food and Refreshments being served plus live Christian Music..Come and be a part of our celebration!! Everyone welcome! For more info call Anna Soloduk 941-286-5506

PAGE 36

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 23B 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES UNI Q UE & INF O RMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. Disussion After at El Jobean Baptist 941-769-6291 3090 LOST & FOUND FOUND : Y our master too l s on Airport Rd. in Punta Gorda, 4/10/18. Claim at Sheriffs office PG Airport. 3091 ARTS CLASSES Beginning watercolor classes with award winning artist Robert Broyles at North Port Hobby Lobby. Private lessons also avail Call 941-875-8163 3095 EXERCISE CLASSES G ULF CO A S T A C UPUN C TURE 151 Center Rd. Wednesdays 5:30pm Thursdays 9:00 am Saturdays 8:30am YOGA FOR BEGINNERS Proceeds to Venice Wildlife Center Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769 3096 RELIGION CLASSES BEGIN YOUR DAY IN BIBLE STUDY Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. Tuesdays 10AM-11AM. For more info 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte F AITH LUTHERAN CHURCH 4005 Palm Drive, Punta GordaVarious Days & Times CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUD Y Adult Infomational Class 941-639-6309 START YOUR DAY RIGHT Bible Study Thursdays 10:00-11:30 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 3097 OTHER CLASSES KRIYA YOGA MEDITATION with Linda Weser, 4 p.m. every Monday. FREE; Open to the public. 941-276-0124 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES AN OCCUPATIONAL LIC may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify. 5006 ALUMINUM ALL AMERICAN RENOVATIONS LIC& INSUREDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDSPECIALIZINGINRESCREENING,BUILDINGANDREPAIRING. SCREWCHANGEOUTS PRESSUREWASHING& PAINT-INGPOOLCAGES, LANAIS,FRONTENTRYWAYSETC... 941-915-3381 SERVINGSARASOTACOUNTYFREEESTIMATES STRAIGHT LINE ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION Pool cages Entries Acrylic Rooms Additions Windows Concrete Pavers Gutters 20+ Years ExperienceCBC1258585 941-815-1812 5030 CABINETRY 5050 ADULT CARE HONEST, CARING PERSONALASSISTANT AVAIL. TOCAREFORYOUR LOVEDONE! I WILLCAREFOR YOURSASI DOMYOWN! DR. APTS, LITECLEANINGAND MEALPREP, ERRANDS& MUCH MORE. (941)-979-2887 5051 CHILD CARE ALL CHILDCARE FACILITIES MUST INCLUDE, WITH ADVERTISEMENT, STATE OR LOCAL AGENCY LICENSE NUMBER. FLORIDA STATE LAW requ i res all child care centers and day care businesses to register with the State of Florida. The Sun Newspapers will not knowingly accept advertising which is in violation of the law 5054 CONTRACTORS EDWARD ROSS CONSTRUCTION Services, Inc. 941-408-8500 pool cages, Scr. lanais, etc... JLS ENTERPRISES INCQuality & Dependability Remodeling Painting Additions Drywall Carpentry Repairs Odd Jobs & more. STATE CERTIFIED LIC #CRC033392941-468-9701 5057 CONCRETE RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC. Honest, Reliable work! LIC/INS New Const & Remodels. Rusted bands & wire lathe repair. spraycrete & more (941)-497-4553 5060 CLEANING SERVICES SHES UNIQUE CLEANING SERVICE Residential & Commercial. Honest, Reliable & Dependable (941)-276-7446 **SHINEDERELLA ** Professional Cleaning LLC We create the perfect Shine Everytime! Commercial and Residential Free Estimates Lic & Insu 941-677-2444 5100 HOME & COMMERCIAL IMPROVEMENT $75.00 PER PANEL SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 Call Bob 941-706-6445 www.SlidingDoorsandmore.com Low overhead = Low prices! 5110 LAWN/GARDEN & TREE AN OCCUPATIONAL LICENSE may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licens ing bureau to verify A JAMI SO N TREE S ERVI C E Complete & Professional 15% Sr Discount! FREEEST. LIC. & INSUREDENGL941-475-6611ORN. PORT941-423-0020 SERVINGCHARLOTTEANDSARASOTAFOROVER20 YEARS.JAMISON-TREESERVICEINC.COM A JAMI SO N TREE S ERVI C E Complete & Professional 15% Sr Discount! FREEEST. LIC. & INSUREDENGL941-475-6611ORN. PORT941-423-0020 SERVINGCHARLOTTEANDSARASOTAFOROVER20 YEARS.JAMISON-TREESERVICEINC.COM DP`s ABILITY TREE SERVICE Removals, Stump Grinding, Palm Trimming, Shaping, Oaks Thinned & Raised Up. 19 Yrs. Exp. Free Estimates! 941-889-8147 Lic#00000192 & Insured. EXACT LAWN MOWING LLC NOW ACCEPTING New Accounts in Engl., Rotonda, SGC & PCWETAKEPRIDE INALLOURLAWNS!Reliable & Dependable. Lic & insured.Call 303-475-8300 TERRY SOWERS WINDOW CLEANING Lawn Mowing, Trimming, Landscaping. Servicing All Areas. Per Cut or Contract. Call (941)-628-0751 5110 LAWN/GARDEN & TREE J RIZ TREESERVICESComplete Tree & Palm Service. SPECIALIZING IN DANGEROUS TREE REMOVAL.Servicing all Charlotte & Sarasota Counties FREE ESTIMATES 941-306-7532 Lic & Ins MATHEWS TREE SERVICE Specializes in Dangerous Limb & Tree Removals941-303-3252Full Service Tree Care Quality Lawn Care Storm Damage Clean -Up Tree & Limb Removal Treemendous Tree, Inc. Certified Arborist Tree Removal Stump Grinding Lic./Insured Shrub & Tree Nursey CALL TODAY! 941-426-8983 www.northporttree.com FL-6444 A T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! Treemendous Tree, Inc. NUSURY PINAPPLE PLANTS fruiting $30/ea SNOW QUEEN HIBISCUS 7 gal $20.00 NICE MANY OTHER SHURBS AVAILABLESTOP IN TO SEE US MONDAY SATURDAY 9AM-3PM 6068 RUFF ST. NORTH PORT OR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 5140 PAINTING/ WALLPAPERING Best Prices -Quality Job Best Coast Painting and Pressure Washing Residential/Commercial 10% Off With Ad! 941-815-8184 AAA00101254 STEVENS CUSTOM PAINTINGRes/Comm. Int/Ext FREE EST. Lic. & Ins. 941-255-3834 5180 PRESSURE CLEANING BAILEYS PRESSURE CLEANING Complete Exterior House Painting! Call 941-497-1736 MR. PRESSURE CLEANINGSAFE, NO PRESSUREROOF CLEANING941-257-8624Mr.Pressurecleaning.com Fully Lic & Insured 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 5185 ROOFING PAUL DEAO ROOFING PROTECTINGYOURBIGGESTINVESTMENT. 22 YRSEXP. 941-441-8943 LIC#1329187 T O M J O Y C E R O O F I N G H U G E * S P E C I A L S * 4 5 Y e a r s o f Q u a l i t y W o r k a n d E x p e r i e n c e 9 4 1 4 8 4 9 8 0 4 9 4 1 4 2 9 1 8 0 0 lic#1325725 5225 WINDOW CLEANING Window Cleaning,RESIDENTIAL& COMMERCIAL WINDOWCLEANINGPRESSUREWASHINGEASTERSPECIAL1 5 % O F F NEWCUSTOMERSP : 9 4 1 9 7 9 1 6 5 4 LIC/INSURED 6000 MERCHANDISE GARAGE SALES 6001Arcadia 6002Lake Suzy 6003Deep Creek 6004Port Charlotte 6005Punta Gorda 6006North Port 6007Englewood 6008Rotonda 6009Gulf Cove 6010S. Gulf Cove 6011S. Venice 6012 Venice 6013 Nokomis/Osprey 6014 Garage Sales 6015Flea Market 6020Auctions MERCHANDISE 6013 Moving Sales 6025Arts & Crafts 6027Dolls 6030Household Goods6035 Furniture 6038 Electronics 6040TV/Stereo/Radio6060Computer Equip6065Clothing/Jewelry/ Accessories6070Antiques & Collectibles 6075Fruits/Veges 6090Musical 6095Medical 6100Health/Beauty 6110 Trees & Plants 6120Baby Items6125Golf Accessories6128Exercise/Fitness6130Sporting Goods 6131 Firearms6132 Firearm Access. 613 5Bikes/Trikes 6138Toys 6140Photography/Video 6145Pool/ Spa & Supplies6160Lawn & Garden6161 Outdoor Living 6165Storage Sheds/ Buildings6170Building Supplies6180Heavy Constr. Equipment 6190Tools/Machinery6220Office/Business Equip & Supplies6225Restaurant Supplies 6250Appliances 6260Misc. Merchandise 6270Wanted to Buy/T rade 6020 AUCTIONS DRYER Whi te K enmore excellent condition $89 941-743-7408 S AT. APRIL 14 @ 1 0 AM 590 RIDGECREST DR., P.G. Tractors: Toro Zero Turn 22HP, Craftsman 15.5HP. Large Number of Power Tools, 4 Alum. stepladders, Kenmore Elite Washer, LG sensor Dryer. Mission Oak Queen Bedrm Set. Auctionzip.com #25770 for pics. 10% BP. Cash, Ck, CC Jack Robillard Auctioneer 941-575-9758 AU3437 AB2632 6025 ARTS AND CRAFTS CERAMIC SIEVES 3 sm T a li sman 80-120,lrg galv #50,bucket t opper. $40 941-473-4685 KILN PARAGON 13 x 15 w 1 22 cu ft setter,timer,2shelves and furniture $125 941-473-4685 KILN TILE setters 4i n sq x 26 6in sq x 9, 8in x 6 trays. $75 941-473-4685 O HAU S SC ALE triple beam 760-00. New condition. glaze mixing. $125 941-473-4685 OIL PAINTING F rame d must see, beautiful mint art! $175 941-639-1517 6027 DOLLS O LD D O LL porcelain $20 941-999-4176 6028 ESTATE SALES DISHES Pl ates, b ow l s, g l asses All MUST go. $25, OBO 941-764-0222 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1 0 C UP BRITA Pitcher, White, 6 new (boxed) filters Save 35! All/ $28 941-276-1881 3 WHEEL BIKE w/lg. seat & Baskets. Great condition. $149, OBO 517-231-1017 5 COMFORTS 15 eac h $15 941-218-4502 8 Q T S T OC K P O T 1 80 1 series RevereWare with lid. Slightly used. PG $25 941-575-6003 A REA RU G 4 x 7 Tan good condition and quality $60 941-697-0940 AREA RUGS 2 Pl us h O r i enta l s: pink/beige, 56Žx38Ž oval & 42Ž round. Ea $40 941-743-2656 BAGLESS VAC Bi sse ll U pr i g h t w/attchmnts, works great! $40 941-627-3636 BATH S AM O AŽ bath ( bamboo motif, dark wicker access) New! 8 items $55 941-276-1881 BED FRAMES(4) stee l on casters adjustable twin full queen size each $33 941-275-5837 BED MATTRE SS & B O X. New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BED S PREAD HEIRL OO M cotton ,shams queen white $50 941-697-7036 BOOKCASES Th ree p i ece wood bookcase; Each piece is 6 x 30Ž $150 941-623-7540 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS C AKE PAN S Wilton 5, 6 X 6 8X8, 10X10, 11X11, & 12X12. Square $40 941-255-1832 C ERTAIN S pinch pleated curtain $15 941-218-4502 DEEP FRYER S un b eam F ry Right 6 cup capacity, like new $20 941-624-3091 DINETTE TABLE wood counter height round, 4 CH. $350, OBO 941-627-6780 ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Slate topped center & 2 end tables. $499 989-348-2734 FIESTA DINNERWARE 114pc.Plates.bowl.stumblers.fl ateware $225 941-716-5088 FLATWARE CHEST R ee d & Barton. Mahogany finish. $65, OBO 941-484-1842 FL OO R LAMP S 6  bronze. 3 way bulb. Exc. cond. $40 941-585-8149 FOOD PROCESSOR Ki tc h en Aid, 13 cup w/acc. Used once $125 941-235-3193 FREE! T O N S o f misc items 2053 S. San Mateo Dr.,NP ANYTIME! $0 941-276-1881 GRIDDLE COOL T ouc h B ase Presto 10 1/2Ž X 20 1/2 cook area $15, OBO 941-769-3475 LG GEOR F oreman san d w gr ill removeable grate.white 15in $20, OBO 941-681-2316 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 METAL FILECABINET 2 drawer, beige, good condition $10 941-276-1881 FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. PICTURE 32ŽX 44Ž.framed.ŽmadieraŽ.beautiful. $35, OBO 941-235-2203 R O TI SS ERIE T O A S TER oven & grill.all in one.box $35, OBO 941-235-2203 SILK LEDGE p l ant Q ua li ty bamboo fern large full $25, OBO 941-496-8765 STAND ON WHEELS 24Ž L x 16Ž W x 25Ž H $5 570-7687858 SWEEPER RECHARGEABLE battery by SHARK. Like new. $25 715-439-0459 TERRA CO TTA S TATUE 26 Ž boy $40, and 16Ž strawberry planter $20 941-743-2656 6035 FURNITURE ARM CHAIR so lid c h erry arms & legs, coral cushions, excellent condition $80 941-743-2656 BAR S T OO L rattan, swivels, padded seat. picture O/L $20 586-436-0076 BAR STOOLS 2 cr me co l or 24Ž rattan seat with backs, new, beautiful $100 941-769-2389 BED ( MATRE SS set ) S erta Luxury Qn Extra firm. Clean $75 207-680-5746 North Port BED Q ueen f rame box and mat tress $40, OBO 941-830-2583 BED MATTRESS & BOX New Will Sell $100. 941-629-5550 BEDR OO M FURNITURE 5pc bedroom set. $150, OBO 941-698-9222 BOOK CASE woo d 3 upper shelves, 3 lower drawers, 72h x30w x18d $80 941-743-2656 BOXSPRING AND MATTRESS Queen. Newer, clean, pillow top $50, OBO 941-764-0222 BUREAU W/ 8 Drawers & mirror $295 941-268-5067 C A S UAL TABLE S 8 wood & 1 wrought iron, Good to A+ cond, $15 $40 941-743-2656 CHAIR OVERSIZE 250 lb .o f fice style,up+dn,tilt ,recline, Rotonda $80 941-697-2064 COC KTAIL TABLE Round, Medium Brown Color, All Wood $40 941-257-5500 COFFEE TABLE N atura l R attan 4x19.5Ž Glass top/lower shelf exc cond $40 941-276-1881 CO FFEE/ S IDE TABLE S(9) various sizes and shapes starting at $20, OBO 941-202-3437 CO MPLETE TWIN bed frame,matt\spring,bedlinen. U pick up. $0 941-423-3560 COUCH & LOVESEAT T B ahama Gently used high end furniture $499 715-551-6890 6035 FURNITURE CO U C H BLA C K leather.V G con dition.Very comfortable.Deliver y possible $200 248-697-8152 CO U C H, f abric abstract beige design 88X36X32 Delivery avail able $275 941-202-3437 DESK EXECUTIVE S ty l e 72Ž plus 3 drawer file & Chair. $395 941-505-9792 DINETTE SET Gl ass T op, 4 padded chairs. Rotonda $100, OBO 239-220-2121 DINETTE S ET hand-painted all wood 24Ž tabletop & 2 chairs $175, OBO 941-275-5837 DINETTE S ET, TALL wrough t iron 30 table+2 fabric chairs. Like new $275 941-307-9211 DININ G RM S ET tble & 6 chrs amish mde light oak 6x4 open 10 $300 815-382-0312 DINING ROOMSET mar bl e top table,6chairs.new condition $500, OBO 989-348-2734 DINING SET 48Ž ma h ogan y table top & 4 metal frame chairs $175 941-275-5837 DININ G S ET 54Ž glass top on column+4 fabric upholstered chairs $225 941-307-9211 DININ G S ET 7 pc., ligh t wood,padded chairs Rotonda $200, OBO 239-220-2121 DININ G TABLE 41Žround w/18Žleaf. Hitchcock design. $45 941-488-5595 ELE C TRI C FIREPLA C E 55X18/48. Great condition. $300, OBO 859-227-5852 FURNITURE CO FFEE & end tables, etc. have several $20 941-445-5619 GLIDER METAL g lid er w i t h cushion $40 518-763-9936 GLIDER M eta l g lid er w i t h cus hion $40 518-763-9936 GOLF CLUBS& BAG exc cond mens $60 941-716-2002 HALL TABLE B e i ge woo d 4ft long $15, OBO 941-764-0222 HEADB O ARD & DRE SS ER Twin size, Light Wood. $90 941-257-5500 I BUY FURNITURE Or anything of value! 941-485-4964 KITCHEN SET 40Ž R oun d Counter Height Table, Brown Marble w/ 4 Black Leather Chairs $350 obo 941-474-6752 KITCHEN SNACK B ar S too l s (2) very nice w/ swivel padded seat. $90 586-436-0076 LANAI/POOL CHAIRS S et o f 3.Gray mesh, sturdy.Gd cond. $20, OBO 941-764-0222 L O UN G E/ 2 C HAIR S White wicker, NEW CUSHIONS!!! $150 941-423-9371 L O VE S EAT sturdy, blue f abric, 64X37X31, detachable cush ions $66, OBO 941-275-5837 MATTRESS QUEEN & BOX Brand New Will Sell $175. Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 MEMORY FOAM 8Ž t hi c k mat tress twin size springbox frame $150, OBO 941-307-9211 METAL LANAI tables Each. Woven effect. Must be seen. $10 941-764-0222 PATI O S ET with table 4 chairs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 QUEEN BED/COMPLETE w/nightstand Broyhill, ex cond. $400 941-627-0775 Q UEEN BED/ CO MPLETE w/nightstand Broyhill ex cond $400 941-627-0775 Q UEEN MATTRE SS ,B OX spring,frame,headboard.Ro t onda $100 239-220-2121 RE C LINER, LA-Z-B O Y Wall hugger. Great condition. $185 941-580-4460 RE C LINER: NEW taupe mi crofiber, large, NICE! N. Por t $225 941-876-3202 RECLINER : NEW taupe, l arge, very comfy. NICE! N. Port $225 941-876-3202 RECLINERS L eat h er beige exc cond $125 941-716-2002 SHELVING UNIT RATTAN 72X36X12 OFF WHITE RECON DITIONED $60 941-202-3696 SOFA BLACK l eat h er. VG con dition.Very comfortable.deliver y possible $200 248-697-8152 SO FA Dark Brown 89 x 3 5 3 cushion good cond $75, OBO 941-681-2316 SO FA New Q ueen Bed pull out, terracotta $495 941-639-9293 SOFA TABLE O a k w / g l ass top insert. Good condition. $75, OBO 859-227-5852 TABLE 5 roun d f o ldi ng l egs, Max Chief $75 941-496-9252 TABLE W4 pa dd e d c h a i rs Black wrought iron with 42Ž wood top $95 941-876-3878 TABLE LITTLE 28Ž L x 18Ž W x 24Ž H, Lt Oak $10 570-768 7858 TV CO N SO LE 4 8 Ž.dark wood.glass doors.new cond. $85 941-235-2203 TV S TAND S Two. S mall/large. Black or gray $10 941-764-0222 VINTAGE 5 DRAWER CHEST 35ŽHx18ŽDX44ŽH. PG $75 941-575-6003 WICKER BARREL c h a i rs / ta bl e Will break the set. $45, OBO 941-764-0222 WICKER BED twos id e stan d $40, OBO 941-830-2583

PAGE 37

24B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION 6035 FURNITURE WINDSOR ROCKER n i c h o l s & stone co.solid maple.l/n. $125, OBO 941-235-2203 6038 ELECTRONICS DVD PLAYER S amsung, new in box model BD-JM57 $65 941-624-0928 LCD PROJECTOR E pson EMP 81 2000 lumen w/power cord. $100 813-924-2107 SAMSUNG HW550AU DIOSOUNDBAR with wireless Subwooffer. $100 888-5923 TURNTABLE Akai ARB110 perfect $95 941-496-9252 WALKIE TALKIE new $35 941-218-4502 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO SAMSUNG 55Ž 4K C urve d TV With Speaker Bar Like new! Englewood $235 248-931-9703 STEREO SAMSUNG g i ga b eat 2500 watt stereo floor standing,Bluetooth and many options $225 941-391-4707 TV R C A CO L O R TRAKPLU S 27Ž monitor, not flat screen $30 941-303-2957 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT LAPT O P LEATHERBRIEF C A S E Blk, new, reduced bargain! $35 941-639-1517 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES DRE SS E S (2) $75, OBO 941-830-2583 DRESSES (2) $75, OBO 941-830-2583 HARRY P O TTER sweat shirt Universal zippered hoodie $35 863-494-5918 N.Y. MET S JA C KET o ff icial MLB, NEW $50 863-494-5918 RIN G M O I SSO NITE & ZIR CO N NEW. SZ-8 1.3CTS TGW $225 941-554-2140 RING MULTI SAPPHIRE womans size 7 tgw 4.68 cts $100 941-554-2140 RING LARIMAR&FIRE OPAL sz 7,tcw 7.43cts $55 941-554-2140 RIN G PERID O T HEART NEW SIZE6 PLAT.OVR.925 SILVER TCW 2CTS $55 941-554-2140 RIN G RUBYHEART & BLA C K SPINEL sz 8 tcw 4.1cts $95 941-554-2140 WALLET H ar l ey D av id son w/chain.never used. $30 941-235-2203 W AT C H, S TAINLE SS S TEEL INVICTA Pro-Diver, New in package $75 863-494-5918 WEDDING BRIDAL gown 2 piece from England $165, OBO 941-268-7571 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES 1 9 1 3 G ENERAL ELE C TRI C OAK WALL TELEPHONE $250 941-268-5067 ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 A NTI Q UE WA GO NWHEEL COFFEE TABLE w/glass top $125 941-575-1609 AS HTRAY VINTA G E Reduced! Cut glass. Tripod feet $25, OBO 941-697-8598 BA S EBALL C ARD S 1 000 nice old collectables $9, OBO 810-210-9553 BUYING OLD MONEY SILVERCOINS & PAPER MONEY. 941-626-7785 C AL RIPKEN jr C erti f ied AUT O GRAPHED baseball card $45, OBO 810-210-9553 C AMER S O LD $ 15up $ 15 941-218-4502 C ANDLE S TI C K S REDU C ED! Vintage. Pair. Crystal w/silver $25, OBO 941-697-8598 C ANDY DI S H w/lid Vintage glass. Excel. cond $30, OBO 941-697-8598 C ARMAT S black $12 941-218-4502 DAI S Y M O DEL 1 89 4 BB RARE version $115 941-575-1609 DEPT. 56 Dickens Village, Houses, Accessories and Specialty items. 941-473-2387 DININ G TABLE 41Ž rd. w/18Žleaf. Hitchcock design. $45 $45 941-488-5595 GRANDMOTHER CLOCK Diplomat, 75Ž High Dark Wood. Exc Cond! $195. 941-505-9792 H O LIDAY BARBIE doll in box $16 941-218-4502 LEN O X C L OC K, plate, vases, swan, bowls, great gifts mint 2/25 or ea $15 941-639-1517 MARILYN MONROE p l ay i ng cards1976 MINT sealed 2 deck set w/case $35 941-474-1776 MI C KEY MANTLE 1 96 568 TOPPS baseball card VG or better $99, OBO 810-210-9553 NAUTI C AL C HART S 14 Total, 1970s and 1980s, good condition. $50 716-598-2406 6075 FRUITS & VEGETABLES BLUEBERRIES U Pi c k R ea d y for Picking at Ft Ogden. Call For Directions 863-990-6164 6090 MUSICAL AMPLIFIER PEAVEY B ac k stage Plus, good working condition. $50, OBO 716-523-0463 BANJ O LIN S S S tewart Mandolin Banjo, excellent player, new skin $275 716-523-0463 C F MARTIN M an d o li n M e ll on Back, no cracks, great playing condition. $400 716-523-0463 DULCIMER SOLID wood,teardrop shape, made in Va. $75 941-473-8984 ELECTRONIC TECHNIC ORGAN Model SX-F100, Mint, extras $2250. 941-380-7224 HAMMER DULCIMER O a k with stand, excellent cond. $400, OBO 716-523-0463 MAND O LIN AMERI C AN C onservatory by Lyon Healy, very old, GC $275 716-523-0465 TEN O R BANJ O S mall tenor banjo,maple, good condition $75 941-473-8984 6095 MEDICAL ACC E SS IBLE C HAIR li f t Acorn Superglide chair lift, std. 120V. Its mounted on a stairwell with 14 steps approx. 15 ft long. Excellent condition. $1,700, OBO 586-215-7944 BA C K S UPP O RT C ountour back foam wedge almost new $100 248-890-0402 BED S IDE P O TTY Medline-holds 300 lbs-very solid great shape $20 941-445-5619 LIFT C HAIR by PRIDEw/HEAT & VIBRATION Green Fabric, Like NEW $375 941-268-8951 LIFT C HAIR, Pride Dark G reen Fabric, Excellent Condition! $250.obo 941-493-7166 (Venice) RE C LINER ELE C TRI C li f t chair up/down sleep orig 1100 $349, OBO 941-580-4460 SHOWER CHAIR w /CASTERS & FOOT RESTS by Lumex Like NEW $120 941-268-8951 WALKER SEAT DELUXE storage breaks more. Orig $249 $75 941-580-4460 6100 HEALTH/BEAUTY BATH TUBSAFTY RAIL EASY TO INSTALL $15 941-627-6780 6110 TREES & PLANTS A L O E A G AVE begonia crepe myrtle fern devils backbone staghorn $5 941-202-3696 BROMELIADS VARIOUS ki n d s shapes colors and sizes in pots starting at $5 941-202-3696 FL O RIDA/AV OC AD O /JATROPHA/ROYAL POINCIAN A $10 941-202-3696 FRAN G IPANI JATR O PHA oyster pineapple pothos snake spider lily $5 941-202-3696 Treemendous Tree, Inc. NUSURY PINAPPLE PLANTS fruiting $30/ea SNOW QUEEN HIBISCUS 7 gal $20.00 NICE MANY OTHER SHURBS AVAILABLESTOP IN TO SEE US MONDAY SATURDAY 9AM-3PM 6068 RUFF ST. NORTH PORT OR CALL 941-426-8983 FL-6444 A 6120 BABY ITEMS C RIB/ C HAN G IN G TABLE Cherry finish with mattresses for both $150 518-763-9936 P O TTY C HAIR Fisher Price, Ad j ustable $10 570-768-7858 P O TTY C HAIR Happy Hippo, Musical $5 570-768-7858 S TR O LLER 3 -WHEEL Like New Dreamer Design Dk Blue $60 941-627-3636 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES AEROBURNER TAYLOR made-senior graphite15* 3 wood MINT $79 941-875-5983 C LEVELAND LAUN C HER G old 5 wood 19* RH reg flex excel cond $40 941-488-7774 COBRA AMP 3 W oo d LH 15* Stiff adjustable excellent cond $30 941-488-7774 GO LF BA G Deluxe RJ 14 top blk/brn -lots of pockets-v.good $39 941-875-5983 GOLF BAG L eat h er m i zuno P ro staff bag w/cover v. g ood $89 941-875-5983 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GOLF BALLS lik e new, no scuffs, marks or logos, per dozen $7 941-488-7774 NEEDCASH? GOLF CLUBS f u ll set mens RH exc cond, bag, Ping Putter $125 941-743-9055 GOLF CLUBS K C o b ra I rons, T Made Burner, Odyssey 2 Ball $125 941-661-2667 JACK NICKLAUS Q4 D r. 440cc, adjust wts, 9*, R flex, like new. $45 941-249-3946 YELLOW JACKET 4G BATTERY CABLES Corrosion Resistant Best Golf Cart Cables $129.95/SET. VISIT DarsGolfCarts.com 941-769-1431 NO TEXT PLEASE 6126 GOLF CARTS 2008 EZGO TXT 4 PASSENGER{FLIPSTOACARGODECK} NEWBATTERIES{9 /17 } HEADANDTAILLIGHTSGREATTIRES, BRAKES, WINDSHIELD, TOP, PAINT, CHARGERANDSS CAPS. NEWCHARGER, GARAGEKEPT$ 3275. 941-716-6792 CALLSONLYPLEASE 2010CLUB CARPRECEDENT4 SEAT GOLF CART 48 VOLT BLUE" BRAND NEW BATTERIES {C8} LIGHTS AND HORN RECENT FULL SERVICE FAST CART $ 3650. 941-830-4723 I CAN DELIVER CALLS ONLY NO TEXT PLEASE 2014 Club Car Precedent Golf Cart Plumb Crazy PurpleŽ NEW Custom Build Brand New Batteries Tuck and Roll Upholstery 2 passenger Golf Cart4 passenger Version AvailableNEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW LED Head & Taillights NEW Flip Down Windshield NEW Chrome SS wheel caps NEW DOT Tires, Brakes, Floor NEW Mat, Mirror. Canopy Top. 48 Volt E.R.I.C. Charger STK#A182 $4995 941-769-1431 DELIVERY INCLUDED (25 mi.) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com 2015 Club Car Precedent $3995 BOB-CAT Green BRAND NEW BATTERIES Yellow Jacket Cables Monsoon Roof Matching Club Cover 48 volt ERIC Charger Factory Upholstery Folding Windshield Factory spoke Hubcaps Cooler, Sandbucket Excellent DOT Tires Wide Angle Mirror STK# 1824 941-769-1431 Visit DarsGolfCarts.com WE DELIVER FREE (25 MI.) BEAUTIFUL2015 EZGO RXV TOPOFTHELINEGOLFCARTNEWBODYSPARKLINGCHAMPAGNEFINISH48 VOLTWITH4 MONTHOLDBATTERIES. GREATTIRES, BACKSEAT, LIGHT, WINDSHILDANDMIRROR. +20 MPH. $ 4995.OBOCALLORTEXT941-585-9861 EZGO MARATHON 4 PASS. $1795 BATTERIES 4mth NEW Yellow Jacket Cables Factory Upholstery Folding Windshield Factory Rear Seat Head and Tail lights Chrome SS Hubcaps Excellent Tires, Mirror Top and Charger 941-769-1431 DELIVERY INC. 25 MI. VISIT DARSGOLFCARTS.COM NO TEXT PLEASE GOLF CART B attery P owere d Kangaroo Hillcrest New Battery, Char g er, $550. 941-214-8050 6126 GOLF CARTS GO LF C ART, 20 1 2 Yamaha, Gas, 4 Passenger with Golf Bag Straps. Recent Oil Change. Suntop with Dual Gutters. LED Lights. Flip Down Rear Seat. Flip Down Windshield. Horn, Headlights and Tailights. 4 Cupholders. Exc. Condition! Must Sell ASAP $4,895 obo 231-835-0201 LEXUS GOLD MIST Ž 2014 Club Car Precedent CUSTOM GOLF CART BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Plush Upholstery New Head & Taillights Flip Down Windshield New Yellow Jacket Cables Chrome SS wheel caps Fresh Tires, Brakes, Mirror 48 Volt E.R.I.C. Charger High Speed and Rear seat Available Runs as NEW! STK#175B $4,995. 941-769-1431 Free Delivery (25 miles) Visit … Darsgolfcarts.com PLEASE NO TEXT MUSTSELL2014 CLUBCARPRECEDENTBLACK4 PASSENGERBRAND NEW 2018 BATTERIES +19/20 MPHL.E.D LIGHTSINC. SIGNAL ANDBRAKE, HORNANDE.R.I.C. CHARGER. ABSOLUTELYLIKENEW$ 4675. 941-830-4723 I CANHELPWITHDELIVERYNO TEXT PLEASE PASSION PINK Custom Build 2014 Club Car Precedent BRAND NEW BATTERIES Custom Pearl Pink Paint Tuck & Roll Upholstery NEW Yellow Jacket Cables NEW New Bushings NEW Folding Windshield NEW Head and Taillights NEW SS Wheel Covers New Rear Seat AVAIL. New Tires, Mirror Top and Charger STK#1823 $4995 941-769-1431 Delivery Inc. 25 MI. Visit DarsGolfCarts.com NO TEXT PLEASE 6128 EXERCISE / FITNESS EXER C I S E BIKE RE C UMBENT w/Electronics NICE $75 941-268-8951 TREADMILL BYPROFORM w/Electronics NICE $125 941-268-8951 6130 SPORTING GOODS C AR RA C K Thule It locks.For kayak etc. $150 941-624-2899 C AT C HER S MITT/ RAWLIN GS NEW $85 941-624-0928 ELLIPTI C AL O R BIKE Dual Trainer,New Condition $95 941-764-8435 FIREWOOD $100.00 PER PICK UP LOAD NOCAMPINGTRIPIS COMPLETEWITHOUTIT! PINE, OAK, ORCITRUSSPLIT, BUN-DLED, ANDREADYFORTHE FIREPIT! 941-468-4372 HORSE SHOE PITCHING SET COMPLETE NEW W/CASE $25, OBO 941-627-6780 LIFE JA C KET S Various sizes. Excellent condition $4 941-460-9698 RAWLIN GS BA S EBALL G love w/hinged pad#RBG34 good cond. $30 941-474-4959 SOFTBALL BAT C om b at Di rty 26 oz slow pitch like new in box $65, OBO 941-875-5983 TENNI S RA C KET S Wood. Vintage Chemold-great shape $10 941-445-5619 W IL SO N PR O FILE TENNI S Racket, excellent condition, with cover $25 941-473-4828 6131FIREARMS Bushmaster AR w/extras incl 'bump' $1050; Amer Tactical AR w/extras $850; Ruger.357 GP100 $550; Ruger .17HMP NIB $465: Ruger .32 HR Mag cowboy $575. 941-235-2500 N O TI C E: S eller Acknowledges Compliance With All Exisiting Federal, State and Local Firearms Regulations and Laws in Regards to Sale and Transfer of Advertised Firearms. 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES A N C H O R W/5 f oot o f chain up to 36 foot boat $25 941-4609698 FISH LANDING NETS 4 & 5Ž Excellent condition $25 941-460-9698 FI S HIN G E Q UIPMENT O LD EX COND PLUGS REELS poles $25, OBO 941-391-6377 REEL DAIWA BAIT C A S TER 100HLABr New Boxed $60 941-830-5241 REEL OKUMA VS ystem V30BrNew+SpSpool $85 941830-5241 6133 HUNTING & FISHING SUPPLIES REEL PFLUEGER S upreme BrNew+SpSpool $60 941-830 5241 6135 BICYCLES/ TRICYCLES 1950 PINKBANANA SEAT Bicycle Free Spirit $100 941-258-4771 3 F O LDIN G Bikes Nice quality great riding folding bikes each only $45 941-474-1776 3 WHEEL Ad u l t Bik e B ran d new, Easy To Ride, Big Seat, In Box! $275 941-524-1025 3 WHEELBIKE older, adult, needs paint $65, OBO 330-714-2783 3 WHEEL BIKE, rebuilt good tires paint very good $135 937-875-5538 BANANA S EAT 1960 Pink Bicycle Free Spirit $100 941-258-4771 BICYCLE B ran d new, very n i ce, easy to ride, comfortable! $90 941-524-1025 BIKE Ad u l t. Ni ce se l ect i on o f quality great riding bikes each only $50 941-474-1776 BIKE Mens 26 Ž Needs Tires $20 941-624-3091 BIKE RA C K by ALLEN S P O RT for 1 Bike Trunk Mount for SUV $35 941-268-8951 BIKE RALEIGH R ecor d LTD Racing Bike, Like New! $185 941-257-5500 FOLDING BICYCLE D a h on 16Ž Mariner folding bicycle. $100 941-347-8248 KENT PAMONA men  s 26Ž a l uminum 7 speed, front & rear shocks $90 941-303-2957 MIAMI BI C Y C LE 26 inch mens bike, 10 speed, new tires $40 330-714-2783 PANAMA JA C K Mens 26 Ž cruiser NICE Look good in the hood $70 941-474-1776 RALEI G H 3S peed O ld school bike. Vintage. $35, OBO 941-764-0222 SCHWINN COLLEGATE 26Ž mens thin tire 3 speed fenders very good $45 941-629-6502 SCHWINN TRAILWAY H y b r id step thru aluminum tubing frame, 21 speed, Helmet $125 330-417-9761 TRICYCLE OUTDOOR lif e f o ld ing tricycle white frame 20Ž w heels 2years old $225 941-391-4707 6138 TOYS/GAMES M O N OG RAM C Y C L O NE motorized engine kit never made orig box $20 941-639-1517 6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/ VIDEO VINTAGE CANON CAMERA AE-1 W/accessories $150 941-629-4857 6145 POOL/SPA/ & SUPPLIES **SPAS & MORE** Family owned and operated for 20 years! www.spasandmoreflorida.com Over 40 Spas to choose from. We take trades! We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 PATI O /BEA C H UMBRELL A Schmidts Beer, red white $10 941-624-3091 P OO L 15X 3  Ring Pool, pump, ladder, skimmer, vacuum, chemicals $175 941-626-3265 6160 LAWN & GARDEN 22Ž SPREADER lik e new Scotts Deluxe with Edgeguard $30 941-575-6003 C uddle up by the fire! Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 D OC K BEN C H Rubbermaid. Great for pool too. Like new. Grey. $40 715-439-0459 FERTILIZER S PREADER good condition $10 941-743-3258 FI S H P O ND with water f all, 30 gallon, can be put in ground, exc. cond. $65 941-627-9201 LAWN FERTILIZER S PREADER RepublicŽ; made in USA $15 941-639-1517 LAWN M O WER, S el f Propelled. Mower has been serviced. $150 570-768-7858 M O WER, MURRAY RIDER 11HP, 30Ž CUTNEWBATTERY$425 (941)763-4818 PATIO B eac h U m b re ll a Schmidts Beer, red/white $10 941-624-3091 REDW OO D TRELLI S 2 wooden-gd cond. 24x72 each $15, OBO 941-743-3258 W ATER P O ND S good shape, & plant containers $20 941-624-0928 WHEELED CART S uncast Resin; plenty of worksurface. $35 941-627-3636 6161OUTDOOR LIVING CHAR BROIL c l ass i c gr ill Very nice temp gauge in hood $36, OBO 810-210-9553 DININ G S ET PATI O 4 2 X4 2 X 2 7 fiberglass table 4 cushioned chairs $111 941-275-5837 PATIO LOVE SEAT Iron Taupe Decorative $110 941-624-0364 PATIO SET w i t h ta bl e 4 c h a i rs ornate chairs cushions. Exc. Cond. asking $90/obo 941 380-7224 PATIOSETS (2) SETS Gl ass top 4 chairs each. Aluminum, cushions $100 989-348-2734 RUGS INDOOR/OUTDOOR 8.5round, 4x5 terracotta & blk, clean $50 941-876-3878 6165 STORAGE SHEDS/ BUILDINGS S HED Manu f acturerRobin, 9x11 good Cond, $500 615-594-6162 6170 BUILDING SUPPLIES BALL VALVES new 3/4Ž screwed $6, OBO 314-609-1540 D OO R L OC K LEVER HANDLE LOCK, NIB. $25 941-627-6780 D OO R S INTERI O R $2 5 each 941-380-9212 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY BELT SANDER 6Ž C ra f tsman Floor model w/extra belts $185 941-575-1609 C C LAMP S C HAIN S AW, TOOLS 941-474-1251 CLAMPS 3/4Ž p i pe cost 400 $75 941-585-8149 DEWALT 1 0 Ž Table sa w w/stand $250 941-268-5067 EXTENSION LADDER Al u minum 20 foot. Rotonda $50, OBO 239-220-2121 G ENERAT O R 62 5 0C oleman, with 2 gas cans. $500 941-743-3866Call after 5PM GENERATOR COLEMAN P ow ermate 6250/5000. Used 1 week. $500 941-255-1832 PRE SS URE WA S HER Electric Husky 1650 PSI. Works great. $50 715-439-0459 S KILL S AW 2 HRl/n in steel box 6Xblades $40 941-624-4244 S T O RA G E C ABINET S (4) with screws, bolts, nuts,etc. $25 941-585-8149 TELE SCO PE, S TARRE T Gages Mod S579HZ $75 314 609-1540 6220 OFFICE/BUSINESS EQUIP./SUPPLIES DESK CHAIR HIGH BACK bl ac knever used $50 239-209-7630 DE S KG LA SS top2 tiered-with keyboard traymetal frame $85 239-209-7630 6225 RESTAURANT SUPPLIES NEON SIGN WE DELIVERŽ $50 941-999-4176 6231 BIRDS FWCAS Exotic Bird EXTRAVAGANZASun April 8th 10AM-4PM. Sarasota Fairgrounds Potter Building. Adm $4. Info:www.fwcas.org Pat 941-475-7103 6232 CATS N O TI C E: S tatute 5 8 5.1 9 5 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external parasites. C AT S BETTER THAN SPOUSES! Cats wont buy stupid things on a credit card! Wont hog covers on the bed! Dont dirt y dishes! Love unconditionally! Always smiling! Must see Orange Manx, Tiger declawed cat, white blue-eyed! Call 941-270-2430. 6233 DOGS NOTICE : S tatute 585 195 states that all dogs and cats sold in Florida must be at leas t eight weeks old, have an offi cial health certificate and prop er shots, and be free of intes tinal and external parasites. AK C S TANDARD P OO DLE PUPS Females, Adorable $850/ea, (941)-258-2341 6235 LIVESTOCK CHICKENS FOR SALE Treemendous Tree Nursery 6068 Ruff St., North Port Open Tues-Sat 9-2:30 941-468-4372FL-6444A 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES C AT T O Y S asst.o f toys tunnel chase mouse .must see $20 941-391-6377 DOG ORCAT C arr i ers /B e d s 15Žwide 16Žtall 26Ždeep Like new $23 941-627-9201 MEDIUM CARRIERS N ew. 2 Hard Case, 1 Sof-Krate start in g @ $20 941-627-3636

PAGE 38

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 25B 6000 MERCHANDISE 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES Estate sale EVERYTHING MUST GO! THURS -SAT 8-4 15426 Kites Ave. Treadmill, Furn Bedding, Golf Equip more! AdvertiseToday! FRI SAT 8 4 475 P a l metto Dr NE. GARAGE/MOVING SALE,Home Decor, Furniture, Clothes, Glassware and more! FRI SAT 8AM 2PM 1060 Alton Rd. Port Charlotte. Estate Sale! TVs Tools, Womens Clothing, 2 Refrigertors, Throw Rugs, Beds, Furniture, Misc Items FRI SAT 9 2 1502 E ag l e Street. Tools, Household, Paintings, Appliances, Furniture, Clothes and MORE! FRI .SAT 8 2PM 700 Clearview Dr. Lots of Tools, Scuba Dive Gear, Home Goods & miscelleneous HUGE MOVING SALEFRI.-SAT.-SUN. 8-1 44 McCabe St. Furniture, Tools, Bed and much more. From Garage to Back Porch!! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES S ATS UN. 8 -5 27185 San Marino Dr. Hrbr Heights. All things MUST GO! Moving & money will go for food for homeless Vets. S AT. 9 -4 1711 9 O hara Dr. Tools, Clothes, Games, Household, Picture Frames, some Furn., and more! SAT .SUN 8AM ? 2545 Ednor St. HUGE GARAGE SALE!!LOTS of Antiques, Glassware, Furniture, & MORE!!! S AT.S UN. 8 AM3 PM 2428 Broadranch Dr. Books, Fishing, Household, Picture Frames & MUCH MORE!! THURS.-SAT8:00-2:00 844 Ellicott Circle NW ESTATE SALE! Jewelry, Collector Dolls, Furniture, Glassware, Bachman Train, Kitchen Items, Clothes & MUCH MORE!! Credit Cards Welcome. THURS .SAT 8AM ? 23071 Peyton Place. MOVING SALE!! Furniture, Table Saw, Bikes, Dishes & MORE!! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS UN. 9 3 PM 5222 Blackjack Cir. Prairie Creek Estates, Appliances, An tiques, Furniture, Exc Condition! FRI.S AT. 8 AM-1 2 PM 660 Coronado Dr. P.G.I. ESTATE SALE! Entire Contents of Home! Come Check Us Out! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI. APRIL 6TH, 8-12 & SAT. APRIL 7TH, 8-10 2101 Via Venice. ESTATE SALE Assisted by the Isles Girls and Guys. (Dir: Marion to Tropicana, Turm Left; Turn Right on Via Esplanade; turn left on Via Venice) Sofa; 2 Chairs; Large Coffee Table; 2 End Tables; Sofa Table; Long Cabinet; Large Chinese Dining Room Table; Small Chest; Pictures; Artificial Flowers; King Bed; Dresser/Mirror; Chest; 2 Night Stands; Lamps; Hi gh Top Table/4 Chairs; Twin Beds; Dresser/Mirror; 1 Night Stand; Clothing; Desk Chair; Wicker Etagere; 2 Bar Stools; Iron & GlassTop Table/4 Chairs; Round Table/4 Chairs; Sofa; 2 Small Glass-top Tables; Chair Glider; 1 Huffy Bike; 1 Murray Bike; Wheel Barrow; Vacuum; Fishing Gear; Lawn Tools; Shelving; Miscellaneous Kitchen & Garage Items. Please check out our website www.islesgirlsandguys.com This website has a description of all of our upcoming sales. Buyers are responsible for the removal of their purchased items. Our cashiers have information regarding independent movers. S AT. 8 AM2 PM 2601 Palm Dr., Charlotte Park. LOTS of Furniture. Something for Everyone!! S AT., 7: 30 -1 2 PM 14270 Burnt Store Rd. GREEN BARN SALE. Lots of Furniture and Home Decor. 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES SAT., 8-12. Charlotte County Public Schools, Surplus Store, 1025 Carmalita St, School District, Surplus Property Special Saturday Sale SAT .SUN 8AM 4PM 5945 Parada St. HUGE YARD SALE! Everything for Each Room of Your House! LOOK! AREYOUONLINE? INCREASEYOUR EXPOSURE! Addyourinternetaddress toyouradforalittleextra! ST. VINCENTRUMMAGE SALE 25200 Airport Rd & Taylor Rd Sat. April 7th 9am-12Noon Household, Furniture, Linens, Clothing, Shoes, Purses, Jewelry, Books & Toys. Rain Date: Sat., 4/14 9am-12 Noon 6006 NORTH PORT AREA GARAGE SALES SAT, APRIL 7, 8AM…1PM CHARLESTONPARKCOMMUNITY SALE TAKESUMPTERBLVD. GONORTHONPRICEBLVD., LEFT@ GLENALLEN, LEFTONSPRINGHAVEN S AT.S UN. 8 AM-1 2 PM 2456 Malibu Lane. EVERYTHING Must Go! CHEAP! HOUSEHOLD! 6007 ENGLEWOOD AREA GARAGE SALES FRI &S AT 1 0 -4 7388 Thomas Street REDECORATING: Leather Couch, Dining room table & chairs, misc. household, and other items. FRI SAT 9 2 2011 F or k e d Creek Dr. MOVING SALE! Vintage Wicker, Florida painted furn, Household, Kayaks, 17 Y ankee Skiff: exc 30HP Johnson. FRI .SAT 8AM 4PM 1960 Kentucky Ave. Fishing, Tools, Lawn Mower, Household, Ladders, Mets Items ETC! 6008 ROTONDA AREA GARAGE SALES S UN. O NLY. 9 AM2 PM 201 Rotonda Circle. 6.5 x 3 Wood Patio Table & Chairs. Exc. Cond! Tools, Golf, Fishing, Beach Items & MUCH MORE! 6009 GULF COVE AREA GARAGE SALES FRI .SAT 8 3 5020 Duprell Terr, PC, Fishing Din nerware, Tools, Furn, Patio Sets, Some Free Items & MORE!! 6010 S.GULF COVE AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 9 3 9 4 60 MI G UE Circle. MOVING SALE, Dining room Set, Household and Garage items. Some Free Stuff. FRI.-SAT. 8AM-4PM COMMUNITY YARD SALE!! Gardens of Gulf Cove (776 to Coliseum Blvd or Thorman Rd.) Come Check Us Out & See!!! 6011 S. VENICE AREA GARAGE SALES PSYCHIC FAIR2nd & 4th Sat. Every month 10am-3pm TOP READERS $15/15 min ANGEL MINISTRIES 2269 S. Tamiami Trail Venice 941-492-4995 www.angelministriesfl.org S AT. 8 -1 5 92 Linden Rd. Household, Toys, Baby items, Clothing, Tools, Pictures, and more! F i n d i t i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s 6012 VENICE GARAGE SALES FRI.S AT. 9 AM-4PM Wildlife Center of Venice, 925 N. Jackson Rd. GIAN T Y ARD SALE! No Early Birds Please. Proceeds to Benefi t Wildlife Center of Venice. 6013NOKOMIS/OSPREY GARAGE SALES PARK TRACE ESTATES Annual Community GARAGE SALE One Day Only, Saturday April 7TH 9AM-2PM US 41 to Bay St. Rain Date: 4/14 S AT. 8 2 M O VIN G S ALE Downsizing, Multi-Family, Woodlands at Rivendell (off old Venice Rd.) 665 & 668 Clear Creek Dr. Furniture, Antiques, Tools, Fishing Gear, Art, Kitchen Appliances, Knick Knacks, Watches, DVDs, Clothes & More 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES NUBZ D OG C HEW S made in USA, real chicken $8 941-624-0928 6250 APPLIANCES AC UNIT 3 TON wa ll -mounte d with heat. Bard 3 ton A/C $475 941-485-8172 AC WINDOW UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 AIR CONDITIONER M aytag. NEW window unit 5000BTU w / remote $99 941-575-1609 COFFEE MAKER K eur i g deluxe. Orig 359. p60 Like new Gift $125 941-580-4460 DISHWASHER WHITE wor k s great rarely used $95, OBO 941-268-7571 DORM FRIDGE $25 941 421 2704 DRYER MAGIC CHEF w hi te heavy duty $90 941-303-2957 FRIDGE WATER FILTER N ew Fits Whirlpool, Kenmore call for fitment $15 941-769-3475 OVEN GE sta i n l ess stee l black glass top, clean $150, OBO 941-526-5348 REFRIGERATOR MAYTAG top freezer w/icemaker, white. $175 941-421-2704 REFRI G ERAT O R WHITE sideby-side works good $175, OBO 941-268-7571 WASHER & DRYER GE Whi te top load clean good condition $250, OBO 941-235-8357 WASHER & DRYER T op Loader, White, $325. (941)763-4818 deliver y avail. WASHER/DRYER STACK A BLE white, easy to use $395. (941)763-4818 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. SlidingDoorsandmore.com Call Bob 941-706-6445 Owned and operated by Local Fire fighter. L o w o v e r h e a d = L o w p r i c e s 8  F O LDIN G TABLE S 6white plastic Each $20 941-639-3670 A B BEER S teins O lder AB steins,many years,20 and up, $20 941-624-0928 AIR FILTERS 5 10X10X1Ž NEW $5 941-627-6780 COFFEE POT El ec F ar b erware $22 941-496-9252 CONFEDERATE FLAG never flown-3x5 great shape $15 941-445-5619 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ENTERTAINMENT CENTER beautiful cherry wood 5/4/2 $100, OBO 941-875-1519 FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 GARAGE DOOR OPENER w/2 remotes, accessories $70 941-429-8221 GASGRILL BRINKMAN W/20#TANK/empty unit on wheels $50 941-474-4959 HAND T OO L S TABLE FULL TOOLS ASSORTED $25 941 391-6377 HORSE SHOESET S tee l R egulation $18 941-496-9252 MAKASA 10X w i ne go bl ets $25 941-999-4176 MONARK STATIONARY Ex. Bike good condition $25 941-474-4959 ORECK XL V ac. stoppe d wor k ing $20 941-999-4176 PICTURE FRAMES 15 sma ll various sizes $3 941-585-8149 PLUMBING SUPPLIES va l ves, pipes, toilet parts, etc. $20 941-585-8149 PORTABLE OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR Save up to 70 % 30 Day Risk Free Trial (800) 789-2832 RECORD COLLECTION includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 RICER/STEAMER AROMA $20 941-999-4176 S HARK T OO TH SC REEN f loating screen for shark teeth/shells $12 863-494-5918 S H O PPIN G C ART large with rubber n wheels $20, OBO 941-830-2583 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP w / auto float $30, OBO 314-609-1540 TABLE W/ CHAIRS 5 FT TABLE 6 FT TABLE 8 CHAIRS $45 941-391-6377 TRA S H C AN, 20 gal metal w /cover used for pet food. $5, OBO 314-609-1540 WOO D S ILVERWARE C HE S T Reed & Barton. Mahogany finish. $65, OBO 941-484-1842 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE PVC FITTINGS All new, a ll s i zes for free $0 941-629-6254 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYING SILVER COINS DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785 6999 MERCHANDISE $199.99 AND UNDER SCOOTER P r id e gogo new batteries very good $500 941-979-9257 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 20 1 6 BUI C K LA C R OSS E $18,911. BLACK, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7030 CADILLAC 2008 CADILLAC DTS $7,800 Red Saddle int. Orig 42K, Senior Owned, Garage Kept. (732)-887-4818 200 5 C ADILLA C DEVILLE 81K MI. EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7040 CHEVROLET 2006 CHEVROLET HHR $1,500 obo Good around town car, some bumps & bruises 140k miles, New engine @ 60k mi, Call 941-223-7244 2015 CHEVY IMPALA $17,900 5900 mi, Under Warr., new cond Turbo 4cyl 631-921-4907 2015 CHEVY CORVETTE $69,000 Coupe, automatic, 1,500 miles 941-457-0715 2016 CHEVY IMPALA LTZLTD 6 Cyl. Warranty. Many Options! $15,795. 941-426-3494 7050 CHRYSLER 2009 CHRYSLERSEBRING TOURING CONVERT 76K MILES! ONETOUCHOFTHE BUTTONPUTSTOPDOWN, WIN-DOWSDOWN& ADJUSTSMIRRORS. NEWFIRESTONERAIDALS, TOP LIKENEW, ALLMAINT. RECORDS PROVIDED& UPTODATE, EVERY IMAGINABLEOPTION, NICESTINTHESTATE$6975 CALL941-220-9752 NODISAPPOINTMENTS! 7050 CHRYSLER 2009 C HRY S LER PT CRUISER 4 CYL. AUTO, 59K MILESMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7060 DODGE 2005 DODGE CARAVAN $3,500 All Power,New Tires, New catalytic Convertor,No Oil Leaks, Stow Away Seats O-2 Sensor 137,000 miles 906779-5447 7070 FORD 2003 FORD FOCUS $1 900 for sale Beige 1 owner Call Tammy 941-830-0680 2015 FORD EXPLORER $26,595 Low Miles, Loaded 941-698-4141 FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednes day ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 2018 CARGO CRAFT 8.5X24 CAR HAULER ONLY $5,750.00 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 20 14 F O RD F OC U S 5 DOOR HATCHBACK, 29KMILESMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7075 GMC 20 15 G M C C ANY O N $29,990. SILVER, NAV, SLT 24K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7080 JEEP 20 1 0 JEEP PATRI O T $8 800 Limited FWD, 33K miles, spot less, always garaged, nav, sun roof, heated leather, all power $8800 firm 941-769-6181 2017 JEEP PATRIOT SPORT $12,500 auto, 2.4, Silver, 4200 mi, MINT 941-451-9729 2009 JEEP WRANGLER $17,500 2dr, Hard Top, 6cyl, 6spd w/cruise, Trailer pkg, Orig inal Owner, 83K, All Service Records 386-341-6136 7080 JEEP 20 1 3 JEEP WRAN G LER $29,911. BLACK, NAV, 32K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 20 1 6 JEEP CO MPA S LATITUDE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 200 5 JEEP LIBERTY S P O RT MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7090 LINCOLN 2000 LINCOLN CONTINEN TAL $2,000 OBO, Solid car, new tires, 100K orig mi, good running cond. 941-235-0225 2002 LINCOLN TOWN-CAR $3,800 134K miles, 4 door, Leather, 941-766-9397 2013 LINCOLN MKZ $19,500. Hybrid, Only 15K Miles! Loaded! Like New! 941-815-7653 (P.C.) 7100 MERCURY 2000 MERCURY GRANDMARQUIS $1,500 leather, 200k mi, 508-524-5939 PC 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,800 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822www.propowerauto.com 2008 S ATURN AURA XE $5,9954D Sedan 92,507 mi 844-467-9558 dlr 7140 MISC.DOMESTIC AUTOS PCT ENTERPRISES OF F LORIDAWe buy and Sell All Models Please call Today941-473-2277 7145 ACURA 2008 ACURA MDX $15,990. BLACK, AWD, 66K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7147 AUDI 20 1 6 AUDI RDX $25,911.WHITE, 17K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR C a s h i n w i t h C l a s s 20 17 AUDI Q 5 $32,911.WHITE, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 AUDI A6 $40,477 GLACIER WHITE, 3.0T 23K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7148 BMW 20 11 BMW 5 28 I $15,911. WHITE, NAV, 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2009 BMW X5X35D $16,990. WHITE, DIESEL, 51K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 BMW M240 $48,990. BLACK, NAV, CONV 2,171 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7160 HONDA 20 14 H O NDA C RV $17,990. GRAY, 48K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 HONDA PILOT $36,477 LUNAR SILVER, 28KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $43,950 LUNAR SILVER ELITE 5,716MI 85 5-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $43,950 LUNAR SILVER ELITE 5,716MI 85 5-481-2060 DLR 2017 HONDA PILOT $43,987 LUNAR SILVER ELITE 5,175MI 85 5-481-2060 DLR 2008 HONDA ACCORD EX 95KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2007 HONDA ACCORD EX-LLOADED, EXCCONDITION, REDUCED! MAKE OFFER.941-626-7682dlr 7163 HYUNDAI 2013 HYUNDAI SONATA $12,990. SILVER, GLS, 38K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 HYUNDAI S ANTA-FE $16,990. BROWN, SPORT, 61K MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 HYUNDAI SANTEFE LIMITED ULTIMATE 1 Owner, 22k miles ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2010 HYUNDAI ELANTRA TOURING SE 27K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2007 HYUNDAI SANTE FE SE ABSOLUTELY GORGEOUS! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7177 KIA 20 11 KIA SO UL PLU S 4 CYL. AUTO, EXTRA CLEAN. MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7178 LEXUS 2008 LEXUS GS 350 $12,990. GRAY, NAV, 98K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2007 LEXUS GS 350 $12,990. SILVER, NAV, AWD, 93K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2011 LEXUS RX 450 H $15,990. GRAY, 107K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2010 LEXUS IS 350C $21,990. WHITE, CONV, 61K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2012 LEXUS RX 350 $24,990. SATIN, CERT, 59K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 LEXUS IS 200T $31,911. BLACK, CERT, 17K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 LEXUS ES 350 $32,911. BROWN, CERT, 17K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS RX 350 $32,990. RED, CERT, NAV, 31K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 LEXUS NX 200T $33,990. SILVER, NAV, CERT, 11K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2007 LEXUS ES350, EXCCONDITION, REDUCED, MAKEOFFER941-626-7682 dlr

PAGE 39

26B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION 7190 MERCEDES 1 996 MER C EDE S -BENZ S-CLASS $7500. Turbo Diesel,V ery low miles, Exceptional condition, Hi MPG, Service records 941-639-6394 Leave Msg. 2009 MERCEDES E550W $10,990. SILVER, 96K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7200 NISSAN 2008 NISSAN VERSA SL 4DR. SEDAN62KMIMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 2004 TOYOTA CAMRY LE EXTRA CLEAN $6995 MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2013 TOYOTA COROLLA $12,990. SILVER, LE, 15K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA PRIUS 3 $17,900 19,606 Mi. Immaculate! Nav, Back Up 404-512-5348 2018 TOYOTA CAMRY $21,990. GRAY, LE, 8,793 MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA VENZA $23,990. BLUE, NAV, XLE, 25K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER $25,990. SILVER, NAV, XLE, 83K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 TOYOTA AVALON $25,990. WHITE, LTD, NAV, 23K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 14 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $27,911. SILVER, NAV, LTD, 44K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 T O Y O TA HI G HLANDER $29,990. WHITE, XLE, 28K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 20 15 T O Y O TA 4 RUNNER $33,987. GRAY METALLIC LTD, 36K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2006 TOYOTA HIGHLANDER Lmtd. 67k mi, Blue Exc cond. $12,000 941-485-2794 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 2007 VOLKSWAGEN BEETLE $3,495 Red, Convert. Automatic, 2.5l, Lots of news, Exc. cond. 508-735-7395 20 1 2 VW JETTAS 62K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7230 VOLVO 2000 VOLVO S80-T6 $2,495 Leather int, 4 new tires, 114K mi. 401-225-5667 2009 VOLVO C40 $7,990. SILVER, AWD, T5, 88K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2017 VOLVO XC90 $49,990. GRAY, NAV, AWD, 19K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1940 PLYMOUTH SEDAN $15,000. Early Hot Rod. 941-740-1775 1966 FORD MUSTANG $43,000 Fastback GT 389 Hipro 5 Spd., Cal. Car. 781-883-3210 1966 AUSTIN HEAL Y $69,000. 3000 Mk 3, Restored & Show Ready! 781-883-3210 F O RD M O DEL-T PART S & literature nice selection $100 must see 941-474-1776 7260 AUTOS WANTED CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. (352)-342-7037 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 P C T ENTERPRI S E S OFFLORIDAWe buy and Sell All Models Please call Toda y 941-473-2277 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 7270 AUTO PARTS/ ACCESSORIES TRU C K T O NEAU C over Trif old, Black $75 863-494-5918 FENDER S KIRT FOR 1960 Chevy Impala $75 863-558-2836 WHEEL CO VER For 1960 Chevy Impala $100 863-558-2836 TIRE S( 4 ) 2 45/5 0 R/1 6 Firehawk W.O. 60% Tread. $225 908-310-0310 TIRE RIM CHROME FOR 15i n TIRE-6 lugs-Chevy or Nissan $5, OBO 941-445-5619 TAIL G ATE VENTED, f or Dodge Truck, Excellent Condition, Used very little $35 941-627-9201 FULL S ERVI C E G ARA G E P C T We Will Beat Competitor Pricing! All Makes & Models 941-473-2277 EN G INE S TAND Portable, HD, Blank head $50 314-609-1540 EDELBROCK 600 CFM 4 barrel carburetor $100 863-558-2836 BARREL ALUM INTAKE S ( 4 ) for Chevy, choice of 5 $50 863-558-2836 1 96 7-` 68 F O RD MU S TAN G FastbackShelby Side Air Scoops. New $150 941-661-2667 14Ž RIM S ( set o f 4 ) for Olds,Pontiac,Buick $75 863-558-2836 7290 VANS 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $30,477 SMOKY TOPAZ, EX-L 30K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $30,477 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 26K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $30,877 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 24K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,477 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 10,314 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,477 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $ 31,877 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 10,466 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,897 WHITE PEARL, EX-L 9,321 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,987 WHITE DIAMOND, EX-L 5,215 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $31,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 16K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $31,987 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 9,190 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $32,497 MODERN STEEL, EX-L 15K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $34,277 CRYSTAL BLACK, 45K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 6 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $35,987 WHITE PEARL, 15K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $35,987 WHITE DIAMOND, 21K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 HONDA ODYSSEY $37,877 WHITE DIAMOND, 17K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $39,950 TOURING, STEEL, 6,665 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 8 H O NDA O DY SS E Y $41,950 TOURING, STEEL, 7,075 MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2009 G M C A C ADIA 3rd row seat, EXTRA CLEAN! MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 2006 D O D G E G RAND C ARAVAN SXT 86K MILES MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7300 TRUCKS/ PICK-UPS 20 15 C HEVY S ILVERAD O 3500HD $32,950. WHITE, 20K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 8 H O NDA RID G ELINE $41,877. BLACK EDITION, CERT 5,312 MI. 855-481-2060 DLR 2016 CHEVY SUBURBAN $52,677. CHAMPAGNE SILVER 27K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 7305 SPORT UTILITY/ VEHICLES 2015 FORD ESCAPE $18 500 29K, Beautiful AWD, fac warr pctcars2.com 941-473-CARS dlr 20 1 6 H O NDA HR-V $2 1, 900 crossover, AWD, SUV, low miles. pctcars2.com 941-473-CARS dlr 7320 AVIATION S AVANNAH V G -L S A Amphib. Rotaxs 912, Excellent condition, KPGD $52K 941-626-9598 7330 BOATS-POWERED 3 5 MAIN S HIP 1 998 Trawler Yanmar diesel, 533 hrs. 8 dinghy $105,000 941-697-0940 1 8  1 992 HARRI S DE C K BOAT 85HP 1992 Yamaha needs some repair. Trailer included $1 200 615-594-6162 7330 BOATS-POWERED 23.2 2001 HURRICANE Fun Deck. 200 2 Stroke Yamaha, All New Cushions, New Gauges, New 12` Minn-Kota Talon. $13,500. 734-637-3526 23 1990 MAKOCC 200HP Yamaha 2 Stroke. Incl. Trailer. $5,500 207-312-4550 (P.C.) 16 ALUMINUM BOAT W/ 6HP MOTOR & TRAILER $2,500 CALL 941-488-9657 7336 BOAT STORAGE/ DOCKING B O AT LIFT AND CO VER, 10,000 lb capacity Nylon straps, reduced $2500, 941-625-5023 BOAT DAVITS two post mount davits. good condition $400 585-734-1141 7338 MARINE SUPPLY & EQUIP. M O T O R LIFT SS with tackle. Like new $200 941-697-0940 A N C H O R LINE 1 2 5 1/ 2 Ž 3 strand $40 941-697-0940 INVERTER C ABLE 4/0 wire w/switch and 500A fuse NEW $75 941-697-0940 ELEC ADAPTER s i ng l e p i gta il 20A Male to 30A Female $25 941-697-0940 B O AT FENDER S 20 Poly f orm white or blue $25 941-460-9698 B O AT E Q UIPMENT S ET 2 LIFE JACKETS FISHING NETS 2 paddles chair $25 941-391-6377 7339 CANOES/KAYAKS 15 S UND O LPHIN C AN O E oars, wheeldolly, roof pads,3 seat $225 941-769-3475 14 5 OLD TOWN CANOE LL Beam folding seats, 2 new paddles, trolling motor & custom mount $425 941-587-2688 13 DOUBLE KAYAK Wild ernessSit-in,Paddles,jackets. $495 941-624-2899 12 2 MAN KAYAK adj seats 2 oars jackets $295, OBO 941-380-6935 7341 TRAILER & ACCESSORIES TRAILER 3 X5 with tool box util ity trailer, aluminum tool box $475 941-485-8172 TILT BOAT tra il er up to 1500 lbs & 14cap. perfect $375, OBO 941-380-6935 NEW SHIPMENT!ENCLOSEDTRAILERSBYLARK ANDOPENTRAILERSBYTRIPLE CROWNINSTOCKALSO NEW CARGOCRAFTENCLOSEDTRAILERSMATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR NEW CARGO CRAFT EN CLOSED TRAILERS JUST ARRIVED FROM 8 TO 20 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR BOAT TRAILER me d d uty to 15 winch jack spare $295 941380-4713 120Ž TRAILERS CARGO ENCLOSED DUMP UTILITY EQUIPMENT SKIDSTEER. PARTS-SERVICETRADESWELCOME. FINANCINGAVAILABLE. 941-575-2214WEBUYTRAILERS, CARS& TRUCKS.ROYS TRAILER COUNTRY 4760 TAYLOR RD., P.G. 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS HARLEY 2015 H er i tage S o f ta il 103 cu. in. 6 Speed, Anti-lock brakes. Only 2000 mi. Like New! $14,900, OBO 843-901-8327 HARBOR SCOOTERS for all your scooter needs... 3315 Tamiami Trl. PG We Repair Scooters too! 941-347-8705 SALES SERVICE PARTS HarborScooters.net 20 1 8 C AR GO C RAFT8.5X24 CAR HAULER ONLY $5,750.00 Ready for immediate delivery MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 20 14 TRIUMPHB O NNEVILLE T100 680 mi, efi, 865cc, $5,750 970-216-0788 7360 CYCLES/MOPEDS/ SCOOTERS 2007 HONDA VTX 1300R Like New, 3690 Original Miles, All service recently performed $4,500 386-341-6136 7361MOTORCYLCE ACCESS. INDIAN M O T O R C Y C LE Desert, tan leather driver back rest $150. & passenger back rest. $250 401-683-2105 7380 MOTOR HOMES / RVs MOTORHOMES NEW CLASS AS $79,995.00On Select modelsWINNEBAGO COACHMEN FOREST RIVER THOROffer Expires 4/30/18NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM T urnyou r trashinto cash! Advertise youryard sa l e! WANTED All M otor Homes, TTs, 5th wheels,& Diesel trucks. CASH paidon the spot for quick sale. Any Condition! Low or Hig h Value. 954-789-7530 TURN YOUR RV INTO CASH!Sell it! Consign it! Trade it!NOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM TOWABLE HOTLINE 1-877-684-5132TRAILERS/5TH WHEELS TOY HAULERS/ SLIDE INS Top Brands Best PricesNOW SERVING NOKOMIS*FORTMYERSBRADENTON* LAKELANDFAMILYOWNED& OPERATEDGERZENYS R.V. WORLD 2110 US 41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM OVER 800 RVS IN STOCK! *SALES *SERVICE *PARTS *BODYFAMILYOWNEDAND OPERATEDGERZENYS RV WORLD2110 US41, NOKOMISI-75 EXIT195 941-202-6422 NEAROSCARSCHERERSTATEPARK WWW.RVWORLDINC.COM Blue-Ox Tow Hitches Sold & Installed. PRO-POWER AUTO SALES 4140 Whidden Blvd PC 33980 (941) 627-8822 33 2006 NEWMAR 5th Wheel 3 slides, exc cond. Many Extras! $19,000 989-255-8487 7382 RV/CAMPER PARTS TRA C K S TAR RV satellite sys tem Dish/Direct TV $150, OBO 941-255-3338 What makes a great salad? Fresh, crisp produce. What makes a salad extraordinary? Balance and surprise. As in a stunning salad made from four citrus fruits, hearty endives and colorful chicories on the menu at The Progress in San Francisco. There, chef-owners Stuart Brioza and Nicole Krasinski shave ricotta salata in thin curls over the salad to transport it well beyond any predictable bowl of greens. Of course, salads prove best when composed with in-season produce. The neat and tidy piles of red and green radicchios, endives and chicories we spied on a visit to the San Francisco farmers market in the Ferry Building help demystify the chefs creation. Likewise, the inspiring variety of fresh, seasonal citrus at nearby stalls. Back home, I am happy to “nd a wide selection of citrus in large supermarkets. That means I can add wedges of satsuma mandarins, slices of Oro Blanco grapefruit and blood orange to my salad and Meyer lemon in the dressing. As for the greens, I turn to Deborah Madison for help understanding endive. In her Vegetable Literacy,Ž Madison writes of the confusing nomenclature of chicories and endive. She gives their Latin names, Chichorium intybus and Chichorium endivia. What really matters to me is that these are greens with sturdy leaves and slightly bitter ”avors „ delicious for pairing with the citrus. Most of us can “nd plump heads of Belgian endive and magenta-red Chioggia radicchio. Its more unusual to “nd Treviso „ those oblong heads that taste milder than Chioggia radicchio. Curly endive and escarole tend to be readily available, but require just the right dressing to counter their bitter toughness. I employ vinegars with deep ”avor, strong cheese and rich toppings such as toasted nuts, smoked ham, hardcooked eggs. Another favorite cold weather salad combines roast chicken with pickles. Yes, chicken salad can be relevant during cold weather months. The trick is to serve the combination without chilling it like we do in summer. Plus, a bit of smoky chipotle in the dressing warms up everything. The key to good chicken salad is using top-notch chicken, of course. In a pinch, Ill use a rotisserie chicken from the grocery store and pull the meat away from the skin and bones. However, most rotisserie chickens tend to have a mushy texture and dry meat. Better is homemade roasted chicken theres no prep time, just oven time. So, when Im roasting chicken for Sunday dinner, I make an extra for weeknight cooking. One small chicken yields about 4 cups of shredded meat. For supermoist chicken, I poach boneless, skinless pieces in chicken broth. It takes less than 15 minutes to poach chicken this way and the texture is worth the time. A bonus: ”avorful poaching liquid to use in soups or stews later or season with salt and a pinch of curry powder for a liquid, low-calorie snack.Tips for salad greatnessA few basic elements can guarantee great salads: € Homemade dressing. The single best way to improve your salads is to blend a few ingredients in a jar for a superior-tasting, low sugar, no preservative topping. Dressings can range from vinegar and oil to more elaborate concoctions with cream, fresh herbs or interesting spices. Homemade vinaigrettes and salad dressings keep well in the refrigerator „ a week or so for creambased, longer for simple vinaigrettes. Use them at room temperature for maximum ”avor and palatability. € Freshness. Think freshness from crisp salad greens, crunchy green onions and perfectly ripe tomatoes when in season. € Crunch. Nuts and croutons, obviously, but other options include crisp apples, raw root vegetables such as diced kohlrabi, shredded beets, carrot curls and paper-thin radish slices. € Richness. This could come from a delicious olive oil drizzle, shreds or cubes of cheese, avocado chunks or bits of cooked bacon. A tiny portion of cream, yogurt or sour cream added to a vinaigrette enriches a salad with minimal calories. € Acid. Brighten any salad, any season, with delicious vinegar. I change it up a bit by keeping a stash of cider, malt, sherry, red and white wine vinegars and balsamic vinegars (affordable bottles of red and white as well as a more expensive aged balsamic for judicious drizzling). Fresh lemon, lime and grapefruit juices and bottled yuzu can also form the base of a great vinaigrette. € Salt. Yes, salt can make or break a salad. Most vegetables bene“t from a little salt to enhance their natural ”avors. Salt can also come in the form of shredded or grated aged cheese, such as Romano or Parmesan. € Protein. Even a side salad offers more long-lasting satisfaction with a bit of protein added. This can be as simple as a few nuts or shreds of cheese. Wedges of hard cooked-egg and canned beans, along with their low cost, have the bene“t of adding unique texture, too. With a bit of planning, diced or shredded fully cooked meat, poultry and seafood make a salad a main-dish contender € Surprise. One surprising ingredient can ward off salad boredom no matter the season. In winter months, clementine or grapefruit segments, sliced olives and diced pickled vegetables prove welcome in just about any salad. During the growing season, I add slices of ripe tomatoes and peaches, asparagus tips and sliced stalks, fresh peas in or out of the pod, ripe berries and shaved summer squash.Best salads: freshness, crunch, balance and a surpriseBy JeanMarie BrownsonCHICAGO TRIBUNE

PAGE 40

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 27B MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers Brisk walking, hitting the gym, making it to the pool or spin class „ those are great activities that'll help ll your need for aerobic action that elevates your heart rate and breathing, increases brain health and repair, and ups your overall metabolism while reducing harmful inammation. But these days even folks who get the recommended 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity a week still do a lot of sitting around „ watching TV, at work and in the car. In short, most folks have a "more Roomba than rumba" lifestyle! A recent survey found that the average American sits 13 hours a day and sleeps around 8. That's 21 hours of immobility. According to a study in Diabetologia, every extra hour of sedentary time is associated with 22 percent increased odds for Type 2 diabetes and 39 percent increased odds for metabolic syndrome (a constellation of issues including elevated glucose, high blood pressure, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels). For real vitality, you can embrace lots of small, frequent changes in position and eort. Study after study shows that it's the little things „ standing up and walking while talking on the phone, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, washing your dishes by hand, mopping a oor „ that are necessary to keep your muscles, mind and molecules healthy. Fortunately, if you've been active in the past „ say, played high school sports or been a roller skater or a bike rider „ you can thank your muscles for their memories! A new study out of the U.K. reveals that exercise actually alters the DNA in your muscles „ another one of those epigenetic changes „ and muscles' memories of exercise past can help power your new commitment to moving more. One Finnish study found that cutting leisure-time sitting by 21 minutes a day resulted in improvements in biomarkers for heart health and lower glucose levels. Plus, over the course of a year, the get-up-more-often group maintained muscle mass in their legs, while a control group who did not cut sitting time saw muscle mass decrease by half! A University of Indiana study shows that taking three veminute walks during a three-hour stretch of sitting reverses harm that sedentary behavior does to leg arteries. It seems that when your muscles are slack (while you are sitting), they don't contract and don't help pump blood back to the heart. Blood can pool in the legs, damaging the lining of your vessels and making them less exible, which is a risk factor for stroke and heart attack. Since surveys show that most people would like to stand up more often, reducing your sitting time by 50 percent is a do-able and essential goal. „Find every chance to stand and move more. For example, walk up and down the soccer or softball eld sidelines while watching your kids play. Take the stairs at work. Get a standing desk. Walk the dog; don't just watch the dog walk. „Make TV watching active: Do stretches, exercises or pedal a stationary bike. „Go retro: Mow the lawn with a push mower; use a broom, not the vacuum; hang the laundry out to dry in the backyard. „Build up your endurance and increase your aerobic activity, too: Sign up for water aerobics; play tag with the kids; heck, join a dodgeball team (they're all over the place). You'll be surprised at how happy your muscles will be when you shift them from memories to motion!DEAR ABBY: I'm a 29-year-old female and still a virgin. This decision is mostly based on my religious beliefs, but also because I haven't met the right guy. I have been struggling with this for several years because it seems my religious views and that of society are at odds. Rather than feel proud of my virginity, I feel ashamed. At this point, I'm worried that if I tell a guy I'm a virgin, I'll be rejected. Throughout my teens and 20s, I believed that waiting for Mr. Right was the best route for me. Now that I'm older, it has become a constant weight on my shoulders. Our society places so much emphasis on sex. At 29, it seems I have failed in some way. I met a guy recently and we both expressed that we had feelings for each other. I later found out that he had a girlfriend and two small children. I haven't seen him again, but I can't stop thinking about him. I thought he was a nice guy, but I feel so disappointed. I'm concerned about my future. I'm afraid I won't meet the right guy and that I'll make a bad decision with the wrong guy. Any advice or words of encouragement would be greatly appreciated. „ Waiting In The Midwest DEAR WAITING: All single people face the dilemma you are facing at one point or another. Too often, they make painful mistakes that they later regret. You, however, dodged a bullet. Virginity is a gift that can be given only once. Rather than feel disappointed, be glad you didn't waste it on a man who is already in a relationship and has two children. You say you are religious. If that's true, have enough faith to believe you WILL meet the "right guy" at the right time. You might benet by talking to your spiritual adviser about how to nd a life partner whose values mirror your own. If that's not possible, some sessions with a psychologist may help you to regain condence in your judgment. Dear Heloise: I would like to oer one opinion and two helpful hints: Many hair-care companies make a clarifying shampoo that is more eective and gentler to the hair than BAKING SODA. Or j ust leave shampoo that has been lathered in the hair for two to three minutes. This will soften the hair spray, and a second lathering will easily remove the buildup. I make a gallon of tea at a time using four to six tea bags. After the tea has steeped, I put the tea bags in a custard cup and into the refrigerator. I nd that this works better than baking soda to get rid of odors. I use coarse salt and ice cubes to clean vases, coffeepots, etc. Put the ice and salt in, and swish it around a couple of times and rinse. I'm not opposed to using baking soda for cleaning. I love using it in combination with vinegar for cleaning my sink drains. „ Holly in New YorkUsing your muscle memory to keep your mind healthy Virgin fears she's waited too long for her Mr. Right Better than baking soda?Hints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

PAGE 41

28B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION ARIES (March 21-April 19). The nished product may not be anything even close to what you were hoping for, but the hoping is so much fun. Shouldnt that count for something? TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The tourists are trying to discover all that a place has to oer in the limited time they are going to be there. In some ways youll feel like a tourist, traveling to new worlds that just happen to be close to home. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Of course its better to make something important than to make something perfect. Its also much easier. ImportantŽ serves the people it matters to, whereas perfectŽ serves an idea... and very likely an idea that only you are having! CANCER (June 22-July 22). Go where people need you. This is the luckiest place for you now. Helping others always helps you; sometimes it helps you eventually, but today it will help you immediately. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Why should things that matter most be at the mercy of things that matter least? Turn it around to the extent that you can. The rst step is in recognizing the problem. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). There are those whose main mission is to seek oppositional positions. They are teenagers; they are trolls; they are the antagonists of the story, and they are only doing their job. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Today there will be things that call for an emotional response (relationships, passions) and things that dont go well when emotions are involved (investments of the monetary variety.) SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). To relax in the company of new people is not easy for most people. The awkward moments are realer and facilitate greater connection than the graceful ones. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Oering a bit of grace is never a bad idea. Its not top of mind, of course. The mind tends to be topped by such things as exerting superiority and proving its omnipotence. But your better angels will denitely prevail. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The obsessive types will fare well in the current cosmic climate as they cling to one idea and wont let go until everyone around them is on board. Youll participate in such enthusiasm all weekend. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). If the action were distilled into a short synopsis, it would go something like this: Youll show up, appreciate what others give, give your own and then leave. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youre dierent from the others. You give great attention to the small. You learn from the meek. You have fun with the strong without joining them in the pursuits that dont serve your highest purpose. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (April 7). The world responds to your friendly energy. The next 13 weeks show you working with diverse talents and adding new skills to your own arsenal. Youll be asked to commit in May. Youll be building something important in July. Investments of time and energy pay nancial dividends in August. Love signs are Leo and Cancer. Your lucky numbers are: 40, 15, 3, 20 and 18. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

PAGE 42

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 29B PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

PAGE 43

30B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION PALM ISLAND 480 S Gulf Boulevard Kevin Mackin 941-769-0198 D5923984 $1,695,000 PALM ISLAND 61 S Gulf Boulevard Ellen Baker & Kevin Mackin 941-268-4999 & 941-769-0198 D5913680 $1,490,000 OSPREY 854 Macewen Drive Michelle Hupp 941-773-5464 N5915808 $1,600,000 LOCALLY KNOWN. GLOBALLY CONNECTED. VENICE405 Sunset Drive Edie Lomason 941-320-6298 N5917234 $614,900 ENGLEWOOD1375 Beach Road 105 Yvonne Wolf 941-855-1566 D5921927 $515,000 PORT CHARLOTTE2401 Pappas Terrace Open Sun 1-4Reatha Valera 941-875-4770 D5922930 $499,000 VENICE571 Khyber Lane Helene Johnston, P.a. 941-232-5484 A4210343 $450,000 OSPREY3204 Jessie Harbor Drive 3204 Denise Mattmuller 941-232-8055 A4211075 $399,900 PUNTA GORDA3392 Sunset Key Circle B Ken Parr 941-916-1252 C7249092 $295,000 VENICE1220 Poplar Avenue Patti Roper 303-247-1979 A4211763 $294,000 NORTH PORT3072 Junction Street Shawna Wagar 727-420-4987 D5923012 $275,000 PUNTA GORDA5042 San Rocco Court Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7245268 $268,500 VENICE1885 San Silvestro Drive Robert Goldman 941-400-2756 N5916984 $254,500 PORT CHARLOTTE3121 Rivershore Lane Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5917816 $995,000 VENICE445 Bayshore Drive Robert Brooker 941-445-0861 N5916953 $975,000 PUNTA GORDA3213 Sunset Key Circle Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7246301 $795,000 PLACIDA11220 Hacienda Del Mar Blvd 403 Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A. & Johns W. Knight, Jr.941-759-3796 D5921627 $750,000 OSPREY863 Macewen Drive Rosalie Phillips & Nichole Dovgopolyi 941-544-4430 A4206227 $649,000 VENICE1542 Waterford Drive Jo-Anne Sckowska & Nell Taylor 941-321-8975 N5917251 $359,000 VENICE231 Nolen Drive Susan Brooker 941-223-6055 N5917083 $350,000 VENICE2112 Mattamy Court Robin Sullivan 941-467-4210 N5917239 $329,500 PUNTA GORDA901 Don Juan Court Linda Mazner 239-633-1970 C7249794 $315,000 NORTH PORT1992 Coconut Palm Circle Ken Callahan 941-676-0901 D5922057 $308,000 PUNTA GORDA432 Gaspar Key Lane Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7249400 $189,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE215 Rubens Drive H Marcia Salkin, Pa 941-376-6121 A4214538 $155,000 VENICE672 White Pine Tree Road 57 Tammy Kitt 941-284-7274 N5916312 $139,900 LAKE SUZY12144 SW Egret Circle 106 Leo Roberts 941-916-0598 C7250994 $135,000 ENGLEWOOD6767 San Casa Drive 69 Randy & Joni McLendon 941-504-5675 D5923812 $129,900 PLACIDA240 Arlington Drive Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D5920844 $389,000 NORTH PORT/VENICE2935 Belleville Terrace Sharon Rodgers 941-716-7731 D5921918 $369,900 ROTONDA WEST220 Broadmoor Lane Karen Brown 941-380-2820 C7248036 $359,999 NORTH PORT/VENICE5660 Riviera Court Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D5919107 $359,900 PUNTA GORDA24417 Baltic Avenue 201 Richard Stewart 941-639-0000 C7251184 $359,900 VENICE1911 Hawthorne Road Laura Bennawy 941-416-3132 N5916314 $249,000 PUNTA GORDA3020 Matecumbe Key Road 104 Cynthia Ouellette 239-851-2216 C7250175 $229,000 ENGLEWOOD35 Oakwood Drive N Dianne Corcoran 941-266-1426 N5917200 $229,000 PORT CHARLOTTE2864 Suncoast Lakes Boulevard Genevieve Ramachandran 941-268-1511 C7251245 $199,900 VENICE786 Harrington Lake Drive N 97 Bambi Utton 941-228-4881 N5914583 $199,000 BOCA GRANDE 1635 Jean Lafitte Drive Carol Stewart 941-276-1162 D5920808 $3,375,000 PUNTA GORDA 1478 Kittiwake Drive Sheila Meeks 941-661-2257 C7246589 $879,000 OSPREY 281 Osprey Point Drive Rosalie Phillips 941-544-4430 A4199842 $1,095,000 VENICE 830 N Jackson Road Marcia Cullinan 941-662-5878 D5922684 $1,100,000 PLACIDA 11492 Creekside Way Kirt Huggins 407-456-3022 D5922186 $1,395,000 MSC MORTGAGE | MSC TITLE | MS&C COMMERCIAL NEW HOMES & CONDOMINIUMS | RENTAL888.552.5228 michaelsaunders.comLICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKEROPEN HOUSES SUNDAYS 1…4 PMmichaelsaunders.com SUNDAY'S OPEN HOUSES NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 516 Tamiami Trail S 301. $499,000. Bob Moffatt. 941-2323370. A4206532 1251 Cielo Court. $479,900. Kevin Stanley. 941-716-0564. N5916961 19 Inlets Boulevard 19. $449,000. Marilyn Tibball. 941350-1832. N5916400 101 Louella Lane 14. $249,900. Peter Mann. 941-914-5657. N5917076 PORT CHARLOTTE 2401 Pappas Terrace. $499,000. Reatha Valera. 941-875-4770. D5922930 PUNTA GORDA 24093 Redfish Cove Drive. $449,000. Jennifer Calenda. 941916-0798. C7248316 101 Gold Tree. $199,900. Linda Mazner. 239-633-1970. C7246489 3200 Coquina Esplanade. $159,900. Sandra Limberger. 239-898-5238. C7246705 SARASOTA 4127 63rd Terrace E. $304,900. Joan McMahon. 941-306-9353. N5916076 VENICE 620 Khyber Lane. $488,500. Paul MacLeod. 941-544-632. N5916977 11695 Breadfruit Lane. $469,900. Dan & Audrey Peabody. 941-780-6695. N5917116 669 Egret Walk Lane. $459,000. Troy Haynes. 941-306-7541. N5915148 494 Summerfield Way. $448,500. Susan Brooker. 941223-6055. N5916951 734 Fringed Orchid Trail. $419,000. Gail Kelly. 203-5214656. N5916698 668 Sawgrass Bridge Road. $399,900. Robin Sullivan. 941467-4210. N5913893 1074 N Cypress Point Drive. $386,000. William Eckler. 941408-5363. N5915978 625 Balsam Apple Drive. $369,000. Robin Vaccai. 941716-9867. N5916736 769 Sawgrass Bridge Road. $359,900. Martha Pike. 941-7164392. N5916484 5081 Winter Rose Way. $315,000. Magda Cetta Whelton. 941-408-4047. N5916120 101 Woodbridge Drive 201. $249,000. Scott Johnston. 941232-5482. N5914937 200 San Lino Circle 213. $239,000. Robert Harsch. 941223-3690. N5914554 585 Circlewood Drive X-3. $192,500. Dianne Corcoran. 941-266-1426. N5916982 139 Field Avenue E 139. $169,900. Sandra Defoe. 941800-7399. N5915558 VENICE BEACH 501 Barcelona Avenue C. $429,900. Edie Lomason. 941320-6298. N5913183adno=54535015

PAGE 44

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 31B Question: Can you tell me about your company and why you love working there. Answer: We have three used car dealerships and two service departments in a “ve mile radius from Port Charlotte to Punta Gorda. I like working here because it is family owned and I get to meet new people everyday,Ž said Owen Gorman, General Manager and Vice President. Q: What is your title, and how did you reach this position? A: I am the General Manger and Vice President of the Corporation. I basically started out washing cars at 15 years of age and then during college I sold cars and then I went into “nancing and management and here I am.Ž Q: What are the keys to a good hire in your business? A: I would say the people who have the best chance of getting a job with us would need to have some sort of college or military background. Special skills would be a must for our repair and auto techs.Ž They would also have to have good work ethics. Q: What open positions are most dif“cult to “ll in your company or industry as a whole? A: It would have to be repair, and automotive techs. Because they have to have so much knowledge.Ž Q: What are the three most important personal and three most important technical skills you are looking for? A: Work ethics would be number one. Employees need to show up on time be presentable and ready to work. They would also have to be good communicators ... have people skills, phone skills and be good with numbers.Ž Q: How do you prefer interested job seekers apply for positions? A: One hundred percent, I prefer to have applicants apply in person.Ž Q: Where do you “nd most of your candidates? A: From the classi“ed on the internet.Ž Q: What is it about the current job market that makes it challenging or easy? A: In the current job market there are many jobs available. As a company we have to offer something other employers do not. I would say we offer a fun place to work as well as a good atmosphere.Ž Q: What is your strategy, as a company, to keep employees challenged, engaged and promoted? A: Sales and productivity. We hold people accountable to keep the drive high.ŽYOU AUTO WORK FORGene Gormans Auto SalesSTAFF REPORT PHOTO PROVIDEDGene and Owen Gorman Gene Gormans Auto SalesFamily Motors 941-625-2141 Premier Auto Sales 941-639-7300 Dirt Cheap Cars 941-639-1601 https://genegormans.com Mission Driven... Results Oriented 180 Bed Rehab Facility Solaris HealthCare Charlotte Harbor is a trusted, compassionate provider of rehabilitation and extended care. We have maintained a consistent history of high performance standards. Our expert staff, state of the art facilities and upscale environment makes Solaris HealthCare Charlotte Harbor the premier choice for rehab in Southwest Florida. Apply online @ solarishealthcare.vikus.net NEW!! Sign-On Bonus of $1,500 Limited Time offer! adno=719455 adno=719454

PAGE 45

32B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION Found the perfect job for you? Take these steps to increase your chances of getting the offer. Youre starting your job search, and youre well on your way. Hopefully, youve already found a few job listings that have got you excited. Now, the time has come to actually apply to those jobs and „ hopefully! „ get one of them. Monster career expert Vicki Salemi, who spent more than 15 years in corporate recruiting, says when you see a job youre interested in, its best to take action right away. Do not wait to apply to a job when you see a viable opportunity,Ž she says. As soon as recruiters push job openings live, theyre very conscientious about reviewing incoming resumes.Ž Applying within the “rst 48 hours is critical to getting your application seen, she adds. Follow our step-by-step guide below on how you can go from one of hundreds of applicants to the one person who gets the job.Get to know the companyOK, so youve seen a job youre interested in applying for; now what? You need to get a little more information on the company. Salemi says the last thing you want to do is blindly apply to jobs without doing your homework “rst: You need to know whats going on in the company. Are they expanding? Downsizing? Getting acquired? Where do they stand within the industry relative to their peers?Ž First, do a quick Google News search on the company name to see how and if the business is making headlines. Then check out Monsters company pro“les and employee reviews, powered by kununu. The pro“les and reviews (posted by current and former employees) give you some insider information that can help make you a better candidate. You can “nd out what the culture is like and what the company is prioritizing right now. This is information you may be able to use in your cover letter and de“nitely in your interview to show your enthusiasm for the job and the seriousness of your candidacy.Write a quickie cover letterSome people will tell you the cover letter is dead, and you can skip this step if you want. But if you do, you could be wasting another opportunity to use keywords that will get your resume through the applicant tracking system software and another chance to demonstrate to a recruiter why youre the perfect candidate. We know what youre thinking: Writing a cover letter is such a pain. Heres the secret, though: You really only need “ve to seven sentences to make your point: First, state what youre applying for; second, say what you like about the company; third, say how your experiences match what theyre looking for, and lastly, show your enthusiasm. For more details, check out the article 5 simple steps to writing a successful cover letter.Ž And one thing to remember as youre putting your experiences down on paper: You should still apply even if youre not 100% quali“ed. Its OK to not be 100 percent quali“ed „ thats the key to career growth,Ž Salemi says. Its normal not to be 100 percent there, and the key is convincing employers you have the skills, intellect, resources and ability to get there.ŽTweak your resume for this jobYour resume has been optimized and “nalized, right? Well, not totally. Right before you apply to any speci“c job, identify the main keywords and responsibilities noted in the job ad and see if they appear in your resume „ remember, typically the most important ones will be mentioned early in the posting. If your resume doesnt include these words and phrases, it should. Sprinkle them in, but only where applicable and only in context. Dont try to keyword-stuff your resume or it will be unreadable to the human who will hopefully be reading this eventually. Check out this video for more tips on using keywords.Hit the apply buttonOK, now that youve got your materials together, youre ready to do this thing. As long as youre signed in to your account and have uploaded your resume to Monster, all you have to do is hit the applyŽ button and viola! Your application is sent to the company youre applying to. (If you dont have an account, you can easily create one in a matter of seconds, and it will make the application process easier next time.) If youre not signed in to your account, you can still submit an application by clicking on apply,Ž entering your email and following the application instructions that follow.Focus on the other fish in the seaWhen youve applied to your dream job, its only natural to want to start working there right away. And the good news, Salemi says, is that companies do want to move forward quickly. Even though it feels like the process may drag, companies want to make a hire today, believe me,Ž she says. But there could be internal processes and procedures slowing the process down. Patience is key.Ž In a perfect scenario, she says, you apply today, get a call tomorrow, schedule a phone interview for the end of the week. You pass with ”ying colors and the recruiter tries scheduling you on a few interviewers calendars by the end of the following week or even into the next. You are brought back for another round to interview with them, but lets say a director is out of town, so its two weeks from that point. Then, by the end of that week, the companys “nance department gives their green light for the salary and youre given the offer.Ž In the case that it doesnt work out as perfectly as Salemi describes „ usually “lling a job takes several weeks „ keep in mind that “nding the perfect job is a lot like “nding the one:Ž It can take some time. Also, as anyone whos found a soul mate can attest, you have to go on any number of bad dates before you can get to the altar. So dont get too focused on a single opportunity at this stage in the process. This is a little bit like online dating„you havent even met the person yet, and while he or she may seem charming so far, this might not actually be the match it appears to be. In other words, at this stage, its totally acceptable to be applying to many jobs. This will also keep you busy while you wait anxiously for the call for an interview.Be ready for your moment in the spotlightWhen you do score an interview with a company, youll want to go back to that research you did in step one, as youll want to refer to some of the information in your interviews to show youve done your homework. Review the job ad again, too, to make sure youre clear on what the hiring manager is seeking. And also review answers to common interview questions, “gure out your key selling points, investigate the interviewers and, may we suggest, practicing with a buddy? Heres the full list of prep steps to help you ace this. If your “rst interview is a phone screen or a video interview, youll want to be prepared for the unique styles of those setups. When you get to the in-person stage, youll want to get that handshake right, as its a major “rst impression. For any stage of the interview, you can assume the hiring manager or recruiter will be asking you quite a few questions to get a more in-depth understanding of whether you have the experience for the role and whether youll be a “t, and then theyll open the ”oor to answer any questions you might have about the job or company. Youll want to have a few of those prepared, too.Send the right kind of thank-you noteYour mother was right: A thank-you note is important. It can help you seal the deal after an interview and improve your chances of getting a job offer „ even if you already think you have it in the bag. You can use our thank-you letter template to craft the perfect note to your potential employer. Email thank-you notes to all of the interviewers individually, and within 24 hours of the interview,Ž Salemi advises.Get the biggest paycheck you canEventually, youre going to reach the last stage of this process „ getting the offer. Its a momentous and exciting occasion. But dont get ahead of yourself: Your job-search journey doesnt end when you get the offer. In fact, you still have a bit of work to do. For starters, when you get the offer, dont say yes right away. Salemi says you always want to negotiate your salary “rst. Employers expect you to negotiate,Ž she says. They are more surprised when you dont than when you do.Ž Theres typically more money on the table, so why not try to put a little more cash in your pocket? See the below video for Salemis tips on how to handle the conversation: For more negotiation tips and strategies, you can watch our Facebook live video in which Salemi answers more salary-related questions. Once youre happy with the offer, go ahead and accept „ and please let us know! We want to be the second (after your new employer) to congratulate you! Tweet us or send us a note on Facebook. And remember that were still here for you even after youve got the job. Keep reading our career advice for tips on getting ahead, growing your skill set and dealing with bosses and co-workers.One last note about your resumeWe know the job search can feel overwhelming, regardless of what stage youre at in your career. Deep breath. Take it one step at a time, and that usually means your resume is priority number one. Could you use some help putting it together? Get a free resume evaluation today from the experts at Monsters Resume Writing Service. Youll get detailed feedback in two business days, including a review of your resumes appearance and content, and a prediction of a recruiters “rst impression. Its a quick and easy way we can help you get a great new job with as little stress as possible.How to get the job of your dreamsBy LILY MARTISMONSTER STAFF adno=719456

PAGE 46

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 33B Find Your Passion Dean Construction Inc.RESIDENTIAL … REMODEL … REPAIR CUSTOM FRAMING & TRIM NOW HIRING!Tolls Paid € Must Have Tools & TransportationCall: 941-475-5095 Leave MsgEmail: Dean.Construction.Inc@gmail.com30 N. McCall Rd. € Englewood, FL 34223 Mike Dean President Sean Dean Vice PresidentCarpenters for Framing, Siding & Decks for Englewood & Boca Grande Area. adno=719440State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) will host an Adjunct Job Fair 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 14, at SCF Lakewood Ranch, 7131 Professional Parkway E., in the Medical Technology Simulation Center lobby. SCF is hiring adjunct instructors for Fall 2018 classes at all campuses … Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch and Venice. Disciplines include algebra, American sign language, art, biology, building construction, ceramics, chemistry, developmental math, engineering, “lm, humanities, manufacturing, mass communications, philosophy, principals of athletic-training, psychology, religion, sculpture, statistics and theatre appreciation. Interested applicants can also apply online at http://apptrkr.com/1198368 For more information, call SCF Human Resources at 941-752-5375 or email HRjobs@SCF.edu.Adjunct Job Fair adno=719441 We are seeking talented individuals who share this purpose and want to excel in their “eld of expertise. If you are customer-minded, love to learn and improve, and value collaboration and professional growth, JELD-WEN is the place for you. PRODUCTION ASSOCIATEStarting hourly wage $13.48 Must have a High School Diploma or GED, Higher Education a plus, Good Work History, and Attention to detail. M-F 8am to 3pm 355 Center Court Venice, FL 34285EOE/Drug-Free Workplace adno=719479adno=719457

PAGE 47

34B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION 2000EMPLOYMENT EMPLOYMENT 2005Services 2010Professional 2015Banking 2020Clerical 2025Computer 2030Medical 2035Musical 2040 Restaurant/Hotel2050SkilledTrades 2060Management 2070Sales 2090Child/Adult Care Needed 2100General 2110Part-time/ Temp 2115Home Based Business 2120Seeking Employment 2005 SERVICES WANT A BETTER JOB, GETAPROFESSIONALRESUMESARASOTA/CHARLCO. 941-214-5257 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE Emmanuel Lutheran Church is accepting applications for a PART-TIME, BOOKKEEPER. Bookkeeping and basic accounting experience necessary. Exp. working in a church environment preferred. Flexible hours. Applications will be accepted through 4/16, M-F from 8:30am-3:30pm at the church office located at 800 S Tamiami Trail. Venice No Calls Please. 2030 MEDICAL CNAs, HHAs and CaregiversFind New Clients by Advertising Your Services in the Senior Directory Every Wednesday in The Sun Newspapers. This Feature Publishes in Charlotte, Sarasota, and Desoto Counties. Market Yourself Reach 150,000 Readers! Call 941-429-3110 for more information Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Home5 Star Deficiency Free Facility is looking for you! We want caring healthcare professionals to be part of our team. FULL TIME or PART TIMENURSES … CNAs …FOOD SUPPORT WORKERS941-613-0919Online: www.peoplefirst.myflorida.com HHA/CNA Earn $10-$15/hr Work remotely. Flexible hours Call today!! 239-652-0260 MEDI C AL RE C EPTI O NI S T/ BILLINGEXPERIENCENEEDEDFULLTIMEWITHBENEFITS. EMAIL GUARINOMDMANAGER@COMCAST.NET SOLARIS HEALTHCAREis now HiringNURSE 3-11PM and CNAsSign on BONUS!! Apply: solarishealthcare.vikus.net 2030 MEDICAL www.HorizonTechInstitute.ComADVANCE YOUR CAREERŽ Licensed & Accredited School Murdock Town Center on 411032 Tamiami Tr Unit 3YOUcan become a LPN within 11 months. Enrollment ongoing.Start Working In 2-5 wks! Classes Start Each Month Call For Class Dates Nursing Assistant (120hrs) Home Health Aide (75hrs) Phlebotomy Tech (165hrs) EKG Tech (165hrs) Patient Care Tech (600hrs) Job Assist. & Pymt. Plans Call Now to Register! 941-889-7506 PHLEBOTOMY,EKG, Classes Start 04/30LPNwkds 04/30 CNA04/30 Med. Asst. 04/30 2040 RESTAURANT/ HOTEL CHEFNEEDED F/T Apply in Person to American Legion Post 113 Rotonda West 33947 CUSTODIAL HELP WANTED, Apply at VFW Post 10178 550 N McCall Rd Englewood, Florida HOUSE MANAGERNEEDED F/T. Apply in Person to American Legion Post 113 Rotonda West 33947 PREP COO K, COO K, DISHWASHERSNEEDED AM/PM Experienced Apply in Person Winks Old Town Grill 451 S. Indiana Ave, Englewood PREP COOK, DISHWASHER, & EXP. LINE COOK NEEDED. T OLLS P AID SOUTHBEACHBAR& GRILLBOCAGRANDE941-964-0765 2050 SKILLED TRADES A CLASS MECHANIC, Must Have Own Tools & Valid DL. TOW TRUCK DRIVER CDL Preferred S&S Money Auto Repair 941-232-8455/941-268-1055 ALUMINUM & RESCREENERS Needed EXPERIENCED, FT, Charlotte and Sarasota County. Top pay for Experience! 941-625-7673 CARPENTERS FORFRAMING, SIDING& DECKSFORENGLEWOOD& BOCAGRANDEAREA. TOLLSPAID. MUSTHAVETOOLS& TRANSPORTATION. 941-475-5095 LEAVEMSG CARPENTERS FORFRAMING, SIDING& DECKSFORENGLEWOOD& BOCAGRANDEAREA. SEE OUR DISPLAY AD IN THE VENICE GONDOLIER IN S TALLER/HELPER NEEDED for installation/manuf acturing of Hurricane Shutters. FL Drivers lic. required. Exp. helpful but will train the right person. (941)-485-5878 Venice LEAD ELE C TRI C IAN, Experienced with Residential and Com mercial, MUST have CLEAN Driving Record. F/T with 401K, Medical, Paid Vacation and Holi days. Apply in person 7am-4pm M-F. 7293 Gasparilla Rd. P.C. DFWP & No Phone Calls Please Plaster / Stucco / Punch-out Needed. Must have valid DL and able to drive a company vehicle or have reliable transportation for work. Pay based on Experience. Email Resume: kristin@elitestucco.net Or Call (941) 743…7266 SEPTIC CONTRACTORINENGLEWOODHASIMMEDIATEF/T POSITIONSOPENFORLABORERSANDTECHNICIANS FORSEPTICSYSTEMINSTALLATIONSANDMAINTENANCE, SEPTICEXP. PREFERREDBUTWILLINGTOTRAINTHERIGHTINDIVIDUAL. PAYBASEDONEXP. APPLYAT: 2901 AVENUEOF THEAMERICASORCALL941-475-3011 TIRE CHANGER $500-$600 PER WEEK w/DL. Call 941-639-5681 TRUCK DRIVERS EQUIPMENT OPERATORS AND LABORERS DFWP Apply: DM Construction 3801 Henry St. Punta Gorda. 2050 SKILLED TRADES PRESS OPERATORSun Coast Press, a rapidly growing daily and commercial printing shop, has the following full time employment opportunity. PRESS OPERATOR Minimum of 5 years experience operating a Goss urbanite or community single width press. Willingness to work day/night shift, weekends & holidays. Must be proficient with back to back color registration, folder/ 1/4 folder operations. Knowledge of autom atic pasters an d stacker operations a plus. Must be comfortable working in a fast paced, deadline and quality oriented environment. We offer health insurance, AFLAC, paid holidays, PTO, 401K. We are a drug & nicotine free workplace. Preemployment drug & nicotine screening required. Interested candidates please send your resume to Robin Marotta Production Manager atrmarotta@suncoastpress.com Window & Door Manufacturing CompanyAccepting Applications for: PRODUCTION ASSOCIATEStarting hourly wage $13.48 Must have a High School Diploma or GED, Higher Education a plus, Good Work History, and Attention to detail. EOE/Drug-Free WorkplaceApply in person only: M-F 8am to 3pm 355 Center Court Venice, FL 34285 2060 MANAGEMENT Classified Telephone Sales Manager Do you love inside Telephone Sales? Would you like a well-known first-class product with repeat customers to sell to? The market-leading Sun newspaper is looking for a leader who can both sell individually and coach their inside sales team of five people.CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGis an important part of Sun Newspapers success, and due to a retirement of our current manager, the primary leadership position in the classified advertising department of Sun Newspapers is available. This position is a sales management position that includes all major classifications: employment, real estate, automotive, services, and merchandise as well as obituary sales and public notices including legal advertising. This leadership position requires telephone sales management experience, coordination and management of daily operations of telephone sales, budgeting, and forecasting. The position requires superior customer service skills and an understanding of customer needs, as you will deal with local businesses and private party customers regularly. Daily classifieds, obituaries, and public notices are handled through proprietary software that facilitates both a print and online solution, therefore, the best candidate wil l have computer skills including Microsoft Office (Excel) and must understand what available technologies capabilities are and how utilization at the maximum level will help to create revenue success. We offer: Competitive salary plus bonus opportunities Health and dental insurance Paid time off 401(k) Training Stable and secure company with advancement opportunities. We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/ nicotine testing required.Please send your resume to: Sun Newspapers Glen Nickerson Publisher 23170 Harborview Road Port Charlotte, FL 33980 gnickerson@sun-herald.com 2070 SALES THE AUTO CLUB GROUP IS SEEKINGATRAVELASSOCINPORTCHARLOTTE, FL!APPLYVIA:HTTPS://AUTOCLUBSOUTH.AAA.COM 2070 SALES JOIN OUR SALES TEAMOpportunity to earn up to $60,000 your first year.Advertising SalesImmediate OpeningWe will even train the right person.We are looking for our next sales superstar, is it you?DO you have a passion for helping small businesses succeed?DO you want to make a difference in the local business community?DO you like meeting new people.DO you like networking and participating in communi ty events?Sun Newspapers is a full-service, local advertising & marketing co. in Port Charlotte.What we need: Outstanding work ethic. Desire to listen, learn and achieve success. High level of sincerity and integrity. Reliable transportation. Microsoft Office proficient. We offer: Guaranteed base salary $25,000 Uncapped Monthly Commission plus benefits, bonuses and expenses. Fun, energetic and engaging working environment with daily coaching and weekly training to ensure your success. Recent college graduates welcome.We want to hear from you!Please send resume to: Stacie Goldberg sgoldberg@sun-herald.com We are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/ nicotine testing required. 2100 GENERAL $250. HIRING BONUS MERRY MAIDS IS HIRING FT & PT HOME CLEANERS! Flexible Hours, No Nights or Weekends, Good Pay, Must Have Valid Drivers Lic. Experience a Plus But Will Train. Call for Details (941)-255-5656 Are you organized? Do you like people? Are you a problem solver?We are looking for a full-time CUSTOMER SERVICE PROFESSIONAL! Not your "run of the mill" customer service person who can answer the phone but one who makes a difference with every customer they interact with! We are a stable company that is looking to grow and we need your help! We offer benefits: Health Insurance, paid vacation, 401(k), pleasant working conditions, in a company that values it's employees and it's customers. Proficiency in Excel, Word, interpersonal communication required as well as the desire to help our company grow as a member of the team! Position is located in Venice. We are a drug and nicotine free work place. Pre-employment drug and nicotine testing required. Please send res ume to: JOBS.SWFLORIDAINC.COM CAREGIVERSm Assisted Living, Venice PT, Sat 7:00am-12:30pm Sunday 7am-7pm 941-799-1271/941-258-6080 2100 GENERAL AREYOURETIREDANDMISSINGSOMETHINGINYOURLIFE??WEREYOURSUCCESSESINTHEWORLDHANDLEDWITHPRIDE& DETERMINATION? IFTHESETRAITSARESECONDNATURETOYOU, THENWEWOULDLIKETOTALKTOYOU! WEARESEEKINGATEAMOFREPRESENTATIVESTOREPRESENTUSASCIRCULATION SUBSCRIPTION SPECIALISTS**DEPENDABLETRANSPORTATIONISREQUIRED. WERECOGNIZETHATYOUVALUEAFLEXIBLESCHEDULE. IFINTERESTEDCONTACTJIMDEFALLE AT941-786-7676 The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED DAYS INNis hiring for EXPD MAINTENANCEHeavy lifting required.Apply in Person to: 1941TamiamiTrl. Port Charlotte DOCK HAND Needed at Marina on Boca Grande. Call 941-964-0154 DRIVER, FISH CUTTER & WAREHOUSE HELP for Local Seafood Company. Good Pay!!! 941-380-9212 GARAGE DOOR INSTALLERS NEEDED WEPROVIDEACOMPANYTRUCK, TOOLSANDBENEFITS WITHANINDEPENDENTWORKENVIRONMENTASAGARAGEDOORINSTALLERAT. WORKINYOUROWNBACKYARDOFSARASOTA& MANATEECOUNTYFORWESTCENTRALFLORIDA`SLARGESTGARAGEDOORCOMPANY. WEWILLTRAINYOUTOBESUCCESSFUL. SENDRESUMETO: JEFFERYBURNS JBURNS@BANKODOORS.COM IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!We have several immediate openings for Representatives to promote the Sun Newspapers in Retail Stores, high traffic shopping areas, special events, etc. No cold calling. We use a low-key approach with friendly interaction with the public. This is an enjoyable year round position with potential to earn above average income. Positive, work environment. Flexible work schedule. F ulltime/Part-time. Positive work environment. Outgoing, friendly and professional appearance, dependable with reliable transportation and cell phone. Those selected will be given training and taught how to make great money right away. For interview appointment call: 941-268-5731 or 941-883-8590

PAGE 48

WEEKEND EDITION € APRIL 7, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 35B 2100 GENERAL ENTRY LEVEL POSITION FOR PRINTING WEARECURRENTLYSEEKINGA FULLTIMEENTRYLEVEL MANUFACTURINGPOSITIONINOURVENICEPRINTCENTER. THIS POSITIONINCLUDESTHE OPPORTUNITYTOLEARNTHE PRINTINGPROCESSFROMTHE ENTRYLEVELPOSITIONAND ADVANCEINA PROGRESSIVEENVIRONMENT. INTHISPOSITIONYOUWILL ASSISTINTHECREATIONOF VARIOUSWELLKNOWN NEWSPAPERSANDOTHERRELATED PRODUCTSONOURPRESS. D UTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES REMOVEPRODUCTFROMTHE ENDOFTHEPRINTINGPRESSOR FINISHINGMACHINE. MOVESKIDSOFPRODUCT WITHAHANDJACK COMPLYWITHALLQUALITY,SAFETYANDWORKRULESAND REGULATIONS. WORKHOURSARE4:30 PMTO1:30AMQ UALIFICATIONS EFFECTIVELYCOMMUNICATEWITH OTHERMEMBERSOFTHESTAFF. ASSISTOTHERCREWMEMBERS WITHVARIOUSDUTIESINCLUDING WEBBINGUPOFTHEPRESS AND/ORSPECIALHANDWORKIN ORDERTOMEETCUSTOMER REQUESTS. FOLLOWALLCLEAN-UPAND HOUSEKEEPINGPROCEDURES.THEABILITYTOTAKESTACKS(AVERAGE10-30 LBS) USINGREPETITIVEHAND/WRIST MOVEMENT, OFFOFTHEENDOF AMACHINE(2-4 FEETHIGH) AND STACKPRODUCTONSKIDSFROM FLOORLEVELTO5 FEETHIGH USINGREPETITIVEBENDINGA ND TWISTING. THEABILITYTOREMOVESKIDS(WEIGHINGUPTO2400 LBS) BY USINGAPALLETJACK THEABILITYTOUSEACOMPUTER. ATLEAST18-YEARSOFAGEOR OLDER ABILITYTOWORKWELLINA TEAMENVIRONMENT ABILITYTOFOLLOWINSTRUCTIONS ANDWORKINDEPENDENTLYTHEABILITYTOREADANDWRITE;POSSESSGOODVERBALAND WRITTENCOMPREHENSION. WEAREADRUGANDNICOTINE WORKPLACE. PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUGANDNICOTINETESTING REQUIRED. APPLICATIONSAVAILABLEATTHEVENICEGONDOLIERORVENICEPRINTCENTER. MARKAPPLICATIONSTOTHE ATTENTIONOF: KENMORINGOR E-MAILTO: KMORING@SUNCOASTPRESS.COM 2100 GENERAL IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!We have several immediate openings for Representatives to promote the Sun Newspapers in Retail Stores, high traffic shopping areas, special events, etc. No cold calling. We use a low-key approach with friendly interaction with the public. This is an enjoyable year round position with potential to earn above average income. Positive, work environment. Flexible work schedule. F ulltime/Part-time Positive work environment. Outgoing, friendly and professional appearance, dependable with reliable transportation and cell phone. Those selected will be given training and taught how to make great money right away. For interview appointment call: 941-268-5731 or 941-883-8590 LOOKING FOR AN ENJOYABLE POSITION WITH FLEXIBLE HOURS THAT FITS YOUR LIFESTYLE? IMMEDIATE OPENINGS for Representatives to promote the Sun Newspapers at various locations throughout the local area. NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED WE WILL TRAIN Perfect for Retired/ Semi-Retired, Outgoing, dependable who can set their own schedule. Prior self-employed or sales experience a plus. Positive work environment. Business casua l attire. Relia ble transportation and cell phone required. Call today for interview. 941-833-8590 941-268-5731 2100 GENERAL MAILROOMTHE CHARLOTTE SUN NEWSPAPERPart-time positions available. No Experience necessary. Be able to lift at least 20 lbs., willing to work flexible hours, able to work days or evenings.To fill out an Application Apply in person Mon.-Fri. 9-5 The Charlotte Sun Newspaper 23170 Harborview Road Charlotte Harbor, FL Please, No Phone Calls We are a drug and nicotine free workplace Pre-employment drug and nicotine te sting req uired STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA, MANATEESARASOTA (SCF)WILLHOSTANADJUNCTJOBFAIR10AM-NOON, SATURDAY, APRIL14, ATSCF LAKEWOODRANCH, 7131 PROFESSIONALPARKWAYE., INTHEMEDICALTECHNOLOGYSIMULATIONCENTERLOBBY. SCF ISHIRINGADJUNCTINSTRUCTORSFORFALL2018 CLASSESATALLCAMPUSESLOOK FOR OUR LARGE DISPLAY AD IN THE VENICE GONDOLIER 2100 GENERAL STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA, MANATEESARASOTA (SCF)WILLHOSTANADJUNCTJOBFAIR10AM-NOON, SATURDAY, APRIL14, ATSCF LAKEWOODRANCH, 7131 PROFESSIONALPARKWAYE., INTHEMEDICALTECHNOLOGYSIMULATIONCENTERLOBBY. SCF ISHIRINGADJUNCTINSTRUCTORSFORFALL2018 CLASSESATALLCAMPUSESBRADENTON, LAKEWOODRANCH ANDVENICE. INTERESTEDAPPLICANTSCANALSOAPPLYONLINEAT HTTP://APPTRKR.COM/ 1198368 FORMOREINFORMATION, CALLSCF HUMANRESOURCES941-752-5375OREMAILHRJOBS@SCF.EDU 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY "AMBASSADORS" NEEDEDTOSOLICITSUBSCRIPTIONS FORTHEAWARDWINNING LOCALNEWSPAPERS, THESUN, ATSTOREFRONTSINTHEVENICE, NORTHPORTANDENGLEWOODAREAS. CONTACTJIMDEFALLEAT941-786-7676FORMOREINFORMATION. S URVEY O R NEEDED PART TIME Send Resume to: blindh@verizon.net Find Your Passion F i n d Y o u r Yo P a s s i o n F i n d Y o u r Y Yo P a s s i o o n

PAGE 49

36B SUN NEWSPAPERS APRIL 7, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION Even if you love your job or just started at a new company, you should always be on the lookout for the next great gig. Having a great job is one of the best feelings in the world. The job search process paid off, and youre thrilled by all the challenges and accomplishments your new role has to offer. What can you say? You love your job, and looking for a new job is the last thing on your mind.But it shouldnt beNever say never to opportunity,Ž says Dawn Boyer, consultant at D. Boyer Consulting in Virginia Beach. Regardless of how long you have been in your current job, if something comes along that is more your passion and at the right salary level „ regardless of whether you have been with the current company six weeks or six years „ you want to be ready.Ž Dont wait until you actually need to start a job search. Follow these tips to be ready for awesome job opportunities round the clock.Double down on job alertsImagine if you could have an assistant working for you, for free, around the clock, presenting you with only the best job opportunities, personalized exactly to your interests and experience. You can! Theyre called job alerts, and like your refrigerator, they should always be running. How will you land your dream job in a dream company without your dream radar switched on?Ž asks John Sattler, a certi“ed personnel consultant and resume writer at Career Solutions in Tampa, Florida. Think of the job-alerts function as your radar that monitors the internet, 24/7, searching for your dream job.Ž If youre in a sweet position that you like just “ne, “ne-tune your job alerts to align with your ultimate dream jobs. That way, your alerts feature jobs that are your absolute top choices.Polish your professional developmentOne of the most effective ways to open up new career opportunities is to develop new skills. If youre a programmer, this could be learning a new coding language. For teachers, this might be earning a project management professional (PMP) certi“cation. You should “rst investigate the training and development offerings at your company,Ž says John DiMarco, communications professor at St. Johns University in New York City, and author of Career Power Skills. I advise my students to go to any conference, tradeshow, or training class that they can.ŽGet smart(er) on your own timeAnd if your current company doesnt offer professional development? Dont fret: There are many affordable or free learning opportunities that will help you add skills to your resume and keep your ability to passively job search primed. A few old faithfuls? YouTube, Udemy, and Coursera. I cannot stress enough education, training, and certifications on anything and everything you can grab to increase your skills sets,Ž says Boyer. For example, use free YouTube tutorial videos to learn how to increase your ability to use MS Office or other relevant software.ŽRefresh your resume in real timeTheres a reason why people have separate resumes for different types of jobs. No two jobs are alike, and your resumes shouldnt be either. There is no onesize-fits-all for resumes, so each diverse and intriguing skill you can add to your qualifications should be noted,Ž says Jennifer Lee Magas, vice president of Magas Media Consultants, LLC, a public relations firm in Connecticut. Each job is going to have different requirements.Ž To find out how to properly tailor your resume to a job, review the job description to see what kinds of keywords are used and what values the company holds in high esteem, and then have your resume reflect that.Document your awesomenessBeing an ace employee who gives 150 percent can take a lot out of you, but no matter how hectic things are „ or how happy you are „ in your job, dont forget to document your projects and key accomplishments on a regular basis. This will allow you to track your wins as you go,Ž says Angela Copeland, career coach at Copeland Coaching in Memphis, Tennessee. It will also keep the pressure low if someone like a recruiter or hiring manager at another company asks to see your portfolio when you arent thinking about a new job.Ž5 tips to always be ready for job opportunitiesBy JON SIMMONSMONSTER CONTRIBUTOR Women considering a career change may experience mixed emotions. The excitement elicited by such a decision may be tempered by fear. Such fear is natural when embarking on a new path and leaving behind some security and professional equity, but that fear should not be the deciding factor when women mull whether or not to change careers. The decision to change careers is something that requires careful thought and ample consideration of a host of factors. Women facing such a decision can consider the following tips to ensure they make the best choice for themselves. € Consider your motivation before pursuing a change. The motivation behind a career change can go a long way toward determining if that change is ultimately successful. Money can be a great motivator, but if money is the only thing driving a change, then women might be better off pursuing new opportunities within their existing “eld rather than changing careers entirely, as staying within the “eld will allow women to capitalize on the professional equity they have built over their careers while also providing a new challenge. A genuine interest in another profession or a desire to “nd a better worklife balance might make for better motivators to change careers than simply switching to make more money. € Do your homework. Career changes require hard work and, if extra schooling is necessary, a potentially sizable “nancial investment. Women should thoroughly research any “elds they might pursue before making a change so they can fully understand the commitment they will need to make. Once they get an idea of what they will need to do make a successful career change, women should speak with their family to discuss the effects that their pursuit may have on family members. Such a discussion can make the transition to a new career easier, and the support a womans family provides along the way can serve as something to lean on if or when things start to feel overwhelming. € Dont be afraid to ask for help. Many people are dissatis“ed with their careers, and those who arent might have been at one time. When mulling a career change, dont be afraid to seek help. Help might come from family or friends, but women shouldnt limit themselves with regard to whose help they will accept. If a woman wants to become a college professor, she shouldnt hesitate to contact a professor at a local college, explaining her situation and asking for any advice. Women have nothing to lose by reaching out and such help can prove invaluable. And women might be surprised to learn just how willing even strangers might be to lend a hand. € Give yourself time. Career changes are rarely an overnight process. Successfully switching careers takes time, so dont give yourself a quick deadline to make a change. Such pressure likely wont increase your chances of making a successful switch, and you wont enjoy the process nearly as much if you bury yourself in pressure. Doing your homework can help make the switch as successful as you envision it being. Tips for women considering a career changeBY METRO CREATIVE PHOTO PROVIDED adno=50534045 Join Our Sales TeamOpportunity to earn up to $60,000 your “ rst year.Advertising SalesImmediate opening We will even train the right personWe are looking for our next sales superstar, is it you?DO you have a passion for helping small businessess succeed?DO you want to make a difference in the local business community?DO you like meeting new people?DO you like networking and participating in community events?We O er: Guaranteed base salary $25,000 Uncapped Monthly Commission plus bene“ ts, bonuses and expenses. Fun, energetic and engaging working environment with daily coaching and weekly training to ensure your success. Recent college graduates welcome. Sun Newspapers is a full-service, local advertising & marketing co. in Port Charlotte. What we need: € Outstanding work ethic. € Desire to listen, learn and achieve success. € High level of sincerity and integrity. € Reliable transportation. € Microsoft O ce pro“ cient.We want to hear from you!Send Resume to:Stacie Goldberg sgoldberg@sun-herald.comWe are a drug and nicotine free workplace. Pre-employment drug/nicotine testing required. Your 60s 80s Rock n Roll favorites withCalifornia Toe Jam LIVE in concert!Thursday, April 12, 2018Venice Community CenterADVANCE TICKETS: Reserved $27, General Admission $21DAY OF SHOW: Reserved $32, General Admission $267:00PM SHOWTIMEThe ingredient for this well loved band must be because of their time together. 33 years, with no end in sight, honing their seemingly endless song-list from the 60s-80s rock n roll era has made California Toe Jam band one of Floridas most celebrated bands for over three decades. Dont miss out, get your tickets now!Order online at:www.SunEvents.comJoin our newsletter to receive updates delivered to your inbox!Or call: (863) 494-9362Monday Friday, 8:00am 5:00pm All tickets sales are nal. Please noti y us at time of ticket purchase for any special needs seating requirments. adno=720012

PAGE 50

The News Wire Saturday, April 7, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Trump to skip White House correspondents dinnerPresident Trump plans to skip the White House Correspondents Association dinner, marking the second year he has shunned the glitzy gathering of Washington journalists he routinely assails as fake news.Ž See page 10 SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico „ The administrator of the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency said Friday it will take up to an estimated $50 billion to help rebuild Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria and warned that the U.S. territory is not ready for another disaster. Brock Long said his agency aims to make the islands roads, homes, bridges and electrical grid as strong as possible but noted that the next hurricane season starts June 1. Were running out of time,Ž he said during a visit to Puerto Rico, adding that much of the islands infrastructure collapsed. We have a long way to go.Ž Long said his agency also is coordinating a June 14 planning and training exercise with Puerto Ricos government in which life-saving supplies will be delivered to the islands 78 municipalities to ensure better response times for any upcoming storms. Cities and towns will be allowed to store those supplies for future disasters. FEMA and local government of“cials already have stockpiled more than 15.6 million liters of water and more than 2.8 million meals in “ve warehouses across the island in the event of another disaster. Gov. Ricardo Rossello said late Friday that FEMA also approved more than $53 million in community disaster loans for 12 of the islands 78 municipalities. Long stressed that Puerto Ricos public and private sectors have to build a strong emergency response network and establish uni“ed plans. FEMA cannot be directly responsible for all of the response and recovery,Ž he said. He also said the private sector should ensure that communication systems become more resistant. Maria left nearly all of Puerto Rico without phone service after the Category 4 storm hit on Sept. 20. Long defended his agency from ongoing criticism that it did not respond quickly enough to the hurricane or dedicate the same amount of resources compared with other natural disasters in the U.S. mainland. (Thats) completely false,Ž he said, adding that in the “rst six months since Maria hit, FEMA invested $10 billion in Puerto Rico, in contrast to the $6 billion invested in the six months after Hurricane Katrina. He said his agency is working to reduce SALEM, Ore. „ President Donald Trumps plan to deploy National Guard troops to the Mexico border has drawn resistance from some governors, most of them Democrats, and the law he invoked creates an opening for them to turn him down, of“cials said Friday. But so far, three of the border states with Republican governors have endorsed the plan, and one, Arizona, quickly announced a troop deployment. The Democratic governor of the fourth border state, California, has been silent on the issue. Trumps order invoked a federal law called Title 32, under which governors retain command and control of Guard members from their state, with the federal government paying for the deployment. Another statute, known as Title 10, establishes that National Guard personnel operate under the presidents control and receive federal pay and bene“ts. The law also forbids them from performing tasks of civilian law enforcement unless explicitly authorized, according to the Congressional Research Service. Trumps order issued Wednesday did not mention Title 10. Arizonas Republican Gov. Doug Ducey said about 150 Guard members will deploy next week. Texas of“cials were expected to release details of their deployment plans later Friday evening. Trump said Thursday that he wants to send 2,000 to 4,000 Guard members to the border to help federal of“cials “ght illegal immigration and drug traf“cking. Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said on Twitter that she had a productive conversationŽ about the deployment with governors of the Southwest border states. Its unclear if Trump will ask for troops from states other than those along the border. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders FEMA: Puerto Rico running out of time as storm season nearsTrump troop request creates opening for governors to say noBy DANICA COTOASSOCIATED PRESSBy ANDREW SELSKY and TOM JAMESASSOCIATED PRESS TROOP | 3 PUERTO | 2 AP PHOTOIn this Jan. 31 photo, Public Works Sub-Director Ramon Mendez, wearing a hard hat at left, works with locals who are municipal workers, from right, Eliezer Nazario, Tomas Martinez and Angel Diaz as they install a new post to return electricity to Felipe Rodriguezs home, four months after Hurricane Maria hit the El Ortiz sector of Coamo, Puerto Rico. AP PHOTOContainers are loaded onto a cargo ship at the port in Qingdao in east Chinas Shandong province, on Friday. China vowed to ght the U.S. at any costŽ after President Donald Trump proposed slapping an additional $100 billion in taris on Chinese goods in an escalating trade dispute between the worlds two largest economies. Trade warsWASHINGTON „ Higher prices. Slower growth. Farmers losing access to their biggest foreign market. Even President Donald Trump is warning that Americans might have to accept a little painŽ before they enjoy the fruits of his escalating trade “ght with China. On the pain part, if not necessarily on the littleŽ part, most economists agree with the president: The tariffs the United States and China are preparing to slap on each others goods would take an economic toll. For now, optimists are clinging to tentative signals from the Trump administration that it may be prepared to negotiate with Beijing and avert a trade war. But Wall Street is getting increasingly nervous. The Dow Jones industrial average lost 572 points Friday after being down as much as 767. There are no winners in trade wars,Ž said Nathan Sheets, chief economist at PGIM Fixed Income. There are only losers.Ž On Thursday, Trump ordered the U.S. trade representative to consider imposing tariffs on up to $100 billion worth of Chinese products. Those duties would come on top of the $50 billion in products the U.S. has already targeted in a dispute over Beijings sharp-elbowed drive to supplant Americas technological supremacy. China has proposed tariffs of $50 billion on U.S. products that will squeeze apple growers in Washington, soybean farmers in Indiana and winemakers in California. And Beijing warned Friday that it will counterattack with great strengthŽ if the United States ups the ante. Of course, it may not come to that. Were absolutely willing to negotiate,Ž Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Friday on CNBC, adding, Im cautiously optimistic that well be able to work this out.Ž At the same time, Mnuchin warned, There is the potential of a trade war.Ž Economists are already calculating the potential damage if talks collapse and give way to the biggest trade dispute since World War II. The dueling tariffs could shave 0.3 percentage points off both U.S. and Chinese annual economic growth, according to estimates by Gregory Daco, head of U.S. economics for the research “rm Oxford Economics. In the United States, Mark Zandi, chief economist of Moodys Analytics, said the dispute could wipe out half the economic bene“ts of the tax cut Trump signed into law with great fanfare in December. Theres lots of different channels through which this hurts the economy,Ž Zandi said. The most obvious is, it raises import prices. If American consumers have to spend more on Chinese imports, they have less to spend on everything else.Ž In the “rst $50 billion in planned tariffs, the Trump administration was careful to limit the impact on American consumers, sticking mostly to industrial products such as robots and engine parts. But if the administration tries to triple the tariffs, they will be more likely to hit the low-price Chinese products that American households have come to rely on, namely electronics, toys and clothing. The administration appears to be betting that China will back down because it has more to lose. It sent $375 billion in goods to the U.S. last year, while the United States sent only $130 billion worth of products to China. But China has other ways to retaliate. It could cancel aircraft orders from Boeing. US-China trade rift could squeeze growth and hurt consumersBy PAUL WISEMAN and JOSH BOAKAP ECONOMICS WRITERSWASHINGTON (AP) „ The United States punished dozens of Russian oligarchs and government of“cials on Friday with sanctions that took direct aim at President Vladimir Putins inner circle, as President Donald Trumps administration tried to show hes not afraid to take tough action against Moscow. Seven Russian tycoons, including aluminum magnate Oleg Deripaska, were targeted, along with 17 of“cials and a dozen Russian companies, the Treasury Department said. Senior Trump administration of“cials cast it as part of a concerted, ongoing effort to push back on Putin, emphasizing that since Trump took of“ce last year, the U.S. has punished 189 Russia-related people and entities with sanctions. Rather than punishing Russia for one speci“c action, the new sanctions hit back at the Kremlin for its ongoing and increasingly brazen patternŽ of bad behavior, said the of“cials, who werent authorized to comment by name and briefed reporters on condition of anonymity. The of“cials ticked through a list of complaints about Russias actions beyond its borders, including its annexation of Crimea, backing of separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine, support for Syrian President Bashar Assad, and cyber-hacking. Above all else, Russias attempts to subvert Western democracy prompted the U.S. sanctions, of“cials said, in a direct nod to concerns that the U.S. president has failed to challenge Putin for alleged interference in the 2016 election that brought Trump to power. Deripaska, whose business conglomerate controls assets from agriculture to machinery, has been a prominent “gure in special counsel Robert Muellers Russia investigation over his ties to former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. The Treasury Department said Deripaska was accused of illegal wiretaps, extortion, racketeering, money laundering and even death threats against business rivals. On the London Stock Exchange, global depositary receipts of En+, an energy US takes aim at Putins allies in Russia with new sanctionsBy JOSH LEDERMANASSOCIATED PRESS TRADE | 3 RUSSIA | 3 AP FILE PHOTOIn this Jan. 9, 2017, photo, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown delivers her inaugural speech in the Capitol House chambers in Salem, Ore.

PAGE 51

Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, April 7, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTA p.m. t-storm or two A t-storm in spots lateHIGH 86 LOW 7060% chance of rain 55% chance of rainClouds and sun with a t-storm in the area85 / 6740% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREPartly sunny87 / 6925% chance of rain MONDAYMostly cloudy with a thunderstorm possible86 / 6530% chance of rain TUESDAYNice with plenty of sunshine87 / 6110% chance of rain THURSDAYMostly sunny and pleasant83 / 5815% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 1 4 7 6 4 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent absent 050100150200300500 510-50 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 VENICE708084858781Air Quality Index readings as of FridayMain pollutant: OzonePunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Friday Sebring through 2 p.m. Friday Venice through 2 p.m. Friday24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.01Ž Normal month to date 0.47Ž Year to date 3.18Ž Normal year to date 7.98Ž Record 1.59Ž (2008) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.63Ž Year to date 2.12Ž Normal year to date 9.12Ž Record 1.59Ž (2008) High/Low 89/58 Normal High/Low 83/60 Record High 90 (1999) Record Low 45 (2000) High/Low 84/60 High/Low 82/61 Normal High/Low 79/60 Record High 90 (2003) Record Low 42 (1975)Pollen Index readings as of Friday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 0.01 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 3.18 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Sun.Apalachicola 75 54 t 68 59 pc Bradenton 81 70 t 79 68 c Clearwater 80 69 t 77 69 c Coral Springs 89 72 pc 88 70 c Daytona Beach 86 64 t 70 63 c Fort Lauderdale 87 72 pc 86 72 sh Fort Myers 87 73 pc 86 71 pc Gainesville 81 58 t 71 56 pc Jacksonville 82 52 t 63 53 pc Key Largo 83 74 pc 84 72 pc Key West 84 74 s 84 75 s Lakeland 84 67 t 80 64 c Melbourne 89 67 pc 78 68 c Miami 86 71 pc 87 70 sh Naples 85 73 pc 84 71 pc Ocala 80 61 t 73 59 c Okeechobee 87 66 pc 81 63 c Orlando 86 65 t 77 64 c Panama City 73 50 t 67 59 s Pensacola 74 45 t 66 59 s Pompano Beach 87 72 pc 86 71 t St. Augustine 81 58 t 64 60 c St. Petersburg 83 69 t 79 67 c Sarasota 82 68 sh 79 66 c Tallahassee 76 49 t 71 53 s Tampa 81 68 t 79 66 c Vero Beach 90 66 pc 81 64 c West Palm Beach 88 70 t 84 69 c 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 7:36p 3:39a ----Sun. 8:48p 4:51a ----Today 6:13p 1:55a ----Sun. 7:25p 3:07a ----Today 4:26p 12:53a ----Sun. 5:44p 2:04a ----Today 8:08p 4:08a ----Sun. 9:20p 5:20a ----Today 4:28p 12:34a ----Sun. 5:40p 1:46a ----S 8-16 1-2 Light SSW 10-20 1-3 ModerateFt. Myers 87/73 part cldy none Punta Gorda 87/68 part cldy none Sarasota 82/68 showers all day The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018Last Apr 8 New Apr 15 First Apr 22 Full Apr 29 Today 1:35 a.m. 12:29 p.m. Sunday 2:23 a.m. 1:18 p.m. Today 7:13 a.m. 7:49 p.m. Sunday 7:12 a.m. 7:49 p.m. Today 12:16p 6:04a ---6:28p Sun. 12:40a 6:52a 1:04p 7:16p Mon. 1:27a 7:39a 1:51p 8:02p Monterrey 88/57 Chihuahua 89/56 Los Angeles 71/55 Washington 46/34 New York 48/32 Miami 86/71 Atlanta 62/36 Detroit 39/23 Houston 66/54 Kansas City 41/27 Chicago 37/21 Minneapolis 30/11 El Paso 88/67 Denver 59/38 Billings 31/29 San Francisco 64/52 Seattle 57/47 Toronto 37/21 Montreal 38/22 Winnipeg 24/6 Ottawa 35/20 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 04/7/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 82 59 pc 77 48 s Anchorage 46 33 s 46 34 s Atlanta 62 36 r 61 47 pc Baltimore 44 30 sn 49 32 pc Billings 31 29 i 45 30 c Birmingham 55 31 r 64 46 s Boise 64 45 r 57 37 pc Boston 48 33 pc 43 29 pc Buffalo 33 23 c 33 23 sf Burlington, VT 41 23 c 38 22 pc Charleston, WV 40 23 sn 48 33 s Charlotte 60 33 r 58 41 s Chicago 37 21 s 39 32 pc Cincinnati 43 22 pc 45 31 pc Cleveland 35 26 s 37 27 pc Columbia, SC 69 39 r 60 42 s Columbus, OH 42 24 pc 43 29 s Concord, NH 46 25 pc 44 23 pc Dallas 53 41 c 67 53 pc Denver 59 38 pc 59 33 pc Des Moines 40 24 s 37 30 sn Detroit 39 23 pc 41 29 s Duluth 28 8 pc 30 20 c Fairbanks 36 18 s 37 18 s Fargo 25 8 s 28 19 c Hartford 48 27 pc 46 25 pc Helena 44 32 c 48 34 r Honolulu 79 70 sh 79 70 c Houston 66 54 c 69 61 pc Indianapolis 41 22 pc 44 31 pc Jackson, MS 53 35 c 65 51 pc Kansas City 41 27 s 37 27 c Knoxville 45 28 r 52 39 pc Las Vegas 90 61 c 83 60 s Los Angeles 71 55 c 75 59 s Louisville 47 27 sn 50 36 pc Memphis 47 32 pc 57 40 pc Milwaukee 34 21 s 36 29 pc Minneapolis 30 11 s 32 24 sn Montgomery 66 36 r 66 49 s Nashville 46 29 pc 53 42 pc New Orleans 72 49 r 66 61 pc New York City 48 32 sn 47 32 pc Norfolk, VA 55 36 r 49 40 pc Oklahoma City 47 31 c 55 37 pc Omaha 41 25 s 38 26 c Philadelphia 46 32 sn 47 32 pc Phoenix 94 72 pc 92 64 s Pittsburgh 40 22 pc 39 27 pc Portland, ME 47 28 pc 44 25 pc Portland, OR 57 48 r 56 41 r Providence 49 31 pc 47 29 pc Raleigh 57 30 r 53 38 s Salt Lake City 60 43 r 56 42 sh St. Louis 43 27 s 41 33 sn San Antonio 63 52 pc 75 61 pc San Diego 70 60 c 69 59 s San Francisco 64 52 sh 64 51 s Seattle 57 47 r 55 42 r Washington, DC 46 34 r 51 36 s Amsterdam 68 49 pc 69 47 sh Baghdad 87 61 pc 89 65 s Beijing 53 34 pc 66 41 c Berlin 65 49 s 69 46 s Buenos Aires 74 58 t 75 63 t Cairo 84 61 s 79 60 s Calgary 22 15 sn 27 16 c Cancun 86 73 pc 88 75 pc Dublin 54 41 sh 54 39 c Edmonton 20 9 c 26 10 pc Halifax 41 32 r 35 24 c Kiev 55 37 s 59 41 s London 60 50 sh 58 49 sh Madrid 55 45 r 59 43 pc Mexico City 79 55 pc 79 55 pc Montreal 38 22 pc 36 20 c Ottawa 35 20 pc 34 19 pc Paris 68 53 t 68 51 sh Regina 21 10 s 25 12 sn Rio de Janeiro 84 72 sh 84 73 pc Rome 66 49 s 70 53 pc St. Johns 46 28 sn 36 30 i San Juan 85 75 pc 85 75 pc Sydney 83 68 s 83 67 s Tokyo 68 48 pc 61 49 pc Toronto 37 21 pc 36 20 pc Vancouver 54 44 sh 54 44 c Winnipeg 24 6 pc 31 12 pcHigh ...................... 91 at McAllen, TXLow ........................... -9 at Tioga, ND(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)74Lightning struck an oil re“ nery on April 7, 1926, at San Luis Obispo, Calif. The resulting “ re lasted “ ve days. Q: What was the most deadly ” ood of all time?A: Flooding along the Yellow River in China killed over 900,000 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 86/70 88/68 88/69 88/69 86/68 86/68 88/68 87/67 88/68 81/68 81/70 82/74 82/70 87/73 85/69 87/68 87/70 87/69 87/69 84/67 85/67 84/67 84/68 83/69 85/68 80/70 82/71 81/70 87/68 82/68 81/70 85/67 82/68 80/69 81/73 85/72 85/72 85/70 bureaucracy but needs to ensure that federal funds will be spent appropriately. Recovery never moves as fast as people want it to be,Ž he said. And in this case, moving faster can be detrimental from the standpoint of putting this money to work in a manner that truly makes Puerto Rico stronger and more resilient.Ž Mike Byrne, FEMAs federal coordinating of“cer in Puerto Rico, said he is working with the U.S. territorys government to determine how federal funds will be used to identify priorities and rebuild damaged infrastructure. Byrne said some of the money will go toward strengthening the islands power grid since the storm destroyed two-thirds of its distribution system. More than 50,000 power customers remain in the dark, but he said 96 percent of all customers now have electricity. Weve done the Band-Aid,Ž he said. Weve patched the system back together.Ž Long said the recovery process has been slow in part because supplies ranging from construction equipment to power poles have been scarce in light of the natural disasters that hit the U.S. mainland, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands last year. Of“cials said FEMA will have a presence in Puerto Rico for several years to help it rebuild.PUERTOFROM PAGE 1 AUSTIN, Texas „ Arizona and Texas announced Friday that they would send 400 National Guard members to the U.S.-Mexico border by next week in response to President Donald Trumps call for troops to “ght drug traf“cking and illegal immigration. Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said about 150 Guard members would deploy next week. And the Texas National Guard said it was already sending Guardsmen to the border, with plans to place 250 troops there in the next 72 hours. Two helicopters lifted off Friday night from Austin, the state capital, to head south. The total remains well short of the 2,000 to 4,000 National Guard members that Trump told reporters he wants to send. New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinezs of“ce said Friday that it had not yet deployed any Guard members. The of“ce of California Gov. Jerry Brown did not respond to questions about whether it would deploy troops. Trumps proclamation Wednesday directing the use of National Guard troops refers to Title 32, a federal law under which Guard members receive federal pay and bene“ts, but remain under the command and control of their states governor. This leaves open the possibility that Californias Brown could turn him down. Deployments to the border under former presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama both occurred under Title 32. Bush sent around 6,000 troops in 2006, and Obama sent 1,200 Guard members in 2010. Trumps proclamation blamed the lawlessness that continues at our southern border.Ž Trump has suggested he wants to use the military on the border until progress is made on his proposed border wall, which has mostly stalled in Congress. After plunging at the start of Trumps presidency, the numbers of migrants apprehended at the southwest border have started to rise in line with historical trends. The Border Patrol said it caught around 50,000 people in March, more than three times the number in March 2017. Thats erased a decline for which Trump repeatedly took credit. Border apprehensions still remain well below the numbers when Bush and Obama deployed the Guard to the border. News reports of a caravan of Central American migrants passing through southern Mexico also sparked angry tweets from the president. The caravan of largely Central American migrants never intended to reach the U.S. border, according to organizer Irineo Mujica. But Trump has repeatedly cited it as an example of what he called Americas weak immigration laws. Department of Homeland Security of“cials have said Guard members could support Border Patrol agents and other law enforcement agencies. DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said this week that guard members could help look at the technology, the surveillance,Ž and that the department might ask for ”eet mechanics. Federal law restricts the military from carrying out law enforcement duties.Arizona, Texas send 400 troops to border after Trumps callBy PAUL J. WEBER and NOMAAN MERCHANTASSOCIATED PRESS adno=50532908 *See website for detai ls

PAGE 52

The Sun /Saturday, April 7, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 FROM PAGE ONE It could meddle with U.S. supply chains by disrupting shipments from Chinese factories to American companies. Or it could raise U.S. interest rates by selling Treasury bonds or buying fewer of them. The Chinese appear con“dent they can withstand more pain than Americans can. In a democracy like the U.S., if people start to hurt, theyre going to complain,Ž said Sheets, who was undersecretary for international affairs in the Obama administration Treasury Department. Theyre complaining already. Zippy Duvall, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation lobbying group, warned that the dispute has placed farmers and ranchers in a precarious position.Ž We have bills to pay and debts we must settle, and cannot afford to lose any market, much less one as important as China,Ž Duvall said. Last year, the United States sold $12.4 billion in soybeans to China „ nearly 60 percent of all U.S. soybean exports. Trump, who received overwhelming support in rural America in the 2016 presidential election, has directed Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue to implement a plan to protect our farmers and agricultural interests.Ž But a move to support American farmers could widen the trade dispute. Farmers in countries like Australia, Brazil, Argentina, Canada and Europe would now “nd it dif“cult to compete with newly subsidized U.S. agriculture,Ž said Chad Bown, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. As a result, they might demand retaliation against U.S. exports or subsidies of their own.ŽTRADEFROM PAGE 1 company majority-owned by Deripaska, dropped by 19 percent on news of the sanctions. Deripaskas conglomerate, Basic Element, said it regretted the sanctions and was analyzing them with its lawyers. Putins government dismissed the sanctions as absurdity,Ž arguing that the U.S. was punishing companies that have longstanding business ties to the U.S. The Russian Foreign Ministry said the U.S. was striking at ordinary AmericansŽ by jeopardizing thousands of jobs.Ž American democracy is clearly degrading,Ž the ministry said. Of course, we will not leave the current and any new anti-Russian attack without a tough response.Ž To the dismay of Trumps critics and of Russia hawks, the president has continued to avoid directly criticizing Putin himself and recently invited the Russian leader to meet with him, possibly at the White House. Yet in recent weeks Trumps administration has rolled out a series of actions „ including several economic and diplomatic steps „ to increase pressure on Putin and those presumed to bene“t from his power. Nobody has been tougher on Russia than I have,Ž Trump said at a news conference on Tuesday. Yet even as it rolled out the new penalties, Trumps administration left open the possibility of a good relationship with RussiaŽ in the future. And at the White House, spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders said discussions with Moscow about a Trump-Putin summit would not be called off. Not at all,Ž Sanders said. Well continue.Ž Those being punished arent necessarily involved in the Russian actions in Syria, Ukraine or elsewhere that have drawn consternation from the West. But of“cials said the goal was to put pressure on Putin by showing that those who have bene“ted “nancially from his position of power are fair game. The target list includes some who are closely tied to Putin himself, including top-tier of“cials involved in Kremlin decision-making and heads of the top state-controlled business entities. Yet others on the list are far from the Kremlins orbit, including some who long have fallen out of favor or hold technical positions.RUSSIAFROM PAGE 1 AP FILE PHOTOThis Nov. 10, 2017, photo shows Russias President Vladimir Putin, left, and Russian metals magnate Oleg Deripaska, right, walking to attend the APEC Business Advisory Council dialogue in Danang, Vietnam. The United States punished dozens of Russian oligarchs and government ocials on Friday with sanctions that took direct aim at President Putins inner circle. described the deployment as a good “rst step.Ž If the administration determines that more troops are needed, well make that decision at that time.Ž Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval, also a Republican, on Friday became one of the latest leaders to oppose Trumps plan. His spokeswoman, Mary-Sarah Kinner, said in an email that Sandoval does not believe the mission would be an appropriate useŽ of the Nevada Guard. But North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum said his state would answer the call,Ž just as it has done in other times of need, like historic ”oods. We North Dakotans know from experience how critical it is for states to support each other in times of need,Ž Burgum said. Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has said she would deny Trumps request. As commander of Oregons Guard, Im deeply troubled by Trumps plan to militarize our border,Ž Brown tweeted. Her spokesman, Bryan Hockaday, said that if Trump invoked Title 10, the president can federalize the National Guard forces, and theres not much the governor can do to prevent that.Ž However, under Title 32, a governor could try to reject a request for troops or order Guard members to remain in rear staging areas and not participate. If the president were to deploy under Title 32, hed obviously have to have the approval of the governor,Ž Hockaday said, citing an assessment from the governors attorney. Lawyers reviewed all the pertinent legal provisions as soon as Browns of“ce heard the announcement about the deployment plan, he added. While California Gov. Jerry Brown has not spoken publicly about Trumps plan, California National Guard spokesman Lt. Col. Tom Keegan said any request will be promptly reviewed to determine how best we can assist our federal partners.Ž Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey, a Republican, said Friday that she will consult with the head of the Alabama Guard to see what resources are available. The deployments will not be the “rst time the National Guard has gone to the U.S.-Mexico border. Almost every U.S. state and territory contributed Guard members to Operation Jump Start, announced by President George W. Bush in 2006. Around 30,000 Guard members eventually participated, according to a 2008 National Guard analysis, including more than 1,000 each from Kentucky, North Carolina and South Carolina. During Operation Phalanx, ordered by President Barack Obama in 2010, 1,200 Guard members deployed to the border, most of them from Arizona, California, New Mexico and Texas. In the mid-1980s, National Guard troops were deployed even farther south, in Honduras, where they carried out military maneuvers. The missions happened as Sandinista forces in neighboring Nicaragua battled Contra rebels who were backed by Washington and had clandestine bases in Honduras.TROOPFROM PAGE 1 www.garysinisefoundation.org Our Mission Charlotta SorenstamDirector of Instructionadno=54515112 Heron Creek Golf & Country Club and Sunbelt Rentals are proudly hosting The Gary Sinise Foundation Charity Golf Tournament brought to you by the Atlanta Braves. April 12th, 2018 8:00 AM Shotgun Awards Luncheon after the tournament Call the Golf Shop at 941-423-6955 to sign up At the Gary Sinise Foundation, we serve our nation by honoring our defenders, veterans, “ rst responders, their families, and those in need. We do this by creating and supporting unique programs designed to entertain, educate, inspire, strengthen, and build communities. 65 specially adapted smart homes for Americas most severely wounded Veterans will be completed or underway by the end of this year. Call the Golf Shop at 941-423-6955 to sign up or sponsor a hole starting at $100

PAGE 53

Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, April 7, 2018 BUSINESS/STOCKS ABSmCpGrA m 53.21 -1.01 +28.1AMGYackFocN d 20.73 -.23 +9.4 YacktmanI d 22.42 -.21 +9.1AberdeenIntlSmCpA m 31.72 -.18 +21.7AkreFocRetail m 33.24 -.50 +27.0AlgerSmCpGrB m 6.55 -.09 +22.5AlpinedynDivInstl d 4.04 -.03 +13.4AmanaMutGrInv b 34.78 -.65 +17.7 MutIncInv b 48.65 -.81 +9.2American CenturyCptlValInv 8.38 -.08 +3.1 HYMuniInv 9.60 +.01 +6.1 HeritageInv 22.60 -.46 +15.1 IntTrmTxFrBdInv 11.15 -.01 +2.0 UltraInv 44.06 -.69 +22.3American FundsAMCpA m 31.92 -.61 +17.1 AmrcnBalA m 26.60 -.12 +8.8 AmrcnHiIncA m 10.20 +.01 +3.6 AmrcnMutA m 39.27 -.47 +8.9 BdfAmrcA m 12.64 ... +.3 CptWldGrIncA m 50.64 -.45 +15.7 CptlIncBldrA m 60.38 -.15 +5.8 EuroPacGrA m 56.32 -.43 +20.0 FdmtlInvsA m 61.01 -.72 +13.8 GlbBalA m 32.30 -.08 +9.1 GrfAmrcA m 50.16 -.84 +18.2 IncAmrcA m 22.67 -.08 +6.9 InvCAmrcA m 39.22 -.50 +10.6 NewWldA m 67.12 -.64 +19.9 NwPrspctvA m 43.53 -.55 +18.8 SmCpWldA m 56.13 -.41 +18.2 TheNewEcoA m 46.11 -.88 +26.6 TxExBdA m 12.80 -.01 +2.7 WAMtInvsA m 44.39 -.43 +12.5BairdAggrgateBdInstl 10.64 ... +1.2 CorPlusBdInstl 10.98 -.01 +1.6BaronAsstRetail b 69.67 -1.63 +17.9 GrRetail b 68.16 -1.14 +15.8 PtnrsRetail b 50.47 +.05 +20.6BerkshireFoc d 23.32 -.78 +37.9BlackRockAlCpEngyRsInvA m 10.67 +.09 +3.2 EqDivInstl 22.13 -.04 +12.3 GlbAllcIncInstl 19.59 -.14 +7.7 GlbAllcIncInvA m 19.47 -.14 +7.4 HYBdSvc b 7.65 ... +4.2 StrIncOpIns 9.91 -.01 +3.8 TactOppsInvA m 14.80 +.02 +11.2BruceBruce 506.15 -3.71 +4.8CGMFoc 50.76 -.82 +12.0ClipperClipper 116.84 -1.53 +11.0ColumbiaLgCpValA m 13.90 -.17 +7.7DFAEMktCorEqI 23.34 -.27 +20.4 EmMktsValInstl 31.61 -.31 +18.3 FvYrGlbFIIns 10.83 ... +.6 IntlCorEqIns 14.33 -.07 +18.1 IntlSmCoInstl 21.10 -.09 +19.7 IntlSmCpValIns 22.38 -.07 +16.4 IntlValInstl 20.13 -.05 +18.4 USCorEq1Instl 22.32 -.28 +13.5 USCorEqIIInstl 21.04 -.26 +12.3 USLgCpValInstl 37.57 -.46 +11.1 USSmCpInstl 35.14 -.19 +9.8 USSmCpValInstl 36.87 -.16 +7.2 USTrgtedValIns 24.14 -.17 +7.6Delaware InvStrategicIncA m 8.16 +.01 +3.0DeutscheCorEqA m 26.60 -.48 +13.1 CorEqS 26.87 -.48 +13.4 GNMAS 13.46 +.02 +.1Dodge & CoxBal 102.86 -.84 +6.2 Inc 13.52 +.01 +2.1 IntlStk 45.06 -.27 +11.1 Stk 194.49 -2.62 +9.6DoubleLineTtlRetBdI 10.48 ... +1.6 TtlRetBdN b 10.48 ... +1.3DreyfusMidCpIdxInvs 36.38 -.48 +9.7 MnBd 11.54 ... +2.4 NYTxExBd 14.53 -.03 +1.7 OppcSmCpInv 35.89 -.18 +14.0 ShrtTrmIncD 10.21 +.01 +.4Eaton VanceDivBldrA m 14.03 -.17 +11.0EdgewoodGrInstl 30.74 -.75 +24.4FMICommonStk 26.19 -.32 +9.8 LgCp 21.06 -.19 +11.0FPACptl 33.26 -.16 -4.1 Crescent d 34.11 -.24 +5.2FederatedHiIncBdA f 7.42 +.03 +2.9 IntlSmMidCoA m 39.80 -.37 +24.0 KaufmannA m 5.94 -.16 +25.7Fidelity500IdxIns x 90.99 -1.74 +12.6 500IdxInsPrm x 90.99 -1.74 +12.6 500IndexPrm x 90.99 -1.74 +12.6 AsstMgr50% x 18.05 -.14 +8.1 BCGrowth 88.96 -1.45 +23.5 Balanced x 23.51 -.25 +9.7 Canada 51.17 +.03 +5.0 Cap&Inc 10.10 -.03 +6.2 Contrafund 122.40 -1.87 +22.0 ContrafundK 122.36 -1.86 +22.2 DivGro 31.93 -.23 +11.6 DiversIntl 39.08 -.25 +14.6 EmMkts 21.53 -.38 +23.4 EmMkts 32.44 -.53 +27.8 EmergingAsia 43.97 -1.13 +24.2 ExMktIdxPr 61.37 -.77 +12.9 Fidelity 45.23 -.57 +16.8 FocusedStock 23.17 -.49 +25.9 FourinOneIdx 43.72 -.38 +11.5 Frdm2020 16.41 -.10 +9.4 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Funds Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note fell to 2.77 percent Friday. Yields affect interest rates on mortgages and other loans. NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 4.75 4.25 4.00 1.63 1.13 .88 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.71 1.70 +0.01 .80 6-month T-bill 1.87 1.86 +0.01 .93 52-wk T-bill 2.04 2.06 -0.02 1.03 2-year T-note 2.27 2.31 -0.04 1.24 5-year T-note 2.59 2.64 -0.05 1.86 7-year T-note 2.72 2.77 -0.05 2.15 10-year T-note 2.77 2.83 -0.06 2.34 30-year T-bond 3.02 3.08 -0.06 2.99 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.87 1.84 +0.03 1.61 Barclays USAggregate 3.18 3.15 +0.03 2.58 Barclays US Corp 3.81 3.80 +0.01 3.31 Barclays US High Yield 6.08 6.17 -0.09 5.80 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.83 3.81 +0.02 3.94 10-Yr. TIPS .65 .70 -0.05 .39Commodities The price of U.S. crude, wholesale gasoline and heating oil fell Friday as traders worried about the impact of rising trade tensions on oil demand. Gold and silver rose. Copper fell.Crude Oil (bbl) 62.06 63.54 -2.33 +2.7 Ethanol (gal) 1.43 1.42 +0.84 +7.9 Heating Oil (gal) 1.96 1.98 -0.95 -5.7 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.70 2.68 +0.97 -8.5 Unleaded Gas (gal) 1.95 1.98 -1.36 +8.6 FUELS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Gold (oz) 1331.90 1324.30 +0.57 +2.0 Silver (oz) 16.33 16.32 +0.07 -4.3 Platinum (oz) 912.00 909.80 +0.24 -2.4 Copper (lb) 3.05 3.07 -0.50 -6.9 METALS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.12 1.14 -1.82 -8.8 Coffee (lb) 1.19 1.20 -0.13 -5.4 Corn (bu) 3.89 3.90 -0.26 +10.8 Cotton (lb) 0.83 0.83 -0.04 +5.0 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 536.20 536.40 -0.04 +19.7 Orange Juice (lb) 1.37 1.38 -0.22 +1.1 Soybeans (bu) 10.34 10.31 +0.24 +8.6 Wheat (bu) 4.72 4.65 +1.61 +10.6 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD USD per British Pound 1.4085 +.0084 +.60% 1.2475 Canadian Dollar 1.2779 +.0023 +.18% 1.3413 USD per Euro 1.2285 +.0049 +.40% 1.0646 Japanese Yen 106.85 -.60 -.56% 110.78 Mexican Peso 18.3318 +.1599 +.87% 18.7623 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHG AGO Israeli Shekel 3.5349 +.0049 +.14% 3.6445 Norwegian Krone 7.8327 -.0024 -.03% 8.6219 South African Rand 12.0584 +.0917 +.76% 13.7847 Swedish Krona 8.3900 -.0307 -.37% 9.0168 Swiss Franc .9587 -.0047 -.49% 1.0053 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3039 +.0023 +.18% 1.3257 Chinese Yuan 6.3086 +.0032 +.05% 6.9002 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8484 -.0012 -.02% 7.7702 Indian Rupee 64.914 +.063 +.10% 64.631 Singapore Dollar 1.3171 +.0012 +.09% 1.4021 South Korean Won 1071.98 +9.85 +.92% 1131.30 Taiwan Dollar 29.35 +.11 +.37% 30.54 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar lost ground Friday to the yen, euro and British pound. The U.S. currency also declined versus the Swiss franc, but gained on the Canadian dollar and Mexican peso.LAST6 MO AGO 1 YR AGO Frdm2025 14.25 -.10 +10.2 Frdm2030 17.86 -.14 +12.1 GNMA 11.17 ... -.1 GroCo 17.08 -.48 +29.4 GroCo 182.88 -5.11 +28.3 GroCoK 182.89 -5.10 +28.4 Independence 37.38 -.52 +18.6 IntlGr 15.94 -.21 +17.7 IntlIdxPremium 42.64 -.13 +15.7 IntlRlEstt 11.69 +.05 +20.2 IntlVal 10.50 -.05 +12.5 InvmGradeBd 11.02 ... +1.4 InvmGradeBd 7.76 ... +.9 JapanSmlrCo 19.19 -.15 +29.8 LatinAmerica 26.76 -.29 +24.2 LowPrStk 53.72 -.22 +14.9 LvrgdCoStk 32.62 -.64 +11.0 Magellan 104.49 -1.33 +19.1 MegaCapStock 16.84 -.07 +9.4 MidCapValue 24.18 -.25 +7.1 NYMuniInc 12.89 -.02 +1.8 NewMillennium 39.43 -.31 +14.1 Nordic 50.32 -.88 +13.9 OTCPortfolio 111.17 -2.01 +24.3 Overseas 49.78 -.25 +17.1 Puritan x 23.11 -.24 +11.4 SCGrth 25.90 -.51 +25.8 TaxFreeBond 11.28 -.02 +2.9 TotalBond 10.45 ... +1.3 TtlMktIdxF 74.90 -1.01 +12.7 TtlMktIdxPrm 74.89 -1.02 +12.7 USBdIdxInsPrm 11.34 ... +.8 ValDiscv 27.91 -.11 +6.0Fidelity AdvisorLargeCapA m 32.09 -.24 +9.4 LimitedTermBdA m 11.29 +.01 ... NewInsI 31.64 -.44 +19.6Fidelity SelectBiotechnology x 204.19 -21.95 +10.5 Energy 41.98 -.69 -2.7 Gold 19.14 +.11 -11.0 HealthCare x 223.18 -12.30 +15.0 HealthCareSvcs x 85.25 -3.22 +15.4 Leisure x 155.13 -9.26 +18.9 Materials 84.37 -1.21 +8.9 MedTech&Devcs x 43.71 -2.55 +15.8 NaturalGas x 21.81 -.29 -17.6 NaturalRes x 28.01 -.17 -2.3 Pharmaceuticals x 18.57 -.48 +4.7 Semicon 111.75 -4.92 +24.6 Wireless 9.92 -.07 +9.7First EagleGlbA m 57.96 -.42 +5.8First InvestorsGlbA m 8.31 -.14 +14.7 TtlRetA m 19.48 -.15 +5.2FirsthandTechOpps 10.69 -.12 +42.7Franklin TempletonCATxFrIncA m 7.28 -.03 +2.2 EqIncA m 24.20 -.23 +8.5 FdrTFIncA m 11.72 -.04 +1.4 FloridaTFIncA m 10.44 -.02 +.1 GlbBdAdv 11.95 +.03 -.3 GlbBdC m 12.03 +.03 -.9 Gr,IncA m 26.45 -.06 +8.5 GrA m 94.54 -1.75 +17.5 GrOppsA m 37.49 -.78 +20.1 IncA m 2.27 -.02 +2.1 IncAdv 2.25 -.02 +1.8 IncC m 2.30 -.01 +1.5 RisingDivsA m 58.49 -1.06 +10.8 TtlRetA m 9.54 ... +.3 UtlsC m 17.73 -.02 -1.2GERSPUSEq 51.78 -.79 +10.8GabelliAsstAAA m 57.86 -.42 +11.8 EqIncAAA m 22.52 -.15 +7.4 Val25A m 15.13 -.11 +2.6GlenmedeSmCpEqAdv 29.43 -.36 +11.4Goldman SachsShrtDurGovtA m 9.79 ... -.2HarborCptlApprecInstl 70.93 -1.51 +26.5 IntlInstl 67.09 -.04 +12.6Harding LoevnerIntlEqInstl d 23.01 +.02 +19.2HeartlandValPlusInv m 32.38 +.08 +10.9HennessyCrnrstnGrInv b 23.11 -.18 +14.0 GasUtilityInv b 27.47 +.15 -5.5HodgesRetail m 47.29 -1.17 +9.4INVESCODivIncInv b 23.15 -.01 +.1 EngyA m 23.61 +.13 -6.5 EngyInv b 23.51 +.13 -6.5 EqandIncA m 10.63 -.06 +5.5 EuropeanGrA m 40.24 +.01 +15.4 GrAllcA m 15.80 -.11 +9.0 QualIncA m 11.67 ... -.2 SmCpEqA m 15.15 -.21 +9.3 TechInv b 45.30 -1.06 +23.6IvyAsstStratB m 22.32 -.22 +11.0JPMorganCoreBondR6 11.37 -.01 +1.3 InvCnsrvGrA m 12.60 -.04 +5.1 MCapValL 39.09 -.50 +6.6Janus HendersonBalancedC m 32.38 -.27 +12.0 ContrarianT 19.11 -.40 +4.3 EnterpriseT 119.82 -2.90 +21.9 FlexibleBondS b 10.11 ... +.3 GlobalLifeSciT 55.16 -1.51 +11.7 GlobalValueT 14.84 +.02 +10.1 High-YieldT 8.28 +.01 +3.0 MidCapValueL 16.72 -.18 +6.3 MidCapValueT 16.34 -.17 +6.2 OverseasT 32.85 -.33 +19.7 ResearchT 46.20 -.83 +15.8 Short-TermBondT 2.99 +.01 +.3 SmallCapValueL 22.75 -.16 +8.1 VentureT 77.48 -1.65 +19.5LazardEMEqInstl 20.09 -.34 +16.7Litman GregoryMtrsIntlInstl 17.47 -.06 +13.5Lord AbbettShrtDurIncF b 4.20 ... +1.4MFSMAInvsTrustB m 30.65 -.43 +12.9 ValI 39.03 -.39 +8.3MainStayMacKHYCorpBdA m 5.65 +.01 +3.8Mairs & PowerGrInv 114.70 -1.49 +5.9Manning & NapierPrBlndCnsrvTrmS 13.43 -.08 +3.3 PrBlndMaxTrmS 20.65 -.34 +13.8Marsico21stCentury b 28.57 -.65 +21.9 FlexCptl b 13.79 -.32 +7.1MatthewsAsianGrIncInv 16.96 -.18 +8.2MeridianGrLegacy d 41.85 -.48 +19.3Metropolitan WestTtlRetBdI 10.45 -.01 +.8 TtlRetBdM b 10.45 -.01 +.6 TtlRetBdPlan 9.84 ... +1.0Midas FundsMidas m 1.15 ... -9.4 MidasMagic m 18.23 -.37 +11.3NeedhamGrRetail b 41.56 -.92 +4.3Neuberger BermanSmCpGrInv 36.73 -.98 +24.1NicholasNicholas 61.09 -1.01 +9.3NuveenNYMnBdI 10.80 -.02 +2.5Oak AssociatesEmergTech 5.11 -.08 +14.0 LiveOakHlthSci 18.31 -.19 +.1 PinOakEq 65.36 -1.05 +10.9 RedOakTechSel 25.19 -.69 +23.4OakmarkEqAndIncInv 31.57 -.10 +10.3 GlbInv 32.08 -.20 +17.3 IntlInv 27.73 -.05 +16.7 Inv 82.71 -.88 +17.6 SelInv 45.68 -.22 +11.3Old WestburyLgCpStrats 14.28 -.12 +11.0OppenheimerDevMktsY 44.00 -.22 +23.4 GlbStrIncA m 3.88 ... +3.1 IntlGrY 43.33 -.36 +17.5PIMCOAlAstInstl 12.09 -.03 +8.3 IncA m 12.20 -.01 +4.5 IncInstl 12.20 -.01 +4.9 IncP 12.20 -.01 +4.8 ShrtTrmIns 9.86 +.01 +2.1 TtlRetIns 10.08 ... +1.5PRIMECAP OdysseyAgrsGr 47.30 -2.14 +32.9 Gr 38.69 -1.56 +26.7PaxBalIndvInv b 22.31 -.17 +7.7PioneerA m 28.30 -.29 +13.1PrincipalDiversIntlIns 13.69 -.10 +17.2 SAMgCnsGA m 17.93 -.14 +11.5PrudentialJsnBlndA m 20.91 -.29 +15.3 JsnUtilityA m 13.45 -.05 +1.8 QMAIntlEqC m 7.55 -.08 +16.2 QMASmCpValZ 19.52 -.05 +5.1 TtlRetBdZ 14.24 -.03 +2.5PutnamGlbUtlsB m 13.10 -.02 +7.8 IntlGrB m 20.67 -.06 +25.0 SmCpValA m 12.91 -.08 +2.8ReynoldsBlueChipGr b 57.43 -1.13 +18.8RoyceSmCpValSvc m 10.02 -.05 +8.4RydexElectronicsInv 131.18 -5.79 +21.0 HCH b 24.63 -.66 +11.0 NASDAQ100Inv 34.16 -.78 +18.4SchwabHC 23.66 -.38 +8.9 SP500Idx 40.32 -.55 +12.6State FarmGr 75.74 -.69 +6.0Sterling CapitalStrtonSmCpVlIns 82.76 -1.53 +9.6T. Rowe PriceBCGr 99.67 -2.13 +28.1 Bal 24.04 -.18 +12.4 CorpInc 9.32 -.01 +1.7 CptlAprc 28.20 -.20 +9.3 EMStk d 45.40 -.86 +27.6 EqIdx500 d 69.89 -.96 +12.4 EqInc 32.19 -.28 +9.3 FinclSvcs 28.19 -.33 +17.3 GNMA 9.02 +.01 -.4 GlbTech 17.34 -.26 +28.2 GrStk 63.87 -1.18 +22.6 HlthSci 68.87 -2.43 +13.6 InsLgCpGr 38.05 -.69 +28.2 IntlEqIdx d 14.27 -.07 +16.2 IntlStk d 18.55 -.17 +15.7 IntlValEq d 14.88 -.06 +11.6 MdCpGr 88.27 -2.28 +17.9 MdCpVal 29.94 -.26 +6.8 MediaTeleCms 97.51 -2.56 +19.6 NJTFBd 11.85 -.01 +2.8 NewAmericaGr 49.30 -.85 +23.4 NewAsia d 19.30 -.45 +20.7 NewHorizons 54.70 -1.15 +24.9 NewInc 9.29 ... +1.2 OverseasStk d 11.23 -.05 +17.1 RlEstt d 26.32 -.15 -3.1 Rtr2020 22.36 -.16 +10.5 Rtr2025 17.46 -.14 +12.0 Rtr2030 25.73 -.23 +13.4 Rtr2035 18.83 -.19 +14.5 Rtr2040 27.05 -.29 +15.4 RtrBal 15.24 -.07 +6.6 SciandTech 46.94 -.99 +26.7 SpectrumGr 24.28 -.30 +18.8 SpectrumInc 12.57 -.02 +4.0 SummitMnIncInv 11.74 -.01 +3.2 TFShrtInterm 5.51 -.01 +.1 TxEfficientEq d 29.41 -.63 +21.6 Val 36.06 -.47 +9.7TIAA-CREFEqIdxIns 19.26 -.26 +12.6 IntlEqIdxIns 19.95 -.07 +15.6Third AvenueValIns d 49.74 +.01 +8.4ThompsonBd 11.43 +.01 +3.6 LgCp 63.67 -1.08 +7.1ThornburgInvmIncBldrA m 21.16 -.05 +8.1ThriventIncA m 8.99 +.01 +2.2TocquevilleGold m 34.84 +.54 -8.2TouchstoneLargeCpFocA m 41.81 -.47 +14.6TransamericaAsAlGrC m 14.52 -.13 +11.1 AsAlModC m 11.92 -.06 +7.2U.S. Global InvestorGlbRes b 5.86 -.02 +9.8 GoldPrcMtls b 7.28 +.08 -5.3USAACrnrstnMod 14.71 -.08 +7.1 GrInc 24.41 -.33 +11.1 GvtSec 9.57 -.01 -.2 HiInc d 8.04 +.02 +3.7 PrcMtlsMnral 12.65 +.12 -8.0 SciTech 26.71 -.86 +21.9 TELngTrm 13.19 -.03 +3.6 TrgtRet2040 13.94 -.14 +10.4 TrgtRet2050 14.13 -.14 +11.0 WldGr 31.34 -.29 +12.3Value LinePremGr b 33.10 -.54 +14.9Vanguard500IdxAdmrl 240.51 -3.30 +12.6 500IdxInv 240.51 -3.30 +12.5 BalIdxAdmrl 33.96 -.27 +7.9 BalIdxIns 33.97 -.27 +7.9 CAITTxExAdm 11.57 -.01 +1.9 CnvrtSecInv 13.31 -.09 +5.7 CptlOppAdmrl 151.65 -4.62 +18.4 CptlOppInv 65.64 -2.00 +18.3 DevMIdxAdmrl 14.14 -.06 +16.2 DevMIdxIns 14.16 -.06 +16.2 DivGrInv 25.85 -.12 +11.2 EMStkIdxInAdm 38.39 -.51 +18.4 EqIncAdmrl 74.84 -.73 +9.5 ExplorerAdmrl 90.73 -1.37 +20.4 ExtMktIdxAdmrl 83.58 -1.06 +12.8 ExtMktIdxIns 83.57 -1.06 +12.8 FAWexUSIIns 106.12 -.70 +16.4 FAWexUSIdxInv 21.25 -.14 +16.3 GNMAAdmrl 10.27 ... +.2 GlbEqInv 31.07 -.36 +18.3 GrIdxAdmrl 71.76 -1.26 +16.2 GrIdxIns 71.76 -1.27 +16.2 GrandIncInv 46.26 -.65 +12.5 HCAdmrl 82.57 -2.13 +5.9 HYCorpAdmrl 5.77 +.01 +3.3 HYTEAdmrl 11.21 -.01 +4.6 InTrBdIdxAdmrl 11.06 ... +.1 InTrInGdAdm 9.50 ... +.7 InTrTEAdmrl 13.86 -.02 +1.7 InPrtScAdmrl 25.30 +.02 +.3 InsIdxIns 237.38 -3.25 +12.6 InsIdxInsPlus 237.39 -3.25 +12.6 InsTrgRt2020Ins 22.28 -.12 +8.4 InsTtlSMIInPls 57.93 -.78 +12.7 IntlGrAdmrl 97.19 -1.66 +29.1 IntlValInv 39.32 -.31 +17.2 LTInGrdAdm 10.03 -.01 +5.0 LTTEAdmrl 11.40 -.01 +3.2 LfStrGrInv 33.20 -.28 +11.6 LfStrModGrInv 26.82 -.16 +9.0 LgCpIdxInv 48.27 -.67 +12.6 LtdTrmTEAdmrl 10.81 -.01 +.6 MCpGrIdxInv 49.82 -1.12 +13.4 MdCpIdxAdmrl 188.00 -2.95 +11.0 MdCpIdxIns 41.53 -.65 +11.0 MdCpIdxInsPlus 204.82 -3.22 +11.0 MorganGrAdmrl 91.78 -1.77 +20.7 MorganGrInv 29.60 -.57 +20.6 PrmCpAdmrl 132.62 -3.16 +19.4 PrmCpCorInv 26.30 -.55 +15.5 RlEstIdxAdmrl 106.63 -.34 -5.6 SCpValIdxAdm 55.10 -.50 +7.3 SCpValIdxI 30.80 -.28 +7.3 STBdIdxAdmrl 10.28 ... ... STInvmGrdAdmrl 10.51 ... +.7 STInvmGrdIns 10.51 ... +.7 STTEAdmrl 15.69 -.01 +.7 SeledValInv 29.53 -.39 +7.2 SmCpIdxAdmrl 69.49 -.93 +11.4 SmCpIdxIns 69.49 -.93 +11.4 StarInv 26.53 -.22 +11.5 StrEqInv 33.65 -.48 +10.3 TrgtRtr2015Inv 15.18 -.07 +6.7 TrgtRtr2020Inv 31.03 -.17 +8.4 TrgtRtr2025Inv 18.27 -.12 +9.5 TrgtRtr2030Inv 33.19 -.25 +10.5 TrgtRtr2035Inv 20.40 -.17 +11.5 TrgtRtr2040Inv 35.26 -.32 +12.5 TrgtRtr2045Inv 22.16 -.21 +12.8 TrgtRtr2050Inv 35.66 -.34 +12.9 TrgtRtrIncInv 13.40 -.04 +5.0 TtBMIdxAdmrl 10.51 -.01 +.8 TtBMIdxIns 10.51 -.01 +.8 TtBMIdxInsPlus 10.51 -.01 +.8 TtInBIdxAdmrl 21.83 -.01 +3.0 TtInBIdxIns 32.76 -.01 +3.0 TtInBIdxInv 10.92 ... +3.0 TtInSIdxAdmrl 30.11 -.19 +16.7 TtInSIdxIns 120.41 -.75 +16.7 TtInSIdxInsPlus 120.43 -.75 +16.8 TtInSIdxInv 18.00 -.11 +16.6 TtlSMIdxAdmrl 65.16 -.89 +12.7 TtlSMIdxIns 65.18 -.88 +12.7 TtlSMIdxInv 65.14 -.89 +12.5 ValIdxAdmrl 39.81 -.41 +9.8 WlngtnAdmrl 70.32 -.48 +8.1 WlngtnInv 40.72 -.28 +8.1 WlslyIncAdmrl 63.12 -.17 +4.8 WlslyIncInv 26.06 -.07 +4.7 WndsrAdmrl 77.51 -1.08 +11.0 WndsrIIAdmrl 64.73 -.43 +8.0 WndsrIIInv 36.48 -.24 +8.0VictorySpecValA m 26.65 -.34 +16.4WasatchGlbValInv d 8.67 -.04 +5.6Wells FargoTarget2010Adm 10.85 -.03 +2.8Western AssetCorPlusBdI 11.60 -.02 +3.1 WAMngdMuniA 16.02 -.02 +2.7Wintergreen FundInv m 12.90 -.01 +.1 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Fund Footnotes: b Fee covering market costs is paid from fund assets. d Deferred sales charge, or redemption fee. f front load (sales charges). m Multiple fees are charged, usually a marketing fee and either a sales or redemption fee. NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source : Morningstar and the Associated Press.(Previous and change gures reect current contract.) Facebook announced a slew of changes on Friday to increase transparency on who is allowed to purchase political advertisements on its platform. CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a Facebook post that anyone who seeks to purchase a political or issue adŽ on the social network will need to verify who they are and where they are from. Zuckerberg says this action was necessary to ensure fairer elections around the globe in the next year, including the November midterm elections in the United States. This veri“cation process will begin in the United States and expand into other countries in the near future, according to Zuckerberg. Facebook broadly de“ned an issue adŽ as those on hot topic political topics and will work with third parties to develop a list of these issues. With important elections coming up in the US, Mexico, Brazil, India, Pakistan and more countries in the next year, one of my top priorities for 2018 is making sure we support positive discourse and prevent interference in these elections,Ž wrote Zuckerberg. To get veri“ed, advertisers will need to con“rm their identity and location. Any advertiser who doesnt pass will be prohibited from running political or issue ads.Ž Facebook will also highlight political advertisements as such to avoid confusion in the News Feed. On top of every political advertisement, Facebook will label ads as Political AdŽ on the top left corner of the post and show who paid for it. This feature will roll out in the United States later in the spring. Facebook says that in Canada, it has been testing a new feature that allows users to see what ads a Page „ a public pro“le speci“cally created for businesses, brands and organizations „ is running. The company plans to launch this feature, called view ads,Ž globally by June. Facebooks new veri“cation process will also account for managers of Pages with a large user base. Managers will need to verify who they are and where they are from to be able to post content on their Page. This will make it much harder for people to run pages using fake accounts, or to grow virally and spread misinformation or divisive content that way,Ž wrote Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg and Facebook have been churning out new changes to Facebooks data practices this week „ right before Zuckerbergs scheduled testimony in front of Congress next week. Facebook announced updates to its data policy and proposed updates „ subject to user feedback „ on its terms of service earlier this week. In a statement on Wednesday that revealed up to 87 million Facebook users information may have been improperly collected by political data “rm Cambridge Analytica, Facebook announced more changes in better protecting user pro“les from being targeted and scraped. Starting at the end of October last year, Facebook (and Google and Twitter) testi“ed in front of Congress about possible Russian election meddling enabled by their platforms. In February, Special Counsel Robert Mueller charged a Russian troll farm „ which spread disinformation and fake ads around the time of the 2016 election and beyond „ with election interference.Facebook will now vet anyone who wants to buy political ads on its platformBy SEUNG LEETHE MERCURY NEWS AP FILE PHOTOIn this April 18, 2017, photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg speaks at his companys annual F8 developer conference in San Jose, Calif. NEW YORK „ Stocks ended the week the way they began it: tumbling as investors worry that tariffs and harsh words between the U.S. and China will touch off a trade war that derails the global economy. The latest drop came as the White House proposed tripling the amount of goods from China that will be subject to tariffs. The stock market changed direction again and again this week as investors tried to get a sense of whether the trade dispute between the worlds two largest economies will escalate. On Friday technology companies, banks, industrial and health care stocks sank. The market didnt get any help from a March jobs report that was weaker than expected. With administration of“cials sounding conciliatory one day and hostile the next and the president quick to “re off yet another tweet, investors simply dont know what the U.S. wants to achieve in its talks with China, said Katie Nixon, chief investment of“cer for Northern Trust Wealth Management. The process itself seems to be quite chaotic,Ž she said. Were not quite sure what the long-term strategy is.Ž The Dow Jones industrial average dropped 572.46 points, or 2.3 percent, to 23,932.76. Its down 10 percent from its record high in late January. The S&P 500, which many index funds track, lost 58.37 points, or 2.2 percent, to 2,604.47. The Nasdaq composite slid 161.44 points, or 2.3 percent, to 6,915.11. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks dipped 29.63 points, or 1.9 percent, to 1,513.30. President Donald Trumps administration spent the past few days reassuring investors that its not rushing into a trade war, and Chinas government has done the same. But late Thursday, Trump ordered the U.S. Trade Representative to consider tariffs on another $100 billion in Chinese imports. China said it would counterattack with great strengthŽ if that happens. Each nation proposed tariffs $50 billion in imports from the other at the start of this week. Stocks plunged on Monday, but they rallied over the next few days as of“cials from both countries said they were open to talks and that the tariffs might never go into effect. The Dow average, which contains numerous multinational companies including industrial powerhouses Boeing and Caterpillar, swung dramatically this week, with almost 1,300 points separating its lowest point Monday afternoon from its high late Thursday. It fell 0.7 percent for the week. On Friday Caterpillar, a construction equipment maker, slid $5.14, or 3.5 percent, to $142.99 and Boeing, an aerospace company, lost $10.28, or 3.1 percent, to $326.12. Among technology companies, Apple gave up $4.42, or 2.6 percent, to $168.378 and PayPal shed $3.09, or 4 percent, to $73.86. Jason Pride, chief investment of“cer for Glenmedes private client business, said Trumps latest order caught investors off guard. It shows a willingness to go to the mat on this and “ght it out,Ž he said. Still, Pride said all of the proposed tariffs add up to a pretty small fraction of trade between the U.S. and China, and overall, they wouldnt affect the nations economy that much if they do go into effect. Nixon, of Northern Trust, said businesses also support the idea of making changes in Americas trade relationship with China. Even though investors are optimistic about the state of the global economy and company pro“ts continue to grow, Nixon said the administration is creating the thing investors hate the most: uncertainty. The government reported that U.S. employers added 103,000 jobs in March, a weaker pace than the last few months. The Labor Department also said fewer jobs were added in January and February that it initially estimated. The unemployment rate remained low and the job market looks fundamentally healthy, but its possible some employers are struggling to “nd workers. Benchmark U.S. crude dropped $1.48, or 2.3 percent, to $62.06 a barrel in New York while Brent crude, used to price international oils, lost $1.22, or 1.8 percent, to $67.11 per barrel in London. Oil prices fell almost 5 percent this week as investors wondered if an increase in trade tensions will reduce demand for oil by slowing down the global economy.Stocks dive as US proposes more China tariffsBy MARLEY JAYAP MARKETS WRITER

PAGE 54

The Sun /Saturday, April 7, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 24.75 17 .10 HP Inc .53 13 20.78 -1.14 -1.1 55.89 39.63 HSBC 1.50e ... 47 .17 -.50 -8.7 45.61 30.39 HainCels lf ... ... 30.67 -1.40 -27 .6 9.07 3.69 HalconRs n ... ... 5.11 +.24 -32.5 57 .86 38.18 Hallibrtn .72 dd 47 .00 +.06 -3.8 25.73 17 .94 Hanesbds s .60 10 18.88 +.46 -9.7 121.06 79.23 HanoverIns 2.16 63 116.75 -1.14 +8.0 62.95 41.33 HarleyD 1.48f 13 42.19 -.69 -17 .1 6.03 2.80 Harmonic ... dd 3.75 -.05 -10.7 23.20 11.40 Harsco .20m 53 20.60 -.05 +10.5 59.20 46.69 HartfdFn 1.00 17 51.12 -.40 -9.2 38.72 31.71 HawaiiEl 1.24 24 34.76 +.38 -3.8 56.20 41.05 HlthCSvc .77f 36 42.53 -.95 -19.3 6.17 3.25 HeclaM .01e dd 3.63 -.04 -8.6 38.86 2.20 HeliMAn h ... ... 2.94 +.11 -53.4 116.49 95.21 Hershey 2.62 21 98.85 -.11 -12.9 27 .27 8.52 HertzGl ... ... 20.67 +.82 -6.5 55.48 37 .25 Hess 1.00f dd 51.09 +.47 +7 .6 19.48 12.70 HP Ent n .56f 42 16.70 -.84 +16.3 28.86 21.47 HilltopH .28f 12 23.16 -.30 -8.6 13.95 5.97 HimaxTch .24e 37 6.38 +.22 -38.8 53.21 23.46 HollyFront 1.32 13 52.26 +3.40 +2.0 207 .61 144.25 HomeDp 4.12f 24 174.45 -3.79 -8.0 37 .29 27 .05 Honda .84e ... 34.23 -.50 +0.4 165.13 122.40 HonwllIntl 2.98 20 142.74 -1.77 -6.9 38.00 29.75 Hormel s .75 21 34.93 +.61 -4.0 32.68 23.83 HospPT 2.08 10 24.86 -.48 -16.7 21.53 17 .26 HostHotls 1.00a 16 18.45 -.19 -7 .1 31.85 23.64 HuanPwr 2.45e ... 25.62 -1.23 +2.5 149.03 109.32 Hubbell 3.08 22 117 .39 -4.39 -13.3 293.35 210.01 Humana 1.60 24 283.73 +14.90 +14.4 16.60 12.14 HuntBncsh .44 18 14.56 -.54 ... 276.69 183.42 HuntgtnIng 2.88 24 256.31 -1.45 +8.7 11.26 7 .48 ICICI Bk .16e ... 8.42 -.43 -13.5 207 .14 146.09 IdexxLab s ... 60 185.56 -5.83 +18.7 20.58 14.55 ING .14e ... 16.80 -.13 -9.0 18.52 15.30 IQIYI n ... ... 16.02 +.47 +3.0 13.11 11.61 iShGold ... q 12.81 +.08 +2.4 47 .85 31.78 iShBrazil .67e q 43.42 -1.46 +7 .3 47 .13 36.77 iShEMU .86e q 43.50 +.15 +0.3 26.93 22.07 iSh HK .61e q 24.93 -.38 -1.9 57 .82 47 .79 iShMexico .78e q 52.34 +.82 +6.2 17 .59 14.44 iShSilver ... q 15.43 +.02 -3.5 102.32 89.53 iShSelDiv 3.03e q 94.70 -.42 -3.9 54.00 37 .51 iShChinaLC .87e q 45.97 -1.27 -0.4 288.69 234.02 iSCorSP500 4.38e q 261.57 -3.80 -2.7 110.66 106.08 iShUSAgBd 2.65e q 106.91 -.34 -2.2 52.08 38.71 iShEMkts .59e q 47 .08 -1.20 -0.1 121.85 115.52 iShiBoxIG 3.87 q 117 .07 -.32 -3.7 129.57 116.51 iSh20 yrT 3.05 q 121.10 -.80 -4.5 75.27 61.35 iS Eafe 1.66e q 69.40 -.28 -1.3 89.04 84.07 iShiBxHYB 5.09 q 85.27 -.37 -2.3 119.30 94.20 iShNsdBio s ... q 101.03 -5.71 -5.4 160.63 133.66 iShR2K 1.77e q 150.36 -1.47 -1.4 94.20 82.07 iShCorHiDv 2.90e q 84.15 -.33 -6.6 39.28 36.52 iShUSPfd 2.13a q 37 .20 -.36 -2.3 83.27 71.27 iShREst 2.76e q 75.15 -.32 -7 .2 70.84 57 .23 iShCorEafe 1.56e q 65.44 -.44 -1.0 100.04 79.59 Idacorp 2.36 22 87 .25 -1.02 -4.5 179.07 130.17 ITW 3.12 31 152.60 -4.06 -8.5 144.32 79.27 Incyte ... dd 64.02 -19.31 -32.4 24.50 18.50 IndBkMI .60 20 23.45 +.55 +4.9 18.71 13.88 Infosys .40e 18 17 .49 -.36 +7 .8 97 .67 81.25 IngerRd 1.80 19 83.19 -2.32 -6.7 146.28 113.42 Ingredion 2.40 17 126.89 -2.03 -9.2 53.78 33.23 Intel 1.20 18 48.79 -3.29 +5.7 135.59 51.05 InterceptP ... dd 71.60 +10.08 +22.6 172.56 139.13 IBM 6.00 11 150.57 -2.86 -1.9 30.82 17 .25 IntlGmeT n .80 ... 26.01 -.72 -1.9 66.94 49.60 IntPap 1.90f 17 52.17 -1.26 -10.0 5.75 1.46 Intersectns ... dd 2.24 +.61 -0.9 452.00 251.13 IntSurg s ... 46 396.55 -16.28 +8.7 65.51 37 .26 IonisPhm ... cc 40.68 -3.40 -19.1 64.71 50.58 iShJapan rs ... q 59.62 -1.06 -0.5 39.36 32.44 iSTaiwn rs ... q 37.49 -.85 +3.5 62.70 47 .15 iShCorEM .95e q 57 .02 -1.38 +0.2 30.88 26.88 iSCHeafe .70e q 28.61 -.11 -3.6 16.98 10.02 ItauUnibH .32e ... 15.18 -.41 +16.9J-K-L 50.68 31.23 JD.com ... 20 39.23 -1.26 -5.3 119.33 81.64 JPMorgCh 2.24f 17 109.09 -.32 +2.0 72.18 49.31 JacobsEng .60 23 58.01 -1.14 -12.1 5.55 1.95 JkksPac ... dd 2.28 +.18 -3.2 24.13 18.05 JetBlue ... 11 19.95 -.37 -10.7 148.32 120.95 JohnJn 3.36 18 128.10 -.05 -8.3 44.37 33.55 JohnContl n 1.04e 23 33.64 -1.60 -11.7 24.50 16.77 KKR 1.31e 9 20.01 -.29 -5.0 123.96 87 .93 KLA Tnc 3.00f 15 104.07 -4.94 -1.0 114.85 86.15 KC Southn 1.44f 20 108.48 -1.37 +3.1 74.28 58.76 Kellogg 2.16 16 64.24 -.77 -5.5 8.38 3.92 KeryxBio ... dd 4.17 +.08 -10.3 22.40 16.28 Keycorp .40f 15 19.09 -.46 -5.4 55.21 35.05 Keysight ... 38 50.57 -1.82 +21.6 134.30 104.58 KimbClk 4.00f 17 108.60 -1.53 -10.0 21.85 14.69 KindMorg .50 23 15.17 +.11 -16.0 4.91 3.35 Kinross g ... 30 3.96 +.01 -8.3 93.88 59.48 KraftHnz n 2.50 17 60.54 -1.75 -22.1 13.93 7 .37 KratosDef ... dd 10.67 +.38 +0.8 31.45 19.69 Kroger s .50 12 23.77 -.17 -13.4 28.71 18.22 Kulicke ... 68 24.47 -.54 +0.6 63.10 35.00 L Brands 2.40 11 38.20 -.01 -36.6 218.71 159.43 L-3 Tch 3.20f 20 207 .78 -.22 +5.0 52.85 36.17 LTC Prp 2.28f 16 37 .49 -.51 -13.9 62.84 40.75 LambWst n .77 23 61.78 +3.56 +9.4 118.60 80.00 Landstar .60f 27 105.30 -4.35 +1.2 31.75 24.10 LaSalleH 1.80 16 29.37 +.36 +4.6 54.97 41.25 LeggPlat 1.44 21 43.93 -.43 -8.0 72.17 49.34 LennarA .16 16 61.58 +2.64 -2.6 6.80 5.42 LbtyASE .72e q 6.09 -.04 -3.3 45.40 37 .77 LibtProp 1.60 18 39.20 -.53 -8.9 101.34 81.85 LincElec 1.56 25 88.06 -1.89 -3.8 363.00 266.01 LockhdM 8.00 49 334.66 -3.27 +4.2 142.82 4.69 LongFin n ... ... 28.19 +10.93 -49.9 108.98 70.76 Lowes 1.64 20 88.24 +.49 -5.1M-N-0 197 .37 141.12 M&T Bk 3.00 20 181.69 -2.67 +6.3 10.72 6.04 MBIA ... dd 9.23 -.03 +26.1 35.18 26.45 MDC 1.20f 10 28.82 +.90 -9.6 28.54 24.29 MDU Res .79 23 27 .94 -.22 +3.9 8.90 6.72 MFA Fncl .80 9 7 .49 -.04 -5.4 38.41 27 .01 MGM Rsts .48f 10 34.13 -.89 +2.2 159.98 95.01 MSCI Inc 1.52 44 144.05 -5.42 +13.8 10.97 8.59 MVC Cap .60f q 10.05 +.12 -4.8 81.74 36.20 Macquarie 5.76f 7 38.39 +1.46 -40.2 31.04 17 .41 Macys 1.51 10 29.80 +.06 +18.3 59.99 39.50 Magna g s 1.32f 10 58.58 +2.23 +3.4 22.16 16.62 Manulife g .44 ... 18.21 -.37 -12.7 19.52 10.55 MarathnO .20 dd 16.24 +.11 -4.1 149.21 90.00 MAR 1.32 34 130.93 -5.05 -3.5 20.55 12.70 MartinMid 2.00 20 13.90 +.40 -0.7 25.18 14.58 MarvellTch .24 64 20.51 -.49 -4.5 46.45 33.05 Masco .42 24 40.19 -.25 -8.5 183.73 111.01 MasterCrd 1.00 39 169.70 -5.21 +12.1 74.94 43.35 MaximIntg 1.68f 25 56.81 -3.41 +8.7 111.46 90.25 McCorm 2.08f 16 104.20 -1.67 +2.2 9.07 5.56 McDrmInt ... 10 5.61 -.48 -14.7 178.70 129.52 McDnlds 4.04 27 161.25 +4.87 -6.3 178.86 133.82 McKesson 1.36 11 139.71 -1.16 -10.4 14.22 11.82 MedProp 1.00f 14 12.69 -.31 -7 .9 7 .89 3.94 MedleyCap .64 6 4.08 +.10 -21.8 89.72 76.41 Medtrnic 1.84 31 77 .64 -2.58 -3.9 66.41 52.83 Merck 1.92 20 53.36 -1.11 -5.2 63.23 41.41 MercGn 2.50 19 45.97 +.10 -14.0 72.25 50.63 Meredith 2.18f 13 53.60 -.20 -18.8 29.54 14.97 Meritor ... 7 20.22 -.34 -13.8 55.91 43.01 MetLife 1.60 10 45.27 -.62 -10.5 101.48 71.40 Microchp 1.45 89 86.27 -5.09 -1.8 63.42 26.36 MicronT ... 6 48.46 -3.68 +17 .9 97 .24 64.85 Microsoft 1.68 65 90.23 -1.04 +5.5 3.25 1.00 Microvisn ... dd 1.04 -.09 -36.2 142.00 107 .53 Middleby ... 23 123.57 -.22 -8.4 46.74 32.23 MdsxWatr .90 26 38.00 +1.30 -4.8 14.17 10.93 MHowHiInc 1.39 q 11.37 -.04 -8.8 8.11 5.94 MitsuUF J ... ... 6.45 -.19 -11.3 97 .50 72.07 MolsCoorB 1.64 12 73.16 -2.17 -10.9 47 .23 39.19 Mondelez .88 22 41.48 -.25 -3.1 124.20 114.19 Monsanto 2.16 20 117 .86 +1.71 +0.9 93.93 64.82 Moog A .25p 21 80.77 -1.64 -7 .0 59.38 40.43 MorgStan 1.16f 15 53.04 -.92 +1.1 110.29 79.63 MotrlaSolu 2.08 19 103.98 -1.32 +15.1 35.16 22.21 MurphO 1.00 dd 26.56 +.72 -14.5 47 .82 29.39 Mylan NV ... 9 39.52 -1.65 -6.6 45.23 29.20 NCR Corp ... 27 30.71 -.81 -9.6 31.15 14.52 NRG Egy .12 48 29.96 -.57 +5.2 20.15 15.55 NRG Yld C 1.19f 32 17 .25 +.25 -8.7 26.32 22.58 NTT DOCO ... ... 26.10 +.53 +9.8 14.28 5.32 Nabors .24 dd 6.69 -.30 -2.0 59.92 48.31 NatFuGas 1.66 15 50.28 -1.17 -8.4 70.76 51.44 NatGrid 2.89e ... 58.06 +1.63 -1.3 81.60 62.71 NtHlthInv 4.00f 16 67 .82 +.53 -10.0 121.40 88.80 NatPresto 1.00a 13 94.05 +.30 -5.4 111.36 17 .33 NektarTh ... dd 93.87 -12.39 +57 .2 68.69 44.63 Neogen s ... 60 67 .30 +.31 +9.2 65.58 37 .43 NetApp .80 27 63.11 +1.62 +14.1 333.98 138.66 Netflix s ... cc 288.85 -6.50 +50.5 45.45 35.55 NJ Rscs s 1.09 15 40.60 +.50 +1.0 17 .95 11.87 NewMedia 1.48 24 16.30 -.84 -2.9 108.40 58.47 NewOriEd .40e 45 88.72 +1.07 -5.6 14.53 11.67 NY CmtyB .68 14 12.56 -.47 -3.5 6.69 5.35 NYMtgTr .80 9 5.95 +.02 -3.6 25.70 14.15 NY Times .16 cc 23.60 -.46 +27 .6 55.08 23.85 NewellRub .92f 10 25.79 +.31 -16.5 164.71 128.31 NextEraEn 4.44f 24 162.75 -.58 +4.2 27 .76 22.44 NiSource s .78 30 24.25 +.34 -5.5 70.2550.35NikeBs.806467 .55+1.11+8.0 A-B-C 12.05 9.86 AES Corp .52f 10 11.42 +.05 +5.4 45.88 36.41 AFLAC s ... 14 43.37 -.39 ... 7 .70 4.00 AK Steel ... 12 4.37 -.16 -22.8 40.76 32.55 AT&T Inc 2.00f 13 35.63 -.02 -8.4 64.60 42.31 AbbottLab 1.12 25 57 .57 -2.35 +0.9 125.86 63.12 AbbVie 2.84 18 89.78 -4.87 -7 .2 26.81 8.81 AberFitc .80 dd 27 .35 +3.14 +56.9 30.45 16.75 AccelrDiag ... dd 23.25 +.40 -11.3 6.15 3.60 Accuray ... dd 4.70 -.30 +9.3 79.63 48.41 ActivsBliz .34f 44 64.56 -2.90 +2.0 86.42 57 .40 Adient n 1.10 ... 63.92 +4.16 -18.8 95.00 60.06 AdvEnId ... 18 61.33 -2.57 -9.1 15.65 9.04 AMD ... ... 9.61 -.44 -6.5 39.90 30.15 Aecom ... 11 34.97 -.66 -5.9 58.99 26.93 AeroViron ... 51 45.08 -.43 -19.7 194.40 127 .86 Aetna 2.00 17 170.38 +1.38 -5.5 2.65 .98 AeviGeno ... dd 1.83 -.18 +52.5 75.00 52.31 Agilent .60 75 63.65 -3.10 -5.0 25.30 18.97 Aircastle 1.12 8 19.79 -.07 -15.4 2.91 1.65 AlaskCom ... dd 1.75 -.05 -34.7 144.99 86.75 Albemarle 1.34f 20 91.80 -.94 -28.2 57 .50 29.55 Alcoa Cp ... 16 48.05 +3.09 -10.8 149.34 96.18 Alexion lf ... 42 109.24 -2.22 -8.7 206.20 108.84 Alibaba ... 47 167 .52 -16.02 -2.8 30.25 14.54 AllegTch ... dd 23.85 +.17 -1.2 256.80 142.81 Allergan 2.88f 8 161.52 -6.77 -1.3 81.24 66.64 Allete 2.24f 21 71.72 -.53 -3.6 23.45 16.90 AllnceRes 2.04f 5 16.85 -.80 -14.5 28.15 20.40 AlliBern 2.13e 12 26.35 -.50 +5.2 45.52 36.84 AlliantEg s 1.34f 21 41.02 +.16 -3.7 45.69 32.93 AllisonTrn .60 17 38.24 -.82 -11.2 105.36 79.09 Allstate 1.84f 14 95.90 +1.10 -8.4 153.99 46.90 AlnylamP ... dd 95.08 -24.02 -25.2 1186.89 817 .02 Alphabet C ... 30 1007 .04 -24.75 -3.8 1198.00 834.60 Alphabet A ... 30 1009.95 -27 .19 -4.1 10.03 8.05 AlpTotDiv .69 q 8.81 -.13 -7 .0 12.85 9.01 AlpAlerMLP 1.35e q 9.35 -.02 -13.3 80.56 45.96 Altaba ... cc 67 .55 -6.49 -3.3 77 .79 59.07 Altria 2.80f 20 63.85 +1.53 -10.6 1617 .54 884.49 Amazon ... cc 1405.23 -42.11 +20.2 66.23 40.06 Ambarella ... 22 44.45 -4.54 -24.3 7 .43 5.30 Ambev .05e 7 6.86 -.41 +6.2 64.89 51.89 Ameren 1.83 20 57 .13 +.50 -3.2 6.40 5.55 AFMulti .50 21 6.18 ... +2.1 19.76 14.34 AMovilL .17e 17 19.44 +.35 +13.4 21.35 10.23 AEagleOut .55f 19 21.04 +1.11 +11.9 78.07 63.32 AEP 2.48 18 68.53 -.06 -6.9 102.39 75.51 AmExp 1.40 16 91.91 -1.02 -7 .5 67 .30 52.42 AmIntlGrp 1.28 dd 53.60 -.82 -10.0 60.00 43.08 AmStsWtr 1.02 28 52.61 -.45 -9.2 92.37 74.63 AmWtrWks 1.66 35 81.92 -.21 -10.5 48.37 39.41 Amerigas 3.80 32 39.80 -.17 -13.9 183.90 118.84 Ameriprise 3.32 13 141.31 -6.63 -16.6 106.27 71.90 AmeriBrgn 1.52 10 85.41 -.80 -7 .0 79.32 53.19 Ametek .36 31 73.54 -2.43 +1.5 201.23 152.16 Amgen 5.28 15 168.14 -2.34 -3.3 93.62 68.57 Amphenol .76 33 82.57 -3.56 -6.0 63.55 39.96 Anadarko 1.00f 68 58.86 -1.55 +9.7 121.71 75.11 Andeavor 2.36 38 106.90 +6.34 -6.5 126.50 101.21 ABInBev 3.19e 27 107 .94 -2.00 -3.2 12.73 10.00 Annaly 1.20 12 10.48 +.05 -11.9 267 .95 164.65 Anthem 3.00f 17 224.78 +5.08 -0.1 6.35 4.55 Anworth .60 10 4.84 +.04 -11.0 54.64 33.60 Apache 1.00 24 38.34 -.14 -9.2 6.82 5.18 ApolloInv .60 ... 5.36 +.14 -5.3 183.50 140.06 Apple Inc 2.52 20 168.38 +.60 -0.5 62.40 37 .41 ApldMatl .80f 17 52.34 -3.27 +2.4 103.41 22.54 ApldOptoel ... 7 24.09 -.97 -36.3 39.55 31.18 AquaAm .82 25 33.69 -.37 -14.1 39.70 16.95 ArcBest .32 14 31.95 -.10 -10.6 45.91 38.59 ArchDan 1.34f 18 44.33 +.96 +10.6 31.17 21.76 Arconic .24 dd 22.54 -.50 -17 .3 17 .70 15.03 AresCap 1.52 10 15.98 +.11 +1.7 25.95 17 .25 AresMgmt 1.60e 32 20.90 -.50 +4.5 16.40 .70 ArgosThr rs ... ... .80 -.11 -73.5 311.67 130.09 AristaNetw ... 61 258.72 +3.42 +9.8 18.78 6.73 ArrayBio ... dd 14.94 -1.38 +16.7 87 .26 69.67 ArrowEl ... 10 72.79 -4.23 -9.5 77.16 58.99 Ashland .90m 38 68.60 -1.19 -3.7 36.70 28.43 AstraZen s 1.37e 9 35.42 +.45 +2.1 34.53 14.81 AtHomGr n ... 54 33.72 +1.68 +11.0 93.56 76.46 ATMOS 1.88f 16 84.15 -.09 -2.0 125.24 95.50 AutoData 2.52 30 113.70 +.22 -3.0 123.67 79.13 AveryD 1.80 26 103.20 -3.05 -10.2 50.88 20.71 AvisBudg ... 17 48.25 +1.41 +10.0 52.83 39.25 Avista 1.49f 29 51.92 +.67 +0.8 4.90 1.85 Avon ... 28 2.82 -.02 +31.2 43.10 22.35 B&G Foods 1.86 7 24.65 +.95 -29.9 56.31 41.17 BB&T Cp 1.50a 17 51.12 -.92 +2.8 49.06 42.01 BCE g 3.02f ... 42.73 -.31 -11.0 16.97 10.60 BGC Ptrs .72 dd 13.16 -.29 -12.9 45.43 28.73 BHPBil plc 1.66e ... 39.04 -.69 -3.1 44.62 33.83 BP PLC 2.38 22 41.76 +1.22 -0.6 27 .95 18.55 BP Pru 3.60e 4 24.75 +.85 +23.1 274.97 171.17 Baidu ... 18 219.82 -3.37 -6.1 38.59 25.53 BakHuGE n .72f ... 29.58 +1.81 -6.5 88.47 70.23 Balchem .42f 41 84.06 +2.31 +4.3 43.24 35.60 BallCorp s .40 20 39.26 -.45 +3.7 5.94 2.17 BallardPw ... dd 3.41 -.14 -22.7 11.98 7 .12 BcoBrad s .06a ... 10.47 -.32 +12.4 7 .57 5.74 BcoSantSA .21e ... 6.52 -.03 -0.3 33.05 22.07 BkofAm .48 19 29.63 -.36 +0.4 84.71 66.75 BkMont g 3.71e ... 75.47 -.10 -5.7 58.99 45.89 BkNYMel .96 14 50.35 -1.18 -6.5 66.78 53.86 BkNova g 2.32 10 60.35 -.70 -6.5 73.60 25.59 B iPVxST rs ... q 49.76 +2.45 +78.2 9.45 4.10 BarnesNob .60 dd 5.25 +.45 -21.6 20.37 11.07 BarrickG .12 27 12.69 +.24 -12.3 BasicEnS ... dd .45 ... ... 72.58 52.27 Baxter s .64 30 63.89 -1.15 -1.2 23.24 11.78 BeazerHm ... 19 16.51 +.56 -14.1 248.39 175.66 BectDck 2.92 87 215.50 -1.20 +0.7 40.76 19.07 BedBath .60 6 21.00 +.01 -4.5 50.47 40.60 Bemis 1.24f 18 43.63 +.11 -8.7 217 .62 160.93 BerkH B ... 27 195.49 -3.99 -1.4 64.42 42.36 BigLots 1.20f 12 43.06 -.47 -23.3 8.80 3.95 Biocryst ... dd 4.60 -.17 -6.3 370.57 244.28 Biogen ... 16 257 .65 -16.17 -19.1 72.02 50.49 BlkHillsCp 1.78 16 53.99 -.31 -10.2 14.55 8.47 BlackBerry ... 18 10.19 -1.31 -8.8 38.00 32.81 BlkHlthSci 2.40 q 34.27 -.73 -6.1 15.84 13.31 BlkMuniast .65a q 13.51 +.02 -9.8 37 .52 28.85 Blackstone 2.70e 15 31.01 -.94 -3.2 40.15 21.51 BlueBPet n ... 46 39.92 +.11 +21.7 371.60 175.47 Boeing 6.84f 34 326.12 -1.76 +10.6 2228.99 1630.56 BookingHl ... 28 2033.41 -46.98 +17 .0 58.22 37 .64 BorgWarn .68 14 51.27 +1.04 +0.4 208.75 128.70 BostBeer ... 25 203.15 +14.10 +6.3 29.93 24.31 BostonSci ... 19 27 .35 +.03 +10.3 40.44 21.36 BoydGm .20 21 32.00 +.14 -8.7 27 .34 20.00 BrigStrat .56 12 20.36 -1.05 -19.7 45.81 29.50 Brinker 1.52 12 38.67 +2.57 -0.4 70.05 51.56 BrMySq 1.60 60 60.88 -1.97 -0.7 73.41 53.38 BritATob s 2.24e ... 60.27 +2.58 -10.0 285.68 208.44 BroadcInc 7 .00 cc 228.87 -6.78 -10.9 15.66 6.33 Brookdale ... dd 6.75 +.04 -30.4 46.88 37 .54 BrkfInfra s 1.88f 30 41.60 -.04 -7 .2 64.45 48.04 Brunswick .76 16 58.51 -.88 +6.0 69.95 35.24 Bu ckeye 5.05 11 37 .29 -.10 -24.7 10.11 4.00 CBL Asc .80m 2 4.40 +.23 -22.3 69.31 49.24 CBS B .72 12 52.84 +1.45 -10.4 50.83 40.48 CMS Eng 1.43f 28 45.32 +.03 -4.2 15.65 9.70 CNH Indl .12e cc 11.64 -.76 -13.1 60.04 46.04 CSX .88f 9 54.35 -1.36 -1.2 18.25 6.70 CVR Rfng 1.39 25 14.50 +1.45 -12.4 84.00 60.14 CVS Health 2.00 11 63.38 +1.17 -12.6 8.98 6.25 CYS Invest .88 7 6.79 +.07 -15.4 29.57 21.40 CabotO&G .24f 44 23.17 -.81 -19.0 14.50 9.20 CaesarsEnt ... dd 11.00 -.25 -13.0 50.40 33.40 Cal-Maine 2.49e 92 46.70 +3.00 +5.1 12.42 10.60 CalaCvHi 1.20 q 11.82 +.12 -0.3 25.45 15.64 CalAmp ... 46 22.30 -.58 +4.1 46.15 32.75 CalifWtr .75f 26 37 .00 -.25 -18.4 13.73 9.34 CallonPet ... 27 12.00 -1.24 -1.2 9.95 3.40 CalumetSp ... dd 7 .05 ... -8.4 96.39 78.19 CamdenPT 3.08f 23 84.89 +.71 -7 .8 59.14 40.99 CampSp 1.40 14 43.73 +.42 -9.1 100.01 77 .20 CIBC g 5.32f 10 87 .27 -1.01 -10.4 85.73 70.59 CdnNR gs 1.33 ... 73.98 +.85 -10.3 37 .63 27.52 CdnNRs gs 1.34f ... 33.02 +1.55 -7 .6 106.50 76.05 CapOne 1.60 27 94.72 -1.10 -4.9 16.72 10.27 CapSenL ... dd 10.63 -.12 -21.2 11.41 8.17 CapsteadM .64 12 8.70 +.05 +0.6 1.53 .58 CpstnTur rs ... dd 1.44 +.29 +87 .0 82.80 54.66 CardnlHlth 1.85 15 62.39 -.29 +1.8 77 .64 55.05 CarMax ... 17 60.30 -1.64 -6.0 72.70 57 .39 Carnival 1.80 16 64.51 -1.07 -2.8 54.61 34.24 CarpTech .72 35 45.59 +1.47 -10.6 30.19 11.10 Carrizo ... 12 16.52 +.52 -22.4 173.19 92.98 Caterpillar 3.12 25 142.99 -4.39 -9.3 72.56 59.66 CedarF 3.56 17 64.23 +.35 -1.2 147 .17 84.25 Celgene ... 26 86.95 -2.26 -16.7 10.37 6.43 Cemex .29t ... 6.87 +.25 -8.4 11.52 6.76 CenovusE .20 7 9.36 +.82 +2.5 30.45 25.84 CenterPnt 1.11f 19 26.89 -.51 -5.2 27 .61 13.16 CntryLink 2.16 8 17 .21 +.78 +3.2 73.86 55.29 Cerner ... 28 56.42 -1.58 -16.3 59.83 43.61 ChemFinl 1.12 21 54.23 -.45 +1.4 58.08 34.70 Chemours n .68f 12 48.68 -.03 -2.8 6.39 2.53 ChesEng ... 5 2.98 -.04 -24.7 133.88102.55Chevron4.48f51114.76+.72 8.3 31.69 9.55 ChicB&I .28 dd 12.43 -1.97 -23.0 14.43 6.96 Chicos .33 14 9.92 +.88 +12.5 70.52 32.50 ChinaSoAir .64e ... 50.38 -2.25 -2.8 499.00 247 .52 Chipotle ... cc 318.07 -5.04 +10.0 54.18 43.21 ChurchDwt s .87f ... 49.50 -.86 -1.3 227 .13 149.10 Cigna .04 16 167 .82 +.08 -17 .4 81.98 68.49 CinnFin 2.12f 21 73.00 -1.26 -2.6 71.97 37 .86 Cirrus ... 13 38.54 -2.09 -25.7 46.16 30.36 Cisco 1.32f 21 40.73 -1.83 +6.3 44.68 9.74 CgpVelICrd ... ... 11.59 +1.44 -17 .5 80.70 57 .55 Citigroup 1.28 13 68.60 +1.10 -7 .8 48.23 31.51 CitizFincl .52 18 41.48 -.50 -1.2 96.96 73.34 CitrixSy s ... 25 91.78 -1.02 +4.3 3.05 1.31 CleanEngy ... cc 1.58 -.07 -22.2 9.15 5.56 ClevCliffs ... 5 6.86 -.09 -4.9 150.40 123.64 Clorox 3.84f 21 128.51 -4.60 -13.6 23.35 13.20 Cloudera n ... ... 12.98 -8.60 -21.4 48.62 42.19 CocaCola 1.56f 81 43.92 +.49 -4.3 13.19 10.55 CohStQIR .96 q 11.92 +.07 -5.8 29.16 25.57 CohStSelPf 2.06 q 25.85 -.18 -8.5 77 .91 67 .86 ColgPalm 1.68f 25 71.64 -.04 -5.0 14.74 5.28 ColNrthS n ... ... 5.59 -.03 -51.0 44.00 32.74 Comcast s .76f 16 34.12 +.14 -14.5 102.66 64.04 Comerica 1.20f 20 94.92 -1.01 +9.3 8.62 4.90 CmpTask .24 ... 8.28 +.09 +62.4 31.40 13.11 Comtech .40 28 29.71 -.18 +34.3 41.04 32.16 ConAgra .85 16 36.74 -.14 -2.5 65.04 48.86 ConnWtrSv 1.19 30 62.44 +1.91 +8.8 61.31 42.27 ConocoPhil 1.14f 47 59.26 -.03 +8.0 24.80 10.31 ConsolCom 1.55 ... 11.38 +.42 -6.6 89.70 73.73 ConEd 2.86f 16 78.56 +.62 -7 .5 231.83 168.44 ConstellA 2.96f 20 227 .19 -.73 -0.6 61.67 29.08 ContlRescs ... cc 58.92 -.03 +11.2 44.50 28.10 CooperTire .42 16 29.05 -.25 -17 .8 46.19 33.24 CorOnDem ... dd 39.94 +.83 +13.0 35.10 26.32 Corning .72f 16 26.55 -1.33 -17 .0 36.03 24.55 CorpOffP 1.10 14 26.79 +.96 -8.3 199.88 150.00 Costco 2.00 29 183.96 -4.47 -1.2 21.68 14.24 Coty .50 ... 18.29 -.01 -8.0 47 .19 4.66 CSVixSh rs ... q 10.34 +.92 +86.6 29.25 20.00 CrestEq rs 2.40 dd 26.25 +.65 +1.7 17 .43 5.93 Crocs ... dd 16.58 +.33 +31.2 62.27 48.27 CrownHold ... 19 48.76 -1.99 -13.3 194.18 143.83 Cummins 4.32 44 157 .90 -4.19 -10.6 26.25 11.35 CybrOpt ... 94 16.85 -1.15 +12.3 18.87 12.50 CypSemi .44 27 16.29 -.67 +6.9D-E-F 61.53 49.62 DCT IndlTr 1.44f 27 55.47 -.87 -5.6 13.00 6.76 DDR Corp .76 19 7 .48 +.15 -16.5 11.57 9.71 DNP Selct .78 q 10.39 +.11 -3.8 53.32 31.98 DR Horton .50 17 45.35 +1.51 -11.2 116.74 97 .66 DTE 3.53f 19 104.06 -.34 -4.9 100.11 76.27 Darden 2.52 19 86.86 +1.61 -9.5 20.10 8.18 DeanFoods .36 11 8.92 +.30 -22.8 175.26 107 .04 Deere 2.40 33 145.39 -9.93 -7 .1 60.50 43.81 DeltaAir 1.22 11 53.05 -1.76 -5.3 2.89 .92 DenburyR ... dd 2.78 +.04 +25.8 35.76 7 .48 Dermira ... dd 7 .12 -.87 -74.4 45.16 28.80 DevonE .24 20 31.45 -.34 -24.0 147 .62 113.67 Diageo 3.20e ... 139.17 +3.75 -4.7 20.41 10.06 DiamOffsh .50 25 15.79 +1.13 -15.1 6.16 3.07 DianaShip ... dd 3.40 -.26 -16.5 29.80 12.90 Diebold .40 16 14.50 -.90 -11.3 12.53 8.50 DigiIntl ... 31 10.60 +.30 +11.0 127 .23 96.56 DigitalRlt 4.04f 50 104.30 -1.08 -8.4 88.51 45.51 Dillards .40 10 79.47 -.87 +32.3 46.48 21.25 DxGBull rs ... q 24.71 +.31 -22.1 30.40 11.34 DrGMBll rs .09e q 13.83 +.27 -22.1 45.37 2.16 DirSPBear s ... q 30.57 +1.11 +2.0 19.56 10.28 DxSCBear rs ... q 12.12 +.27 -1.2 54.49 30.30 DrxSPBull s ... q 39.34 -1.95 -11.3 81.93 57 .50 Discover 1.40 13 70.34 -1.59 -8.6 30.25 15.99 DiscIncA ... 11 22.62 +1.19 +1.1 29.18 14.99 DiscIncC ... 11 20.73 +1.21 -2.1 116.10 96.20 Disney 1.68f 14 100.35 -.09 -6.7 105.82 65.97 DollarGen 1.16f 21 94.97 +1.42 +2.1 116.65 65.63 DollarTree ... 13 98.72 +3.82 -8.0 85.30 66.37 DomEngy 3.34f 14 66.22 -1.21 -18.3 236.93 166.74 Dominos 2.20f 39 231.46 -2.10 +22.5 52.58 35.72 Domtar g 1.74f 16 42.93 +.39 -13.3 52.20 42.59 Donaldson .72 24 43.93 -1.12 -10.3 77 .08 59.29 DowDuPnt .84e 20 63.71 ... -10.5 9.18 7 .53 DryStrt .52 q 7 .68 -.03 -11.1 9.38 8.40 DufPUC .60 q 8.58 ... -3.1 91.78 72.93 DukeEngy 3.56 17 78.16 +.69 -7 .1 30.14 24.30 DukeRlty .80 20 25.68 -.80 -5.6 13.92 5.84 Dynegy ... 8 12.81 -.71 +8.1 46.99 31.89 eBay s ... 19 39.09 -1.15 +3.6 119.00 81.99 EOG Rescs .67 dd 101.93 -3.34 -5.5 89.85 69.82 Eaton 2.64f 17 75.97 -3.94 -3.8 16.85 13.62 EV EEq2 1.05 q 15.75 -.01 +3.5 9.84 8.02 EVTxMGlo .98 q 9.02 -.10 -3.8 141.87 124.46 Ecolab 1.64 30 139.78 +2.71 +4.2 83.38 57 .63 EdisonInt 2.42f 14 63.38 -.28 +0.2 143.22 92.90 EdwLfSci s ... 43 137 .51 -2.01 +22.0 89.09 73.69 EliLilly 2.25f 25 76.85 -.52 -9.0 114.95 79.71 EllieMae ... 64 92.82 +.88 +3.8 21.75 18.90 ElmiraSB .92 17 20.50 ... +0.2 15.05 5.65 EmergeES 2.68m dd 6.72 +.57 -6.5 74.45 56.77 EmersonEl 1.94 25 66.31 -1.99 -4.9 19.47 9.05 EnbrdgEPt 1.40 11 9.81 +.17 -29.0 42.92 29.54 Enbridge 2.68 ... 31.23 -.24 -20.1 14.31 8.01 EnCana g .06 19 10.92 -.08 -18.1 14.15 5.27 Endo Intl ... dd 5.49 -.45 -29.2 19.50 12.80 EgyTrEq s 1.22f 17 14.19 -.02 -17 .8 24.51 15.06 EngyTrfPt 2.26 16 16.54 +.32 -7 .7 12.26 6.52 Enerpls g .12e 14 11.02 -.24 +12.6 20.00 13.80 EnLinkLLC 1.04f 12 14.10 -.55 -19.9 21.50 15.20 Ennis Inc .80 15 19.80 +.10 -4.6 9.50 4.10 ENSCO .04 dd 4.62 +.23 -21.8 87 .85 71.95 Entergy 3.56f 35 78.98 +.20 -3.0 29.51 23.10 EntProdPt 1.70f 19 24.22 -.26 -8.6 66.15 55.93 EversrceE 2.02f 19 59.65 +.73 -5.6 1.62 .89 EvineLive ... ... .93 -.09 -33.6 63.60 22.18 ExactSci h ... dd 37 .84 -2.49 -28.0 42.67 33.30 Exelon 1.38f 11 38.63 -.38 -2.0 161.00 98.52 Expedia 1.20 43 107 .55 -2.86 -10.2 85.07 55.80 ExpScripts ... 9 67 .88 -1.20 -9.1 89.30 72.16 ExxonMbl 3.08 16 74.87 +.26 -10.5 15.00 12.02 FNBCp PA .48 16 13.17 -.28 -4.7 195.32 138.81 Facebook ... 29 157 .20 -2.59 -10.9 58.74 39.79 Fastenal 1.48f 28 53.65 -.94 -1.9 274.66 182.89 FedExCp 2.00 14 234.29 -5.82 -6.1 138.12 106.41 FedRlty 4.00 20 115.78 -.33 -12.8 17 .60 9.78 FedNatHld .32 21 16.42 +.65 -0.9 131.20 69.59 Ferrari n ... ... 120.75 +.23 +15.2 6.12 2.87 Ferrellgs .40 dd 3.23 +.11 -24.5 24.95 9.60 FiatChrys ... ... 22.31 +1.79 +25.1 42.52 27 .53 FidlNatFn 1.20f 15 38.52 -1.50 -1.8 18.21 12.63 FidusInvst 1.56a 8q 13.07 +.19 -13.9 34.57 23.20 FifthThird .64 12 31.24 -.51 +3.0 28.99 14.25 Finisar ... 12 15.33 -.48 -24.7 19.23 14.72 FstData n ... 7 15.47 -.53 -7 .4 76.61 25.56 FstSolar ... 73 69.70 -1.28 +3.2 35.20 27 .93 FirstEngy 1.44 12 34.20 +.19 +11.7 7 .32 4.51 Fitbit n ... dd 4.79 -.31 -16.1 22.51 19.29 FlrtyTotR 1.63 q 19.59 -.22 -9.3 22.50 16.80 FlowrsFds .68 25 22.08 +.22 +14.3 62.09 37 .04 Fluor .84 42 56.72 -.50 +9.8 77 .86 28.42 FootLockr 1.38f 19 46.46 +.92 -0.9 13.48 10.14 FordM .60a 6 11.18 +.10 -10.5 73.62 56.59 FBHmSec .80f 20 58.72 -.17 -14.2 20.25 11.05 FrptMcM .20 14 17 .33 -.24 -8.6G-H-I 24.37 18.83 GGP Inc .88 30 20.25 -.21 -13.4 143.37 92.65 GW Pharm ... dd 110.82 -1.85 -16.1 24.97 20.70 GabDvInc 1.32 q 21.89 -.21 -6.5 10.09 8.08 GabMultT .94e q 9.25 -.02 +0.5 7 .20 6.02 GabUtil .60 q 6.13 -.10 -13.7 25.31 12.20 GameStop 1.52 dd 13.43 +.81 -25.2 39.32 32.51 Gam&Lsr n 2.52f 19 33.72 +.25 -8.9 35.68 21.02 Gap .97f 15 30.84 -.36 -8.8 65.96 48.50 Garmin 2.04 16 58.42 -.51 -1.9 36.59 32.20 GAInv 1.15e q 33.34 -.13 -3.1 230.00 185.64 GenDynam 3.36 23 215.74 -5.16 +6.0 30.54 12.73 GenElec .48 dd 13.06 -.42 -25.3 60.69 43.84 GenMills 1.96 12 45.47 +.41 -23.3 46.76 31.92 GenMotors 1.52 dd 37 .68 +1.34 -8.1 33.52 18.42 GenesisEn 2.88f 28 19.95 +.24 -10.7 24.07 16.59 Gentex .44f 19 23.68 +.77 +13.0 107 .75 79.86 GenuPrt 2.88f 21 89.26 -.58 -6.1 5.32 2.60 Gerdau .02e ... 4.73 +.07 +27 .2 6.68 1.74 GeronCp ... dd 3.48 -.77 +93.3 89.54 63.76 GileadSci 2.28f 8 73.41 -1.98 +2.5 44.54 34.52 GlaxoSKln 2.89e ... 39.93 +.86 +12.6 52.18 27 .79 GlobusMed ... 44 49.53 -.29 +20.5 64.49 36.02 GoDaddy n ... 86 59.86 -1.56 +19.1 15.63 11.64 Goldcrp g .24 19 14.05 +.23 +10.0 275.31 209.62 GoldmanS 2.60 29 249.97 -1.89 -1.9 36.74 25.88 Goodyear .56 9 26.81 +.23 -17 .0 11.89 4.42 GoPro ... dd 4.88 +.09 -35.5 22.99 12.41 GovPrpIT 1.72 20 12.28 -1.38 -33.8 77 .37 58.48 vjGrace .96f 18 61.68 +.45 -12.0 16.74 12.65 GraphPkg .30 16 15.37 +.02 -0.5 34.72 27 .60 GtPlainEn 1.10 15 31.00 -.79 -3.8 65.60 47 .97 Greif A 1.68 18 54.25 +2.00 -10.4 37 .90 27 .71 Griffin .40f 30 37 .81 +.28 +3.0 5.99 2.90 Groupon ... ... 4.37 +.03 -14.3 37 .43 24.43 GuangRy .62e ... 27 .70 -1.92 -17 .1 44.24 17 .44 H&E Eqp 1.10 12 36.24 -2.25 -10.8 33 6 7 21.4 8 H C P In c 1.4 8 1 3 2 3 .2 0 -. 03 -11. 0 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg 52-week Wk YTD Hi Low Name Div PE Last chg %chg Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Stock Footnotes: Stock Footnotes: cld Issue has been called for redemption by company. d New 52-week low. ec Company formerly listed on the American Exchange's Emerging Company Marketplace. g Dividends and earnings in Canadian dollars. h Does not me et continued-listing standards. lf Late ling with SEC. n Stock was a new issue in the last year. The 52-week high and low gu res date only from the beginning of trading. pf Preferred stock issue. pr Preferences. pp Holder owes installments of purchase price. r t Right to buy security at a specied price. rs Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50% within the past year. s Stock h as split by at least 20 percent within the last year. wi Trades will be settled when the stock is issued. wd When distributed. wt Warrant, all owing a purchase of a stock. u New 52-week high. un Unit,, including more than one security. vj Company in bankruptcy or receivership, or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law. Appears in front of the name. Stocks in bold are worth at least $5 and changed 5 percent or more in price. Underlining for 50 most actively traded stocks of the day. Dividend Footnotes: a Extra dividends were paid, but are not included. b Annual rate plus stock. c Liquidating dividend. e Amount declared or paid in last 12 months. f Current annual rate, which was increased by most recent dividend announcement. i Sum of dividends paid after stock split, no regular rate. j Sum of dividends paid this year. Most recent dividend was omitted or deferred. k Declared or paid this year, a cumulative issue with dividends in arrears. m Current annual rate, which was decreased by most recent dividend announcement. p Initial dividend, annual rate not known, yield not shown. r Declared or paid in preceding 12 months plus stock dividend. t Paid in stock, approximate cash value on ex-distribution date. PE Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.ExtraMoney & MarketsVDow industrials-0.71% (wkly)t 4-wk. -5.54%t YTD -3.18%VNasdaq-2.10% (wkly)t 4-wk. -8.54%s YTD 0.17%VS&P 500-1.38% (wkly)t 4-wk. -6.53%t YTD -2.59%VS&P mid-cap-1.31% (wkly)t 4-wk. -4.87%t YTD -2.45%VRussell 200 0 -1.05% (wkly)t 4-wk. -5.25%t YTD -1.45% 6.36 3.14 NobleCorp .08 dd 3.71 ... -17 .9 6.65 4.51 NokiaCp .19e ... 5.39 -.08 +15.7 8.68 1.82 NordicAm .41e dd 1.87 -.07 -24.0 157 .15 111.07 NorflkSo 2.88f 20 129.36 -6.42 -10.7 360.88 237 .99 NorthropG 4.40f 37 351.72 +2.60 +14.6 17 .78 14.95 NwstBcsh .68f 17 16.31 -.25 -2.5 69.50 51.50 NwstNG 1.88 dd 59.00 +1.35 -1.1 94.19 72.67 Novartis 2.75e 16 80.20 -.65 -4.5 2.75 .73 Novavax ... dd 2.02 -.08 +62.9 58.37 35.70 NovoNord .96e ... 48.57 -.68 -9.5 75.24 52.88 NuSkin 1.47f 35 73.10 -.61 +7 .1 70.48 51.67 Nucor 1.52f 24 60.69 -.40 -4.5 14.46 12.92 NuvDivA .85a q 13.15 +.01 -6.5 18.59 15.79 Nv AMT-Fr .78a q 15.96 +.03 -7 .5 10.75 9.60 NvPfdInco .80 q 10.05 +.04 -2.8 14.54 13.00 NuvEqtP 1.00 q 13.35 +.03 -6.3 254.50 95.49 Nvidia .60 52 214.25 -17 .34 +10.7 30.80 20.45 NxStageMd ... dd 25.52 +.66 +5.3 37 .32 29.59 OGE Engy 1.33 17 32.37 -.40 -1.6 5.91 3.90 OaktrSpL .34m dd 4.34 +.13 -11.2 9.09 7 .03 OaktStInco .56m 10 7 .92 +.03 -5.7 14.62 6.69 OasisPet ... dd 7 .82 -.28 -7 .0 78.09 57 .20 OcciPet 3.08 cc 67 .53 +2.57 -8.3 29.46 24.02 OceanFst .60 16 26.10 -.65 -0.6 6.26 2.02 OfficeDpt .10 5 2.03 -.12 -42.7 18.88 15.38 OldNBcp .52 23 16.60 -.30 -4.9 22.34 17 .92 OldRepub .78f 18 21.31 -.14 -0.3 38.84 27 .79 Olin .80 9 29.50 -.89 -17 .1 35.14 24.90 OmegaHlt 2.64f 10 26.59 -.45 -3.4 27 .10 13.65 OnSmcnd ... 13 23.42 -1.04 +11.8 61.36 47 .14 ONEOK 3.08f 41 56.69 -.23 +6.1 8.04 2.66 OpkoHlth ... dd 3.07 -.10 -37 .3 53.48 43.60 Oracle .76 55 44.83 -.92 -5.2 65.75 30.25 Orbotch ... 25 61.00 -1.18 +21.4 3.19 .91 Organovo ... dd .96 -.07 -28.1 61.00 36.10 Orthofix ... cc 57 .85 -.93 +5.8 100.26 61.74 OshkoshCp .96 17 76.02 -1.25 -16.4 48.65 36.45 OtterTail 1.34f 24 43.55 +.20 -2.0 34.97 14.26 OwensMin 1.04f 10 15.84 +.29 -16.1P-Q-R 71.57 37 .30 PG&E Cp 2.12f 7 43.97 +.04 -1.9 163.59 115.45 PNC 3.00 14 147 .95 -3.29 +2.5 46.00 33.75 PNM Res 1.06 19 37 .95 -.30 -6.2 93.12 56.48 POSCO ... ... 74.61 -4.24 -4.5 122.07 100.45 PPG s 1.80 19 109.39 -2.21 -6.4 40.20 27 .08 PPL Corp 1.64f 12 27 .93 -.36 -9.8 79.69 61.93 Paccar 1.00 14 66.26 +.09 -6.8 197 .20 107 .37 PaloAltNet ... dd 193.84 +12.32 +33.7 11.47 4.09 Pandora ... dd 4.77 -.26 -1.0 1.80 .53 ParkDrl ... dd .53 -.11 -47 .5 212.80 151.17 ParkerHan 2.64 21 167 .44 -3.59 -16.1 32.90 21.12 ParsleyEn ... 45 26.95 -2.04 -8.5 73.10 54.20 Paychex 2.00 24 60.72 -.87 -10.8 86.32 42.06 PayPal n ... 50 73.86 -2.01 +0.3 36.99 29.28 Pembina g 1.50 23 30.53 -.70 -15.6 1.23 .54 PengthE g .04 dd .70 +.06 -12.2 33.30 17 .56 PnnNtGm ... 49 26.28 +.02 -16.1 8.20 6.29 PennantPk .72 8 6.81 +.13 -1.4 6.17 2.35 Penney ... 9 3.21 +.19 +1.6 54.83 38.33 Penske 1.36f 10 42.99 -1.34 -10.2 74.84 59.13 Pentair 1.38 21 68.08 -.05 -3.6 20.26 15.97 PeopUtdF .69 20 18.39 -.27 -1.7 122.51 105.94 PepsiCo 3.22 22 109.30 +.15 -8.9 84.49 56.21 PerkElm .28 25 73.20 -2.52 +0.1 95.93 63.68 Perrigo .76f dd 81.99 -1.35 -5.9 13.92 6.96 PetrbrsA ... ... 12.63 -.36 +28.5 14.93 7 .61 Petrobras ... ... 13.92 -.22 +35.3 39.43 31.67 Pfizer 1.28 14 35.17 -.32 -2.9 123.55 95.51 PhilipMor 4.28 21 101.02 +1.62 -4.4 42.35 31.40 PhilipsNV .88e ... 38.35 +.04 +1.5 107 .47 75.14 Phillips66 2.80 22 96.97 +1.05 -4.1 10.89 10.00 PimIncStr2 .96 q 10.47 +.04 +0.4 92.42 73.81 PinWst 2.78f 18 79.75 -.05 -6.4 192.93 125.46 PioNtrl .32f cc 168.13 -3.65 -2.7 16.25 9.50 PitnyBw .75 7 10.73 -.16 -4.0 31.26 18.38 PlainsAAP 2.20 30 22.98 +.95 +11.3 137 .66 77 .91 Polaris 2.40f 34 119.28 +4.76 -3.8 47 .48 33.25 PolyOne .70f 19 41.92 -.60 -3.6 23.33 22.96 PS SrLoan 1.01 q 23.10 -.03 +0.3 175.21 130.38 PwShs QQQ 1.52e q 156.63 -3.50 +0.6 166.95 117 .40 Praxair 3.30f 32 143.18 -1.12 -7 .4 75.59 57 .62 PrinFncl 2.04f 12 59.61 -1.30 -15.5 63.45 45.25 ProAssur 1.24a 26 46.15 -2.40 -19.2 190.52 84.18 PrUltPQ s ... q 133.42 -10.50 -3.8 87 .00 8.52 PUVixST rs ... q 19.92 +1.39 +95.1 139.47 9.53 ProShtVx s ... q 11.38 -.36 -91.1 94.67 75.81 ProctGam 2.76 21 78.43 -.85 -14.6 34.98 28.14 ProShSP rs ... q 30.72 +.42 +1.8 55.32 35.66 PrUShSP rs ... q 42.00 +1.04 +2.3 19.65 10.37 PUShtQQQ ... q 12.68 +.49 -5.3 38.78 14.46 PShtQQQ rs ... q 19.39 +1.06 -9.9 36.56 15.67 PrUShD3 rs ... q 20.00 +.43 +2.6 17 .88 9.19 PUShtSPX ... q 11.58 +.41 +1.8 9.45 5.51 ProspctCap .72 8 6.66 +.11 -1.2 127 .14 97 .88 Prudentl 3.60f 11 102.33 -1.22 -11.0 53.28 41.67 PSEG 1.80f 17 50.10 -.14 -2.7 232.21 180.48 PubStrg 6.80 22 199.28 -1.11 -4.7 35.21 21.41 PulteGrp .36 18 30.03 +.54 -9.7 7 .72 6.89 PMMI .44 q 7 .08 -.06 -4.5 12.90 7 .02 QEP Res .08 28 9.79 ... +2.3 69.28 48.92 Qualcom 2.28 dd 53.12 -2.29 -17 .0 112.97 90.10 QstDiag 1.80 21 97 .35 -2.45 -1.2 47 .17 28.76 RSP Perm ... cc 41.47 -5.41 +1.9 119.33 66.06 RLauren 2.00 19 111.77 -.03 +7 .8 29.95 11.93 RangeRs .08 15 13.97 -.57 -18.1 40.85 26.70 RavenInds .52 35 35.30 +.25 +2.8 36.31 26.84 Rayonier 1.00 38 35.65 +.47 +12.7 222.82 150.72 Raytheon 3.47f 31 215.91 +.09 +15.4 62.31 47 .25 RltyInco 2.53 29 52.08 +.35 -8.7 17 .45 14.29 RedwdTr 1.12 11 15.49 +.02 +4.5 543.55 313.53 Regenrn ... 29 319.61 -24.75 -15.0 20.21 13.00 RegionsFn .36 19 18.23 -.35 +5.5 95.97 68.46 RelStlAl 2.00f 18 83.03 -2.71 -3.2 46.81 29.56 Replgn ... 51 36.47 +.29 +0.5 11.38 8.51 ResCap rs .20 dd 9.62 +.11 +2.7 68.89 54.00 RestBrnds .84f 20 55.96 -.96 -9.0 22.06 16.21 RetailOpp .78f 51 17 .32 -.35 -13.2 4.71 2.14 RigelPh ... dd 3.33 -.21 -14.2 4.87 1.38 RiteAid ... ... 1.61 -.07 -18.3 210.72 148.31 RockwlAut 3.34 25 168.96 -5.24 -13.9 139.63 96.13 RockColl 1.32 21 133.90 -.95 -1.3 184.00 80.63 Rogers ... 31 113.07 -6.47 -30.2 292.97 204.77 Roper 1.65 30 267 .84 -12.43 +3.4 87 .10 66.66 RoyalBk g 3.76f ... 76.27 -1.02 -6.6 135.65 93.86 RylCarb 2.40 15 114.83 -2.91 -3.7 74.60 53.10 RoyDShllB 3.76 cc 67 .26 +1.73 -1.5 72.43 51.08 RoyDShllA 3.76 100 65.80 +1.99 -1.4S-T-U 43.17 32.48 S&T Bcp .88 16 40.15 +.21 +0.9 71.28 34.76 SCANA 2.45 9 37 .47 -.08 -5.8 20.40 3.43 SelasLf rs ... ... 6.85 +3.40 -12.8 109.95 89.46 SLGreen 3.25 40 94.52 -2.31 -6.4 28.20 12.29 SM Energy .10 dd 17 .93 -.10 -18.8 265.93 203.64 SpdrDJIA 3.98e q 239.13 -2.27 -3.3 129.52 114.80 SpdrGold ... q 126.39 +.60 +2.2 286.63 232.51 S&P500ETF 4.13e q 259.72 -3.43 -2.7 97 .98 66.27 SpdrBiot s .44e q 82.90 -4.83 -2.3 28.15 26.94 SpdrShTHiY 1.58 q 27 .29 -.08 -1.0 37 .46 35.35 SpdrLehHY 2.30 q 35.74 -.11 -2.7 65.33 49.31 SpdrS&P RB .74e q 59.40 -.99 +0.9 49.09 37 .72 SpdrRetl s .49e q 44.49 +.19 -1.5 40.20 28.96 SpdrOGEx .73e q 34.66 -.56 -6.8 53.99 34.75 SS&C Tch s .28 30 48.32 -5.32 +19.4 50.00 35.80 SabnR 2.29m 20 43.15 -.80 -3.3 80.25 41.28 Saia Inc ... 35 72.00 -3.15 +1.8 20.00 16.45 StJoe ... 56 18.60 -.25 +3.0 128.87 83.00 Salesforce ... cc 116.10 -.20 +13.6 21.36 14.05 SallyBty ... 10 16.09 -.36 -14.2 10.54 6.04 SJuanB .77e 14 6.78 -1.12 -17 .7 50.65 38.14 Sanofi 1.58e ... 40.15 +.07 -6.6 80.89 61.02 Schlmbrg 2.00 44 64.36 -.42 -4.5 58.11 37 .16 Schwab .40f 31 50.11 -2.11 -2.5 .93 .15 SeadrillLtd ... 1 .21 +.01 -11.3 14.32 1.99 SearsHldgs ... dd 2.88 +.21 -19.6 7 .91 5.02 Seaspan .50 10 6.84 +.16 +1.3 122.98 100.63 SempraEn 3.58f 21 111.13 -.09 +3.9 22.52 14.90 SenHous 1.56 10 15.77 +.11 -17 .7 435.15 308.30 Sherwin 3.40 29 385.71 -6.41 -5.9 15.98 12.30 ShipFin 1.40 12 14.30 ... -7 .7 176.17 147 .28 SimonProp 7 .80f 21 154.10 -.25 -10.3 6.62 4.73 SiriusXM .04 35 6.26 +.02 +16.8 117 .65 93.05 SkywksSol 1.28 22 95.56 -4.70 +0.6 134.12 99.57 Smucker 3.12 17 123.94 -.07 -0.2 23.57 11.28 SnapInc A n 3.28 ... 14.25 -1.62 -2.5 185.47 140.83 SnapOn 2.84 15 145.96 -1.58 -16.3 96.32 48.68 SodaStrm ... 35 93.59 +1.76 +33.1 22.94 19.70 SolarCap 1.64 12 20.64 +.33 +2.1 55.77 46.55 SonocoP 1.56 20 47 .84 -.66 -10.0 53.91 31.32 SonyCp ... ... 48.44 +.10 +7 .8 42.97 37 .21 SourcC 1.00f q 39.78 -.12 -2.4 38.40 25.96 SoJerInd s 1.09 26 29.92 +1.76 -4.2 53.51 42.38 SouthnCo 2.32 50 44.79 +.13 -6.9 66.99 49.76 SwstAirl .50f 9 55.29 -1.99 -15.5 8.54 3.42 SwstnEngy ... 5 4.26 -.07 -23.7 10.60 6.64 SpiritRltC .72 12 8.05 +.29 -6.2 169.00 135.51 Spotify n ... ... 147 .92 ... -0.7 9.22 4.81 Sprint ... 3 5.15 +.27 -12.6 58.46 16.66 Square n ... ... 45.87 -3.33 +32.3 64.17 51.27 SP Matls .98e q 56.51 -.43 -6.6 91.79 73.16 SP HlthC 1.01e q 79.88 -1.52 -3.4 58.95 50.81 SP CnSt 1.28e q 52.42 -.21 -7 .9 109.34 86.55 SP Consum 1.12e q 100.68 -.61 +2.0 78.39 61.80 SP Engy 2.04e q 67 .35 -.06 -6.8 30.33 22.89 SPDR Fncl .46e q 27 .17 -.40 -2.7 80.96 64.02 SP Inds 1.12e q 72.77 -1.52 -3.8 71.34 52.33 SP Tech .78e q 64.05 -1.37 +0.2 34.02 29.17 SpdrRESel ... q 30.88 -.20 -6.3 57 .23 47 .37 SP Util 1.55e q 50.42 -.11 -4.3 176.62 130.04 StanBlkDk 2.52 21 149.67 -3.53 -11.8 11.70 8.74 StarGas .44 15 9.72 +.37 -9.6 64.87 52.58 Starbucks s 1.20 28 58.34 +.45 +1.6 114.27 76.95 StateStr 1.68 18 97 .49 -2.24 -0.1 50.70 32.15 StlDynam .75f 17 43.48 -.74 +0.8 170.00 129.82 Stryker 1.88 26 155.17 -5.75 +0.2 27 .27 21.85 SubPpne 2.40 32 22.13 +.12 -8.6 96.08 80.12 SunCmts 2.84f cc 91.12 -.25 -1.8 70.83 34.17 SunHydrl .36 43 50.40 -3.07 -22.1 10.16 4.21 Sunrun n ... 7 8.52 -.41 +44.4 73.37 51.96 SunTrst 1.60 16 65.98 -2.06 +2.2 34.20 24.93 Symantec .30 13 26.00 +.15 -7 .3 40.59 26.01 Synchrony .60 13 33.81 +.28 -12.4 53.14 39.07 SynovusFn 1.00f 19 48.97 -.97 +2.1 64.27 48.85 Sysco 1.44 24 59.72 +.12 -1.7 61.74 31.81 TC PpLn 4.00 10 31.23 -3.46 -41.2 85.21 66.44 TJX 1.56f 21 83.44 +1.88 +9.1 46.57 31.49 TaiwSemi .73e 9 42.42 -1.34 +7 .0 54.26 38.47 Tapestry 1.35 33 52.47 -.14 +18.6 78.70 48.56 Target 2.48 14 72.29 +2.86 +10.8 67 .19 44.78 Taubmn 2.62f 20 57 .90 +.99 -11.5 44.65 22.73 Teladoc n ... ... 39.15 -1.15 +12.3 65.59 50.73 Tenneco 1.00 9 55.58 +.71 -5.1 42.84 27 .05 Teradata ... 24 39.37 -.30 +2.4 97 .35 75.20 TerraNitro 5.15e 10 83.96 ... +5.2 389.61 244.59 Tesla Inc ... dd 299.30 +33.17 -3.9 33.82 10.85 TevaPhrm .73e 6 16.88 -.21 -10.9 120.75 75.92 TexInst 2.48 28 99.46 -4.43 -4.8 60.74 43.81 TexRdhse 1.00f 33 60.73 +2.95 +15.3 26.50 9.60 Textainer .96 dd 16.90 -.05 -21.4 62.19 45.00 Textron .08 47 57 .87 -1.10 +2.3 226.44 151.74 ThermoFis .68f 26 205.56 -.90 +8.3 23.70 7 .92 3D Sys ... 45 11.25 -.34 +30.2 259.77 188.62 3M Co 5.44f 27 212.25 -7 .27 -9.8 111.44 84.15 Tiffany 2.00 32 95.58 -2.08 -8.1 103.90 85.88 TimeWarn 1.61 16 95.52 +.94 +4.4 55.65 41.85 Timken 1.08 17 44.80 -.80 -8.9 93.60 73.99 Torchmark .64f 7 82.98 -1.03 -8.5 61.06 45.18 TorDBk gs 2.68f ... 55.87 -.98 -4.6 59.80 48.15 Total SA 2.71e ... 59.41 +1.72 +7 .5 140.99 103.62 Toyota ... ... 125.37 -5.00 -1.4 12.82 7 .20 Transocn ... dd 9.72 -.18 -9.0 150.55 113.76 Travelers 2.88f 18 137 .25 -1.61 +1.2 28.32 22.63 TriContl 1.07e q 26.10 -.21 -3.1 52.95 48.56 TriCntl pf 2.50 ... 50.40 +.10 ... 49.00 27 .27 TriNetGrp ... 34 46.67 +.35 +5.3 38.25 25.05 Trinity .52 7 31.65 -.98 -15.5 29.50 19.30 TrueBlue ... 16 26.60 +.70 -3.3 9.70 7 .25 TrstNY .26 18 8.45 ... -8.2 74.36 46.00 Tuppwre 2.72 dd 47 .34 -1.04 -24.5 39.13 24.81 21stCFoxA .36 17 35.69 -1.00 +3.4 38.56 24.30 21stCFoxB .36 15 35.34 -1.03 +3.6 36.80 14.12 Twitter ... dd 28.10 -.91 +17 .0 91.00 39.38 2U ... dd 82.25 -1.78 +27 .5 40.71 32.88 UDR 1.29f 22 35.71 +.41 -7 .3 52.00 42.51 UGI Corp 1.00 10 44.25 -.17 -5.8 34.59 14.93 UltraClean ... 8 17 .99 -1.26 -22.1 23.46 11.40 UndrArm s ... 29 16.98 +.63 +17 .7 176.15 133.45 UniFirst .15 22 157 .50 -4.15 -4.5 61.62 50.44 UnilevNV 1.43e ... 57 .30 +.91 +1.7 143.05 101.06 UnionPac 2.92f 10 130.28 -4.15 -2.8 26.82 15.29 Unit ... 10 19.24 -.52 -12.5 135.53 101.45 UPS B 3.64f 18 105.33 +.67 -11.6 190.74 100.62 UtdRentals ... 10 172.14 -.59 +0.1 58.50 49.03 US Bancrp 1.20 14 50.28 -.22 -6.2 13.30 8.65 US OilFd ... q 12.51 -.58 +4.2 47 .64 18.55 USSteel .20 20 34.49 -.70 -2.0 139.24 109.10 UtdTech 2.80 21 122.76 -3.06 -3.8 250.79 164.60 UtdhlthGp 3.00 22 223.96 +9.96 +1.6 27 .78 13.81 UnitGrp 2.40 62 16.24 -.01 -8.7 75.70 45.95 UnvslCp 2.20 38 49.65 +1.70 -5.4 58.73 43.55 UnumGrp .92 2 46.59 -1.02 -15.1 2.00 .96 UraniumEn ... dd 1.39 +.08 -21.5V-W-X-Y-Z 4.47 2.51 VEON .28e ... 2.68 +.04 -30.2 84.38 51.22 VF Corp 1.84f 43 76.31 +2.19 +3.1 14.67 7 .47 Vale SA .29e ... 12.66 -.06 +3.5 24.43 8.31 ValeantPh ... 4 15.44 -.48 -25.7 13.38 10.61 VlyNBcp .44 21 12.12 -.34 +8.0 25.58 20.84 VanEGold .06e q 22.07 +.09 -5.0 24.33 18.11 VnEkRus .01e q 22.37 -.37 +5.5 114.55 76.25 VnEkSemi .58e q 99.46 -4.82 +1.7 31.42 21.70 VEckOilSvc .47e q 23.90 +.03 -8.3 38.06 29.33 VanE JrGld ... q 32.39 +.24 -5.1 86.14 72.05 VangREIT 3.08e q 75.27 -.20 -9.3 108.99 88.73 VangDivAp 1.82e q 99.60 -1.45 -2.4 50.99 39.26 VangEmg 1.10e q 46.16 -.82 +0.5 63.60 50.95 VangEur 1.71e q 58.25 +.10 -1.5 47 .89 38.78 VangFTSE 1.10e q 44.00 -.25 -1.9 69.86 57 .48 Vectren 1.80 26 65.60 +1.68 +0.9 72.36 47 .80 Ventas 3.16 14 50.42 +.89 -16.0 8.94 6.62 Vereit .55 12 6.85 -.11 -12.1 127 .24 87 .01 Verisign ... 32 117 .69 -.87 +2.8 54.77 42.80 VerizonCm 2.36 6 47 .48 -.34 -10.3 46.70 22.13 ViacomB .80 7 30.90 -.16 +0.3 61.85 42.05 ViadCorp .40 26 52.45 ... -5.3 11.89 8.34 Viavi ... 20 9.65 -.07 +10.4 19.14 7 .79 Vipshop ... 34 16.70 +.08 +42.5 126.88 88.13 Visa s .84f 39 117 .70 -1.92 +3.2 23.85 15.40 VishayInt .27f dd 18.05 -.55 -13.0 21.44 14.50 VistraEn n ... ... 19.68 -1.15 +7 .4 165.00 85.45 VMware ... 59 118.65 -2.62 -5.3 32.75 25.54 Vodafone 1.77e ... 28.82 +1.00 -9.7 141.20 109.96 VulcanM 1.12f 24 113.56 -.61 -11.5 134.45 100.60 WD 40 2.16 32 128.65 -3.05 +9.0 70.09 58.92 WEC Engy 2.21f 20 63.04 +.34 -5.1 72.41 59.23 WP Carey 4.06f 17 62.32 +.33 -9.6 16.09 8.39 WPX Engy ... dd 13.14 -1.64 -6.6 109.98 72.73 WalMart 2.08f 19 86.69 -2.28 -12.2 87 .79 61.74 WalgBoots 1.60 13 63.47 -2.00 -12.6 33.96 24.92 WREIT 1.20 27 27 .51 +.21 -11.6 89.73 70.09 WsteMInc 1.85f 39 84.21 +.09 -2.4 220.20 154.36 Waters ... 29 194.88 -3.77 +0.9 6.59 2.07 WeathfIntl ... dd 2.35 +.06 -43.6 60.32 44.04 WebsterFn 1.04 22 54.64 -.76 -2.7 77 .19 15.90 WtWatch ... 55 60.36 -3.36 +36.3 35.62 25.96 WeinRlt 1.54 10 27 .94 -.14 -15.0 66.31 49.27 WellsFargo 1.56 12 52.23 -.18 -13.9 78.17 51.63 Welltower 3.49 13 55.01 +.58 -13.7 17 .71 13.29 Wendys Co .34f 18 17 .02 -.53 +3.7 57 .32 47 .06 WestarEn 1.60 23 51.28 -1.31 -2.9 12.10 11.10 WAstInfSc .38 q 11.56 +.03 -2.0 106.96 76.59 WDigital 2.00 10 87 .77 -4.50 +10.4 22.21 18.38 WstnUnion .76f 10 18.65 -.58 -1.9 26.72 21.73 WestpacBk 1.52e ... 22.18 ... -9.0 71.55 49.23 WestRck 1.72 18 62.65 -1.52 -0.9 37 .89 30.95 Weyerhsr 1.28f 31 35.48 +.48 +0.6 202.99 145.59 Whrlpl 4.40 27 148.52 -4.59 -11.9 33.67 24.11 WmsCos 1.36f 9 24.38 -.48 -20.0 44.06 32.74 WillmsPtrs 2.40 39 33.57 -.86 -13.4 36.59 31.43 WT MCD s ... q 33.84 -.28 -4.1 89.30 65.22 Woodward .57f 26 71.08 -.58 -7 .1 39.09 19.12 WldW Ent .48 72 37 .52 +1.51 +22.7 53.27 39.52 Worthgtn .84 12 40.79 -2.13 -7 .4 203.63 112.91 Wynn 2.00 49 178.49 -3.87 +5.9 52.22 41.51 XcelEngy 1.44 20 45.47 -.01 -5.5 37 .42 26.64 Xerox rs 1.00 35 27 .98 -.80 -4.0 78.02 54.99 Xilinx 1.40 35 66.30 -5.94 -1.7 17 .61 7 .36 YRC Wwde ... dd 8.38 -.45 -41.7 3.80 2.21 Yamana g .02 dd 2.76 ... -11.5 39.86 27 .45 YorkWater .67 31 31.40 +.40 -7 .4 86.93 63.54 YumBrnds 1.20 30 84.46 -.67 +3.5 23.70 6.55 Zagg ... 23 12.00 -.20 -35.0 50.15 24.49 Zendesk ... dd 45.09 -2.78 +33.2 133.49 104.89 ZimmerBio .96 14 105.18 -3.86 -12.8 85.73 52.36 Zoetis .50 37 80.97 -2.54 +12.4 4.34 2.73 Zynga ... 86 3.44 -.22 -14.0 STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!The Sun Newspaper is tweaking the way stocks are listed in the daily paper. We will continue to run a wide range of stocks, but were trying to eliminate stocks our readers dont want. If you do not see your stock in the paper, please let us know and we will put it in the listings. Email the name of the company and the symbol to nlane@sun-herald.com, or call 941-206-1138. You can leave the stock name and symbol on voice mail. When requesting a stock, please include where you live so we can run the listing in the appropriate edition. If you reach voice mail, please leave your contact information so your call can be returned.

PAGE 55

Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, April 7, 2018 ENTERTAINMENT/TV GRID APR. 7PRIME TIME N E V N E R A S C P C R A G P S S O I F 6 PM6:307 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:30 T S A C D A O R BABC E F 40777107-7ABC World News Tonight(N)News News; weather; more. (N)Fish Mavericks James Brown Cal Ripken Jr. NBA Countdown(Live) NBA Basketball: Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets from Toyota Center (Live) ABC7 News at 11pm (N)Paid Program Sponsored. ABC E F 26---7117-ABC World News Tonight(N)ABC7 News at 6:30pm (N)Two and a Half Men: Pilot (N)Men Parenting lesson. (TVPG)NBA Countdown(Live) NBA Basketball: Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets from Toyota Center (Live) ABC7 News at 11:00pm(N)Major Crimes: I, Witness CBS E F 11213213-555(3:00) Masters Golf Tournament: Third Round (Live) News (N)Inside Edition(TVPG) (N) Ransom: Three Wishes(TV14) (N) NCIS: Exit Strategy Team looks for Torres missing partner.(TV14) (R)48 Hours: Missing Marsha Team explores Marsha Brantley case. (N)WINK News at 11pm Saturday (N) CBS E F 10101010---10 (3:00) Masters Golf Tournament: Third Round (Live) Wheel (TV G) (R) Jeopardy! (TV G) (R) Ransom: Three Wishes(TV14) (N) NCIS: Exit Strategy Team looks for Torres missing partner.(TV14) (R)48 Hours: Missing Marsha Team explores Marsha Brantley case. (N)10 News Weekend at 11:00 (N) (:35) Sing Like a Star (N) NBC E F 20-232-222-NBC2 News at 6pm Sa(N)NBC Nightly News (N) Wheel (TV G) (R) Jeopardy! (TV G) (R) Will & Grace A Lyft driver. (R)Superstore Amnesty offer.(R)Dateline NBC: Poison A woman dies from a strange illness. (R) Saturday Night Live Sketch comedy, celebrity hosts & music. (TV14)NBC2 News at 11pm Sa(N)Saturday Night Live(TV14) (N) NBC E F *888-8-8NewsChannel 8 at 6:00 (N)NBC Nightly News (N) Extra (TVPG) (N) Will & Grace A Lyft driver. (R)Superstore Amnesty offer.(R)Dateline NBC: Poison A woman dies from a strange illness. (R) Saturday Night Live Sketch comedy, celebrity hosts & music. (TV14)NewsChannel 8 at 11:00 (N)Saturday Night Live(TV14) (N) FOX E F 36---444-Judy Damages disputed. (TV G)Paid Program Sponsored. Family Feud(TVPG) (R)Family Feud(TVPG) (R)MasterChef Junior: Recipe for Love Prepare lunch for 75 guests. (R)Showtime at the Apollo: Week 6 Adrienne Houghton co-hosts. (TV14)FOX 4 News at Ten Local news report and weather update. (N)Love Connection: Evan n Hell (TV14) (R) FOX E F 13131313-13-13FOX 13 6:00 News News events of the day are reported.(N) TMZ (TVPG) (N)MasterChef Junior: Recipe for Love Prepare lunch for 75 guests. (R)Showtime at the Apollo: Week 6 Adrienne Houghton co-hosts. (TV14)FOX 13 10:00 News The top news stories are updated. (N) FOX 13 11:00 News(N)Love Connection: Evan n Hell PBS E F 30-3-333-NOVA: Chinese Chariot Revealed Experts recreate a Chinese chariot. The Lawrence Welk Show: April Showers (1967) (TV G)Antiques Roadshow: Portland Film credits; Womb Settee. (TV G) (R)As Time Goes By (TVPG)As Time Goes By (TVPG)Keeping Appearances(TVPG)Masterpiece: Downton Abbey The butlers secrets are exposed. (TVPG) (R) PBS E F #3173---3PBS Newshour Weekend (N)Brown Singer Moya Brennan. The Lawrence Welk Show: April Showers (1967) (TV G)Keeping Appearances(TVPG)Time Country house. (TVPG)Being Served? Engagement. Midsomer A nervous teacher.(:18) Midsomer Murders A nervous teacher. (TVPG) (R)Austin City Limits: Cyndi Lauper Pop musician Cyndi Lauper performs. CW E F 46---6216-Goldbergs Yearbook votes. WINK News at 6:30pm Sat(N)Bang Penny worried. (TV14)Big Bang Theory Battle of wills. American Ninja Warrior: Los Angeles Qualifer (Hour 2) (TVPG) American Ninja Warrior: Indianapolis Qualifier (Hour 1)(TVPG) WINK News at10pm (N) Mike & Molly: The Rehearsal Mike & Molly Wedding day. CW E F 44999---4Mike & Molly: The Rehearsal Mike & Molly Wedding day. 2 Broke Girls Dinner date. 2 Broke Girls Leaving wife. Major Crimes: I, Witness A witness becomes a suspect.(TV14) Major Crimes: D.O.A. Raydors husband reemerges.(TV14) Two and a Half Men: Pilot Men Parenting lesson. (TVPG)Friends Approved adoption. Friends Monica a mom? MYN E F 38111111---14Entertainment Tonight Team contemplates Matt Lauers future. (N)Family Feud(TVPG) (R)Family Feud(TVPG) (R)News Channel 8 News at 8pm News, sports, weather and traffic. (N)Whacked-Out Sports Seinfeld George goes Latvian. Person of Interest CIA agent and tycoon prevent crimes.(TV14) Ring of Honor Wrestling(TVPG) (N) IND E F 32121212-38-12Modern Family Selling car. Modern Family: The Kiss Bang Penny worried. (TV14)Big Bang Theory Battle of wills. Anger Cheating boyfriend. Anger Martin and Ed. (TV14)Last Man Stand.: Eves Band Last Man Standing: Papa Bear Mom Unexpected death. (TV14)Mom Bonnie grieves. (TV14)Family Guy Hospital. (TV14)Family Guy Stewies a big boy. ION E F 662221326-17Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Abuse Singers kid. (TV14) Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Secrets Dark past uncovered. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Victims Cop murder suspect. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Paranoia Cop suspect in rape. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Countdown Serial killer loose. Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Runaway Cops girl missing. S W E NCNBC393939395937102Undr. Boss: NASCAR Undr. Boss David Kim. Undr. Boss: Mastec Undr. Boss (TVPG)Undr. Boss (TVPG)Undr. Boss (TVPG) CNN323232321838100Smerconish (N) Van Jones Show (N)CNN Newsroom (N)Kennedys (R) Amanpour: Sex: Berlin Parts Unknown: Sicily CSPAN181818183712109Washington Commun.Landmark Cases Right to privacy. 50th Anniversary of 60 Minutes (N) (:57) Public Affairs Events Political events. (R) FNC646464644871118Am.s News HQ (N)FOX Report Saturday Watters World (N) Justice (N) Greg Gutfeld (N) Watters World (R) MSNBC8383838318540103Hardball with Chris (R)Rachel Maddow (R)Last Word (R) The 11th Hour (R) Deadline: White (R)Hardball with Chris (R) SNN66611---WeekendWeekendAging GCelebrityHealingWeekendWeekendWeekendWeekendWeekendWeekendWeekend M U I M E R PENC150150150150150150350(:07) Navy SEALs (90, Action) Charlie Sheen, Michael Biehn. Navy SEALs seek to destroy Middle Eastern terrorists deadly arsenal. (R) (:03) Road House (89, Action) Patrick Swayze, Ben Gazzara. A bouncer takes a job at a small-town bar but gets more than he bargained for. Spartacus: Blood and Sand: Kill Them All Aid for revenge.(TVMA) (:57) Rounders (98, Drama) A student is dragged back into gambling. HBO302302302302302302400Gran Torino (09, Drama) Clint Eastwood, Christopher Carley. A Korean War veteran becomes involved in the life of a troubled Asian teenager. (R)Paterno (18, Drama) Al Pacino. A legendary football coach struggles to overcome a sexual abuse scandal. Barry: Chapter Two: Use It (R) (:15) VICE A look at prison systems of America. (TV14) (R) (:05) Here and Now: Yes(TVMA) (R) HBO2303303303303303303402VICE Prison systems. (TV14) (:25) Snatched (17) Mother and daughter encounter misadventure when they take a jungle vacation. (R)My Cousin Rachel (17, Drama) Rachel Weisz, Sam Claflin. A revenge-minded Englishman plots against his beautiful, mysterious cousin. Silicon Valley: Reorientation Barry: Chapter Two: Use It Mechanic: Resurrection (16) Seemingly impossible assassinations. (R) HBO3304304304304304304404(5:10) Dinner for Schmucks (10) The perfect guest for a party. (:10) Deepwater Horizon (16, Drama) Dylan OBrien, Mark Wahlberg. When offshore drilling rig explodes, workers must spring into action. The Zookeepers Wife (17, Drama) Jessica Chastain. When Poland is invaded by Nazis, husband and wife secretly work with Resistance.(:15) The Shack (17, Drama) Trio of strangers change mans life. MAX320320320320320320420(4:40) Strange Days (95) Man is dragged into mystery & cover-up.(:10) Strike Back Section 20 retrieves a top-secret file.(TVMA) (R) Light It Up (99, Drama) Frustrated inner city students take hostages and demand a better education. (R) (:40) Dangerous Minds (95) Ex-Marine takes on cynical inner-city high-school kids with her wits and will.(:20) Strike Back Section 20 retrieves a top-secret file.(TVMA) (R) MAX2321321321321321321422(:05) Quarry: His Deeds Were Scattered High-profile job.(TVMA) (:55) Quarry Dealer takedown.(:50) Quarry: Nuoc Cha Da Mon Mac faces his Vietnam War demons and settles a score with an old enemy.(:15) State of Play (09, Thriller) When a reporter looks into the deaths of two seemingly unrelated people, the mystery quickly escalates into a conspiracy involving a corporation. Speed (94) Bomber rigs bus. SHO340340340340340340365The Whole Nine Yards (00) Woman plots to have her husband killed. Homeland: Lies, Amplifiers, F**king Twitter Interrogation.(TVMA) (R)The Chi: Pilot Fateful event shocks Chicago community.(TVMA) (R)The Chi: Alee Brandon struggles to deal with a loss.(TVMA) (R) Showtime Championship Boxing: Lara vs. Hurd : from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. (Live) TMC350350350350350350385The Boondock Saints (99) (:50) The Mist (07, Horror) A violent storm hits a northern town, leaving behind an unexplained cloud of mist and trapping citizens in their homes from their fear of the unknown. (R)Lady Psycho Killer (15) A woman goes on a killing spree in a small town but pursued by her young lover. Pet (16, Horror) Dominic Monaghan. A lonely man becomes obsessed after he bumps into his old crush. 6 PM6:307 PM7:308 PM8:309 PM9:3010 PM10:3011 PM11:30 Saturday TelevisionVEN-VENICE E-N-ENGLEWOOD SAR-SARASOTA PC-PORT CHARLOTTE ARC-ARCADIA SPG-SOUTH PUNTA GORDATodays Live Sports10:55 a.m. ESPN2 Formula One Qualifying Gulf Bahrain Grand Prix from Bahrain International Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain. (L) 12 p.m. FS1 NASCAR X“nity Series Qualifying Texas from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. (L) FSN UEFA Champions League Soccer Quarter“nal, First Leg Manchester City at Liverpool. (T) 12:30 p.m. NBC English Premier League Soccer Manchester United at Manchester City. (L) 1 p.m. ESPN2 College Softball Florida Gators at Alabama Crimson Tide. (L) FSSUN MLB Baseball Tampa Bay Rays at Boston Red Sox. (L) 3 p.m. CBS 2018 Masters Golf Tournament Third Round from Augusta National Golf Club in Augusta, Ga. (L) ESPN College Softball Arizona Wildcats at Oregon Ducks. (L) ESPN2 College Softball Tennessee Lady Volunteers at Auburn Tigers. (L) FOX NASCAR X“nity Series My Bariatric Solutions 300 from Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas. (L) NBC NHL Hockey New York Rangers at Philadelphia Flyers. (L) 4 p.m. FS1 MLB Baseball Chicago Cubs at Milwaukee Brewers. (L) 5 p.m. ESPN MLS Soccer Los Angeles FC at Atlanta United FC. (L) 6 p.m. FSN MLB Baseball Miami Marlins at Philadelphia Phillies. (L) 7 p.m. FSSUN NHL Hockey Tampa Bay Lightning at Carolina Hurricanes. (L)7:30 p.m. ESPN 2018 NCAA Hockey Championship Championship from Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. (L) 8 p.m. FS1 UFC Fight Night Prelims UFC 223: Holloway vs Khabib from Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. (L) 8:30 p.m. ABC NBA Basketball Oklahoma City Thunder at Houston Rockets. (L) 10 p.m. FS1 AMA Supercross Series Seattle from Century Link Field in Seattle. (L) SHO Showtime Championship Boxing Lara vs. Hurd from Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. (L) For sports on TV, please see page 2 of todays Sports section A political biopics most dif“cult target lies in the elusive circle above character assassination and below hagiography. ChappaquiddickŽ misses that target. But its a fairly intriguing mixture of strengths and weaknesses, a case of a sharp cast and a careful director toning up a script best described as a good try.Ž The “lm speculates on what happened in the wee hours of July 18, 1969, involving Massachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, better known as Ted, or Teddy, and Mary Jo Kopechne, a former secretary of Kennedys late brother, Robert. The facts: The car driven by Kennedy plunged into the water off a pier on Chappaquiddick Island, near Marthas Vineyard. Kopechne drowned; Kennedy lived, though he didnt inform police until the next day. The screenplay focuses on how Kennedy managed to salvage a political career after the fatal incident, even if that career didnt include the presidency. This is a sausage-making procedural; ChappaquiddickŽ allows plenty of leeway for seasoned character actors, such as Clancy Brown (who plays a wily, ruthless Robert McNamara) and Taylor Nichols (genial, soul-weary Ted Sorensen), to bring various “xers and operatives to life. The hapless puppet, Teddy, becomes a plaything in their clever hands. Its certainly watchable, though “ve minutes into director John Currans picture, the atmospheric accumulation of dread, moral failing and sinister cover-ups is pretty thick, and were not even through the executive producer credits. The script, in fact, is a “rst-time effort by two of the credited producers, Taylor Allen and Andrew Logan. The movies version of events does not implicate Kennedy and Kopechne in a sexual relationship. We dont see Kennedy drinking as much as some have said he did, all that day and into the evening. The “lm does, however, imagine Kopechnes “nal seconds, or minutes, as gasping for air in the rapidly “lling car underwater, while her date for the evening failed to rescue her, or even try very hard. (She recites the Lords Prayer before expiring.) When Teddy meets faceto-face with the fearsome, stroke-addled family patriarch, Joe (Bruce Dern, giving it 400 percent), the scenes devolve quickly into you never loved me; I was the least of the Kennedy boysŽ cliches. As the man in the middle of the mess he made, Jason Clarkes performance as Kennedy is extremely controlled, and artfully free of interpretive judgment. The material favors anything that makes this man, and this grimly pathetic self-made crisis, a blunt morality play. Ed Helms plays the conscience of that play, the put-upon Joe Gargan; Jim Gaf“gan portrays friend and con“dant Paul Markham. Maras interpretation of Kopechne is that of a dedicated Kennedy acolyte, shaken to her core by the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, uneasily drawn back into the family orbit. I spent my whole life chasing your dreams, for you,Ž Teddy bleats to his mutely admonishing father at one point in Chappaquiddick.Ž The movie needs fewer moments made of tin like that, and a few more suggesting what Kennedy really mightve been thinking, and feeling, in those hours after the fatal accident. The superhumanly durable appeal of the Kennedy clan and its attendant tragedies and losses remains a riddle, a paradox and a wellspring of guesswork. Currans “lm has its moments; he has made some very good work in the past, including The Painted VeilŽ and Tracks.Ž But the scripts guessing games dont amount to much.Chappaquiddick review: Selling a tragedy, the Kennedy wayBy MICHAEL PHILLIPSCHICAGO TRIBUNE AP FILE PHOTOThis July 19, 1969 le photograph shows U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedys car being pulled from the water next to the Dyke Bridge on Chappaquiddick Island in Edgartown, Mass. on Marthas Vineyard. | ENTERTAINMENT NEWS BRIEFSAnother Lincoln Center president quits after short tenureNEW YORK (AP) „ The new president of Lincoln Center has quit after just a year on the job. Debora L. Spar took over as head of the performing arts center in March 2017 after nine years as president of Barnard College. She replaced Jed Bernstein, whose term lasted 27 months. He resigned in May 2016 following an investigation that determined he did not disclose to Lincoln Center a personal relationship with an employee. In a letter to colleagues Friday, Spar said she questioned whether the role is right for meŽ and I ultimately determined that the “t Id hoped for has not materialized.Ž Russell Granet was appointed acting president. He joined Lincoln Center in 2012 and had been executive vice president of Lincoln Center Education since February 2016.Surprise! Baby No. 3 is a girl for Kate Hudson and boyfriendLOS ANGELES „ Surprise! Kate Hudson and her musician boyfriend, Danny Fujikawa, popped black question mark balloons to let loose the pink in an Instagram reveal that their baby will be a girl. Dressed in a long, white gown, Hudson, her two sons and Fujikawa each popped balloons, jumping up and down and cheering when pink confetti and smaller pink balloons descended in the Friday post. Hudson wrote below the short video: If youve wondered why Ive been so absent on my social channels its because I have never been more sick!Ž She says shes feeling better and beginning to show, but she didnt say when the baby is due. Its her third child and her “rst with Fujikawa. The two, old friends, began dating a year ago last December.Hopper Penn, girlfriend released from Nebraska jailLINCOLN, Neb. (AP) „ Actor Hopper Penn and his girlfriend have been released from jail after they were arrested on drug charges in Nebraska. A jail dispatcher says the 24-year-old Penn and actress Uma Von Wittkamp were released Thursday after posting bond. Penn is the son of Oscar-winning actor Sean Penn and House of CardsŽ actress Robin Wright. Von Wittkamp played a role in the 2015 “lm short Endings, Inc.Ž The Nebraska State Patrol says a trooper stopped the couples car Wednesday after they allegedly failed to signal on Interstate 80. The trooper says he found 14 grams of marijuana, four amphetamine pills and 3 grams of psychedelic mushrooms in the car. Penn has admitted to using methamphetamine in the past, but said he sought treatment after his father confronted him.Roseanne spurs new look at blue-collar, conservative fareLOS ANGELES (AP) „ The instant-hit status of RoseanneŽ is triggering the familiar Hollywood impulse to copycat success. Even with series pilots nearing completion for the 2018-19 season, producers are eagerly pitching revivals of sitcoms that, like Roseanne,Ž had their day 20 or 30 years ago, according to an industry insider. There are networks and streaming services trying to “gure out how to create projects of similar appeal, said veteran movie and TV screenwriter Lionel Chetwynd. ABCs RoseanneŽ is part of a still-expanding reboot trend that includes revamped versions of Will & Grace,Ž One Day at a TimeŽ and The X-Files,Ž and the upcoming Murphy Brown.Ž Whether RoseanneŽ will lead to a wave of shows about families divided by politics and confronting social issues remains to be seen, observers say. AP FILE PHOTOIn this May 10, 2017, photo, Danny Fujikawa, left, and Kate Hudson revealed on Instagram that their baby will be a girl. Its her third child and her rst with Fujikawa.

PAGE 56

The Sun /Saturday, April 7, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers Brisk walking, hitting the gym, making it to the pool or spin class „ those are great activities that'll help ll your need for aerobic action that elevates your heart rate and breathing, increases brain health and repair, and ups your overall metabolism while reducing harmful inammation. But these days even folks who get the recommended 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity a week still do a lot of sitting around „ watching TV, at work and in the car. In short, most folks have a "more Roomba than rumba" lifestyle! A recent survey found that the average American sits 13 hours a day and sleeps around 8. That's 21 hours of immobility. According to a study in Diabetologia, every extra hour of sedentary time is associated with 22 percent increased odds for Type 2 diabetes and 39 percent increased odds for metabolic syndrome (a constellation of issues including elevated glucose, high blood pressure, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal cholesterol or triglyceride levels). For real vitality, you can embrace lots of small, frequent changes in position and eort. Study after study shows that it's the little things „ standing up and walking while talking on the phone, taking the stairs instead of the elevator, washing your dishes by hand, mopping a oor „ that are necessary to keep your muscles, mind and molecules healthy. Fortunately, if you've been active in the past „ say, played high school sports or been a roller skater or a bike rider „ you can thank your muscles for their memories! A new study out of the U.K. reveals that exercise actually alters the DNA in your muscles „ another one of those epigenetic changes „ and muscles' memories of exercise past can help power your new commitment to moving more. One Finnish study found that cutting leisure-time sitting by 21 minutes a day resulted in improvements in biomarkers for heart health and lower glucose levels. Plus, over the course of a year, the get-up-more-often group maintained muscle mass in their legs, while a control group who did not cut sitting time saw muscle mass decrease by half! A University of Indiana study shows that taking three veminute walks during a three-hour stretch of sitting reverses harm that sedentary behavior does to leg arteries. It seems that when your muscles are slack (while you are sitting), they don't contract and don't help pump blood back to the heart. Blood can pool in the legs, damaging the lining of your vessels and making them less exible, which is a risk factor for stroke and heart attack. Since surveys show that most people would like to stand up more often, reducing your sitting time by 50 percent is a do-able and essential goal. „Find every chance to stand and move more. For example, walk up and down the soccer or softball eld sidelines while watching your kids play. Take the stairs at work. Get a standing desk. Walk the dog; don't just watch the dog walk. „Make TV watching active: Do stretches, exercises or pedal a stationary bike. „Go retro: Mow the lawn with a push mower; use a broom, not the vacuum; hang the laundry out to dry in the backyard. „Build up your endurance and increase your aerobic activity, too: Sign up for water aerobics; play tag with the kids; heck, join a dodgeball team (they're all over the place). You'll be surprised at how happy your muscles will be when you shift them from memories to motion!DEAR ABBY: I'm a 29-year-old female and still a virgin. This decision is mostly based on my religious beliefs, but also because I haven't met the right guy. I have been struggling with this for several years because it seems my religious views and that of society are at odds. Rather than feel proud of my virginity, I feel ashamed. At this point, I'm worried that if I tell a guy I'm a virgin, I'll be rejected. Throughout my teens and 20s, I believed that waiting for Mr. Right was the best route for me. Now that I'm older, it has become a constant weight on my shoulders. Our society places so much emphasis on sex. At 29, it seems I have failed in some way. I met a guy recently and we both expressed that we had feelings for each other. I later found out that he had a girlfriend and two small children. I haven't seen him again, but I can't stop thinking about him. I thought he was a nice guy, but I feel so disappointed. I'm concerned about my future. I'm afraid I won't meet the right guy and that I'll make a bad decision with the wrong guy. Any advice or words of encouragement would be greatly appreciated. „ Waiting In The Midwest DEAR WAITING: All single people face the dilemma you are facing at one point or another. Too often, they make painful mistakes that they later regret. You, however, dodged a bullet. Virginity is a gift that can be given only once. Rather than feel disappointed, be glad you didn't waste it on a man who is already in a relationship and has two children. You say you are religious. If that's true, have enough faith to believe you WILL meet the "right guy" at the right time. You might benet by talking to your spiritual adviser about how to nd a life partner whose values mirror your own. If that's not possible, some sessions with a psychologist may help you to regain condence in your judgment. Dear Heloise: I would like to oer one opinion and two helpful hints: Many hair-care companies make a clarifying shampoo that is more eective and gentler to the hair than BAKING SODA. Or j ust leave shampoo that has been lathered in the hair for two to three minutes. This will soften the hair spray, and a second lathering will easily remove the buildup. I make a gallon of tea at a time using four to six tea bags. After the tea has steeped, I put the tea bags in a custard cup and into the refrigerator. I nd that this works better than baking soda to get rid of odors. I use coarse salt and ice cubes to clean vases, coffeepots, etc. Put the ice and salt in, and swish it around a couple of times and rinse. I'm not opposed to using baking soda for cleaning. I love using it in combination with vinegar for cleaning my sink drains. „ Holly in New YorkUsing your muscle memory to keep your mind healthy Virgin fears she's waited too long for her Mr. Right Better than baking soda?Hints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

PAGE 57

Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, April 7, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The nished product may not be anything even close to what you were hoping for, but the hoping is so much fun. Shouldnt that count for something? TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The tourists are trying to discover all that a place has to oer in the limited time they are going to be there. In some ways youll feel like a tourist, traveling to new worlds that just happen to be close to home. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Of course its better to make something important than to make something perfect. Its also much easier. ImportantŽ serves the people it matters to, whereas perfectŽ serves an idea... and very likely an idea that only you are having! CANCER (June 22-July 22). Go where people need you. This is the luckiest place for you now. Helping others always helps you; sometimes it helps you eventually, but today it will help you immediately. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Why should things that matter most be at the mercy of things that matter least? Turn it around to the extent that you can. The rst step is in recognizing the problem. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). There are those whose main mission is to seek oppositional positions. They are teenagers; they are trolls; they are the antagonists of the story, and they are only doing their job. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Today there will be things that call for an emotional response (relationships, passions) and things that dont go well when emotions are involved (investments of the monetary variety.) SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). To relax in the company of new people is not easy for most people. The awkward moments are realer and facilitate greater connection than the graceful ones. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Oering a bit of grace is never a bad idea. Its not top of mind, of course. The mind tends to be topped by such things as exerting superiority and proving its omnipotence. But your better angels will denitely prevail. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The obsessive types will fare well in the current cosmic climate as they cling to one idea and wont let go until everyone around them is on board. Youll participate in such enthusiasm all weekend. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). If the action were distilled into a short synopsis, it would go something like this: Youll show up, appreciate what others give, give your own and then leave. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youre dierent from the others. You give great attention to the small. You learn from the meek. You have fun with the strong without joining them in the pursuits that dont serve your highest purpose. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (April 7). The world responds to your friendly energy. The next 13 weeks show you working with diverse talents and adding new skills to your own arsenal. Youll be asked to commit in May. Youll be building something important in July. Investments of time and energy pay nancial dividends in August. Love signs are Leo and Cancer. Your lucky numbers are: 40, 15, 3, 20 and 18. HOROSCOPE BLONDIE By Dean Young and John Marshall BORN LOSER By Art and Chip Sansom BABY BLUES By Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott MUTTS By Patrick McDonnell DOONSBURY By Garry Trudeau

PAGE 58

The Sun /Saturday, April 7, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 9 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

PAGE 59

Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, April 7, 2018 NATION/WORLD ALMANACToday is Saturday, April 7 the 97th day of 2018. There are 268 days left in the year. Today in historyOn April 7, 1954 President Dwight D. Eisenhower held a news conference in which he spoke of the importance of containing the spread of communism in Indochina, saying, You have a row of dominoes set up, you knock over the first one, and what will happen to the last one is the certainty that it will go over very quickly. So you could have a beginning of a disintegration that would have the most profound influences.Ž (This became known as the domino theory,Ž although Eisenhower did not use that term.) On this dateIn 1798 the Mississippi Territory was created by an act of Congress, with Natchez as the capital. In 1862 Union forces led by Gen. Ulysses S. Grant defeated the Confederates at the Battle of Shiloh in Tennessee. In 1927 the image and voice of Commerce Secretary Herbert Hoover were transmitted live from Washington to New York in the first successful long-distance demonstration of television. In 1948 the World Health Organization was founded in Geneva. In 1978 President Jimmy Carter announced he was deferring development of the neutron bomb, a high-radiation weapon. In 1998 British pop star George Michael was arrested on suspicion of committing a lewd act in a restroom at Will Rogers Park in Beverly Hills, California; Michael later pleaded no contest, was fined $810 and ordered to perform 80 hours of community service. Todays birthdaysMedia commentator Hodding Carter III is 83. Country singer Bobby Bare is 83. Rhythm-andblues singer Charlie Thomas (The Drifters) is 81. California Gov. Jerry Brown is 80. Movie director Francis Ford Coppola is 79. Singer John Oates is 70. Actor Jackie Chan is 64. College and Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Dorsett is 64. Actor Russell Crowe is 54. Actor Bill Bellamy is 53. Former football player-turned-analyst Tiki Barber is 43. Actor Ed Speleers is 30. Bible verse Know ye that the Lord he is God: It is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people and the sheep of his pasture.Ž „ Psalm 100:3 This one verse gives a lot of perspective to life. The Lord is God and there is none other. He made us and He redeemed us. Without Him we are hopelessly lost. SOMERSET, Ky. (AP) „ A Kentucky pizza deliverymans customer service was on fire. Literally. Donatos Pizza driver Ralph Letner told WKYT-TV he was delivering pizza Sunday night to a Somerset mobile home park when he saw a home on fire. Letner says he ran inside, shut off the breaker and found homeowner Jesse Decker trying to put out flames. Says Letner: I got down on my hands and knees because the smoke was everywhere, made my way back into his kitchen and got him to go out his front door.Ž Decker says Letner is a hero for saving his life. A woman also escaped unharmed. Letner says his parents raised him to help those in need. He wasnt even supposed to be working, having stayed past his shift because it was busy. Firefighters say an electrical problem caused the fire.ODD NEWS What a delivery! Pizza driver comes to rescue in house fireBRADENTON, Fla. „ A Florida high-school student who didnt wear a bra one day this week says school administrators told her to cover her nipples because they were distracting her classmates. The Bradenton Herald reported Friday that 17-year-old Lizzy Martinez decided not to wear a bra under her gray long-sleeve shirt on Monday, and school of“cials in Bradenton felt she became a target of other students stares. The school is on Floridas Gulf Coast. Martinez says the humiliation began when School Dean Violeta Velazquez called her into the of“ce. Martinez felt like she was being bullied by fellow students, but Velazquez said there was a distraction that needed to be addressed. She told me that I needed to put a shirt on under my long-sleeve shirt to try to tighten my breasts „ to constrict them,Ž Martinez told the paper. And then she asked me to move around.Ž Apparently the second shirt was not enough, Martinez said, because she was then sent to the nurses of“ce. The nurse handed Martinez four bandages, two to cover each nipple, leaving her in tears. On Thursday afternoon, the school district acknowledged that Braden River school of“cials could have handled the situation better, but the district said it was only trying to enforce the districts dress code. This matter was brought to the attention of the Superintendents Of“ce for review,Ž the districts general counsel, Mitchell Teitelbaum, said in a prepared statement. It is undisputed that this matter should have been handled differently at the school level and corrective measures have been taken to prevent a reoccurrence in the way these matters will be addressed in the future.Ž Teitelbaum went on to say Martinez violated the dress code by dressing in a way that distracted other students, and that school of“cials were only trying to help her “x the violation. You are expected to dress appropriately for school and for the business of learning with proper attention given to personal cleanliness, grooming and neatness,Ž the districts Code of Student Conduct states. The dress code does not speci“cally address or require bras.Florida school asks student without bra to cover up nipplesASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOThis April 5 photo shows Lizzy Martinez, 17, at her home in Bradenton, Fla. Martinez was asked by a school ocial at Braden River High School in Bradenton to cover her nipples with band-aids, as she was causing a distraction.Ž WASHINGTON „ President Donald Trump plans to skip the White House Correspondents Association dinner, marking the second year he has shunned the glitzy gathering of Washington journalists he routinely assails as fake news.Ž White House Correspondents Association president Margaret Talev said in statement Friday that the White House has informed us that the president does not plan to participate in this years dinner but that he will actively encourage members of the executive branch to attend.Ž Trump had said he probably wont do itŽ in an interview on the Bernie and SidŽ radio show on 77 WABC Radio taped Thursday and aired Friday. Calling the media so badŽ and so fake,Ž Trump said: I want to get it straightened out with the press before I do it.Ž But the president, who has long had an adversarial relationship with the news media, did not elaborate on how he planned to do so. Since his campaign, he has ceaselessly blasted the fake mediaŽ and dishonestŽ reporters, singling out speci“c journalists and news outlets for criticism. He also has avoided holding a traditional news conference for over a year, though he often answers shouted questions from reporters. True to form, Trump tweeted Friday: So much of the media is dishonest and corrupt! Traditionally, the president and “rst lady attend the annual dinner, a fundraiser for college scholarships and a venue for reporting awards, which mixes politicians, journalists and celebrities. The televised event requires the president to smile through remarks by a comedian „ who typically roasts the president „ as well as deliver a humorous address, teasing the press and political opponents. Though notoriously thin-skinned, Trump has subjected himself to ribbing before, including New Yorks Al Smith dinner during the 2016 campaign. But the correspondents dinner would return him to the site of past humiliation: Trump attended in 2011 and was relentlessly mocked by President Barack Obama and comedian Seth Meyers. He skipped it in 2016, which came amid the presidential campaign and was the last of the dinners at which Obama was the honored guest. That didnt mean Trump wasnt the butt of jokes. At one point Obama told guests that Trump has spent years meeting with leaders from around the world „ Miss Sweden, Miss Argentina, Miss Azerbaijan.Ž This year, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders will attend the April 28 dinner and represent the administration at the head table. Cabinet members and staffers are also free to attend, a message that was welcomed by West Wing aides who were forced to sit out the celebrations last year. Trump did attend the annual Gridiron Club Dinner earlier this year, delivering a speech at the annual white-tie affair featuring journalists and of“cials. At that event, Trump offered a series of good natured one-liners in his remarks. Among his quips: I was very excited to receive this invitation and ruin your evening in person. Thats why I accepted.Ž But he drew a more mixed response at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner that bene“ts needy kids, also attended by Trumps Democratic presidential rival, Hillary Clinton. Trump began innocently enough. He joked that Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., used to love Trump when he was a Democrat. He poked fun at plagiarism involving the “rst lady. But Trumps remarks soon devolved into bitterness and insults, with the soon-tobe-president earning boos as he accused Clinton of corruption and hating Catholics.Trump to skip annual White House correspondents dinnerBy CATHERINE LUCEYASSOCIATED PRESS PHOENIX „ Federal law enforcement authorities are in the process of seizing Backpage.com and its af“liated websites. A notice that appeared Friday afternoon at Backpage.com says the websites are being seized as part of an enforcement action by the FBI, U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the Internal Revenue Service. The notice doesnt characterize or provide any details on the nature of the enforcement action. It says authorities plan to release information about the enforcement action later Friday. Backpage.com lets users create posts to sell items, seek a roommate, participate in forums, list upcoming events or post job openings. But Backpage.com also has listings for adult escorts and other sexual services, and authorities say advertising related to those services has been extremely lucrative.Feds seizing Backpage.com, websites in enforcement actionASSOCIATED PRESS AP SCREENSHOT LONDON „ The former Russian spy who was left “ghting for his life after exposure to a rare nerve agent is no longer in critical condition, a British health of“cial said Friday, a month after the mysterious poisoning in a quiet English city triggered a diplomatic crisis between Moscow and the West. Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia, were found unconscious on a bench March 4 in Salisbury and were hospitalized for weeks in critical condition. British authorities blame Russia for what they say was poisoning with a military-grade Sovietdeveloped nerve agent called Novichok. Russia denies the accusation. Dr. Christine Blanshard, the medical director at Salisbury District Hospital, said in a statement that 66-year-old Sergei Skripal is responding well to treatment, improving rapidly and is no longer in a critical condition.Ž Yulia Skripal, 33, regained consciousness last week and is now in stable condition, she said. Russian state television on Thursday played a recording of what they said was a phone call from Yulia to her cousin, Viktoria Skripal, in Russia. In it, Yulia said she would be discharged soon. Blanshard said Friday that Yulia Skripal could look forward to the day when she is well enough to leave the hospital,Ž but called any speculation about her release date just that „ speculation.Ž Scientists said the Skripals recovery was not unprecedented. Nerve agents work by blocking an enzyme in the body that lets nerves communicate with each other and with the bodys organs. Alastair Hay, professor emeritus of Environmental Toxicology at the University of Leeds, said recovery can happen over time because eventually the body will restore the enzyme to full capacity, and nerve function will be restored.Ž The Skripals long-term prognosis is uncertain, however. Michelle Carlin, senior lecturer in forensic and analytical chemistry at Northumbria University, said there is limited knowledge about the long-term effects of Novichok poisoning, but neurological damage has been reported in other historic cases.Ž The poisoning has chilled relations between Russia and the West, producing a wave of diplomatic expulsions unseen even at the height of the Cold War. Britain, along with the United States and at least two dozen other U.K. allies, have expelled more than 150 Russian diplomats. Russia has sent home the same number of those nations envoys. Russia has challenged Britains allegation that Moscow was behind the attack. Scientists at the U.K.s Porton Down defense laboratory identi“ed the poison as Novichok but have not pinpointed where it was manufactured. The British government says the scienti“c “ndings and other intelligence points to Russia. At a U.N. Security Council meeting called Thursday by Russia to discuss the Skripal poisonings, the Russian ambassador warned Britain that it was playing with “reŽ and claimed that Russia was the victim of a hasty, sloppy and ill-intentioned defamation campaign by London and its allies. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov kept up the offensive Friday, once again urging Britain to show its evidence in the case. Speaking on a trip to Belarus, he said British of“cials have engaged in frantic and convulsive efforts to “nd arguments to support their indefensible positionŽ instead of producing evidence. Lavrov said Britain and its Western allies are wrong if they expect Russia to confess to all deadly sinsŽ it did not commit. In the phone call recording released by Russian state Rossiya TV, Yulia Skripal said she and her father were both recovering and that her fathers health was not irreparably damaged. Viktoria Skripal, who works as a chief accountant in the city of Yaroslavl, told The Associated Press on Friday that she has no doubt it was Yulia who called and that she has not heard from her since. She said the call was recorded because she has an app on her phone to keep track of all the calls she makes for work. I made this recording, that was Yulia,Ž she said. Viktoria Skripal said she hoped to travel to Britain to visit Sergei and Yulia, but the British government said Friday it had denied her a visa because her application did not comply with the immigration rules.Ž Britain also announced that pets in Skripals home „ two guinea pigs and a cat „ were also poisoned. The two rodents were found dead after the home was sealed off by investigators. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said the cat was put down after it was found in a distressed state.ŽHospital says ex-spy no longer on critical listBy JILL LAWLESS and NATALIYA VASILYEVAASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTORussian ambassador to the UK Alexander Vladimirovich Yakovenko speaks about the Salisbury incident, during a news conference at the Russian Embassy in London, on Thursday.

PAGE 60

Saturday, April 7, 2018 www.yoursun.comTAKING FLIGHT One of the three eagles roosting in the trees at a campground in Nokomis, this bird decided he needed to stretch his wings, swooped down from his perch and flew right over the head of photojournalist Meredith W. Nicholson recently. For a story and more photos of Nicholsons recent quest to photograph wildlife, see Page 4.SUN PHOTO BY MEREDITH W. NICHOLSON In November Sarasota County voters will decide if the county will purchase 6 more miles of abandoned railroad corridor to extend the Legacy Trail into downtown Sarasota. On March 14, Sarasota County commissioners unanimously approved placing a referendum on the November ballot seeking voter approval to borrow up to $65 million to purchase the additional segment and construct the entire 9-mile extension from Culverhouse Nature Park to near Payne Park in downtown Sarasota. According to Parks Director Carolyn Brown, the county would issue bonds in two phases if voters approve the referendum. The “rst series of bonds ($35 million) would be issued in 2019. That would cover the acquisition costs of the next segment at $30.1 million, along with design and engineering work. The latter would include work on connections to the trail in Venice and North Port. A closing for the purchase of the northernmost segment is set for next May, contingent upon voter approval of the referendum. The second series of bonds ($30 million) would be issued in 2020. It would be used to construct the extension of the trail. According to estimates by the countys budget staff, Brown told commissioners, approval of the referendum would result in a property tax increase of $16 on a home with a taxable value of $200,000. She stressed, however, that the total amount needed could be reduced, depending upon the amount of grants the county could obtain. Already, she said, the Florida Department of Transportation has identi“ed $7.5 million in Suntrail funding that could be allocated to the project. A decision on that grant will come in June. A referendum is necessary since the purchase price exceeds the $22.6 million limitation in the countys charter on the countys borrowing power without voter approval. The referendum has the full support of the Friends of the Legacy Trail, as many members of the group „ wearing bright yellow Legacy of trail is in voters handsBy WARREN RICHARDSONSUN CORRESPONDENTLEGACY | 10Twelve days after school lets out for the summer, 32 baseball and volleyball players from Venice High School will be 30,000 feet in the air, cruising at about 500 mph, covering the 826 miles from Miami to Santo Domingo in a little more than two hours, to begin a “ve-day mission trip designed to share three passions: a love of God, a love of sports and a desire to help others. For many of the student-athletes, this will be their “rst time out of the country. For VHS baseball coach Craig Faulkner and VHS assistant volleyball coach Jose Velez, this will be their “fth time leading young people on a SCORE International mission trip. The coaches have taken groups of players and their family members to the Dominican Republic, Cuba, Panama and Costa Rica in previous years. Some 48 people are expected to go on the trip, including Tom Hodge and Micah Murphree, pastor and youth pastor, respectively, at First Baptist Church in Venice, and a number of players parents. For junior Catilin Montgomery, who played on the 2017 state championship volleyball team, the trip to the Dominican Republic will be her second mission. When we went to Cuba, it was really eye-opening,Ž she said. We got to play and talk with the girls on the Cuban National Volleyball Team. Visiting with them and seeing their faces when we gave them the littlest thing made me realize not to take things that I have for granted.Ž In addition to playing baseball and volleyball in the Dominican Republic, the athletes will visit orphanages and bring food to impoverished villages. Prior to leaving the United States, the group is collecting various items „ medical supplies, school supplies, baby needs, linens and other miscellaneous items „ to send on a container ship. Betty Jo Faulkner, Faulkners wife, says watching the Venice kids give to other kids is the best part of the mission. They leave everything „ their gloves, bats, baseballs, pieces of clothing „ everything they can, at that last game. They realize how fortunate they are.Ž Coach Faulkner echoes his wifes sentiment. The mission is a great opportunity for our players because they come home realizing how blessed and fortunate they are to live in the U.S.,Ž he said. Running out of data on their cell phones will not seem so critical after visiting the villages in the Dominican Republic.Ž When asked why he wants to go on this mission trip with a baseball team he will technically no longer be part of after graduation, senior third baseman (and my son) Mitch Donofrio, said: We do lots of things as a team „ Challenger Baseball, Habitat for Humanity, Veterans Night „ but Coach Faulkner said this is the best thing the Venice High baseball team does. I want to be part of that.Ž High praise for a coach, a team and a mission. Along with gathering much-needed items for the people in the Dominican Republic, the players are raising funds for their own travel expenses to the island nation. Anyone who would like to help these student-athletes pay for their mission trips can make a donation through SCORE International at Scoreintl.org/ donate/traveler-donation. The group name is 2018Venice H.S. Baseball and VolleyballDR … Sports … 6/5-6/10 on 3/30/2018.Sports teams score big with D.R. mission trip Beth Donofrio Venice High School volleyball players, left to right, Carley Faulkner, Sophie Fraser, Caitlin Montgomery and Brooke Wheatley make a new friend on their 2016 mission trip to Cuba.PHOTO COURTESY OF BETTY JO FAULKNER WELL REMEMBER FOR YOU’MEMORY CARE RESIDENCE NOW OPEN Our community is fully renovated and our 24-hour staff is specially trained to care for residents living with Alzheimers Disease, Dementia and other related memory impairments. While this level of care is often very costly, Venice Green Village puts it within reach. 2745 E. Venice Avenue € Venice, FL 34292(941) 488-5970Call or come by today for more information.Assisted Living Facility License #: 13117 MEMORY CARE RE IMAGINEDadno=54533438

PAGE 61

Page 2 Saturday, April 7, 2018 The game was invented by Joel Pritchard, Bill Bell and Barney McCallum, three men with bored families, on Bainbridge Island, Wash., in 1965. Its played with paddles, a whif”e ball and a much smaller court than the average tennis court, with a speci“c set of rules made just for this game. There are differing stories as to how it was named, but popular lore has it that it was named after Prichards dog. Pickles always chased the ball so „ they “gured „ why not? The game is growing in popularity all over the country and even internationally. It can be played by all ages and skill sets. This being the case, its become a popular sport at Royal Coachman RV Resort in Nokomis. A tournament was held March 9-11. Players doubled as spectators as attendance was light. Pickleball gaining in popularitySTAFF REPORT SUN PHOTOS BY MEREDITH W. NICHOLSONIn an OldstersŽ vs. YoungstersŽ match, Dave and Rich are in the backcourt, after just hitting the ball. Serg in the frontcour t is gearing up to return and can be seen moving in for the shot, as the yellow wie ball is highlighted against Richs orange shirt. Two games are being played at the same time on the pickleball courts at Royal Coachman RV Resort. From left to right, Mike, Ellie and Mickey are playing mixed doubles. Looking closely, you can see the two yellow wie balls in the air.A 50-50 raf”e also was held to bene“t the RCR Pickleball Club. The club has hopes of eventually gaining more pickleball courts at the resort. One of the fast-growing sports for all ages, particularly the slightly older than youngŽ generation, is pickleball. Dave Pozarski of Wisconsin, a winter resident of Royal Coachman RV Park, is seen here after just exiting the pickleball court in search of some cooling water, as onlookers, mostly players themselves, watch another match in progress. In a valiant eort to return the serve, Serg attempts to make a shot. The YoungstersŽ defeated the OldstersŽ by one point. Spectators, led by Dan (in bright yellow shirt), one of the organizers, applaud the players as they exit the courts, in the nal matches of the tournament held at the Royal Coachman RV Resort in Nokomis.The Sarasota County School District has announced a “ve-point plan to immediately provide shortand long-term safety practices and capital improvements to enhance the security of its schools, students and staff. The plan includes the following action items: € Collaborate with local law enforcement to provide off-duty of“cers on 21 elementary school campuses through the end of the 2017-2018 school year. €Place school resource of“cers on all Sarasota County school campuses for the 2018-2019 school year. €Invest $25 million in capital funds to enhance the physical and environmental structures of the schools. €Strengthen the capacity of the internal Of“ce of Safety, Security and Emergency Management department. €Work with the Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ce to explore a school guardian program. The school districts top priority will be the implementation the districts “ve-point safety plan as soon as possible, to ensure the safety and well-being of our students and staff,Ž said Todd Bowden, superintendent of Sarasota County Schools. We are fortunate to have incredible support from Sheriff (Tom) Knight and our local municipal police departments, and are grateful for their continued assistance. We look forward to additional discussions to develop an impactful plan, long-term.ŽSchool district announces safety and security planSTAFF REPORT

PAGE 62

Saturday, April 7, 2018 Page 3 Convenient Care Close to Home Family Practice Specialists (941) 952-4220Mitchel Beasley, DO; Christopher Jefferson, MD & Veronica Nabizada, MD Sarasota Memorial Urgent Care CenterImmediate treatment for non-emergency medical illness or injury. Staed by our board-certied emergency & family medicine physicians.Open 8 am … 8 pm, 7 days a week (941) 952-4250Comprehensive Outpatient Services Radiology/Imaging Services : € X-Ray, CT Scan, Mammography & Bone Density Anticoagulation Clinic Laboratory ServicesSarasota Memorial Health Care Center at Venice 997 N. US 41 Bypass, Venice, FL 34285 (941) 952-4250 š www smh com Sarasota Memorial Health Care Center at Venice E. Venice Avenue Center RoadS. Tamiami TrailVenice Bypass Jacaranda Blvd. Venice Bypass OceOur Anticoagulation Clinic can help you manage your blood thinner medications adno=54533440

PAGE 63

Page 4 Saturday, April 7, 2018 A while ago, some friends and I went off in search of wildlife to photograph; in particular, eagles. As some local folks know, the Sarasota County Landfill in Nokomis is a good place to see all kinds of different wild life. The people at the landfill even have a path marked out on maps for those wanting to photograph the different animals that can be seen out there. Its kind of a hit or miss thing, and Id say the earlier you get there, the better. Some days you get lucky, some days you dont. We werent so lucky in our search for eagles that day, but we did get to see some pretty big alligators in the fenced off pond areas. Im talking big alligators. The kind you wouldnt want to run into anywhere there were no fences to separate the two of you. Frankly I was amazed at the size of one I saw ambling along the pond bank, behind the fence. He was huge. I didnt get a picture of him, but on the way back I managed to get a couple of shots of two others, almost as big, along the waters edge. I even got to see a lone doe out in one of the large grass fields, and a few different varieties of ducks in the various wet land areas, on the way to and from the landfill. Having no luck in finding any eagles, we headed back to where my snowbird friends are wintering.Ž As we were headed toward their site, I looked up and saw a few birds circling the area, and calling out to one another. As I looked closer I saw that they were eagles, so we stopped. Others in the park had noticed them as well, so we all stood there, cameras in hand, and began taking pictures of them. Two birds kept circling, but one of them decided to land in one of the pines that towered over the area. Once the bird landed, it sent up a series of calls to the others still in the air. Its hard to describe the sound of the call, but Ill give it my best shot. For those whove never heard an eagle call, it was almost like a very loud chirp, but not quite. But more of a chirp than a squawk, mixed in with other sounds. Im sure others could describe it better, but its a sound I wont forget in a hurry. The eagle got quite vocal for about 15 minutes. Probably asking the others to join him or her in the trees. There were three all together, and they all managed to find their own branches to lite upon, which gave me the great advantage of getting some pretty wonderful shots of these magnificent birds. I even caught one in flight, as he swooped down off his perch and headed straight toward me. Sometimes luck is a funny thing. Here we had gone out of our way to find them, and had we stayed put, they would have (and did) eventually come to us. About the only thing that would top this experience for me would „ and hopefully will eventually be „ to photograph a nest with hatchlings. I just have to be at the right place at the right time, with camera in hand.Eagles surprise visit enthralls SUN PHOTOS BY MEREDITH W. NICHOLSONSitting high up in a tree, an older eagle seems to be keeping a close eye on the activities of the others and also on whats going on at ground level. He might be looking for his next meal. Meredith W. Nicholson This gator, one of three likely in the pond, sits sunning himself along the waters edge of the retention pond at the Sarasota County Landll in Nokomis. Its not the biggest gator around, but its big enough to never want to run into him outside of the chain link fence keeping him and others contained. Swimming in one of the ooded land areas on the way to the Sarasota County Landll in Nokomis, these ducks and a few other varieties were seen having themselves a grand ol time. As this eagle sits there looking around, waiting for its friends to nd a branch and land, it gives a beautiful prole. Landing on a branch, this eagle set up a hue and cry to fellow eagles circling the trees, looking for prime spots on which to land. Add clarity to your game.David Leadbetter The Worlds #1 Golf Instructor When internationally renowned golf instructor David Leadbetter was diagnosed with cataracts, he sought the care of David W. Shoemaker, M.D., at Center For Sight. Leadbetter chose advanced lens replacement that gave him clear, 20/20 vision without glasses! Today, his vision is on par with his remarkable skill.David W. Shoemaker, M.D.Founder, Director of Cataract & Lens Replacement Surgery Named Top DoctorŽ by Castle Connolly Medical, Ltd. Schedule your consultation today! CenterForSight.net 941.488.2020 ’adno=54533439adno=54533443 Florida Dental Implant Center941.484.4004Arthur I. Acker, D.M.D. € Nicole R. Lehninger, D.M.D.Say Yes To Implant Secured DenturesEAT WHAT YOU WANT PRESERVE JAW BONE & RESTORE CONFIDENCE & BEAUTY 200 Capri Isles Blvd., Venice, FL € www.FLDentalImplantCenter.com Do You Want To Feel More Condent About Your Smile?A t t e n d D i s c u s s i o n a n d R e c e i v e a Complimentary Comprehensive Examination Absolutely FREE Valued at $375 RSVP for you and a friend Y Our Team Working For You

PAGE 64

Saturday, April 7, 2018 Page 5 smh.com Considering Weight-Loss Surgery?Meet Our Bariatric SurgeonsEver considered weight-loss surgery? Wondered if its right for you? Come “nd out at one of our Meet the Surgeon sessions. Learn about our Bariatric Surgery program and procedures we oer directly from one of our board-certi“ed Bariatric surgeons. Its a comfortable environment, where your questions are always welcome. We hope to see you there.Meet the Surgeon sessions are FREE, and registration is required. Your family member or support person is welcome to join you. For more information and to register, please call (941) 917-4753. Dr. T. Patrick Fitzgerald Dr. Arundathi Rao Dr. John D. Nora North Port Health Care Center & ER Clark Rd.Clark Road Health Care Center University Parkway Health Care CenterUniversity Pkwy.Toledo Blade Blvd.Sumter Rd. Evening sessions, 6-7:30pmMonday Apr. 9 Clark Road Health Care Center 5880 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, 34238 1st Floor Classroom Monday Apr. 23 University Parkway Health Care Center 5350 University Parkway, Sarasota, 34243 2nd Floor Conf. Room Thursday Apr. 26 Monday May 14 Thursday May 24 Clark Road Health Care Center 5880 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, 34238 1st Floor Classroom Thursday May 31 University Parkway Health Care Center 5350 University Parkway, Sarasota, 34243 2nd Floor Conf. Room Monday June 11 Clark Road Health Care Center 5880 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, 34238 1st Floor Classroom Monday June 25 University Parkway Health Care Center 5350 University Parkway, Sarasota, 34243 2nd Floor Conf. Room Thursday June 28 Clark Road Health Care Center 5880 Rand Blvd., Sarasota, 34238 1st Floor Classroom adno=54533450

PAGE 65

Page 6 Saturday, April 7, 2018 Nearly every year the Pine View School History Club sponsors a campus-wide re-enactment of a historical time-period or event. This year, faculty adviser Jym Froelich and the history club presented a Day in the Life of a World War I SoldierŽ. On March 19, history club members in costume led groups of students through various displays and taught them about this con”ict and its rami“cations, through interactive exhibits. They included a walk-through exhibit of a trench, a three-quarter scale model of a British Mark V tank and an Air Corps tent. Participating classrooms included a presentation on the politics behind the war, a mess hallŽ where students were able to sample WWI rations and others where they created crafts. Lest they forget the fallen soldiers, the “nal stop on the tour was a memorial to the countries involved and a “eld of faux poppies made by students.Pine View students si m STAFF REPORT SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTEthan Temple and Nicole Ter Doest (portraying French soldiers).SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTNatalie Goodson (from left to right), Noelle Winegar, Ashley Reynolds, Emily Hazlett and Maxine Temple. Goodson says the biggest challenges for soldiers must have been overcoming boredom, living in trenches and eating what they had on hand. Winegar said her favorite part of the simulation was the trench. You could share the viewpoint of the soldiers and how they must have felt,Ž she said. It was the most real thing.Ž Reynolds said the model tank, at three-fourth scale, helped her to visualize what an actual tank looked like. I thought it was going to be a picture,Ž she said. Hazlett said of the poppy garden: I thought it was really cool how the owers represented the ... soldiers.Ž Temple said she really likedŽ the food samples. The occasional chocolate must have been a treatŽ for soldiers, she said. SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTAnabeth Koopman, Phillip Namgoong and Mikaela Michalik stand in the canteen.SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTSoldiers in World War I ate hard tack, a mixture of our, salt and water. It lacked protein, but was cheap to prepare and lled soldiers up. Senior Mikaela Michalik said good food was rare during World War I. I learned just how terrible it was in the trenches,Ž she said.SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTFrom left to right, Anabeth Koopman (trench tour guide), Meagan Michalik, Grin McKee, Megan Lepak and Matthew Meesit. Lepak is president of the history club at Pine View School. She says events like this unite PV students. What appeals to a second grader doesnt necessarily appeal to a 12th grader,Ž Lepak said. The more informational areas ... tend to be geared more toward the older kids. Kids enjoy crafting, so they can make poppies to dedicate to the memorial. They can play Battleship. All of these are ways they can learn a little bit about World War I.ŽSUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTRight: Students gather inside a pavilion during the event. History club sponsor Jym Froelich said it was a chance for history to come alive and for students to see what they might not see during the regular schoolyear or in their history classrooms. History club members worked all year on this project.Saturday, April 7, 2018 Page 7 m ulate World War I era PHOTO COURTESY OF ZACH BRIGHTPine View teacher Malele Nzeza, from left, Angela Szabo (black Polo jacket, center) and Ray Leer (wearing Riverview shirt).PHOTO COURTESY OF ZACH BRIGHTSpeaker Meagan Michalik, portraying an Air Corps ocer, with Zola Disz and Nora Povolish (portraying Austrian soldiers).PHOTO COURTESY OF ZACH BRIGHTHollie Braun and Lila Vandenbroek stand near the poppy eld.PHOTO COURTESY OF ZACH BRIGHTEthan Temple and Nicole Ter Doest (portraying French soldiers).SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTMatthew Meesit portrays a German ocer standing in front of a British Mark V tank, the rst tank to go onto a battleeld in war. At 4 mph, the average human probably could outrun this thing,Ž Meesit said.SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTLila Vandenbroek leads younger students through a round of the Battleship game.SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTOne stop on the tour was a memorial to the countries involved in the war and a eld of simulated poppies, made from what looked like red cupcake holders.SUN PHOTO BY ED SCOTTDylan Barton and Jack Bernstein move through the simulated trench. 2 0 1 8 0 4 0 7 a r 0 6 p d f 1 0 5 A p r 1 8 2 1 : 5 4 : 2 3

PAGE 66

Page 8 Saturday, April 7, 2018 A key, leading trend is focusing on overall health and wellness. We are increasingly becoming more aware of what we are putting in and on our bodies. Using probiotic technology in skin care falls right into this growing trend as probiotics play a key role in maintaining overall health. In terms of the skin, body-friendlyŽ probiotics help balance the good and the bad bacteria to help support the bodys ability to maintain healthy skin.Back to basicsCleansing: You wouldnt use the same detergent you use for your denim jeans on your silky pink nightgown. It would leave the night gown roughened and dry. Consequently you should not use the same product on your face that you use to wash your feet. Everyday soap will dry out and roughen your face, leaving it feeling less soft and supple. Using Skintelligent cleansing gel with probiotic technology helps improve the texture of your skin, and with natural seeds it gently buffs away dead skin cells and delivers encapsulated Vitamins A, C and E for fresher, younger-looking skin. Toning: As Ive mentioned in previous articles, it always surprises me how many people visit our studio and tell me they skip the toning process. Toners are an essential part of your skin-care routine because they remove the residue of the cleansing product and „ most importantly „ equalize the pH factor in your skin. Toning allows our skin to accept and retain essential moisturizers and serums more easily and therefore we get the most out of them. Our Skintelligent toner uses probiotic technology. It is a refreshing formula that protects against environmental stressors. Extracts of Alpine Willowherb and Ginseng energize, hydrate and help “rm skin while reducing the appearance of pores, and leaves our skin looking radiant. Moisturizing: Every woman should have at least three moisturizers in her skin regimen. Eye moisturizers are essential. They target special problems around eyes your day cream does not address. They help minimize dark circles, puf“ness and, of course, crows feet. If youre experiencing puf“ness due to pollen, sleeplessness or any other factors, look for Gentle Solutions Eye Cream. It does not contain fragrance, dyes, parabens or other ingredients that may create issues around the eyes. It does contain chamomile, aloe vera and cucumber extracts that help soothe, calm and comfort skin. It is essential that your day cream always contain a sunscreen, no matter where you live, because a new groundbreaking study “nds that regular sunscreen use retards skin aging in healthy, middle-aged men and women.Ž Our daytime moisturizer contains a time-released 30 SPF, along with Merle Normans special blend of anti-oxidants and triple peptides. And lastly, night creams are another major weapon against “ne lines and wrinkles. Never skimp on your night cream. Night creams are typically time-released. They have more emollients and work throughout the night while youre relaxed and make-up free. Look for anti-aging, complex night cream. It not only has the triple peptides but also contains moisture-retaining hyaluronic spheres that hold a thousand times their weight in water. Peggy Lee is store manager at Merle Norman Cosmetics, located at 1846 Tamiami Trail S., in Venice. For more information, call 941-497-1392.Balance good, bad bacteria with probiotics Beauty NewsPeggy Lee PHOTO PROVIDEDRadiant skin begins with a good skincare regimen at any age. Conversation overheard in a Venice cocktail lounge: Stressed? Who, me? No, Im not stressed. Why, do I look stressed? Is it my face? Is there something wrong with my face?Ž Calm down. I just thought you looked, well ƒ tense.Ž Tense? Me? Never. Cool as a cuke, thats me. Youre sure my face is OK? Waitress! Whats a guy gotta do to get drink around here?Ž These days it seems like a lot of us are stressed, even retired folks who are supposed to be lying in hammocks sipping mai tais and reading the Presidents tweets. If youre working, your boss is stressing you. So if you cant afford to ”y to the Bahamas every month, what can you do? Find a handicraft hobby, says the latest research from Sweden. Last year scientists from the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences published results of a study „ comparing stress reduction in two environments „ in the journal Urban Forestry and Urban Greening One was outdoors in a Northern Sweden forest during autumn or spring. Idyllic, no? The other environment was indoors doing various handicrafts. Participants were people diagnosed with high stress levels. The hypothesis was that the forest environment would be much better at reducing stress levels. To everyones surprise, the environments were equally effective at reducing stress, fatigue and burnout.Ž You can read the study to learn the conclusions, but basically it seems that by requiring the mind to intently focus, we do something akin to meditation. We turn off the psycho-static. OK, so theres your science. Now what do you do? You “nd yourself some craft that requires attention to detail, focused thought and careful use of the hands. Heres what I do (because Im the guy screaming for a drink): I make hanging planters for orchids. Seriously. I use found materialsŽ (the only kind I can afford) to create decorative basket-like holders for orchids that you hang in your window. Venice is a treasure chest of such materials for the natural hobbyist: sharks teeth, coconuts, palm fronds, shells, pine cones, reeds, cigarette butts. I also use objects found around my house: twine, hors doeuvres picks, gin bottles. Plus, I “nd working with plants to be somehow relaxing. This doesnt surprise me,Ž Katelyn Tvaroch, horticulture technician with Plant Parents in Sarasota, said of the study. I work with plants and people, and I see similarities. Susceptibility to stress is one. But plants are proven to reduce stress levels, as well as improve sleep and productivity.Ž Laura Rivers, restorative yoga teacher at Venice Holistic Center, adds: Conducting any kind of crafts and artistry techniques occupies the mind, stabilizing the bodys system, creating balance of mind and body, thus allowing stressors and anxieties to be alleviated.Ž For me, the necessity to focus on the task, to slow down and be dexterous helps clear my mind-closet of all the clutter. The creative process is a meditative, mental exercise. So “nd something that suits you, something that occupies your hands and your mind, and let go of the tension. James L. Blackburn may be reached at gringoviajero@hotmail.comStressed? Be crafty Guest ColumnistJames L. Blackburn PHOTO COURTESY OF LAURA RIVERSJute twine not only holds the plant medium but supports the ower stem. Find The Perfect Companion... ...in the CLASSIFIEDS! 390 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice, FL 941-485-7136 VeniceArtCenter.com SEE ART. FEEL ART. CREATE ART. SEE ART. FEEL ART. CREATE ART. Whats going on at the Venice Art Center? South County Jazz Club & VAC Present South County Jazz Club & VAC Present Hot Club of SRQŽ Hot Club of SRQŽ Eclectic Jazz featuring Keven Aland, Don Mopsic, and others April 12, 7:00pm (Doors open at 6:30pm) Members $25 / Nonmembers $30 VAC Uncorked: Step VAC Uncorked: Step by by Step Instruction Step Instruction Step-by-step art instruction with our talented instructors. You and your friends will leave with a masterpiece! No experience necessary! You and your friends will leave with a unique masterpiece! Bring your favorite drink and snacks. $35 Members / $40 Nonmembers Visit us at VeniceArtCenter.com for more information. Hot, Hot, HotŽ May 25-July 6 Reception: Friday, May 25, 5-7pm adno=54533549

PAGE 67

Saturday, April 7, 2018 Page 9 Double the industry standard for staffto-patient ratios Staff familiar with Lewy Body, Vascular Dementia, Parkinsons and Alzheimers Highly trained staff awake and caregiving 24/7 Pricing all inclusive Private and shared rooms available Couples welcomePrimary Care Physicians, Dr. A. Montanaro, Dr. J. Bik and Psychiatrist Dr. Miguel Rivera consult with patients at Bayshore regularlyLong term care waiver accepted Medicaid waiver with Humana Newly remodeled Spacious and secure back yard with walking path and swimming pool Aging In Place Home; we work hand-in-hand with Tidewell All physicians welcome to follow their patients at Bayshore Open House Daily 2-5pm AL#11852 Highly RecommendedI am a psychiatrist in the Sarasota/Venice area, and my practice is dedicated to the care of those with dementia. Ive had two most challenging patients stay at this facility for extended periods of time. The quality of care, and the friendliness, and compassion of the caregivers set this place apart. I highly recommend it.~ Dr. Miguel RiveraBAYSHORE GUEST HOME & GARDENS(941)400-3847 Administrator Leslie Ann OGorman DHarcourt Voted Best Of Sarasota2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018by Senior Advisor.com FAMILIESFAMILIES Bringing Together Assisted Living Facility with Limited Nursing Services Licenseadno =54533442

PAGE 68

Page 10 Saturday, April 7, 2018 In an earlier article we touched upon how age can turn wines color from magenta and ruby red to brown-tinged garnet, and fresh ripe fruit to dried fruit sometimes with earthy elements, tobacco leather and spice. But why does a grape used to make white wine take on the aromas of other fruits like peaches, bananas, pineapple, mangoes, melon apples and citrus? Compounds called stereoisomers are responsible for tropical, citrus, melon and other fruit being detected in white wines. Stereoisomers refers to different con“gurations of the same chemical compound that mimic the smells of other fruits. Melanie Wynn, an artist and wine writer of the blog Straight Out of the Bottle, explains: When these fruity scents hit your smell receptors, your brain decides what they are, based on memories of fruits youve smelled before, and shares this info with your taste buds.Ž Lets look at some white wines, enjoyable this time of year as the weather turns warmer, that take on different fruity smells ranging from crisp and green to sweet and tropical. Chardonnay Chardonnay can vary greatly depending on the region where the grape is grown and the wine-making style. Chardonnay grapes from warmer climates, like in California, produce very ripe fruit and these wines take on tropical ”avors like pineapple, banana and mango. This same grape, when grown in moderate to cooler climates, including the Burgundy and Chablis regions of France and coastal parts of Chile and South Africa, has completely different characteristics. Cool sea breezes slow down the ripening process and wines made there take on ”avors of melon and citrus and have a crisp minerality. RieslingThe Riesling grape is commonly grown in Germany, Alsace and Austria. This wine can be dry, medium and sweet and has fruity and ”oral notes. The time that the grapes are harvested is a determining factor regarding which fruits will be more present. Ripe fruit produces wines that have green apple and hints of lemon and lime, while wines made with overripe grapes reveal stone-fruits such as apricots and peaches, as well as pineapple and mango. Sauvignon BlancGreen fruit and vegetables like apples, green bell peppers, and asparagus are prominent in Sauvignon Blanc. This wine is also known as Fum Blanc in California. Some of the top-producing regions for this varietal include Sancerre and Bordeaux in France, Marlborough in New Zealand and the Casablanca region of Chile. See if you can notice the different aromas white wine takes on or have a little fun with friends and host an informal blind tasting of the wines mentioned above. Cover the labels and pour a couple ounces of each of the wines into glasses, making sure they are not too cold (right around 50 degrees) in order for their true smells and tastes to come through. Swirl the wine, smell and sip to see what fruits you pick up from wines made solely from grapes. You might even discover some new favorite wines or the same varietals you already like, but from different regions. Nicole Carbon is Level 2 Award in Wines certi“ed from the Wine & Spirit Education Trust (WSET). She is a freelance editor and writer based in Sarasota. If you have any questions or comments you may email her at carbonnicole@gmail.com and follow her on Facebook @Nicole.Carbon, Twitter @NicCarbon, and Instagram @NicCarbon.Taking the aroma of other fruits On WineNicole Carbon SUN PHOTOS BY NICOLE CARBONChardonnay grapes from warmer climates, such as California, produce very ripe fruit and take on tropical avors like pineapple, banana and mango. Which fruit does your favorite wine remind you of?shirts „ attended the commission meeting and listened to the discussion by commissioners. What were doing today is letting the people decide what they want for their future,Ž Commission Chairwoman Nancy Detert said before the vote. This is true democracy. Its up to the public to say yes or no,Ž Commissioner Charles Hines added. It is a big number. ... It shouldnt be up to the “ve of us to make that decision.ŽEmail: jondaltonwr@gmail.comLEGACYFROM PAGE 1 adno=54533441 adno=54529951

PAGE 69

Saturday, April 7, 2018 Page 11 PGT Innovations hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Thursday, March 29, to celebrate the completion of Sunshine Education Academy, the companys 7,500-square-foot child care center, which offers affordable, convenient child care services to PGT Innovations families with young children as well as parents who work in the Triple Diamond Commerce Park and the surrounding area in North Venice. The center is located at 101 Triple Diamond Blvd., in North Venice. The childcare center is the latest example of how large companies are serving the varied needs of their employees. Another example of PGTs focus on employees occurs in December. € € € A visitor to PGT may be stunned by the number of employees at the plant „ roughly 2,100 „ along with how many different languages are being spoken and the variety of employee personal music from station-to-station. And yet, despite the remarkable diversity at this company that has made custom windows and doors since 1980, there is one time a year when everyone gets on the same page (menu?), no matter what their backgrounds. That one time is Christmas. Every year, PGT, which stands for Progressive Glass Technology, hosts a two-day Christmas dinner for all of its Venice workers and, no matter if they celebrate Christmas at their homes or not, nearly everyone attends, according to PGT leaders, because of the “rms year-round focus on inclusiveness. Were one big family,Ž said Bryan Lingle, PGTs human resources director, who, as the Christmas party emcee, is known for his Christmas hat, which has elk ears. Christmas at PGT is held over two days because it requires that much time to serve everyone from every shift, since the company is open around the clock. For those two days, the company cafeteria is transformed into a holiday fantasyland, complete with Christmas trees and merry centerpieces. Lingle and others motivate the employees to participate in silly games, like putting Oreos on their foreheads and then trying to get the cookies directed into their mouths without using their hands. There also are raf”es, auctions and a choice for dinner of prime rib, “sh or a veggie masterpiece. Dessert, by company tradition, is always pie. Last years PGT dinner was Dec. 14-15. Our Christmas party ties into our culture,Ž said Stephanie Cz, communications manager for PGT. The desire to be inclusive and treat people the way you want to be treated. That crosses faiths.Ž At PGT Christmas dinners, the bosses serve the employees and people often sit with people they dont normally see, said Aimee Brooks, PGTs employee service specialist. Family is our core value,Ž Brooks said. We work long hours and we are with each other most of the week. The main message is to treat each other like family, and they do. That is why we go all out for these events. We want to show appreciation from the top down for each and every employee.Ž I love it and look forward to it,Ž Lingle, of HR, said. Its a busy two days of nonstop, frenzied activity, but I thoroughly enjoy it.Ž Cz believes the special feeling at the Christmas parties at PGT started with then-PGT chief executive of“cer Rod Hershberger. He has talked before about how, when the company “rst started, every day after work when everyone was “nished they gathered at some picnic tables in the back and they drank beer and ate pizza and thats how the family culture kind of started,Ž Cz said. And he didnt see a reason to stop that.Ž Norma Young, a nearly 20-year PGT employee, agrees with Cz. The best part of the Christmas party is that we are family-oriented, Young said. Its a beautiful time.Ž Now, with employer-sponsored child care, for some its Christmas every day at PGT.Child care is latest PGT benefitBy RICHARD DYMONDCORRESPONDENTPGT INNOVATIONS PHOTO PROVIDEDFrom left to right: Sarasota County Sheri Tom Knight, J.E. Charlotte Construction President Je Charlotte, PGT Innovations CEO and President Je Jackson, SKY Family YMCA CEO Pat Ryan, PGT Innovations Senior Vice President of Human Resources Debbie LaPinska and Venice Mayor John Holic. Discover Paradise Grill, where its always tiki time! Enter this Nokomis eatery, and youll be charmed by its warm, inviting vibe; inspired, quality-driven menu; and friendly staff. In fact, when you come in, youll find that the restaurants team will make you feel welcome at this casual neighborhood meeting place. 1 5 Sout h Ri sto r a n te € A m o r e Restau r a n t € A n d r ea  s € Anna Maria Oyster Bar € Ar ts & E ats Restaurant an d Ga ll ery € Beac h House € T he Bijou Ca f € B ir d roc k Taco S h ac k € Blas Ca f & M a r t ini B a r € B l u  I s l a n d Bi st r o € Bl ue M a rlin Sea f ood € Bridge Street Bistro € Ca f B ac i € Ca f Ga bb iano € Caf Venice € Cassariano Ita l ian Eater y € Cedar Reef Fish Camp € C h az 51 Bistro € C iao! Italia € T he Crows Nest € Drunken Poet Ca f € Duvals Fresh. Local. Sea f ood. € enRich B i stro € Eup h emia Haye € Fast N Fres h € Fins at S h ar k y  s € Go ld Rus h BBQ € Gulf Drive Caf and Kokonut Hut € Harrys Continental Kitchens € JPAN Restaurant € Lobster Pot € MADE Restaurant € M a r Vi sta D oc k s i de R estau r a n t a n d P ub € Mattisons Fort y One € mi P ueb l o € Mi c h ae l Jo hn s € Mic h ae l s On East € Migue l s Restaurant € Oasis Ca f & Bakery € Op h e l ia  s On T h e Bay € Ortygia R estaurant € Pacic Rim € Para d ise Grill € PIER 22 Restaurant € Polo Grill & Bar € Pops Sunset Gri ll € Primo! Ristorante € Riverhouse Reef & Grill € Roess l er  s Restaurant € Sa l ute! Ristorante € S andbar Seafood & Spirits € Seafood Shack Marina, Bar & Grill € Siesta Ke y O y ster Bar € State St r eet Eat i ng House € Stott l emyer  s Smo k e h ouse € Tsunam i € Village Ca f e € The Water f ront Restauran t eatlikealocal.comFresh Florida SteampotMary Beth Hansen, Owner Paradise GrillThe Sarasota-Manatee Originals is a group of locally owned restaurants who share a passion for dining excellence and commitment to our community.Im an Originaladno=54529952

PAGE 70

Page 12 Saturday, April 7, 2018 adno=54529722

PAGE 71

Apple brings it home MichaelLiedtke;J.Paschke € AP Source:Company;SECfilings Quarterly dividend history Stock buybacks (in billions) Fiscal year Dividend payments (in billions)2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 $22.9 45.0 35.3 29.7 32.9 $10.6 11.1 11.6 12.2 12.9 May 17 Feb.18 May 16 Feb.17 May 15 Feb.16 May 14 Feb.15 May 13 Feb.14 Aug.12 Feb.13 $0.38 0.44 0.47 0.52 0.57 0.63Apple shareholders are eagerly waiting to find out how much Apple will raise its quarterly dividend as the company prepares to bring back a hoard of cash from overseas. The iPhone maker has been stowing more than $250 billion abroad to avoid U.S. taxes. Apple is changing that stance to seize upon a temporary break lowering the tax on foreign profits to 15.5 percent for this year only. The company already has set aside $38 billion to pay the U.S. taxes on the incoming overseas money, an amount that implies Apple will bring back about $245 billion „ or most of its overseas cash hoard. Management has promised to reveal its plans May 1, when Apple will also release its quarterly earnings. Analysts expect Apple to turn over a big chunk of that cash to its shareholders in the form of dividends and repurchases of its own stock. Since restoring its quarterly dividend in 2012 after a 17-year hiatus, Apple has raised the payment each year in increments ranging from 7 percent to 16 percent. Its up from a split-adjusted 38 cents to 63 cents now. Fat dividends ahead? Apple is taking advantage of a one-year window to repatriate billions held overseas. It will most likely use the cash to boost dividends and buy back stock.splitadjusted Source: FactSet Marley Jay; Alex Nieves € APInvestors fled Intel stock following a report Apple will stop using Intel  s chips to power its Mac computers, but experts say they might  ve been too hasty. Intel suffered its worst loss in two years after Bloomberg News reported Apple could start making its own chips in 2020. The stock dropped 6.1 percent as the broader market, and technology companies in particular, were battered by fears about rising trade tensions between China and the U.S. Intel recovered some of those loses Tuesday and Wednesday, but didn  t do as well as the rest of the market. Analysts said the move might save Apple money and make its products work better together. Apple has made its own chips for iPhones and other products for years. But they said it  s not such a big loss for Intel. Stifel analyst Kevin Cassidy said Intel got about 4 percent of its revenue from Apple last year and just 1 percent of its total profits. Christopher Danely of Citi Investment Research said the move might cost Intel 2 cents a share in 2020, as he thinks Apple will probably only be able to replace Intel chips in its lowest-performance computers.Apple sours on Intel in 2020. The stock a s t h e b roa d er og y companies t tere d loss for Intel. Stifel a n Intel g ot abo u f ro m p 25 35 45 $55 Intel (INTC) Apr. 1 2016: $32.45 Thursday  s close: $50.38 Parting waysIntel stock has surged more than 50 percent in the last two years, but investors were shaken by reports Apple might stop using Intel  s chips in Mac computers. 2016 2017 2018Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$500$1,000 REITs Copper Utilities stocks Investment-grade bonds European stocks High-yield bonds Health care stocks Asian stocks S&P 500 Small-cap stocks Emerging-market stocks Gold Technology stocks Oil 1-week percent change $1,000 invested at the end of last year ... ... today is worthPerformance benchmarks: industries sectors of the Standard & Poor  s 500 index; international stocks MSCI indexes; bond returns Barclays Capital and BofA Merrill Lynch indexes. Source: FactSet Data through Apr. 5-2.2 0.3 0.1 -0.2 0.9 0.9 -0.4 0.8 0.2 1.0 -0.3 0.6 1.6 0.4Oil slumped over 2 percent but remains the Derby  s best performing investment so far this year. Copper had a good week, while REITs remained the year  s worst performer to date.$1,000Derby StocksBonds Commodities% $1,052 1,038 1,015 1,011 1,008 1,001 1,001 995 994 992 982 973 932 923AP ProShsUlt ShtNasdBio ZBIO 12.08 +1.62 +15.5 +38.9 -37.5 UBS 3x Inverse Crude WTID 12.55 +1.60 +14.6 -2.7 -60.1 Citigp Vel Inv Crde DWT 11.59 +1.44 +14.2 -2.8 -59.3 Direx SOX Bear 3X SOXS 13.70 +1.64 +13.6 +36.6 -68.1 iPath Mid Term Fut VXZB 23.08 +2.56 +12.5 +14.7 ... USCF Short Oil USOD 9.22 +0.98 +11.9 -4.5 ... ProSh Ult Shrt Biotc BIS 23.44 +2.30 +10.9 +25.8 -23.6 CS VS 2x Vix ShTm TVIX 10.34 +0.92 +9.8 +56.7 -74.7 ProSh UltSh Semi SSG 9.40 +0.83 +9.7 +21.8 -52.6 ProShs UltSht Crude SCO 21.80 +1.85 +9.3 -1.5 -42.8 ProShs Ultra VIX ST UVXY 19.92 +1.39 +7.5 +45.7 -73.0 Citigroup GBP vs USD UGBP 30.07 +1.97 +7.0 +6.3 ... ProShs UltSht Brazil BZQ 7.52 +0.48 +6.8 +11.2 -46.4 E-Tracs Energy UBN 8.42 +0.52 +6.6 +6.6 +18.1 Vel Sh VIX SP500 46 BSWN 12.95 +0.76 +6.2 +32.8 -42.6 PwSh Base Met Short BOS 19.00 +1.10 +6.1 +6.1 -8.3 PwSh Crude DblSht DTO 77.82 +4.32 +5.9 -2.2 -38.3 ProShs UltPro ShtQQQ SQQQ 19.39 +1.06 +5.8 +29.1 -51.6 Direxion NatGas Bear GASX 29.86 +1.62 +5.7 +8.3 +7.7 Global X Uranium ETF URA 12.74 +0.67 +5.6 -3.2 -11.1 ProSh UltSh China 50 FXP 16.11 +0.83 +5.4 +11.8 -42.2 Pro UltPro ShtMid400 SMDD 10.60 +0.53 +5.3 +14.4 -35.1 ProShs Vix ST Fut VIXY 41.24 +2.09 +5.3 +30.2 -28.1 CS VS Vix ShtTerm VIIX 21.05 +1.05 +5.3 +30.3 -27.4 Barc iPath Vix ST VXX 49.76 +2.45 +5.2 +30.0 -27.4 CS VS 2x Vix MidTm TVIZ 13.75 +0.68 +5.2 +27.8 -38.4 Direx Euro STOXX 50 EUXL 24.87 +1.21 +5.1 -4.2 ... Colum India SCap SCIN 20.82 +1.00 +5.0 -0.7 +12.2 Direxion Mexico Bull MEXX 23.26 +1.09 +4.9 +1.5 ... ProSh UltSht Emkts EEV 8.01 +0.37 +4.8 +10.2 -39.4 ProSh UltSh Indls SIJ 17.63 +0.77 +4.6 +14.2 -31.1 Direx Russia Bear3x RUSS 17.95 +0.75 +4.4 +12.9 -41.4 US Short Oil Fd DNO 54.02 +2.30 +4.4 -0.6 -21.1 ProSh Ult Sh Jpn EWV 25.94 +1.10 +4.4 +1.8 -33.0 FstTr Canada FCAN 25.50 +1.05 +4.3 +3.0 +10.1 DBX UK HgdEqty DBUK 20.83 +0.85 +4.3 +3.3 +2.1 ProSh UltSh Tech REW 15.37 +0.61 +4.1 +19.4 -42.4 ProSh Ultra Sht QQQ QID 12.68 +0.49 +4.0 +19.2 -36.9 Direx S&P500Bear 3x SPXS 30.57 +1.11 +3.8 +19.8 -37.4 Direxion FinBear 3x FAZ 11.74 +0.42 +3.7 +19.3 -44.3 $CHG PCT RETURN FUNDS TICKER FRI 1WK 1WK 1MO 1YR The lubricant maker said higher commodity and other costs are hurting its profits. Another increase in trade tensions between the U.S. and China sent industrial companies downward on Friday. Financial companies declined Friday as interest rates turned lower. Stocks slumped Friday for the second time this week as trade tensions between the U.S. and China flared-up again, stoking investor jitters about a potential trade war that could derail the global economy. Caterpillar and other industrial stocks led the slide. 30 35 40 $45 JA FM Synchrony FinancialSYF Close: $33.81 -0.99 or -2.8% $26.01$40.59 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 4.3m (0.6x avg.) $26.5 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 14.0 1.7% 320 340 360 $380 JA FM Lockheed MartinLMT Close: $334.66 -11.99 or -3.5% $266.01$363.00 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 1.4m (0.9x avg.) $99.1 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 49.0 2.3% 110 120 130 $140 JA FM WD-40WDFC Close: $128.65 -4.35 or -3.3% $100.60$134.45 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 159.0k (2.4x avg.) $1.9 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 33.8 1.6% Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS Shire PLC SHPG 156.74 4.9 17.4 -10.0 90 0.7 Cenovus Energy CVE 9.36 9.6 14.6 -14.3 7 ... Contl Resources CLR 58.92 -0.1 13.6 32.3 cc ... Gol Linhas Inteleg GOL 14.11 8.6 12.4 109.5 ... ... Holly Frontier Corp HFC 52.26 7.0 12.3 100.1 13 2.5 Suncor Energy SU 36.11 4.5 10.9 20.4 ... ... China Petrol&Chem SNP 91.03 2.9 10.7 15.6 ... 4.1 lululemon athletica LULU 89.61 0.5 10.6 84.6 47 ... Ecopetrol SA EC 19.36 0.2 10.3 110.6 ... 0.8 Magna Intl MGA 58.58 4.0 9.9 51.5 10 2.3 PVH Corp PVH 156.73 3.5 9.5 56.6 20 0.1 Dollar General Corp DG 94.97 1.5 9.2 42.3 21 1.2 Agnico Eagle Mines AEM 42.55 1.1 8.9 -4.9 40 ... Cdn Nat Res CNQ 33.02 4.9 8.8 4.7 ... ... ENI SpA E 36.47 3.2 8.7 19.3 dd 3.5 Apache Corp APA 38.34 -0.4 8.6 -23.1 24 2.6 BeiGene Ltd BGNE 164.48 -2.1 8.2 350.5 dd ... Goldcorp Inc GG 14.05 1.7 8.0 -5.1 19 1.7 FRIDAY %CHG %CHG %RTN COMPANY TICKER CLOSE 1WK 1MO 1YR PE YLDBEST MID-CAP STOCKS Guess Inc GES 22.68 10.6 51.4 125.9 cc 4.0 Mulesoft Inc MULE 44.01 0.1 30.5 84.0 ... ... Myovant Sciences Ltd MYOV 21.20 -0.3 30.1 93.3 dd ... Caleres Inc CAL 34.78 3.5 22.9 42.9 17 0.8 Abercromb Fitch ANF 27.35 13.0 22.6 158.7 dd 2.9 CommVault Systems CVLT 66.35 16.0 20.5 32.7 ... ... Tailored Brands TLRD 28.31 13.0 20.2 110.5 16 2.5 Floor & Decor Hodlg FND 55.86 7.2 19.8 -999.0 58 ... Hailiang Educ Grp HLG 76.54 1.7 19.6 741.3 ... ... Denbury Res DNR 2.78 1.5 18.3 17.8 dd ... Semtech Corp SMTC 40.90 4.7 18.2 26.5 50 ... Heron Therapeutics HRTX 26.75 -3.1 17.6 106.7 dd ... Oclaro Inc OCLR 9.23 -3.5 17.6 9.4 11 ... NovaGold Resources NG 4.65 7.4 17.4 -9.3 dd ... Crocs Inc CROX 16.58 2.0 16.9 163.6 dd ... DexCom Inc DXCM 70.15 -5.4 16.7 -9.7 dd ... LGI Homes Inc LGIH 73.21 3.7 16.5 119.3 15 ... Buckle Inc BKE 22.55 1.8 15.6 60.9 12 4.4BEST SMALL-CAP STOCKS BlueLinx Holdings BXC 35.86 10.0 127.1 324.3 11 ... CASI Pharmaceuticals CASI 7.01 68.1 111.8 373.1 dd ... Seven Stars Cloud Gp SSC 3.05 43.2 86.0 11.5 dd ... Innovate Biopharma INNT 27.68 1.1 85.8 195.3 ... ... Marrone Bio Innov MBII 3.25 62.5 83.7 49.2 dd ... Allena Pharmaceuticl ALNA 12.67 15.0 78.7 -999.0 ... ... Klondex Mines Ltd KLDX 2.35 0.0 66.7 -38.0 ... ... ArQule Inc ARQL 2.85 -1.0 58.3 213.8 dd ... Quorum Health Corp QHC 9.80 19.8 58.3 95.0 ... ... Newater Technology NEWA 23.79 14.9 55.0 -999.0 ... ... Fennec Pharmaceuticl FENC 14.07 16.3 49.7 282.1 ... ... Ampio Pharmaceutical AMPE 3.60 5.9 48.8 506.3 ... ... CareDx Inc CDNA 8.53 7.0 48.6 605.8 dd ... Citi Trends Inc CTRN 32.00 3.5 46.7 100.8 31 1.0 ShotSpotter Inc SSTI 31.88 20.3 45.9 -999.0 ... ... Tandem Diabetes Cre TNDM 5.75 15.9 45.9 -52.0 dd ... New York & Co NWY 3.98 17.8 44.2 141.0 dd ... Avid Bioservices CDMO 3.35 14.7 43.8 -23.5 ... ...Industry Rankings 1. Utilities -0.2 2.9 -1.9 (^$#@6542 | -1.4 2. Oil & Gas -0.3 -0.9 -10.1 *^%$#!8643 | -4.1 3. Consumer Goods 0.5 -3.4 -6.7 (&^$! | 631 0.9 4. Telecommunications -0.4 -3.7 -8.0 97641 | -8.6 5. Consumer Services -1.1 -5.7 -2.1 (&^$! | 993 12.3 DJ Total Market index -1.4 -6.4 -4.8 (&^$! | 9865431 10.6 6. Financials -1.4 -6.6 -3.9 (&^$! | 987654 12.0 7. Industrials -2.2 -6.9 -6.4 (&^$! | 99632 13.1 8. Health Care -1.9 -7.6 -5.9 (&^$! | 97641 8.6 9. Basic Material -0.4 -7.9 -9.9 (&^$! | 96432 7.2 10. Technology -2.2 -9.5 -2.9 (&^$! | 99986531 22.6 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Real Estate -0.5 -0.2 -5.4 (&%!64 | -5.1 American Realty Inv ARL -6.0 +27.8 +43.5 (&^%$@ | 9996 +129.3 Investors Real Est IRET +2.5 +27.7 +9.5 (&$#6431 | -5.7 NorthStr Rlty Europe NRE +1.2 +24.0 +1.3 (&^%$@ | 86432 +21.8 BRT Realty BRT +2.0 +14.4 -1.4 (&^%$@ | 9854 +51.0 Nonlife Insurance -1.7 -6.1 -1.6 (&^%$@ | 7621 12.4 Ambac Fincl Grp AMBC +3.3 +7.9 +1.4 ($#76431 | -13.7 Maiden Holdings MHLD +5.4 +7.9 +0.7 976542 | -47.3 MBIA Inc MBI -0.3 +7.8 +19.9 (&^%$@ | 73 +8.6 Aspen Insurance Hld AHL -1.7 +6.8 +10.3 (^!754 | -11.1 Life Insurance -1.6 -6.6 -11.6 (&^%$@ | 31 0.7 Independence Hold IHC +2.2 +17.6 +33.3 (&^%$@ | 9996 +101.7 Employers Holdings EIG +1.1 +1.0 -6.5 (&^%$@ | 76432 +13.8 Assurant Inc AIZ -2.0 -1.4 -11.7 (&^%#@!21 | -0.4 Aegon NV AEG +0.3 -1.7 +5.8 (&^%$@ | 975321 +42.9 General Financial -2.3 -8.1 -2.4 (&^%$@ | 8741 25.2 Walker & Dunlop WD -0.2 +13.0 +23.6 (&^%$@ | 9764 +45.0 Performant Financial PFMT +4.7 +10.2 +80.5 (&^%$@ | 8532 +18.8 Virtu Financial Inc VIRT +8.2 +7.5 +91.4 (&^%$@ | 9996 +132.7 Stewart Info STC +0.1 +7.4 -2.6 (&^%$@ | 64321 +5.9 Banks -0.9 -9.1 -4.5 (&^%$@ | 7654 15.1 United Community Bnc UCBA +1.8 +27.0 +19.9 (&^%$@ | 976543 +47.5 Coastway Bancorp CWAY 0.0 +23.9 +23.9 (&^%$@ | 986531 +54.7 1st Constitution Bcp FCCY +0.2 +11.2 +19.8 (&^%$@ | 854 +19.1 Auburn Natl Bcp AUBN -1.0 +8.7 +3.6 (&^%$@ | 85 +18.1Financials sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. Bar chart for stocks with annual returns of more than 100 percent not shown to scale. Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 72

A -:A-MarkPM Q AMRK .32 2.7 40 18.83 10.39 7 12.02 38 12.81 11.99 -.23 -18.0 AAC Hldgs N AAC 13.06 5.99 59 11.46 365 11.82 10.82 -.02 +27.3 AAON Q AAON .26 .8 36 40.25 29.95 261 34.30 1389 39.03 34.05 -4.70 -6.5 AAR N AIR .30 .7 25 45.60 32.57 335 43.23 1546 44.23 42.00 -.88 +10.0tABB Ltd N ABB .76e 3.4 28.67 21.92 2191 22.32 14489 23.75 21.92 -.59 -16.8tABM N ABM .70 2.1 20 45.12 32.35 676 32.63 3201 33.79 32.34 -.67 -13.5 AC Immun n Q ACIU 13.91 6.03 48 9.01 269 11.24 9.00 -1.33 -29.6 ACI Wwde Q ACIW 26.37 20.23 599 23.88 3424 24.26 22.96 +.16 +5.3 ACM Rsc n Q ACMR 15.60 4.74 12 11.80 139 12.83 11.80 -.50 +124.8 ACNB Cp Q ACNB .92f 3.3 15 31.60 24.45 6 28.25 30 29.45 28.05 -1.00 -4.4 AES Corp N AES .52f 4.6 10 12.05 9.86 6935 11.42 51701 11.57 11.19 +.05 +5.4 AFLAC s N AFL 14 45.88 36.41 3571 43.37 22628 44.49 42.42 -.39 AG MtgeIT N MITT 1.90 10.9 6 19.95 16.31 76 17.38 506 17.61 17.00 +.01 -8.6 AG Mtg pfA N MITTpA 2.06 8.2 25.91 24.88 2 25.24 10 25.53 25.16 -.14 -.4 AG Mtg pfB N MITTpB 2.00 8.0 25.65 24.50 5 24.95 34 25.20 24.90 -.12 -1.5 AGCO N AGCO .60 .9 28 75.95 58.01 554 64.76 3831 66.77 62.82 -.09 -9.3 AGNC Inv Q AGNC 2.16 11.4 10 22.34 17.84 3345 18.95 15721 19.07 18.64 +.03 -6.1 AGNC pfB Q AGNCB 1.94 7.5 26.87 25.28 6 25.70 49 25.84 25.62 -.02 -.5 AGNC pfC Q AGNCN 1.75 6.9 26.79 24.95 26 25.45 117 25.59 25.30 -.03 -1.0 AH Belo N AHC .32 6.2 6.40 4.35 11 5.20 120 5.25 5.10 +.05 +8.3 AK Steel N AKS 12 7.70 4.00 12568 4.37 55791 4.65 4.32 -.16 -22.8 ALJ Reg n Q ALJJ 3.79 1.82 23 2.14 116 2.31 2.08 +.04 -32.1 AMAG Ph Q AMAG 24.85 11.93 689 20.55 4408 21.35 19.00 +.40 +55.1 AMC Ent N AMC .80 4.9 31.45 10.80 2309 16.45 12405 16.80 13.95 +2.40 +8.9 AMC Net Q AMCX 11 67.44 46.89 425 51.67 2871 52.20 50.34 -.03 -4.5 AMN Hlth N AMN 23 60.80 34.71 567 58.10 2396 59.20 55.70 +1.35 +18.0 ANGI Hme Q ANGI 15.77 5.28 566 13.32 3053 13.74 12.99 -.26 +27.3 ANI Ph h Q ANIP 24 74.70 42.23 54 57.06 344 60.79 56.07 -1.16 -11.5tARC Docu N ARC 14 4.84 2.05 174 2.10 810 2.25 2.05 -.10 -17.6 ARC Grp Q ARCW 4.25 1.80 33 2.05 141 2.10 1.90 -2.4 ARCAbio rs Q ABIO 2.76 .45 235 .51 1743 .53 .46 +.01 -62.1 ARMO Bi n Q ARMO 57.19 27.00 233 35.89 732 42.30 35.63 -1.52 +20.7 ASA Gold N ASA .04e .4 13.11 10.12 90 10.45 552 10.61 10.30 +.03 -7.7 ASML Hld Q ASML 1.71e .9 39 216.00 126.03 837 194.63 5281 200.93 190.63 -3.93 +12.0 ASV Hld n Q ASV 10.80 6.60 36 7.00 54 7.25 6.79 -.26 -31.0 AT&T Inc N T 2.00f 5.6 13 40.76 32.55 24935 35.63 116699 36.21 34.83 -.02 -8.4 AT&T 66 n N TBB 26.72 24.65 132 25.23 708 25.49 25.20 -.17 -3.3 ATA Inc Q ATAI .41e 7.7 6.62 3.04 14 5.30 76 5.39 5.07 +.10 +14.7 ATN Intl Q ATNI .68 1.1 73.99 49.50 54 60.73 386 61.87 57.07 +1.11 +9.9tA10 Ntwks N ATEN 9.75 5.63 269 5.87 1513 6.06 5.63 +.05 -24.0 AU Optron N AUO .18e 5.35 3.62 797 4.64 3595 4.72 4.55 +.07 +11.5 AV Homes Q AVHI 5 20.50 14.65 112 19.00 625 19.60 17.83 +.45 +14.1 AVX Cp N AVX .46 2.9 20.22 15.96 403 16.08 1115 16.66 15.98 -.47 -7.1 AXT Inc Q AXTI 27 10.75 5.50 368 6.95 1514 7.33 6.88 -.30 -20.1 AZZ Inc N AZZ .68 1.6 24 61.55 40.00 73 43.35 654 44.60 42.00 -.35 -15.2 Aarons N AAN .12f .3 11 49.77 29.97 581 46.80 4107 48.79 45.83 +.20 +17.4 Abaxis Q ABAX .64 .9 64 78.53 43.66 123 68.85 574 71.49 67.77 -1.77 +39.0 AbbottLab N ABT 1.12 1.9 25 64.60 42.31 7446 57.57 34555 60.15 56.99 -2.35 +.9 AbbVie N ABBV 2.84 3.2 18 125.86 63.12 6753 89.78 42178 94.64 88.22 -4.87 -7.2 AbeonaTh Q ABEO 22.75 4.55 588 14.00 3721 15.20 13.76 -.35 -11.7sAberFitc N ANF .80 2.9 26.81 8.81 4714 27.35 18221 27.54 23.27 +3.14 +56.9tAbdAsPac A FAX .42 8.9 5.29 4.65 664 4.70 4924 4.75 4.65 -.05 -3.8 AbdAustEq A IAF .70e 11.6 6.77 5.80 46 6.03 236 6.19 5.96 -.01 -5.3 AbdnChile A CH .58e 6.4 9.64 6.85 8 9.08 74 9.19 8.91 +.05 +1.7 AbdGlbInc A FCO .84 9.7 9.48 8.40 33 8.65 125 8.67 8.46 +.08 -1.9 AbdEMSmC A ABE .21e 1.4 15.82 12.70 4 14.79 27 14.92 14.58 -.01 +1.7 AbdGChina N GCH .03e .2 14.02 10.43 15 13.37 45 13.39 12.97 -.11 +7.3 AbdnIndo A IF .52e 8.18 7.14 6 7.33 78 7.43 7.15 +.04 -4.1 AbdnIsrael A ISL .35e 1.0 21.97 17.39 73 19.07 90 19.42 18.43 -.41 -.3 AbdJapnEq N JEQ .48e .7 9.89 7.97 21 9.13 109 9.27 9.06 -.03 +1.2 AbdnLatA A LAQ 1.21e 1.7 30.00 22.26 6 27.41 44 27.72 26.70 +.03 +2.6 AbSingaFd N SGF 1.09e 8.3 13.67 10.68 12 13.06 70 13.41 12.85 -.20 +5.2tAbility rs Q ABIL 20.00 2.37 44 2.73 194 3.32 2.37 -.55 -38.0 Abiomed Q ABMD 304.28 117.37 335 286.22 2189 297.00 274.23 -4.77 +52.7 Ablynx n Q ABLX 55.01 17.75 34 54.61 208 54.85 54.28 +.05 +118.5 Abraxas Q AXAS 57 2.75 1.45 888 2.28 4927 2.38 2.11 +.06 -7.3 AcaciaC n Q ACIA 40 61.15 33.68 316 35.89 2204 38.85 34.32 -2.57 -.9 AcaciaTc Q ACTG .50 14.3 5.75 2.90 91 3.50 837 3.70 3.30 -13.6 AcadiaHlt Q ACHC 17 54.34 26.92 436 39.46 4646 41.08 37.95 +.28 +20.9tAcadiaPh Q ACAD 41.20 20.62 1128 21.53 10545 22.56 20.62 -.94 -28.5 AcadiaRlt N AKR 1.08f 4.4 21 32.02 21.34 966 24.35 3582 25.03 23.95 -.25 -11.0 Acasti g rs Q ACST 3.36 .84 203 1.10 2221 1.19 1.00 +.08 +16.6 AccelrDiag Q AXDX 30.45 16.75 323 23.25 1047 23.75 22.00 +.40 -11.3 Acceleron Q XLRN 46.93 24.37 323 36.47 2190 39.59 36.04 -2.63 -14.1 Accenture N ACN 2.66 1.8 26 165.58 114.82 1921 147.38 13608 152.07 146.05 -6.12 -3.7 AccessNt Q ANCX .60 2.1 32 32.70 24.36 58 28.55 303 28.97 27.80 +.02 +2.6 AccoBrds N ACCO .06p 22 14.75 10.35 357 12.85 3493 13.15 12.32 +.30 +5.3 Accuray Q ARAY 6.15 3.60 337 4.70 2410 5.00 4.50 -.30 +9.3 AcelRx Q ACRX 5.75 1.55 214 2.20 1120 2.25 2.10 +.10 +8.6 AcerTh rs Q ACER 22.63 5.70 20 19.04 46 19.83 17.50 -.23 +37.5 AcetoCorp Q ACET .26 3.5 18 17.10 6.87 336 7.36 2174 7.59 6.92 -.24 -28.8 Achaogen Q AKAO 27.49 9.83 1130 12.15 5594 13.23 12.02 -.80 +13.1 AchvLfS rs Q ACHV 6.27 1.15 36 1.27 135 1.34 1.25 -5.4 Achillion Q ACHN 5.66 2.58 1057 3.49 7415 3.71 3.41 -.22 +21.2tAclarisTh n Q ACRS 33.10 16.01 194 16.46 1219 17.45 16.01 -1.06 -33.3 AcmeU A ACU .44 2.0 21 29.49 19.00 1 22.10 9 23.27 21.17 +1.26 -5.6 AcordaTh Q ACOR 29.60 13.60 337 22.75 2356 24.10 22.05 -.90 +6.1 AcornInt rs N ATV 21.84 8.95 1 19.52 11 20.29 18.58 -.10 +10.7 ActiniumP A ATNM 1.61 .35 618 .39 7167 .42 .35 +.02 -41.7 Act TxR n N TAXR 22.50 19.42 11 20.78 28 21.31 20.35 -.23 -2.8 ActivsBliz Q ATVI .34f .5 44 79.63 48.41 4598 64.56 32142 67.66 63.52 -2.90 +2.0 Actuant N ATU .04 .2 71 27.95 21.50 317 22.75 2599 23.63 22.03 -.50 -10.1tAcuity N AYI .52 .4 15 208.83 119.02 985 131.83 7919 139.34 119.02 -7.36 -25.1 Acushnet n N GOLF 24.41 15.16 229 23.85 1499 24.37 22.41 +.76 +13.1 Acxiom Q ACXM 32.93 18.60 1107 22.90 9844 24.59 21.35 +.19 -16.9 AdamasPh Q ADMS 44.00 13.50 622 22.94 3120 25.65 22.73 -.96 -32.3 AdamisPh Q ADMP 6.45 2.35 260 3.45 1673 3.55 3.25 -.05 -21.6 AdaDvsEq N ADX 1.32e 1.4 16.11 13.65 334 14.61 1353 14.96 14.38 -.16 -2.8 AdamsNR N PEO 1.32e 1.1 21.48 16.90 73 18.16 390 18.55 17.67 -.05 -8.5 AdmRsc A AE .88 2.0 50.59 32.80 2 44.30 19 44.79 41.74 +.80 +1.8 Adaptim n Q ADAP 13.41 4.28 607 10.42 2851 11.79 10.20 -.81 +56.0sAddusHmC Q ADUS 45 53.35 30.70 53 52.25 419 53.35 47.25 +3.60 +50.1tADDvtgTch Q AEY 2.33 1.26 5 1.29 27 1.30 1.26 +.01 -12.2tAdecaogro N AGRO 11.92 7.22 599 8.09 3497 8.22 7.22 +.57 -21.8 AdestoTc n Q IOTS 9.20 3.71 106 7.60 434 7.75 7.05 +.20 +17.8 Adient n N ADNT 1.10 1.7 86.42 57.40 750 63.92 3864 64.54 58.44 +4.16 -18.8 AdmaBio Q ADMA 5.44 2.01 115 5.19 452 5.25 4.16 +.59 +61.7 AdobeSy Q ADBE 64 231.34 128.21 2962 218.61 18806 228.80 207.22 +2.53 +24.7tAdomani n Q ADOM 18.31 .83 54 .95 395 1.18 .83 -.23 -78.4 AdtalemGl N ATGE .36 .7 19 50.00 30.15 384 48.05 1683 48.48 46.30 +.50 +14.3tAdtran Q ADTN .36 2.4 22 25.10 14.80 522 14.90 1957 15.65 14.80 -.65 -23.0 AduroBio n Q ADRO 14.05 5.83 418 8.05 2776 9.28 7.98 -1.25 +7.3 AdvAuto N AAP .24 .2 21 151.72 78.81 1291 111.91 6244 119.18 108.95 -6.64 +12.3 AdvDisp n N ADSW 25.71 20.94 388 22.33 2037 22.75 21.90 +.05 -6.7 AdvDrainS N WMS .28 1.1 22 28.15 17.90 289 25.15 1128 26.13 24.40 -.75 +5.5 AdvEmis n Q ADES 1.00 9.0 3 12.20 7.00 185 11.07 711 11.78 11.01 -.35 +14.6tAdvEnId Q AEIS 18 95.00 60.06 285 61.33 2372 64.06 60.06 -2.57 -9.1tAMD Q AMD 15.65 9.04 51018 9.61 307489 10.20 9.04 -.44 -6.5 AdvSemi N ASX .25e 3.5 7.52 5.86 640 7.05 2906 7.24 7.02 -.21 +8.8 Advansx n N ASIX 46.51 24.72 261 35.66 1282 36.76 33.26 +.88 -15.2 AdvOil&Gs N AAV 6 7.35 2.70 795 3.10 2516 3.30 2.85 +.15 -27.9tAdvaxis Q ADXS 9.55 1.51 401 1.69 3829 1.79 1.51 -40.5 AdvClayCv N AVK 1.13 7.5 16.80 14.62 91 14.97 412 15.14 14.74 -.11 -5.7 AdvCCvII N AGC .56 10.0 6.49 5.40 354 5.58 847 5.62 5.46 -.02 -6.8tAdvClEnh N LCM .84 10.8 8.90 7.73 48 7.81 165 7.96 7.73 -.11 -6.3 AdverumBi Q ADVM 8.59 2.40 594 5.45 2756 6.00 5.38 -.35 +55.7 AdSDorWr N AADR .32e .6 64.00 45.76 14 57.68 201 58.96 56.12 -1.07 -2.0 AdvPerHY N HYLD 3.54e 9.6 36.99 35.54 7 36.93 280 36.94 36.45 +.29 +2.2 AdvS Vice n Q ACT 29.50 24.23 20 25.06 51 25.51 24.33 +.02 -4.4tAdSNewT n N FNG 24.13 19.60 20 20.04 226 20.69 19.60 -.73 -6.7 AdvNfltMS N MINC 1.34e 2.8 48.92 47.95 20 48.01 64 48.08 47.98 -.03 -.8 AdvSStarG N VEGA 31.97 27.67 2 30.28 5 30.38 29.72 -.29 -1.8 AdvTrTabs N TTFS .47e .7 75.63 63.07 3 67.19 17 69.06 66.54 -1.29 -6.0 AdMadGBd N FWDB .73e 2.8 27.29 24.20 2 25.69 3 25.72 25.44 +.12 -.7 AdMadIntl N FWDI .37e 1.2 33.10 25.83 2 31.33 3 31.62 31.04 +.29 +.8 AdMadDm N FWDD .18e .3 57.19 46.53 2 51.85 4 53.10 51.11 -.67 -3.0 AdvActBear N HDGE 9.21 7.43 469 8.30 3208 8.47 8.13 +.04 +5.9 Aecom N ACM 11 39.90 30.15 415 34.97 3245 36.29 34.39 -.66 -5.9 AegeanMP N ANW .08 3.6 6 13.00 1.75 310 2.25 2052 2.45 2.10 -47.7 Aegion Q AEGN 18 28.19 19.11 115 22.79 643 23.80 22.06 -.12 -10.4 AegleaBio n Q AGLE 11.35 2.81 72 8.92 388 10.73 8.75 -1.00 +64.9 Aegon N AEG .25e 3.7 7.03 4.73 1804 6.79 6890 6.89 6.59 +.02 +7.8 Aegon cap N AEH 1.59 6.2 26.32 25.40 22 25.78 133 25.85 25.55 -.06 -.2 Aegon 6.5 N AED 1.63 6.2 26.47 24.55 7 26.08 97 26.21 25.89 -.14 +.5 Aegon flt N AEB .77 3.1 25.44 23.55 12 25.05 83 25.06 24.60 +.10 +3.6tAegon42 N AEK 2.00 7.8 27.04 25.54 63 25.62 457 26.73 25.50 -.89 -3.4tAehrTest h Q AEHR 5.04 2.12 152 2.29 1191 2.42 2.12 +.04 -15.5 Aemetis Q AMTX 3.12 .45 124 1.45 1222 1.77 1.43 -.25 +163.6 AerCap N AER 8 55.67 42.35 1372 51.43 6753 52.58 50.03 +.71 -2.2 AeriePhm Q AERI 66.60 38.14 232 50.25 1671 54.80 50.00 -4.00 -15.9 Aerocntry A ACY 3 17.34 9.65 0 15.90 16 17.05 15.40 -1.40 +4.3 AerohiveN N HIVE 6.50 3.02 233 3.87 1425 4.04 3.55 -.17 -33.6 AerojetR N AJRD 36.25 20.06 534 28.09 3273 28.67 27.52 +.12 -10.0 AeroViron Q AVAV 51 58.99 26.93 190 45.08 1228 46.85 44.68 -.43 -19.7 AEtern g rs Q AEZS 3.75 .78 115 1.35 990 1.49 1.12 -.11 -42.8 Aethlon rs Q AEMD 3.85 .79 124 1.26 1523 1.55 1.19 +.07 +11.5 Aetna N AET 2.00 1.2 17 194.40 127.86 2843 170.38 11728 173.12 166.89 +1.38 -5.5 AeviGeno Q GNMX 2.65 .98 99 1.83 426 2.05 1.76 -.18 +52.5 AffilMgrs N AMG 1.20 .7 15 216.99 148.81 453 176.44 2196 187.53 174.37 -13.14 -14.0 AfmedNV Q AFMD 2.85 1.15 222 2.10 1856 2.30 1.85 +.25 +61.5 Agenus Q AGEN 6.19 3.20 1039 4.46 6426 4.75 4.41 -.25 +36.8 AgileThera Q AGRX 5.60 1.93 132 2.67 610 2.94 2.44 +.10 -.7 Agilent N A .60 .9 75 75.00 52.31 3255 63.65 15987 66.97 63.38 -3.10 -5.0 Agilysys Q AGYS 13.00 9.08 28 12.36 217 12.46 11.58 +.44 +.7 AgiosPhm Q AGIO 87.00 45.11 270 73.22 2459 80.57 72.14 -8.56 +28.1 Agnico g N AEM .44f 40 51.86 37.35 1430 42.55 5726 43.07 41.16 +.48 -7.9 AgreeRlt N ADC 2.08 4.2 22 53.65 43.74 323 49.50 1323 49.83 47.28 +1.46 -3.8 AgroFresh Q AGFS 15 9.05 4.13 142 7.26 538 7.47 7.03 -.09 -1.9tAileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 6.22 34 6.37 136 8.08 6.22 -1.76 -39.6 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 15.97 448 29.41 4848 31.89 27.01 -2.42 -22.2 Air Inds A AIRI .60 41.4 3.73 1.15 32 1.45 212 1.64 1.45 -.09 -14.2 AirLease N AL .40 1.0 5 50.70 34.42 1325 41.52 4434 44.14 40.90 -1.10 -13.7 AirProd N APD 4.40f 2.8 24 175.17 134.17 795 159.96 5542 164.85 155.20 +.93 -2.5 AirTrnsp Q ATSG 27.67 15.78 227 23.14 1573 23.96 22.26 -.18 tAirMedia Q AMCN 3.30 .68 151 .79 2265 .87 .68 -.08 -31.5 Aircastle N AYR 1.12 5.7 8 25.30 18.97 320 19.79 2340 20.80 19.49 -.07 -15.4 Airgain n Q AIRG 47 16.23 7.31 8 7.92 99 8.28 7.40 +.18 -11.9 AkamaiT Q AKAM 55 78.28 44.65 1434 69.34 7829 72.59 68.50 -1.64 +6.6 AkariTh rs Q AKTX 22.20 1.70 48 2.01 306 2.08 1.80 +.19 -53.6 AkceaTh n Q AKCA 33.99 8.10 265 21.62 1302 26.98 21.42 -3.99 +24.5 AkebiaTher Q AKBA 20.25 8.69 863 9.54 3506 10.04 9.17 +.01 -35.8 AkersBios Q AKER 2.10 .12 7877 .61 78400 .90 .52 -.22 +352.2 Akorn Inc Q AKRX 20 34.00 16.79 4097 18.39 9143 19.61 18.19 -.32 -42.9 Akoustis n Q AKTS 13.01 4.91 92 5.38 720 5.81 5.21 -.45 -13.6 AlaPw pf Q N ALPpQ 1.25 4.9 27.05 24.49 10 25.40 71 25.58 25.29 +.02 -4.4 AlamoGp N ALG .44f .4 30 120.58 71.67 88 114.38 349 116.85 108.15 +4.48 +1.3 AlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.83 1635 5.49 10797 5.50 5.14 +.28 -15.7 Alarm.cm n Q ALRM 45 49.49 29.95 400 38.52 1948 39.50 36.37 +.78 +2.0tAlaskaAir N ALK 1.28f 2.1 7 95.75 57.60 2193 60.77 13455 62.34 57.60 -1.19 -17.3tAlaskCom Q ALSK 2.91 1.65 80 1.75 564 1.82 1.65 -.05 -34.7 AlbnyIn N AIN .68 1.1 48 68.85 43.85 88 63.45 484 65.05 61.50 +.75 +3.3tAlbemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.5 20 144.99 86.75 2708 91.80 11756 98.49 86.75 -.94 -28.2 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 15.31 28 31.77 174 34.21 30.43 -.80 +24.1 Alcentra Q ABDC .72m 10.1 14.73 5.93 61 7.16 425 7.25 6.88 +.20 -14.7 Alcoa Cp N AA 16 57.50 29.55 4066 48.05 16956 48.74 43.80 +3.09 -10.8 AlderBioPh Q ALDR 22.50 8.60 968 12.60 5703 13.15 12.20 -.10 +10.0 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.80 62 7.00 319 7.50 6.80 -.50 +2.9 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.2 30.35 21.78 605 23.01 1902 23.46 22.57 -.12 -17.1 Alexanders N ALX 18.00f 4.6 18 440.50 332.98 3 388.65 33 397.00 379.46 +7.42 -1.8 AlexREE N ARE 3.60 2.9 32 134.37 111.59 456 122.07 2852 125.12 120.58 -2.82 -6.5 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 4.9 37.59 33.99 35.54 4 35.54 35.00 -.39 -3.9 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.10 129 1.40 998 1.45 1.32 +.05 -11.9 Alexion lf Q ALXN 42 149.34 96.18 2381 109.24 9440 112.41 106.10 -2.22 -8.7 AlgonPw n N AQN .47 11.34 9.39 298 9.91 1545 10.05 9.87 -.01 -11.2 Alibaba N BABA 47 206.20 108.84 18187 167.52 103382 183.51 166.13 -16.02 -2.8 Alico Q ALCO .24 .8 40 34.80 25.55 6 29.55 37 29.60 26.85 +2.35 +.2 AlignTech Q ALGN 287.32 113.40 910 245.23 4700 259.73 238.17 -5.90 +10.4 AlimeraSci Q ALIM 1.70 1.01 32 1.05 231 1.06 1.01 +.02 -21.1 Alio Gld rs A ALO 6.06 1.70 188 2.04 1563 2.14 1.80 +.09 -44.4tAlkermes Q ALKS 71.22 41.15 1311 42.18 16042 48.60 41.15 -15.78 -22.9 AllegCp N Y 639.42 521.07 78 592.02 311 618.00 588.61 -22.42 -.7 AllegTch N ATI 30.25 14.54 1842 23.85 8122 24.94 22.93 +.17 -1.2 AllgnceBc n Q ABTX 31 42.60 31.75 34 40.20 233 40.85 38.15 +1.05 +6.8 AllegiantT Q ALGT 2.80 1.6 14 181.45 111.54 108 172.50 914 177.00 168.65 -.05 +11.5 Allegion N ALLE .84 1.0 89.81 74.40 562 84.75 3869 86.66 82.25 -.54 +6.5sAllenaPh n Q ALNA 17.56 6.13 234 12.67 1872 17.56 11.80 +1.65 +25.9 Allergan N AGN 2.88f 1.8 8 256.80 142.81 2039 161.52 11551 168.29 158.43 -6.77 -1.3 Allete N ALE 2.24f 3.1 21 81.24 66.64 345 71.72 1398 72.66 70.40 -.53 -3.6 AlliCAMun N AKP .70 5.5 14.02 12.49 8 12.71 107 12.74 12.60 +.04 -6.5tAlliData N ADS 2.28f 1.1 13 278.33 203.67 769 205.75 4235 214.04 203.67 -7.11 -18.8 AlliHold Q AHGP 2.97f 12.2 8 31.79 22.71 65 24.32 556 25.32 24.11 -.69 -9.2 All MMA n Q AMMA 3.38 .40 96 .49 544 .53 .43 +.04 -57.8 AlliBNtlMu N AFB .75 6.0 14.22 12.39 60 12.54 491 12.64 12.49 +.08 -6.4 AlliOne rs N AOI 30.70 9.85 213 27.20 1477 29.45 25.55 +1.15 +105.3tAllnceRes Q ARLP 2.04f 12.1 5 23.45 16.90 178 16.85 1191 17.80 16.75 -.80 -14.5tAlliBGlbHi N AWF .84 7.1 13.12 11.82 198 11.79 890 11.93 11.78 -.03 -7.6 AlliBern N AB 2.13e 8.1 12 28.15 20.40 342 26.35 1338 27.00 25.95 -.50 +5.2 AlliantEg s N LNT 1.34f 3.3 21 45.52 36.84 2150 41.02 9931 41.45 40.34 +.16 -3.7 AlliGlCvInc N NCV .78 11.3 7.28 6.41 367 6.88 1669 6.89 6.71 +.16 -2.1 AlliGblCv2 N NCZ .69 11.5 6.49 5.70 190 6.02 1330 6.06 5.87 +.07 -3.1 AlliNFJDv N NFJ 1.20 9.6 13.81 12.29 299 12.53 1526 12.71 12.42 -.17 -4.0 AlliGlEqCv N NIE 1.52 7.4 22.60 19.03 101 20.59 479 20.93 20.11 -.10 -2.6 Allz24Tgt n N CBH 10.05 8.75 46 9.21 125 9.29 9.18 -.01 +1.2sAllnzgDI&Cv N ACV 2.00 8.8 23.19 19.95 72 22.83 274 23.58 21.80 +.16 +4.5 AlldCap47 N AFC 1.72 6.8 26.24 25.14 1 25.43 39 25.52 25.29 +.01 -.2 AldHlPrd rs Q AHPI 5.25 1.53 4 2.46 171 2.81 2.32 -.39 +17.7 AlliedMot Q AMOT .10 .3 44 42.70 19.89 59 38.09 383 40.32 36.60 -1.66 +15.1 Alliqua rs Q ALQA 5.33 1.58 53 2.17 152 2.19 1.89 +.23 +19.8 AllisonTrn N ALSN .60 1.6 17 45.69 32.93 1088 38.24 8368 39.79 37.66 -.82 -11.2 AllotComm Q ALLT 6.09 4.54 10 5.17 81 5.46 5.17 -.21 -3.0tAllscriptH Q MDRX 16.13 10.78 2152 12.13 11957 12.42 10.78 -.22 -16.6 Allstate N ALL 1.84f 1.9 14 105.36 79.09 2160 95.90 10663 97.78 92.11 +1.10 -8.4 Allstat pfA N ALLpA 1.41 5.6 26.43 24.63 7 25.33 72 25.37 25.07 -.05 -1.1 Allstate 53 N ALLpB 1.28 4.8 28.29 25.10 13 26.33 106 26.78 26.13 -.38 +.3tAllstat pfC N ALLpC 1.69 6.6 27.74 25.48 23 25.59 297 25.70 25.48 -.11 -1.7 Allstat pfD N ALLpD 1.66 6.4 27.98 25.60 8 25.86 41 25.94 25.80 -.02 -2.0 Allstat pfE N ALLpE 1.66 6.4 27.74 25.70 29 25.98 230 25.98 25.80 +.02 -1.0 Allstat pfF N ALLpF 1.56 6.0 27.92 25.02 28 25.93 56 26.17 25.78 -.14 -2.5 AllyFincl N ALLY .52f 2.0 12 31.29 18.11 1512 26.62 11598 27.36 26.07 -.53 -8.7 AlmadM n A AAU 1.75 .71 87 .79 511 .85 .79 -.05 -23.0 AlnylamP Q ALNY 153.99 46.90 1956 95.08 13859 118.71 93.01 -24.02 -25.2 AlphaOmg Q AOSL 19 20.48 13.53 106 15.30 510 15.92 14.77 -.15 -6.5 AlpUSQVal N QVAL 1.35e 4.5 33.51 24.53 14 29.93 125 30.61 29.17 -.27 -2.5 AlpValuIntl N IVAL 1.35e 4.2 35.03 27.92 5 32.40 61 32.70 31.96 -.25 -2.0 AlpMoIntQ N IMOM 33.00 24.39 2 30.35 42 30.90 30.14 -.68 -.1 AlpMoUSQ N QMOM 31.51 24.45 8 29.04 38 29.84 28.39 -.88 +1.5 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 24.70 38 28.79 237 29.27 28.43 -.43 -.7 AlphaPro A APT 16 4.25 2.70 10 3.20 53 3.35 3.15 -.15 -20.0 Alphabet C Q GOOG 30 1186.89 817.02 1740 1007.04 11975 1042.79 990.37 -24.75 -3.8 Alphabet A Q GOOGL 30 1198.00 834.60 2005 1009.95 12931 1046.71 994.25 -27.19 -4.1 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.58 18 3.35 157 3.60 3.09 +.14 +25.9 AlpGDDiv N AGD .78 7.5 11.55 9.65 36 10.45 344 10.59 10.21 -.05 -3.3 AlpGPPrp N AWP .60 9.7 6.98 5.75 690 6.21 2663 6.42 6.14 -.03 -7.9 AlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 2.05 7 8.07 58 8.34 7.62 +.07 -27.9 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 7.8 10.03 8.05 651 8.81 2301 8.96 8.73 -.13 -7.0 AlpsETF N GRI 1.52e 3.6 47.47 40.28 11 42.74 23 42.89 42.08 +.16 -4.9 AlpsEqSect N EQL 1.83e 2.7 73.29 62.32 3 66.93 18 68.25 65.58 -.78 -3.8 AlpDisrTc n N DTEC 29.82 24.40 4 26.22 42 26.68 25.80 -.40 +4.0 AlpsRtSec n Q SWIN 31.35 25.51 29.80 5 29.89 28.87 +.01 +.1 AlpBzSoMed N BUZ 36.15 26.48 0 32.89 7 33.46 32.00 +.15 +2.7 AlpsRivFlex N RFFC 35.25 30.68 5 31.71 76 32.56 31.09 -.38 -8.7 Alps RivDiv N RFDA 33.92 27.27 2 30.93 86 31.67 30.49 -.38 -2.3 AlpRvrCare N RFCI 25.70 23.85 2 24.06 95 24.06 23.92 -.01 -2.6 AlpRivUncn N RFUN 26.57 25.08 1 25.32 41 25.38 25.09 +.07 -2.8 AlpSprtJG N SGDJ 38.94 27.95 34 30.39 163 30.88 29.68 +.44 -9.6 AlpMedBrk N SBIO 37.20 24.10 23 32.67 202 34.42 32.36 -1.56 -.4 AlpSprotG N SGDM .12e .6 22.94 18.32 18 19.62 110 20.07 19.20 +.01 -5.2 AlpWkplEq N EQLT .42e 1.2 39.15 31.73 0 36.17 5 36.30 34.89 +.48 -.2 AlpEDvDg N EDOG .73e 3.0 27.38 22.88 4 24.43 33 24.95 24.34 -.45 -3.9tAlpAlerEn N ENFR 1.35e 6.8 24.75 19.24 45 19.95 94 20.27 19.24 +.06 -13.6 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.3 30.26 24.93 18 27.63 309 27.90 27.09 -.04 -3.5 AlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .6 44.22 35.66 27 40.91 110 41.86 40.25 -.74 -1.6 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.34 25 24.60 200 24.62 24.43 +.01 -2.2 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.2 49.27 41.31 115 43.32 874 44.32 42.41 -.34 -5.4 AlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 14.4 12.85 9.01 14511 9.35 72474 9.54 9.11 -.02 -13.3 Altaba Q AABA 80.56 45.96 7629 67.55 38531 73.76 67.38 -6.49 -3.3 Altair A n Q ALTR 33.38 16.55 259 30.13 1131 31.80 29.20 -1.23 +26.0 Alteryx n N AYX 38.88 14.79 346 32.56 2325 34.71 32.42 -1.58 +28.8 Altice n N ATUS 35.29 17.58 942 18.50 6701 19.01 18.02 +.02 -12.9tAltimm rs Q ALT 10.80 .93 375 .93 1490 1.20 .88 -.23 -53.3 Altisrce n Q ASPS 1 46.99 16.17 118 25.82 1118 28.25 25.13 -.74 -7.8 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.5 23 53.70 36.50 103 44.85 757 46.40 44.10 -1.10 -11.0 Altria N MO 2.80f 4.4 20 77.79 59.07 6325 63.85 40014 64.81 60.45 +1.53 -10.6 AlumChina N ACH 23.54 11.01 70 13.65 318 14.02 13.51 -.27 -23.9 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.8 22.63 8.80 717 12.34 2885 12.54 12.11 +.03 +22.5 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 9.5 25.28 13.96 7 17.70 72 18.26 17.50 -.29 -14.1 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 10.0 25.23 12.92 6 18.04 36 18.38 17.87 -.21 -17.5 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 10.2 25.57 14.91 7 18.70 61 18.82 18.46 -.20 -16.9 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.19 13.93 17 17.67 218 18.10 17.52 -.51 -13.9 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq CSVixSh rs 83,642,200 10.34 +1.04 MicronT 79,260,900 48.46 -1.38 PwShs QQQ 59,838,800 156.63 -4.02 AMD 51,017,700 9.61 -.41 Facebook 41,396,500 157.20 -2.14 Microsoft 37,808,400 90.23 -2.15 Apple Inc 34,945,800 168.38 -4.42 Comcast s 33,683,500 34.12 -.48 Cisco 31,104,500 40.73 -1.09 Intel 28,207,400 48.79 -1.59 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2486.76 -42.07NthnO&G 14,841,900 1.48 -.25 KlondexM g 4,906,200 2.35 -.03 PalatinTch 4,787,000 1.23 +.03 iShIndia bt 3,537,400 34.23 -.40 NwGold g 3,196,600 2.50 -.05 SRC Eng 2,340,500 8.95 -.30 CheniereEn 1,754,400 54.36 -1.85 GranTrra g 1,712,900 2.72 -.03 TransEntx 1,678,400 1.77 -.07 B2gold g 1,552,700 2.70 +.01 BioPhrmX 39,834,700 .22 -.01 Globalstar 32,690,000 .55 -.14 NthnO&G 21,901,000 1.48 -.50 iShIndia bt 19,512,300 34.23 +.10 NwGold g 16,406,200 2.50 -.08 Neovasc g 995,882,300 .06 MicronT 344,893,700 48.46 -3.68 CSVixSh rs 336,782,400 10.34 +.92 PwShs QQQ 328,225,000 156.63 -3.50 AMD 307,489,200 9.61 -.44 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12349.11 -222.83 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE S&P500ETF 178,831,900 259.72 -5.92 SPDR Fncl 88,263,700 27.17 -.67 BkofAm 79,642,300 29.63 -.69 iShEMkts 74,897,800 47.08 -.94 GenElec 62,807,900 13.06 -.37 PUVixST rs 49,160,300 19.92 +1.62 B iPVxST rs 44,657,700 49.76 +2.80 Ambev 43,694,000 6.86 -.30 iShChinaLC 32,102,000 45.97 -1.02 FordM 31,567,900 11.18 -.17 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg S&P500ETF 689,265,200 259.72 -3.43 BkofAm 364,114,400 29.63 -.36 SPDR Fncl 353,477,200 27.17 -.40 iShEMkts 316,070,800 47.08 -1.20 GenElec 314,478,900 13.06 -.42 Intelsat 5.13 +36.4 StageStrs 2.75 +26.1 Belltrx g rs 1.33 +23.1 ChinZenix 1.35 +22.7 MV OilTr 9.47 +20.5 QuormHl n 9.80 +19.8 NY&Co 3.98 +17.8 AMC Ent 16.45 +17.1 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg Cloudera n 12.98 -39.9 ComstkRs rs 5.49 -24.9 GenieEn n 4.00 -19.8 Synnex 95.31 -19.5 NavMMid 3.30 -18.3 ChinRap n 4.08 -18.1 LejuHldgs 1.12 -17.0 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg Reeds 2.35 +38.2 RafaelHl n 5.88 +21.2 SanchzM rs 12.40 +19.8 Libbey 5.82 +19.0 CaledoMn n 8.12 +17.5 Ampliph rs 1.24 +13.8 PalatinTch 1.23 +12.8 TrnsatlPet 1.44 +11.6 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg NthnO&G 1.48 -25.3 NTN Buzz rs 5.60 -17.7 NuverEnv n 19.99 -13.6 BioTime 2.33 -13.4 RegHlt pfA 7.02 -13.3 FlexSolu 1.40 -12.5 GeeGroup 2.36 -10.7 SelasLf rs 6.85 +98.6 CASI Phr h 7.01 +68.1 LongFin n 28.19 +63.3 Marrone 3.25 +62.5 SevStars h 3.05 +43.2 ElevenBio 1.50 +42.9 TenaxTh rs 7.67 +40.2 FTD Cos 5.10 +40.1 CheckC nrs 3.59 -42.2 NewLink 4.20 -42.1 InfoSonc rs 4.62 -39.6 Izea n 2.34 -36.1 ConatusPh 4.03 -31.3 CollPlant n 5.22 -30.4 SORL 4.53 -30.46915.11 -161.44How to read the weekend stock tables STOCK GLOSSARY „ cc: PE greater than 99. d: New 52-week low; dd: Loss in last 12 mos. g: Stock trades in U.S. money but dividend and earnings in Canadian money, and no yield or PE unless stated in U.S. money; n: New issue in past 52 weeks, with high-low range from start of trading; s: A split or stock dividend of 25 percent or more in the past 52 weeks, with the 52-week high-low adjusted. Dividend begins with the date of split or dividend; q: Closed-end fund; no PE calculated. u: New 52-week high; v: Trading halted on primary market; vj: In bankruptcy or receivership or being reorganized, or securities assumed by such companies; z: Sales in full, not in hundreds. SPECIAL TYPES: pf: Preferred stocks, which get priority when dividends are paid; pp: Holder owes two installments of purchase price; rs: Stock has undergone a reverse stock split of at least 50 percent within the past year; rt: Rights to buy new issues below market; un: Sold in units that may include bonds or warrants; wt: Warrants, or options granted by the company; xw: Without warrants; ww: With warrants; wd: When distributed by holder; wi: When stock is issued. DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s); b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c : Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; j: Paid this year, dividend omitted, deferred or no action taken at last meeting; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date; X: Buyers arent entitled to next dividend (ex-dividend) or rights (ex-rights); y: ex-dividend and sales in full. 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Market: N = NYSE, A NYSE American, Q = NASDAQ. 3 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 4 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.5 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 6 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher profits.7 „ Range of closing prices in last year.8 „ Trading for the day, with sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.9 „ Weekly sales volume, High, low, and change from previous weeks close.10 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows during the week. Underline: indicates weekly volume surge equal to or more than 5%. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 10% for the week. XYZcorp Q ABC .35m 1.3 26 32.17 22.26 2 26.97 13 28.18 24.92 +.98 -14.00 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 2 3 1 4 5 6 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg 7 8 9 10 Continued on next page WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chgqq q 597 2,266 153 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,016 29 49 Advanced Declined Unchanged 117 189 35 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 341 3 6 Advanced Declined Unchanged 606 2,233 216 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,055 39 53 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,257 1,718 63 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,038 73 223 Advanced Declined Unchanged 137 190 19 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 346 6 28 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,092 1,884 109 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,085 107 240 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 73

AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 26.09 14.80 14 21.06 53 21.29 20.56 +.08 -8.1 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.79 22.81 4 23.78 34 24.14 23.41 -.42 -8.1 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.8 26.36 21.41 1 23.23 28 23.52 23.03 -.29 -7.1 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 9.9 25.46 14.42 8 18.85 61 19.00 18.50 -.09 -15.1tAmarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.82 1354 3.01 10776 3.22 2.82 -24.9 Amazon Q AMZN 1617.54 884.49 5838 1405.23 40481 1459.56 1352.88 -42.11 +20.2 AmbacFin Q AMBC 22.02 13.17 492 16.20 1732 16.70 15.17 +.52 +1.4 Ambarella Q AMBA 22 66.23 40.06 837 44.45 4011 48.68 44.13 -4.54 -24.3 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 42 8.97 494 9.20 8.30 +.07 +22.2 Ambev N ABEV .05e .7 7 7.43 5.30 43694 6.86 110994 7.35 6.75 -.41 +6.2 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00f 1.5 18 71.72 60.30 407 65.59 3154 67.98 65.01 -1.13 +.2tAmedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 1.32 34 1.40 250 1.52 1.32 -.12 -57.2 Amedisys Q AMED 46 65.91 45.60 148 64.45 1294 65.91 59.08 +4.11 +22.3 AMERCO Q UHAL 2.50e 18 400.99 326.30 89 345.80 397 359.35 337.77 +.70 -8.5 Ameren N AEE 1.83 3.2 20 64.89 51.89 2810 57.13 12876 57.92 56.15 +.50 -3.2 Ameresco N AMRC 21 13.20 5.25 131 12.55 1113 13.15 12.25 -.45 +45.9 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 1.27 22 1.46 243 1.95 1.28 -.18 -52.9 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 8.1 21 6.40 5.55 46 6.18 248 6.25 6.15 +2.1sAMovilL N AMX .17e .9 17 19.76 14.34 2888 19.44 10363 19.76 18.65 +.35 +13.4sAmMovl A N AMOV 19.61 14.10 2 19.31 26 19.61 18.48 +.31 +13.6sAmCarM Q CRMT 12 52.45 33.05 61 50.30 236 52.45 48.70 -.15 +12.7 AmAirlines Q AAL .40 .8 8 59.08 40.82 4267 50.29 19558 53.08 48.96 -1.67 -3.3 AmAssets N AAT 1.08f 3.1 22 44.83 30.62 503 34.43 2139 35.04 33.37 +1.02 -10.0 AmAxle N AXL 4 20.27 13.38 2398 15.80 10032 16.12 14.58 +.58 -7.2 AmCampus N ACC 1.76 4.5 36 49.93 34.52 951 38.72 3497 39.13 37.73 +.10 -5.6 ACapSenF Q ACSF 1.16 10.4 5 13.95 10.35 22 11.13 146 11.85 11.00 -.03 +5.7sAEagleOut N AEO .55f 2.6 19 21.35 10.23 4820 21.04 24547 21.35 19.42 +1.11 +11.9 AEP N AEP 2.48 3.6 18 78.07 63.32 2302 68.53 12987 69.42 67.69 -.06 -6.9tAmElTech Q AETI 2.80 .85 43 .89 320 1.05 .85 -.21 -40.7 AEqInvLf N AEL .24f .8 17 35.79 22.23 465 28.86 2441 29.55 28.20 -.50 -6.1 AmExp N AXP 1.40 1.5 16 102.39 75.51 2968 91.91 19740 95.05 89.96 -1.02 -7.5 AFnclGrp N AFG 1.40 1.3 19 121.69 93.25 469 109.67 2165 113.97 109.15 -2.55 +1.0 AFnclGp 54 N AFGE 1.56 6.1 27.53 25.20 13 25.70 37 25.99 25.62 -.16 -2.0 AFnclGp 55 N AFGH 1.50 5.9 28.40 25.00 11 25.53 62 26.08 25.53 -.45 -2.6 AHm4Rent N AMH .20 1.0 23.83 18.39 3121 19.71 11591 19.92 19.49 -.37 -9.8 AHm4R pfC N AMHpC 1.38 4.8 29.10 27.60 28.36 347 28.38 27.85 +.10 -.3 AHm4Rn pfD N AMHpD 1.63 6.4 27.73 24.61 1 25.43 20 25.43 25.00 +.42 -7.1 AHm4R pfE N AMHpE 1.59 6.3 27.53 24.63 2 25.20 18 25.20 24.67 +.39 -5.9 AH4Rn pfG N AMHpG 1.47 6.3 26.38 22.60 10 23.28 82 23.50 22.95 +.13 -7.5 AHm4R pfF N AMHpF 26.27 23.14 10 23.65 23 23.75 23.22 +.15 -7.5tAmIntlGrp N AIG 1.28 2.4 67.30 52.42 5117 53.60 28088 54.76 52.42 -.82 -10.0 AmLorain A ALN .57 .14 80 .19 487 .20 .18 -.01 +8.0 AMidstrm N AMID 1.65 15.1 15.25 9.65 73 10.95 451 11.50 10.45 +.15 -18.0 AmerNtl Q AMNB 1.00 2.7 18 43.00 34.60 9 37.50 58 38.35 36.00 -.10 -2.1 AmNatIns Q ANAT 3.28 2.8 19 134.03 110.43 58 116.30 344 118.89 113.50 -.66 -9.3 AmOutBr Q AOBC 7 24.49 8.32 1050 10.73 9303 11.19 10.18 +.41 -16.4 AmPubEd Q APEI 35 45.75 17.40 119 42.30 770 43.35 41.15 -.70 +68.9 AmRailcar Q ARII 1.60 4.4 5 44.20 34.29 86 36.30 703 37.95 35.55 -1.11 -12.8 AmrRlty N ARL 21.57 7.00 4 18.21 13 19.20 16.18 -1.17 +41.7 AmRenAs n N ARA 24.07 9.91 171 17.05 1085 18.75 16.94 -1.80 -2.0 AmrRvr Q AMRB .20 1.3 32 16.49 12.21 9 15.50 37 15.70 15.21 -.01 +1.7tAmShrd A AMS 11 4.85 2.39 16 2.40 64 2.65 2.34 -.15 -7.6 ASoft lf Q AMSWA .44 3.3 25 13.69 9.00 180 13.23 403 13.37 12.61 +.23 +13.8 AmStsWtr N AWR 1.02 1.9 28 60.00 43.08 172 52.61 1134 53.78 51.30 -.45 -9.2 AmSupr rs Q AMSC 7.75 2.89 131 5.85 565 6.27 5.50 +.03 +61.2 AmTower N AMT 3.00f 2.1 41 155.28 121.57 1527 142.16 12953 146.99 140.24 -3.18 -.4 AVangrd N AVD .08 .4 38 24.00 15.20 103 20.75 573 21.35 19.25 +.55 +5.6 AmWtrWks N AWK 1.66 2.0 35 92.37 74.63 1212 81.92 4880 82.74 80.21 -.21 -10.5 AWoodmk Q AMWD 27 148.44 78.75 363 98.90 1258 99.53 91.80 +.45 -24.1 Amerigas N APU 3.80 9.5 32 48.37 39.41 472 39.80 1469 40.45 39.42 -.17 -13.9 Ameriprise N AMP 3.32 2.3 13 183.90 118.84 763 141.31 5745 148.33 140.10 -6.63 -16.6 AmerisBc Q ABCB .40 .8 22 59.05 41.05 210 52.00 878 53.95 51.50 -.90 +7.9 Amerisafe Q AMSF .88f 1.7 22 67.82 51.20 151 52.75 596 56.00 52.45 -2.50 -14.4 AmrSvFin Q ASRV .06 1.5 57 4.40 3.70 44 4.00 90 4.15 3.95 -3.6 AmSvFn pf Q ASRVP 2.11 7.7 30.10 26.50 0 27.30 5 28.89 27.00 +.30 -5.9 AmeriBrgn N ABC 1.52 1.8 10 106.27 71.90 1590 85.41 9628 88.57 81.58 -.80 -7.0 AmesNatl Q ATLO .92f 3.3 17 32.00 26.00 3 27.60 23 28.50 26.80 +.10 -.9 Ametek N AME .36 .5 31 79.32 53.19 1185 73.54 5163 76.74 72.72 -2.43 +1.5 Amgen Q AMGN 5.28 3.1 15 201.23 152.16 3679 168.14 20469 174.43 163.31 -2.34 -3.3 AmicusTh Q FOLD 17.40 6.41 1256 13.13 12402 14.88 12.50 -1.91 -8.8 AmiraNatF N ANFI 7.05 3.85 42 4.20 226 4.35 4.07 +.03 +.7 AmkorTch Q AMKR 9 12.48 8.32 692 9.52 3438 10.18 9.33 -.61 -5.3tAmpco N AP 18.60 8.49 37 10.15 265 10.30 8.49 +1.25 -18.1 Amphastar Q AMPH 20.45 13.15 158 19.01 902 19.44 18.11 +.26 -1.2 Amphenol N APH .76 .9 33 93.62 68.57 1236 82.57 7173 86.28 81.90 -3.56 -6.0 AmpioPhm A AMPE 4.95 .38 896 3.60 6074 3.89 3.36 +.20 -11.5 AmpOnRt ef Q IBUY 47.99 29.15 19 44.36 271 45.09 43.05 -.72 +8.5 AmpSrLn n N YESR 28.57 23.85 5 24.74 8 24.97 24.72 -.05 +1.4 AmpDivOpt N DIVO 30.56 25.65 1 27.60 8 28.03 27.15 -.28 -4.8tAmplOil n N AMLX 15.25 9.49 3 9.50 3 9.86 9.49 -.77 -16.7 Ampliph rs A APHB 4.88 .67 384 1.24 2427 1.24 1.10 +.15 +22.8 Amrep N AXR 10 7.71 5.17 2 7.27 19 7.55 6.97 +.08 +3.6 AmtechSys Q ASYS 15.45 5.17 271 7.31 1002 7.94 7.13 -.01 -27.4 Amyris rs Q AMRS 10.71 1.86 561 6.79 3616 7.30 6.52 +.10 +81.1 Anadarko N APC 1.00f 1.7 68 63.55 39.96 10738 58.86 29445 60.78 56.79 -1.55 +9.7tAnadrk 18 N AEUA 3.75 13.0 48.28 28.60 5 28.95 195 29.98 28.60 -.85 -16.5 AnalogDev Q ADI 1.92f 2.2 42 98.38 74.65 2294 88.31 13027 92.45 87.54 -2.82 -.8 Anlogic Q ALOG .40 .4 101.80 66.00 97 95.35 591 96.20 92.60 -.55 +13.9 Anaptys n Q ANAB 134.00 18.15 506 85.51 4022 108.57 78.95 -18.57 -15.1 Anavex rs Q AVXL 6.49 2.25 195 2.36 1220 2.76 2.35 -.40 -26.7 AnchBcWA Q ANCB 21 25.70 23.70 11 24.65 35 25.03 24.55 -.06 -.6 Andeavor N ANDV 2.36 2.2 38 121.71 75.11 3552 106.90 11660 110.20 98.40 +6.34 -6.5 AndeavLog N ANDX 3.94f 8.8 24 55.66 42.17 243 44.91 1903 46.32 44.02 +.10 -2.8 Andersons Q ANDE .66 2.0 39.35 29.60 76 32.55 621 33.15 31.80 -.55 +4.5 Anf DvAlt n N DALT 10.57 9.62 2 9.84 8 9.97 9.77 -.09 -3.1sAngioDyn Q ANGO 19.25 14.80 264 18.88 1998 19.25 17.17 +1.63 +13.5 AnglogldA N AU 13.31 8.86 1925 9.29 11677 9.86 9.13 -.20 -8.8 ABInBev N BUD 3.19e 3.0 27 126.50 101.21 2045 107.94 8058 110.72 106.85 -2.00 -3.2 AnikaTh Q ANIK 22 69.81 42.51 78 45.65 646 49.75 45.01 -4.07 -15.3 Anixter N AXE 17 88.85 62.40 107 74.70 475 77.05 72.80 -1.05 -1.7 Annaly N NLY 1.20 11.5 12 12.73 10.00 5787 10.48 35150 10.52 10.28 +.05 -11.9 Annaly pfC N NLYpC 1.91 7.5 26.34 25.00 11 25.44 81 25.53 25.32 -.03 -.2 Annaly pfD N NLYpD 1.88 7.4 26.27 24.06 7 25.48 147 25.50 25.20 +.23 +.5 Annaly pfG N NLYpG 1.63 6.7 24.83 23.35 110 24.41 642 24.55 24.17 -.04 -1.5 Annaly pfF N NLYpF 26.59 24.54 38 25.46 240 25.49 25.28 +.11 -1.4 Ansys Q ANSS 49 171.92 104.65 405 153.51 2046 160.37 152.27 -3.18 +4.0 AntaresP Q ATRS 4.09 1.58 1455 2.11 7399 2.25 1.99 -.09 +6.0tAntero n N AMGP .16e 1.0 22.87 14.85 475 15.68 2579 16.04 14.85 -.31 -20.5tAnteroMid N AM 1.46f 5.9 19 35.55 24.59 394 24.71 2204 25.77 24.32 -1.18 -14.9 AnteroRes N AR 1.00 5.0 42 23.56 16.31 4593 20.11 15180 20.36 19.00 +.26 +5.8 Anthem N ANTM 3.00f 1.3 17 267.95 164.65 1734 224.78 8425 231.31 217.49 +5.08 -.1 Anthem un N ANTX 2.63 4.8 64.78 47.02 65 54.92 1255 56.44 53.40 +1.22 -1.9 AntherP rs Q ANTH 3.48 .30 693 .32 5279 .36 .30 -.00 -80.7 Anworth N ANH .60 12.4 10 6.35 4.55 907 4.84 5061 4.90 4.74 +.04 -11.0 Anwrth pfA N ANHpA 2.16 8.2 28.19 25.35 0 26.25 25 26.50 25.70 +.55 -.7 Anwrth pfC N ANHpC 1.91 7.6 25.49 24.46 21 25.16 46 25.16 24.65 +.42 Aon plc N AON 1.44 1.0 34 152.78 118.10 683 138.20 4614 141.23 136.49 -2.13 +3.1 Apache N APA 1.00 2.6 24 54.64 33.60 4963 38.34 30261 39.34 36.80 -.14 -9.2 AptInv N AIV 1.52f 3.7 46.72 37.97 880 41.07 5071 41.53 40.20 +.32 -6.0 AptInv pfA N AIVpA 1.72 6.7 27.80 25.56 1 25.83 10 26.48 25.76 -.05 -5.7 Apellis n Q APLS 27.53 12.45 52 23.25 406 24.55 19.24 +1.14 +7.1 ApogeeE Q APOG .63f 1.5 15 59.76 40.03 247 42.15 1649 43.83 40.12 -1.20 -7.8 ApolloCRE N ARI 1.84 10.3 11 19.92 17.56 1319 17.93 7816 18.07 17.75 -.05 -2.8 ApoCRE pfC N ARIpC 25.89 24.80 2 25.50 68 25.69 25.28 +.06 -1.2 ApollEnd rs Q APEN 13.90 3.55 13 6.00 184 6.38 5.86 -.26 +7.1 ApolloGM N APO 2.06e 7.0 10 37.35 24.83 604 29.62 10762 30.74 29.21 -11.5 ApollG pfA N APOpA 1.60 6.4 26.62 24.75 21 24.89 143 25.07 24.81 -.16 -5.3tApolloInv Q AINV .60 11.2 6.82 5.18 829 5.36 4781 5.44 5.18 +.14 -5.3tApolloI 43 N AIY 1.72 6.8 26.86 25.19 3 25.27 33 25.33 25.19 -.07 -3.1 ApolMed n Q AMEH 30.00 10.00 39 14.95 176 19.00 14.85 -1.00 -37.7 ApollSrFlt N AFT 1.08a 6.3 17.63 16.08 70 17.07 699 17.31 16.83 +.24 +5.2 ApolloTact N AIF 1.20a 7.6 16.71 15.37 50 15.80 203 15.89 15.65 +.10 +.3 AppFolio n Q APPF 52.25 25.05 63 40.75 465 41.25 38.90 -.10 -1.8 Appian A n Q APPN 43.26 14.60 355 26.94 1324 28.28 25.20 +1.76 -14.4 AppHReit n N APLE 1.20 6.9 29 20.19 16.72 1172 17.51 7744 17.75 17.17 +.04 -10.3 Apple Inc Q AAPL 2.52 1.5 20 183.50 140.06 34946 168.38 183384 174.23 164.47 +.60 -.5 ApplRecy h Q ARCI 1.75 .52 32 .79 230 .83 .70 -.04 -24.0 ApldDNA Q APDN 3.45 .90 178 1.57 456 1.59 1.36 +.13 -1.3 AppGenTc Q AGTC 22 7.05 3.25 96 3.70 351 4.10 3.60 -.15 +2.8 ApldIndlT N AIT 1.20f 1.7 19 75.40 54.00 108 71.05 658 73.20 69.00 -1.85 +4.3 ApldMatl Q AMAT .80f 1.5 17 62.40 37.41 15087 52.34 74622 56.21 51.92 -3.27 +2.4tApldOptoel Q AAOI 7 103.41 22.54 593 24.09 3634 25.33 22.54 -.97 -36.3 Approach Q AREX 4.21 1.95 424 2.49 1856 2.65 2.40 -.12 -15.9 Apptio n Q APTI 30.83 10.77 326 28.04 2001 29.23 27.51 -.30 +19.2tApricusB rs Q APRI 3.34 .38 1917 .38 6003 .46 .36 -.03 -79.5 Aptargrp N ATR 1.28 1.4 26 92.32 75.76 362 88.50 1437 90.85 86.85 -1.33 +2.6 AptevoTh n Q APVO 4.85 1.15 339 3.17 742 3.53 3.12 -.10 -25.2 Aptiv N APTV 1.16 1.4 16 96.91 61.53 1578 83.82 9016 86.13 80.62 -1.15 -1.2 AptoseB g Q APTO 3.97 .78 117 3.05 796 3.22 2.97 -.11 +36.2 AquaAm N WTR .82 2.4 25 39.55 31.18 605 33.69 2955 34.15 33.15 -.37 -14.1 AquaMetal h Q AQMS 19.65 1.42 394 2.56 2375 2.63 2.18 -.03 +20.2 AquaB Tc n Q AQB 11.45 2.25 56 3.15 249 3.20 2.73 +.20 -10.5 Aquantia n N AQ 18.49 9.60 198 15.92 1466 16.63 15.21 +.22 +40.5 Acquavnt n N WAAS 18.83 10.87 136 12.80 510 13.37 11.83 +.38 -17.5 AquinoxPh Q AQXP 16.96 10.02 55 13.44 405 14.24 13.16 -.64 +14.3 ArQule Q ARQL 3.35 .92 1367 2.85 10625 3.28 2.83 -.03 +72.7 Aradigm h Q ARDM 7.35 .78 61 1.23 272 1.47 1.21 +.01 -81.6 AralezPh Q ARLZ 2.98 .95 735 1.40 1920 1.52 1.37 -.10 -1.4 Aramark N ARMK .42 1.1 18 46.09 36.06 960 38.55 7370 39.64 37.90 -1.01 -9.8 AratanaTh Q PETX 7.67 3.67 581 4.93 4478 5.40 4.26 +.52 -6.3 ArborRT N ABR .84f 9.6 7 8.99 7.83 370 8.73 2544 8.83 8.67 -.09 +1.0 Arbor prA N ABRpA 2.06 8.1 25.98 24.81 0 25.37 3 25.51 25.31 -.15 +.1 ArborR pfB N ABRpB 1.94 7.7 25.95 24.59 0 25.25 4 25.38 25.10 -.00 -1.2 ArborR pfC N ABRpC 2.13 8.2 26.68 25.51 26.00 3 26.09 26.00 +.14 -.7 ArbutusB g Q ABUS 8.25 2.95 140 5.05 771 5.20 4.90 +.05 ArcBest Q ARCB .32 1.0 14 39.70 16.95 242 31.95 1241 33.88 30.90 -.10 -10.6 ArcadB rsn Q RKDA 66.56 3.60 116 24.34 1122 27.39 21.70 +.33 +342.5 ArcelorM rs N MT .10p 7 37.50 19.59 2839 31.08 19266 32.26 30.24 -.73 -3.8 ArchCap Q ACGL 26 102.60 83.16 371 85.41 2217 86.78 84.56 -.18 -5.9 ArchCap pfF Q ACGLO 25.99 23.67 16 24.35 136 24.54 24.17 -.19 -3.9 ArchC pfE Q ACGLP 1.31 5.5 25.25 22.66 21 23.99 306 24.40 23.85 -.28 -4.5 ArchCoal N ARCH 1.60f 1.7 9 101.84 60.13 274 92.41 1389 96.40 89.91 +.53 -.8 ArchDan N ADM 1.34f 3.0 18 45.91 38.59 5929 44.33 26360 44.75 41.91 +.96 +10.6tArchrock N AROC .48 5.3 23 13.65 8.25 750 9.00 7713 9.35 8.25 +.25 -14.3 ArchrkPtrs Q APLP 1.14 9.1 17.14 10.58 58 12.58 597 13.00 11.56 +.36 +5.6 Arcimoto n Q FUV 6.35 2.54 27 3.14 84 3.46 3.09 -.11 -21.7 Arconic N ARNC .24 1.1 31.17 21.76 3198 22.54 19531 23.22 21.85 -.50 -17.3 ArcosDor N ARCO 24 10.80 7.40 462 9.10 2347 9.35 8.85 -.05 -12.1 ArcturusT rs Q ARCT 15.19 4.78 12 5.13 129 5.57 5.00 -.37 -35.5tArcusBio n N RCUS 19.67 14.62 1017 14.34 1441 16.08 14.14 -1.10 -16.6 Ardaugh n N ARD .56 3.0 24.54 17.43 36 18.41 395 19.00 18.14 -.27 -12.7 Ardelyx Q ARDX 14.10 4.05 213 4.95 1445 5.30 4.75 -.10 -25.0 ArdmoreSh N ASC 9.05 6.40 207 7.50 980 7.85 7.20 -.10 -6.3 ArenaPh rs Q ARNA 45.85 11.30 1541 33.88 7986 40.12 33.21 -5.62 -.3 AresCap Q ARCC 1.52 9.5 10 17.70 15.03 1034 15.98 9323 16.08 15.42 +.11 +1.7 AresCmcl N ACRE 1.12f 9.0 11 14.22 11.96 81 12.38 416 12.52 12.14 +.03 -4.0 AresDyCr N ARDC 1.40 8.7 16.60 15.48 59 16.18 301 16.32 16.06 -.06 -1.5 AresMgmt N ARES 1.60e 7.7 32 25.95 17.25 376 20.90 1970 22.10 20.90 -.50 +4.5 AresMg pfA N ARESpA 1.75 6.6 27.43 25.31 6 26.50 225 26.62 26.07 +.37 Argan N AGX 1.00e 6 72.70 37.75 283 43.15 1601 44.15 40.20 +.20 -4.1 Argenx n Q ARGX 87.00 17.33 127 74.84 593 83.97 72.72 -5.60 +18.5 ArgoGp42 Q AGIIL 1.63 6.4 26.25 25.00 7 25.28 32 25.31 25.22 +.02 ArgoGpInt Q AGII 1.08b 1.9 12 60.15 48.83 143 57.10 531 57.88 56.25 -.30 +6.5tArgosThr rs Q ARGS 16.40 .70 145 .80 1487 1.03 .70 -.11 -73.5 AristaNetw N ANET 61 311.67 130.09 797 258.72 4887 271.44 245.10 +3.42 +9.8 ArkInnova N ARKK 45.35 23.75 233 38.44 1742 39.98 37.20 -.63 +3.7 ArkIndInno N ARKQ 37.14 24.35 26 32.43 178 33.35 31.08 -.43 -1.5 ArkGenom N ARKG 30.51 19.81 62 24.81 330 26.52 24.63 -.94 +1.3 ArkWebX.O N ARKW .94p .8 55.31 28.84 127 48.66 1089 50.21 47.01 -1.22 +5.6 Ark 3dPr n N PRNT 27.21 22.21 5 23.45 52 23.99 23.05 -.75 -3.8 Ark IsrTc n N IZRL 22.04 19.16 3 19.39 22 20.00 19.32 -.42 -4.8 ArkRst Q ARKR 1.00 4.2 89 29.49 21.75 0 24.00 6 25.03 23.28 -11.2 ArlingAst N AI 2.20 19.4 6 15.17 9.90 644 11.35 2469 11.50 10.82 +.31 -3.7 ArlingAst23 N AIW 1.66 6.7 25.45 23.61 1 24.65 4 24.65 24.01 +.35 +.9 ArlingAst25 N AIC 1.69 7.0 24.97 22.61 7 24.24 19 24.24 23.38 +.74 ArlAsst pfB N AIpB 1.75 7.1 25.85 22.97 0 24.82 3 24.90 24.73 -.5 ArmadaHof N AHH .80f 5.9 18 16.00 12.66 192 13.66 1309 13.93 13.30 -.03 -12.0 ArmrR pfA N ARRpA 2.06 8.2 25.83 23.71 2 25.27 15 25.35 25.19 -.01 -.7 ArmrR pfB N ARRpB 1.97 7.9 25.37 23.61 13 24.94 84 24.94 24.58 +.17 -.3 ArmourR rs N ARR 2.72 11.6 6 27.60 21.40 628 23.51 1950 23.63 22.87 +.23 -8.6tArmsFloor N AFI 65 20.20 12.91 52 13.63 374 14.09 12.91 +.06 -19.4 ArmstrWld N AWI 14 64.60 41.20 368 55.90 2526 57.10 54.45 -.40 -7.7 Arotech Q ARTX 29 4.35 2.70 167 3.20 513 3.20 3.00 +.15 -9.9 ArrayBio Q ARRY 18.78 6.73 1935 14.94 13910 16.43 14.77 -1.38 +16.7 ArrisIntl Q ARRS 31 30.38 22.60 990 26.56 7966 27.21 25.99 -.01 +3.4 ArrwDJYld N GYLD 1.59e 9.2 19.24 16.98 8 17.23 57 17.51 17.01 +.13 -4.2 ArrowEl N ARW 10 87.26 69.67 479 72.79 2609 76.85 72.31 -4.23 -9.5 ArrowFn Q AROW 1.00b 3.0 16 38.60 29.81 15 33.50 97 34.40 32.85 -.45 -1.3 ArwDWATc Q DWAT .09e .8 12.50 10.51 1 11.39 6 11.71 11.32 -.07 -2.1 ArrowPhm Q ARWR 8.09 1.42 1488 6.37 6925 7.27 6.26 -.84 +73.1 Arsanis n Q ASNS 13 28.69 10.40 25 22.30 164 26.58 21.50 -.59 +74.8 ArtesRes Q ARTNA .94 2.6 25 43.22 32.00 8 36.62 58 37.08 34.78 +.14 -5.0 ArtisanPtr N APAM 2.40a 7.5 22 41.45 26.70 424 32.15 1757 33.40 31.35 -1.15 -18.6 ArtsWay Q ARTW .05 2.0 3.55 2.00 12 2.50 18 2.60 2.50 +.10 -16.2 AskanoG g A AKG 2.83 .43 502 .95 6330 1.05 .90 -.05 +34.6 AsburyA N ABG 10 76.40 49.10 276 66.50 955 68.45 62.95 -1.00 +3.9 AscenaRtl Q ASNA 4.50 1.65 1384 2.18 9473 2.30 1.98 +.17 -7.2 Ascendis n Q ASND 69.00 21.95 104 58.55 572 65.77 57.80 -6.85 +46.2tAscentCap Q ASCMA 17.84 3.30 110 3.76 422 3.80 3.30 +.08 -67.3 AshHPrm N AHP .64 6.2 8 11.34 8.44 228 10.31 1654 10.47 9.65 +.59 +6.0 AshHPr pfB N AHPpB 21.34 18.20 1 19.25 4 19.53 19.25 -.02 -3.7 AshfordHT N AHT .48 7.2 7.20 5.42 397 6.64 2572 6.77 6.31 +.18 -1.3 Ashfrd pfD N AHTpD 2.11 8.4 26.00 25.06 18 25.22 48 25.38 25.15 +.01 +.2 AshfHT pfF N AHTpF 1.84 7.9 25.50 22.21 6 23.24 35 23.37 23.00 -.02 -8.5 AshfrH pfG N AHTpG 1.84 8.0 25.44 22.23 5 23.14 39 23.21 22.90 +.04 -7.9 AshfrdH pfH N AHTpH 1.88 8.1 25.47 22.44 5 23.34 32 23.34 23.10 +.06 -8.1 AshfrdH pfI N AHTpI 1.88 8.0 25.16 22.65 7 23.45 424 23.45 23.20 +.06 -6.6 Ashford A AINC 109.82 47.03 3 96.48 16 96.78 93.55 +.77 +3.7 Ashland N ASH .90m 1.3 38 77.16 58.99 598 68.60 2805 70.82 67.51 -1.19 -3.7 AsiaPc N APB .61e 2.0 15.71 12.05 1 14.26 14 14.53 14.07 -.54 -1.1 AsiaPWire Q APWC .10e 3.10 2.35 13 2.50 48 2.70 2.35 -.13 -9.1 AsiaTigr N GRR .07e .5 13.65 11.04 2 12.73 12 13.06 12.48 +.15 +2.9 AspenAero N ASPN 5.58 3.95 22 4.18 115 4.28 4.12 -.09 -14.3 AspenGp n Q ASPU 9.61 5.35 21 7.00 136 7.85 7.00 -.06 -21.5 AspenIns N AHL .96 2.2 54.10 34.80 1373 44.10 5056 45.90 43.40 -.75 +8.6 Aspen pfC N AHLpC 1.49 5.8 28.99 25.21 7 25.89 171 26.18 25.55 -.32 -5.1 AspIns pfD N AHLpD 1.41 5.8 26.60 23.71 8 24.42 197 24.64 23.93 -.31 -5.3 AspenTech Q AZPN 34 84.40 53.51 350 79.23 1555 80.39 76.26 +.34 +19.7 AssembBio Q ASMB 67.36 18.60 131 44.61 1107 49.75 44.10 -4.53 -1.4 AscBnc pfC N ASBpC 1.53 5.9 27.50 25.50 1 25.80 29 26.02 25.51 -.23 -5.1 AsscBc pf D N ASBpD 26.65 24.08 1 24.88 15 24.96 24.63 -.10 -4.2 AsscdBanc N ASB .60f 2.5 17 27.20 20.95 1588 24.30 6361 25.10 23.88 -.55 -4.3 AssocCap n N AC .20 .5 38.82 32.20 7 36.95 51 37.65 35.05 -.50 +8.4 Assurant N AIZ 2.24 2.5 35 106.99 84.34 502 89.54 2690 92.30 87.08 -1.87 -11.2 AssuredG N AGO .64f 1.7 7 45.73 32.97 652 37.24 4853 37.90 35.50 +1.04 +9.9 AsdGMu01 N AGOpB 1.72 6.7 26.72 25.48 2 25.75 10 25.91 25.73 -.16 -1.0 AsdGMu02 N AGOpE 1.56 6.1 26.82 24.91 4 25.39 44 25.40 25.30 +.04 -2.9 AsdGMu03 N AGOpF 1.40 5.6 25.68 24.13 2 24.78 24 24.95 24.59 +.02 -1.1 AstaFund s Q ASFI 5.30e 5.30 2.82 2 3.35 66 3.75 3.35 -.40 -2.7 Astec Q ASTE .40 .7 35 66.66 45.70 90 54.17 514 57.25 52.84 -1.01 -7.4 AsteriasBio A AST 4.30 1.40 201 1.40 771 1.70 1.40 -.05 -37.8 AstraZen s N AZN 1.37e 3.9 9 36.70 28.43 4197 35.42 19600 35.90 34.48 +.45 +2.1sAstroNova Q ALOT .28 1.7 33 16.20 11.00 22 16.05 147 16.20 15.43 +.55 +15.9 Astronics Q ATRO 42 49.45 23.95 116 35.36 1031 37.79 35.02 -1.94 -14.7 Astrotch rs Q ASTC 7.15 2.01 108 2.53 2253 3.04 2.26 -.12 -24.5 AsureSftw h Q ASUR 17.53 9.47 161 14.09 1013 14.56 12.27 +1.85 -.2sAtHomGr n N HOME 54 34.53 14.81 2274 33.72 5947 35.61 30.70 +1.68 +11.0 AtaraBioth Q ATRA 49.90 11.80 358 35.15 2852 39.85 34.90 -3.85 +94.2 Atento SA N ATTO .34p 10 12.90 7.60 41 7.75 486 8.20 7.65 -.05 -23.6 athenahlth Q ATHN 158.66 95.01 205 138.78 2537 145.33 133.60 -4.25 +4.3 Athene n N ATH 55.22 45.15 1275 47.55 7373 48.35 46.65 -.26 -8.0 Athenex n Q ATNX 20.79 11.21 134 17.30 975 18.00 16.65 +.29 +8.8 Athersys Q ATHX 2.63 1.29 458 1.81 2096 1.94 1.70 -.02 AtkoreInt n N ATRK 26.80 15.05 526 18.85 2812 19.77 18.70 -1.00 -12.1 AtlAcq n Q ATAC 15.00 9.75 1 10.02 22 10.06 9.99 +.10 +1.6 AtlAcq un Q ATACU 10.84 9.56 6 10.53 13 10.53 10.37 +.14 +3.2 AtlAcq rt Q ATACR .66 .33 1 .60 199 .63 .52 +.11 AtlanAmer Q AAME .02 .6 30 4.03 3.00 1 3.35 4 3.45 3.15 +.05 -1.5 AtlCapBc n Q ACBI 35 19.85 15.20 77 18.75 432 19.15 17.70 +.65 +6.5 AtlCstFin Q ACFC 28 11.21 7.05 5 10.17 47 10.70 10.09 -.13 +7.8 AtlPwr g N AT .12 2.70 1.80 571 2.25 1873 2.30 2.10 +.15 -4.3 AtlanticaYd Q AY 1.14e 5.7 25.99 18.00 197 19.88 978 20.24 19.37 +.30 -6.3 Atlanticus Q ATLC 3.49 1.95 0 2.01 4 2.23 2.01 -.03 -16.3 AtlasAir Q AAWW 7 68.70 45.45 155 60.75 891 63.40 58.35 +.30 +3.6tAtlasFin Q AFH 21.50 9.90 179 10.55 996 11.35 9.90 +.20 -48.7 AtlasFin pf Q AFHBL 1.66 6.7 27.87 24.52 2 24.88 14 24.90 24.80 +.03 -4.5 Atlassian n Q TEAM 62.25 29.56 883 54.59 6050 57.34 51.76 +.67 +19.9 ATMOS N ATO 1.88f 2.2 16 93.56 76.46 546 84.15 2220 84.98 82.26 -.09 -2.0 Atomera n Q ATOM 8.00 2.45 72 6.53 341 6.89 6.17 +.29 +50.8 AtossGen rs Q ATOS 1.59 .22 518 .42 4298 .47 .38 -.02 +61.2 AtriCure Q ATRC 25.18 14.88 194 19.93 1676 20.64 19.39 -.59 +9.3 Atrion Q ATRI 4.80 .8 34 694.00 459.50 10 602.00 59 633.00 580.00 -29.30 -4.5 Attunity Q ATTU 8.24 6.25 22 7.21 131 7.42 6.97 -.29 +3.3 aTyrPhm n Q LIFE 6.50 2.30 4 2.75 119 2.75 2.65 +.10 -21.4 AubNB Q AUBN .96f 2.5 17 41.75 32.49 2 38.65 6 39.90 37.40 -.41 -.6 Audentes n Q BOLD 41.80 13.90 139 28.11 1375 30.06 26.34 -1.94 -10.0 AudCodes Q AUDC 20 8.43 5.83 129 6.72 265 7.41 6.62 -.43 -8.7 AuriniaPh Q AUPH 8.19 4.41 424 5.15 2676 5.30 5.01 -.04 +13.7 AurynRs n A AUG 3.00 1.24 82 1.36 940 1.56 1.25 +.04 -17.1 AutoNatn N AN 12 62.02 38.20 663 46.47 5813 48.05 44.81 -.31 -9.5 AutoWeb Q AUTO 8 14.30 2.88 40 2.98 470 3.10 2.92 -66.9 Autodesk Q ADSK 141.26 82.70 2515 125.75 12293 129.14 120.80 +.17 +20.0 Autohome N ATHM 37 92.65 28.63 716 88.21 2726 89.18 79.01 +2.27 +36.4 Autoliv N ALV 2.32 1.6 23 152.57 96.08 561 146.63 4437 150.52 141.81 +.69 +15.4 AutoData Q ADP 2.52 2.2 30 125.24 95.50 2295 113.70 21008 118.70 111.78 +.22 -3.0 AutoZone N AZO 14 797.89 491.13 361 620.36 1756 646.15 606.55 -28.33 -12.8 AvadelPh Q AVDL 5 11.93 6.71 374 7.38 2339 7.63 7.10 +.09 -10.0 AvalonHld A AWX 2.97 1.83 7 2.16 16 2.20 2.07 -.04 +8.0 AvalonBay N AVB 5.88f 3.5 22 199.52 152.65 601 166.00 3213 167.52 161.34 +1.54 -7.0 Avangrid n N AGR 1.73 3.4 39 53.46 42.85 536 50.97 2529 51.68 50.36 -.15 +.8 AvayaHl n N AVYA 23.76 19.08 636 22.76 4120 22.91 21.66 +.36 +13.8 AveThera n Q ATXI 8.58 3.40 18 4.75 199 5.42 4.25 +.24 +31.2 AVEO Ph h Q AVEO 4.24 .55 9373 2.30 18667 2.93 1.91 -.60 -17.6 AveryD N AVY 1.80 1.7 26 123.67 79.13 964 103.20 4503 106.92 102.44 -3.05 -10.2 Avexis n Q AVXS 138.46 65.23 308 115.91 1694 125.45 114.97 -7.67 +4.7 Avianca N AVH .18e 2.1 9.76 6.37 62 8.44 475 8.74 8.03 -.03 +5.1 AviatNet rs Q AVNW 24.14 12.90 15 16.78 67 16.96 16.45 +.02 +10.6 AvidBios rs Q CDMO 5.78 2.24 502 3.35 4752 3.65 2.93 +.43 -13.7 AvidTech Q AVID 89 7.65 3.99 107 4.43 849 4.60 4.33 -.11 -17.8 Avingr nrs Q AVGR 74.00 .95 226 1.17 2472 1.33 1.09 -.16 -83.9 AvinoSG g A ASM 1.89 1.14 67 1.45 600 1.47 1.36 +.07 +8.2 AvisBudg Q CAR 17 50.88 20.71 1662 48.25 8579 49.92 46.03 +1.41 +10.0 Avista N AVA 1.49f 2.9 29 52.83 39.25 252 51.92 2128 52.07 50.43 +.67 +.8 Avnet N AVT .76f 1.9 10 45.09 35.67 532 40.34 3604 42.02 39.72 -1.42 +1.8 Avon N AVP 28 4.90 1.85 4103 2.82 21512 2.99 2.65 -.02 +31.2 Aware Q AWRE 38 5.40 3.70 3 4.15 108 4.25 4.00 -7.8 Axalta N AXTA 38.20 27.77 4449 32.47 12740 32.91 29.89 +2.28 +.3 Axcelis rs Q ACLS 7 37.05 17.65 226 23.05 1368 24.60 22.50 -1.55 -19.7 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.7 68.51 47.43 959 57.13 4791 58.56 56.73 -.44 +13.7 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 5.6 25.98 23.79 8 24.44 59 24.94 24.38 -.39 -3.1 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 23.39 12 24.48 169 24.72 24.25 -.12 -2.7 AxoGen Q AXGN 40.95 10.05 339 37.00 1543 38.00 34.80 +.50 +30.7sAxonEntpr Q AAXN 43.16 20.57 967 41.84 5526 43.16 38.83 +2.53 +57.9tAxovant n Q AXON 27.98 1.15 255 1.17 3329 1.35 1.15 -.16 -77.8 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 6.45 2.05 171 2.45 1129 2.50 2.15 -56.3 AytuBioSc n Q AYTU 6.82 .38 4389 .56 15877 .64 .46 -.08 -75.1 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 19.43 656 34.04 2282 34.90 32.46 -.71 +42.8 AzurRx n Q AZRX 5.25 2.31 10 3.08 66 3.10 2.90 -.06 -15.3 AzurePwr n N AZRE 19.95 12.53 4 14.82 24 15.56 13.33 +1.57 +4.4B -:tB&G Foods N BGS 1.86 7.5 7 43.10 22.35 1031 24.65 7927 25.05 22.35 +.95 -29.9 BRileyFn Q RILY .49e 2.6 13 20.35 13.55 67 19.20 408 19.70 19.00 -.30 +6.1 BRileyF 7.5 Q RILYL 1.88 7.3 26.84 25.33 13 25.71 35 25.80 25.70 -.06 -1.1 BRiley27 n Q RILYZ 1.88 7.4 26.20 24.86 3 25.35 29 25.47 25.28 -.03 -2.0 BRileyF27 n Q RILYG 25.90 24.55 32 25.00 134 25.05 24.98 -1.5 B2gold g A BTG 68 3.30 2.15 1553 2.70 13592 2.78 2.63 -.03 -12.9 BB&T Cp N BBT 1.50a 2.9 17 56.31 41.17 4135 51.12 23022 53.13 50.13 -.92 +2.8 BB&T pfD N BBTpD 25.79 24.87 10 25.39 76 25.39 25.22 -.3 BB&T pfE N BBTpE 1.41 5.6 25.77 24.49 26 25.09 298 25.09 24.95 -.04 -.7 BB&T pfF N BBTpF 1.30 5.2 25.64 23.50 8 25.07 87 25.12 24.70 +.09 +.2 BB&T pfG N BBTpG 1.30 5.2 25.85 23.57 19 25.08 101 25.10 24.81 +.08 -.3 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.4 27.33 24.95 20 26.20 108 26.57 26.18 -.41 -3.0 BBVABFrn N BFR .25e 1.1 27.45 14.55 182 23.20 816 23.48 22.23 +.39 -7.9 BBX Cap n N BBX .03 .3 9.39 5.87 268 9.20 1596 9.34 9.10 -.01 +15.4 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.6 17 16.60 12.05 15 15.75 81 16.00 15.35 +.10 +8.6tBCE g N BCE 3.02f 49.06 42.01 1341 42.73 6515 43.52 42.01 -.31 -11.0sBG Staffing A BGSF 1.00 5.2 23 19.62 14.26 28 19.23 150 19.70 17.86 +.24 +20.6 BGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 5.5 16.97 10.60 1762 13.16 9693 13.60 12.95 -.29 -12.9 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 7.9 26.73 25.05 9 25.73 20 25.84 25.61 +.03 -.7 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.8 50.79 33.37 2326 43.64 12446 44.73 43.23 -.79 -5.1 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 4.3 45.43 28.73 1500 39.04 7723 40.04 38.54 -.69 -3.1 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.67 1.20 79 2.40 259 2.40 1.86 +.25 +35.6 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 1.0 18 47.55 28.00 264 45.05 1472 45.75 43.40 +.15 +23.8 BldrsAsia Q ADRA .72e 2.1 37.70 28.87 1 33.50 2 34.09 33.22 -.70 -3.0 BldrsDev Q ADRD .72e 3.1 25.31 20.60 4 23.09 17 23.17 22.45 +.26 -1.9 BldrsEmg Q ADRE .60e 1.4 48.92 36.03 9 43.02 42 44.32 42.40 -1.56 -.3 BldrsEur Q ADRU .78e 3.5 24.65 20.17 2 22.28 5 22.63 21.80 +.04 -2.7 BMC Stock Q BMCH 26 25.70 18.20 408 19.85 2565 20.35 18.55 +.30 -21.5 BOK Q BOKF 1.80 1.8 19 107.00 74.48 234 98.73 774 100.74 95.70 -.26 +6.9 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.3 26.23 24.00 9 25.05 58 25.36 24.88 -.15 -2.2 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 21 2.22 51 2.24 2.16 -.01 +1.4tBP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 17.00 91 16.97 689 18.36 16.88 -.87 -17.5 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.7 22 44.62 33.83 9060 41.76 35102 42.39 39.45 +1.22 -.6 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 14.5 4 27.95 18.55 263 24.75 1302 25.30 23.40 +.85 +23.1tBRF SA N BRFS 15.50 6.58 4211 6.64 14024 7.05 6.35 -.28 -41.0 BRT N BRT .80f 6.7 10 13.99 7.36 13 11.98 143 12.03 11.66 +.23 +1.6 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 20 32.15 27.25 3 30.85 57 31.30 30.25 +.25 +5.5 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.0 21.16 15.41 1030 16.56 3708 16.72 15.86 +.40 -9.1 BWX Tech N BWXT .64f 1.0 34 67.69 45.79 625 64.59 3060 65.35 61.70 +1.06 +6.8 B&W Ent n N BW 12.06 1.61 1324 3.81 10859 4.45 3.42 -.56 -32.9 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.9 20.83 18.35 65 18.51 290 18.66 18.51 -.15 -4.5 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.1 39 52.10 35.25 111 45.50 598 47.15 45.30 -1.65 -4.8 Baidu Q BIDU 18 274.97 171.17 1737 219.82 13276 228.50 213.56 -3.37 -6.1 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.4 38.59 25.53 3700 29.58 26657 30.60 27.18 +1.81 -6.5 Balchem Q BCPC .42f .5 41 88.47 70.23 137 84.06 654 84.46 79.73 +2.31 +4.3 BaldwLy Q BWINA 1.12f 4.9 52 26.95 21.41 2 23.00 3 23.72 22.78 +.50 -5.2 BaldLyB Q BWINB 1.12f 4.8 54 25.40 21.20 27 23.55 171 23.90 22.00 +1.55 -1.7 BallCorp s N BLL .40 1.0 20 43.24 35.60 2098 39.26 13419 40.41 38.54 -.45 +3.7 Ballanty A BTN 7.35 3.95 0 4.60 161 4.60 4.30 +.15 -1.1 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.17 667 3.41 3614 3.54 3.23 -.14 -22.7 BanColum N CIB 1.27e 2.7 48.74 36.38 420 46.57 2832 46.95 41.92 +4.55 +17.4 BancCalif N BANC .52 2.9 11 23.40 17.10 2088 18.15 3681 19.60 18.00 -1.15 -12.1 BcCalif pfC N BANCpC 2.00 7.8 27.50 25.46 25.65 5 25.73 25.65 -.10 -2.2 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 1 25.63 36 26.10 25.45 -.27 -3.0 BcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.1 27.08 25.58 1 25.80 28 26.25 25.80 -.40 -2.8 BncFstOK s Q BANF .84 1.6 19 61.05 43.13 41 53.40 298 54.75 51.70 +.30 +4.4 BcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 3.5 9.54 7.22 3499 7.73 14249 7.97 7.70 +.02 -9.1 BcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .2 11.90 6.79 1 9.82 31 10.83 9.66 -.78 +16.5 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .6 11.98 7.12 6479 10.47 42952 10.91 10.35 -.32 +12.4 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 5.4 13 30.50 25.51 61 28.58 472 29.23 28.10 +.08 +6.2 BcoMacro N BMA 136.10 82.68 70 108.40 667 111.00 106.80 +.43 -6.5 BcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.3 7.57 5.74 6153 6.52 31806 6.64 6.35 -.03 -.3sBcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 2.5 8 12.11 6.86 2081 11.47 6734 12.11 11.35 -.55 +18.6 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.5 34.98 23.16 174 33.86 1219 34.48 33.28 +.35 +8.3 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.1 106.50 70.13 19 99.73 137 102.09 99.38 -.85 +3.3 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 16.49 12.56 2 15.05 4 15.40 14.92 +.05 +2.0 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 11.37 4.70 193 10.45 1282 10.99 10.01 -.35 +5.8 BcpSouth N BXS .56 1.8 35.55 27.20 578 31.30 3416 32.20 30.60 -.50 -.5 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24 1.4 27 18.55 14.38 3 17.00 15 17.40 16.50 +.35 -6.8 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 6.1 24.19 19.66 16 20.90 68 21.19 20.70 -.09 -4.0 Bandwith n Q BAND 33 33.23 18.05 60 30.33 321 33.06 30.00 -2.33 +31.2 BkofAm N BAC .48 1.6 19 33.05 22.07 79642 29.63 364114 30.55 28.75 -.36 +.4 BkAML pfI N BMLpI 1.59 6.2 26.39 25.26 54 25.48 172 25.60 25.46 -.08 -2.0 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.3 24.62 22.64 10 23.56 49 23.93 23.36 -.35 +.8 BkAm pfD N BACpD 1.55 6.1 26.25 25.32 17 25.46 105 25.53 25.37 -.03 -1.5 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.1 25.09 23.03 12 23.42 88 23.68 23.26 -.11 -1.7 BkAm pfI N BACpI 1.66 6.4 26.87 25.00 31 25.80 108 25.88 25.68 +.07 -2.5 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.7 1352.71 1187.95 9 1271.00 28 1293.70 1259.42 -18.45 -3.6 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.3 27.53 25.85 28 26.20 214 26.27 26.11 -.01 -3.5 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.2 27.39 25.82 24 26.41 255 26.45 26.31 +.01 -2.3 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.34 34 25.76 211 26.05 25.63 -.19 -5.3 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 53 25.92 302 26.09 25.80 -.10 -5.5 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.4 25.30 21.65 4 23.26 215 23.60 23.13 -.23 -1.0 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.5 23.11 20.09 7 21.82 41 22.13 21.75 -.25 +1.0 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 74

BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.5 22.97 20.31 1 22.01 18 22.25 21.99 -.23 +1.7 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.9 47.60 30.58 234 44.50 1220 45.69 43.35 -.38 +22.6 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .12 1.0 17 12.40 9.90 12 11.55 69 11.60 11.10 -.07 +.4 BkHawaii N BOH 2.08 2.6 19 89.09 74.72 284 81.52 1414 83.33 80.20 -1.58 -4.9 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.16 1.7 21 77.90 59.05 48 69.35 195 71.45 67.28 +.40 +2.0 BkMont g N BMO 3.71e 84.71 66.75 492 75.47 2417 76.22 73.79 -.10 -5.7 BkNYMel N BK .96 1.9 14 58.99 45.89 5116 50.35 23509 52.14 49.39 -1.18 -6.5 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.2 26.39 23.75 18 25.19 130 25.20 25.03 -.01 +.2 BkNova g N BNS 2.32 3.8 10 66.78 53.86 704 60.35 3988 61.06 59.52 -.70 -6.5 BkPrince n Q BPRN 34.95 29.43 8 34.50 38 34.90 33.65 +.5 BankSC Q BKSC .60 3.1 20 22.00 17.35 0 19.30 13 20.75 19.10 -.80 BkofJames Q BOTJ .24 1.6 15 16.25 13.87 0 15.20 3 15.30 15.19 -.09 +1.8 BkOzarks Q OZRK .78f 1.7 16 53.70 40.15 1080 46.82 5215 48.90 46.21 -1.45 -3.4 BankFncl Q BFIN .32 1.9 30 17.20 13.43 45 16.83 251 17.00 16.66 -.15 +9.7 BankUtd N BKU .84 2.2 15 43.84 30.37 850 38.97 4837 40.13 38.36 -1.01 -4.3 BankwellF Q BWFG .48f 1.5 15 38.50 29.90 7 31.93 41 32.46 31.51 -.35 -7.0 Banner Cp Q BANR 1.40f 2.5 19 62.75 52.07 180 54.91 1081 56.61 54.10 -.58 -.4 Baozun n Q BZUN 52.33 14.21 2454 46.28 9688 47.33 41.71 +.40 +46.6 BarHarbr s A BHB .75 2.7 19 32.94 25.09 46 27.78 209 28.50 27.22 +.06 +2.9 Br iPthCrd N OILB 65.30 42.69 2 62.38 18 63.19 61.99 -1.45 +5.5 BarFIEur N FEEU 148.71 99.32 10 124.40 36 126.62 118.88 +.75 -6.0 BarcFI HY N FIGY 185.67 127.16 1 158.71 49 162.90 154.80 -2.90 -7.2 BarcSPVeq N VQT 181.89 141.74 1 166.82 7 166.82 163.90 +2.88 +5.4tBarSelMLP N ATMP 1.17e 6.4 24.15 17.78 48 18.34 276 18.67 17.78 -11.6 BiP Cmdty N DJP 24.87 21.61 109 24.14 2716 24.35 23.78 -.21 -1.1 BarcGSOil N OIL 7.47 4.45 1087 6.89 6599 7.22 6.86 -.42 +5.4 BarcGsci36 N GSP 16.08 11.96 7 15.53 59 15.90 15.51 -.41 -.1 BrcEnEu n N FLEU 180.26 119.70 1 150.81 5 151.68 141.68 +4.01 -5.2 BiPCop N JJC 37.88 27.93 23 34.24 158 34.77 33.39 +.15 -8.8 BiPNickel N JJN 17.50 10.11 29 16.15 171 16.51 15.75 -.13 +4.9 BiPSPBWrt N BWV 80.07 71.68 1 76.50 8 77.50 74.65 -.70 -2.5 BiP GCrb N GRN 18.41 5.17 13 17.24 89 17.90 16.00 -.26 +68.7 BiPEurUsd N ERO 46.90 39.27 1 44.75 2 45.02 44.21 -.46 +2.6 BiP Tin N JJT 50.46 43.25 2 48.67 5 49.59 48.64 -.20 +6.0 BiPAg N JJA 35.47 29.85 3 31.69 20 31.77 30.95 +.20 +4.1 BiP Sugar N SGG 37.29 24.29 110 24.56 619 25.08 24.33 -.08 -20.5 BiP PrM N JJP 60.90 54.86 2 58.77 2 58.93 58.52 -.89 +1.3 BiP Plat N PGM 21.50 17.86 1 18.45 5 18.73 18.30 -.66 -2.0 BiP Lead N LD 66.21 40.75 1 50.42 4 53.92 43.00 -1.39 -13.6 BiP Cottn N BAL 56.76 43.61 2 54.46 25 54.75 52.26 +.77 +4.3 BrcIndiaTR N INP 91.98 69.65 22 83.61 91 84.70 81.52 +.49 -5.3tBiP Coffee N JO 20.11 14.09 276 14.23 1393 14.37 14.09 -.11 -9.3 BiPGrain N JJG 31.12 24.11 36 26.68 241 26.75 25.49 +.37 +9.5sBiP Cocoa N NIB 32.60 21.17 70 29.92 392 32.60 29.88 -1.63 +31.1 BiP Alum N JJU 19.99 16.22 16 17.55 28 17.70 16.89 +.42 -12.0tBarcBk prD N BCSpD 2.03 7.7 27.24 26.00 106 26.21 733 26.42 26.00 -.12 -1.7 BiPIndMet N JJM 30.93 22.74 0 28.62 4 28.86 28.19 +.24 -6.2 BiPGems38 N JEM 3.18e 10.9 33.00 28.08 0 29.20 3 29.45 28.35 -.24 -.1tBiPLive N COW 26.25 19.63 10 20.62 165 21.11 19.63 -.32 -13.1 BiPEngy N JJE 6.92 4.67 0 6.18 3 6.31 6.18 -.15 -1.8 BiPAsia8 N AYT 1.21e 2.8 45.81 38.77 42.95 5 42.95 42.08 +1.10 +2.6 BiPTrLBear Q DLBS 22.10 13.54 3 19.42 15 20.32 18.47 +.41 +18.8 BiP10yTBear Q DTYS 23.48 13.93 41 21.47 110 22.11 20.91 +.14 +17.6 BiPUrFlat Q FLAT 64.99 59.30 63.80 3 63.80 62.38 +1.30 +3.3 BiP2yrTBear Q DTUS 38.50 29.57 0 38.00 3 38.00 37.18 +.62 +8.5 BarcCAPE N CAPE 126.10 102.14 3 114.40 23 117.73 112.70 -2.45 -1.8tBiPSPMLP N IMLP 1.22e 7.6 21.09 15.44 16.06 13 16.06 15.44 +.19 -10.7 Barclay N BCS .15e 1.3 12.47 9.29 2084 11.90 16803 12.07 11.60 +.08 +9.2 BiP SPVix N XVZ 26.03 17.32 0 20.26 19 21.35 20.26 -.02 -11.7 BrVxMdT rs N VXZ 27.27 16.42 216 22.26 1435 23.07 21.93 +.35 +27.2 B iPVxST rs N VXX 73.60 25.59 44658 49.76 198589 53.82 46.71 +2.45 +78.2 BaringsCp s N MCI 1.20 8.0 16.36 14.70 21 14.94 113 15.10 14.72 -.16 -2.1 BaringsPt N MPV 1.08 7.3 15.15 13.83 11 14.72 67 14.82 14.66 +.01 +4.4 BarHilc rt Q BHACR .47 .11 0 .33 87 .37 .33 -.02 +106.3 B&N Ed n N BNED .60 8.5 11.12 4.99 265 7.03 1456 7.13 6.37 +.14 -14.7 BarnesNob N BKS .60 11.4 9.45 4.10 968 5.25 5296 5.35 4.80 +.45 -21.6 Barnes N B .56 .9 55 72.87 49.31 256 59.88 1071 61.52 57.99 -.01 -5.4 Barnwell A BRN 2.95 1.62 1 1.96 31 1.97 1.82 +.09 -5.8 BarrettB lf Q BBSI 1.00 1.2 34 89.87 44.52 62 81.81 255 86.00 80.54 -1.07 +26.9 BarrickG N ABX .12 .9 27 20.37 11.07 9039 12.69 43141 12.83 12.34 +.24 -12.3 BasicEnS N XYZ .45 tBasicEn n N BAS 35.84 12.72 630 13.68 3535 14.90 12.72 -.76 -41.7 BassettF Q BSET .44 1.5 26 41.30 25.68 39 29.55 323 32.25 29.35 -.80 -21.4 Baxter s N BAX .64 1.0 30 72.58 52.27 2972 63.89 16305 65.81 62.67 -1.15 -1.2 BayBncp Q BYBK 78 14.85 6.75 12 13.34 63 13.50 13.20 -.01 +9.1 BaytexE g N BTE 5 3.63 2.13 1984 2.95 8823 2.98 2.59 +.21 -1.7 BeacnRfg Q BECN 18 66.48 39.57 1066 53.39 3742 55.01 51.58 +.32 -16.3 BearStFin Q BSF .12 1.2 19 10.37 8.66 15 10.27 153 10.31 10.24 +.02 +.4 BeasleyB Q BBGI .20f 1.9 3 18.19 8.15 26 10.40 85 11.20 9.70 -.90 -22.4 BeazerHm N BZH 19 23.24 11.78 533 16.51 3258 17.46 14.86 +.56 -14.1 BectDck N BDX 2.92 1.4 87 248.39 175.66 1321 215.50 6992 220.59 210.21 -1.20 +.7 BectDk pfA N BDXA 63.84 54.18 90 57.95 1083 58.85 57.10 -.48 +.1 BedBath Q BBBY .60 2.9 6 40.76 19.07 3947 21.00 16584 21.74 20.03 +.01 -4.5 BeiGene n Q BGNE 182.79 34.36 270 164.48 1941 167.78 159.00 -3.52 +68.3 BelFuseB Q BELFB .28 1.4 19 33.45 17.10 27 19.45 155 20.25 18.25 +.55 -22.7 Belden N BDC .20 .3 12 87.15 64.51 320 65.44 1848 69.16 64.74 -3.50 -15.2tBelden pfB N BDCpB 114.45 88.37 5 89.60 236 93.15 88.37 -3.68 -13.1 Belltrx g rs N BXE 1 4.25 .99 124 1.33 824 1.39 1.05 +.25 -22.7 Belleroph n Q BLPH 2.74 1.00 78 1.94 577 2.15 1.87 -.14 -24.8 BellicumP Q BLCM 14.49 5.02 312 6.39 1960 6.91 6.26 -.17 -24.0tBelmond N BEL 14.20 10.75 281 11.00 1550 11.20 10.75 -.15 -10.2 Bemis N BMS 1.24f 2.8 18 50.47 40.60 727 43.63 3750 44.83 43.08 +.11 -8.7 BenchElec N BHE .15p 20 35.80 27.05 278 29.10 1365 30.05 28.95 -.75 BenefBncp Q BNCL .24a 1.6 33 17.50 14.30 265 15.45 1314 15.90 15.23 -.10 -6.1 Benefitfoc Q BNFT 37.10 21.75 169 24.65 1254 25.10 22.75 +.25 -8.7 BenitecB n Q BNTC 5.48 1.85 2 3.25 20 3.28 3.15 +.07 +9.8 Berkley N WRB .56 .8 21 74.43 62.00 312 72.20 2013 73.84 70.66 -.50 +.8 Berkley pfB N WRBpB 1.41 5.7 26.21 23.67 8 24.65 48 25.19 24.50 -.40 -2.3 Berkly pfC N WRBpC 27.24 24.53 8 25.01 82 25.60 25.01 -.56 -4.5 Berkly pfD N WRBpD 1.44 5.8 26.92 24.10 11 24.82 55 25.25 24.82 -.33 -4.3 BerkH B N BRK/B 27 217.62 160.93 5577 195.49 25709 202.77 192.02 -3.99 -1.4 BerkHBcp N BHLB .88f 2.4 18 40.10 32.85 167 37.40 745 38.45 37.05 -.55 +2.2 BerryPlas N BERY 21 61.71 47.81 565 54.05 4989 55.58 53.16 -.76 -7.9 BestBuy N BBY 1.80f 2.6 21 78.59 48.03 3203 70.49 16113 73.17 67.99 +.50 +3.0 Best Inc n N BSTI 13.25 8.08 329 10.18 2746 10.50 9.94 -.12 +13.4 Beyondsp n Q BYSI 48.49 19.40 0 27.00 13 27.02 25.60 +1.38 -7.1 Big 5Sprt Q BGFV .60 8.2 7 17.10 5.05 422 7.30 2562 7.60 6.80 +.05 -3.9 BigLots N BIG 1.20f 2.8 12 64.42 42.36 1998 43.06 8806 44.69 42.47 -.47 -23.3 BigRockP n Q BRPA 10.93 9.58 9.83 29 9.83 9.78 +.01 +1.5 BigRock rt Q BRPAR .74 .29 .41 2 .41 .40 -.01 +10.8 BigRock un Q BRPAU 11.00 9.99 1 10.33 13 10.41 10.33 -.02 +.9 BiglariHld N BH 10 451.15 290.05 11 430.87 41 438.51 393.12 +22.46 +4.0 Bilibili n Q BILI 11.80 9.62 685 10.94 8356 11.50 10.55 -.06 -2.7 BioRadA N BIO 64 279.59 200.65 127 244.10 657 252.02 240.01 -5.98 +2.3 BioTechne Q TECH 1.28 .9 48 151.89 98.22 146 145.33 1106 151.86 142.66 -5.71 +12.2 BioDlvry lf Q BDSI 3.60 1.55 285 2.10 920 2.30 2.00 -.15 -28.8 BioLifeSol Q BLFS 7.53 2.01 213 7.17 1613 7.50 5.49 +2.04 +19.5 BioLneRx h Q BLRX 1.34 .80 211 .87 1062 .93 .83 -.00 -20.4 BioXcelT n Q BTAI 11.94 8.66 46 11.05 469 11.20 10.50 +.81 +.2 BioanlySys Q BASI 13 2.95 1.11 9 1.46 450 2.00 1.37 -.14 -40.4 Bioblast rs Q ORPN 5.99 1.81 35 1.87 113 2.09 1.86 -.11 -18.2tBiocept rs Q BIOC 2.26 .23 733 .27 8544 .29 .23 -.03 -61.7 Biocryst Q BCRX 8.80 3.95 827 4.60 4778 5.15 4.53 -.17 -6.3 Biofront n Q BFRA 17.98 11.25 2 13.70 7 15.70 13.70 -2.82 +12.5 Biogen Q BIIB 16 370.57 244.28 1950 257.65 8531 273.31 256.77 -16.17 -19.1 BiohvnPh n N BHVN 39.51 16.50 411 23.62 3639 25.83 23.49 -2.14 -12.5 Biolase Q BIOL 1.45 .28 27 .42 191 .43 .39 +.01 -2.1tBioMarin Q BMRN 100.51 76.27 1285 76.01 5788 80.42 75.81 -5.06 -14.8 Biomeri n Q BMRA 9.32 2.02 3 4.15 34 4.16 4.00 +.11 +11.0 BiondVax n Q BVXV 10.75 4.60 8 5.85 117 6.31 5.21 +.42 +9.1 BioPhrmX A BPMX .90 .10 4996 .22 39835 .25 .18 -.01 +100.9 BioScrip Q BIOS 3.39 1.35 1113 2.64 3716 2.65 2.31 +.18 -9.3 BioSpecif Q BSTC 27 58.79 38.05 14 43.39 102 44.78 42.26 -.95 +.1 BiostrPh rs Q BSPM 5.97 1.18 64 2.72 292 3.29 2.62 -.55 +53.7 BioTelem Q BEAT 39.20 23.30 263 30.60 1296 32.25 30.30 -.45 +2.3 BioTime A BTX 3 3.50 2.10 436 2.33 2203 2.75 2.30 -.36 +8.4tBirksGrp A BGI 2.77 1.01 1 1.05 102 1.11 1.01 -.02 -19.2sBisnCap n Q BCAC 10.00 9.67 0 10.00 5 10.00 9.96 +.06 +1.3 BisnCap rt Q BCACR .52 .25 .50 5 .50 .42 -.00 +31.4tBitautoH N BITA 27 54.42 19.42 1280 20.34 5021 22.49 19.42 -.81 -36.0tBlackBox Q BBOX .48 24.6 11.00 1.80 108 1.95 612 2.05 1.80 -.05 -45.1 BlkHillsCp N BKH 1.78 3.3 16 72.02 50.49 376 53.99 2270 54.85 53.40 -.31 -10.2 BlkHCp un N BKHU 78.74 56.40 10 59.76 75 60.41 59.31 -.44 -9.6 BlKnight n N BKI 53.00 42.70 1027 47.70 4948 49.65 46.30 +.60 +8.0 BlRidgAc n Q BRAC 9.72 9.52 0 9.71 7 9.72 9.69 +.02 +.6 BlRidgAc rt Q BRACR .35 .22 25 .31 50 .31 .31 +.01 +10.7 BlRidgA un Q BRACU 10.56 9.97 0 10.46 4 10.46 10.42 +.04 +3.2 BlkStMin n N BSM 1.25 7.4 17 19.03 15.12 258 16.91 1050 17.03 16.40 +.36 -5.7 BlackLin n Q BL 45.19 28.79 957 38.33 3030 40.27 37.86 -.88 +16.9 BlkRkCap Q BKCC .72 11.8 22 7.88 5.48 249 6.08 1986 6.17 5.94 +.05 -2.4 Blckbaud Q BLKB .48 .5 76 116.07 75.45 206 103.48 1305 106.73 98.52 +1.67 +9.5 BlackBerry N BB 18 14.55 8.47 5390 10.19 39019 11.42 10.05 -1.31 -8.8 BlkhwkNet Q HAWK 47.00 32.60 683 44.60 6991 44.80 44.60 -.10 +25.1 BlackRock N BLK 11.52f 2.2 23 594.52 375.52 519 519.92 2722 544.58 510.06 -21.80 +1.2 Blrk22Gl n N BGIO 10.20 9.27 26 9.54 255 9.55 9.40 +.05 -2.7 BlkBldAm N BBN 1.58 7.0 23.96 21.38 105 22.65 581 22.65 22.34 +.13 -2.3 BlkCA18 N BJZ .33 2.3 15.35 14.37 21 14.68 73 14.76 14.67 -.09 +.8 BlkCAIT N BFZ .87 6.6 14.81 12.90 105 13.08 528 13.10 12.96 +.09 -5.1 BlkCorBd N BHK .78 6.0 14.26 12.87 75 13.03 344 13.13 13.00 -.07 -7.2 BlkCpHiY N HYT .84 8.0 11.47 10.41 226 10.54 1180 10.60 10.49 -.05 -3.7 BlkCrdAllo N BTZ .97 7.7 13.66 12.54 315 12.55 882 12.69 12.54 -.12 -5.8 BlkDbtStr rs N DSU .82 7.0 11.86 11.26 147 11.64 1082 11.68 11.59 +.02 -.5 BlkEngyRs N BGR 1.32 9.7 15.50 12.32 496 13.54 1053 13.65 12.82 +.32 -4.5 BlkEnhC&I N CII 1.20 7.7 17.08 14.22 162 15.56 1092 15.85 15.27 -.19 -5.0 BlkEEqDv N BDJ .56 6.4 9.65 8.03 488 8.70 3840 8.86 8.49 -.03 -5.7 BlEnhGvIn N EGF .66 5.1 14.14 12.90 2 13.00 12 13.05 12.96 -.03 -3.0 BlkFltRtInc N FRA .81 5.6 14.63 13.70 190 14.49 738 14.58 14.46 -.04 +5.1 BlkFloatR N BGT .70 5.1 14.79 13.40 63 13.76 344 14.03 13.73 -.22 -1.1tBlkFL2020 N BFO .37 2.6 15.20 14.14 17 14.27 42 14.37 13.46 +.04 -1.0 BlkGlbOp N BOE 1.16 10.1 13.08 10.03 195 11.56 1256 11.68 11.34 -.01 -7.6 BlkHlthSci N BME 2.40 7.0 38.00 32.81 43 34.27 204 36.45 33.55 -.73 -6.1 BlkIT N BKT .37 6.3 6.40 5.76 83 5.87 855 5.89 5.85 -4.9 BlkIntlG&I N BGY .59 9.7 6.85 5.63 345 6.08 1402 6.17 5.98 -.01 -6.7 BlkIQM N BKN .74a 5.4 15.75 13.52 68 13.70 173 13.81 13.65 -.03 -8.2tBlkLtdD N BLW .95 6.3 16.30 14.91 66 15.05 418 15.15 14.91 -.03 -5.3 BlkLTMu N BTA .65a 5.7 12.54 11.17 42 11.41 202 11.44 11.26 +.09 -4.9 BlkMDMB A BZM .65 4.1 15.90 13.05 3 13.15 21 13.48 13.12 -.16 -3.5 BlkMATxE A MHE .70a 5.3 15.00 12.84 0 13.20 6 13.30 12.90 -.04 -5.3 BlkMultSec N BIT 1.40a 8.4 18.77 16.56 131 16.76 525 16.96 16.69 -.03 -7.7 BlkMuIntD N MUI .59a 4.5 14.41 13.00 39 13.14 445 13.18 13.05 +.03 -5.6 BlkMuNYInt N MNE .69 5.4 14.45 12.65 4 12.86 38 12.99 12.72 -.03 -5.5 BlkMunihCA N MUC .64 4.9 15.19 13.05 119 13.17 454 13.28 13.13 -.02 -7.3 BlkMunHIQ N MFL .86 6.6 15.33 12.89 83 13.05 412 13.09 12.90 -.02 -10.7 BlMunhNYQ N MHN .61a 4.8 14.58 12.41 49 12.63 231 12.63 12.54 +.06 -5.7 BlMunhNJQ N MUJ .71a 5.3 14.96 13.23 44 13.42 253 13.45 13.28 +.03 -7.3 BlkMunihQ N MUS .81 6.4 14.22 12.38 23 12.61 169 12.62 12.40 +.09 -5.8 BlkMunHQ2 N MUE .82 6.6 14.33 12.12 65 12.31 284 12.35 12.22 +.06 -11.5 BlMunyCAQ N MCA .88 6.6 15.69 13.18 124 13.37 508 13.41 13.28 +.05 -8.8 BlkMunyInv N MYF .97 7.0 17.88 13.63 13 13.92 160 14.01 13.86 -6.3 BlkMunyIQ N MFT .85 6.4 15.32 13.00 6 13.23 63 13.23 13.13 +.05 -5.1 BlkMYMIQ N MIY .83 6.2 14.35 13.14 40 13.32 204 13.34 13.22 +.02 -4.9 BlMunyNYQ N MYN .57a 4.7 13.43 11.95 63 12.17 246 12.17 12.02 +.12 -5.8 BlkMunyPaQ N MPA .86 6.1 14.91 13.35 15 14.05 76 14.10 13.66 +.26 -2.1 BlMunyQlty N MQY .96 6.8 16.10 13.81 42 14.02 471 14.13 13.83 -.05 -7.6 BlkMuniyQ3 N MYI .70 5.5 14.86 12.46 220 12.64 803 12.68 12.55 -8.5 BlkMuniast N MUA .65a 4.8 15.84 13.31 55 13.51 261 13.54 13.31 +.02 -9.8 Blk2018 N BPK .06 .4 15.10 14.71 22 14.91 140 14.95 14.86 -.01 +.9 BlkMu2020 N BKK .47a 3.1 15.95 14.92 26 15.26 148 15.26 15.03 +.18 +1.7 BlkMuBdT N BBK .76a 5.3 16.47 14.10 18 14.34 74 14.42 14.27 +.03 -5.3 BlkMuIIQ N BAF .82 5.9 15.58 13.70 9 13.99 63 14.00 13.86 +.06 -5.5 BlkMunIIT N BBF .87 6.6 15.80 13.00 23 13.14 143 13.21 13.00 +.08 -6.3tBlkMuIQT N BYM .86 6.6 15.24 12.95 41 13.11 213 13.15 12.95 -.04 -7.6 BlkMuIT N BFK .78 6.0 14.72 12.72 252 12.92 621 12.99 12.84 +.03 -8.3 BlkMuIT2 A BLE .95a 7.1 15.87 13.31 43 13.54 229 13.64 13.34 +.13 -6.2 BlkMuTTT N BTT .86a 4.0 23.62 20.98 73 21.46 373 21.51 21.26 +.15 -3.9 BlkMunienh N MEN .73a 6.8 12.46 10.48 37 10.62 283 10.68 10.55 -.01 -8.9 BlkMunihld N MHD .89a 5.8 18.25 15.07 34 15.29 144 15.31 15.15 +.03 -7.4 BlkMunihd2 N MUH .81a 5.8 16.63 13.76 23 13.94 98 13.98 13.87 +.04 -5.7 BlkMunvst A MVF .64a 7.3 10.02 8.74 347 8.83 758 8.88 8.77 -.03 -8.1 BlkMuniv2 N MVT .88a 6.1 16.18 14.28 51 14.40 238 14.49 14.28 +.05 -6.8 BlkMunyAZ A MZA .83 5.5 17.90 14.03 3 15.16 33 15.44 15.05 -.28 -6.2 BlMunyldCA N MYC .74a 5.8 15.72 13.17 75 13.52 287 13.56 13.30 +.19 -8.6 BlkMuniyld N MYD .80a 6.0 15.73 13.23 333 13.37 719 13.49 13.30 -7.9 BlkMunyNJ N MYJ .90 6.4 17.48 13.86 40 14.00 230 14.01 13.86 +.04 -11.4 BlMunQlt2 N MQT .80 6.6 13.91 11.92 38 12.10 201 12.16 12.01 -.02 -7.6 BlkNJMB A BLJ .83a 6.1 16.21 13.51 8 13.74 29 13.84 13.52 +.08 -6.7tBlkNJIT N BNJ .76 5.4 16.35 13.90 10 14.06 76 14.15 13.90 -.03 -6.6 BlkNY18 N BLH .03 .2 14.99 14.66 0 14.74 15 14.79 14.67 -.01 +.3 BlkNYMB N BQH .74 5.6 15.65 13.08 9 13.24 18 13.32 13.15 +.02 -10.1 BlkNYIQT N BSE .69 5.5 14.00 12.33 3 12.52 32 12.57 12.42 +.02 -4.9 BlkNYIT N BNY .83 6.3 15.50 12.98 8 13.16 63 13.23 13.08 +.09 -8.0 BlkNYMu2 A BFY .84 6.4 15.90 12.90 4 13.11 33 13.15 12.96 +.02 -11.4 BlkRsCmdy N BCX .79 8.6 10.50 7.76 762 9.12 1761 9.19 8.69 +.24 -6.7 BlkSciTch N BST 1.20 4.0 34.26 20.44 100 29.63 708 30.15 28.75 -.45 +11.0 BlkStMT N BSD .78a 6.1 15.61 12.41 25 12.69 89 12.74 12.59 +.01 -7.2 BlkU&Inf N BUI 1.45 7.3 21.74 19.08 37 19.75 219 19.89 19.46 -.06 -8.6 BlkVAMB A BHV .83 5.3 20.22 15.53 0 15.88 6 16.27 15.75 -.09 -7.7 BlkstFltRt N BSL 1.08 5.9 18.80 17.01 39 18.18 220 18.51 18.16 -.28 +1.0 BlkstGSOSt N BGB 1.26 8.0 16.41 15.51 140 15.84 813 15.93 15.80 -.04 +.8 Blackstone N BX 2.70e 8.7 15 37.52 28.85 9306 31.01 37483 31.98 30.13 -.94 -3.2 BlkstnMtg N BXMT 2.48 7.9 13 33.08 29.51 676 31.46 3652 31.67 30.88 +.04 -2.2sBlkLSCrInc N BGX 1.18 7.1 16.98 15.45 57 16.49 598 16.98 16.13 +.31 +3.6tBlinkCh n Q BLNK 3.29 2.38 42 2.17 143 2.89 2.15 -.58 -30.4 BlockHR N HRB .96 3.8 21 31.80 22.82 2693 25.51 14390 26.14 24.30 +.10 -2.7sBlonderT A BDR 1.52 .38 311 .87 7057 1.52 .60 +.12 +43.9sBloominBr Q BLMN .36f 1.5 22 24.90 16.11 1261 24.69 4787 25.00 23.77 +.41 +15.7 Blucora Q BCOR 26.15 16.65 300 24.25 1748 24.85 22.95 -.35 +9.7tBlueAprn n N APRN 7 10.10 1.72 1404 1.77 8509 2.05 1.72 -.23 -56.1 BlueBird Q BLBD 10 24.20 15.66 98 23.40 584 24.15 23.05 -.30 +17.6 BlueBPet n Q BUFF 46 40.15 21.51 3688 39.92 26431 39.98 39.82 +.11 +21.7 BlueCapRe N BCRH 1.20 10.3 20.20 11.00 24 11.65 126 12.45 11.50 -.55 -3.3 BlueHBcp Q BHBK .60a 2.9 26 22.05 17.35 37 20.55 307 21.08 20.30 -.30 +2.2 BluebBio Q BLUE 236.17 74.45 1089 162.70 4753 175.50 154.45 -8.05 -8.6 BluegVac n N BXG .15p 22.47 13.00 91 21.98 323 22.41 20.79 +.81 +20.4 BlueknEP Q BKEP .58 12.7 7.35 4.05 28 4.55 316 4.85 4.25 +.30 -10.8tBluekn pf Q BKEPP .72 10.1 8.52 7.12 10 7.11 57 7.20 7.10 -.06 -8.4 BlueLinx rs N BXC 11 38.77 7.57 262 35.86 1347 35.99 30.30 +3.27 +267.4 BlueprtM n Q BPMC 109.00 34.38 326 89.64 1789 98.78 86.95 -2.06 +18.9 BluerkRsd A BRG 1.16 13.3 13.77 7.02 211 8.74 1093 8.77 8.33 +.24 -13.6 BluerkRs pf A BRGpA 2.06 8.3 27.00 24.53 5 24.92 32 25.20 24.91 -.06 -5.5 BluerkR pfD A BRGpD 1.78 8.3 26.25 20.84 3 21.40 17 21.86 21.07 +.15 -15.1 BluerkR pfC A BRGpC 1.91 8.2 26.50 22.48 4 23.20 17 23.56 22.95 +.13 -8.8tBdwlkPpl N BWP .40 3.9 9 18.79 9.85 1224 10.26 4977 10.43 9.85 +.11 -20.5 Boeing N BA 6.84f 2.1 34 371.60 175.47 5709 326.12 30272 338.96 311.88 -1.76 +10.6 BofI Hld s Q BOFI 20 42.49 21.60 824 40.24 3947 41.70 37.77 -.29 +34.6 BofI pf Q BOFIL 1.56 6.0 28.33 24.25 1 25.87 13 25.88 25.63 +.32 +.2 Boingo Q WIFI 28.34 12.73 665 25.13 1725 25.47 23.38 +.36 +11.7 BoiseCasc N BCC .28 .7 19 45.95 26.25 271 39.80 2139 40.97 37.35 +1.20 -.3 Bojangles n Q BOJA 7 22.35 11.35 617 14.00 1576 14.20 13.35 +.15 +18.6 BonanzaCE N BCEI 36 87.48 23.33 313 27.08 1072 28.28 25.88 -.63 -1.8 BonsoElec Q BNSO 4.10 1.96 12 3.11 240 3.48 2.96 -.02 +26.9 BookingHl Q BKNG 28 2228.99 1630.56 349 2033.41 1958 2102.46 2009.92 -46.98 +17.0 BootBarn N BOOT 20 20.31 5.90 272 17.66 1791 17.90 16.71 -.07 +6.3 BoozAllnH N BAH .76f 2.0 20 40.25 31.06 528 38.84 4022 39.73 37.64 +.12 +1.9 BorgWarn N BWA .68 1.3 14 58.22 37.64 1172 51.27 7535 52.72 48.17 +1.04 +.4 BorqsTch Q BRQS 10.50 4.00 4 9.70 18 9.80 8.80 +1.00 +78.0sBostBeer N SAM 25 208.75 128.70 111 203.15 962 208.75 185.95 +14.10 +6.3 BosOma n Q BOMN 35.49 12.15 171 22.40 521 27.49 21.32 +.54 -30.8 BostPrv Q BPFH .48f 3.2 17 17.20 13.95 388 14.95 1758 15.50 14.55 -.10 -3.2 BostPrv pf Q BPFHP 1.74 6.9 26.29 25.07 0 25.30 3 25.32 25.25 -.19 -1.3 BostProp N BXP 3.20f 2.6 24 137.35 111.57 598 120.96 3669 123.73 120.20 -2.26 -7.0 BosProp pfB N BXPpB 1.31 5.3 26.94 22.69 3 24.92 82 24.92 24.50 +.31 -1.3 BostonSci N BSX 19 29.93 24.31 6427 27.35 38091 28.40 26.42 +.03 +10.3 BttmlnT Q EPAY 42 39.99 21.52 345 39.08 1645 39.60 36.79 +.33 +12.7 BldrG&IFd N BIF .11a 1.0 11.84 9.25 195 10.73 821 10.93 10.50 -.05 -3.2 BovieMed A BVX 4.29 1.87 32 2.92 207 3.02 2.81 -.05 +12.3 BowlA A BWL/A .68 4.5 42 16.64 13.43 0 15.21 11 15.34 14.65 +.41 +1.4 Box Inc n N BOX 24.50 16.44 948 20.14 7556 21.09 19.59 -.41 -4.6 Boxlight n Q BOXL 9.17 3.00 7 3.57 25 5.00 3.18 -.49 -38.3 BoydGm N BYD .20 21 40.44 21.36 1078 32.00 7497 33.27 30.65 +.14 -8.7 BradyCp N BRC .83 2.3 24 40.25 31.70 187 36.85 1193 37.75 36.00 -.09 -2.8 Brainstorm Q BCLI 5.18 2.88 51 3.34 487 3.86 3.08 +.19 -14.8 Brandyw N BDN .72 4.7 17 18.69 15.21 1185 15.34 7756 15.89 15.23 -.36 -15.7 BrasilAgro N LND 4.55 3.21 0 3.83 6 4.10 3.76 +.03 +9.3 Braskem N BAK .78e 2.8 33.73 17.44 311 27.56 1709 28.71 26.80 -1.43 +5.0 BravoBrio Q BBRG 5.30 1.65 1284 4.00 1904 4.05 3.90 +60.0 BridgeBcp Q BDGE .92 2.8 17 37.95 29.80 55 32.90 284 33.75 32.45 -.65 -6.0 Bridglne rs Q BLIN 4.45 1.81 2.10 8 2.19 2.03 +.04 -13.5 BridgptEd N BPI 27 15.85 5.71 78 6.39 600 6.74 6.33 -.35 -23.0 BridgBcs n Q BWB 13.66 12.60 102 12.95 547 13.33 12.87 -.12 +2.6 BridgfdFds Q BRID 15 21.55 10.96 1 14.85 8 14.93 14.20 -.11 +18.3 BrigStrat N BGG .56 2.8 12 27.34 20.00 279 20.36 1308 21.35 20.18 -1.05 -19.7 BrightHrz N BFAM 48 105.04 70.79 583 96.10 2258 100.11 95.00 -3.62 +2.2 BrghtSch n N BEDU 28.18 10.79 79 15.17 721 15.81 14.90 -.27 -18.7 Brightcove Q BCOV 9.00 5.40 89 7.05 481 7.15 6.83 +.10 -.7tBrghtFn n Q BHF 70.00 49.05 559 50.24 3692 52.18 49.05 -1.16 -14.3 Brinker N EAT 1.52 3.9 12 45.81 29.50 1692 38.67 7058 39.20 35.55 +2.57 -.4 Brinks N BCO .60 .8 88.10 54.25 453 73.60 2465 75.70 69.83 +2.25 -6.5 BrMySq N BMY 1.60 2.6 60 70.05 51.56 6344 60.88 28169 63.23 59.98 -1.97 -.7 BristowGp N BRS .28 2.1 17.35 6.21 294 13.14 1713 13.60 12.31 +.14 -2.4 BritATob s N BTI 2.24e 3.7 73.41 53.38 2170 60.27 9971 60.80 56.71 +2.58 -10.0 BrixmorP N BRX 1.10f 7.3 10 22.02 13.74 2111 15.04 17627 15.47 14.84 +.07 -19.4 BroadcInc Q AVGO 7.00 3.1 285.68 208.44 2880 228.87 21347 241.68 225.44 -6.78 -10.9 BroadrdgF N BR 1.46 1.4 32 110.05 66.50 502 106.55 4466 110.00 105.88 -3.14 +17.6 BroadVis Q BVSN 5.45 2.30 2 2.30 35 2.75 2.30 -.49 -36.1 BrdwyFn h Q BYFC 26 2.67 1.63 0 2.08 8 2.14 1.96 -.03 -11.9tBroadwdE Q BWEN 13 9.80 2.10 2045 3.03 2154 3.25 2.10 +.83 +11.4tBrookdale N BKD 15.66 6.33 2462 6.75 19102 6.83 6.33 +.04 -30.4 BrkfdAs g s N BAM .60f 1.6 13 44.33 36.07 809 38.55 8595 39.24 38.25 -.45 -11.5sBrookBus n N BBU .25 .6 40.93 24.15 23 40.29 210 41.42 35.42 +4.28 +16.7 BrkfDtla pf N DTLAp 1.91 7.3 31.31 23.62 6 26.00 46 27.02 24.76 -1.00 -9.7tBrkGblInf N INF 1.40 12.1 14.20 11.20 94 11.59 385 11.75 11.20 -.12 -10.4 BrkfInfra s N BIP 1.88f 4.5 30 46.88 37.54 239 41.60 1172 42.14 41.12 -.04 -7.2 BrkfldPrp Q BPY 1.26 6.6 24.96 18.13 665 18.95 3104 19.49 18.46 -.24 -14.5 BrkRlAs n N RA .20p 24.39 21.06 85 21.85 468 22.01 21.67 +.08 -6.5 BrkfReEn N BEP 1.96f 6.5 36.00 29.80 111 30.27 834 31.36 30.22 -.86 -13.3 BrklneB Q BRKL .36 2.2 20 17.20 13.60 368 16.10 1728 16.40 15.75 -.10 +2.5 BrooksAuto Q BRKS .40 1.6 28 34.77 20.84 580 25.70 2412 27.18 24.51 -1.38 +7.8 BrwnBrn s N BRO 26 26.94 20.66 1260 25.09 7007 25.61 24.34 -.35 BrownFA s N BF/A .79 1.5 31 56.10 34.46 11 53.20 84 54.49 52.06 -.13 +6.4 BrownFB s N BF/B 56.81 36.38 744 54.42 4398 55.64 52.85 +.02 BrukerCp Q BRKR .16 .5 28 36.53 21.83 640 29.12 4404 30.49 28.84 -.80 -15.2 Brunswick N BC .76 1.3 16 64.45 48.04 352 58.51 3515 59.71 56.41 -.88 +6.0 BrynMawr Q BMTC .88 2.0 19 47.20 38.50 34 43.60 290 44.70 43.00 -.35 -1.4 Bsquare Q BSQR 5.84 3.35 5 4.30 79 4.50 4.10 +.05 -7.5 Buckeye N BPL 5.05 13.5 11 69.95 35.24 1408 37.29 4827 38.50 36.32 -.10 -24.7 Buckle N BKE 1.00e 4.4 12 25.11 13.50 547 22.55 3607 23.60 21.15 +.40 -5.1 Buenavent N BVN 16.53 10.87 696 15.94 5483 16.10 15.29 +.71 +13.2 BldBear N BBW 19 11.90 7.25 99 9.45 443 9.60 8.60 +.30 +2.7 BldrFstSrc Q BLDR 23 23.28 13.33 917 19.70 5283 20.12 18.48 -.14 -9.6 BungeLt N BG 1.84 2.4 33 83.75 63.87 1423 75.59 13064 76.64 71.60 +1.65 +12.7tBurcon g Q BUR 1.58 .38 16 .39 200 .42 .38 -.01 -25.0sBurlStrs N BURL 32 138.45 79.07 816 136.94 4862 138.45 131.67 +3.79 +11.3 BylineBc n N BY 24.80 19.02 52 23.14 305 23.38 22.38 +.21 +.7C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.36 2.6 13 65.05 45.28 15 52.05 42 54.05 51.65 -.55 -10.3 C&J Eng n N CJ 36.57 22.99 1100 25.59 18452 26.95 24.67 -.23 -23.5tCTrkMH23 N MLPC .89e 6.9 17.66 12.86 2 12.94 47 13.21 12.85 -.17 -15.0 CA Inc Q CA 1.02 3.1 15 37.25 30.45 2151 33.18 14455 34.11 32.45 -.72 -.3sCAE Inc g N CAE .36 19.28 15.06 171 18.75 1524 19.28 18.38 +.16 +1.0 CAI Intl N CAI 6 40.11 14.43 140 20.64 989 21.86 20.02 -.62 -27.1 CAS Med Q CASM 1.50 .59 10 1.27 69 1.30 1.12 +.01 +64.9sCASI Phr h Q CASI 7.20 .91 4544 7.01 16632 7.59 4.13 +2.84 +115.7sCB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.7 17 32.41 25.10 32.41 12 32.41 30.50 +1.36 +8.0 CBAK Eng Q CBAK 2.35 1.20 21 1.33 118 1.40 1.30 -.03 -10.2 CBIZ Inc N CBZ 21 19.65 13.75 107 18.55 700 19.10 17.98 +.30 +20.1 CBL Asc N CBL .80m 18.2 2 10.11 4.00 1740 4.40 17405 4.51 4.06 +.23 -22.3 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 10.6 24.96 16.30 33 17.40 742 17.43 16.77 +.22 -20.4 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 10.5 25.08 15.06 61 15.75 201 15.93 15.17 -.15 -28.6 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.08 1.0 44 138.54 80.00 1300 109.34 7079 115.13 108.47 -4.76 -12.2 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 8.2 8.05 7.17 277 7.30 1504 7.38 7.21 -.01 -7.8 CBRE Grp N CBRE 18 48.39 32.46 1805 46.73 9221 47.96 45.83 -.49 +7.9 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.4 15 70.00 49.33 4 53.13 56 54.00 50.47 +1.69 -11.1 CBS B N CBS .72 1.4 12 69.31 49.24 3236 52.84 24900 53.89 50.33 +1.45 -10.4 CBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .7 30.87 27.00 27 28.70 259 29.50 27.82 -.74 -3.2 CCA Inds A CAW 14 3.81 2.90 34 2.95 38 3.00 2.90 -6.3 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 .9 25 76.04 59.33 920 63.49 5994 64.72 62.02 +.15 -10.9 CDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.2 24 76.73 55.80 634 67.95 3735 70.80 67.44 -2.36 -2.2 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 22 51.80 33.10 150 35.20 711 37.30 35.10 -1.00 -23.7 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 3.3 45.00 25.04 3400 36.83 16987 38.89 35.70 -.90 -13.4 CGG rs N CGG 7.67 1.88 33 2.00 487 2.36 1.95 -.29 -55.2 CGI g N GIB 59.89 46.40 273 57.39 1348 58.60 56.71 -.25 +5.6 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 2.0 27 100.18 63.41 1499 90.48 7899 94.98 89.76 -3.23 +1.6tCHF Sol rs Q CHFS 45.00 2.50 321 3.00 5411 3.55 2.50 +.21 -13.3 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.7 31.47 28.89 17 29.95 60 29.99 29.60 -.04 -.6 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 6.9 29.86 27.78 27 28.75 98 29.35 28.63 -.59 -.2 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.3 29.99 26.16 14 28.32 93 28.38 27.55 +.24 +3.5 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.3 28.99 25.56 13 26.83 111 27.14 26.46 -.10 +1.4 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.7 29.90 27.15 19 27.90 186 27.98 27.32 +.09 -.9 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.6 37 20.45 11.75 6 13.85 53 14.35 12.60 +1.20 -27.5 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.3 49 56.14 42.50 676 51.08 4123 53.09 50.51 -.42 +3.8 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.2 43 12.15 9.60 6 10.30 10 10.41 9.85 +.07 +1.2 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 12.2 6 10.80 7.40 14 8.20 150 8.75 8.15 +.6sCM SevSt n Q CMSS 9.82 9.59 2 9.79 14 9.82 9.70 +.05 +1.5sCM SvSt un Q CMSSU 10.35 9.93 4 10.25 69 10.35 10.19 +2.9 CM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .40 .01 52 .31 57 .32 .30 -.01 -3.1 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.8 35 171.71 114.82 1314 158.26 9167 164.11 155.40 -3.48 +8.4 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43f 3.2 28 50.83 40.48 2807 45.32 16342 45.81 44.72 +.03 -4.2 CNA Fn N CNA 1.20a 2.5 14 55.62 43.15 417 48.45 1403 49.93 47.72 -.90 -8.7 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.3 17 31.46 20.91 21 28.78 84 29.77 28.10 -.31 +9.7 CNH Indl N CNHI .12e 1.0 15.65 9.70 2032 11.64 10669 12.39 11.52 -.76 -13.1 CNO Fincl N CNO .36 1.6 14 26.47 19.37 1091 21.90 8046 22.82 21.24 +.23 -11.3 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 3.4 166.23 108.05 223 142.77 975 148.53 138.99 -5.10 -.6 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.25 7.0 11 23.02 15.25 82 17.80 430 18.44 17.51 -.59 +6.1 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .3 18.08 11.30 5310 14.95 17142 15.81 14.34 -.48 +2.2 ConslCoal n N CCR 16.65 13.15 17 14.60 118 14.76 13.75 +.65 -6.7 CONSOL n N CEIX 41.89 19.51 278 29.35 1499 30.30 28.25 +.38 -25.7 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e .8 17.69 10.63 31 14.54 155 15.01 14.33 -.46 +26.4 CPI Aero A CVU 15 10.05 5.55 19 9.65 131 9.95 9.30 -.10 +7.8 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 21.25 2.45 33 2.55 114 3.05 2.55 -.47 -30.5 CPS Tech Q CPSH 26 2.20 1.02 1 1.29 43 1.36 1.26 -.06 -22.3sCRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.3 35 55.42 31.77 32 53.74 295 55.42 50.93 +1.45 +19.6 CRH Med A CRHM 9.25 1.46 30 2.75 438 2.75 2.40 +.20 +3.8 CRH N CRH .72e 2.1 39.32 32.47 1237 33.95 3530 34.39 33.07 -.07 -5.9 CRISPR n Q CRSP 61.24 13.50 2772 43.27 5628 49.32 40.25 -2.44 +84.3 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84f 1.9 25 48.82 35.48 301 44.76 1103 46.86 43.19 -.53 +2.1 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 10.8 10.15 4.12 155 6.97 457 7.40 6.82 -.29 +27.4 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 6.8 20.51 13.45 1 17.26 7 17.61 17.09 -.52 -2.0 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 3.8 28 18.89 9.61 0 11.58 22 12.18 10.75 +.83 -26.8tCSS Inds N CSS .80 4.5 74 30.29 17.13 43 17.77 340 17.91 17.13 +.27 -36.1 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 31 50.00 34.05 42 44.40 164 45.75 43.30 -.65 -3.4 CSX Q CSX .88f 1.6 9 60.04 46.04 5328 54.35 28881 56.04 53.53 -1.36 -1.2 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 4.52 2.45 105 3.81 937 4.04 3.70 -.09 +42.2 CTI Inds Q CTIB 6.20 3.25 1 3.76 19 4.15 3.75 -.24 -7.6 CTS N CTS .16 .6 23 28.75 19.30 117 28.15 462 28.60 26.40 +.95 +9.3 CUI Glbl Q CUI 4.93 2.44 11 2.77 150 2.82 2.51 +.17 +.7 CURO Gp n N CURO 17.97 13.50 79 17.13 821 17.75 16.90 -.07 +21.7 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.5 21 25.49 19.58 330 22.22 1829 22.95 21.96 -.28 -5.7 CVD Eqp Q CVV 19 13.50 8.75 25 8.98 153 9.95 8.98 -.15 -22.7 CVR Engy N CVI 2.00 6.3 39.70 16.75 379 31.50 1748 32.30 29.45 +1.28 -15.4 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 22.8 5.08 2.58 244 3.11 833 3.35 3.06 -.14 -5.2 CVR Rfng N CVRR 1.39 25 18.25 6.70 430 14.50 2052 14.70 12.65 +1.45 -12.4 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 3.2 11 84.00 60.14 5112 63.38 37015 65.16 60.45 +1.17 -12.6 CYS Invest N CYS .88 13.0 7 8.98 6.25 1275 6.79 6313 6.84 6.62 +.07 -15.4 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.9 25.73 24.01 1 24.55 25 24.55 24.26 +.14 -1.9 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.9 25.32 23.40 1 23.71 61 23.90 23.57 +.02 -4.3 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.6 23.75 22.03 9 23.00 38 23.05 22.91 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 14.8 18.74 11.00 2 12.91 27 13.37 12.81 -.36 -12.5 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.7 24.90 22.00 22.22 3 22.35 22.16 -.78 -1.5 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 1.0 37 788.00 627.25 22 682.69 204 695.12 663.00 -4.42 -2.9 Cabot N CBT 1.26 2.3 15 68.63 50.21 391 54.14 2491 56.13 53.18 -1.58 -12.1 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60f 1.5 46 115.94 68.00 97 103.86 544 108.36 102.06 -3.25 +10.4 CabotO&G N COG .24f 1.0 44 29.57 21.40 4909 23.17 24892 24.07 22.75 -.81 -19.0 CACI N CACI 14 159.40 112.10 110 151.40 662 155.50 148.40 +.05 +14.4 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 75

Cactus n N WHD 27.96 19.18 399 26.05 1506 27.75 25.58 -.88 +28.6 CadencB n N CADE .13 .5 29.30 20.00 355 26.73 1282 27.62 26.41 -.50 -1.4 Cadence Q CDNS 48 46.00 30.81 3380 35.90 13944 37.52 35.49 -.87 -14.2 Cadiz h Q CDZI 16.25 9.65 99 13.60 533 13.85 12.95 +.10 -4.6 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 28 44.00 18.35 123 20.25 883 20.85 18.85 +.60 -8.0 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 9.20 11487 11.00 114282 11.50 10.48 -.25 -13.0 CafePress Q PRSS 3.11 1.30 3 1.39 59 1.42 1.30 +.04 -24.7 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.49e 5.3 92 50.40 33.40 339 46.70 3508 48.40 41.15 +3.00 +5.1 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 6.35 2.63 53 5.08 162 5.89 4.70 -.76 +44.7 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 10.2 12.42 10.60 209 11.82 1075 11.89 11.55 +.12 -.3 CalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 10.1 11.75 10.01 250 11.24 1100 11.27 10.93 +.14 +.4 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 10.1 20.98 18.15 66 19.79 375 19.97 19.38 +.14 -1.4 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.1 9.87 7.78 251 9.22 814 9.27 8.80 +.23 +1.5 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 8.5 16.34 11.80 20 14.19 84 14.58 14.07 -.28 -5.8 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 8.4 12.91 11.00 334 11.72 1892 11.90 11.37 -.11 -3.0 CalAmp Q CAMP 46 25.45 15.64 187 22.30 1248 22.90 22.00 -.58 +4.1sCalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.0 38 97.83 59.11 225 91.10 1452 97.83 90.50 -1.10 +7.9sCaledoMn n A CMCL .28 3.4 8.25 5.17 7 8.12 58 8.30 6.92 +1.21 +9.8sCaleres N CAL .28 .8 17 35.49 22.39 682 34.78 2269 36.00 32.52 +1.18 +3.9 CalifRes rs N CRC 25.06 6.47 1914 17.96 7857 19.28 15.72 +.81 -7.6 CalifWtr N CWT .75f 2.0 26 46.15 32.75 241 37.00 1374 37.65 35.60 -.25 -18.4tCalithera Q CALA 20.05 5.75 879 5.45 3833 6.60 5.35 -.85 -34.7 Calix N CALX 7.38 4.65 123 6.65 654 6.90 6.45 -.20 +11.8sCallGolf N ELY .04 .2 36 17.00 11.19 1214 16.84 4324 17.24 16.05 +.48 +20.9 CallonPet N CPE 27 13.73 9.34 5205 12.00 22413 13.20 11.70 -1.24 -1.2 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.9 53.45 47.11 3 50.69 12 50.98 50.55 -.01 -1.1 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 3.40 121 7.05 820 7.23 6.65 -8.4 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 9.26 39 14.79 361 16.65 13.09 +1.67 -32.9sCambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 12.3 36 11.79 4.67 245 11.10 1600 11.79 10.55 -.10 +95.4 Cambrex N CBM 20 62.95 42.55 326 53.65 950 54.10 51.65 +1.35 +11.8 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.3 41.00 33.04 18 37.20 179 38.30 36.50 -.52 -3.1 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 2.9 27.94 22.06 10 25.84 31 26.32 25.59 -.31 -2.0 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.1 28.50 21.72 11 26.08 134 26.39 25.76 -.22 +1.8 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.1 29.42 24.12 30 27.13 86 27.60 26.88 -.29 -1.0 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 25.29 7 27.38 64 27.66 27.20 -.16 -.4 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 28.65 6 36.30 38 37.24 35.74 -.71 +4.6 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.47 9 24.87 76 25.13 24.79 -.20 -3.7 CambTail n N TAIL 25.57 21.44 38 22.45 293 23.08 22.02 +.09 -.6 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 22.55 10 24.83 62 25.01 24.51 +.09 -.5 CambrBc n Q CATC 1.92f 2.3 90.95 70.00 10 83.10 41 87.11 83.10 -4.20 +4.1 CamdnN s Q CAC 1.00f 2.3 17 47.41 37.10 21 43.89 163 45.37 43.00 -.61 +4.2 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08f 3.6 23 96.39 78.19 536 84.89 2169 85.96 82.34 +.71 -7.8 Cameco g N CCJ .40 11.91 7.68 1919 9.81 13674 10.07 9.02 +.72 +6.3 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.2 14 59.14 40.99 3012 43.73 12361 44.21 41.54 +.42 -9.1 CampWrl n N CWH .54 1.7 47.62 26.30 854 30.93 5925 32.61 29.12 -1.32 -30.9 Camtek h Q CAMT .14p 11 7.96 3.50 226 6.71 542 6.84 6.55 -.04 +17.3 Can-Fite A CANF 6 2.75 1.24 4 1.41 92 1.47 1.37 -.03 -4.7 CdaGoose n N GOOS 38.25 15.81 288 34.09 2638 35.15 32.37 +.67 +8.0 CIBC g N CM 5.32f 10 100.01 77.20 367 87.27 2052 88.69 86.17 -1.01 -10.4 CdnNR gs N CNI 1.33 85.73 70.59 1534 73.98 7836 74.72 72.00 +.85 -10.3 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34f 37.63 27.52 2813 33.02 16125 34.00 30.25 +1.55 -7.6 CP Rwy g N CP 1.87 188.80 149.74 432 173.14 1822 177.26 171.96 -3.36 -5.3 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 10 19.09 12.07 521 16.13 2969 16.70 15.53 -.14 -4.3tCancerGen Q CGIX 4.78 .90 140 1.20 1880 1.75 .90 -.45 -35.1 CannaeHl n N CNNE 19.58 16.16 167 18.77 920 19.00 18.40 -.09 +10.2 Canon N CAJ 40.67 30.79 466 35.52 2165 36.70 35.46 -.93 -5.0 CantelMed N CMD .14e .1 71 123.60 69.21 198 108.80 829 112.55 106.28 -2.61 +5.8 CantbryPk Q CPHC .24 1.7 22 17.55 10.00 0 14.25 4 15.10 14.20 -.90 -12.3 CpStarFn n Q CSTR 22.22 16.00 33 17.94 89 19.14 17.75 -.89 -13.6 CapellaEd Q CPLA 1.72 1.9 25 99.25 65.15 42 88.45 317 89.85 85.55 +1.10 +14.3 CapCtyBk Q CCBG .28 1.1 29 26.50 17.68 16 24.62 226 25.58 23.91 -.13 +7.3 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.7 27 106.50 76.05 3024 94.72 12933 98.07 92.12 -1.10 -4.9 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.0 26.79 25.49 39 25.89 125 25.97 25.77 -.04 -1.1 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.3 27.88 25.82 29 26.39 145 26.47 26.26 -.04 -1.6 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.8 27.74 25.49 11 26.58 159 26.65 26.42 -1.7 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 5.9 25.88 24.91 24 25.27 290 25.32 25.21 -.03 -.2 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 25.12 40 25.90 129 26.08 25.87 -.09 -3.8 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 23.17 28 24.75 229 24.83 24.56 +.01 -1.1 CapProd Q CPLP .32 10.4 13 4.00 2.98 205 3.09 1092 3.14 3.04 -.04 -8.2tCapSenL N CSU 16.72 10.27 232 10.63 1595 10.88 10.27 -.12 -21.2 CapSwst Q CSWC .99e 5.9 18 18.00 14.85 5 16.81 67 17.62 16.76 -.21 +1.6 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 12.9 71 14.43 6.88 55 7.76 457 7.98 7.71 +.04 +6.6 Capitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.0 26.15 24.13 1 25.13 20 25.14 24.63 +.23 -.3tCapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.8 20 15.11 12.19 198 12.35 1705 12.56 12.19 -7.9 Capricor Q CAPR 4.25 .63 155 1.28 664 1.42 1.26 -.08 -19.0 CapsteadM N CMO .64 7.4 12 11.41 8.17 810 8.70 3229 8.73 8.48 +.05 +.6 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.5 25.85 24.63 8 25.02 122 25.02 24.77 +.08 -1.3sCpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.53 .58 2446 1.44 8547 1.53 1.14 +.29 +87.0sCarGurus n Q CARG 40.60 25.85 473 38.00 1583 40.60 35.59 -.47 +26.8 CaraThera Q CARA 28.50 11.11 416 11.89 3283 12.37 11.46 -.49 -2.9 CarboCer N CRR 12.69 5.83 529 7.44 2039 7.68 6.76 +.19 -26.9 Carbonite Q CARB 33.55 18.20 155 28.75 2127 29.94 28.11 -.05 +14.5 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.85 3.0 15 82.80 54.66 1775 62.39 11413 64.44 59.92 -.29 +1.8 Crdiom grs Q CRME 4.84 1.29 88 2.32 715 2.45 2.11 +49.7 CardiovSys Q CSII 33.11 20.58 153 22.87 1563 23.48 20.89 +.94 -3.5 Cardlytc n Q CDLX 20.99 11.10 54 14.58 665 15.57 13.55 -.05 +9.1 Cardtronic Q CATM 8 46.95 15.80 525 21.32 2504 23.20 21.10 -.99 +15.1 CareTrust Q CTRE .82f 6.0 29 19.86 12.96 515 13.63 3799 13.84 13.01 +.23 -18.7 Care.com N CRCM 20.88 11.36 198 15.92 1409 16.69 15.45 -.35 -11.8sCareDx h Q CDNA 8.63 .76 489 8.53 2224 8.71 7.60 +.56 +16.2 CareerEd Q CECO .30f 2.3 14.33 8.10 127 13.00 847 13.31 12.69 -.14 +7.6 Carlisle N CSL 1.48 1.5 17 119.21 92.09 1273 98.32 2766 104.14 97.27 -6.09 -13.5 CarlyleGp Q CG 1.41e 7.0 8 25.90 15.60 814 20.25 2663 21.35 19.95 -1.10 -11.6 CarlGp pfA Q TCGP 1.47 6.2 25.85 23.31 33 23.73 221 24.19 23.62 -.33 -6.5 CarMax N KMX 17 77.64 55.05 2297 60.30 16350 63.54 57.05 -1.64 -6.0 Carnival N CCL 1.80 2.8 16 72.70 57.39 3312 64.51 17535 65.92 63.65 -1.07 -2.8 CarnUK N CUK 1.80f 2.8 72.29 56.79 490 64.75 1379 65.93 63.79 -.75 -2.3 CaroFin s Q CARO .20 .5 20 42.42 28.50 46 39.21 237 40.00 38.14 -.07 +5.5 CarolTrBk Q CART 35 10.00 6.90 9.32 8 9.43 9.21 +.03 -2.4 CarpTech N CRS .72 1.6 35 54.61 34.24 888 45.59 2628 45.99 41.75 +1.47 -10.6 CarrSrv N CSV .30f 1.1 25 28.96 23.15 115 27.76 704 28.20 27.01 +.10 +8.0 Carrizo Q CRZO 12 30.19 11.10 3795 16.52 20370 17.50 15.02 +.52 -22.4 CarrolsRst Q TAST 17 14.45 9.90 187 11.25 823 11.45 10.85 +.05 -7.4 Cars.cm N CARS 32.28 20.94 707 28.63 3207 28.77 27.43 +.30 -.7 Carters N CRI 1.80f 1.7 17 129.00 79.76 1323 104.01 5251 105.46 100.05 -.09 -11.5 Carvana A n N CVNA 24.89 8.14 210 22.91 2273 23.59 21.76 -.02 +19.8 CarverBc lf Q CARV 27 7.95 2.01 1 2.68 20 3.10 2.62 -.14 -7.8 CasaSys n Q CASA 34.21 13.25 429 27.51 2125 30.08 27.27 -1.83 +54.9 CasellaW Q CWST 27.38 13.32 487 24.50 1441 24.95 23.21 +1.12 +6.4 Caseys Q CASY 1.04 1.0 27 128.51 99.76 333 107.18 2139 110.83 106.39 -2.59 -4.3 CassInfo Q CASS .96 1.6 30 65.00 53.23 23 59.05 130 60.50 57.29 -.46 +1.4 CastleBr A ROX 2.22 .98 215 1.25 1108 1.30 1.16 +.01 +2.5 CastlightH N CSLT 4.75 3.15 260 3.45 1132 3.70 3.35 -.20 -8.0 Catabasis n Q CATB 3.78 1.09 101 1.77 897 1.89 1.68 -.04 +18.8 Catalent N CTLT 67 47.87 27.48 664 39.00 3961 41.35 38.57 -2.06 -5.1 CatalstB rs Q CBIO 37.00 3.11 120 23.44 825 25.95 22.61 -2.36 +71.8 CatalystPh Q CPRX 4.51 1.62 600 2.37 5058 2.66 2.18 -.02 -39.4 Catasys n Q CATS 5.79 3.30 6 4.68 41 4.80 4.61 -.12 +24.8 CatchMTim N CTT .54 4.3 13.73 10.81 220 12.70 2183 13.23 12.21 +.23 -3.3 Caterpillar N CAT 3.12 2.2 25 173.19 92.98 5677 142.99 29633 148.88 138.05 -4.39 -9.3 CathayGen Q CATY .96 2.5 18 45.59 34.00 327 38.98 1811 40.23 38.46 -1.00 -7.6 CatoCp N CATO 1.32 8.0 18 23.30 10.76 493 16.43 2266 16.62 14.35 +1.69 +3.2sCavcoInd Q CVCO 30 183.35 107.05 53 176.90 284 183.35 168.45 +3.15 +15.9 Cavium Q CAVM 92.66 56.96 1484 77.59 5547 80.12 75.84 -1.79 -7.4 CecoEnv Q CECE .30 6.5 12.03 4.00 124 4.64 987 4.74 4.37 +.19 -9.6 CedarF N FUN 3.56 5.5 17 72.56 59.66 82 64.23 645 65.36 62.50 +.35 -1.2 CedarRlty N CDR .20 5.0 10 6.29 3.62 443 4.02 3010 4.18 3.85 +.08 -33.9tCedarR pfB N CDRpB 1.81 8.0 26.06 22.67 1 22.76 12 23.08 22.67 -.12 -9.9tCedrRT pfC N CDRpC 1.63 8.0 25.39 20.22 11 20.46 35 20.77 20.22 -.40 -18.3 Cel-Sci rs A CVM 3.93 1.30 57 1.41 492 1.41 1.34 -25.4 Celanese N CE 1.84 1.8 13 114.00 83.34 1512 99.92 5860 102.67 95.45 -.29 -6.7 Celcuity n Q CELC 22.73 11.10 15 16.73 83 16.85 16.00 +.25 -11.7 Celestic g N CLS 8 14.69 9.79 399 9.98 2044 10.33 9.88 -.37 -4.8tCelgene Q CELG 26 147.17 84.25 6602 86.95 42577 91.14 84.25 -2.26 -16.7 Celgene rt Q CELGZ 1.61 .11 95 .28 764 .49 .14 -.01 -71.1tCellcom N CEL 7 10.66 6.58 3 6.69 86 7.04 6.58 -.44 -34.4tCelldexTh Q CLDX 3.65 2.03 1490 1.99 9001 2.33 1.98 -.34 -29.9 CellectBio n Q APOP 13.50 6.12 14 6.54 84 6.90 6.26 +.16 -6.6tCellectar rs Q CLRB 2.34 1.03 164 1.17 855 1.19 1.03 +.04 -14.6sCellectis n Q CLLS 38.85 21.25 777 28.83 8864 38.85 28.30 -2.68 -1.1 CallularBio Q CBMG 22.75 5.05 33 19.65 178 19.70 16.80 +2.10 +74.7 Celsion rs Q CLSN 6.06 1.24 78 2.20 853 2.31 1.95 -.04 -17.9 CelsiusH n Q CELH 7.00 3.42 159 4.68 371 5.16 4.31 +.33 -10.9 Celyad n Q CYAD 64.75 26.71 6 30.76 18 34.95 30.40 -4.24 -28.6 Cementos N CPAC .50e 4.1 13.49 10.02 13 12.20 38 12.55 11.38 +.20 -1.6tCemex N CX .29t 10.37 6.43 6949 6.87 42272 7.00 6.43 +.25 -8.4 Cemig pf N CIG .08e 3.3 3.13 1.89 4445 2.42 15760 2.60 2.37 -.16 +17.5 Cemig N CIG/C .08e 3.6 3.65 1.81 2.22 26 2.23 2.13 +19.9 Cemtrex rs Q CETX .02p 9 4.55 2.37 29 2.76 168 2.90 2.65 -.10 +8.3 CenovusE N CVE .20 7 11.52 6.76 4673 9.36 31606 9.75 8.17 +.82 +2.5 Centene s N CNC 20 112.42 70.04 1139 107.03 9152 109.13 104.28 +.16 +6.1 CntRsDvA Q CDEV 22.14 14.10 2901 16.75 11860 18.19 16.35 -1.60 -15.4 CC MLPInf N CEN 1.25 14.2 12.84 8.12 346 8.80 1315 8.87 8.21 +.33 -11.6 CenterPnt N CNP 1.11f 4.1 19 30.45 25.84 5288 26.89 23722 27.54 26.74 -.51 -5.2 CntrStBk Q CSFL .40f 1.5 28.46 21.77 469 26.35 2601 27.06 25.97 -.18 +2.4 CentElBr B N EBR/B 9.06 4.60 33 6.97 120 7.70 6.68 -.17 +2.7 CentElecBr N EBR 7.86 3.49 1123 6.10 2287 6.74 5.97 -.25 +7.0 CEurMed Q CETV 5.20 2.90 238 4.00 939 4.30 3.93 -.20 -14.0 CnEurRusT N CEE .56e 2.2 28.32 20.82 28 25.52 52 25.80 25.07 -.11 +4.6 CentrlFedl Q CFBK 33 2.75 1.85 19 2.34 58 2.36 2.30 +.02 -14.9sCentGard lf Q CENT 25 43.28 29.08 87 42.26 364 43.30 41.45 -.74 +8.6 CenGrdA lf Q CENTA 41.34 28.12 158 39.04 741 39.98 38.23 -.57 +3.5 CenPacFn N CPF .76f 2.7 18 33.55 27.34 134 28.65 657 29.37 27.93 +.19 -4.0 CentSecur A CET 1.78e .8 29.00 23.69 22 26.49 103 27.00 26.15 -.17 -3.3 CntlVyCm Q CVCY .28f 1.4 16 23.94 17.62 17 19.84 91 20.21 19.02 +.28 -1.7 CentrusEn A LEU 6.45 3.30 13 3.53 50 3.74 3.52 -.02 -12.0 CentAl Q CENX 28 24.77 11.59 3137 16.79 10792 17.46 16.02 +.25 -14.5 CntyBcMA Q CNBKA .48 .6 16 89.40 53.35 3 78.75 24 79.60 76.03 -.65 +.6 CentCas Q CNTY 27 9.85 6.28 419 7.52 1743 8.00 7.37 +.06 -17.6 CentCmtys N CCS 15 36.00 21.90 177 31.15 1149 32.65 28.36 +1.20 +.2 CntryLink N CTL 2.16 12.6 8 27.61 13.16 10319 17.21 72786 17.55 16.16 +.78 +3.2 CeragonN Q CRNT 3.65 1.64 206 2.61 968 2.73 2.56 -.08 +31.8 Cerecor n Q CERC 5.74 .34 130 4.14 1077 4.59 3.71 -.15 +29.4tCerner Q CERN 28 73.86 55.29 2973 56.42 21599 58.44 55.29 -1.58 -16.3 CerusCp Q CERS 5.85 1.93 1198 5.20 5138 5.53 5.11 -.28 +53.8 Cervecer N CCU .35e 1.2 30.35 25.03 96 29.04 509 29.77 28.88 -.37 -1.8tCescaTh rs Q KOOL 6.44 1.50 28 1.66 1109 2.40 1.50 -.35 -44.7 Chaisma n Q CHMA 2.95 1.25 7 1.45 264 1.60 1.30 -.05 -14.7 ChampO hrs Q CSBR 4.75 2.19 50 3.60 138 4.07 3.60 -.04 -7.2 Changyou Q CYOU 9 44.55 25.83 331 29.32 1536 30.79 27.24 +1.43 -19.5 ChannAdv N ECOM 12.65 8.30 31 9.05 231 9.30 8.80 -.05 +.6 Chantic rs Q BURG 6.89 1.81 25 3.64 127 3.69 3.33 -.06 +38.4 CharlsCol h Q CTHR 1.60 .80 25 1.36 191 1.38 1.32 +.7 ChRvLab N CRL 20 119.05 86.60 253 102.37 1970 106.52 101.58 -4.37 -6.5sChartInds Q GTLS 39 61.98 32.04 271 59.55 1334 61.98 56.98 +.52 +27.1tChartCm n Q CHTR 408.83 298.67 1227 310.67 7888 317.64 298.67 -.55 -7.5sCharterFn Q CHFN .32 1.5 26 22.06 15.81 29 21.58 184 22.15 20.41 +1.19 +23.0 ChaseCorp A CCF .80f .7 32 129.55 83.35 17 107.55 97 116.40 105.60 -8.90 -10.7 ChathLTr N CLDT 1.32 6.9 26 23.91 17.90 408 19.18 1977 19.73 18.75 +.03 -15.7 ChkPoint Q CHKP 20 119.20 95.03 840 98.56 4701 100.87 97.93 -.78 -4.9tCheckC nrs Q CHEK 28.56 3.58 30 3.59 683 6.34 3.58 -2.63 -65.6 ChckPnt n Q CKPT 10.50 3.20 24 4.30 262 4.45 3.78 -.09 +10.8 Cheesecake Q CAKE 1.16 2.2 16 67.14 38.34 2026 52.06 7325 53.03 46.85 +3.84 +8.1 CheetahM N CMCM 18.18 7.54 625 13.37 6507 13.50 12.08 +10.7 ChefsWhs Q CHEF 56 25.93 11.85 170 23.50 723 24.75 22.25 +.50 +14.6 Chegg N CHGG 23.22 8.04 953 20.80 5043 21.11 19.77 +.14 +27.5 Chembio Q CEMI 9.20 5.15 12 7.90 57 8.10 7.70 -.10 -3.7 Chemed N CHE 1.12 .4 47 285.79 178.44 53 274.87 490 283.50 264.37 +2.01 +13.1 ChemFinl Q CHFC 1.12 2.1 21 59.83 43.61 715 54.23 2421 55.65 53.30 -.45 +1.4 ChemoCntx Q CCXI 36 15.08 5.42 151 12.33 1102 13.60 11.57 -1.27 +107.2 Chemours n N CC .68f 1.4 12 58.08 34.70 1635 48.68 9756 50.65 45.75 -.03 -2.8 ChemungF Q CHMG 1.04 2.2 22 56.83 36.01 1 46.30 18 47.40 44.43 -.17 -3.7 CheniereEn A LNG 60.22 40.36 1754 54.36 11130 56.62 52.37 +.91 +1.0 ChenEnLP A CQP 2.00f 6.8 33.47 26.41 147 29.40 844 30.10 28.70 +.30 -.8 ChenEnHld A CQH 2.04f 7.5 54 29.73 24.03 71 27.37 672 27.90 27.15 -.24 -1.2 Cherokee h Q CHKE .20 14.3 10.70 1.15 21 1.40 70 1.40 1.25 +.10 -26.3 CherHMtg N CHMI 1.96 11.2 3 19.43 16.01 55 17.55 306 17.65 17.23 +.01 -2.4 ChrHMt pfA N CHMIpA 2.05 8.1 25.89 24.47 7 25.23 37 25.23 24.88 +.25 -2.2 ChesEng N CHK 5 6.39 2.53 23569 2.98 137698 3.10 2.81 -.04 -24.7 ChesEn pfD N CHKpD 4.50 9.4 62.00 45.99 1 48.02 16 49.27 47.66 -1.24 -3.4 ChesGranW N CHKR .32e 25.2 1 2.85 1.20 77 1.25 431 1.30 1.20 -32.4 ChespkLdg N CHSP 1.60 5.7 29 29.36 22.55 415 28.27 1571 28.85 27.27 +.46 +4.4 ChespkUtil N CPK 1.30 1.8 21 86.35 66.35 98 73.30 386 73.65 69.15 +2.95 -6.7 Chevron N CVX 4.48f 3.9 51 133.88 102.55 7062 114.76 33693 117.89 110.54 +.72 -8.3 ChicB&I N CBI .28 2.3 31.69 9.55 9080 12.43 27043 14.59 12.10 -1.97 -23.0tChkSoup n Q CSSE 13.26 6.67 52 6.73 184 7.32 6.26 -.39 -25.2 Chicos N CHS .33 3.3 14 14.43 6.96 3533 9.92 12791 10.25 8.84 +.88 +12.5 ChildPlace Q PLCE 2.00f 1.5 29 161.65 94.95 380 132.95 2242 136.25 129.25 -2.30 -8.5 Chimera rs N CIM 2.00 11.5 8 20.90 15.77 752 17.44 4878 17.58 17.14 +.03 -5.6 Chimer pfA N CIMpA 2.00 7.9 26.74 24.51 5 25.36 49 25.39 25.07 -.02 -1.8 Chimer pfB N CIMpB 2.00 7.8 26.47 24.88 12 25.55 140 25.58 25.30 +.07 -1.0 Chimerix Q CMRX 6.57 4.17 169 4.83 620 5.21 4.68 -.37 +4.3 ChAdvCns Q CADC 9.75 1.55 12 2.10 112 2.21 2.00 -51.2 ChinAutLog Q CALI 8.77 1.50 120 2.91 1357 3.14 2.52 -.54 -9.1tChinaAuto Q CAAS 7 5.90 4.26 4 4.35 70 4.46 4.26 -.34 -9.4 ChinaBio Q CBPO 19 120.46 71.85 140 84.78 1002 85.39 78.44 +3.78 +7.6 ChinCer rs Q CCCL 4.28 1.25 28 1.50 100 1.64 1.37 +.04 -37.2tChiCmCr h Q CCCR 4.00 .97 20 1.13 661 1.26 .97 +.03 -18.1 ChiCustR n Q CCRC 23.40 10.75 644 15.11 2643 17.20 14.03 -.06 -11.4 ChinaDEd N DL .45e 10 11.40 6.61 30 8.05 158 8.34 8.01 -.12 -13.2 ChinaEAir N CEA 45.33 24.44 44 35.72 116 37.60 35.54 -1.08 -1.2 ChiFnOnl Q JRJC 4.14 1.32 5 2.20 151 2.26 2.04 -.02 -17.9 ChinaFd N CHN .55e 2.6 24.76 17.02 17 21.45 55 22.09 21.39 -.69 -.9 ChinaGreen N CGA .10e 7.9 2 2.11 1.19 20 1.26 224 1.29 1.24 +1.6 ChinaHGS Q HGSH 2 4.48 1.18 20 1.26 127 1.33 1.22 -.05 +2.6 ChinInfoT h Q CNIT 5.20 .65 127 1.62 779 1.80 1.54 -.17 +9.5 ChnaIntNt n Q CIFS 66.10 10.81 208 29.20 465 32.54 26.26 -2.91 -30.4 ChinaJJ h Q CJJD 1.90 1.17 4 1.36 14 1.37 1.28 +.01 +9.7 ChinLend h Q CLDC .32e 17.5 6.89 1.66 1.83 38 2.00 1.73 -.13 -41.2tChinaLife s N LFC .14e 1.0 17.85 13.56 518 13.55 3465 14.04 13.48 -.44 -13.2 ChinaLodg Q HTHT .64e .5 97 166.19 57.89 403 129.74 2455 134.72 126.31 -1.97 -10.2 ChinaMble N CHL 3.50e 7.7 56.93 44.55 1581 45.64 7035 46.65 44.88 -.11 -9.7 ChinaNRes Q CHNR 4.23 1.88 4 1.90 45 2.20 1.90 -.32 -28.8 ChiNBorun N BORN 2 1.74 1.12 15 1.28 174 1.37 1.28 -.06 +1.9 ChOnlEd n N COE 20.31 9.25 13 11.28 39 11.37 9.40 +1.56 -9.8sChinaPet N SNP 3.73e 4.1 92.18 69.60 146 91.03 1104 92.60 85.72 +2.55 +24.1 ChinaPhH A CPHI 1.45 .14 318 .28 1899 .33 .25 -.04 +59.1tChinRap n N XRF 12.86 3.93 274 4.08 1418 5.00 3.93 -.90 -28.7 ChiRecy rs Q CREG 9.39 .95 24 1.50 166 1.66 1.32 +.08 -46.5 ChinaSoAir N ZNH .64e 1.3 70.52 32.50 28 50.38 175 52.67 48.82 -2.25 -2.8 ChnaTcF rs Q CNTF 3.60 1.85 8 2.18 94 2.35 2.08 +.05 -15.8 ChinaTel N CHA 1.21e 2.7 53.78 41.28 73 44.10 361 44.81 43.31 -.38 -7.1 ChinaUni N CHU 16.55 11.87 222 12.71 2504 12.90 12.44 -.12 -6.1 ChXDPlas Q CXDC 3 5.00 4.09 10 4.15 48 4.25 4.10 -.10 -9.8 ChinaYuch N CYD .90e 4.2 7 27.98 16.16 39 21.50 179 22.15 20.75 +.33 -10.4 ChinZenix N ZX 2.31 .86 28 1.35 269 1.35 1.06 +.25 +10.9 ChiCache lf Q CCIH 4.75 .72 47 1.10 511 1.13 1.00 +.03 -34.9 ChinaNt rs Q CNET 11.90 .90 89 1.79 910 1.98 1.61 +.12 +64.2 ChipMOS Q IMOS 1.97e 12.4 19 21.99 15.63 35 15.83 403 16.23 15.66 -.02 -10.3 Chipotle N CMG 499.00 247.52 632 318.07 3387 334.06 307.70 -5.04 +10.0 ChoiceHtls N CHH .86 1.1 39 85.35 59.60 228 79.90 1423 81.80 78.80 -.25 +3.0 ChrisBnk N CBK 1.55 .95 69 1.11 475 1.12 1.03 +.04 -12.6 ChromaDx n Q CDXC 7.24 2.26 266 4.02 2001 4.40 3.85 -.18 -31.6tChubbLtd N CB 2.92e 2.2 18 157.50 131.14 1722 134.13 10279 137.15 131.14 -2.64 -8.2sChungTel N CHT 1.29e 3.3 39.06 33.00 134 38.57 969 39.06 38.48 -.29 +8.8 ChurchDwt s N CHD .87f 1.8 54.18 43.21 1103 49.50 9782 50.81 48.54 -.86 -1.3 ChrchllD Q CHDN 1.52f .6 30 279.45 154.60 90 238.80 594 245.50 234.75 -5.25 +2.6 ChuysHldg Q CHUY 26 32.10 18.00 69 26.60 543 27.20 25.60 +.40 -5.2tCideraTh n Q CDTX 8.80 3.75 274 3.85 1753 4.35 3.75 -.15 -43.4 CienaCorp N CIEN 27.98 19.40 2129 25.04 11395 25.90 24.66 -.86 +19.6 Cigna N CI .04 16 227.13 149.10 1618 167.82 9997 169.98 163.80 +.08 -17.4tCimarex N XEC .64f .7 19 130.16 87.98 2462 90.46 7689 94.37 87.98 -3.04 -25.9 Cimpress Q CMPR 171.76 78.80 163 150.86 832 163.94 149.05 -3.84 +25.8 CincB pfB N CBBpB 3.38 6.8 52.37 48.15 3 49.51 13 49.54 49.00 +.59 -2.9tCinciBell rs N CBB 62 22.20 13.00 344 14.25 1636 14.38 13.00 +.40 -31.7 CinnFin Q CINF 2.12f 2.9 21 81.98 68.49 741 73.00 2765 74.73 71.21 -1.26 -2.6 Cinedigm rs Q CIDM 3.00 1.11 3 1.31 79 1.40 1.31 -.06 -12.7 Cinemark N CNK 1.28f 3.3 17 44.74 32.03 1745 39.13 6381 39.30 36.90 +1.46 +12.4 CinerRes N CINR 2.27 8.3 14 29.75 22.61 7 27.42 55 27.91 26.75 -.46 +9.2 Cintas Q CTAS 1.62f 1.0 31 178.34 119.54 349 166.74 2697 172.62 165.33 -3.84 +7.0 Circor N CIR .15 .4 25 68.76 40.58 123 42.40 585 43.50 40.80 -.26 -12.9tCirrus Q CRUS 13 71.97 37.86 1227 38.54 5992 40.86 37.86 -2.09 -25.7 Cisco Q CSCO 1.32f 3.2 21 46.16 30.36 31105 40.73 161088 42.63 40.19 -1.83 +6.3 Cision N CISN 62 13.68 9.90 475 11.73 2197 11.76 11.16 +.16 -1.2sCitiTrends Q CTRN .32 1.0 31 31.92 15.54 114 32.00 697 32.30 30.40 +1.09 +20.9 Citi EUR n N DEUR 24.13 18.78 4 21.24 17 21.58 21.03 +.33 -7.4 CitJPY Dl n N UJPY 39.22 27.65 0 30.65 4 31.69 30.65 -.59 +4.9 Citigp pfN N CpN 1.97 7.3 27.81 25.85 591 27.11 1092 27.36 27.05 -.08 -1.3 CgpVelLCrd N UWT 32.96 10.01 3487 26.26 15316 29.46 26.02 -4.05 +7.1 CgpVelICrd N DWT 44.68 9.74 6656 11.59 27058 11.68 10.46 +1.44 -17.5 Citigroup N C 1.28 1.9 13 80.70 57.55 21538 68.60 103830 70.81 66.55 +1.10 -7.8 Citigrp pfC N CpC 1.45 5.6 26.16 24.70 15 25.67 162 25.67 25.40 +.25 +.8 Citigp pfJ N CpJ 1.78 6.3 30.45 27.59 20 28.46 213 28.65 28.36 -.10 -1.4 Citigp pfK N CpK 1.72 6.2 31.60 26.85 50 27.87 432 28.10 27.78 -.16 -2.3 Citigrp pfS N CpS 1.58 6.0 27.40 25.44 34 26.28 240 26.42 26.16 -.01 -2.4 Citigrp pfL N CpL 1.72 6.6 28.02 25.72 26 26.16 146 26.30 26.00 -.10 -1.5 CitiusPh n Q CTXR 5.49 2.50 8 2.99 45 3.12 2.90 -.11 -21.3 Citiz&Nthn Q CZNC 1.08f 4.6 18 26.75 22.00 14 23.38 93 23.64 22.64 +.29 -2.6 CtzCmtyBc Q CZWI .20f 1.4 18 14.43 12.73 0 13.98 17 14.07 13.82 -.04 +3.5 CitizFincl N CFG .52 1.3 18 48.23 31.51 5383 41.48 24102 43.36 40.45 -.50 -1.2 CitizFst Q CZFC .24e .9 18 26.38 18.05 0 25.90 10 26.00 25.03 +.49 +7.9 CitizHold Q CIZN .96 4.3 17 26.00 21.18 0 22.40 13 22.50 21.65 +.55 -3.0 CitizInc N CIA 8.87 5.86 65 7.37 300 7.49 7.10 +.05 +.3 CitrixSy s Q CTXS 25 96.96 73.34 1255 91.78 11388 93.86 90.32 -1.02 +4.3 CtyHld Q CHCO 1.84f 2.6 18 74.90 58.80 44 69.48 363 71.27 67.04 +.92 +3.0 CityOffce g N CIO .94 46 13.93 10.03 241 11.87 1394 12.04 11.45 +.31 -8.8 CityOff pfA N CIOpA 1.66 6.8 26.47 22.78 1 24.25 18 24.27 23.67 +.45 -3.7 Civeo N CVEO 4.17 1.57 431 3.80 3807 3.98 3.60 +.03 +39.2 CivistaBcsh Q CIVB .28 1.2 19 24.69 18.82 12 22.92 163 23.43 22.64 +.06 +4.2 CivitasSolu N CIVI 28 19.90 11.15 85 15.10 809 15.70 14.90 -.30 -11.7 Clarus Q CLAR 8.00 5.10 27 6.70 213 6.85 6.50 -.05 -14.6 CleanEngy Q CLNE 3.05 1.31 524 1.58 3566 1.69 1.53 -.07 -22.2 CleanHarb N CLH 61.62 46.62 337 48.38 3057 49.63 47.11 -.43 -10.7 ClearChan N CCO 6.15 3.35 78 4.95 733 5.05 4.70 +.05 +7.6 ClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 13.7 13.90 9.50 116 9.88 690 10.06 9.65 +.04 -15.0 ClearOne Q CLRO .28 4.1 11.25 6.70 3 6.90 39 7.94 6.90 -1.05 -22.9 ClrAllCGr n Q CACG 30.58 24.37 11 27.85 31 28.56 27.41 -.45 ClrDvStr n Q YLDE 29.07 25.18 0 26.99 3 26.99 26.35 +.24 -2.4 ClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 11.6 10.00 6.53 193 6.88 1280 7.02 6.64 +.07 -16.9 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 13.8 17.36 12.10 221 12.76 1165 13.10 12.33 +.17 -16.4 ClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 14.6 13.87 9.56 64 10.10 495 10.31 9.65 +.28 -14.4 Clearfield Q CLFD 27 16.50 11.00 36 13.70 160 14.10 11.60 +.80 +11.8 ClearsBio n Q CLSD 15.06 5.30 230 10.42 1538 11.07 10.13 -.31 +48.9 ClearSign Q CLIR 4.70 1.75 71 2.05 470 2.25 1.90 +.03 -43.1 ClearwPpr N CLW 18 57.25 33.80 58 37.20 720 39.20 35.85 -1.90 -18.1 ClemPhr n Q CMTA 20.15 11.72 23 17.57 212 19.49 15.01 +2.42 -7.4 CleBio hrs Q CBLI 5.55 1.42 7 3.10 143 3.44 2.99 +.03 -22.7 ClevCliffs N CLF 5 9.15 5.56 9622 6.86 43897 7.24 6.65 -.09 -4.9 ClipRlty n N CLPR .38 13.00 7.64 28 8.28 115 8.46 7.88 -.19 -17.1 Clorox N CLX 3.84f 3.0 21 150.40 123.64 950 128.51 5342 132.44 127.00 -4.60 -13.6 CloudPeak N CLD 5.70 2.76 367 3.05 3537 3.17 2.89 +.14 -31.5tCloudera n N CLDR 23.35 13.20 7097 12.98 49564 22.43 12.90 -8.60 -21.4tCloughGA A GLV 1.44 11.5 14.39 12.27 21 12.51 194 12.70 12.27 +.04 -6.2 CloughGEq A GLQ 1.38 10.5 14.39 12.30 79 13.14 323 13.44 12.88 -.01 -1.7 ClghGlbOp A GLO 1.20 11.3 11.67 10.27 216 10.60 948 10.71 10.40 -.10 -2.6 ClovisOnc Q CLVS 99.45 45.42 3467 55.52 7530 56.25 48.70 +2.72 -18.4 CoDiagn n Q CODX 6.85 1.45 11 2.08 152 2.40 2.02 -.10 -21.2 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .22 1.1 24 22.01 15.39 95 19.28 570 19.88 18.92 -.32 -3.6 CoStar Q CSGP 97 378.57 201.43 109 351.28 954 363.32 342.16 -11.40 +18.3 CoastwayB Q CWAY 74 27.60 17.45 7 27.25 142 27.35 27.20 +28.5 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.6 91.85 63.90 56 66.11 315 67.11 64.26 -.32 -5.0 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .6 30 249.54 168.54 31 174.75 247 179.10 168.76 +2.08 -18.8 CocaCola N KO 1.56f 3.6 81 48.62 42.19 11327 43.92 71224 44.61 42.47 +.49 -4.3 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04f 2.5 44.75 36.17 788 41.73 4214 41.91 40.51 +.07 +4.7 CocrystP n Q COCP 6.45 4.56 11 5.00 131 6.44 4.80 -.95 +8.6 CodaOct n Q CODA 6.56 3.28 1 3.36 81 4.09 3.35 -.09 -29.6 Codexis Q CDXS 13.60 3.95 2867 10.40 3905 11.05 9.30 -.60 +24.6 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.2 17 33.46 22.82 3 28.01 32 29.55 28.00 -.11 +1.7 Coeur N CDE 10.24 6.71 3114 8.07 15120 8.33 7.72 +.07 +7.6 CoffeeH Q JVA 4.99 3.65 11 4.37 53 4.41 4.00 +.03 +2.7 CogentC Q CCOI 2.00f 4.5 54.85 35.75 384 44.20 1281 45.90 42.35 +.80 -2.4sCogentix h Q CGNT 3.92 1.55 138 3.86 1171 3.92 3.83 +.01 +22.5tCogint Q COGT 6.95 2.20 455 2.35 2746 2.75 2.20 -.15 -46.6 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .4 36 72.99 39.74 1711 49.29 12645 51.97 48.46 -2.70 -19.4 CognizTch Q CTSH .80f 1.0 24 85.10 57.50 3531 79.07 18910 81.48 78.46 -1.43 +11.3 CohBar n Q CWBR 6.97 4.80 55 4.95 204 5.44 4.86 -.25 -.4 Cohen n A COHN .80 7.8 11.99 7.50 10.20 2 10.85 10.10 -.73 +27.2 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 8.4 13.52 11.60 67 12.35 356 12.53 12.21 +.03 -7.2tCohStGlbI N INB 1.12 12.2 10.44 9.05 93 9.21 493 9.43 9.05 +.07 -6.8 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.12 2.8 20 47.83 36.29 230 39.34 1281 41.22 39.11 -1.32 -16.8 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 7.5 24.61 20.88 270 21.26 1297 21.57 21.20 -.15 -11.4 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.3 27.25 24.85 39 25.54 277 25.66 25.36 +.02 -2.0 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 14.2 11.60 8.86 93 9.31 445 9.44 8.89 +.23 -9.2 CohStQIR N RQI .96 8.1 13.19 10.55 184 11.92 1411 12.06 11.73 +.07 -5.8 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 8.0 21.98 17.91 82 18.45 430 18.68 18.27 -.24 -13.3 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 8.0 29.16 25.57 88 25.85 190 26.02 25.64 -.18 -8.5 CohenStTR N RFI .96 7.8 13.03 11.50 70 12.24 383 12.28 11.83 +.39 -4.2tCoherent Q COHR 25 329.00 174.82 442 175.04 3142 187.75 172.81 -12.36 -38.0 CoherusBio Q CHRS 24.70 8.05 513 11.40 3511 12.00 9.85 +.35 +29.5 Cohu Q COHU .24 1.1 55 26.17 15.55 191 22.41 832 23.44 22.00 -.40 +2.1tColfax N CFX 23 43.29 30.30 541 30.41 3754 32.33 30.09 -1.49 -23.2 ColgPalm N CL 1.68f 2.3 25 77.91 67.86 2872 71.64 18142 72.41 69.92 -.04 -5.0tCollPlant n Q CLGN 8.99 6.50 0 5.22 2 7.50 5.22 -2.28 -41.7 CllctUnv Q CLCT .70m 4.2 15 30.82 14.23 43 16.50 249 16.67 15.12 +.79 -42.4 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 7.37 1008 21.81 3398 25.63 20.81 -3.74 +18.1sColliers Q CIGI .10 .1 24 71.23 46.55 31 69.55 155 71.40 67.30 +.10 +15.2 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20f 1.2 16 19.50 11.10 0 16.35 14 16.60 15.01 -.65 +12.0 ColNthSC n N CLNC 21.20 18.16 187 19.70 1445 19.99 18.65 +.75 -4.1 ColNrthS n N CLNS 14.74 5.28 5770 5.59 35132 5.69 5.51 -.03 -51.0 ColNrth pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.2 25.76 22.26 12 25.17 61 25.17 24.65 +.41 -1.0 ColNrth pfD N CLNSpD 2.13 8.5 26.50 23.78 8 25.09 171 25.09 24.87 +.12 -1.8 ColNrth pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.7 27.52 23.86 6 25.18 71 25.24 25.01 +.13 -5.2 ColNrth pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 7.8 27.25 22.49 4 23.97 32 23.97 22.98 +.72 -4.7 ColNrth pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 45 23.68 157 23.69 22.73 +.69 -3.6 ColNrth pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.6 25.94 21.81 31 23.60 126 23.60 22.71 +.64 -6.3 ColNrth pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.5 26.00 21.61 7 23.64 73 23.64 22.58 +.89 -5.5 ColBnkg Q COLB .88 2.1 22 48.06 35.67 261 41.95 1204 43.07 40.65 -3.4 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.6 20.47 16.11 0 19.43 10 19.85 19.27 -.07 +5.4 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 25.00 0 27.80 5 28.50 27.80 -.74 +.5 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.0 17.10 13.60 0 15.69 4 16.21 15.68 -.32 -1.3 Col EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 24.81 178 26.39 742 26.95 25.93 -.09 -6.2 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 38.46 5 47.37 69 47.79 45.89 +1.09 -4.5 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .7 16.79 13.03 78 14.25 393 14.47 13.97 +.12 -10.2 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e .8 25.98 17.79 3 20.82 14 21.03 20.05 +.00 -11.1 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.9 12 23.31 19.55 1146 20.33 3773 20.56 20.10 -.13 -11.4 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.2 24.58 20.09 71 21.65 399 22.26 21.24 -.30 -2.7sColuSprtw Q COLM .88f 1.1 28 79.86 51.56 218 78.85 1122 80.22 74.28 +2.42 +9.7 Colmbus Q CMCO .20f .6 93 44.55 23.19 138 34.59 708 35.83 34.19 -1.25 -13.5 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76f 2.2 16 44.00 32.74 33684 34.12 153814 34.81 32.93 +.14 -14.5 Comerica N CMA 1.20f 1.3 20 102.66 64.04 1583 94.92 8655 98.60 92.56 -1.01 +9.3 ComfrtS N FIX .30 .7 25 44.80 31.90 173 40.50 1020 41.55 39.95 -.75 -7.2 CommScpe Q COMM 39 42.75 30.95 605 38.93 4904 40.18 38.55 -1.04 +2.9 ComndSec A MOC 3.43 2.41 1 2.99 47 3.07 2.95 -.06 -2.6 CmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.6 21 61.88 49.43 543 58.95 2648 60.48 57.87 -.96 +5.6 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.8 27.65 25.00 1 25.88 11 25.88 25.65 -.01 -1.8 ComHub A Q CHUBA 80 24.53 14.94 185 22.52 1637 22.64 22.47 +.02 +2.4sComHub C Q CHUBK 80 22.63 14.85 893 22.53 3784 22.63 22.48 +.04 +9.4 CmclMtls N CMC .48 2.5 39 26.72 17.05 2068 19.35 10510 20.51 19.12 -.99 -9.2 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 13.90 5.55 561 7.53 2205 7.85 7.25 -.22 -29.6 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.1 4.92 3.18 6 3.95 35 3.95 3.42 +.18 +11.0 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.6 16 58.80 48.89 158 53.04 1149 54.54 52.26 -.52 -1.3 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 23 9.35 6.95 16 8.65 199 9.00 8.55 -.35 +6.1 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.1 18 40.69 32.06 2 37.07 56 37.48 36.38 -.05 -3.2 CommuFt n Q CFBI 15.00 10.95 1 11.25 22 11.50 11.21 -.11 -3.0tCmtyHlt N CYH 10.51 3.77 1637 4.10 10473 4.33 3.77 +.14 -3.8 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .05 .01 307 .01 1139 .01 .01 -.00 +42.9 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.59f 6.3 94 30.64 22.41 83 25.31 568 26.01 25.12 -.43 -9.9 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.32 2.9 16 51.90 40.33 41 45.05 280 47.20 43.95 -.15 -4.4 CmtyWest Q CWBC .16 1.4 17 12.97 9.95 1 11.26 4 11.40 11.26 -.09 +5.7sCommVlt Q CVLT 67.85 48.35 505 66.35 5719 67.85 62.15 +9.15 +26.4 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 18.26 262 20.19 1524 20.71 19.79 +.10 -14.3tCompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.8 18.35 15.70 158 16.35 850 16.63 15.70 -.05 -3.5tComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 8.2 25.75 21.88 14 21.99 98 22.68 21.86 -.69 -10.8 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.6 22 76.65 56.50 238 62.40 1353 64.15 59.20 +2.10 -13.6 Compugn Q CGEN 5.40 2.25 280 4.40 3240 5.00 4.15 -.05 +76.0 CmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.4 48 36.15 26.05 75 29.55 552 30.40 28.55 +.35 -1.7 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 76

CmpTask Q CTG .24 2.9 8.62 4.90 79 8.28 483 8.50 7.96 +.09 +62.4 Compx A CIX .20 1.5 14 16.63 12.30 2 13.75 6 14.20 13.50 -.05 +3.4 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 3.90 1.20 96 1.82 660 1.90 1.53 +.27 +7.1 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .21 206 .26 1720 .27 .23 +.01 -32.3 ComstkRs rs N CRK 10.72 4.01 761 5.49 5441 7.54 5.45 -1.82 -35.1 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.3 28 31.40 13.11 146 29.71 1080 30.74 29.31 -.18 +34.3 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 16 41.04 32.16 2124 36.74 12930 37.29 35.54 -.14 -2.5tConatusPh Q CNAT 9.40 3.88 1750 4.03 8299 6.05 3.85 -1.84 -12.8 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 11.88 314 19.01 1689 22.33 18.53 -3.89 -26.5 ConchoRes N CXO 20 162.91 106.73 3021 133.63 15919 149.94 131.35 -16.70 -11.0 ConcdMed N CCM 30 4.71 2.46 8 3.02 90 3.02 2.62 +.16 -9.3 ConcrdInt g Q CXRX .30 58.7 1 2.10 .45 129 .51 473 .54 .48 +.03 -22.2 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.6 11.19 8.13 1 10.20 19 10.23 9.95 +.20 +2.5 Conduent n N CNDT 20.32 14.95 1218 18.60 8822 18.92 18.13 -.04 +15.1 Conformis n Q CFMS 5.98 1.15 247 1.38 1674 1.48 1.30 -.07 -42.0 ConiferH n Q CNFR 8.20 5.00 0 5.80 11 6.15 5.80 -.05 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.3 23 64.99 40.54 202 61.62 819 64.09 60.70 -1.71 +20.9 Conns Q CONN 37.80 8.40 2228 27.70 8240 36.25 26.95 -6.30 -22.1 ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.0 21 31.40 21.04 282 28.60 1440 29.45 27.90 -.20 +11.1 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.19 1.9 30 65.04 48.86 59 62.44 472 63.24 58.76 +1.91 +8.8 ConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 1.9 47 61.31 42.27 8718 59.26 39821 61.17 56.57 -.03 +8.0tConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 13.6 24.80 10.31 1648 11.38 5598 11.49 10.31 +.42 -6.6 ConEd N ED 2.86f 3.6 16 89.70 73.73 1639 78.56 10711 79.39 76.67 +.62 -7.5 CnsTom A CTO .20f .3 8 67.97 50.51 5 60.00 74 63.14 58.49 -2.85 -5.5 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.5 36 15.35 11.05 33 13.55 227 14.60 13.30 -1.00 +8.3 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 9.95 9.55 12 9.90 12 9.92 9.89 +.03 +1.5 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 11.21 8.22 7 10.42 10 10.98 10.05 -.07 +2.4 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .48 .25 11 .35 13 .39 .35 -.01 +12.9 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.3 20 231.83 168.44 1680 227.19 11037 231.22 222.60 -.73 -.6 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 5.35 957 11.05 4610 11.20 10.00 +.20 -.9 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 5.21 3.66 30 3.71 185 3.83 3.67 -.06 -10.6 ContainStr N TCS 10 6.37 3.53 94 5.78 693 5.88 5.33 +.34 +21.9 Contango A MCF 8.19 2.22 229 3.30 1399 3.67 3.00 -.25 -29.9 ContlBldg N CBPX 20 31.00 21.00 265 28.65 1302 29.40 27.40 +.10 +1.8 ContMatls A CUO 22 24.90 16.80 18.75 8 19.95 18.75 -.95 -1.3sContlRescs N CLR 61.67 29.08 3466 58.92 12331 61.67 55.85 -.03 +11.2 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.31 .80 54 1.59 362 1.70 1.52 -.04 +57.4 ContraVir Q CTRV 1.96 .21 571 .25 3455 .26 .22 +.01 -30.6 Control4 Q CTRL 35 35.99 14.63 308 20.77 1768 21.76 20.55 -.71 -30.2 ConvrgOn n Q CVON 10.83 8.01 7 9.01 108 9.46 9.00 -.23 -9.7 Cnvrgys N CVG .40 1.8 15 26.66 21.13 571 22.60 4981 22.85 21.58 -.02 -3.8 CooperCo N COO .06 24 260.26 194.55 298 217.98 2159 228.69 216.47 -10.83 tCooperTire N CTB .42 1.4 16 44.50 28.10 578 29.05 2804 30.40 28.10 -.25 -17.8 CooperStd N CPS 14 135.00 95.33 90 126.57 559 129.16 119.76 +3.76 +3.3 CopaHold N CPA 3.48f 2.8 14 141.34 107.90 490 123.12 1558 130.94 123.07 -5.51 -8.2 Copart s Q CPRT 35 51.77 28.89 1525 49.66 6893 51.43 49.12 -1.27 +15.0 Copel N ELP .26e 3.4 9.87 6.70 379 7.72 1507 7.97 7.63 -.14 +1.2 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 5.30 396 5.65 2566 6.20 5.55 -.45 -20.4 Corcept Q CORT 17 25.96 8.90 1486 16.15 6463 16.79 15.22 -.30 -10.6 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 2.1 59 121.39 86.55 632 106.16 2425 111.11 103.55 -2.06 -3.1 CoreMold A CMT .05 11 24.50 16.47 40 17.01 194 18.03 16.54 -.82 -21.6 CoreMrk s Q CORE .40 1.9 24 38.37 19.53 184 21.53 1117 21.98 20.39 +.27 -31.8tCorecivic N CXW 1.72f 8.3 12 35.10 18.61 823 20.73 4637 20.92 18.61 +1.21 -7.9 CoreLogic N CLGX 21 49.30 38.49 231 44.73 1831 45.70 43.77 -.50 -3.2 CorEn pfA N CORRpA 1.84 7.3 26.93 24.60 6 25.07 53 25.55 24.98 +.09 -2.6 CorEnInf rs N CORR 3.00 8.0 15 39.42 31.50 84 37.59 419 38.07 36.84 +.05 -1.6 CoreSite N COR 3.92 3.8 38 120.85 89.76 325 102.29 2042 104.66 98.65 +2.03 -10.2 Corindus n A CVRS 2.25 .66 824 1.36 3785 1.58 1.30 -.01 +34.7 Corium Q CORI 13.93 4.04 234 10.46 1899 11.40 10.05 -1.01 +8.8 CorMedix A CRMD 1.35 .17 1401 .23 13604 .30 .18 +.04 -55.2 CorOnDem Q CSOD 46.19 33.24 394 39.94 2032 41.12 38.25 +.83 +13.0 CrnstTotR A CRF 3.35 21.6 16.98 13.62 335 15.52 1469 15.58 14.86 +.40 +1.5 CrnrstnStr A CLM 3.40 22.0 17.21 13.10 376 15.48 2045 15.70 15.13 +.20 +.1tCorning N GLW .72f 2.7 16 35.10 26.32 10253 26.55 38231 27.90 26.31 -1.33 -17.0 CpBT JCP N JBN 1.75 14.8 17.13 9.92 1 11.85 17 12.15 11.75 +.06 -5.7 CorpCapT n N CCT .40p 19.00 14.43 565 17.20 2728 17.37 16.83 +.30 +7.6 CorpOffP N OFC 1.10 4.1 14 36.03 24.55 1816 26.79 6051 27.03 25.34 +.96 -8.3 Cort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 6.6 35.11 30.31 1 30.92 5 31.01 30.55 +.37 -5.5 CortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 14.2 18.95 11.06 3 13.45 22 13.58 13.07 +.10 -5.7 CortsJCP N JBR 1.75 14.9 17.05 9.82 0 11.75 6 12.14 11.75 -5.9 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 6.1 34.27 30.26 10 32.80 24 33.55 31.31 +1.68 +1.4 Corvel Q CRVL 27 61.20 40.70 52 49.65 161 51.20 48.25 -.90 -6.1 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 21.30 7.42 213 10.12 541 11.74 9.68 -1.41 -2.3 Cosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 2.5 11.89 5.63 1198 10.51 4476 10.75 9.80 +.12 +8.4 Costamre N CMRE .40 6.0 8.18 5.45 479 6.64 3167 6.85 6.17 +.40 +15.1 Costam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 7.9 27.43 21.30 1 24.10 17 24.26 23.62 +.15 -3.7 Costmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 8.7 26.24 22.77 3 24.61 52 25.06 24.50 -.22 -3.3 Costam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 8.7 26.89 23.03 7 25.31 29 25.65 25.25 -.32 -2.0 Costco Q COST 2.00 1.1 29 199.88 150.00 2245 183.96 12618 187.25 180.94 -4.47 -1.2 Cotiviti n N COTV 45.97 30.84 227 33.72 1557 34.79 32.81 -.72 +4.7 Cott Cp N COT .24 1.6 17.78 12.04 606 14.74 3354 14.90 14.45 +.02 -11.5 Coty N COTY .50 2.7 21.68 14.24 3627 18.29 24431 18.75 17.64 -.01 -8.0 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.75 8 2.61 65 2.90 2.61 -.24 -18.7 Cntwd pfB N CFCpB 1.75 6.7 26.77 25.46 28 26.08 220 26.09 25.88 +.08 -1.3 CountyBcp Q ICBK .28f 1.0 17 33.94 22.73 4 29.02 18 29.25 28.40 -.19 -2.5 CoupaSft n Q COUP 50.69 23.75 632 45.48 2535 47.28 43.89 -.14 +45.7 CousPrp N CUZ .26f 3.1 13 9.63 7.81 2812 8.50 21200 8.66 8.36 -.11 -8.1 CovantaH N CVA 1.00 7.0 17.30 13.00 1151 14.30 4528 14.75 14.15 -.20 -15.4 Covenant Q CVTI 44 33.36 15.86 174 29.02 980 30.91 28.01 -.81 +1.0 CowenInc s Q COWN 38 18.25 11.63 296 14.00 2570 14.40 12.95 +.80 +2.6 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.3 26.24 24.76 17 25.20 86 25.37 25.10 +.01 -1.9 CrackerB Q CBRL 4.80 2.9 19 179.12 141.75 233 163.16 1330 165.10 155.86 +3.96 +2.7sCraftBrew Q BREW 40 20.25 12.00 139 19.65 676 20.25 18.05 +1.05 +2.3 Crane N CR 1.40f 1.6 31 102.65 71.23 168 90.23 1168 93.37 89.24 -2.51 +1.1 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.4 60 9.95 6.78 10 8.35 319 8.52 7.82 +.33 -1.8 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.3 61 12.40 7.89 18 8.53 91 8.89 8.11 +.31 -11.3 Cray Inc Q CRAY 54 26.65 16.50 220 19.95 1170 20.90 19.70 -.75 -17.6sCredicp N BAP 8.57e 3.7 239.04 150.71 226 234.68 1403 239.04 226.29 +7.64 +13.1 CreditAcc Q CACC 16 377.82 182.50 94 316.26 457 330.57 312.22 -14.15 -2.2 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 103.34 130.65 20 137.25 124.01 +3.40 -4.8 CSVixMd rs Q TVIZ 22.55 7.93 12 13.75 89 14.32 13.10 +.68 +53.3 CSVixSh rs Q TVIX 47.19 4.66 83642 10.34 336782 12.06 9.20 +.92 +86.6 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 31.07 10.84 117 21.05 546 22.73 19.77 +1.05 +78.7 CS FILgCG N FLGE 264.50 154.83 36 224.60 158 236.00 215.69 -8.30 -1.5 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .60e 7.9 9.31 7.28 14 7.64 47 7.75 7.57 +.06 -3.3 CSGoldCvC Q GLDI .63e 6.9 9.69 8.55 10 9.15 47 9.21 9.09 +.05 +1.3 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 34.67 19.64 134 25.63 931 26.42 24.17 -.20 +8.6 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 55.21 38.12 121 40.73 414 41.72 39.64 -.68 -6.6 CS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 9.19 604 11.56 4088 11.89 11.29 +.15 +3.8 CSVSVixMT Q VIIZ 9.39 5.70 1 7.82 12 7.94 7.67 +.21 +29.0 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 58.66 81 62.03 509 63.85 60.60 -1.88 -30.0 CrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.2 3.50 3.16 168 3.23 1115 3.27 3.19 +.04 -2.4 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.50 22.00 19 26.29 69 26.69 25.62 -.16 -14.1 CS CrdeOil N OIIL 39.28 25.46 1 37.05 3 38.23 37.05 -1.78 +5.3 CS MAsHi N MLTI 1.30e 29.48 27.03 3 27.61 5 27.62 27.60 +.28 -1.4 CS VSSilv Q USLV 17.24 9.03 1573 9.91 13242 10.53 9.61 -14.6 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 7.5 19.98 13.28 2799 16.16 13167 16.85 15.97 -.63 -9.5 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 10.9 2.91 2.60 446 2.64 1175 2.68 2.62 -.02 -7.0 Cree Inc Q CREE 45.43 20.50 1762 40.42 5262 41.25 38.01 +.11 +8.8 CrescPtE g N CPG .12 1.7 40 11.40 6.40 1642 7.17 9948 7.30 6.45 +.37 -5.9 CrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 9.1 29.25 20.00 129 26.25 513 26.50 25.30 +.65 +1.7 Cresud Q CRESY .45e 2.1 23.69 17.31 114 21.40 1089 21.60 20.14 +1.25 -3.1 Criteo SA Q CRTO 23 56.00 21.00 474 26.70 4641 27.44 25.08 +.86 +2.6sCrocs Q CROX 17.43 5.93 1342 16.58 5489 17.43 15.72 +.33 +31.2tCronosGp n Q CRON 10.39 5.12 2140 5.63 12127 6.73 5.12 -1.10 -26.1 CrossAmer N CAPL 2.51 12.3 39 29.80 20.05 25 20.44 139 21.17 20.10 -.12 -13.9 CrssCtryHl Q CCRN 25 15.09 9.07 73 11.11 765 11.41 10.61 -12.9tCrosTim N CRT 1.02e 7.3 14 16.60 14.05 20 14.02 87 14.95 14.01 -.58 -4.5 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.20f 3.9 114.97 93.14 2273 108.01 14877 110.44 106.48 -1.60 -2.7 CrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1028.17 6 1118.00 23 1130.00 1105.63 +.07 -1.3 CrownCfts Q CRWS .32 5.4 12 8.40 5.40 6 5.95 41 6.00 5.65 +.05 -7.8 CrownHold N CCK 19 62.27 48.27 1300 48.76 6698 50.85 48.59 -1.99 -13.3 Cryolife N CRY .12 .6 47 24.00 14.03 81 19.75 500 20.25 19.05 -.30 +3.1 CryoPort rs Q CYRX 10.40 2.01 99 8.33 737 8.82 8.08 -.27 -3.0 Ctrip.com s Q CTRP 28 60.65 42.65 4074 44.80 18520 46.76 44.36 -1.82 +1.6 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 4.2 22 29.79 22.83 864 28.25 6163 28.67 27.58 +.05 -2.3 Cubic N CUB .27 .4 66.20 39.58 186 61.75 844 64.45 61.20 -1.85 +4.7 CueBioph n Q CUE 17.99 11.10 82 12.86 266 14.13 12.28 -1.19 +10.6 CullenFr N CFR 2.28 2.2 19 111.10 81.09 483 104.67 2405 108.16 101.88 -1.40 +10.6 CullnF pfA N CFRpA 1.34 5.3 25.96 24.11 2 25.07 32 25.07 24.86 +.16 -.2 Culp Inc N CULP .36f 1.2 15 34.05 26.15 11 30.60 215 31.75 29.11 +.05 -8.7 CumbldPh Q CPIX 7.96 5.39 8 6.59 41 7.12 6.43 -.09 -10.5 Cummins N CMI 4.32 2.7 44 194.18 143.83 1389 157.90 7878 163.64 155.58 -4.19 -10.6 Curis Q CRIS 2.87 .47 1458 .54 8937 .66 .52 -.12 -23.6 CurEuro N FXE 120.65 102.59 246 118.10 1716 118.71 117.49 -.23 +2.2 CurAstla N FXA .62 .8 81.36 73.37 20 76.80 221 77.22 76.53 -.09 -1.6 CurBrit N FXB 139.08 120.94 14 136.84 133 136.99 135.66 +.55 +4.3 CurrCda N FXC .03e 81.49 71.70 22 77.24 302 77.40 76.19 +.69 -1.6 CurJpn N FXY 91.62 83.92 328 89.68 2193 90.70 89.13 -.43 +5.3 CurSwed N FXS 121.32 106.08 112.51 3 113.19 112.51 -.88 -3.2 CurSwiss N FXF 102.27 94.12 60 98.10 257 98.69 97.57 -.30 +1.3 CurtisWrt N CW .60 .4 28 140.07 82.77 179 134.24 963 139.30 129.38 -.83 +10.2tCush Jn37 n N PPLN 24.42 16.67 1 16.55 161 16.87 16.55 -.11 -17.0 CushTRet rs N SRV 1.08 9.9 14.50 10.00 15 10.93 138 11.00 10.34 +.52 -8.5tCushngRen N SZC 1.64 10.3 21.30 15.35 85 15.85 357 16.20 15.35 +.12 -21.9 CushRoy rs N SRF .48 5.5 10.10 7.81 5 8.76 20 8.92 8.62 +.04 -6.4 CustomBcp N CUBI 10 33.85 24.75 155 28.86 778 29.80 28.31 -.29 +11.0 CustBcp 18 N CUBS 1.59 6.3 26.50 25.25 0 25.36 3 25.43 25.33 -.04 -1.4 CustBc p C N CUBIpC .57p 27.35 26.26 4 26.35 10 26.50 26.35 -.08 -.8 CustBc pfE N CUBIpE 27.21 25.35 0 26.38 4 26.65 26.27 -.33 -.6 CustoBc pf F N CUBIpF 27.71 25.21 4 25.54 24 25.89 25.46 -.01 -2.6 Cutera Q CUTR 66 55.00 18.50 217 51.40 909 53.95 48.85 +1.15 +13.3 Cyanotch h Q CYAN 5.78 3.25 4 5.20 52 5.39 4.85 +.10 +33.0 CybrOpt Q CYBE 94 26.25 11.35 82 16.85 374 17.90 16.20 -1.15 +12.3 CyberArk Q CYBR 67 55.63 39.34 206 50.78 1646 52.52 48.60 -.24 +22.7 Cyclacel pf Q CYCCP .60 9.2 8.75 5.11 1 6.55 2 6.75 6.29 +.73 -11.5 Cyclacel rs Q CYCC .15p 10.90 1.28 85 1.54 1678 1.67 1.37 +.19 -11.5 CymaBay Q CBAY 15.59 3.16 583 11.10 5684 12.98 10.50 -1.89 +20.7 CynergT n A CTEK 5.45 2.70 9 4.89 84 4.99 4.63 -.09 +20.7 CypressEn N CELP .84 12.9 36 9.27 5.50 8 6.53 91 6.54 5.63 +.94 +8.8 CypSemi Q CY .44 2.7 27 18.87 12.50 5251 16.29 26722 17.12 16.02 -.67 +6.9 Cyren Ltd Q CYRN 2.60 1.35 1 2.35 39 2.55 2.35 -6.0 CyrusOne Q CONE 1.84f 3.7 65.73 43.49 937 49.96 4618 51.44 49.44 -1.25 -16.1tCytRx rs Q CYTR 5.99 1.43 102 1.56 1207 1.60 1.43 -.03 -7.7tCytokinetic Q CYTK 17.20 6.75 209 7.10 1479 7.65 6.75 -.10 -12.9 CytomX n Q CTMX 35.00 13.00 393 27.74 1763 29.82 26.80 -.71 +31.4 CytoriTh rs Q CYTX 2.08 .22 228 .28 1382 .30 .27 -.00 -6.6 Cytosorbnt Q CTSO 8.25 3.30 80 7.35 829 7.53 6.88 +.30 +13.1D -:DBV Tech Q DBVT 50.57 20.08 122 23.81 952 24.06 22.28 +.74 -3.2 DCP Mid N DCP 3.12 8.9 49 42.79 29.70 401 34.88 2530 36.00 34.02 -.24 -4.0 DCT IndlTr N DCT 1.44f 2.6 27 61.53 49.62 321 55.47 2467 56.32 54.71 -.87 -5.6 DDR Corp N DDR .76 10.2 19 13.00 6.76 3337 7.48 26882 7.66 7.22 +.15 -16.5tDDR pfJ N DDRpJ 1.63 7.1 25.79 22.94 8 22.80 39 23.20 22.69 -.31 -9.2tDDR pfK N DDRpK 1.56 7.0 25.98 22.14 2 22.19 27 22.34 22.02 -13.6 DDR Cp pfA N DDRpA 27.09 23.11 8 23.70 74 24.00 23.70 -.11 -9.9 DFB Hlt un Q DFBHU 10.20 10.00 10.05 102 10.10 10.05 +.5 DGSE A DGSE 1.74 .75 43 .81 406 .91 .81 -.02 -12.7 DHI Grp N DHX 5 4.70 1.50 257 1.70 1501 1.80 1.63 +.10 -10.5 DHT Hldgs N DHT .20e 5.8 27 4.95 3.27 774 3.46 4038 3.65 3.28 +.06 -3.6tDHX Mda n Q DHXM .08 34 6.05 2.80 237 3.10 358 3.15 2.80 +.13 -12.7 DLH Hldgs Q DLHC 69 6.83 4.10 3 6.21 26 6.21 5.61 +.37 +.8 DMC Globl Q BOOM .08 .3 28.95 11.60 41 25.85 319 26.85 24.95 -.90 +3.2 DNB Fncl Q DNBF .28 .8 15 37.15 30.00 3 34.40 22 35.40 34.05 -1.25 +2.1 DNP Selct N DNP .78 7.5 11.57 9.71 388 10.39 1509 10.43 10.25 +.11 -3.8 DR Horton N DHI .50 1.1 17 53.32 31.98 3362 45.35 23625 47.00 41.66 +1.51 -11.2tDrdgold N DRD .03e 1.1 5.18 2.63 59 2.75 396 2.87 2.63 +.02 -15.6 DSP Gp Q DSPG 13.95 10.80 28 11.70 175 12.05 11.30 -.10 -6.4 DST Sys s N DST .72 .9 26 84.48 50.22 538 83.64 4769 83.75 83.46 -.01 +34.8 DSW Inc N DSW 1.00f 4.6 16 22.78 15.14 1631 21.90 9473 22.60 21.54 -.56 +2.3 DTE N DTE 3.53f 3.4 19 116.74 97.66 872 104.06 4967 105.49 102.56 -.34 -4.9 DTEEn 62 N DTQ 1.31 5.4 25.61 23.59 5 24.26 39 24.49 24.12 -.17 -3.4 DTE En76 n N DTJ 1.34 5.5 26.04 23.99 8 24.51 66 24.67 24.31 -.16 -3.8 DTE En27 n N DTW 1.31 5.5 25.75 23.34 18 23.93 319 24.14 23.93 -.21 -6.9 DTE F76 n N DTY 1.50 5.7 27.90 25.55 8 26.11 44 26.31 26.04 -.04 -2.5 DTE En un N DTV 58.42 48.68 55 51.95 297 52.47 51.35 -.14 -3.7 DTF TxF N DTF .84 6.3 15.26 13.05 9 13.33 61 13.41 13.22 +.02 -5.2 DXC Tch n N DXC .72 .7 107.85 73.51 1524 99.76 8598 103.11 98.34 -.77 +5.1 DXP Ent Q DXPE 41 43.21 24.86 192 37.32 782 39.44 36.67 -1.63 +26.2 DailyJourn Q DJCO 250.95 195.00 0 224.00 9 230.00 223.53 -4.49 -2.7 tDaktronics Q DAKT .28 3.1 39 10.86 8.54 127 9.00 836 9.15 8.54 +.19 -1.4 DanaInc N DAN .24 .9 14 35.27 17.53 1305 26.14 7159 26.98 24.69 +.38 -18.3 Danaher N DHR .64f .7 23 104.82 78.97 1803 96.66 13506 99.74 95.02 -1.25 +4.1tDanaos N DAC 1 3.20 1.05 27 1.15 278 1.30 1.05 -.10 -20.7 DaqoNEn N DQ 6 72.50 18.01 510 55.84 1928 57.17 46.50 +6.89 -6.1 Darden N DRI 2.52 2.9 19 100.11 76.27 1755 86.86 9025 87.09 82.38 +1.61 -9.5tDareBio rs Q DARE 12.40 .74 100 .82 1222 .88 .74 -.02 -62.1 DarioHlth Q DRIO 3.64 1.32 30 1.57 278 1.63 1.50 +.03 -2.0 DarlingIng N DAR 22 19.50 14.20 669 17.08 3844 17.50 16.77 -.22 -5.8 DasanZ rs Q DZSI 11.75 5.25 14 11.20 127 11.40 10.30 -.24 +21.0 Daseke n Q DSKE 14.52 8.76 502 9.34 2067 9.98 9.19 -.45 -34.6 Data IO Q DAIO 17 16.49 4.56 68 7.39 439 7.86 7.25 -.05 -38.6 Datawatch Q DWCH 12.65 6.95 46 8.35 236 8.70 8.05 -.30 -12.1tDaveBuster Q PLAY 15 73.48 37.85 1557 41.58 13465 42.48 37.85 -.16 -24.6 DavidsT g n Q DTEA 7.75 3.20 19 3.50 36 3.55 3.30 +.10 -10.3 DavSelFn n Q DFNL 25.62 20.18 7 23.58 82 24.15 23.22 -.38 -1.5 DavSelEq n Q DUSA 25.32 20.01 8 22.68 28 23.25 22.27 -.39 -3.1 DavSelW n Q DWLD 28.88 20.86 22 25.71 139 26.21 25.10 -.25 -2.0 DaVita Inc N DVA 16 80.71 52.51 2009 63.03 10778 66.27 61.72 -2.91 -12.8 DawsonGeo Q DWSN 7.12 3.70 28 6.27 226 6.89 5.65 -.47 +26.2 Daxor A DXR .15 1.7 21.66 3.40 83 8.96 344 10.25 8.20 -.62 +95.9 DeanFoods N DF .36 4.0 11 20.10 8.18 1072 8.92 7586 9.10 8.18 +.30 -22.8 Deciphera n Q DCPH 29.98 15.15 199 24.00 670 24.15 19.19 +3.96 +5.9 DeckrsOut N DECK 98.92 55.46 680 91.92 4554 95.04 85.81 +1.89 +14.5 Deere N DE 2.40 1.7 33 175.26 107.04 3294 145.39 14919 154.88 143.03 -9.93 -7.1 DelFriscos Q DFRG 18.85 11.70 112 16.15 1050 16.25 14.85 +.90 +5.9tDelTaco Q TACO 9 15.99 10.15 184 10.68 1136 10.87 10.15 +.32 -11.9 DE EnhGlb N DEX .90 7.7 12.70 10.71 75 11.68 327 11.76 11.41 +.12 -3.7 DelaCO A VCF .72 5.0 16.50 14.13 2 14.36 7 14.42 14.28 -.03 -7.5 DelaDvInc N DDF .62 5.9 11.36 10.13 12 10.57 135 10.78 10.29 +.02 -1.5 DelaNatl A VFL .72 5.7 13.94 12.53 4 12.61 30 12.65 12.54 -.01 -4.9 DelaMN2 A VMM .63 4.9 15.15 12.61 20 12.81 157 12.90 12.63 +.18 -4.9 DelekLogis N DKL 2.90f 10.0 14 35.54 26.60 15 29.00 138 29.75 27.10 +.65 -8.5sDelek N DK .60 1.4 30 43.19 20.65 1971 42.34 11798 43.42 39.44 +1.64 +21.2 DellTch n N DVMT 92.40 60.77 812 71.29 4323 73.94 70.72 -1.92 -12.3 DelmarPh n Q DMPI 4.45 .78 31 .92 452 .98 .90 -.02 -15.6 DelphiTc n N DLPH .68p 1.4 78 60.39 45.66 518 49.05 2906 50.93 47.24 +1.40 -6.5 DeltaAir N DAL 1.22 2.3 11 60.50 43.81 6905 53.05 36255 54.63 50.95 -1.76 -5.3 DeltaAprl A DLA 23.47 16.95 10 18.03 68 18.37 17.26 +.01 -10.7 DeltaTch h Q DELT 4.70 .91 62 1.17 594 1.30 1.13 +.02 +10.3 DltshInt n N DMRI 56.65 49.79 1 52.30 5 52.73 51.90 -.27 -1.3 Deluxe N DLX 1.20 1.6 15 78.87 66.43 271 74.74 1594 76.95 71.79 +.73 -2.7 DenaliTh n Q DNLI 25.79 14.72 150 18.11 1084 19.96 18.02 -1.58 +15.8 DenburyR N DNR 2.89 .92 8591 2.78 51221 2.88 2.50 +.04 +25.8 DenisnM g A DNN .66 .38 287 .45 1525 .48 .43 -18.2sDennys Q DENN 30 16.31 10.87 455 16.24 1523 16.37 15.06 +.81 +22.7tDentsply Q XRAY .35 .7 68.98 48.25 2453 49.02 15877 50.96 48.25 -1.29 -25.5 Depomed Q DEPO 13.90 4.31 424 6.58 3979 7.09 6.34 -.01 -18.3tDermira Q DERM 35.76 7.48 2437 7.12 6271 7.97 6.98 -.87 -74.4 DescSys Q DSGX 83 31.23 22.35 60 28.20 327 29.05 27.98 -.35 -.7 Despg.cm n N DESP 36.56 22.73 209 30.42 913 31.78 29.81 -.83 +10.7 DestMatrn Q DEST .80 30.0 4.98 1.02 37 2.67 185 2.68 2.41 +.08 -10.1 Dest XL Q DXLG 3.00 1.46 389 1.70 1141 1.80 1.60 -.05 -22.7 Deswell Q DSWL .28 9.3 3.64 1.85 15 3.02 77 3.10 2.95 -.10 +10.9 Determine Q DTRM 3.93 1.23 1 1.58 30 1.60 1.31 +.16 -12.2tDeutschBk N DB .83e 20.23 13.52 4374 13.87 19290 14.34 13.52 -.11 -27.1 DBDogs22 N DOD 30.43 18.53 16 21.60 42 22.28 20.20 +.07 -15.4 DBWMTR N WMW 32.46 25.94 2 28.65 13 29.99 28.31 -.16 -4.5 DeutBCT2 pf N DXB 1.64 6.4 26.51 24.93 19 25.60 155 25.61 25.48 -.01 +.5 DeutBCT5 pf N DKT 2.01 7.9 27.24 25.45 39 25.58 514 25.62 25.46 +.02 -2.1 DBCmdDL N DYY 4.09 2.08 2.88 2 2.89 2.88 -.09 -24.2 DB AgriDL N DAG 3.81 2.60 4 2.82 101 2.92 2.76 -.02 -1.4 DBGoldSh N DGZ 14.68 13.01 1 13.42 13 13.54 13.25 -.14 -1.4 DBGoldDL N DGP 29.42 21.65 2 25.90 39 26.39 25.50 +.22 +3.6 DBGoldDS N DZZ 6.32 4.88 109 5.17 211 5.25 5.08 -.05 -3.5 Deut Multi N KMM .51 5.8 8.99 8.59 20 8.79 146 8.80 8.76 +.01 -.7 Deut Muni N KTF .84 7.5 13.72 11.08 350 11.18 538 11.25 11.14 -.02 -6.1 Deut StInc N KST .66a 5.4 12.66 12.08 12.26 24 12.26 12.18 -.00 -1.4 Deut StMu N KSM .84 7.7 13.11 10.81 20 10.96 98 11.06 10.94 -.03 -7.0 DBXEmMkt N DBEM .36e 1.5 26.32 20.44 71 23.75 749 24.27 23.65 -.58 -1.4 DBXEafeEq N DBEF .95e 3.1 33.05 28.89 1283 30.65 6971 31.06 30.06 -.06 -3.6 DBXBrazEq N DBBR .13e 1.0 14.00 9.34 2 13.29 43 13.53 13.24 -.23 +10.5 DBXGerEq N DBGR .35e 1.3 29.78 25.97 27.12 11 27.12 26.37 +.27 -4.7 Deu HYBd n N HYLB 51.56 48.68 538 49.35 1440 49.49 49.07 -.17 -2.1 DbXR1KECo N DEUS 33.87 28.12 48 31.36 266 32.05 30.85 -.44 -2.2 DeutEmCo N DEMG 30.95 26.67 0 29.25 2 29.25 28.61 +.50 +1.4 DBXJapnEq N DBJP .91e 2.2 46.61 36.00 232 41.86 1195 42.79 41.09 -.51 -5.1 DbXDvxEU N DEEF 31.76 25.68 6 29.46 34 29.77 29.15 -.20 -1.9 Deut 300Ch N ASHX .74p 24.14 18.75 0 20.99 27 21.43 20.67 -.11 -4.9 DbxEafeHiD N HDEF .43e 1.1 25.41 23.42 23.54 4 23.66 23.54 -.47 -4.8 DbxNikk400 N JPN 31.67 24.97 2 29.18 31 29.67 29.01 -.54 -.5 DeuMunInf N RVNU .71 2.7 27.23 25.97 3 26.30 19 26.42 26.15 -.08 -3.2 DBX EMBd N EMIH .99e 3.9 25.69 24.34 2 25.13 4 25.44 24.82 +.05 +.1 DBX IGBd N IGIH .77 3.2 24.99 23.81 3 24.35 52 24.70 23.89 +.20 -.3tDBXHYCpB N HYIH 1.20 5.3 23.75 22.42 0 22.72 13 22.72 22.42 -.12 -1.3 DBXChiSC N ASHS 37.50 30.24 13 34.43 36 35.59 34.36 -.86 -1.2 DBXHrvChi N CN .30e .8 42.41 28.81 6 37.17 30 38.37 36.74 -1.32 -.4 DBXSKorH N DBKO .03p 32.94 25.85 1 31.14 12 31.14 30.54 -.35 -.8 DBXAWxUS N DBAW 1.33e 3.2 29.07 24.93 5 26.84 64 27.19 26.36 -.15 -3.4 DBXAsiaPH N DBAP .74e 2.6 30.70 24.89 2 28.69 4 29.25 27.93 -.36 +1.0 DBXEurHgd N DBEU .65e 2.4 29.50 26.52 380 27.54 2875 27.84 26.93 +.09 -3.1 DBXHvChiA N ASHR 34.89 24.00 1620 30.28 5479 31.18 30.20 -1.00 -2.4 DevonE N DVN .24 .8 20 45.16 28.80 6502 31.45 35128 32.49 29.83 -.34 -24.0 DexCom Q DXCM 85.32 42.62 810 70.15 7286 75.57 69.51 -4.01 +22.2 Diageo N DEO 3.20e 2.3 147.62 113.67 452 139.17 2007 140.83 133.28 +3.75 -4.7 DiamHill Q DHIL 7.00e 14 219.90 187.20 4 200.92 48 206.00 198.00 -5.64 -2.8 DiamOffsh N DO .50 3.2 25 20.41 10.06 1495 15.79 9432 16.31 13.97 +1.13 -15.1 DiamRk N DRH .50 4.7 14 12.11 9.87 2794 10.54 10629 10.60 10.25 +.10 -6.6 DiambkEn Q FANG 23 134.60 82.77 3286 116.62 10164 126.16 114.95 -9.90 -7.6tDianaCnt rs Q DCIX 8026.20 1.31 90 1.40 952 1.55 1.31 -.10 -65.5 DianaShip N DSX 6.16 3.07 332 3.40 2809 3.70 3.22 -.26 -16.5 DianaS pfB N DSXpB 2.22 9.0 25.12 20.75 16 24.55 35 24.55 24.05 +.04 -1.0 DianaSh20 N DSXN 2.13 8.4 26.18 22.76 0 25.18 43 25.28 25.02 -.17 -1.9 DicernaPh Q DRNA 15.00 2.69 252 9.44 1996 9.92 8.71 -.12 +4.5 DicksSptg N DKS .90f 2.7 11 52.31 23.88 3227 33.76 13931 35.74 32.88 -1.29 +17.5 Diebold N DBD .40 2.8 16 29.80 12.90 740 14.50 4942 15.40 14.20 -.90 -11.3 DifferBr rs Q DFBG 2.45 .70 15 1.38 160 1.64 1.30 +.05 +45.3tDiffusP hn Q DFFN 4.73 .50 125 .56 1088 .59 .50 +.01 -52.9 DigiIntl Q DGII 31 12.53 8.50 78 10.60 419 10.75 10.05 +.30 +11.0tDigimarc Q DMRC 41.75 22.85 50 25.05 336 25.70 22.85 +1.10 -30.7tDigirad Q DRAD .22 15.7 5.45 1.35 59 1.40 428 1.60 1.35 -.15 -45.6 DigitalAlly Q DGLY 4.95 1.70 10 2.30 166 2.53 2.25 -.30 -13.2 DigitalRlt N DLR 4.04f 3.9 50 127.23 96.56 840 104.30 4405 106.06 101.73 -1.08 -8.4 DigitlR pfG N DLRpG 1.47 5.9 26.04 24.27 8 24.99 56 25.02 24.76 -.01 -2.0 DigtlR pfH N DLRpH 1.84 7.0 28.33 25.96 9 26.21 101 26.43 26.04 -.08 -1.7 DigitRlt pfJ N DLRpJ 25.30 22.13 50 23.95 131 24.00 23.75 +.10 -4.6 DigitalR pfI N DLRpI 1.59 6.1 28.18 25.48 13 26.15 51 26.63 26.02 -.35 -4.9 DigitlTurb Q APPS 2.59 .88 744 2.09 4519 2.25 1.87 +.08 +16.8 Dillards N DDS .40 .5 10 88.51 45.51 449 79.47 2893 83.38 75.53 -.87 +32.3 Dillard38 N DDT 1.88 7.3 26.40 25.13 8 25.66 40 25.77 25.60 -.03 -.8 DimeCBc Q DCOM .56 3.0 19 22.65 17.75 176 18.40 898 18.95 17.95 -12.2 DineEquity N DIN 2.52m 3.5 5 79.66 36.71 493 71.69 2055 72.96 64.26 +6.11 +41.3 Diodes Q DIOD 49 35.36 22.06 461 29.49 1894 30.80 29.21 -.97 +2.9 DiploPhm N DPLO 48 27.78 14.00 499 19.72 2704 20.49 19.31 -.43 -1.7 Dir SilMBl n N SHNY 12.28 7.00 4 8.03 35 8.33 7.88 -.11 -15.7 DirBrCm n N COM 25.28 23.23 6 24.33 23 24.50 23.99 -.11 -.9 DirChInt n N CWEB 69.08 41.71 44 49.75 421 53.55 47.48 -4.03 -2.6 Dirx Euro n N EUXL 33.40 22.79 4 24.87 10 25.40 23.24 +1.21 -5.3 DirxAero n N DFEN 58.00 25.75 175 48.54 657 52.50 45.10 -1.22 +9.1 DrxTrnBl n N TPOR 43.11 23.47 10 28.75 36 31.24 27.89 -2.36 -16.7 DirxUtil n N UTSL 34.73 19.59 15 23.77 183 24.31 22.73 -.12 -13.7 DirxInds n N DUSL 44.53 25.88 7 31.49 29 34.29 30.37 -2.30 -14.3 DirxMex n N MEXX 33.36 18.90 13 23.26 49 24.44 20.23 +1.09 +12.9 DxRsaBr rs N RUSS 44.39 14.43 127 17.95 317 18.12 16.78 +.75 -22.0 DxSOXBr rs N SOXS 43.50 9.35 2524 13.70 13176 13.87 11.88 +1.64 -17.0 DxGBull rs N NUGT 46.48 21.25 5341 24.71 25106 25.98 23.42 +.31 -22.1 DrGMBll rs N JNUG .09e .7 30.40 11.34 10040 13.83 49590 14.46 12.99 +.27 -22.1 DirSPX Br N SPDN 35.11 17.25 53 31.14 525 31.75 30.42 +.43 +1.7 DxGlMBr rs N JDST 103.68 40.90 817 53.44 4342 57.00 51.11 -1.19 +4.2 DirSPBear s N SPXS 45.37 2.16 7530 30.57 36007 32.46 28.33 +1.11 +2.0 DrxDlySpxB N LLSP .10p 40.38 30.24 2 35.22 17 35.80 34.16 -.33 -2.2 DxChiABear N CHAD 41.27 27.67 5 31.31 20 31.44 30.56 +.90 +.5 DrxNGBear rs N GASX 47.19 18.20 31 29.86 100 32.84 27.27 +1.62 +27.2 DxSPOGBr rs N DRIP 28.73 9.31 4858 12.59 17640 14.16 11.40 +.33 +6.2 DrxRBkBull N DPST 95.94 43.51 47 71.33 241 78.20 68.12 -3.87 -1.9 DirDGlBr rs N DUST 38.68 19.01 2844 25.37 15390 26.77 24.16 -.38 +7.0 DxSPXBll s N SPUU 57.21 40.57 19 46.61 85 49.07 44.90 -1.73 -6.0 DxEuFnBl N EUFL 65.95 34.04 2 42.60 5 43.64 42.48 -.55 -10.3 DirSCBll s N SMLL .27e .6 55.75 39.18 1 48.52 10 50.32 48.05 -.70 -5.3 DxHiYldBr N HYDD 20.29 10.08 10 19.28 12 19.42 19.16 +.02 +2.6 DrNsd100 rs N QQQE 47.40 37.82 21 42.91 349 44.26 42.42 -1.08 -.6 DrxiBillion N IBLN .21e .6 35.52 27.08 9 32.96 43 33.40 32.18 -.10 +2.2 DxRusBll s N RUSL 73.38 29.06 73 55.03 310 59.04 54.35 -2.92 +9.0 DiEurBll3x N EURL .14e .4 47.12 24.03 30 35.46 231 36.41 33.39 +.06 -6.9 DrxEMBll rs N EDC 168.70 69.91 227 117.81 1146 127.00 113.52 -9.64 -6.3 Dir MLPHi N ZMLP 1.60m 11.5 18.90 13.61 25 13.93 225 14.17 13.64 -.03 -12.9 DxLatBll s N LBJ 49.13 20.00 7 38.70 48 41.52 36.45 -1.38 +19.8 DirTotBBr N SAGG 32.06 30.87 4 31.75 8 31.78 31.51 +.07 +2.0 DxBrzBull s N BRZU 65.25 20.38 696 46.41 2413 51.15 44.04 -4.83 +15.2 DxBiotBll rs N LABU 116.54 41.40 3026 66.16 14742 78.80 64.60 -13.25 -15.0 DxIndiBll rs N INDL 120.64 68.61 37 82.88 237 87.08 78.76 +.98 -18.8 DxNGBll rs N GASL 37.19 14.60 555 15.93 2748 17.65 14.63 -1.44 -37.3 DrDevMBr N DPK 20.18 10.08 13 12.49 65 13.11 12.09 +.28 +1.4 DxSPOGBl s N GUSH 38.13 15.04 2958 22.50 12634 24.95 20.11 -1.34 -25.9 DxREBear N DRV 15.62 9.81 59 13.02 396 13.79 12.63 +.01 +24.4 DrxJpBull N JPNL 96.48 46.69 7 72.82 36 76.67 71.33 -4.04 -5.6 DrxSKBull N KORU 72.86 31.55 16 53.20 86 58.70 51.89 -5.43 -14.6 DxSCBear rs N TZA 19.56 10.28 12297 12.12 53298 12.95 11.41 +.27 -1.2 DxFnBr rs N FAZ 20.71 9.71 4254 11.74 18998 12.38 10.86 +.42 +.4 DrxHmbBull N NAIL 110.62 37.03 95 67.46 392 74.27 56.42 +2.43 -26.9 Dx30TBear N TMV 22.46 17.07 1206 19.71 5252 20.38 19.12 +.29 +11.8 DxFnBull s N FAS 82.80 41.32 2869 61.26 12532 66.53 58.24 -3.02 -10.4 DrxACInsi N KNOW .48e 1.2 80.06 38.11 14 40.11 146 40.95 39.35 -.73 -3.3 DxMCBr rs N MIDZ 20.60 11.55 14 13.78 90 14.54 12.94 +.45 +2.3 Drx300Chin N CHAU 37.53 17.73 82 27.95 372 29.42 27.61 -1.76 -5.9 DxHcrBll s N CURE 63.45 32.79 217 40.47 998 44.28 38.85 -2.58 -13.2 DxTcBull s N TECL 149.65 63.23 276 107.02 1659 117.59 102.69 -7.38 -4.6 DxRetlBll s N RETL 45.73 21.33 21 32.97 93 34.79 29.19 +.29 -8.5 DxSOXBll s N SOXL .12e .1 209.00 66.72 887 130.63 5266 152.00 128.83 -22.19 -5.3 Dir30TrBul s N TMF 23.46 17.06 443 19.23 3672 19.84 18.60 -.30 -13.0 Dir10TrBear N TYO 15.70 13.12 11 14.87 36 15.08 14.69 +.05 +5.8 Dx10yTBull N TYD 47.36 39.16 1 41.15 23 42.36 40.41 -.11 -6.2 DxMCBull s N MIDU 53.91 33.40 60 41.69 317 44.65 39.63 -2.06 -10.2 DrxREBull s N DRN 24.73 14.68 118 16.84 1316 17.50 16.00 -.20 -26.3 DirxChiBull N YINN .38e 1.2 53.89 18.41 1122 31.11 6472 33.96 30.07 -2.83 -8.6 DirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 53.47 5 76.53 14 78.52 72.94 -1.18 -7.2 DrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .6 81.75 48.17 4328 65.18 21074 69.41 61.14 -2.16 -7.2 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 54.49 30.30 10678 39.34 48556 42.59 37.12 -1.95 -11.3 DirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 21.37 3932 27.27 16802 29.33 24.44 -.23 -21.9 Discover N DFS 1.40 2.0 13 81.93 57.50 1496 70.34 10749 72.63 68.56 -1.59 -8.6 DiscIncA Q DISCA 11 30.25 15.99 5525 22.62 25183 23.05 21.42 +1.19 +1.1sDiscIncB Q DISCB 18 48.85 19.25 34.50 2 48.85 34.50 -2.50 +39.1 DiscIncC Q DISCK 11 29.18 14.99 3982 20.73 24147 21.10 19.36 +1.21 -2.1 DishNetw h Q DISH 18 66.50 36.00 3010 38.51 13444 39.72 36.85 +.62 -19.4 Disney N DIS 1.68f 1.7 14 116.10 96.20 7109 100.35 41983 102.38 97.70 -.09 -6.7tDiversicre Q DVCR .22 3.1 18 12.25 6.45 7.00 58 7.50 6.45 -.52 -30.1 DivrsRest Q SAUC 2 4.12 1.30 7 1.36 64 1.36 1.30 +.01 -15.0 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 13.0 14.25 11.61 21 12.51 325 12.75 12.17 -.05 -6.9 DixieGrp Q DXYN 5.21 2.60 37 2.95 69 3.27 2.78 +.20 -23.4 DrReddy N RDY .29e .9 42.97 29.83 206 32.39 1392 33.39 32.12 -.30 -13.8 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 76 1.25 341 1.40 1.22 -.09 -30.6 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 3.55 3.95 58 4.18 3.60 -.12 -33.1 DolbyLab N DLB .64 1.0 82 74.29 48.00 346 63.01 2245 65.25 61.50 -.55 +1.6 DollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.2 21 105.82 65.97 2754 94.97 13506 96.98 91.97 +1.42 +2.1 DollarTree Q DLTR 13 116.65 65.63 3008 98.72 12568 100.07 93.16 +3.82 -8.0sDolphnEnt n Q DLPN 5.77 2.47 186 3.10 5465 5.77 2.81 -.42 -13.9tDomMidst N DM 1.27f 8.5 11 34.85 14.85 498 14.95 2806 16.05 14.65 -.40 -50.9tDomEngy N D 3.34f 5.0 14 85.30 66.37 5208 66.22 28622 68.06 66.10 -1.21 -18.3tDomRes un N DCUD 53.58 45.95 17 45.83 114 46.72 45.80 -.58 -11.3 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.94 23.04 31 24.30 192 24.35 24.19 +.06 -5.0sDominos N DPZ 2.20f 1.0 39 236.93 166.74 654 231.46 3653 236.93 225.25 -2.10 +22.5 Domtar g N UFS 1.74f 4.1 16 52.58 35.72 734 42.93 3776 43.29 40.72 +.39 -13.3 Donaldson N DCI .72 1.6 24 52.20 42.59 682 43.93 3247 44.98 43.35 -1.12 -10.3 DonegalA Q DGICA .56 3.7 27 18.25 14.51 52 15.29 168 16.45 15.07 -.51 -11.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 77

DonegalB Q DGICB .49 3.2 30 16.65 13.35 7 15.55 7 15.55 14.82 +1.50 +2.2 DonlleyRR rs N RRD .56 6.5 10 15.04 6.51 641 8.62 5393 8.86 7.95 -.11 -7.3tDonnlyFn n N DFIN 24.00 16.41 134 16.94 854 17.41 16.41 -.23 -13.1 DorchMin Q DMLP 1.30e 7.8 17 17.85 13.90 28 16.75 226 17.25 16.10 +.65 +10.2 DorianLPG N LPG 10.35 6.20 250 7.67 1530 7.75 7.42 +.18 -6.7 Dorman Q DORM 22 88.50 60.93 140 67.39 693 69.04 64.56 +1.18 +10.2 DoubIncSol N DSL 1.80a 8.9 21.56 19.56 248 20.33 1453 20.33 20.00 +.25 +.7 DblLOppCr N DBL 2.00a 9.4 26.09 21.15 53 21.38 390 21.90 21.35 -.21 -3.7 DougDyn N PLOW .96 2.2 32 47.40 28.55 69 43.60 510 45.00 42.00 +.25 +15.3 DEmmett N DEI 1.00 2.8 23 41.59 34.72 755 35.80 4874 36.72 35.48 -.96 -12.8 DovaPh n Q DOVA 37.00 16.98 440 28.31 908 30.23 25.55 +1.19 -1.7 Dover N DOV 1.88 2.0 24 109.06 76.47 1789 93.19 7515 98.63 92.28 -5.03 -7.7 DoverDG N DDE 1.79 .92 4 1.27 33 1.35 1.26 -.06 +24.5 DoverMot N DVD .08f 3.9 9 2.45 1.80 8 2.05 35 2.15 2.05 -.05 +5.1 DowDuPnt N DWDP .84e 1.3 20 77.08 59.29 11313 63.71 56300 65.61 61.27 -10.5 DrPepSnap N DPS 2.32 2.0 26 126.65 83.23 894 118.60 5382 119.20 117.68 +.22 +22.2 DragVic n Q LYL 14.99 3.09 1 3.76 34 3.87 3.40 +.32 -13.8 Dry Gl24 n N DCF .22f 2.3 10.05 9.25 20 9.37 112 9.38 9.28 +.04 -.3 DryHYSt N DHF .35 10.9 3.60 3.14 135 3.19 674 3.20 3.15 -4.5 DrMuBdInf N DMB .75 6.0 13.54 12.10 51 12.48 343 12.50 12.24 +.19 -4.0 DryfMu A DMF .54 6.7 10.00 7.93 20 8.09 190 8.10 7.99 +.01 -9.0 DryStrt N LEO .52 6.7 9.18 7.53 59 7.68 488 7.73 7.62 -.03 -11.1 DrySM N DSM .50 6.5 8.85 7.43 59 7.65 407 7.66 7.54 +.04 -10.5 Dril-Quip N DRQ 56.55 35.85 494 44.05 2481 45.90 42.55 -.75 -7.7 DriveShack N DS .48 9.8 13 6.49 2.41 376 4.91 1637 5.03 4.55 +.13 -11.2 DriveS pfB N DSpB 2.44 9.7 26.49 24.67 1 25.27 5 25.56 25.27 -.27 -1.7 DriveS pfC N DSpC 2.01 8.2 26.08 23.36 3 24.61 6 24.99 24.51 -.64 -2.0 DriveS pfD N DSpD 2.09 8.4 25.84 24.25 24.96 6 25.05 24.53 +.10 -1.9 DropCar rs Q DCAR 13.52 1.85 169 2.11 946 2.20 2.00 +.03 -48.3 Dropbox n Q DBX 34.37 27.75 1625 30.24 17478 31.76 29.31 -1.01 +6.2 DryShips s Q DRYS .15e 1 1401.40 .98 498 3.41 3756 3.71 3.40 -.25 -3.4 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.1 96.65 82.01 2 86.25 4 87.47 85.22 +.21 -6.7 Ducomun N DCO 17 35.58 25.06 41 29.48 220 30.58 29.14 -.90 +3.6 Df&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 10.3 17.29 13.50 98 13.55 626 14.04 13.55 -.42 -12.7 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.0 9.38 8.40 43 8.58 217 8.63 8.55 -3.1 DukeEngy N DUK 3.56 4.6 17 91.78 72.93 3404 78.16 18092 78.90 76.57 +.69 -7.1 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.1 26.60 23.71 22 25.28 97 25.49 25.18 -.16 -.3 DukeRlty N DRE .80 3.1 20 30.14 24.30 1925 25.68 10671 26.55 25.55 -.80 -5.6 DuluthH n Q DLTH 26 22.89 15.13 268 19.44 1282 20.50 18.38 +.71 +8.9 DunBrad N DNB 2.09f 1.8 17 130.95 101.17 201 115.56 1737 118.62 113.79 -1.44 -2.4 Dunkin Q DNKN 1.39f 2.3 25 68.45 50.89 714 59.69 4989 60.79 57.33 -7.4sDurectCp Q DRRX 2.41 .75 765 2.36 5168 2.41 2.11 +.22 +156.0 Dycom N DY 21 123.99 73.95 404 105.59 1517 109.61 103.49 -2.04 -5.2 Dynagas N DLNG 1.69 15.9 17.93 9.80 84 10.66 711 10.86 10.02 +.66 -1.8 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.5 26.98 25.30 5 26.55 12 26.55 26.27 +.07 +2.0 Dynasil Q DYSL 9 2.06 1.09 40 1.36 308 1.54 1.27 +.06 +15.3 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.75 2.10 1 2.91 9 3.00 2.85 -.09 +1.0 DynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 5.00 1252 18.55 7321 20.60 17.75 -1.30 -.8 Dynegy N DYN 8 13.92 5.84 22153 12.81 39545 13.66 12.76 -.71 +8.1 DynexCap N DX .72 11.1 15 7.41 6.02 245 6.47 1709 6.52 6.29 +.02 -7.7 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.4 26.00 25.04 12 25.28 25 25.45 25.28 -.04 -.9 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 8.0 25.16 23.25 2 23.96 31 24.05 23.82 -.09 -3.3E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 9.2 23.76 18.72 16 19.97 78 20.14 19.14 +.18 -3.8 ETrMLPSht N MLPS 15.50 10.92 0 13.94 2 14.00 13.94 +.06 +12.7tETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 9.1 27.03 19.00 1 20.38 6 20.78 19.00 -.32 -15.4 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 9.0 29.16 20.31 277 21.00 3554 21.46 20.47 -.13 -13.2 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 16.67 14.33 2 15.86 11 15.97 14.60 -.15 -1.1 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 9.6 20.85 14.59 70 15.08 795 15.37 14.69 -12.9 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 23.3 21.60 13.13 111 15.13 850 15.29 14.50 +.41 -8.0 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.00 11.97 10 15.22 315 15.40 15.10 -.18 -1.1 ETrLPlat N PTM 10.88 9.00 1 9.44 4 9.76 9.36 -.26 -3.0 E-Trade Q ETFC 26 58.49 33.06 1993 55.24 15599 57.55 53.48 -.17 +11.4 eBay s Q EBAY 19 46.99 31.89 5974 39.09 46957 40.34 38.90 -1.15 +3.6 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.7 27.47 25.00 44 26.17 149 26.34 26.12 -.17 -2.9tECA MTrI N ECT .33e 21.0 4 2.55 1.45 34 1.55 436 1.88 1.45 -.19 -27.9 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 3.85 2.07 4 2.27 209 2.45 2.22 -.05 -21.0 eHealth Q EHTH 28.59 10.41 92 15.38 829 16.48 14.17 +1.07 -11.5 ELF Inc n N ELF 29.30 17.76 270 20.03 1231 20.49 19.04 +.66 -10.2 EMC Inc s Q EMCI .88f 3.3 15 32.19 25.70 14 26.64 79 27.23 26.53 -.44 -7.1 EMCOR N EME .32 .4 23 85.08 60.30 425 76.84 2452 78.83 74.97 -1.09 -6.0 EMX Roy g A EMX 1.04 .67 50 .84 165 .90 .84 -.04 +1.1 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 2.15 8 2.35 21 2.64 2.33 -.25 -51.7 ENGlobal Q ENG 3 1.92 .73 5 .82 100 .85 .75 -.02 -6.3 ENI N E 1.29e 3.5 37.48 29.44 138 36.47 754 36.75 34.50 +1.14 +9.9 EOG Rescs N EOG .67 .7 119.00 81.99 6474 101.93 24467 105.38 98.80 -3.34 -5.5 EP Energy N EPE 5.27 1.27 1634 1.35 3949 1.50 1.28 +.01 -42.8 EPAM Sys N EPAM 125.88 73.86 167 111.01 1176 114.88 110.20 -3.51 +3.3 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 6.8 15 76.90 51.87 696 56.40 3341 56.82 53.88 +1.00 -13.8 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.9 29.95 23.38 1 24.33 79 24.33 23.81 +.02 -9.6 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.5 37.59 33.65 34.39 5 34.82 33.94 -.47 -6.7tEPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.5 25.23 21.80 20 22.10 79 22.65 21.80 -.46 -11.7 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .3 67.84 43.70 2813 46.90 12384 49.06 45.19 -.61 -17.6 EQT GP n N EQGP .81e 3.6 12 31.77 21.05 56 22.50 403 23.67 21.93 -.58 -16.4 EQT Mid N EQM 4.10f 7.2 11 79.53 55.40 389 57.25 1534 59.63 56.67 -1.78 -21.7 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.4 22 16.80 14.16 61 14.75 88 14.94 14.18 +.08 -5.9 ETF SITRis N RISE 24.71 22.59 0 24.39 11 24.46 24.32 -.04 +2.6 ETF JrSil N SILJ 14.02 9.79 15 10.67 145 10.89 10.49 +.06 -6.0 ETF Cyber N HACK 36.39 28.38 257 34.81 1539 35.55 33.75 +.54 +10.0 ETF MobP N IPAY 38.58 27.33 22 35.44 209 36.47 35.01 -.89 +1.6tETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 26.02 179 27.43 1731 29.50 26.02 -2.09 -6.2 ETF M Vid N GAMR 51.93 33.56 7 47.19 61 48.98 46.85 -1.39 -1.5tETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 33.54 4 33.86 35 34.66 33.54 -.80 -9.4 ETF AIPw n N AIEQ 28.00 24.03 36 25.70 236 26.28 25.19 -.36 -.7 ETF MgT ef N WSKY 35.50 31.34 2 33.24 12 33.74 32.35 +.43 -2.8 BlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 33.90 30.11 11 31.68 56 32.32 31.33 -.49 +.2 ETF Clim N ETHO 37.25 28.83 2 33.91 10 34.85 33.32 -.39 -.2 ETFAlpAlt N ALFA 47.05 37.49 1 41.89 34 43.02 41.81 -1.57 -2.1tChngFnDvr N CHGX 20.37 18.02 0 18.57 4 18.99 18.02 -.13 -.9 ETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 8 25.76 29 26.20 25.23 -.21 -1.5 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 26 26.34 62 27.00 25.96 -.29 -2.9 ETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 24.92 4 26.82 21 27.47 26.32 -.36 -3.9tNtDUSEq ef N MXDU 28.40 25.93 2 26.50 11 26.53 25.93 +.13 -6.6 NtRkBsInt ef N RBIN 27.45 25.53 21 26.28 59 26.29 25.89 +.02 -4.3 RsBsUSE ef N RBUS 27.19 24.83 25.45 26 25.45 25.40 -.73 -6.4 ETF RvCp n N RVRS 16.76 14.84 16 15.36 73 15.82 15.14 -.20 -3.4 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 15.61 8 15.61 14.95 +.26 -1.7 ETFDeepV N DVP .66e 2.0 36.90 26.70 4 33.42 139 34.26 32.63 -.41 +1.9 GlGoGld n N GOAU 14.13 11.39 10 12.51 92 12.75 12.25 -.20 -3.8 ETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.44 2 26.52 6 26.55 26.14 +.04 -.9 ETF Seren N ICAN 28.54 25.35 0 26.79 5 27.04 26.20 +.01 -1.3 PremisCap N TCTL 31.57 26.72 3 29.43 5 29.62 29.04 +.08 -1.8 AptBehMo N BEMO 33.49 25.71 10 31.21 36 32.00 30.71 -.53 +2.9 EtfAlphacln N ALFI 26.95 21.14 25.10 6 25.10 24.40 +.08 +.6 EtfLonCanc Q CNCR 32.32 21.09 72 26.65 219 28.92 26.38 -2.40 +12.1 EtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.10 23.22 0 24.76 4 25.33 24.73 -.29 -5.1 EtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 27.65 4 31.76 86 32.50 30.78 -.43 -2.5 EtfDiaHVal N DHVW .99e 3.2 33.86 30.05 6 30.90 30 31.62 30.29 -.38 -7.5 EtfValidea Q VALX 30.40 26.00 0 28.97 3 29.52 28.41 -.19 -.1 EtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 30.4 10.75 6.55 866 6.84 5466 7.02 6.64 -20.6 ETF BioPr n N BBP 45.18 37.33 0 40.30 18 41.00 39.50 -.98 -.6 ETF ClinT n N BBC 36.25 25.88 31 29.53 129 31.91 29.21 -3.26 +3.9 InfrCpPfd N PFFR 25.13 23.61 1 24.26 20 24.41 24.18 +.04 -3.1 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT 1.13e 4.6 25.95 24.50 21 24.76 130 24.83 24.70 -.01 -1.9 Etf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 24.58 2 26.06 2 26.08 26.03 -.18 -.5 IsectPsGr ef Q PMPT 28.26 24.01 0 26.03 2 26.29 25.83 -.28 -4.4 ETF Virt n N CUMB 26.08 24.57 2 24.71 10 24.94 24.63 -.01 -3.0 ETF PrMtl N GLTR 68.06 59.21 26 64.17 120 65.07 63.77 -.11 -1.3 ETFS Com N BCI 25.79 18.58 21 24.19 169 24.43 23.86 -.15 -1.2 ETFS Comd N BCD 27.00 23.25 101 26.07 105 26.17 25.80 +.08 +1.2 ETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 117.19 27 128.94 250 130.08 127.93 +.63 +2.2 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 71.96 65 85.85 198 90.42 85.43 -4.68 -15.5 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 83.35 59 87.15 230 89.03 86.42 -1.50 -1.5 EV Engy Q EVEP 1.68 .13 1296 .17 13613 .23 .16 -.02 -66.9 EXFO g Q EXFO 5.40 3.73 3 4.05 21 4.20 4.05 -.15 -6.9 EagleBncp Q EGBN 18 69.80 46.20 117 59.00 680 60.35 57.70 -.85 +1.9 EagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.7 16 21.95 17.35 6 20.70 24 20.90 20.25 -.05 -1.2 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 5.75 4.18 172 4.79 1192 5.02 4.57 -.16 +6.9 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 7.11 4 7.66 30 7.66 7.27 +.02 -3.5 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.7 17.58 14.83 16 15.04 98 15.21 14.95 +.01 -9.3 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 24 122.49 86.51 495 99.65 2680 103.29 97.49 -3.40 -12.0 EaglePhm Q EGRX 16 97.15 45.05 147 52.00 1004 53.73 50.23 -.69 -2.7 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.2 22.11 17.28 90 18.95 380 18.99 18.13 +.81 +.7 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.36 25.30 1 25.65 8 25.72 25.36 -.04 -.7 EaglePt 20 N ECCZ 1.75 6.9 26.00 24.70 26 25.20 47 25.36 25.17 -.06 +.2 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.3 26.60 25.50 5 26.47 16 26.50 25.95 +.48 +.6 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.50 24.80 0 25.20 6 25.34 24.99 +.05 -.8 Earthstone N ESTE 14.95 7.85 115 9.35 667 10.18 9.13 -.77 -12.0 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .80 1.3 19 69.25 48.76 1093 60.41 4861 63.01 59.18 -2.13 -.7 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 10.30 9.25 1 10.20 203 10.20 10.18 +1.0 EastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.2 30 22.32 19.03 1010 20.16 2567 20.54 20.07 -.24 -5.5 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.5 40 31.50 21.06 53 29.10 124 29.70 27.50 +.60 +11.3 Eastgrp N EGP 2.56 3.1 25 95.03 76.07 109 81.52 968 82.94 80.14 -1.14 -7.8 EastChem N EMN 2.24 2.2 14 112.45 76.11 951 102.85 6118 105.82 99.22 -2.73 +11.0 EKodak N KODK 9 13.28 2.95 447 5.00 2341 5.35 4.80 -.35 +61.3 EastsDist n Q EAST 7.75 3.35 8 7.22 125 7.43 6.51 +.22 +79.1 Eaton N ETN 2.64f 3.5 17 89.85 69.82 4000 75.97 16621 79.63 75.66 -3.94 -3.8 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.09 9.08 61 9.40 233 9.43 9.25 +.08 +1.7 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.1 10.52 9.34 21 9.91 135 9.96 9.87 +.03 -.9 EV CAMu A EVM .68 6.6 12.89 10.19 39 10.34 278 10.35 10.23 +.08 -10.1tEVCAMu2 A EIA .62 5.8 13.00 10.56 26 10.66 115 10.74 10.56 -.03 -7.3 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.2 13.01 11.25 11 11.43 127 11.50 11.30 +.06 -6.0 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.3 21 60.95 42.20 623 54.35 3649 56.26 53.25 -1.32 -3.6 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 7.3 15.15 12.94 226 14.19 1043 14.44 13.57 +.23 -2.2 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.7 16.85 13.62 151 15.75 772 16.20 15.32 -.01 +3.5 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.1 15.33 14.03 432 15.04 907 15.08 14.84 +.09 +5.0 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 6.8 17.55 15.93 16 16.68 176 16.84 16.42 -.02 +2.3 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.3 14.29 12.91 228 13.06 1115 13.10 12.97 +.04 -4.3 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 16.00 12.49 1 12.67 5 12.67 12.60 +.07 -4.1tEVMAMu A MMV .69 5.5 14.21 12.36 10 12.48 11 12.50 12.32 +.04 -4.8 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.5 14.39 12.69 3 12.79 8 12.90 12.79 -.21 -5.0 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.8 14.52 12.10 2 12.25 17 12.25 12.13 +.01 -4.5 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.99 11.63 72 11.85 467 11.91 11.76 +.03 -5.3 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.9 12.95 11.47 41 11.75 173 11.87 11.63 +.08 -4.5 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.5 21.20 18.82 34 19.05 128 19.11 18.90 +.10 -8.1 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.2 13.13 11.39 119 11.85 500 11.89 11.55 +.14 -4.4tEV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 5.0 23.54 20.51 35 20.77 148 20.84 20.51 +.10 -7.8 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.4 13.52 11.51 4 11.79 46 11.84 11.60 +.07 -5.1 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.5 12.95 10.99 9 11.22 56 11.26 11.07 +.05 -4.4 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.4 13.64 10.63 7 10.73 32 10.76 10.63 +.01 -7.2 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.4 13.34 11.12 41 11.26 146 11.54 11.24 -.24 -8.7 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 12.01 9 12.22 27 12.28 12.13 +.11 -3.9tEV OHMu A EIO .70 6.0 14.70 11.57 3 11.64 28 11.77 11.57 -.03 -8.3 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.8 14.11 12.10 6 12.50 27 12.56 12.34 +.06 -4.1 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.5 13.51 11.62 3 11.86 14 11.87 11.71 +.14 -4.7tEVPAMu A EVP .73 6.3 12.66 11.42 5 11.47 13 11.55 11.42 -.04 -5.9 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 12.5 9.92 8.74 209 8.96 1313 9.07 8.82 -.03 -7.0 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.4 15.06 14.01 111 14.75 509 14.83 14.70 -.03 +2.1 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.2 6.90 6.31 88 6.80 774 6.87 6.74 -.01 +4.3 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.0 14.64 13.32 23 13.52 188 13.66 13.48 -.12 -5.8 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 12.0 11.98 9.17 19 9.64 110 9.81 9.46 +.04 -6.0 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.9 24.43 21.01 121 21.97 644 22.28 21.54 +.07 -5.6 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.4 18.45 15.63 155 16.69 880 16.96 16.32 -.02 -3.7 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.6 26.83 22.60 43 25.10 244 25.67 24.76 +.09 -1.2 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.7 12.57 10.17 423 11.60 1826 11.84 11.37 +.03 -4.8 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.8 9.84 8.02 902 9.02 4239 9.19 8.88 -.10 -3.8 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.3 17.27 15.28 30 15.68 314 15.92 15.30 +.09 -6.3 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 10.2 12.74 10.95 380 11.52 1417 11.72 11.32 -.03 -3.4 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.9 15.69 14.19 203 14.93 1333 15.04 14.52 +.04 -2.9 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 24 87.50 52.40 174 74.05 1189 76.90 72.20 -.45 -6.6tEchelon rs Q ELON 7.20 4.26 77 4.10 118 4.59 4.10 -.49 -26.0 EchoGLog Q ECHO 32.95 13.00 302 28.00 1966 29.40 26.85 +.40 tEchoStar Q SATS 13 62.50 51.70 276 53.71 2661 55.50 51.70 +.94 -10.3 EclipseRs N ECR 18 3.10 1.25 1253 1.29 5807 1.45 1.25 -.15 -46.3 Eco-StimE Q ESES 1.97 .86 20 .00 297 1.03 .88 +.05 -20.8sEcolab N ECL 1.64 1.2 30 141.87 124.46 1790 139.78 7822 141.99 132.79 +2.71 +4.2 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.5 13.06 10.00 4 11.30 27 11.65 11.25 -.33 +7.6 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .8 20.55 8.60 1269 19.36 6803 20.02 19.07 +.03 +32.3 Edenor N EDN 63.29 28.88 22 57.23 105 58.76 56.30 -.30 +15.2tEdgeTher n Q EDGE 17.77 .95 2272 1.08 17954 1.18 .95 -.10 -88.5 tEdgewater Q EDGW 7.67 5.25 86 5.49 296 5.70 5.25 -.06 -12.0 Edgewell N EPC 12 78.04 46.04 455 47.83 3172 49.33 46.72 -.99 -19.5 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42f 3.8 14 83.38 57.63 2366 63.38 10002 64.11 62.09 -.28 +.2 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 13.12 1045 31.94 5198 34.57 31.17 -1.21 +3.9 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 4.7 25 40.95 30.07 690 32.92 2262 33.47 32.21 +.17 -5.7 EducDevel Q EDUC .36 1.5 42 27.93 6.65 24 24.50 234 26.46 22.15 -.65 +29.3 EdwLfSci s N EW 43 143.22 92.90 1768 137.51 8336 142.31 133.45 -2.01 +22.0 eGain Q EGAN 8.50 1.30 139 8.05 737 8.23 7.35 +.10 +53.3 EgaletCp Q EGLT 5.10 .55 336 .62 2222 .68 .56 -.01 -38.5seHiCarSvc N EHIC 13.43 8.89 1570 13.25 2273 13.43 12.19 +.80 +14.5 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 16.20 6.10 64 9.10 319 10.55 9.10 -.75 -34.8 8x8 Inc N EGHT 20.25 10.30 426 18.55 2448 19.05 17.85 -.10 +31.6 8Point3E n Q CAFD 1.12 9.3 13 15.92 11.51 114 11.99 481 12.11 11.80 +.12 -21.2 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 .99 241 1.46 1571 1.64 1.41 -.12 -31.5 ElPasoEl N EE 1.34 2.7 21 61.15 48.05 177 50.35 1124 51.30 49.60 -.65 -9.0 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 5.1 51.33 45.41 1 47.07 3 47.48 47.04 -.18 -3.4 ElPolLoc h Q LOCO 43 14.85 9.05 202 9.60 1612 9.90 9.20 +.10 -3.0 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.59 2.12 1 2.70 143 2.75 2.30 -.10 -4.9 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.5 19 153.13 112.81 43 116.64 269 122.52 113.59 -4.93 -12.5 EldorGld g N EGO .02e 10 3.78 .80 14071 .98 71199 1.02 .82 +.14 -31.7 EldorRsts Q ERI 45 38.45 17.30 501 34.40 3560 35.90 31.80 +1.40 +3.8 ElectSci Q ESIO 31 27.72 6.17 457 18.44 3578 19.61 16.90 -.89 -14.0 ElectroSen Q ELSE 12 5.24 2.96 4 3.92 16 4.15 3.91 -.20 -3.2 Electrmed A ELMD 21 7.96 4.12 3 5.41 18 5.53 5.35 +.05 -10.9 ElectArts Q EA 26 131.13 87.94 2456 118.36 15058 122.78 116.28 -2.88 +12.7 EFII lf Q EFII 51.15 25.28 488 27.00 2543 27.80 26.28 -.33 -8.6 ElevCr n N ELVT 9.48 5.90 90 7.48 511 7.55 6.92 +.40 -.7 ElevenBio Q EBIO 2.54 .62 4566 1.50 29848 1.55 1.00 +.45 +85.0 EliLilly N LLY 2.25f 2.9 25 89.09 73.69 4013 76.85 21126 78.85 75.40 -.52 -9.0 Elk HiQPfd N EPRF 25.00 22.14 2 23.20 10 23.50 23.20 -.19 -2.3 Elkh LoVl n N LVHB 34.44 29.54 179 31.03 386 31.69 30.35 -.78 -4.2 ElkCmRt ef Q DWAC 26.45 23.37 25.63 12 25.63 25.33 +.12 +.2 ElkFdCm ef A RCOM 30.34 22.87 0 28.36 3 28.39 28.11 +.06 +1.0 EllieMae N ELLI 64 114.95 79.71 401 92.82 2164 95.41 90.69 +.88 +3.8 EllingtnF N EFC 1.76 11.9 11 17.00 14.12 67 14.73 183 14.96 14.68 -.08 +1.5 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 13.4 8 15.74 10.23 68 11.03 604 11.27 10.67 +.07 -8.4 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.8 9.88 8.58 25 9.04 193 9.18 8.95 -.11 -3.9 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.4 26.20 23.57 8 24.15 44 24.60 24.09 -.23 -3.9 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92 4.5 17 21.75 18.90 1 20.50 16 20.75 20.30 +.2 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 5 3.81 157 4.19 3.50 +.18 -6.6 eMagin A EMAN 3.00 1.23 20 1.50 252 1.60 1.45 +.05 -9.1 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 2.6 28.25 21.51 7 26.00 8 26.01 24.91 +.50 -1.9 EAndinB N AKO/B .74e 2.5 31.07 22.99 39 29.93 84 30.69 28.48 +.69 +2.2 Embraer N ERJ .13e .5 28.55 17.58 875 25.65 3655 26.27 24.93 -.35 +7.2 EmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12f 3.3 17 33.98 26.50 0 33.50 3 33.50 31.13 +.09 +10.4 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 24 12.20 4.90 186 5.60 679 5.85 5.40 -.10 -13.2 EmerExp n N EEX .28 1.4 24.56 18.19 194 19.67 744 20.05 18.86 +.19 -3.3 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 15.05 5.65 288 6.72 1708 7.12 5.80 +.57 -6.5 EmergBio N EBS 29 54.87 28.04 212 51.41 1688 53.21 50.22 -1.24 +10.6 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.9 25 74.45 56.77 4469 66.31 20195 68.77 65.14 -1.99 -4.9 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 7 1.45 47 1.46 1.41 -.01 -.7 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 4.80 2.14 2 4.56 95 4.66 4.20 -.05 +29.5 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 15.88 32 20.60 128 21.95 16.30 +3.35 -23.7 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.1 21.74 15.17 8 16.55 204 17.09 16.34 -.22 -20.0 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.1 21.50 15.28 32 16.55 68 16.71 16.42 -.05 -18.8 EmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.1 21.44 16.31 1 16.55 15 16.75 16.39 -.11 -18.9 EmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.1 42 21.72 16.26 664 16.56 4003 16.90 16.41 -.23 -19.3 EmployH N EIG .80f 2.0 14 50.45 36.50 77 40.90 731 42.00 39.25 +.45 -7.9 EElChile N EOCC 1.07e 4.4 29.41 21.65 120 24.56 894 24.83 23.70 +.77 -8.7 EnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 11.9 18.97 12.75 583 13.14 3168 13.83 12.94 -.52 -14.5 EnableMid N ENBL 1.27 9.4 15 17.05 12.89 198 13.50 995 14.01 13.36 -.22 -5.1 EnantaPh Q ENTA 93 95.91 29.05 149 81.85 919 85.99 78.89 +.94 +39.5 EnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 18.81 8.51 560 9.18 3847 9.42 8.73 +.04 -31.4 EnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 14.3 11 19.47 9.05 991 9.81 6560 10.07 9.29 +.17 -29.0 Enbridge N ENB 2.68 42.92 29.54 2745 31.23 19236 31.80 29.61 -.24 -20.1 EnCana g N ECA .06 .5 19 14.31 8.01 5990 10.92 40417 11.24 10.28 -.08 -18.1sEncompHlth N EHC 1.00 1.7 21 59.70 42.21 526 57.58 3698 59.70 55.40 +.41 +16.5 EncoreCap Q ECPG 13 52.00 29.80 204 44.60 934 45.50 44.10 -.60 +5.9 EncorW Q WIRE .08 .1 17 58.70 37.30 54 54.95 381 56.53 54.35 -1.73 +12.9 EndvSilv g N EXK 40 3.53 1.94 597 2.42 4000 2.55 2.37 -.01 +1.3tEndo Intl Q ENDP 14.15 5.27 4200 5.49 26260 5.94 5.27 -.45 -29.2 Endocyte Q ECYT 11.54 1.17 707 8.30 5650 9.13 8.05 -.79 +93.9 Endologix Q ELGX 7.66 3.75 250 4.22 2196 4.42 4.02 -.01 -21.1 EndurIntl Q EIGI 9.50 6.20 514 7.25 2048 7.50 7.08 -.15 -13.7 EnduroRT N NDRO 1.55e 44.3 9 3.65 2.18 58 3.50 203 3.55 3.35 -.05 +11.1sEnergen N EGN .08 .1 22 63.81 46.16 786 61.19 4206 63.81 60.00 -1.67 +6.3 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 2.0 20 64.00 40.64 620 58.53 4437 60.05 54.76 -1.05 +22.0 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 623 15.82 3229 16.17 13.90 -.21 -18.7 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.52 1.51 12 2.19 73 2.56 2.15 -.36 -10.6 EnFuel grs A UUUU 2.29 1.30 147 1.88 2362 1.93 1.66 +.14 +5.0 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.13 214 8.27 1258 8.48 7.94 +.05 -5.5 EgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22f 8.6 17 19.50 12.80 1641 14.19 32371 14.48 13.73 -.02 -17.8 EngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 13.7 16 24.51 15.06 3812 16.54 34211 16.87 15.82 +.32 -7.7 EnrgXXi hn Q EGC 30.30 3.41 261 3.71 1535 4.10 3.45 -.13 -35.4 Enerpls g N ERF .12e 1.1 14 12.26 6.52 1838 11.02 5543 11.58 10.75 -.24 +12.6 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 1.8 12.11 9.07 992 11.86 4215 11.93 11.51 +.24 +6.2 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 3.5 6.55 5.03 532 6.21 2740 6.40 6.16 -.19 +9.3 EnerSys N ENS .70 1.1 23 84.74 61.33 207 66.49 934 69.59 65.93 -2.88 -4.5 Engility N EGL 35.63 21.19 139 23.77 729 24.89 23.32 -.63 -16.2tEnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.04f 7.4 12 20.00 13.80 506 14.10 2940 14.90 13.80 -.55 -19.9 Ennis Inc N EBF .80 4.0 15 21.50 15.20 73 19.80 384 20.25 19.00 +.10 -4.6 EnovaIntl N ENVA 17 23.65 11.15 157 22.10 1005 22.85 21.35 +.05 +45.4 Enphase Q ENPH 5.58 .65 1583 4.14 9761 4.65 3.81 -.43 +71.8 EnPro N NPO .88 1.1 43 94.79 63.62 260 76.71 925 78.27 74.73 -.67 -18.0 ENSCO N ESV .04 .9 9.50 4.10 5798 4.62 42607 4.84 4.18 +.23 -21.8 Enservco A ENSV 1.20 .21 40 .90 404 .95 .85 -.01 +39.3 EnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .7 32 29.24 16.50 184 27.09 1114 27.64 25.80 +.79 +22.0 EnstarGp Q ESGR 13 237.30 180.50 47 212.00 204 213.90 205.65 +1.75 +5.6 EnSync A ESNC .80 .31 256 .38 1245 .41 .34 -4.8 EntegraFn Q ENFC 32 30.70 22.00 6 28.75 43 29.55 28.35 -.25 -1.7 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 34 38.25 21.78 835 33.70 4431 35.33 32.90 -1.10 +10.7 Entercom N ETM .36 3.7 12 13.95 9.25 1397 9.70 8865 9.80 9.25 +.05 -10.2 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.1 25.29 22.82 19 24.04 99 24.25 23.96 -.07 -4.3 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 4.9 25.60 22.51 4 24.06 19 24.34 23.67 -.19 -3.5 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.1 25.45 23.26 5 24.18 17 24.38 24.15 -.16 -4.1 Entergy N ETR 3.56f 4.5 35 87.85 71.95 1036 78.98 6200 80.04 77.89 +.20 -3.0 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.1 25.17 22.67 7 23.88 72 24.28 23.85 -.22 -3.8 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.3 25.75 23.76 1 24.75 23 25.18 24.70 -.25 -1.4 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 5.0 25.72 22.61 11 23.72 26 23.95 23.60 -.14 -4.4 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 22.66 9 24.09 40 24.54 24.06 -.39 -4.2 EntgyNO n N ENO 26.99 24.25 9 25.16 43 25.54 25.00 -.09 -1.8 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.1 25.90 23.17 1 24.55 7 24.76 24.54 -.13 -1.7 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.6 27.67 25.02 4 25.28 20 25.47 25.20 -.10 -4.7 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58f 1.7 19 38.25 29.02 5 34.82 66 35.92 34.30 -.47 +2.3 EntFinSv Q EFSC .44 .9 19 49.97 36.65 97 46.80 529 48.25 45.85 -.10 +3.7 EntProdPt N EPD 1.70f 7.0 19 29.51 23.10 4424 24.22 41900 24.97 23.78 -.26 -8.6 Entravisn N EVC .20 4.1 49 7.90 4.35 749 4.90 3967 5.10 4.45 +.20 -31.5 EntrResc A EGI .69 .21 59 .38 449 .40 .34 +.01 -37.3 Envestnet N ENV 44 60.28 33.30 117 53.90 1527 57.85 52.35 -3.40 +8.1 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 72 43.10 18.90 69 35.10 184 40.25 34.55 -4.15 -12.3 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 64.00 23.79 2067 37.79 9871 39.38 37.50 -.64 +9.3 Enviva n N EVA 2.46f 8.8 31.95 25.01 50 27.80 174 27.95 26.95 +.40 +.5 EnzoBio N ENZ 12.04 5.35 194 6.02 1164 6.09 5.37 +.54 -26.1 Epizyme Q EPZM 21.40 9.30 514 14.85 2039 17.90 14.70 -2.90 +18.3 ePlus s Q PLUS 20 97.75 63.76 100 76.15 504 78.30 74.50 -1.55 +1.3 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.3 20 147.02 89.59 853 117.58 4921 119.88 113.62 -.23 -.3 Equinix Q EQIX 8.00 2.0 495.35 370.79 519 407.04 2536 419.81 403.70 -11.10 -10.2 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 9.90 0 10.45 3 10.51 10.45 -.05 -4.1 EqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 29 40.77 29.13 73 39.44 391 40.29 36.57 +.28 +11.4 EquityCmw N EQC 31 32.51 27.96 532 30.32 3175 30.72 30.11 -.35 -.6 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.2 27.24 25.34 2 26.12 39 26.22 25.91 +.13 -.8 EqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20f 2.5 27 91.94 78.85 266 86.99 2154 87.99 86.01 -.78 -2.3 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.4 20 70.46 54.97 2492 63.05 17537 63.71 60.50 +1.43 -1.1 EquusTR N EQS 30 3.00 2.16 2 2.40 13 2.43 2.33 +.02 EraGroup N ERA 9 13.83 8.00 69 9.57 332 9.91 9.09 +.22 -11.0 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 2.1 7.47 5.52 2296 6.21 15480 6.30 6.00 -.06 -7.0 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.9 30 129.73 106.63 26 114.41 166 118.43 113.09 -2.39 -6.1 ErinEn rs A ERN 4.00 1.15 19 3.60 142 3.75 3.40 -.05 +30.9 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 303 10.80 2313 11.10 9.85 -.10 +11.9 ErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 17.50 1 20.44 5 21.07 20.31 -.56 -7.2 Escalade Q ESCA .50f 3.6 14 14.38 11.31 9 13.85 45 14.00 13.55 +.15 +12.6 EscoTech N ESE .32 .6 19 66.80 50.30 53 56.90 341 58.55 55.70 -1.57 -5.6 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 30.95 526 66.43 2557 73.15 65.53 -5.90 +.9 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.9 52 27.10 21.07 2 25.50 8 26.50 25.50 -.70 +6.4 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 25.92 14.51 32 24.11 104 24.98 24.11 -.29 +22.1 EssaPhm g Q EPIX 3.07 .13 26 .19 1046 .22 .18 -.01 -15.5 Essendant Q ESND .56 6.7 16 18.30 7.25 473 8.40 1630 8.60 7.39 +.60 -9.4 Essent N ESNT 11 50.08 34.08 878 42.07 2373 43.24 41.18 -.49 -3.1 EssexPT N ESS 7.00 2.9 29 270.04 214.03 475 242.38 1713 245.60 235.43 +1.70 +.4sEsteeLdr N EL 1.52f 1.0 50 152.02 84.05 1707 150.25 8536 153.14 146.55 +.53 +18.1 Esterline N ESL 16 102.70 67.15 244 71.00 1157 74.95 70.65 -2.15 -5.0 EstreAm n Q ESTR 11.01 8.39 9 9.63 28 9.99 9.32 -.36 +11.5 EtfSilver N SIVR 18.15 14.92 79 15.95 798 16.25 15.79 +.01 -3.5tEthanAl N ETH .76 3.3 15 33.13 22.03 506 22.75 1655 23.45 22.00 -.20 -20.5 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 21.6 19.50 12.50 164 15.33 819 15.44 14.78 +.11 -13.1 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.3 77.86 60.01 1 66.46 15 68.69 64.19 -1.42 -9.2 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 38.03 25.90 36.78 6 36.78 36.78 +1.30 +12.8 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.5 34.02 25.05 1 26.98 8 27.26 25.76 +.38 -16.2 Etr2xSPX N SPLX 73.35 35.85 1 51.27 21 53.26 49.93 -1.30 -5.5 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 18.1 18.98 15.40 115 15.93 802 16.12 15.80 -.02 -12.1 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 15.7 23.30 17.57 2 18.20 18 18.49 17.63 +.14 -9.9 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 13.3 19.00 13.17 12 14.32 56 15.10 14.10 -.41 -9.0 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 9.3 27.84 19.32 1 21.47 37 21.52 20.55 +.10 -18.3 UBS VlHdg N XIVH 82.84 11.86 3 13.20 23 13.64 13.16 +.05 -82.9 VelShSP46 N BSWN 24.95 9.02 2 12.95 5 14.04 12.46 +.76 -27.5 UBS VlVIX N LSVX 33.40 12.32 1 15.34 6 17.15 15.34 -1.66 -49.9 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 136.61 15 158.18 112 163.27 152.74 -3.53 -8.1 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 156.75 5 167.50 14 170.00 158.00 +2.10 -5.6tEtr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 59.00 31.45 1 32.22 13 33.35 31.45 -.38 -24.8 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 56.14 25.63 108 27.93 495 28.92 26.51 -.24 -25.9 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 19.3 28.41 13.65 3 14.94 5 15.18 14.70 +.24 -8.3 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.46 11.51 20 15.26 131 15.33 14.80 +.04 -13.8 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 18.3 24.18 14.27 52 16.68 121 16.91 15.57 +.59 -15.0 Etsy n Q ETSY 41 29.15 9.90 2877 27.63 11502 28.84 26.81 -.43 +35.1tEuroTech Q CLWT 5.65 2.00 12 2.25 161 2.60 2.00 -.25 -32.0 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 9.65 6.90 484 8.25 2036 8.40 8.00 +.05 -10.8tEuronet Q EEFT 16 101.07 70.67 1063 71.24 7225 79.11 70.67 -7.68 -15.5 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 8.28 7 9.56 44 9.67 9.40 -.11 -3.1 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.13 25 2.13 115 2.19 2.08 -.02 +25.1 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.0 22 47.08 35.10 10 45.25 59 46.05 44.40 +8.0 Ever-Glory Q EVK 8 3.90 1.96 16 3.65 69 3.90 3.45 -.25 +55.3 Everbrdg n Q EVBG 39.12 19.45 182 35.52 1081 37.00 34.76 -1.08 +19.5 Evercore N EVR 1.60f 1.8 20 103.05 66.80 773 88.45 3418 92.00 84.80 +1.25 -1.7 EverestRe N RE 5.00 2.0 28 277.17 208.81 249 254.25 1365 259.96 251.66 -2.57 +14.9 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 5.03 636 6.40 3863 6.74 6.08 -.17 -15.1 EversrceE N ES 2.02f 3.4 19 66.15 55.93 1766 59.65 11653 60.41 58.30 +.73 -5.6 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 25.39 6.40 43 7.39 301 7.97 6.94 -.16 -1.5 Evertec N EVTC .40 2.4 14 19.53 12.60 566 16.55 2599 16.80 15.85 +.20 +21.2 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.62 .89 388 .93 1120 1.03 .90 -.09 -33.6 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 1 6.44 23 6.95 6.01 +.09 +230.3 Evogene Q EVGN 5.75 2.66 1 2.85 61 3.20 2.75 -.33 -7.2 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 28 2.14 227 2.25 2.00 +.06 -5.3 EvolentH n N EVH 27.50 10.30 824 15.00 2940 15.40 13.61 +.75 +22.0tEvolus n Q EOLS 12.97 8.00 95 7.58 659 9.76 7.53 -1.45 -34.1 EvolPetrol A EPM .40f 5.1 16 8.70 6.35 68 7.90 280 8.10 7.75 -.15 +15.3tEvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 10.7 11 5.85 3.95 8 4.10 158 4.95 3.95 -.71 -12.8 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 20.40 250 21.59 2404 22.51 20.64 +.30 -8.9 ExOne Q XONE 14.43 6.72 80 7.04 495 7.44 6.85 -.24 -16.2 ExactSci h Q EXAS 63.60 22.18 2043 37.84 11481 41.45 37.36 -2.49 -28.0 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.4 20.00 18.26 42 18.39 257 18.43 18.28 -.01 -5.6 ExTrRobo Q ROBO .07e .2 46.20 31.22 251 40.46 2188 41.92 40.24 -1.36 -2.1 RxVlmxWk A VMAX 31.03 2.69 2 24.81 11 25.52 22.47 +.88 +102.7 Ber US Rs n N BERN 29.41 24.94 2 27.25 4 27.25 26.30 +.36 +1.4 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 6 26.00 61 26.28 25.36 +.06 -4.2 ETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 15.10 5 20.09 31 20.66 19.87 -.47 +5.5 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 155 2.53 1260 2.67 2.47 -.16 -92.7 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 27.80 99 38.22 726 39.56 37.30 -1.25 +.4 ExelaTch n Q XELA 10.03 4.37 40 5.83 641 5.87 5.28 +.30 +13.2 Exelixis Q EXEL 43 32.50 18.03 3133 21.09 19755 22.76 20.32 -1.06 -30.6 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.6 11 42.67 33.30 3464 38.63 29788 39.16 37.97 -.38 -2.0 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 40 64.34 45.05 90 55.22 617 57.00 54.01 -.55 -8.5 Expedia Q EXPE 1.20 1.1 43 161.00 98.52 1641 107.55 9495 111.19 105.12 -2.86 -10.2 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .84 1.4 23 67.63 51.96 907 61.59 7071 64.44 60.86 -1.71 -4.8 Exponent s Q EXPO 1.04f 1.3 39 81.15 56.95 67 79.40 409 80.88 76.35 +.75 +11.7 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 7 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 78

Express N EXPR 24 11.34 5.28 1521 7.56 8891 7.70 6.62 +.40 -25.5 ExpScripts Q ESRX 9 85.07 55.80 3172 67.88 20953 71.02 66.93 -1.20 -9.1 ExtendStay N STAY .84f 4.3 48 21.28 16.27 971 19.74 7829 19.94 19.23 -.03 +3.9 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 136 27.30 614 28.36 25.61 +.60 -13.2 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.12 3.6 21 88.56 71.34 598 86.82 4582 88.35 84.73 -.54 -.7tExtrOilGs n Q XOG 19.03 10.28 1968 10.72 10696 11.64 10.28 -.74 -25.1 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 6.83 1272 10.52 7521 11.09 10.05 -.55 -16.0tExxonMbl N XOM 3.08 4.1 16 89.30 72.16 14269 74.87 79288 76.32 72.16 +.26 -10.5 EyePtPh Q EYPT 2.45 .93 178 1.17 1132 1.25 1.11 -.05 +8.3 EyegatePh Q EYEG 2.53 .33 9508 .47 10107 .80 .33 +.09 -56.1 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 7.32 1 9.25 6 9.49 8.50 +.10 -6.8 Ezcorp Q EZPW 19 14.30 7.55 235 12.85 1564 13.25 12.70 -.35 +5.3F -:F5 Netwks Q FFIV 19 153.91 114.63 555 140.71 3508 144.87 138.67 -3.90 +7.2tFAT Br n Q FAT .12p 13.99 6.22 5 6.51 34 7.11 6.22 -.36 -27.0 FB Finl n N FBK 18 45.43 32.76 175 40.71 460 41.22 39.59 +.12 -3.0 FBL Fn N FFG 1.84f 2.6 16 79.70 59.75 27 70.05 117 70.95 66.45 +.70 +.6 FC GlbRlty Q FCRE 1.55 .70 4 .71 62 .84 .70 -.04 -22.0 FCB Fin N FCB 19 57.90 39.90 297 50.95 1167 52.30 49.55 -.15 +.3 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 4 11.02 21 11.10 11.00 -.11 FGL Hldg n N FG 12.25 8.65 961 9.87 10087 10.22 9.80 -.28 -2.0 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64f 1.3 30 52.88 33.95 850 50.19 5070 51.60 48.85 +.18 +7.7 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .8 15 98.70 69.93 2145 78.13 9975 80.01 73.70 +1.56 -17.5 FNB Bnc s Q FNBG .52 1.5 38.94 25.52 3 35.57 31 36.91 35.38 -1.22 -2.5 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.6 16 15.00 12.02 1997 13.17 11490 13.63 12.95 -.28 -4.7 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 3 28.74 34 29.03 28.36 -.08 -1.7tFNCB Bc n Q FNCB 9.95 8.79 0 9.25 19 9.25 8.79 +.01 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.77 18.31 0 19.52 15 19.55 19.26 +.14 +1.2 FTFQMom N MOM 26.00 21.20 0 25.32 6 25.37 25.04 -.04 +5.4 FTFQValu N CHEP 27.13 23.73 2 24.63 2 24.63 24.63 +.30 -5.6tFTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.9 25.86 23.49 4 23.26 4 23.30 23.25 -.25 -6.4 FqfOAsiaDv N OASI .43e 32.18 27.00 3 29.00 33 30.64 27.53 -.93 -3.3 FqfOEurDiv N OEUR .15e 26.90 23.07 10 24.73 53 24.87 23.95 +.13 -2.9 FQFO USDv N OUSA .20e 33.39 28.60 52 30.15 468 30.75 29.53 -.36 -5.5 FRP Hldgs Q FRPH 19 59.95 36.83 17 56.15 128 56.85 54.53 +.15 +26.9 FS Bncp Q FSBW .56f 1.0 13 59.81 36.05 16 55.60 71 55.97 52.95 +2.10 +1.9 FS Invest N FSIC .89 11.9 7 9.90 6.95 1110 7.50 7966 7.63 7.15 +.25 +2.0 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 14.21 0 16.85 5 17.40 16.85 -.33 -.9tFTD Cos Q FTD 20.73 3.46 569 5.10 2514 5.17 3.46 +1.46 -29.1 FTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 15.02 38 17.76 192 19.95 16.01 -2.02 +7.6 FTI Cnslt N FCN 21 50.81 31.65 253 49.29 1008 49.73 47.66 +.88 +14.7 Fabrinet N FN 10 47.02 24.02 429 30.61 1473 31.74 30.20 -.77 +6.7 Facebook Q FB 29 195.32 138.81 41397 157.20 214768 161.58 150.51 -2.59 -10.9 FactsetR N FDS 2.24 1.2 24 217.36 155.09 297 193.65 1787 199.70 192.13 -5.77 +.5 FairIsaac N FICO .08 45 179.58 125.88 104 164.23 746 169.54 162.58 -5.14 +7.2 FairmSant N FMSA 7.66 2.47 2022 4.56 8349 4.73 4.05 +.31 -12.8 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.38 49 7.40 169 7.45 6.95 +.30 +13.0 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 3.9 5.58 3.01 2350 5.14 9009 5.33 4.98 -7.9 Fanhua Q FANH .52e 2.0 44 33.81 7.31 211 25.77 1064 27.88 25.17 -1.25 +19.2 FarmerBrs Q FARM 37.35 28.75 73 29.90 419 30.50 28.85 -.30 -7.0 FarmMer s Q FMAO .52 1.3 17 44.00 24.00 2 39.44 24 41.28 39.44 -.93 -3.3 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 1.2 17 44.30 32.60 81 40.90 226 42.00 39.10 +.95 +6.2 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28f 2.0 17 15.95 12.65 31 13.95 168 14.50 13.56 +.10 -5.4 Farmland N FPI .51 6.2 75 11.15 7.15 133 8.22 1055 8.48 8.01 -.13 -5.3tFarmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.0 27.96 24.91 6 25.01 37 25.04 24.91 +.07 -2.9 FaroTech Q FARO 63.90 31.90 38 57.45 342 59.65 56.28 -.95 +22.2 Fastenal Q FAST 1.48f 2.8 28 58.74 39.79 2816 53.65 14347 56.03 52.37 -.94 -1.9 FateThera Q FATE 14.45 2.52 448 9.28 2307 10.77 9.23 -.48 +51.9 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.3 41 22.25 17.24 1 20.95 26 21.72 20.94 -.07 -4.3 FedExCp N FDX 2.00 .9 14 274.66 182.89 1446 234.29 8274 241.94 231.71 -5.82 -6.1 FedAgric N AGM 2.32f 2.7 92.57 53.78 81 86.56 253 87.79 82.76 -.46 +10.6 FdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32f 2.9 24 85.56 50.60 80.16 3 80.83 78.00 -1.03 +10.2 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.9 27.14 24.75 0 24.91 5 25.40 24.86 -.05 -.9tFAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.7 28.80 25.64 1 25.81 12 25.98 25.64 -.18 -2.0 FedRlty N FRT 4.00 3.5 20 138.12 106.41 334 115.78 2102 118.86 114.43 -.33 -12.8 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.5 25.48 22.22 24 22.59 90 22.81 22.44 -.20 -10.3 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.2 27 23.64 13.07 450 22.47 2244 22.97 21.44 +.45 +11.8 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 5 10.25 64 10.29 10.20 +.01 FedInvst N FII 1.00 3.1 11 36.76 25.24 758 32.39 4657 33.47 32.03 -1.01 -10.2 FedNatHld Q FNHC .32 1.9 21 17.60 9.78 36 16.42 387 16.76 15.63 +.65 -.9 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.5 15.07 13.30 30 13.49 100 13.55 13.41 +.13 -3.9sFenncPhr n Q FENC 13.95 7.55 123 14.07 440 14.34 11.88 +1.98 +40.4 Ferrari n N RACE 131.20 69.59 385 120.75 1989 122.04 116.52 +.23 +15.2 Ferrellgs N FGP .40 12.4 6.12 2.87 157 3.23 910 3.45 3.11 +.11 -24.5 Ferro N FOE 19 25.50 14.85 640 23.51 1967 23.92 22.22 +.29 -.3 Ferrogl n Q GSM .16 1.6 17.61 8.54 340 10.28 2945 10.72 10.00 -.45 -36.5 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 9.60 3849 22.31 29796 22.81 19.58 +1.79 +25.1 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 8.70 1184 19.74 4792 19.77 19.04 +.24 +34.3 Fibrocll rs Q FCSC 4.64 .51 49 .58 474 .60 .55 -.01 -9.4 FibroGen Q FGEN 63.00 22.75 762 44.90 3779 47.10 44.00 -1.30 -5.3 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.2 51.30 48.85 5 49.26 28 49.27 48.96 +.16 -3.3 FidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.75 49.34 6 49.44 1601 49.54 49.39 -.09 -1.3 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.4 51.74 48.88 30 49.25 126 49.25 49.00 +.11 -2.0 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 2.0 52.00 33.09 1 49.20 6 49.40 44.65 -.03 +19.1 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e 1.0 42.99 34.13 55 39.61 1091 40.52 38.28 -.15 +1.3 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.7 35.47 30.63 40 31.65 370 32.12 30.85 -.07 -7.8 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.8 21.69 17.01 120 18.65 949 19.13 17.99 -.05 -7.0 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.5 43.90 33.88 308 39.81 1861 40.95 38.97 -.58 -2.4 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.8 44.44 35.15 175 38.96 935 40.13 38.45 -.86 -2.6 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.5 41.28 32.95 106 37.12 838 38.22 36.59 -.71 -4.1 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 28.08 16 31.64 101 32.40 30.98 -.44 -3.7 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 27.50 17 31.06 83 31.82 30.58 -.46 -2.3 FidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .8 56.55 40.30 594 50.72 2851 52.35 50.00 -1.15 +1.5 Fid Moment N FDMO 33.84 26.70 20 31.17 202 32.00 30.53 -.44 -.3 Fid LowVol N FDLO 32.45 26.77 12 29.74 73 30.47 29.21 -.42 -2.8 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.71 27.43 175 29.60 575 30.18 28.92 -.27 -3.4 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 30.41 26.10 83 28.15 179 28.58 27.52 -.04 -1.9 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.8 25.36 21.73 104 22.87 544 23.15 22.48 -.01 -7.4 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.7 37.01 30.99 42 32.96 432 33.31 32.52 -.10 -4.5tFidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.7 33.72 27.80 59 28.59 509 28.95 27.80 +.08 -7.5 FidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.6 37.11 29.77 72 32.75 1390 33.64 31.85 -.21 -6.5 FidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .8 299.75 228.70 51 271.47 288 279.50 266.89 -5.40 +.1 FidlNatFn N FNF 1.20f 3.1 15 42.52 27.53 2675 38.52 7899 40.04 38.35 -1.50 -1.8 FidNatInfo N FIS 1.28f 1.3 18 103.65 79.52 1471 95.53 11311 98.00 93.71 -.77 +1.5 FidelSo Q LION .48 2.1 17 24.96 20.08 70 22.66 557 23.42 22.09 -.41 +3.9 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 15.9 15.87 10.27 171 10.82 990 10.97 10.30 +.26 -17.7 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 11.9 8 18.21 12.63 69 13.07 371 13.12 12.65 +.19 -13.9 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.7 28.00 24.85 2 25.69 22 25.75 25.25 +.24 +2.8 FiestaRst Q FRGI 25.35 15.50 188 19.50 1130 19.75 18.00 +1.00 +2.6 FifthThird Q FITB .64 2.0 12 34.57 23.20 5351 31.24 26895 32.62 30.45 -.51 +3.0 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 5.7 30.90 27.00 15 28.91 186 29.35 28.70 -.24 +1.4s51job Q JOBS 89.31 36.26 121 87.39 1543 89.59 84.29 +1.35 +43.6 58.com N WUBA 87.65 34.84 439 76.97 2966 80.34 74.50 -2.89 +7.5 FinTcII n Q FNTE 11.76 9.70 107 9.95 1401 9.97 9.94 +.01 +.3 FinTcII un Q FNTEU 11.24 10.15 0 10.60 2 10.60 10.55 +.05 +1.0 FinclEngin Q FNGN .32f 1.0 41 45.00 24.45 364 32.95 2064 35.18 30.91 -2.05 +8.7 FnclInst Q FISI .96f 3.2 15 35.35 25.65 42 30.30 262 30.75 28.95 +.70 -2.6tFinisar Q FNSR 12 28.99 14.25 4544 15.33 32462 16.30 14.25 -.48 -24.7 FinLine Q FINL .46f 3.4 30 16.38 6.90 1453 13.51 10391 13.70 13.49 -.03 -7.0 FinjanH Q FNJN 5 4.06 1.66 1863 2.85 5101 3.51 2.71 -.40 +31.9 FireEye Q FEYE 18.84 11.82 2582 17.33 13119 17.81 16.38 +.40 +22.0 FstAccept N FAC 1.50 .78 333 .81 530 .89 .81 -.04 -31.9 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.7 23 62.71 38.15 1115 56.44 3223 58.76 55.99 -2.24 +.7 FstBcpPR N FBP 21 6.49 4.48 3656 6.31 11015 6.48 5.93 +.29 +23.7 FstBcpME Q FNLC .96 3.5 16 32.33 25.00 10 27.32 58 29.02 27.02 -.42 +.3 FtBcpNC Q FBNC .40f 1.1 21 41.76 27.50 111 35.62 431 36.68 34.70 -.03 +.9 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20f .6 20 35.10 26.05 32 31.80 127 33.00 29.75 -.45 -7.0 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12f .8 32 14.95 11.15 19 14.45 73 14.50 14.20 +.05 +4.3 FstBusey rs Q BUSE .80f 2.7 20 32.88 27.33 121 29.77 741 30.54 29.13 +.05 -.6 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56f 2.2 19 28.43 20.57 9 25.17 59 25.83 24.76 +.01 +13.8 FrstCap Q FCAP .92f 2.4 19 43.02 29.81 2 38.43 8 41.90 38.43 -1.57 +4.6 FstCash N FCFS .80f 1.0 34 83.90 47.60 203 81.40 1820 83.28 79.75 +.15 +20.7 FCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .3 20 463.44 320.10 29 408.11 209 421.50 398.50 -5.13 +1.3 FstCwlth N FCF .32 2.3 22 15.67 12.05 582 14.01 3363 14.43 13.71 -.12 -2.2 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .72a 2.4 19 32.24 24.02 37 30.54 189 30.87 29.30 +.69 +6.3 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40f 1.7 23 24.87 18.50 17 22.95 93 23.20 22.50 +.05 +1.5 FtConnBcp Q FBNK .64f 2.5 19 28.50 23.25 14 25.35 96 26.20 24.90 -.25 -3.1 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.1 19 22.53 16.15 7 21.80 55 21.80 21.21 +.05 +19.1 FstData n N FDC 7 19.23 14.72 7777 15.47 36318 16.15 15.25 -.53 -7.4 FstDefiFn Q FDEF 1.20f 2.1 18 59.85 47.01 25 56.99 142 59.75 55.26 -.33 +9.7 FFnclOH Q FFBC .76f 2.7 18 29.65 22.80 653 28.15 4478 29.60 27.95 -1.20 +6.8 FstFnBksh Q FFIN .76 1.6 27 49.60 36.85 179 46.60 1298 47.80 45.05 +.30 +3.4 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02f 2.4 18 52.35 39.55 17 42.80 113 44.00 40.75 +1.20 -5.6 FstFnNwst Q FFNW .28 1.8 18 17.91 13.13 15 15.81 138 16.63 15.48 -.94 +1.9 FstFound s Q FFWM 23 19.84 15.06 62 18.39 662 18.99 18.01 -.15 -.8 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.5 29.50 20.11 15 26.10 73 26.91 25.50 +.11 +4.4 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96f 3.5 32.36 26.30 277 27.57 1288 28.80 27.09 -.26 -5.5 FstHorizon N FHN .48f 2.6 17 20.86 15.84 4359 18.57 20436 19.24 18.22 -.26 -7.1 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.2 26.06 24.77 11 25.13 30 25.21 25.04 +.04 -.3 FstInRT N FR .87f 3.0 32.91 27.38 562 28.98 3863 29.51 28.55 -.25 -7.9 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .7 15 42.40 25.48 15 36.45 113 37.60 34.60 -.55 -4.5 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.9 27.05 24.75 4 25.40 7 25.89 25.36 -.54 -4.2 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12f 2.8 19 42.90 33.33 120 39.30 1087 40.50 38.70 -.25 -1.9 FMajSilv g N AG 9.59 4.93 1812 6.12 9898 6.36 6.04 +.01 -9.2 FstMerch Q FRME .72 1.7 20 45.42 37.03 113 41.45 683 42.75 40.68 -.25 -1.5 FstMidIll Q FMBH .68f 1.9 17 42.03 31.05 50 36.21 138 37.00 35.29 -.24 -6.0 FMidBc Q FMBI .44f 1.8 20 26.55 20.50 425 24.30 2181 25.00 23.93 -.29 +1.2 FstNwBc n Q FNWB 58 18.35 15.00 12 16.72 63 16.88 16.00 -.17 +2.6 FstRepBk N FRC .68 .8 105.52 84.56 1363 89.83 5670 92.42 89.23 -2.78 +3.7 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.4 26.36 24.16 39 25.47 193 25.74 25.34 -.03 -.2 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.7 27.45 25.75 13 26.00 56 26.35 25.99 -.20 -.5 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.5 27.00 24.65 3 25.70 22 25.84 25.13 -.07 -.3 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.2 25.97 23.30 9 24.85 78 24.93 24.51 -.08 -2.2 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 27.50 24.09 6 25.25 76 25.47 25.06 -.18 -2.3 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60f .9 17 80.01 48.16 0 68.49 9 69.95 67.11 -1.01 +20.1 FstSolar Q FSLR 73 76.61 25.56 1267 69.70 5580 72.36 67.01 -1.28 +3.2 1stSource Q SRCE .88f 1.7 20 54.65 43.58 43 50.54 382 52.28 49.58 -.08 +2.2 FTNDXTc Q QTEC .61e .8 83.42 58.67 213 73.64 1846 76.70 73.13 -2.38 +2.4 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR 34.79 27.00 3 28.88 19 29.27 28.84 -.44 -1.6 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.10 9.02 116 9.29 393 9.41 9.25 -.03 +1.8 FtTrGlob N FAM .90 7.9 12.15 10.98 62 11.36 129 11.57 11.33 +.05 -1.9 FT MCGr N FNY .15e .4 42.85 32.47 39 39.76 556 40.89 39.26 -.98 +1.4 FT AsiaPc Q FPA .99e 2.8 38.10 30.05 3 35.26 92 36.09 34.99 -.80 -1.3 FT Europe Q FEP .79e 2.0 42.49 31.65 105 39.45 518 40.00 38.72 -.20 +1.0 FT LatAm Q FLN .43e 2.0 23.27 17.73 12 21.92 132 22.51 21.53 -.32 +7.3 FT Brazil Q FBZ .41e 2.5 18.24 12.96 2 16.19 56 16.71 15.92 +4.3 FT China Q FCA .68e 2.2 34.79 21.00 2 31.08 6 31.08 30.04 +.52 +4.7 FT Japan Q FJP .77e 1.3 63.38 49.50 79 57.53 133 58.74 57.13 -1.37 -4.0 FT SKorea Q FKO .24e .8 32.08 23.79 29.50 50 29.88 29.03 -.35 -.1 FT DevMkt Q FDT .78e 1.3 67.22 51.41 93 61.86 1220 62.97 61.10 -.97 -.8 FT EmMkt Q FEM .68e 2.4 31.32 21.90 237 28.86 1652 29.47 28.49 -.43 +3.4 FT Germny Q FGM .41e .8 55.51 38.99 2 49.66 30 50.06 48.58 -.32 -3.0 FT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.2 37.68 32.00 3 34.34 16 35.12 33.74 -.36 -5.3 FT Canada Q FCAN .62e 2.4 27.35 22.06 25.50 3 25.50 24.42 +1.05 -3.8 FT UK Q FKU .94e 2.3 42.89 34.40 3 40.00 16 40.23 39.10 +.37 +.3 FT Switzld Q FSZ .78e 1.5 56.74 44.42 2 51.40 16 52.44 50.47 -1.04 -2.5 FT SCGr N FYC .04e .1 45.38 35.03 19 42.67 366 43.83 42.12 -.71 +.4 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.06e 2.4 47.47 35.25 63 44.02 330 44.93 43.69 -.89 +1.6 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .76e 1.8 48.51 35.49 4 43.35 12 43.96 43.09 -.18 -2.4 FT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 38.64 32.07 48 35.51 248 36.13 34.27 +.11 -3.7 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .35e .8 48.43 35.21 8 44.76 32 45.09 43.89 -.19 +2.0 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.3 36.82 28.60 1 32.77 40 33.68 32.12 -.50 -2.2 FstT BICK Q BICK .35e 1.2 33.60 24.05 1 29.96 32 30.74 29.29 -1.05 -.8 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 7.8 14.79 12.14 86 13.95 653 14.08 13.61 +.11 +1.6 FTDJMic N FDM .49e 1.0 49.19 40.91 14 47.32 63 48.14 46.09 +.01 -.3 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 8.4 20.20 16.46 131 17.33 431 17.98 17.01 -.53 -7.4 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.7 23.93 20.04 1 21.31 11 21.41 21.12 -.05 -3.3 FtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.66 16 17.87 20 17.90 17.74 +.05 -4.6 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 19.74 7 21.28 66 21.69 21.04 -.36 -4.8 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.67 9 21.43 76 21.69 20.96 -.22 -4.1 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 52.92 49.20 14 49.53 393 49.72 49.34 -.13 -2.4 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .41e .8 53.73 40.76 1 48.71 21 49.43 48.05 -1.01 -4.5 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.37e 7.7 19.73 17.60 109 17.86 670 18.01 17.67 -.02 -6.0 FT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.2 20.25 19.43 670 19.52 4133 19.53 19.44 +.06 -2.4 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .71e 2.0 38.44 30.93 79 34.95 511 35.92 34.42 -.85 -.7 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.53 3.0 52.32 51.27 191 51.43 1568 51.46 51.32 +.06 -.4 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .80e 4.4 19.83 17.08 20 18.18 36 18.45 18.03 -.07 -2.4 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.4 24.00 21.04 14 21.94 114 22.38 21.53 -.31 -5.9 FT StratInc Q FDIV 1.92 3.9 52.20 46.89 3 48.85 120 49.31 48.52 -.26 -4.5 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 3.1 23.65 20.74 1 21.58 30 22.07 21.34 -.40 -6.4 FTEnhSht Q FTSM .29e .5 60.09 59.92 303 60.00 3677 60.01 59.95 +.04 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .38e 1.3 32.00 25.94 102 29.37 644 30.18 28.68 -.34 -1.7 FT SSICv Q FCVT 32.38 26.43 142 28.83 344 29.25 28.46 -.42 +.6 FT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 31.03 23.50 215 28.01 4679 28.92 27.67 -.70 +1.6 FT HeitGl N PRME 20.81 17.96 17 19.79 38 19.95 19.32 +.08 -.8 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .06e .2 28.40 22.38 9 25.61 149 26.26 25.11 -.37 -6.6 FT US Eq Q RNDV 23.04 19.30 1 21.10 5 21.16 20.70 -.06 -2.7 FT SmCap Q RNSC 22.89 19.03 20.79 2 20.79 20.60 -.18 -3.4 FT MdCap Q RNMC 22.75 19.19 20.93 5 20.94 20.83 -.33 -3.6 FT LgCap Q RNLC 23.11 19.67 0 21.26 14 21.26 21.15 -.22 -2.4 FT DevInt Q RNDM 55.12 48.94 51.12 3 51.40 51.04 -.03 -2.0 FTNsTrn ef Q FTXR 27.65 22.24 1 24.95 4 25.34 24.24 +.11 -3.8 FT QualInc Q QINC 1.07e 4.4 26.90 23.11 1 24.24 23 24.63 23.91 -.22 -4.9 FTNsSem ef Q FTXL 36.21 23.87 48 31.23 119 32.86 30.83 -1.40 +3.1 FsTrNsRt ef Q FTXD 23.93 18.70 0 20.80 4 21.00 20.28 -.08 -3.0 FTNasPh ef Q FTXH 23.57 19.06 1 20.67 6 20.99 20.35 -.30 -3.4 FTNsOil ef Q FTXN 22.50 16.85 2 20.10 22 20.48 19.20 -.07 -4.9tFTNaFood ef Q FTXG 21.28 19.37 2 19.60 3 19.87 19.37 +.12 -5.7 FTNsBk ef Q FTXO 32.44 24.57 69 29.07 744 30.09 28.52 -.45 -1.0 FTDorW n Q FVC 28.96 21.88 64 26.15 341 26.99 25.73 -.57 +1.9 FT DWInt Q IFV .32e 1.5 24.24 18.72 163 21.80 1205 22.20 21.27 -.42 -2.0 FT LgShEq N FTLS .16e .4 41.72 34.43 10 38.46 80 39.13 37.94 -.44 -2.1 FTEMCur Q FEMB 1.94e 4.5 48.17 39.91 5 42.84 73 43.15 42.64 +.11 +1.6 FT MunHI n Q EMHI 53.47 49.45 3 50.18 38 50.34 49.99 +.29 -.6 FT RivAsia Q RFAP .32e 64.93 53.74 3 59.10 21 60.11 58.83 -1.05 -2.4 FT RivDev Q RFDI .70e 68.99 55.70 46 63.31 194 64.00 62.50 -.59 -1.2 FT RvfrDyE Q RFEM 79.04 58.41 5 72.74 54 74.52 71.62 -1.79 +3.2 FT RivEur Q RFEU .82e 70.58 56.08 2 64.93 37 65.54 63.56 -.10 -.6 FT PfInc n N FPEI 21.03 19.49 33 19.58 126 19.63 19.54 +.10 -2.8 FT CA Mun Q FCAL 53.00 48.91 1 50.24 4 50.48 50.14 -.06 -2.6 FT VolIn n N HDMV 36.34 32.75 5 34.13 43 34.48 33.55 -.11 -.6 FT VolD n N HUSV 23.72 21.53 21 22.19 158 22.64 21.85 -.16 -3.4 FTEgyInco A FEN 2.32 10.7 28.20 21.34 210 21.63 407 22.08 21.42 -.12 -18.4 FTEnInfra N FIF 1.32a 8.8 19.49 14.57 55 14.94 297 15.12 14.63 +.05 -16.2 FtTrEnEq N FFA .96 6.4 16.67 14.00 64 14.93 335 14.99 14.32 +.16 -7.8 FTCapStrn Q FTCS .55e 1.1 54.95 43.18 99 49.81 687 51.14 48.97 -.76 -2.4 FTArcaBio N FBT 147.10 100.90 66 125.54 434 132.07 124.45 -7.36 +.8 FTDJInet N FDN 131.99 86.84 340 118.29 3612 121.57 115.26 -2.21 +7.7 FTN100ExT Q QQXT .16e .3 52.82 44.09 4 47.38 117 48.75 46.69 -.96 -2.5 FsTrGrEn Q QCLN .11e .6 21.73 16.27 8 19.40 69 19.87 18.92 -.12 -4.4 FTrTUSAlp Q TUSA .23e .7 34.93 28.50 0 32.96 3 33.16 31.90 +.13 -.4 FT RNG N FCG .22e 1.1 24.98 18.65 193 19.99 916 20.67 19.41 -.51 -12.2 FstTrDrcy ef Q DWPP 30.68 25.63 1 27.89 17 28.65 27.56 -.62 -3.0 FT ConDis N FXD .30e .7 45.57 35.72 78 41.05 2528 41.91 39.63 +.02 -2.5 FT ConStap N FXG .75e 1.6 51.57 44.32 133 46.90 1139 47.51 45.63 -.01 -3.6 FT Engy N FXN .33e 2.3 16.48 12.25 104 14.26 1354 14.67 13.70 -.11 -7.9 FT Fincl N FXO .65e 2.1 32.92 26.94 186 30.55 3273 31.24 30.13 -.49 -2.5 FT HlthCr N FXH 76.92 61.23 69 67.98 1036 69.88 66.88 -1.42 -2.6 FT IndPrd N FXR .16e .4 42.74 33.31 246 38.75 3035 39.95 38.22 -.84 -4.5 FT Matls N FXZ .37e .9 46.43 36.89 178 41.62 1737 42.91 40.81 -.56 -5.1 FT Tech N FXL .13e .2 59.90 40.88 256 53.51 1617 55.24 52.91 -1.51 +4.3 FT Utils N FXU .67e 2.6 28.59 23.46 143 25.34 2110 25.63 24.97 -.02 -2.6 FTCloudC Q SKYY .13e .3 52.10 37.97 108 47.50 785 48.78 46.52 -.91 +3.5 FTDJGlDiv N FGD 1.42e 5.5 28.07 24.17 29 25.61 357 25.84 25.04 +.01 -2.8 FTNdqAuto Q CARZ .88e 2.1 45.00 34.43 41.59 12 41.60 40.25 +.71 -1.5 FT GblAg rs Q FTAG 29.98 24.24 0 26.68 3 26.73 25.93 +.09 -5.2 FT GblNRs Q FTRI .40e 3.2 13.15 10.87 1 12.36 8 12.48 12.16 +.03 -.2 FT Cybersc Q CIBR 26.13 20.59 114 24.99 604 25.49 24.38 -.08 +8.0 FTIntlIPO Q FPXI .37e 1.0 39.87 28.83 5 36.74 15 37.19 36.42 -.43 +3.8 FT GlbRE N FFR .75e 1.7 47.43 41.42 2 43.53 19 43.90 42.95 -.06 -4.3 FT NAEngy N EMLP .93e 4.3 25.55 21.43 907 21.80 3159 22.11 21.49 -.10 -11.2 FTSenLoan Q FTSL 1.92 4.0 48.67 47.95 191 48.09 1187 48.16 48.06 -.03 +.1 FTTactHY Q HYLS 2.88 6.0 49.76 47.28 185 47.66 717 47.84 47.41 +.05 -1.9 FT GlbCmd Q FTGC 21.28 18.97 29 20.68 592 20.89 20.38 -.19 -.1tFT HiLgSh N FSD 1.20 8.0 18.12 14.91 95 14.97 604 15.03 14.91 +.03 -8.9 FT USIPO N FPX .32e .5 74.54 56.48 120 67.64 417 69.27 66.04 -.91 -.9 FTChnd N FNI .19e .5 43.90 31.45 21 38.39 359 39.31 37.63 -.84 -3.1 FT Dow30 n N EDOW 23.50 19.61 5 21.15 305 21.70 20.87 -.25 -4.4 FT EngCn N FLM .58e 1.0 63.91 52.10 6 56.23 18 57.09 54.99 -.61 -5.5 FT Wtr N FIW .21e .4 50.09 40.85 27 46.74 239 47.97 45.96 -1.01 -4.0 FT IntPfd N FPF 1.95 8.5 25.10 22.59 108 22.95 547 23.10 22.69 -.31 -5.8 FT LCCore N FEX .58e 1.0 62.82 50.70 108 57.56 1099 59.00 56.54 -.86 -1.7 FT LCGr N FTC .24e .4 67.59 51.63 71 62.20 695 64.17 61.37 -1.60 +1.7 FT LCVal N FTA .82e 1.6 57.69 48.25 74 52.21 427 53.35 51.11 -.53 -4.4tFT MLP&E N FEI 1.42 11.8 16.64 11.68 220 12.03 1775 12.24 11.68 -.10 -22.5 FT MgdMu Q FMB 1.38 2.6 54.43 51.67 25 52.73 285 52.73 52.45 +.14 -1.5 FT MCCore N FNX .51e .8 69.65 56.82 22 64.34 573 65.94 63.09 -1.06 -2.1 FTMstrDv N FDL .79e 2.8 31.14 27.37 147 28.03 1033 28.59 27.41 -.20 -6.8tFTFutStrt N FMF 51.53 37.80 0 46.95 24 47.40 37.80 -.58 -1.4 FstTrMtg N FMY 1.02 7.3 14.48 13.74 2 13.97 13 13.97 13.85 +.09 -1.8 FT MultCG N FAD .20e .3 71.30 54.65 7 66.37 85 68.07 65.46 -1.56 +1.1 FT MultCV N FAB .45e .8 59.34 50.27 6 53.91 32 55.27 52.95 -.75 -5.4 FTNDXEq Q QQEW .33e .6 63.55 50.75 76 57.55 285 59.40 56.85 -1.43 -.7 FT NsdABA Q QABA .54e 1.0 56.43 45.86 45 52.52 217 53.99 51.63 -.46 +.2 FTSmartph Q FONE .86e 1.7 55.89 44.61 5 51.35 159 52.19 50.84 -1.19 -1.6tFT MLPEn N FPL 1.26 12.7 13.95 9.57 97 9.90 692 10.10 9.57 +.19 -16.6 FT REIT N FRI .39e 1.8 24.11 20.20 33 21.29 1551 21.52 20.90 -.01 -8.5 FT SCCore N FYX .38e .6 64.05 52.53 20 59.91 117 61.12 58.44 -.30 -2.1 FTSpecFin N FGB .70 11.4 7.79 5.65 23 6.16 113 6.25 5.94 +.14 +.3tFTStrHi2 N FHY 1.32 10.9 13.90 11.99 8 12.08 74 12.19 11.99 -.04 -5.6 FTrVL100 N FVL .05e .2 25.04 20.76 1 23.18 13 23.56 22.55 -.20 -.9 FTrVLDv N FVD .57e 1.9 31.85 28.54 585 29.68 2889 30.19 29.13 -.21 -3.8 FT EmOp N FEO 1.40 8.9 17.42 15.33 10 15.73 60 15.94 15.71 -.17 -3.6 FstUSBcsh Q FUSB .08 .7 36 14.38 10.38 1 11.72 13 11.75 11.36 +.28 -8.4 FstUtdCp Q FUNC .36f 1.8 21 20.25 13.80 25 19.70 48 19.95 19.13 +.50 +13.2 First LI s Q FLIC .60 2.2 11 33.50 25.60 45 27.00 402 27.65 26.80 -.45 -5.3 FTrSenFlt N FCT .90 6.9 13.74 12.62 143 13.13 364 13.20 13.00 -.04 +2.3 FirstEngy N FE 1.44 4.2 12 35.20 27.93 3919 34.20 23621 34.57 33.50 +.19 +11.7 FsthdTech Q SVVC 12.74 7.29 19 10.78 101 11.28 10.45 -.51 +20.3 FstSvc n Q FSV .54f .8 38 74.49 57.17 19 70.37 109 73.63 70.09 -2.81 +.6 Fiserv s Q FISV 33 74.46 57.48 1414 69.84 9811 71.92 69.67 -1.47 +6.5tFitbit n N FIT 7.32 4.51 2960 4.79 31621 4.99 4.51 -.31 -16.1sFiveBelow Q FIVE 73.86 41.97 1204 70.70 6261 73.86 69.90 -2.64 +6.6 500.com N WBAI 23.22 8.12 85 16.90 367 17.52 16.30 -.26 +67.2tFiveOaks N OAKS .40m 13.5 9 5.61 2.55 71 2.94 837 2.95 2.55 +.03 -26.5 FiveOk pfA N OAKSpA 2.19 8.7 26.20 23.98 5 25.23 29 25.30 25.00 +.20 FvPntHld n N FPH 16.74 12.00 118 14.72 1419 14.99 14.00 +.46 +4.4 FivePrime Q FPRX 48.87 15.66 375 17.10 2798 19.95 17.00 -.08 -22.0 FiveStar Q FVE 2.15 1.23 16 1.35 98 1.40 1.30 +.05 -10.0 Five9 Q FIVN 32.47 16.30 251 27.68 1505 29.83 27.48 -2.11 +11.3 FlagstarB N FBC 33 40.06 27.52 263 35.15 978 36.25 34.74 -.25 -6.1 F&C DynPf N DFP 1.92 8.1 28.36 23.61 66 23.78 273 24.20 23.75 -.40 -10.9 FlrtyPfdInc N PFD 1.08 8.1 16.34 13.19 32 13.40 164 13.64 13.34 -.19 -10.5 FlrtyPfdOp N PFO .88 8.1 13.00 10.68 51 10.83 176 10.87 10.71 -.03 -8.3 FlrtyPfdSc N FFC 1.63 8.6 22.44 18.35 92 18.98 440 19.02 18.75 -.02 -7.2 FlrtyTotR N FLC 1.63 8.3 22.51 19.29 26 19.59 108 19.87 19.47 -.22 -9.3 Flanign A BDL .25f 1.0 13 30.95 20.20 10 24.35 11 25.00 24.35 +.35 +3.2 Fleetcor N FLT 24 213.74 121.52 273 196.34 1826 202.61 194.20 -6.16 +2.0 Flex Ltd Q FLEX 18 19.71 14.70 1642 15.99 18401 16.57 15.89 -.34 -11.1 FlexPhm n Q FLKS 8.98 2.68 75 4.98 275 5.43 4.80 -.02 +42.7 FlexUSTilt N TILT 1.74e 1.6 118.93 98.13 27 108.38 83 110.94 106.07 -1.34 -3.1 FlxEmgTilt N TLTE 1.26e 2.1 65.59 50.80 7 59.74 78 61.19 59.13 -1.15 FlxUpstNR N GUNR .67e 2.1 35.54 28.03 187 32.49 1353 32.96 31.89 -.09 -2.4 Flx3yrTips N TDTT .39e 1.6 24.97 24.06 164 24.35 787 24.36 24.29 -.04 Flx5yrTips N TDTF .54e 2.2 25.46 24.39 54 24.70 409 24.75 24.58 -.03 -1.0 FlxCoreSl n N BNDC 28.51 24.28 4 24.45 10 24.53 24.42 -.22 -2.4 FlxGlbImp Q ESGG 101.95 82.34 10 93.28 22 95.19 91.73 -.93 -1.8 FlxUS Imp Q ESG 70.00 55.16 0 63.17 41 63.26 60.71 +.46 -.7 FlexEMTilt N TLEH 33.14 26.44 0 30.62 33 31.24 30.44 -.47 -.7 FlxDMTilt N TLDH 30.34 26.05 0 27.69 41 27.86 27.26 -.07 -5.1 FlxRAstAlo Q ASET 29.37 26.40 1 27.63 22 27.63 27.17 +.15 -3.9 FlxUSQLgC Q QLC 35.78 28.79 2 32.69 33 33.81 32.20 -.65 -1.9 FlxUSLgCp Q LKOR .41e 55.13 49.92 51.78 8 52.10 51.72 -.48 -5.5 FlxUSCpBd Q SKOR 1.24 2.5 51.61 48.99 7 49.32 14 49.39 49.19 -.15 -3.1 FlxDisDur Q MBSD .62e 2.7 24.42 23.20 4 23.40 39 23.46 23.24 -.03 -.7 FlxGlbQRE N GQRE 1.33e 2.2 64.31 57.24 9 60.47 86 61.04 59.37 +.01 -3.7 FlxGblInfr N NFRA .95e 2.1 49.99 44.91 13 45.97 140 46.49 45.23 -.17 -5.7 FlxDevTilt N TLTD 1.88e 2.8 73.71 59.57 13 67.43 251 68.80 66.13 -.32 -2.6 FlxIntDvDf N IQDE 1.15e 4.6 27.04 23.27 2 25.00 24 25.17 24.61 -.21 -2.0 FlxIntDvDy N IQDY 1.02e 3.6 30.65 25.32 19 27.96 31 28.21 27.61 -.23 -2.2 FlxIntlDiv N IQDF 1.01e 3.9 28.63 23.98 146 26.17 539 26.40 25.79 -.17 -2.3 FlxQDvDef N QDEF 1.19e 2.8 46.52 39.45 3 42.61 113 43.44 41.70 -.33 -3.4 FlxQDvDyn N QDYN 1.22e 2.9 47.20 38.91 1 41.76 4 43.01 41.37 -.64 -5.5 FlxQualDv N QDF 1.22e 2.8 47.95 39.93 79 43.31 363 44.27 42.42 -.42 -3.8 FlxRdyAcc N RAVI 1.23 1.6 75.97 67.87 75.15 24 75.34 75.13 -.17 -.4 FlexSh n Q FPAY 6.56 2.63 3.08 24 3.08 2.95 +.06 -18.9tFlexSolu A FSI 9 2.58 1.38 35 1.40 415 1.65 1.33 -.20 -23.1 FlexionTh Q FLXN 32.25 16.51 486 23.80 5162 26.37 21.47 +1.39 -5.0 Flexstl Q FLXS .88 2.3 57.79 34.74 47 39.07 132 40.27 37.02 -.51 -16.5sFlor&Dec n N FND 58 58.28 31.00 1275 55.86 6002 58.28 50.28 +3.74 +14.7 Flotek N FTK 13.06 4.14 987 6.19 5978 6.42 5.73 +.09 +32.8sFlowrsFds N FLO .68 3.1 25 22.50 16.80 1049 22.08 6370 22.50 21.16 +.22 +14.3 Flowserve N FLS .76 1.8 51.92 37.51 1679 43.18 7730 45.31 42.00 -.15 +2.5 Fluidigm Q FLDM 8.38 2.52 84 5.90 671 6.10 5.31 +.06 +.2 Fluor N FLR .84 1.5 42 62.09 37.04 1065 56.72 4638 58.95 55.19 -.50 +9.8 FlushFn Q FFIC .80f 3.0 19 31.69 24.27 65 27.01 314 27.66 26.28 +.05 -1.8 FlyLeasing N FLY 1.00 7.5 11 14.65 11.54 80 13.38 458 13.78 13.00 +.07 +3.6 Foamix Q FOMX 7.45 4.03 94 4.95 984 5.17 4.40 -.18 -17.6 FEMSA N FMX .74e .8 103.82 84.32 575 93.82 2414 96.63 87.69 +2.39 -.1 Fonar Q FONR 10 33.90 17.20 35 27.60 155 29.85 27.51 -2.20 +13.3 FootLockr N FL 1.38f 3.0 19 77.86 28.42 1954 46.46 13246 48.17 43.15 +.92 -.9 FordM N F .60a 5.4 6 13.48 10.14 31568 11.18 196095 11.38 10.70 +.10 -10.5 ForeScTc n Q FSCT 37.79 21.56 300 32.91 1892 33.66 29.61 +.47 +3.2tForshtAut n Q FRSX 11.70 2.44 14 2.92 146 3.60 2.44 -.65 -27.5 ForestCA N FCE/A .72f 3.6 16 26.30 19.24 1235 20.13 7202 20.39 19.61 -.13 -16.5 Forestar N FOR 14 26.39 13.90 142 21.60 631 22.70 19.95 +.45 -1.8 FormFac Q FORM 22 18.65 10.45 675 13.15 3893 14.00 13.05 -.50 -16.0tFormulaSy Q FORTY .34e 1.0 45.65 34.47 34.50 2 35.47 34.47 -1.70 -14.9 ForrestR Q FORR .80f 1.9 41 47.75 36.95 73 43.05 240 43.35 40.90 +1.60 -2.6tForsightEn N FELP .13 6.16 3.28 9 3.46 154 3.70 3.28 -.06 -20.8 Forterra n Q FRTA 49 20.47 3.02 222 8.31 1467 8.70 7.62 -.01 -25.1 Fortinet Q FTNT 55.34 35.44 1235 54.33 6036 55.24 52.03 +.75 +24.4 Fortis n N FTS 1.70 5.0 38.24 31.41 189 33.72 1831 34.03 33.17 -.05 -8.0 Fortive n N FTV .28 .4 80.31 59.88 1601 74.72 8093 78.08 73.88 -2.80 +3.3 FortressBio Q FBIO 5.54 3.13 93 4.82 530 5.22 4.44 +.27 +20.8 FortB pfA Q FBIOP 2.34 10.6 24.80 20.01 2 22.00 6 22.90 22.00 -1.20 -3.3 FortTrInf n N FTAI 1.32 8.2 20.13 14.25 73 16.04 646 16.21 15.45 +.09 -19.5 FortunaSlv N FSM 22 5.45 4.03 833 5.19 4029 5.34 5.13 -.02 -.6tFBHmSec N FBHS .80f 1.4 20 73.62 56.59 1457 58.72 8345 60.34 56.59 -.17 -14.2 ForumEn N FET 21.68 10.05 788 11.05 4827 11.83 10.30 +.05 -28.9 ForwrdA Q FWRD .60 1.1 25 64.80 46.35 269 53.36 1074 54.15 51.76 +.50 -7.1 Forward h Q FORD 26 4.45 1.02 1509 1.55 2602 1.63 1.35 +.13 +26.0 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 9.70 2.02 9 2.30 164 2.59 2.19 +.13 -37.5 Fossil Grp Q FOSL 18.44 5.50 1709 14.16 9719 14.65 12.04 +1.46 +82.2 Foster Q FSTR .16 .7 30.30 12.15 38 23.75 162 24.85 22.65 +.20 -12.5 FoundBld n N FBM 17.00 11.03 73 14.60 479 14.98 14.13 -.31 -1.3 FndtnMed Q FMI 87.10 29.90 248 71.50 2231 77.70 66.50 -7.25 +4.8 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.8 17 26.96 21.28 426 22.95 1768 23.22 22.47 -.14 -10.7 FourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 48.2 17 10.45 5.67 13 6.89 159 7.22 6.63 +.26 -23.4 FoxFactory Q FOXF 31 46.80 26.40 403 34.55 2334 35.25 34.05 -.35 -11.1 Francesca Q FRAN 11 16.18 4.51 671 4.81 5585 5.00 4.55 +.01 -34.2 FrancoN g N FNV .92 1.4 65 86.06 64.90 377 67.81 2865 70.30 66.84 -.58 -15.2 FrankCov N FC 31.20 17.35 95 26.35 414 29.90 25.85 -.55 +27.0 FrankElec Q FELE .43 1.0 25 47.20 36.00 93 41.05 591 42.20 39.30 +.30 -10.6 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 16 44.30 30.30 44 32.10 232 33.30 31.55 -.50 -5.9tFrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.58 1 24.21 107 24.34 23.58 -.09 -4.5 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 28.92 1 33.10 97 33.74 32.91 -.68 +.2 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 27.20 0 28.24 7 28.45 27.89 -.14 -3.0 FrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 26.98 0 30.01 4 30.17 29.47 -.03 -1.8 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.33 25.55 28.17 13 28.33 28.13 -.46 -2.6tFrankRes N BEN .92f 2.8 11 47.65 32.91 4057 33.22 18400 34.55 32.91 -1.46 -23.3 FrkStPrp A FSP .76 9.2 10 12.71 7.94 378 8.25 1970 8.50 8.12 -.16 -23.2 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.7 12.13 11.09 71 11.11 294 11.17 11.09 -.06 -6.1 FrkUnv N FT .47 7.0 7.39 6.70 37 6.76 276 6.78 6.70 -5.7 FranksIntl N FI .30 5.4 10.37 4.93 893 5.51 4369 5.92 5.18 +.08 -17.1 FredsInc Q FRED .24 8.1 16.27 2.36 548 2.96 3036 3.24 2.76 -.03 -26.9 FrptMcM N FCX .20 1.2 14 20.25 11.05 16346 17.33 76670 18.11 16.62 -.24 -8.6 FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.6 20.46 12.17 101 13.69 519 14.10 13.13 +.29 -19.8 FreqElec Q FEIM 11.05 7.53 80 9.16 254 9.70 8.55 +.41 -2.1 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 41.56 154 50.44 786 51.18 49.61 -.64 -4.0 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.3 20 61.98 43.02 276 47.80 1077 48.42 44.82 +2.56 +.3 Freshpet Q FRPT 20.85 10.55 614 18.05 1753 18.40 15.75 +1.60 -4.7 FriedmInd A FRD .08 1.4 6.80 5.05 13 5.84 86 6.14 5.55 -.03 +2.8sFronteo Q FTEO 17.02 9.06 0 16.36 5 17.02 16.11 +.95 +30.8 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 79

FrontC pf Q FTRPR 11.13 91.8 29.69 7.68 119 12.12 838 12.64 11.00 +.63 +39.2 Frontr rs Q FTR 2.40 31.1 32.85 6.08 2120 7.72 14495 8.22 7.00 +.30 +14.2 Frontlne rs N FRO .60e 33 6.96 3.79 464 4.29 1936 4.56 4.29 -.14 -6.5 FuelTech Q FTEK 1.83 .71 52 1.39 554 1.45 1.20 +.19 +24.1 FuelCell rs Q FCEL 2.49 .80 577 1.80 3426 1.80 1.64 +.07 +5.9 FulgentG n Q FLGT 11.10 2.73 19 4.00 87 4.17 3.57 -8.7 FulingGbl n Q FORK 6.00 2.65 0 4.15 25 4.25 4.00 -.20 +5.1 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.10 49 3.07 185 3.34 3.02 -.14 -21.1tFullerHB N FUL .60 1.2 24 58.74 46.62 565 48.74 2750 50.19 46.62 -.99 -9.5 FultonFncl Q FULT .48f 2.8 17 19.90 16.45 872 17.35 4787 18.00 17.10 -.40 -3.1 Funko n Q FNKO 43 9.90 5.81 276 8.14 1023 8.35 7.88 -.07 +22.4 FusionTel Q FSNN 4.42 1.11 274 3.46 1802 3.66 2.95 +.23 -7.7 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.30 45 1.81 627 2.23 1.60 -.24 -56.6tFutureFuel N FF .24a 2.1 14 16.39 11.32 69 11.48 370 12.10 11.32 -.51 -18.5 FuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.35 7 3.13 19 3.56 2.90 +.22 +6.5G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 22 7.66 5.11 3 7.10 8 7.10 6.99 -1.3 G1Thera n Q GTHX 42.78 12.04 95 35.37 831 39.68 34.85 -1.68 +78.3tGAMCO s N GBL .08 .3 7 32.60 23.97 44 24.74 134 25.48 23.97 -.09 -16.6 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.6 14 73.25 56.00 397 66.95 1608 69.71 65.98 -1.54 +7.7 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 3 25.27 30 25.40 25.10 +.12 -3.8 GCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 50.38 252 51.67 1855 53.42 50.46 -1.19 -5.6sGCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .13e 24.20 18.40 33 23.74 294 24.20 23.22 +.39 +4.4 GCP ApT n N GCP 27 34.79 27.25 532 29.25 2309 30.05 28.15 +.20 -8.3tGDL Fund N GDL .64 6.9 10.38 9.14 29 9.31 174 9.44 9.14 -.01 -4.3 GDLFd pfB N GDLpB 1.50 3.0 50.80 49.99 1 50.06 8 50.06 50.01 +.05 -.5 GDS Hld n Q GDS .46p 31.77 6.90 349 24.97 3079 28.25 24.10 -2.48 +10.8 GGP Inc N GGP .88 4.3 30 24.37 18.83 6057 20.25 33674 20.62 20.16 -.21 -13.4 GGP Inc pfA N GGPpA 1.59 6.5 25.94 24.31 24.44 23 24.82 24.39 -.30 -3.2 GMAC CpT N ALLYpA 2.03 7.8 26.90 25.26 84 26.00 789 26.12 25.85 +.02 +.2 GMS Inc n N GMS 17 39.98 27.21 740 32.63 3338 33.70 29.16 +2.07 -13.3 GNC N GNC .80 22.5 3 10.95 3.13 2299 3.56 13216 3.92 3.45 -.30 -3.5 GP Strat N GPX 29 31.25 20.30 43 21.80 209 22.50 21.35 -.85 -6.0 GSE Sy A GVP 14 3.70 2.35 14 3.30 48 3.40 3.25 +.05 +1.5 GSI Tech Q GSIT 8.94 6.05 22 7.27 145 7.67 7.06 -.14 -8.7 GSV Cap Q GSVC 7 9.39 3.83 374 7.46 2290 7.75 7.11 -.08 +36.9 GTT Comm N GTT 62.32 24.95 359 53.55 1576 56.85 52.70 -3.15 +14.1 GTY Tch n Q GTYH 10.49 9.75 5 9.92 9 9.96 9.92 -.03 -.1 GTY Tc un Q GTYHU 11.00 10.10 0 10.34 18 10.35 10.31 -.01 +.3 G-III s Q GIII 31 40.96 18.00 599 39.12 4237 40.48 35.55 +1.44 +6.0 GTx Inc rs Q GTXI 23.40 2.73 38 17.90 330 19.00 16.83 +.15 +40.8 GW Pharm Q GWPH 143.37 92.65 172 110.82 1602 115.28 105.12 -1.85 -16.1 GWG Hldgs Q GWGH 11.00 7.60 1 8.25 10 8.76 8.25 -.25 -.8 GabCvInc N GCV .48 8.1 6.47 4.88 17 5.94 91 6.00 5.68 +.14 +.7 GabCv pfB N GCVpB 1.50 5.8 27.16 25.53 2 25.88 4 25.97 25.87 -.09 -2.3 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 6.0 24.97 20.70 223 21.89 1064 22.27 21.44 -.21 -6.5 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.8 27.49 25.26 0 25.52 5 25.82 25.40 -.11 -2.4 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.8 27.40 25.87 0 26.06 5 26.19 26.03 -.14 -1.1 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 1 25.15 8 25.15 25.01 +.13 -.8 GabelliET N GAB .60 9.9 6.65 5.87 948 6.04 4476 6.17 5.97 -.08 -2.4 GabllE pfD N GABpD 1.47 5.8 26.78 25.27 0 25.47 2 25.55 25.47 -2.4 GabllE pfG N GABpG 1.25 5.2 25.25 23.45 1 23.92 16 24.12 23.71 -.14 -3.1 Gabeli pfJ N GABpJ 26.72 24.42 4 25.02 11 25.27 25.00 -.23 -2.0tGabEq pfH N GABpH 1.25 5.2 25.34 22.50 4 24.04 30 24.25 22.50 -.04 -4.3 GabGSmM N GGZ 13.61 11.33 11 11.92 72 12.07 11.73 -.05 -6.4 GabGSm pfA N GGZpA 1.36 5.4 26.21 24.16 3 25.05 9 25.30 25.02 -.22 -1.7 GabGUtil A GLU 1.20 6.5 21.96 18.00 7 18.51 31 18.72 18.17 -.09 -13.1 GabGUtil pf A GLUpA 3.00 6.0 53.64 47.33 2 50.40 6 50.40 50.27 +.05 +.4 GabGoAn n A GGO 19.40 16.18 1 18.70 6 19.00 16.28 +1.47 +3.7tGabHlthW N GRX .52 5.5 10.97 9.12 55 9.37 218 9.56 9.12 -.13 -9.2 GabHlt pfA N GRXpA 1.44 5.6 26.91 25.02 0 25.54 3 25.56 25.33 -.03 -1.1 GabHlt pfB N GRXpB 1.47 5.7 27.57 25.49 1 25.78 2 25.83 25.73 +.00 -2.1 GabMultT N GGT .94e 10.2 10.09 8.08 77 9.25 346 9.42 9.12 -.02 +.5 GabMul pfE N GGTpE 25.30 22.97 0 23.90 12 24.00 23.66 -.08 -4.8 GabUtil N GUT .60 9.8 7.20 6.02 112 6.13 567 6.38 6.11 -.10 -13.7 GabUt pfA N GUTpA 1.41 5.6 26.50 24.89 1 25.20 5 25.30 25.18 +.05 -1.6 GabUtil pfC N GUTpC 26.19 24.54 1 24.98 12 25.26 24.79 +.01 -1.8 Gafisa rs N GFA 17.16 5.53 35 6.67 175 6.73 5.53 +.41 -47.1 Gaiam A Q GAIA 17.70 10.00 92 15.65 547 15.95 14.75 +.15 +26.2 Gain Cap N GCAP .24 3.4 13.26 5.56 533 6.97 2118 7.22 6.65 +.22 -30.3 Galapag n Q GLPG 121.09 72.90 126 94.88 670 99.99 93.01 -4.88 +1.2 GalectinTh Q GALT 6.74 1.28 260 4.68 3108 5.00 3.94 -.06 +40.1 Gallaghr N AJG 1.64f 2.4 25 72.77 54.50 932 67.09 5942 68.83 66.07 -1.64 +6.0 GalmedPh Q GLMD 6 12.22 3.61 14 6.00 250 6.13 4.84 +.43 -34.4 GamGldNR A GGN .84 17.1 5.84 4.80 374 4.91 2098 4.96 4.85 +.02 -5.8 GamGld pfB A GGNpB 1.25 5.3 25.30 22.78 4 23.52 12 23.58 23.22 -.06 -5.2 GamNRG&I N GNT .84 13.2 7.29 6.00 58 6.37 221 6.37 6.25 -5.1 GamNR pfA N GNTpA 1.30 5.5 26.27 22.77 5 23.80 17 24.04 23.59 -.05 -4.8 GameStop N GME 1.52 11.3 25.31 12.20 4238 13.43 32882 13.66 12.50 +.81 -25.2 Gam&Lsr n Q GLPI 2.52f 7.5 19 39.32 32.51 1000 33.72 5698 33.94 32.63 +.25 -8.9 GamngPtrs Q GPIC .12e 12.50 9.13 3 9.80 7 10.00 9.50 -.04 -12.8 Gannett n N GCI .64 7.0 12.38 7.36 1877 9.17 16242 10.12 9.04 -.81 -20.9 Gap N GPS .97f 3.1 15 35.68 21.02 4979 30.84 21371 32.23 30.19 -.36 -8.8 GardDnv n N GDI 38.00 19.91 847 29.83 3797 31.32 28.97 -.85 -12.1 Garmin Q GRMN 2.04 3.5 16 65.96 48.50 749 58.42 4677 59.79 57.29 -.51 -1.9 GarrisnCap Q GARS 1.12 13.6 8 9.88 7.77 13 8.22 116 8.25 8.10 +.10 +1.4 Gartner N IT 35 142.16 108.44 680 116.29 3151 119.35 115.04 -1.33 -5.6 GasLogPt N GLOP 2.09f 8.7 11 25.55 21.80 86 24.05 444 24.35 23.05 +.75 -2.8 GasLPt pfA N GLOPpA 27.24 25.06 11 25.82 79 25.83 25.51 +.15 -1.1 GasLog N GLOG .56 3.3 45 22.55 12.75 416 16.80 1466 17.35 16.00 +.35 -24.5 GasLog pfA N GLOGpA 2.19 8.1 27.63 25.06 2 26.90 18 26.90 26.18 +.14 +1.1 GastarExp A GST 1.66 .38 949 .62 3747 .70 .58 -.06 -40.6 Gastar pfA A GSTpA 2.16 13.0 21.32 6.40 33 16.65 78 17.48 16.38 -.60 -7.1 Gastar pfB A GSTpB 2.69 14.5 23.86 8.46 13 18.55 31 19.06 18.25 -.05 -1.7 GatesInd n N GTES 37 18.72 16.60 316 16.98 2024 17.58 16.60 -.53 -6.1 GazitGlobe N GZT .37e 3.9 11.00 9.01 145 9.65 160 10.15 9.33 -.17 -8.4tGeeGroup A JOB 7.00 2.45 2 2.36 37 2.72 2.24 -.28 -15.1tGemphire n Q GEMP 21.59 5.87 32 6.09 265 6.75 5.87 -.42 -23.3 GencoSh rs N GNK 16.29 8.47 74 14.33 567 15.00 13.70 +.11 +7.6 Gencor s Q GENC 41 18.45 14.88 19 15.85 81 16.10 15.60 -.25 -4.2 Generac N GNRC 18 53.78 33.77 293 45.30 1840 46.47 44.00 -.61 -8.5 GAInv N GAM 1.15e 1.0 36.59 32.20 59 33.34 208 33.94 32.60 -.13 -3.1 GAInv pfB N GAMpB 1.49 5.7 27.11 25.65 2 25.94 8 25.94 25.80 +.03 -2.4 GnCable N BGC .72 2.4 37 30.18 14.95 483 29.40 5038 29.80 29.20 -.20 -.7 GenDynam N GD 3.36 1.6 23 230.00 185.64 1494 215.74 10054 222.03 213.77 -5.16 +6.0 GenElec N GE .48 3.7 30.54 12.73 62808 13.06 314479 13.56 12.79 -.42 -25.3 GECap5-53 N GEK 1.18 4.7 25.86 22.61 21 24.77 144 24.95 24.66 +.12 -.8sGenFin Q GFN 7.60 4.50 39 7.55 885 7.60 7.05 +.30 +11.0 GenFin 21 Q GFNSL 2.03 7.8 26.50 24.08 0 25.98 13 25.98 25.55 +.35 +2.9tGenMills N GIS 1.96 4.3 12 60.69 43.84 6324 45.47 38222 45.98 43.84 +.41 -23.3 GenMoly A GMO .53 .28 54 .39 472 .40 .36 +.01 +18.5 GenMotors N GM 1.52 4.0 46.76 31.92 14712 37.68 78701 38.48 35.23 +1.34 -8.1 Gener8M n N GNRT 6.94 4.17 309 5.82 1897 5.99 5.46 +.17 -12.1 Gensco N GCO 13 55.90 20.90 455 44.00 1543 45.40 38.60 +3.40 +35.4 GenesWyo N GWR 23 84.40 61.44 536 68.43 4069 71.33 67.62 -2.36 -13.1 GenesisEn N GEL 2.88f 14.4 28 33.52 18.42 444 19.95 2546 20.48 19.51 +.24 -10.7 GenesisHlt N GEN .24 17.6 2.68 .60 1386 1.36 3888 1.53 1.20 -.15 +78.2 GeneticT rs Q GENE 2.05 .70 8 1.13 96 1.16 1.02 +.09 -2.6tGenieEn n N GNE .30 7.5 8.31 3.87 178 4.00 643 4.99 3.86 -.99 -8.3 GenieE pfA N GNEpA .64 8.7 7.94 7.02 1 7.30 39 7.47 7.26 -.10 -.5 GeniusBr n Q GNUS 5.01 2.01 2 2.87 67 2.95 2.68 +.07 +5.5 GenMark Q GNMK 13.67 3.63 151 5.35 1066 5.53 4.95 -.09 +28.3 GenoceaB Q GNCA 7.29 .79 1290 .94 5518 1.04 .92 -.11 -19.0 Genomic Q GHDX 37.50 26.54 127 30.93 765 32.59 30.04 -.36 -9.6 Genpact N G .30f 20 34.79 23.51 560 31.34 3285 32.46 31.17 -.65 -1.3stGenprex n Q GNPX 5.50 3.84 242 5.45 369 5.89 3.84 +.75 +16.0sGentex Q GNTX .44f 1.9 19 24.07 16.59 2063 23.68 10633 24.08 22.58 +.77 +13.0 Gentherm Q THRM 28 40.80 29.50 224 35.00 920 35.85 33.60 +1.05 +10.2 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88f 3.2 21 107.75 79.86 1418 89.26 4812 91.10 85.80 -.58 -6.1 Genworth N GNW 2 4.23 2.67 1847 2.75 10006 2.92 2.72 -.08 -11.6 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 8.7 13 34.32 19.05 846 21.51 3969 21.90 19.46 +1.04 -8.9sGeoPark N GPRK 12.80 6.48 232 12.17 1322 12.80 12.04 -.23 +22.8 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 13 24.27 138 24.81 24.19 -.29 -5.2 GeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.18 58 9.90 386 10.24 9.46 +.03 -23.7 Gerdau N GGB .02e .4 5.32 2.60 10356 4.73 34681 4.89 4.49 +.07 +27.2 GerABcp s Q GABC .60f 1.8 19 39.02 29.75 29 33.34 342 34.45 32.50 -.01 -5.6 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 14.70 21 19.24 117 19.55 18.92 -.29 -1.0 GeronCp Q GERN 6.68 1.74 5366 3.48 33630 4.26 3.43 -.77 +93.3 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 5.0 14 29.89 22.68 137 25.35 699 25.86 24.62 +.13 -6.7tGevo rs Q GEVO 1.23 .38 75 .46 1513 .47 .38 -.00 -22.0 Gibraltar Q ROCK 18 41.40 25.61 127 34.00 1035 35.25 32.90 +.15 +3.0 GigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 10 9.79 49 9.80 9.72 +.02 +1.6tGigaMda rs Q GIGM 4.37 2.36 9 2.75 235 2.90 2.36 -.08 -9.5 GilatSatell Q GILT 9.22 4.12 13 8.15 63 8.95 7.92 -.67 +5.4 Gildan s N GIL .45f 1.5 17 34.19 26.42 405 29.13 1780 29.71 28.31 +.24 -9.8 GileadSci Q GILD 2.28f 3.1 8 89.54 63.76 6434 73.41 40460 75.98 71.87 -1.98 +2.5 GlacierBc Q GBCI .92f 2.5 21 41.24 31.38 345 37.55 1642 38.79 37.12 -.83 -4.7 GladstnCap Q GLAD .84 9.7 10 10.12 7.80 85 8.65 461 8.81 8.59 +.05 -6.1 Gladst24 pf Q GLADN 1.50 6.1 26.14 24.65 8 24.74 54 25.08 24.67 -.22 -4.3 GladstnCm Q GOOD 1.50 8.7 23.35 16.78 85 17.33 558 17.65 16.86 -.01 -17.7 GladCm pfA Q GOODP 1.94 7.3 27.25 25.25 0 26.46 10 26.65 25.94 +.43 +.2 Gladstn pfB Q GOODO 1.88 7.3 27.80 25.27 3 25.82 25 26.20 25.59 -.42 -1.0 GladCm pfD Q GOODM 1.75 7.0 26.27 24.56 3 24.94 39 24.98 24.78 +.12 -3.7 GladstInv Q GAIN .78f 7.6 15 11.50 8.90 102 10.29 588 10.39 10.00 +.19 -7.8 GladInv pfB Q GAINO 1.69 6.7 26.07 25.12 3 25.21 10 25.29 25.15 -.04 -.5 GladInv pfC Q GAINN 1.63 6.4 26.98 25.16 0 25.34 5 25.38 25.30 -.04 -.4 GldsInv pf D Q GAINM 1.56 6.1 26.35 25.07 2 25.40 9 25.50 25.25 +.06 -.8 GladstLnd Q LAND .53f 4.1 95 14.29 10.77 77 12.78 739 12.81 12.05 +.70 -4.8 GladLnd pfA Q LANDP 1.59 6.2 26.94 25.50 0 25.73 9 25.73 25.60 -.01 -.5 Glatfelter N GLT .52 2.5 16 23.85 16.53 76 20.80 556 21.30 19.96 +.40 -2.4 Glaukos n N GKOS 50.50 23.08 255 31.38 1824 32.54 30.46 +.55 +22.3 GlaxoSKln N GSK 2.89e 7.2 44.54 34.52 3990 39.93 16723 40.32 38.57 +.86 +12.6 GlenBurnie Q GLBZ .40 3.3 23 13.42 10.34 1 12.06 3 12.10 11.95 -.04 +9.1 GblBldT n Q GBT 68.05 24.03 589 41.65 3840 48.00 41.15 -6.65 +5.8 GblBrCopp N BRSS .24 .7 12 36.50 27.50 116 32.30 745 33.80 32.00 -1.15 -2.4tGblEagEnt Q ENT 3.84 1.03 624 1.16 5029 1.52 1.03 -.31 -49.3 GlbIndem Q GBLI 22 49.91 32.22 13 39.28 72 39.58 34.18 +4.76 -6.5 GlbIndm 45 Q GBLIZ 1.94 7.6 26.24 24.95 4 25.68 25 25.87 25.68 -.10 -.7 GlbIndem 47 Q GBLIL 1.97 7.7 26.24 24.65 1 25.58 20 25.69 25.52 -.05 -1.2 GlbMed n N GMRE .20p 10.25 6.34 102 6.97 632 7.16 6.72 +.02 -15.0 GlMed pfA N GMREpA 1.88 7.6 25.82 23.50 5 24.70 28 25.05 24.64 +.09 -2.4 GlobNetL n N GNL .94 5.5 28 24.35 15.55 556 17.30 3459 17.63 16.82 +.60 -15.9 GlNetL pfA N GNLpA 1.81 7.3 25.97 24.42 6 24.72 50 25.13 24.62 +.26 -3.7tGlobPtrs N GLP 1.85 11.9 20.87 15.17 44 15.55 188 15.83 15.17 +.20 -6.9 GlobPay s N GPN .04 37 118.94 76.47 839 108.77 5189 112.63 107.38 -2.75 +8.5 GlSlfStor n Q SELF .26 6.2 5.19 4.14 26 4.22 78 4.44 4.18 -.20 -8.5 GlbShipLs N GSL .40 35.1 1.94 .97 46 1.14 499 1.14 1.05 +.04 -1.7 GlbShip pfB N GSLpB 2.19 9.0 25.36 20.00 0 24.30 14 24.59 24.11 -.02 +1.6 GlWatRs n Q GWRS .28 3.2 10.00 8.40 15 8.96 56 9.19 8.80 -.01 -4.1 GlbXNordic N GXF .83e 3.8 24.68 20.15 5 22.08 19 22.37 21.86 -.50 -2.7 GbXSpDvE N SDEM .63e 17.90 15.17 6 16.63 62 17.04 16.56 -.50 +2.1 GbXSpdvRE Q SRET 1.24 8.7 15.88 13.72 18 14.32 138 14.40 14.16 -.05 -7.9 GblXEffic N EFFE .16p 27.69 24.99 25.94 2 25.94 25.90 -.30 -2.6 GblXPortgl N PGAL .36e 2.9 13.10 10.00 43 12.29 129 12.45 12.09 +.03 +3.4 GblXColum N GXG .41e 3.8 11.37 9.24 67 10.75 394 10.84 10.30 +.27 +7.3 GblXEmFtr N EMFM .40e 1.7 26.16 20.60 0 24.11 5 24.36 23.83 -.39 +.5tGbXMLP&E N MLPX .60 5.1 15.02 11.36 488 11.81 1953 12.03 11.36 +.04 -13.1 GblXChMat N CHIM .24e 1.2 24.12 15.71 1 20.52 2 21.06 20.30 -.48 -1.6 GblXArg N ARGT .09e .3 38.46 27.40 46 35.60 371 36.21 34.81 -.08 +.8 GblXSDvUS N DIV 1.93 8.0 25.98 23.43 47 24.19 287 24.36 23.69 +.16 -5.5 GXSupInPf N SPFF .99 8.4 13.07 11.70 284 11.76 696 11.92 11.76 -.13 -3.3 GblXGuru N GURU .28e 1.0 31.88 25.49 5 29.29 28 30.14 28.99 -.56 -1.4 GbXGreece N GREK .13e 1.3 11.56 7.89 483 9.79 3143 9.95 9.42 +.09 -4.8 GblXChCon N CHIQ .12e .7 19.96 13.10 51 18.31 431 18.65 18.01 -.40 -1.9 GblXSocM Q SOCL 39.03 24.46 52 33.43 293 34.39 32.50 -1.18 +1.5 GblX MLP N MLPA .90e 10.7 11.72 8.14 940 8.43 5544 8.63 8.23 -.07 -14.6 GblXFertil N SOIL .25e 2.5 11.01 9.00 3 10.06 13 10.22 9.92 +.09 -4.5 GblXChiEn N CHIE .41e 3.4 12.48 10.42 0 11.97 8 12.03 11.53 +.12 +5.4 GblXSupDv N SDIV 1.42e 6.6 22.60 20.09 288 20.68 1391 20.89 20.27 -.03 -5.1 GlbXChiFn N CHIX .34e 1.9 21.04 14.11 9 18.02 80 18.54 17.98 -.49 +.1 GbXSEAsia N ASEA .42e 2.4 18.44 14.02 7 17.54 26 17.92 17.27 -.14 +3.2 GblXPakist N PAK 19.23 12.15 31 13.48 114 13.54 13.02 +.39 +8.9 GblXChiInd N CHII .35e 2.4 16.58 13.44 14.73 6 14.81 14.10 +.14 -3.6 GblXNorway N NORW .83e 6.1 14.44 10.87 70 13.67 819 13.86 13.46 -.09 +4.1 GbXNsChiT Q QQQC .07e .2 34.11 22.11 2 29.24 48 30.49 28.74 -1.23 -5.3 GblXScUS n N SCIU 32.53 27.46 12 30.54 121 31.10 30.08 -.35 -1.2 GblXScEu n N SCID 29.75 24.11 3 27.80 6 28.01 27.48 -.04 +.3 GblXScAs n N SCIX 27.08 23.55 3 25.55 7 25.85 25.50 -.21 -1.3 GblXScJp n N SCIJ 33.72 27.49 3 30.89 7 31.42 30.76 -.40 -2.5 GbX US pf n N PFFD 26.22 23.70 11 24.26 65 24.57 24.23 -.24 -2.5 GbXNigeria N NGE .31e 1.3 27.10 14.65 15 23.24 44 23.93 23.05 -.49 +7.0 GbX US Inf N PAVE 17.80 13.80 43 15.74 214 16.25 15.50 -.31 -6.2 GblFound n N BOSS 20.72 15.05 1 17.91 5 18.34 17.72 -.15 +3.4 GblX SupDv Q EFAS 19.06 16.36 0 17.63 4 17.69 17.42 +.04 -2.7 GblXYldco Q YLCO .51 4.4 12.89 11.30 1 11.70 135 11.77 11.62 +.01 -7.0 GblX Rob n Q BOTZ 27.42 16.90 1833 22.95 6612 24.13 22.87 -1.24 -3.2 GlbXCon ef Q KRMA 20.83 16.62 2 19.05 24 19.65 18.84 -.40 -1.9 GblXMilTh Q MILN 21.10 16.36 4 19.70 43 20.12 19.19 -.28 +2.3 GbX Longv Q LNGR 21.38 16.90 2 19.34 36 20.01 19.15 -.25 -.5 GlX Intrn n Q SNSR 21.41 17.21 18 19.44 168 20.10 19.15 -.58 -2.1sGbX HlthW Q BFIT 17.71 15.43 3 17.83 6 17.92 17.30 +.43 +7.0 GblXSupdiv Q ALTY 1.25 8.7 16.00 14.06 5 14.45 29 14.58 14.37 -.02 -5.6 GlX Fintc n Q FINX 24.62 16.06 14 22.72 295 23.43 22.17 -.66 +3.5 GlbXCop rs N COPX .43e 1.7 29.34 19.28 12 25.70 160 26.61 25.24 -.28 -6.0 GlbXSilv rs N SIL 38.55 28.21 102 30.35 555 31.03 30.13 -.37 -7.0 GlbXLith rs N LIT 41.21 28.00 211 32.70 2343 33.30 31.50 -.28 -15.6 GbX Gold rs N GOEX 25.21 20.08 18 21.96 49 22.05 21.17 +.42 -5.8 GbXUran rs N URA 16.36 11.81 386 12.74 1801 13.09 11.90 +.67 -15.3 GlXCatholc Q CATH 35.58 28.40 31 32.06 169 32.85 31.47 -.65 -2.6 GlblScape A GSB .06 1.7 20 5.51 3.27 29 3.54 106 3.71 3.47 -.14 -.3tGlobalstar A GSAT 2.59 .53 5343 .55 32690 .70 .53 -.14 -58.2 GlobantSA N GLOB 56 54.84 33.56 268 47.76 2786 51.44 46.46 -3.78 +2.8 GlobusM rs Q GLBS 4.96 .71 109 .73 588 .80 .73 -.01 -36.3 GlobusMed N GMED 44 52.18 27.79 530 49.53 3084 50.65 47.87 -.29 +20.5 Glowpoint A GLOW .65 .19 104 .22 786 .23 .21 -.00 -38.9 GluMobile Q GLUU 4.95 2.21 1015 3.66 8089 3.77 3.58 -.11 +.5 GlycoMim Q GLYC 26.05 3.82 745 15.49 3772 17.39 15.42 -.74 -7.7 GoDaddy n N GDDY 86 64.49 36.02 1137 59.86 8904 61.75 57.49 -1.56 +19.1tGogo Q GOGO 14.76 8.02 1153 8.49 4432 8.81 8.02 -.14 -24.7sGolLinhs s N GOL 13.60 4.13 1123 14.11 2237 14.44 11.96 +1.12 +61.1 GolLNGLtd Q GLNG .20 .7 31.64 19.32 1018 28.05 4771 28.98 26.47 +.69 -5.9tGolLNGPt Q GMLP 2.31 13.1 23.49 16.78 249 17.57 1067 17.78 16.78 +.46 -22.9 GolrLNG pf Q GMLPP 2.19 8.6 26.70 24.92 2 25.35 44 25.45 25.19 +.02 -2.6 GoldFLtd N GFI .02e .5 4.70 3.06 3036 3.90 16468 4.11 3.78 -.12 -9.3 GoldResrc A GORO .02 .5 55 5.05 3.08 187 4.40 1044 4.63 4.36 -.11 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.14 1.25 186 1.63 1108 1.68 1.60 -6.9 Goldcrp g N GG .24 1.7 19 15.63 11.64 3614 14.05 23813 14.18 13.69 +.23 +10.0stGoldBull n Q DNJR 4.90 4.40 65 4.75 199 5.22 4.40 +.25 +.2 GoldenEnt Q GDEN 22 34.75 12.90 336 24.58 1616 25.45 22.65 +1.35 -24.7 GoldenMin A AUMN .68 .36 85 .42 444 .44 .40 +.01 -3.9 GoldenOc rs Q GOGL .10e 9.95 5.43 141 7.28 807 7.95 7.00 -.67 -10.7tGoldStr g A GSS 5 .92 .56 1372 .58 6339 .60 .56 -.01 -34.8 GldFld A GV 10 6.38 3.60 177 4.00 641 4.10 3.70 +.15 -18.4 GoldS pfJ N GSpJ 1.38 5.2 28.35 25.43 41 26.62 322 26.69 26.44 -.01 +.4tGS BDC n N GSBD 1.80 9.5 10 25.14 18.78 96 18.96 789 19.40 18.78 -.17 -14.5 GS ActbtInt N GSIE 32.48 25.91 57 29.74 519 30.03 29.22 -.10 -.9 GS ActEM N GEM 39.44 29.50 132 35.85 647 36.72 35.41 -.76 +.1 GS ActEur N GSEU .60e 33.94 27.44 4 31.51 18 31.76 30.89 -.01 -.6 GS ActJpn N GSIY 36.02 28.68 2 33.75 8 34.25 33.51 -.11 +.3 GS US LgC N GSEW 46.27 40.58 7 42.40 73 43.34 41.66 -.73 -2.5tGS HYBd n N GHYB 50.32 48.05 1 48.33 7 48.44 48.05 -.29 -2.4 GS CpBd n N GIGB 50.44 48.16 2 48.64 70 48.70 48.49 -.12 -3.1 GS ActLgC N GSLC 57.42 46.16 144 52.68 1355 53.98 51.69 -.73 -1.3tGS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 105.09 99.91 70 100.02 825 100.05 99.91 -.06 GS Indus n N GVIP 57.97 44.92 7 52.52 101 53.83 51.80 -1.05 -.8 GS SCap n N GSSC 45.33 39.39 4 42.67 19 43.82 42.14 -.54 -1.5 GSCI37 N GSC 25.60 17.55 24.28 19 24.83 24.27 -.42 +1.2 GoldmanS N GS 2.60 1.0 29 275.31 209.62 3621 249.97 14450 258.00 243.77 -1.89 -1.9 GoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.6 30.09 26.86 17 28.43 179 28.59 28.25 -.10 -.5 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 65 26.53 438 26.81 26.30 -.29 -4.7 GoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 5.9 27.27 25.20 8 26.16 56 26.16 25.62 +.52 +1.1 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.4 24.21 21.52 7 23.36 39 23.67 23.18 -.31 +2.7 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.2 24.46 21.25 18 22.86 183 22.98 22.53 -.08 +1.4 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.5 24.16 21.46 38 22.72 370 22.96 22.57 -.15 +.6 GS MLPEn N GER .64 11.0 8.29 5.25 236 5.81 1180 5.91 5.53 +.07 -5.5tGS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 17.6 10.93 7.55 121 7.83 807 8.03 7.55 +.06 -12.4 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 7.1 12 20.50 17.35 142 17.95 596 18.12 17.80 +.06 -1.4 GoodTimes Q GTIM 3.78 2.25 24 3.55 116 3.60 3.05 +.50 +34.0 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.50 8.20 14 11.19 82 11.50 10.31 +.22 +2.6tGoodyear Q GT .56 2.1 9 36.74 25.88 4593 26.81 18460 27.99 25.88 +.23 -17.0tGoPro Q GPRO 11.89 4.42 1829 4.88 13980 5.05 4.42 +.09 -35.5 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 11.24 9.30 10.04 5 10.04 9.98 +.04 +1.0 GoresHl un Q GSHTU 10.75 10.10 0 10.56 39 10.72 10.56 -.13 +1.9 GormanR N GRC .50 1.7 26 33.50 23.55 43 29.40 287 30.42 28.35 +.15 -5.8tGovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 14.0 20 22.99 12.41 1195 12.28 6500 13.75 12.25 -1.38 -33.8 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.9 26.37 24.28 8 25.03 90 25.39 24.93 -.33 -3.1tvjGrace N GRA .96f 1.6 18 77.37 58.48 1054 61.68 4129 63.30 58.48 +.45 -12.0 Graco s N GGG .53 1.2 14 49.69 30.80 708 45.09 4313 46.43 44.14 -.63 -.3 GrahamCp N GHM .36 1.7 15 24.03 17.97 89 21.62 322 21.98 20.75 +.20 +3.3 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 22 615.85 536.90 19 599.10 174 612.38 581.00 -3.15 +7.3 Graingr N GWW 5.12 1.8 28 298.15 155.00 847 286.67 4186 296.97 273.22 +4.40 +21.3 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 6.9 27.76 24.41 0 25.95 6 25.95 25.45 +.30 -3.6 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 6.8 31.26 21.12 938 21.95 4862 22.19 21.19 +.22 -17.7 GranTrra g A GTE 3.00 1.93 1713 2.72 6056 2.84 2.65 -.07 +.7 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 8.1 5.15 2.25 126 3.10 366 3.11 2.86 +.06 +8.8 GrCanyEd Q LOPE 25 109.82 68.77 264 106.67 1190 107.71 102.18 +1.75 +19.1 GraniteC N GVA .52 .9 33 68.58 45.14 231 55.29 1648 58.43 53.21 -.57 -12.8 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.52f 9.0 19.30 16.15 236 16.86 1353 17.02 16.50 +.32 -5.0 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.10 35.17 1 39.51 5 39.96 39.08 +.01 +1.1 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 123.68 0 133.18 6 134.14 132.18 +.89 +2.2 GranCom n N COMB 27.07 24.80 3 25.83 85 26.08 25.55 -.21 -1.3 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 1 27.96 6 28.35 27.87 -.33 +1.0 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.0 16 16.74 12.65 3054 15.37 13101 15.79 14.88 +.02 -.5 Gravity rs Q GRVY 40 108.97 13.18 5 76.98 72 84.50 76.04 -6.34 -18.5tGrayTelev N GTN 7 17.80 11.70 3059 12.00 7210 12.90 11.65 -.70 -28.4tGrayTvA N GTN/A 15 15.30 10.40 0 10.10 3 10.90 10.10 -.65 -29.6 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 8.9 9 15.40 12.27 19 13.54 143 13.63 13.35 -.01 -2.0 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.8 11.55 8.76 10 9.25 50 9.58 9.11 +.03 -6.0 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.4 25.90 24.75 2 25.44 9 25.47 25.20 +.04 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.9 24.80 24.16 3 24.41 12 24.41 24.21 +.06 -.2 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 3.10 9 3.95 66 4.00 3.70 -.05 -2.5 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.70 3.60 103 4.50 702 4.75 4.38 -.10 -16.7 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.64 1.06 203 1.17 1837 1.21 1.14 -9.3 GtPlainEn N GXP 1.10 3.5 15 34.72 27.60 1755 31.00 8530 31.97 30.84 -.79 -3.8 GrtSoBc Q GSBC 1.12f 2.2 14 58.45 47.25 14 50.00 112 51.40 48.60 +.05 -3.2 GrtWstBcp N GWB .80 2.1 15 45.62 33.27 200 38.78 1513 40.32 38.36 -1.49 -2.6 GreenBncp Q GNBC 19 24.40 15.90 227 22.55 889 22.95 21.60 +.30 +11.1 GreenBrick Q GRBK 16 12.20 8.20 16 10.55 106 11.00 9.85 -.35 -6.6 GreenDot N GDOT 43 69.37 32.22 438 61.74 1612 64.25 61.45 -2.42 +2.5 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.9 23 26.05 15.60 368 16.43 2435 16.85 15.75 -.38 -2.5 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.88f 10.7 10 21.00 16.50 11 17.50 148 17.90 17.25 +.10 -6.4stGreenTrH n N GHG 13.05 12.50 151 12.68 693 13.05 12.26 -2.1 GreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.9 12 54.45 41.45 1548 47.60 5062 50.75 46.50 -2.65 -10.7 GrCB NY s Q GCBC .39 1.1 28 38.00 22.16 4 36.40 20 37.05 35.50 -.30 +11.7 Greenhill N GHL .20 1.1 29.05 13.80 532 18.55 2170 19.43 18.00 +.05 -4.9 Greenlight Q GLRE 23.15 15.10 227 15.45 1490 15.95 15.25 -.60 -23.1 Greif A N GEF 1.68 3.1 18 65.60 47.97 285 54.25 1283 54.83 51.41 +2.00 -10.4 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.3 19 71.95 52.50 3 58.95 33 60.20 56.30 +.70 -15.0 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 6.76 279 8.10 1360 8.73 7.74 -.07 -11.5sGriffin Q GRIF .40f 1.1 30 37.90 27.71 2 37.81 16 37.90 37.27 +.28 +3.0tGriffon N GFF .28f 1.5 19 25.15 17.45 167 18.65 637 19.15 17.45 +.40 -8.4 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .38e 1.9 25.18 18.77 714 20.22 3671 21.49 20.07 -.98 -11.8 Group1 N GPI 1.00f 1.6 8 84.47 51.62 249 62.18 1256 65.35 59.72 -3.16 -12.4 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 2.90 2855 4.37 27765 4.43 4.15 +.03 -14.3 GrubHub N GRUB 112.41 33.76 1554 97.09 7115 101.97 94.08 -4.38 +35.2 GAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 2.7 119.87 87.66 42 104.03 364 104.95 98.41 +4.39 +1.2 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 4.3 19 52.51 37.45 53 39.78 238 40.47 38.46 +.37 -4.1 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 229.45 165.93 73 169.76 414 172.51 166.19 -.81 -7.0 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 4.6 9.51 7.76 52 8.74 1150 8.84 8.22 +.46 +2.8 GrpoFin Q GGAL .12e .2 73.45 36.09 147 66.46 978 67.38 62.52 +.70 +.9 GpoSimec A SIM 13.00 8.97 3 9.68 10 10.30 9.11 +.58 +3.5 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 16.11 156 30.57 1399 31.55 29.72 +.23 +4.3 GpTelevisa N TV 27.37 14.20 3314 18.16 15877 18.20 15.71 +2.20 -2.7 GuangRy N GSH .62e 2.2 37.43 24.43 3 27.70 12 29.42 27.70 -1.92 -17.1 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 2.3 20 30.42 23.50 151 28.35 571 28.95 27.75 +2.5 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.7 22 37.36 28.00 18 33.85 112 34.95 32.32 +.54 +10.4 GuarFBc Q GFED .48 2.1 16 23.71 15.89 0 23.20 3 23.50 23.10 -.18 +3.9sGuess N GES .90 4.0 22.98 9.56 1141 22.68 9781 23.20 20.40 +2.17 +34.4 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.7 23.32 20.97 18 21.55 147 21.71 21.50 +.05 -5.2 Gug 27Cp n N BSCR 20.12 19.11 19.23 19 19.34 19.20 -.10 -3.8 Gug 25Cp n N BSJP 25.23 23.92 6 24.07 32 24.12 23.93 -.07 -3.2 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 10.1 24.03 21.08 51 21.63 187 21.72 21.08 +.19 -1.4 GuggChina N YAO .54e 1.5 39.91 27.10 35.63 72 35.82 34.75 -.53 +2.0 GugSPEW N RSP 1.31e 1.3 107.44 89.54 737 98.14 4150 100.00 96.37 -1.34 -2.9 GugRus50 N XLG 3.03e 1.6 204.48 164.87 23 184.20 252 187.47 180.14 -2.56 -3.1 GugSPVal N RPV 1.18e 1.8 71.34 57.12 55 64.18 383 65.28 62.49 -.43 -3.2 GugSPGth N RPG .59e .5 117.34 88.10 109.46 624 109.72 105.84 -.32 +4.4 GugS&P100 N OEW 35.08 27.88 31.88 12 31.96 30.65 -.06 -2.9 GuEqWREst N EWRE .27e 28.67 23.75 26.03 11 26.03 25.42 +.18 -6.2 GugMCVal N RFV .86e 1.3 73.80 59.99 4 65.19 21 65.87 63.40 -.76 -6.6 GugMC400E N EWMC 67.95 56.98 62.70 8 62.70 61.30 -.32 -2.5 GugSC600E N EWSC 58.12 47.01 53.61 6 53.61 52.75 -.43 -1.5 GugMCGth N RFG .75e .5 167.46 132.54 6 155.08 102 157.44 152.16 -3.05 +.6 GugSCVal N RZV .67e .9 76.68 60.09 4 70.78 136 72.08 67.71 +.52 -3.2 GugTotRet N GTO 53.54 50.85 52.26 35 52.50 52.04 -.06 -1.0 GugUtil N RYU 2.62e 3.2 91.25 77.44 82.64 54 82.96 81.45 +.07 -3.6 GugSCGth N RZG .56e .5 122.75 96.71 17 114.05 116 116.02 111.62 -1.07 -.4 GugTech N RYT 1.09e .7 163.73 118.33 83 147.21 469 151.21 146.11 -4.10 +3.0 RydxMatls N RTM 1.19e 1.1 118.47 93.42 32 105.06 492 107.00 102.87 -1.19 -6.8 GugIndls N RGI .84e .7 127.94 102.08 118.81 89 118.86 115.00 -.57 -1.5 GugHlthC N RYH .75e .4 199.28 157.13 179.20 54 179.20 173.15 -.49 -.2 GugFncl N RYF .93e 2.1 47.40 36.56 43.81 389 43.91 42.32 -.06 -.7 GugEngy N RYE .79e 1.5 63.47 48.58 53.97 61 54.05 52.00 -.44 -7.4 GugConStp N RHS 2.05e 1.6 138.61 119.71 126.70 153 127.22 122.79 +.08 -5.2 GugCnsDis N RCD 1.12e 1.1 108.68 89.16 2 97.66 97 99.02 94.90 -.74 -2.4 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 11.7 9.42 7.72 178 8.23 975 8.44 8.11 -.11 -7.5 GugChinTc N CQQQ .60e 1.0 67.24 41.12 117 57.39 822 59.52 56.37 -2.43 -5.3 GugWater N CGW .48e 1.4 36.40 31.07 33.82 412 34.08 33.25 -.26 -4.8 GugCdnEn N ENY .49e 6.4 8.98 7.25 13 7.70 120 7.81 7.27 +.24 -8.3tGugSPHiInf N GHII 1.03e 4.1 29.49 24.90 3 25.37 37 25.65 24.90 -.01 -8.0 GugSolar N TAN .83e 3.4 26.70 17.00 83 24.38 621 25.02 23.55 -.18 -3.0tGugShippg N SEA 1.48e 14.2 12.60 10.31 10.45 116 10.49 10.31 -.06 -10.0 GugIntMult N HGI .59e 3.5 18.58 15.90 16.88 11 17.00 16.62 -.09 -3.2 GugChinSC N HAO .76e 2.5 33.23 24.27 11 30.44 68 31.48 29.95 -.58 +2.9 GugChRe N TAO .40e 1.3 33.38 23.21 30.32 370 30.63 29.63 +.10 +5.7 GugGTimb N CUT .52e 1.6 33.90 26.30 32.72 90 32.72 31.85 +2.9 Gug BRIC N EEB .41e 1.1 42.00 30.84 9 37.66 209 38.60 37.16 -.96 +.9 Gug 26CpBd N BSCQ 19.98 18.75 18.95 20 19.07 18.93 -.06 -3.8 Gug 24HYBd N BSJO 26.07 24.64 24.81 26 24.93 24.67 -.13 -3.2 GugDJIADv N DJD .02p 36.38 29.37 32.96 15 32.96 31.82 -.02 -3.5 GugHYBd23 N BSJN .15e 27.06 25.48 25.87 75 25.89 25.70 -.08 -1.9 GugCpBd25 N BSCP 20.95 19.83 19.96 62 20.07 19.92 -.07 -3.6 GugInsidr N NFO .90e 1.4 65.75 53.13 63.14 4 63.19 61.60 -.24 +1.9 GugBlt22HY N BSJM 1.27 5.2 25.59 24.17 24.49 250 24.56 24.32 -.02 -1.7 GugB21HY N BSJL 1.27 5.2 25.32 24.12 24.58 985 24.68 24.36 -.07 -1.4 GugBlt24CB N BSCO .58 2.9 21.17 20.09 20.19 226 20.29 20.12 -.08 -3.3 GugBlt23CB N BSCN .65 3.2 21.34 20.20 20.32 157 20.40 20.25 -.08 -2.4 GugBlt22CB N BSCM .58e 2.8 21.72 20.62 20.69 354 20.79 20.66 -.08 -2.3 GugBlt21CB N BSCL .56 2.7 21.80 20.70 20.78 437 20.84 20.73 -.04 -1.7 ClayWilMic N WMCR .68e 2.0 37.04 29.64 33.98 3 34.00 33.00 +.14 -8.0 GugB20HY N BSJK 1.30e 5.3 24.99 23.91 24.21 1429 24.35 24.14 -.13 -1.3 GugB19HY N BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 24.79 23.84 24.19 1816 24.31 24.09 -.13 -.8 GugB18HY N BSJI 1.28e 4.6 25.45 24.73 25.11 598 25.16 25.02 -.01 ClyWUSRE N WREI 1.53e 3.3 48.92 40.99 0 42.66 5 43.00 41.74 -.08 -9.9 GugMultAs N CVY 1.07e 5.0 23.50 20.33 21.47 290 21.57 21.11 -.01 -4.2 GugCpBd20 N BSCK .61e 2.9 21.60 20.98 21.04 500 21.08 21.00 -.02 -1.2tGugBlt19CB N BSCJ .47e 2.2 21.30 20.92 20.97 798 20.99 20.92 -.01 -.6 GugBlt18CB N BSCI .40e 1.8 21.37 21.08 21.11 448 21.18 21.10 -.02 +.1 GugSpinOff N CSD .70e 1.3 56.40 45.22 53.08 24 53.09 51.67 -.27 +1.9 GugRJ SB1 N RYJ .59e 1.4 46.56 38.09 2 42.65 34 43.68 41.92 -.62 -2.0 GugEShDur N GSY .65e 1.3 50.41 50.11 50.16 1428 50.26 50.14 -.07 GugMCCre N CZA 1.02e 1.6 68.99 57.29 64.81 41 64.81 63.00 -.14 -1.2 GugGlDiv N LVL .52e 4.8 11.80 10.42 10.89 30 10.93 10.71 -.05 -3.9 GugDefEq N DEF .85e 1.8 49.26 40.95 46.41 43 46.41 45.26 +.04 -.2 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.7 21.85 18.80 80 20.41 745 20.47 20.26 +.11 -5.4 Guidewire N GWRE 92.65 58.41 777 80.91 3995 81.90 77.37 +.08 +9.0 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .5 13.95 6.90 102 8.15 894 8.35 7.05 +1.05 -39.3 GulfRes Q GURE 2 2.05 1.35 16 1.43 126 1.45 1.38 -.00 -2.9 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 34.96 17.80 18 28.39 85 29.30 26.96 -.61 -.4 GulfportE Q GPOR 4 17.82 8.11 3057 9.77 18915 10.06 8.99 +.12 -23.4 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 2 20.70 3 20.70 20.00 +.20 +3.1 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 80

H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 3.0 12 44.24 17.44 467 36.24 1661 39.90 35.82 -2.25 -10.8 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 15 106.84 71.18 1965 96.24 12679 98.40 94.67 -.76 +9.6 HCI Grp N HCI 1.40 3.6 49.25 27.11 55 38.49 295 39.41 37.04 +.33 +28.7 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 6.4 13 33.67 21.48 3723 23.20 21278 23.51 22.42 -.03 -11.0 HD Supply Q HDS 15 42.25 28.97 1575 38.05 12371 39.27 37.01 +.11 -4.9 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 110.77 75.93 678 98.71 5394 101.13 96.85 -.06 -2.9 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.2 28.47 25.05 2 26.11 5 26.50 25.85 +.52 -1.3 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 22 51.74 26.41 287 46.40 2288 50.21 43.81 -3.30 -4.6 HMG A HMG 16.33 8.94 0 12.69 6 14.45 12.63 -.80 +1.6 HMN Fn Q HMNF 17 19.50 16.60 3 18.55 8 18.90 18.55 -2.9 HMS Hldgs Q HMSY 37 20.90 11.01 291 16.93 2062 17.18 16.29 +.09 -.1 HNI Corp N HNI 1.14 3.2 17 48.32 31.16 146 36.02 750 37.25 34.90 -.07 -6.6 HP Inc N HPQ .53 2.6 13 24.75 17.10 10535 20.78 46165 21.88 20.60 -1.14 -1.1 HRG Grp N HRG 20.17 14.22 1674 15.58 10229 16.40 15.29 -.91 -8.1 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.2 55.89 39.63 1888 47.17 9994 47.87 46.73 -.50 -8.7tHSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 26.74 25.52 21 25.70 230 25.75 25.52 -.05 -.5 HSBC Cap N HSEA 2.03 7.7 27.99 26.23 94 26.32 490 26.40 26.25 +.01 -3.8 HSBC Cap2 N HSEB 2.00 7.7 27.59 24.99 73 26.13 564 26.23 26.06 -.01 -2.6 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 8.15 1.59 588 3.36 3950 3.92 3.25 -.26 +65.5 HabitRest Q HABT 40 19.75 8.10 161 9.15 1089 9.40 8.58 +.35 -4.2 HackettGp Q HCKT .30f 1.9 19 20.36 13.24 183 15.89 790 16.46 15.24 -.17 +1.1 Haemonet N HAE 66 75.45 38.47 554 71.53 2659 73.76 70.86 -1.63 +23.2sHailiang n Q HLG 78.00 7.02 389 76.54 1171 78.23 66.29 +1.29 +69.3tHainCels lf Q HAIN 45.61 30.39 1526 30.67 8544 31.88 30.39 -1.40 -27.6 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.69 4566 5.11 25284 5.49 4.54 +.24 -32.5 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.4 6 8.42 4.79 40 6.61 254 7.04 6.47 -.26 +8.5 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.5 57.86 38.18 9838 47.00 43219 48.38 45.20 +.06 -3.8 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.62 32 9.01 280 9.23 8.85 +.09 -13.6 Halozyme Q HALO 50 21.48 11.41 581 18.94 4097 20.00 18.58 -.65 -6.5 HalyrdHlt N HYH 23 50.99 35.24 767 46.12 3385 47.64 43.78 +.04 -.1 HamiltnBc Q HBK 15.99 14.00 13 14.15 14 14.27 14.00 -.10 -8.1tHamBchBr N HBB .34 1.5 41.00 20.97 42 22.03 187 24.53 20.97 +.81 -14.2 HamilLa n Q HLNE .70 1.9 40.43 17.32 232 36.98 851 38.25 35.06 -.25 +4.5 HancHld Q HBHC .96 1.9 20 56.40 41.05 579 50.95 2927 52.80 45.76 -.75 +2.9 HancHld 45 Q HBHCL 1.49 5.9 26.73 25.00 1 25.37 19 25.67 25.19 +.01 -2.7 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.9 41.00 31.24 55 38.07 178 38.78 37.24 -.28 -3.2 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.2 15.12 13.96 22 13.96 77 14.28 13.96 -.18 -6.0tHanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.8 18.85 16.42 16 16.56 127 16.70 16.42 -.06 -5.4 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 7.1 17.33 14.50 44 15.11 435 15.16 14.88 -.07 -11.8 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 8.2 22.58 19.73 45 20.61 208 20.75 20.19 +.13 -3.8 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 8.4 22.71 19.39 66 20.06 239 20.18 19.74 +.01 -6.7 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 8.2 19.48 16.80 53 17.80 263 17.93 17.46 +.17 -5.1 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.7 26.79 21.00 66 21.75 462 21.92 21.45 +.06 -11.8tHanesbds s N HBI .60 3.2 10 25.73 17.94 5239 18.88 25911 19.33 17.94 +.46 -9.7 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96f 3.2 17 33.10 25.45 180 30.40 662 31.35 29.90 -.35 +.2 HannArms N HASI 1.32 6.9 27 25.28 17.33 245 19.12 1237 19.64 18.80 -.05 -20.5 HanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.9 63 121.06 79.23 157 116.75 1281 119.67 115.69 -1.14 +8.0 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 26.00 25.02 17 25.25 76 25.25 25.04 +.16 -.3 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 9.50 6.09 101 7.75 152 7.91 7.30 +.17 +10.4 HarbrOne n Q HONE 22.29 15.92 52 17.78 235 18.43 17.31 +.12 -7.2 Hardinge Q HDNG .08 .4 37 19.47 9.97 126 18.31 857 18.35 18.24 -.01 +5.1 HarleyD N HOG 1.48f 3.5 13 62.95 41.33 3202 42.19 12186 43.26 41.80 -.69 -17.1 Harmonic Q HLIT 6.03 2.80 407 3.75 1597 3.95 3.65 -.05 -10.7 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.78 1.56 3046 2.43 16552 2.51 2.27 +.04 +29.9sHarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.4 28 164.69 106.18 579 161.04 4002 164.69 157.46 -.24 +13.7 Harsco N HSC .20m 1.0 53 23.20 11.40 795 20.60 3653 21.30 19.05 -.05 +10.5 HarteHk rs N HHS 15.00 7.27 10 9.31 49 9.53 8.81 +.15 HartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.7 32.13 28.57 33 29.32 198 29.44 29.21 -.03 +.2 HartfdFn N HIG 1.00 2.0 17 59.20 46.69 2381 51.12 10905 52.49 49.67 -.40 -9.2sHrvrdBio Q HBIO 5.40 2.25 125 5.00 801 5.40 4.80 +51.5tHarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 11.2 7 14.12 9.92 17 10.22 102 10.48 9.92 -.04 -6.7sHarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 27.50 24.89 1 25.57 12 27.50 25.15 +.45 +.5tHasbro Q HAS 2.28 2.7 27 116.20 83.40 1010 84.43 5283 86.29 83.40 +.13 -7.1 Haverty N HVT .72f 3.8 20 27.23 18.60 142 19.00 542 20.10 18.90 -1.15 -16.1 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.6 24 38.72 31.71 717 34.76 2435 35.13 33.90 +.38 -3.8 HawHold Q HA .48 1.2 7 59.45 32.40 799 39.95 5521 41.80 36.70 +1.25 +.3 HawaiiTel Q HCOM 31.91 22.50 14 26.51 44 27.00 26.17 -.17 -14.1tHawkins Q HWKN .88 2.7 16 53.50 31.90 36 32.45 225 34.90 31.80 -2.70 -7.8sHawthornB Q HWBK .28 1.3 17 21.63 16.64 2 21.50 46 21.63 20.30 +.86 +3.6 HaymkAc n Q HYAC 9.85 9.50 209 9.60 211 9.60 9.60 +.01 +.4 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.08 9.88 239 9.97 490 10.02 9.90 +.02 +.7 HaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.3 45.14 28.97 101 37.65 522 38.64 36.81 +.54 +17.5 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 6.71 4.30 78 5.47 631 5.68 5.19 +.21 -8.1 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .77f 1.8 36 56.20 41.05 912 42.53 4496 43.92 42.01 -.95 -19.3 HlthInsInn Q HIIQ 18 37.38 12.65 176 28.95 1009 30.50 28.30 +.05 +16.0 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 4.3 44 36.25 26.27 1788 27.98 7676 28.11 26.81 +.27 -12.9 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.6 47 33.00 24.50 2023 26.43 7884 26.56 25.28 +.29 -12.0 HealthEqty Q HQY 95 68.75 40.21 415 62.82 2809 64.20 59.50 +2.28 +34.6 HlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 78 31.53 21.15 44 24.33 330 24.94 23.57 -.50 +5.1tHrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 19 25.22 17.76 891 17.79 3755 18.51 17.51 -.20 -23.8 HeartFn Q HTLF .52a 1.0 18 56.40 42.10 101 52.05 494 53.60 51.45 -1.00 -3.0tHeatBio rs Q HTBX 9.00 1.09 165 1.19 1361 1.39 1.09 -.45 -68.9 HebronTc n Q HEBT 4.26 1.45 1 2.06 70 2.07 1.58 +.31 -21.7 HeclaM N HL .01e .3 6.17 3.25 4893 3.63 21373 3.77 3.49 -.04 -8.6 Heico s N HEI 91.34 53.85 181 87.26 1376 89.46 84.08 +.45 Heico A s N HEI/A 55 75.55 45.50 94 71.45 563 73.30 68.30 +.50 HeidrkStr Q HSII .52 1.7 32.65 17.90 91 30.30 454 31.45 28.80 -.95 +23.4 HelenTroy Q HELE 14 102.88 81.10 184 84.95 791 87.45 82.75 -2.05 -11.8 HeliMAn h Q HMNY 38.86 2.20 4870 2.94 28707 3.35 2.27 +.11 -53.4 HelixEn N HLX 8.70 4.82 1214 5.91 7207 6.14 5.44 +.12 -21.6 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.3 75.02 42.16 1046 65.45 5766 68.18 63.51 -1.11 +1.3 HemisMda Q HMTV 13.20 10.50 35 11.30 172 11.60 10.95 +.05 -2.2 Hemisphrx rs A HEB .84 .30 244 .41 3485 .50 .37 +.01 +18.5 HennesAd s Q HNNA .40f 2.1 10 20.00 13.88 23 19.38 70 19.66 18.68 +.08 +17.2 HennCap n A HCAC 10.49 8.97 5 9.92 200 9.93 9.88 +.02 +1.2 HennCap un A HCAC/U 11.53 10.04 15 10.50 74 10.53 10.42 -.02 +1.3 HSchein s Q HSIC 26 93.50 62.56 1281 66.78 7528 69.31 65.14 -.43 -4.4sHerbalife N HLF 22 100.45 58.00 895 98.50 6974 101.59 95.55 +1.03 +45.5 HercHld n N HRI 72.99 33.27 130 62.31 827 65.93 61.01 -2.64 -.5 HercTGC N HTGC 1.24 10.2 14 15.68 11.55 415 12.11 1920 12.28 11.95 +.01 -7.7 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.1 25.85 25.05 3 25.49 63 25.60 25.27 +.21 -.5 HrtgeCo Q HTBK .44f 2.7 20 17.28 12.76 100 16.26 452 16.74 16.12 -.22 +6.1 HrtgeFn Q HFWA .60f 2.0 20 33.25 23.00 148 29.95 818 31.00 29.40 -.65 -2.8 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.5 19.15 8.85 269 16.04 1554 16.44 14.95 +.88 -11.0 HeritCryst Q HCCI 25 25.20 13.25 62 22.50 522 23.70 22.35 -1.05 +3.4 HernTher h Q HRTX 32.70 12.70 1547 26.75 7071 29.90 26.00 -.85 +47.8 Hersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 7.1 26.37 24.07 1 24.22 10 24.52 24.21 -.18 -3.7 Hersha rs N HT 1.12 6.0 14 19.87 16.60 262 18.58 1731 18.79 17.62 +.68 +6.8 Hersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 7.0 26.49 22.61 6 23.05 53 23.42 22.85 -.24 -6.5tHersha pfE N HTpE 26.40 22.67 7 22.69 45 23.22 22.66 -.55 -8.3 Hershey N HSY 2.62 2.7 21 116.49 95.21 766 98.85 5000 101.07 96.51 -.11 -12.9 HertzGl N HTZ 27.27 8.52 1670 20.67 8801 21.36 19.24 +.82 -6.5 HerzfldCrb Q CUBA .12e 7.54 6.73 5 7.09 75 7.21 6.94 -.10 -.8 HeskaCorp Q HSKA 38 115.00 56.59 73 74.50 288 79.23 73.16 -4.57 -7.1 Hess N HES 1.00f 2.0 55.48 37.25 3749 51.09 33105 53.22 47.52 +.47 +7.6 Hess pfA N HESpA 65.17 48.24 11 60.30 167 62.04 57.49 +.74 +4.2 HessMidP n N HESM 1.29f 6.8 25 26.78 18.32 78 18.98 304 19.76 18.72 -.06 -4.2 HP Ent n N HPE .56f 3.3 42 19.48 12.70 14141 16.70 67351 17.52 16.61 -.84 +16.3 Hexcel N HXL .50 .8 23 69.52 49.20 345 64.48 1817 66.05 62.53 -.11 +4.3 Hexindai n Q HX 17.00 10.20 34 10.89 192 11.52 10.66 -.42 -1.4 Hi-Crush N HCLP .80 7.4 12 18.20 7.25 645 10.80 6386 11.15 9.90 +.20 +.9 Hibbett Q HIBB 15 29.55 9.40 1242 26.30 4646 27.20 23.65 +2.35 +28.9 HighPtRs N HPR 6.93 2.66 1510 5.11 7453 5.28 4.73 +.03 -.4 HighlFlR n N HFRO 16.60 15.00 95 16.02 810 16.15 15.93 +.03 +3.4 HighSenLn Q SNLN .79 4.3 18.41 18.13 197 18.27 1023 18.31 18.26 -.05 +.4 HighpwrInt Q HPJ 5 6.00 3.15 11 3.45 244 3.95 3.33 -.30 -6.8 HghwyH Q HIHO .32e 6.2 5.65 3.10 6 5.20 43 5.20 4.90 +.30 +23.8 HighwdPrp N HIW 1.85f 4.3 19 53.34 41.34 580 43.35 3618 44.14 42.65 -.47 -14.8 Hill Intl N HIL 6.00 3.70 192 5.40 1083 5.65 5.25 -.30 -.9 Hill-Rom N HRC .80f .9 22 91.11 69.47 224 84.45 2468 86.99 83.24 -2.55 +.2 HillenInc N HI .83 1.8 22 48.00 34.65 225 45.25 1053 46.20 44.25 -.65 +1.2 HillmCT pf A HLMp 2.90 8.9 36.95 29.63 1 32.76 29 33.24 31.16 +1.71 -4.6 HilltopH N HTH .28f 1.2 12 28.86 21.47 248 23.16 1900 24.12 22.67 -.30 -8.6 HilGrVa n N HGV 47.75 30.53 1084 42.65 5354 43.75 41.96 -.37 +1.7 Hilton N HLT .60 .8 39 88.11 56.24 3291 77.51 18848 79.37 75.66 -1.25 -2.9 HimaxTch Q HIMX .24e 3.8 37 13.95 5.97 1646 6.38 11433 6.59 6.12 +.22 -38.8 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.36a .7 18 242.00 166.45 1 203.90 6 206.32 201.89 -1.76 -1.5 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.35 1.59 26 2.80 217 2.85 2.60 +.05 +36.6 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.72 10.0 11 20.65 15.33 314 17.20 848 17.25 16.20 +1.00 -7.8 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.5 27.42 25.02 32 25.77 84 26.00 25.70 -.21 -4.2 HollyEngy N HEP 2.60 9.5 13 37.56 26.09 138 27.35 575 28.23 26.88 -.22 -15.8 HollyFront N HFC 1.32 2.5 13 53.21 23.46 2514 52.26 10473 53.03 47.74 +3.40 +2.0 Hollysys Q HOLI .12e .5 22 28.35 15.08 515 24.70 1831 25.39 23.36 -.02 +10.9 Hologic Q HOLX 14 46.80 35.33 2181 36.43 17552 37.70 36.14 -.93 -14.8 HomeBLA Q HBCP .60f 1.4 19 47.20 32.52 22 42.77 96 44.21 41.74 -.40 -1.0 HomeBcs s Q HOMB .44 1.9 20 27.44 20.82 457 22.60 2903 23.26 22.18 -.21 -2.8 HomeDp N HD 4.12f 2.4 24 207.61 144.25 5232 174.45 28503 180.04 170.42 -3.79 -8.0 HomeStreet Q HMST 21 32.60 24.00 400 27.75 1351 29.00 27.00 -.90 -4.1 HometBk n Q HMTA 11.95 9.51 0 11.77 30 11.93 11.77 -.17 +5.3 HomeTrBc Q HTBI 27 28.00 21.40 20 26.55 137 27.15 25.88 +.50 +3.1tHomolMd n Q FIXX 24.40 16.12 220 18.04 1249 19.10 16.12 -.66 -3.3 Honda N HMC .84e 2.5 37.29 27.05 668 34.23 3289 35.05 33.78 -.50 +.4 HonwllIntl N HON 2.98 2.1 20 165.13 122.40 2867 142.74 15384 146.94 140.17 -1.77 -6.9 HookerFu Q HOFT .56 1.4 16 52.75 30.50 66 39.35 416 41.20 35.90 +2.65 -7.3 HopeBcp Q HOPE .52 2.9 15 19.92 15.10 555 17.91 2801 18.46 17.58 -.28 -1.9 HopFedBc Q HFBC .20 1.4 20 16.29 13.51 2 14.69 8 15.09 14.44 +.19 +4.2 HorMan N HMN 1.14f 2.7 26 47.65 33.85 137 43.00 665 43.90 41.10 +.25 -2.5 HorizBcp s Q HBNC .60f 2.0 19 31.14 24.54 48 29.35 374 30.20 29.11 -.51 +5.6 HorizGbl n N HZN 38 19.26 7.69 321 8.06 1234 8.51 7.90 -.18 -42.5 HorizPhm Q HZNP 16.02 9.45 2133 13.65 11875 14.32 13.52 -.55 -6.5 HorizTFn Q HRZN 1.20 11.4 10 11.88 9.66 102 10.49 350 10.74 10.31 +.10 -6.5 Hor OEXcc Q QYLD 2.26e 9.7 25.50 22.67 77 23.30 570 23.99 22.82 -.50 -5.0 HorzDAX Q DAX .60m 2.0 34.00 26.60 3 30.31 22 30.51 29.47 +.07 -4.1 HorzSPCvC N HSPX 2.52e 4.0 52.96 46.37 8 47.72 58 48.90 46.78 -.45 -5.1 HorGKWld N KLDW 35.73 28.35 6 33.77 49 34.31 33.33 -.39 +.9 Horz Saba n N CEFS 23.00 20.17 4 20.53 27 20.57 20.36 +.06 -4.1 HrzProSp n N FANZ 23.37 19.92 0 22.12 3 22.24 21.73 +.14 -.7 Hormel s N HRL .75 2.1 21 38.00 29.75 3509 34.93 24736 36.50 33.23 +.61 -4.0 Hornbeck N HOS 4.87 1.51 100 3.09 774 3.21 2.68 +.18 -.6 Hortonwks Q HDP 22.00 9.72 837 17.95 5215 20.40 17.57 -2.42 -10.7 HospPT Q HPT 2.08 8.4 10 32.68 23.83 833 24.86 3613 25.38 24.48 -.48 -16.7 HostHotls N HST 1.00a 5.4 16 21.53 17.26 4161 18.45 30953 18.92 18.14 -.19 -7.1 HostessBr n Q TWNK 31 17.18 11.00 1645 14.50 4517 14.98 14.11 -.29 -2.1tHoughMH Q HMHC 13.95 6.20 631 7.25 3723 7.38 6.20 +.30 -22.0 HoulihnL n N HLI .80 1.8 17 52.81 32.08 183 43.57 1115 45.50 43.10 -1.03 -4.1 HstnAEn A HUSA 1.05 .25 185 .27 1927 .32 .25 -.04 -17.6sHoustWC Q HWCC .12m 1.5 7.85 4.70 100 7.85 359 7.90 7.15 +.53 +9.0 HovnEn pf A Q HOVNP 8.47 5.50 1 7.01 17 7.15 6.95 -.10 -6.5 HovnanE N HOV 3.41 1.66 1421 1.87 8507 1.96 1.68 +.04 -44.2 HowardBcp Q HBMD 30 24.20 16.70 20 18.80 83 20.00 18.30 -1.00 -14.5sHHughes N HHC 29 140.38 114.28 249 136.60 1285 140.38 135.98 -2.53 +4.1 HuanPwr N HNP 2.45e 9.6 31.85 23.64 64 25.62 373 26.94 25.56 -1.23 +2.5 HubGroup Q HUBG 24 52.25 33.18 463 39.35 1931 41.95 38.50 -2.50 -17.8 Hubbell N HUBB 3.08 2.6 22 149.03 109.32 374 117.39 2326 121.69 115.27 -4.39 -13.3 HubSpot N HUBS 124.45 58.85 230 108.55 2026 113.30 105.84 +.25 +22.8 HudBayM g N HBM .02 10 10.25 4.60 531 6.90 3473 7.40 6.50 -.20 -21.6 HudsonGbl Q HSON .20 10.6 2.44 1.05 63 1.89 171 1.94 1.83 -.05 -16.0 HudsPacP N HPP 1.00 3.2 25 36.14 28.25 691 31.59 5012 32.62 31.44 -.94 -7.8 HudsonTc Q HDSN 18 10.40 4.40 412 4.67 1570 4.97 4.63 -.27 -23.1 HugotnR N HGT .09e 13.8 2 2.35 .55 88 .65 516 .70 .60 -.05 -53.3 Humana N HUM 1.60 .6 24 293.35 210.01 688 283.73 7373 290.53 277.00 +14.90 +14.4 HuntJB Q JBHT .96 .9 29 126.49 83.35 1414 109.93 7488 119.54 108.46 -7.22 -4.4 HuntBncsh Q HBAN .44 3.0 18 16.60 12.14 8955 14.56 44553 15.15 14.39 -.54 HuntBcs pf Q HBANO 1.56 5.8 28.68 25.75 26 26.85 207 27.17 26.05 -.40 -4.6 HuntB pfC Q HBANN 1.47 5.8 26.85 24.76 1 25.50 6 25.79 25.36 -.20 -2.1 HuntgUSEq N HUSE 1.86e .6 41.03 37.26 10 38.27 50 39.08 37.73 -.62 -.2 HuntgtnEco N HECO .47e .2 44.87 37.48 1 40.89 2 41.19 39.67 -.08 -1.9 Str 7handl n Q HNDL 25.53 23.67 2 23.98 111 24.82 23.85 -.09 -4.3 HuntgtnIng N HII 2.88 1.1 24 276.69 183.42 595 256.31 2382 263.10 250.15 -1.45 +8.7 Huntsmn N HUN .65f 2.3 10 36.09 23.12 2561 28.33 13875 29.58 27.65 -.92 -14.9 Hurco Q HURC .44f 1.0 18 50.33 27.15 21 45.40 112 46.05 43.45 -.50 +7.8 HuronCon Q HURN 46.85 29.53 53 38.40 472 39.80 36.65 +.30 -5.1 HutChMd n Q HCM 42.25 18.00 37 29.67 276 31.37 29.11 +.11 -24.7tHuttigBld Q HBP 9.24 4.82 76 5.31 345 5.36 4.82 +.08 -20.2 Hyatt N H 35 83.02 53.11 1025 74.91 4850 77.72 74.42 -1.35 +1.9 Hydrognc Q HYGS 12.00 6.45 25 7.85 202 8.30 7.25 -.35 -29.3 HysterYale N HY 1.21 1.7 19 93.90 53.66 39 71.96 227 74.20 69.24 +2.03 -15.5 I -:IAC Inter Q IAC 1.36 .9 56 166.64 73.62 936 150.23 4178 156.99 148.46 -6.15 +22.9 IAMGld g N IAG 1.52f 29.9 85 7.25 3.55 2526 5.09 19381 5.29 5.01 -.10 -12.7 ICAD Q ICAD 6.07 2.93 47 3.22 130 3.33 3.05 +.14 -6.4 ICC Hld n Q ICCH 18.00 14.54 15.52 3 15.74 15.50 -.17 -4.6sICF Intl Q ICFI .14p 19 64.75 40.20 177 63.75 934 65.40 58.05 +5.30 +21.4 ICICI Bk N IBN .16e 1.9 11.26 7.48 10088 8.42 59905 8.64 8.13 -.43 -13.5 ICU Med Q ICUI 265.28 144.25 92 249.85 556 254.60 241.05 -2.55 +15.7 IClickInt n Q ICLK 11.40 5.05 20 7.85 598 8.15 7.15 +.07 -13.3 ID Syst Q IDSY 8.05 5.50 9 6.52 174 6.70 6.00 +.30 -6.1 IdexxLab s Q IDXX 60 207.14 146.09 401 185.56 2391 192.99 183.86 -5.83 +18.7tIDT Cp N IDT 1.00f 16.9 17.71 5.50 258 5.92 1713 6.44 5.50 -.35 -44.2 IEC Elec A IEC 5.05 3.35 3 4.35 20 4.50 4.30 -.14 +5.6 IES Hldgs Q IESC 27 20.32 14.05 29 16.35 130 16.40 15.20 +1.20 -5.2 IF Bancp Q IROQ .20f 1.0 23 20.45 19.10 20.00 9 20.15 19.90 -.00 +1.7 IFresh n Q IFMK 18.00 4.62 11 7.75 81 8.74 6.61 -.45 -40.3 IHS Mark Q INFO 28 50.00 41.43 2233 48.07 12913 48.91 46.59 -.17 +6.5 II-VI Q IIVI 26 53.08 27.25 542 40.80 3803 42.75 39.05 -.10 -13.1 ILG Inc Q ILG .70f 2.2 36 34.92 20.25 1238 31.53 6565 32.11 30.18 +.42 +10.7 ING N ING .14e .8 20.58 14.55 3773 16.80 16660 17.07 16.50 -.13 -9.0 ING 6.125 N ISG 1.53 6.0 26.37 25.20 45 25.38 166 25.68 25.32 -.21 -.6 ING 6.375 N ISF 1.59 6.2 26.24 25.40 59 25.57 327 25.78 25.50 -.26 -.5 INTLFCStn Q INTL 17 46.96 33.11 115 42.37 463 43.87 41.14 -.31 -.4 ION Geo rs N IO 32.45 3.20 217 25.75 1120 27.45 24.60 -1.35 +30.4 IPG Photon Q IPGP 35 264.11 116.82 344 222.47 2624 234.19 219.29 -10.91 +3.9 iPass Q IPAS 1.51 .28 288 .35 1085 .40 .34 -.03 -32.7 iPicEnt n Q IPIC 17.00 10.50 1 11.48 19 12.48 11.00 -.32 -24.2 IQ HdgMult N QAI 33.13 28.90 155 30.31 841 30.90 30.23 -.17 -.4 IQ US Lg n Q CLRG .08e 27.80 24.16 24 24.65 61 25.36 24.37 -.42 -2.5 IQ Ch SC n N CSML 29.58 23.89 41 27.11 215 27.68 26.40 -.17 -3.4 IQ HdgEv N QED 22.00 20.32 20.87 4 20.88 20.76 -.05 -.1 IQ HiYlVl n N HYLV 25.58 22.89 0 24.45 24 24.52 24.36 -.10 -2.8 IQ CorePl n N AGGP 21.05 19.12 31 19.31 496 19.32 19.23 +.02 -3.2 IQ CoreBd n N AGGE 19.88 18.68 33 18.83 276 18.83 18.74 -.02 -3.8 IQ GTAA N QGTA 25.44 22.42 1 24.00 5 24.19 23.83 -.22 -1.7 IQ 50HJpn N HFXJ 23.96 18.50 0 21.94 2 22.11 21.72 +.01 -2.8 IQ 50HgEur N HFXE 21.45 18.14 1 19.74 2 19.82 19.38 +.10 -2.9 IQ 50HIntl N HFXI 22.80 19.04 19 20.84 87 21.10 20.60 -.21 -3.7 IQ RealRtn N CPI 27.85 27.15 3 27.48 16 27.56 27.43 -.02 +.2 IQUSReSC N ROOF 1.43e 6.0 28.00 22.60 10 23.71 135 24.00 23.25 -.01 -9.9 IQMrgArb N MNA 31.92 29.98 61 30.32 472 30.75 30.31 -.42 -2.4 IQ AgriSC N CROP .41e 1.2 35.99 31.64 1 33.50 9 33.66 32.44 +.35 -4.1 IQ GlbRes N GRES .10e .4 29.30 24.87 10 27.45 49 27.68 27.16 -.10 -3.9tIQIYI n Q IQ 18.52 15.30 3493 16.02 40828 16.50 15.30 +.47 +3.0 IQVIA Hldg N IQV 11 110.67 78.09 965 94.85 5377 99.57 94.26 -3.26 -3.1 IRSA N IRS 32.97 21.22 79 25.35 390 25.63 23.28 +1.70 -14.4 IRSA Prop Q IRCP 1.86e 4.1 64.68 42.48 2 45.00 56 46.00 44.11 +.50 -20.4 IRhythm n Q IRTC 68.07 32.10 155 60.37 674 64.10 60.32 -2.58 +7.7 iRobot Q IRBT 32 109.78 55.77 459 66.42 3005 68.12 62.02 +2.23 -13.4 iShGold N IAU 13.11 11.61 12636 12.81 77150 12.91 12.70 +.08 +2.4 iShGSCI N GSG 17.22 13.16 259 16.30 1783 16.60 16.02 -.35 +.1 iSAstla N EWA 1.01e 4.6 24.19 21.07 2480 21.81 16464 22.14 21.54 -.21 -5.9 iSAstria N EWO .37e 1.5 27.41 18.05 614 25.32 1074 25.66 24.88 -.04 +2.8 iShBelg N EWK .51e 2.4 23.00 18.56 38 21.08 317 21.35 20.86 -.27 +.3 iShBrazil N EWZ .67e 1.5 47.85 31.78 24030 43.42 85745 44.82 42.69 -1.46 +7.3 iShCanada N EWC .48e 1.7 30.60 25.58 2515 27.50 16371 27.86 26.91 -.06 -7.2 iShEMU N EZU .86e 2.0 47.13 36.77 10069 43.50 44363 43.87 42.47 +.15 +.3 iSFrance N EWQ .58e 1.8 33.73 25.82 2320 31.63 10191 31.90 30.78 +.23 +1.3 iShGerm N EWG .60e 1.9 35.87 28.08 4202 32.09 19775 32.35 31.31 +.05 -2.8 iSh HK N EWH .61e 2.4 26.93 22.07 5936 24.93 24860 25.35 24.70 -.38 -1.9 iSh SKor N EWY .65e .9 79.07 58.90 3355 73.17 15082 75.58 72.63 -2.28 -2.3 iShMexico N EWW .78e 1.5 57.82 47.79 3591 52.34 24124 53.20 49.81 +.82 +6.2 iShNeth N EWN .66e 2.1 34.09 26.65 237 31.94 1293 32.22 31.35 -.03 +.7 iSPacxJpn N EPP 1.66e 3.6 50.34 43.68 344 46.00 2860 46.56 45.49 -.46 -3.8 iShSoAfr N EZA 1.02e 1.5 76.53 53.95 427 66.69 2480 68.93 65.56 -2.01 -4.7 iShSpain N EWP .99e 3.0 36.38 29.66 467 32.52 3935 32.84 31.78 +.01 -.8 iSSwedn N EWD .76e 2.3 36.71 30.93 176 32.63 1202 33.48 32.02 -.85 -3.7 iShSwitz N EWL .75e 2.2 37.84 31.75 903 33.90 9932 34.47 33.43 -.47 -4.7 iShFrntr100 N FM .30e .9 36.19 28.36 73 34.94 1290 35.32 34.52 -.17 +5.5 iShGlHiY bt A GHYG 2.09e 4.2 51.63 48.93 49 49.99 374 50.02 49.59 -.15 -.9 iShxUSH bt A HYXU .92e 1.7 57.19 46.63 3 55.34 83 55.54 55.10 -.15 +1.6 iShEMCBd bt A CEMB 2.28 4.6 51.78 49.57 11 49.90 49 50.28 49.58 -.13 -2.5 iShEMkHY N EMHY 3.98 8.1 51.12 48.43 65 49.11 700 49.16 48.67 +.03 -1.7tiShAsiaPDv N DVYA 2.29e 5.0 51.42 45.60 4 46.11 16 46.38 45.60 -.11 -8.0 iShEmMDv N DVYE 1.83e 4.3 46.11 39.11 20 42.57 211 43.34 42.29 -.80 +1.8 iShGblSilv N SLVP .29e 2.8 12.40 9.34 250 10.32 361 10.41 10.13 +.10 -4.8 iShGblEnP N FILL .59e 2.8 23.37 17.81 3 21.15 29 21.53 20.42 +.31 -1.9 iShGblAgri N VEGI .55e 1.9 31.00 25.77 3 28.55 38 28.82 28.00 -.33 -2.8 iShMsciWld N URTH 1.57e 1.8 94.23 76.95 10 86.16 265 87.76 84.75 -.97 -2.2 iShEMAsia Q EEMA 1.23e 1.7 81.27 59.04 13 72.87 80 74.93 72.47 -2.07 -1.2 iShEMktSC N EEMS .89e 1.7 57.36 45.11 67 52.95 167 53.76 52.34 -.40 -.3 iShEMkBd N LEMB .42e .8 50.78 45.23 66 49.94 337 50.39 49.89 -.41 +3.6 iShWldMnV N ACWV 1.93e 2.3 88.22 77.03 94 83.17 524 84.43 82.11 -.65 -1.4 iSEMMnVol N EEMV 1.15e 1.9 65.55 53.04 283 61.58 2458 62.64 61.11 -.77 +1.3 iShJpnSC N SCJ 1.81e 2.2 85.34 65.12 91 80.77 2799 82.13 79.99 -1.12 +1.2 iShThai N THD 1.88e 2.0 103.71 76.35 227 96.02 1395 99.93 94.85 -3.68 +3.8 iShIsrael N EIS .81e 1.7 55.29 46.67 3 48.04 33 49.15 47.57 -1.49 -6.3 iShChile N ECH .71e 1.3 56.53 41.34 265 53.32 1812 54.01 52.05 +.30 +2.2 iShBRIC N BKF .54e 1.2 50.94 35.67 13 45.06 102 46.34 44.50 -1.16 +1.3 iShsUSA N EUSA .67e 1.2 59.06 49.05 3 54.18 91 55.48 53.41 -.91 -2.3 iShTurkey Q TUR 1.10e 2.7 47.13 34.80 284 41.00 1384 42.12 40.75 -1.42 -5.7 iShSilver N SLV 17.59 14.44 6905 15.43 36550 15.72 15.27 +.02 -3.5 iShS&P100 N OEF 1.92e 1.7 127.67 103.24 1725 114.57 5257 117.54 112.07 -1.42 -3.4 iShMrnLV N JKF 2.46e 2.5 112.57 93.14 7 100.18 56 102.52 98.00 -1.38 -5.1 iShAcwiMV N HACV 29.95 27.18 4 28.88 14 28.91 28.47 +.11 -3.0 iShIntTBd s Q IGOV 201.98 48.33 93 51.40 1221 51.83 51.15 -.21 +3.0 iShMrnLG N JKE 1.20e .8 173.88 130.44 56 159.96 180 164.44 157.33 -3.90 +2.2 iShNewZea Q ENZL 2.01e 4.1 50.42 41.85 20 48.93 204 49.73 48.08 +.13 +3.1 iSh1-3yITB Q ISHG .20e .2 87.67 78.09 8 86.54 45 86.79 85.68 -.17 +2.8 iShMrnLC N JKD 2.24e 1.5 167.90 140.35 21 151.62 154 155.28 148.86 -1.69 -4.6 iShBrazSC N EWZS .40e 2.4 18.14 12.14 5 16.77 163 17.24 16.25 -.38 +2.9 iShIntlPfd N IPFF .96e 5.3 19.76 16.64 20 18.07 339 18.18 17.83 -.01 -3.1 iShSPTUS s N ITOT 65.40 53.21 794 59.62 5293 61.11 58.48 -.84 -2.5 iShSTNtMu N SUB .86 .8 106.40 104.54 54 104.63 360 104.76 104.57 -.25 -.2 iShAgcyBd N AGZ 1.81 1.6 114.58 111.17 26 111.58 848 112.02 111.34 -.46 -1.3 iShSelDiv Q DVY 3.03e 3.2 102.32 89.53 795 94.70 3746 96.48 92.73 -.42 -3.9siShGTimb Q WOOD .94e 1.2 80.11 57.07 28 79.75 164 80.21 76.59 +1.40 +12.1 iShTIPS N TIP 1.69e 1.5 115.46 111.28 1171 112.87 7676 113.03 112.38 -.18 -1.1 iShEurFn Q EUFN .74e 3.2 25.85 19.56 1220 22.96 6211 23.19 22.58 -.14 -1.5 iShAsiaexJ Q AAXJ 1.30e 1.7 83.52 61.97 3236 75.37 4949 77.36 74.70 -2.16 -1.2 iShChinaLC N FXI .87e 1.9 54.00 37.51 32102 45.97 135946 47.31 45.46 -1.27 -.4 iShTransp N IYT 1.70e .9 206.73 157.65 150 182.45 846 188.61 180.61 -4.58 -4.8 iShChinaSC N ECNS 1.73e 3.3 55.78 44.23 5 52.30 11 53.40 51.21 -.70 +3.5 iSCorSP500 N IVV 4.38e 1.7 288.69 234.02 5700 261.57 25198 268.42 256.43 -3.80 -2.7 iSMornMC N JKG 2.32e 1.3 194.94 164.62 18 178.47 80 182.49 175.71 -2.89 -3.9 iShEMInfr Q EMIF .93e 2.9 35.28 30.47 6 31.76 20 32.70 31.51 -.56 -3.5siShGClnEn Q ICLN .33e 3.4 9.77 8.31 110 9.62 1815 9.78 9.34 +.10 +3.2 iShUSAgBd N AGG 2.65e 2.3 110.66 106.08 2815 106.91 28804 107.04 106.63 -.34 -2.2 iShEMkts N EEM .59e 1.3 52.08 38.71 74898 47.08 316071 48.26 46.54 -1.20 -.1 iShACWX Q ACWX 1.00e 2.0 53.74 43.06 314 49.29 2493 49.94 48.60 -.40 -1.3 iShiBoxIG N LQD 3.87 3.3 121.85 115.52 4773 117.07 23370 117.07 116.50 -.32 -3.7 iSh ACWI Q ACWI 1.43e 2.0 77.54 62.53 2829 70.82 14816 72.23 69.67 -.88 -1.8 iSKokusai N TOK 1.60e 2.5 69.65 57.49 1 63.72 4 64.90 63.22 -.90 -1.4 iShCorUSTr N GOVT .33 1.3 25.60 24.42 874 24.67 6738 24.73 24.57 -.02 -1.6 iSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.3 69.19 53.75 1412 64.72 6950 65.26 63.85 -.47 +.3 iSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 4.0 62.55 56.00 17 57.40 119 57.93 56.17 +.07 -5.2 iShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 4.7 117.46 111.01 2941 112.57 13243 112.78 112.05 -.25 -3.0 iShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .7 171.45 121.87 92 154.19 2212 159.13 152.15 -4.14 +.3 iShAaa-ACp N QLTA 1.51e 3.0 53.16 50.60 5 50.96 17 51.03 50.86 -.18 -3.6 iSMrnMCG N JKH .59e .3 220.00 172.02 4 205.79 50 208.98 201.77 -3.64 +1.6 iShIndones N EIDO .35e 1.3 30.61 25.53 980 26.57 5106 27.39 26.41 -.39 -6.5 iSSP500Gr N IVW 2.03e 1.3 166.51 130.04 1439 152.38 8112 156.87 149.75 -2.69 -.3tiShNYMun s N NYF 56.36 54.53 16 54.64 64 54.72 54.53 -.13 -2.0 iShGblHcre N IXJ 2.72e 1.5 123.12 101.39 29 109.87 172 112.45 108.16 -1.47 -2.4 iShGnmaBd Q GNMA .75e 1.5 50.15 48.15 13 48.65 61 48.68 48.37 +.06 -1.7 iShGblFin N IXG 1.28e 1.9 76.01 58.84 36 68.21 534 69.65 67.18 -.98 -2.5 iShUSAQlt N QUAL 1.04e 1.3 88.63 71.96 321 81.39 1825 83.53 79.93 -1.32 -1.8 iSSPGlbEn N IXC 1.01e 2.9 38.40 30.34 121 34.38 965 34.93 32.94 +.40 -3.3 iShCalMn s N CMF 59.75 57.96 36 58.06 240 58.28 58.00 -.31 -1.8 iSh CMBS N CMBS 1.00 2.0 52.29 49.94 10 50.25 130 50.41 50.07 -.11 -2.0 iShUSASize N SIZE 1.26e 1.6 88.35 74.75 1 81.09 58 83.21 80.37 -1.76 -3.3 iSGblInfra N IGF 1.27e 3.0 46.80 41.66 159 42.76 1207 43.18 42.06 -.09 -5.4 iShNANatR N IGE .85e 2.6 38.02 30.59 116 33.05 434 33.78 31.94 -.05 -6.7 iSh JPXNik N JPXN 70.78 55.07 3 64.59 27 65.96 64.17 -1.28 -.5 iShUSAVal N VLUE 1.49e 1.8 89.40 71.54 1164 81.07 3264 83.10 79.17 -.95 -3.0 iShLatAm N ILF .60e 1.6 39.54 28.00 5259 37.14 14087 38.04 36.29 -.43 +8.7 iShUSAMo N MTUM .81e .8 113.60 81.80 1610 103.12 10443 106.45 101.26 -2.80 iShMrnMCV N JKI 2.72e 1.8 168.36 142.90 4 154.44 25 157.71 151.36 -1.53 -3.2 iShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 33.60 114 33.95 668 35.06 33.88 -.99 -12.5 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 2.0 121.12 101.78 2446 108.22 8365 110.82 105.81 -1.12 -5.3 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 108.21 438 108.54 2607 108.68 108.30 -.39 -2.0 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.2 46.20 36.64 1 43.68 91 43.75 42.60 +.45 +.2 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.4 55.82 47.25 13 49.57 68 50.98 48.74 -.87 -5.4 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 3.0 42.27 35.67 7 38.81 80 39.35 38.43 -.17 -1.7 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.5 72.96 51.32 108 66.12 3719 67.86 65.31 -2.15 +.1 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.5 129.57 116.51 8831 121.10 44977 122.36 119.77 -.80 -4.5 iSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.1 79.55 60.91 36 72.73 262 74.63 71.27 -1.04 -.6 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 101.47 2651 102.92 13685 103.34 102.43 -.27 -2.5 iShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.7 66.19 53.27 8 59.88 103 61.32 58.70 -.86 -2.6 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.2 35.93 30.91 533 33.09 4765 33.40 32.39 +.08 -2.1 iSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 84.72 83.33 1097 83.49 10397 83.53 83.40 -.07 -.4 iS Eafe N EFA 1.66e 2.4 75.27 61.35 24925 69.40 156177 70.06 68.25 -.28 -1.3 iShGerSC bt A EWGS .69e 1.1 70.42 46.17 13 63.89 80 64.46 62.51 -.60 -.7 iShEurRE Q IFEU 1.46e 3.6 42.63 33.73 2 40.90 17 41.20 40.17 +.15 -.7 iSRusMCV N IWS 1.59e 1.9 92.95 81.00 1117 85.45 3855 87.39 83.91 -.98 -4.2 iShCrLTBd N ILTB 2.54 4.1 65.21 60.25 32 61.61 625 61.81 61.01 -.23 -4.9 iSRusMCG N IWP 1.02e .8 130.04 101.80 745 120.27 2638 123.78 118.77 -2.68 -.3 iShIntlRE Q IFGL 1.48e 5.0 31.77 27.35 124 29.66 509 29.87 29.22 -.07 -1.1 iShEuroSC Q IEUS 1.08e 1.9 62.36 47.32 7 57.87 69 58.29 56.89 -.01 iShNorC bt A ENOR .58e 2.2 28.35 21.36 6 26.88 86 27.18 26.46 -.23 +4.2 iShRusMid N IWR 2.85e 1.4 220.02 184.20 135 203.16 870 208.10 199.95 -3.28 -2.4 iShMrnSC N JKJ 1.78e 1.1 182.30 153.97 3 166.77 24 170.66 163.84 -2.02 -4.2 iShIreland N EIRL .55e 1.2 50.12 39.88 11 46.23 72 47.07 45.68 -.49 -3.7 iSCorSPMid N IJH 1.89e 1.0 199.91 167.43 1874 185.01 8087 189.23 181.69 -2.56 -2.5 iSh10yCBd N CLY 2.67 4.4 63.67 58.95 46 60.04 451 60.14 59.64 -.26 -5.0 iShiBxHYB N HYG 5.09 6.0 89.04 84.07 12674 85.27 64389 85.58 84.89 -.37 -2.3 iShFinlC bt A EFNL .51e 1.2 43.41 34.90 9 41.48 70 42.08 41.04 -.46 +5.2 iShSft N IGV .12e .1 183.23 124.92 293 167.07 1713 172.43 163.95 -2.63 +8.1 iShCorUS n N FTY 51.01 43.20 68 45.01 529 45.54 44.19 -.06 -9.3 iShDenC bt A EDEN .81e 1.2 71.11 55.43 10 67.36 47 68.69 66.65 -1.33 -.3 iShs SOX Q SOXX 1.55e .9 198.84 129.86 393 171.54 3170 180.07 170.77 -8.51 +1.0 iShIndia50 Q INDY .15e .4 39.29 32.00 148 35.39 11464 36.04 34.81 +.03 -4.7 iShNetw N IGN .25e .5 55.29 43.70 9 50.67 26 52.33 50.21 -.83 +4.5 iShNATch N IGM .73e .4 195.60 135.85 68 175.08 379 180.63 172.14 -4.35 +3.7 iShNsdBio s Q IBB 119.30 94.20 2830 101.03 14168 106.73 100.22 -5.71 -5.4 iShResRE N REZ 2.01e 3.5 67.72 53.83 26 57.82 113 58.42 56.44 +.17 -7.1 iSh2019Mun N IBMH .27 1.1 25.65 24.92 45 25.31 167 25.34 25.28 +.01 iShC&SRE N ICF 2.97e 3.2 104.37 88.40 104 92.71 616 94.52 91.33 -.59 -8.5 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.2 106.16 85.67 25 96.03 273 98.46 94.36 -1.69 -2.2 iShGbl100 N IOO 2.14e 2.4 98.94 80.36 22 90.46 94 92.49 88.57 -.80 -2.3 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.54 25.32 29 25.38 74 25.38 25.35 -.02 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .8 198.53 159.21 20 180.19 614 184.33 175.36 -2.13 +.5 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 103.80 487 104.39 2437 104.49 104.19 -.25 -2.1 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 110.21 3 111.10 12 111.56 110.93 -.50 -2.5 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 31.11 3537 34.23 19512 34.83 33.66 +.10 -5.1 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 2.0 131.56 112.39 2339 118.50 11471 121.38 116.03 -1.46 -4.7 iSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .5 193.05 149.28 5 181.07 96 185.27 178.34 -4.47 +.9 iShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.7 30.19 21.47 466 25.29 1988 25.60 24.47 +.19 -6.6 iSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .9 230.66 187.04 87 215.11 1464 220.26 211.47 -3.22 -.3 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 107.53 55 108.18 423 108.20 107.85 -.10 -1.4 iSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.1 146.15 112.45 2230 133.94 9843 137.69 131.51 -2.15 -.5 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 41.90 20 48.57 410 49.36 47.16 +1.12 -7.6 iShCorUSCr Q CRED 4.20 3.9 112.93 107.71 49 108.80 325 108.86 108.38 -.17 -2.9 iSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.6 159.31 129.47 1096 144.79 6162 148.48 141.97 -2.07 -2.6 iSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.6 131.46 112.01 952 121.41 4662 123.75 118.47 -.47 -3.5 iShIntCrBd Q CIU 3.09 2.9 110.70 106.48 380 106.99 2924 107.08 106.75 -.25 -2.0 iSh1-3CrBd Q CSJ 1.52 1.5 105.61 103.58 1637 103.83 5402 103.83 103.61 +.03 -.7 iSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .7 201.80 157.38 952 187.98 2876 192.42 184.14 -2.59 +.7 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 128.88 12 131.75 270 132.49 130.87 -.53 -3.1 iShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.78 1359 50.89 18940 50.92 50.87 -.04 +.1 iShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.2 160.63 133.66 24779 150.36 136332 153.61 147.18 -1.47 -1.4 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 119.68 497 120.43 2638 120.66 120.10 -.19 -1.4 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 81

iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.4 94.20 82.07 584 84.15 2982 85.77 82.16 -.33 -6.6 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 1.16e 2.2 58.64 49.35 421 52.56 1694 53.79 51.41 -.56 -5.1 iSCorUSGr s Q IUSG .72e 1.3 58.49 45.54 372 53.67 2204 55.20 52.74 -.95 -.2 iShChina N MCHI .61e .9 76.72 49.52 4730 66.20 19302 68.40 65.39 -2.37 -.5 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.41 110.18 859 110.27 14962 110.28 110.23 -.10 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 2098 37.20 15209 37.46 37.06 -.36 -2.3 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.8 76.51 65.75 613 73.47 2519 73.97 72.45 -.22 +.7 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.6 169.20 137.79 385 154.19 1449 158.04 151.20 -2.15 -2.5 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 57.94 13 66.83 251 68.05 65.83 -.78 -4.6 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.6 142.50 119.51 40 127.09 284 128.49 125.47 -.36 -4.4 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.7 55.45 47.51 1954 51.49 11325 52.52 50.66 -.44 -2.4 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 2.1 158.15 134.66 6 141.78 27 148.29 138.80 -1.25 -6.9 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.4 166.09 142.74 59 152.56 412 156.06 149.73 -1.94 -4.7 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.1 53.07 45.15 4 48.89 150 49.39 48.18 -.18 -1.3tiShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.5 34.77 26.34 355 26.87 2222 27.37 26.34 -.15 -8.6 iShTech N IYW 1.20e .7 184.45 132.38 246 164.57 2224 170.00 162.04 -3.64 +1.1 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.6 100.28 79.67 22 89.88 2499 91.67 88.77 -1.51 -3.2 iShGblCStp N KXI 2.19e 2.2 109.16 96.87 8 100.57 61 101.88 98.12 +.20 -5.1 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.7 83.27 71.27 11896 75.15 55661 76.15 73.99 -.32 -7.2 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.3 119.68 95.10 11 111.16 229 113.16 108.11 -.32 +1.6 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 101.58 99.37 208 99.92 546 99.94 99.79 -.22 +.1 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 31.65 2949 40.22 17683 41.48 37.72 +.73 -8.0 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.2 158.32 123.50 50 141.93 945 146.31 140.41 -3.10 -3.7 iShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .7 206.56 147.70 209 196.63 1851 201.84 192.04 -1.33 +4.5 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.8 193.31 153.57 118 168.94 635 174.09 166.89 -3.67 -3.0 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 104.88 138 128.88 721 133.11 126.19 -2.08 -1.2 iShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.74 41.83 127 49.50 818 51.16 48.64 -.87 +.4 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.3 69.95 59.26 6 63.73 29 65.02 62.45 -.81 -4.3 iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 101.53 759 116.14 3222 119.33 114.11 -1.67 -2.8 iShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 70.58 48.95 52 64.35 240 66.51 63.32 -1.08 +2.5 iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 3.1 42.87 33.70 448 36.89 3268 37.84 35.59 -.08 -7.0 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 96.99 11 108.89 74 111.79 106.76 -1.97 -2.0 iShCrSPS s N IJR 80.68 66.77 3570 76.76 19043 78.24 74.76 -.25 -.1 iShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .9 194.27 149.14 37 181.03 757 186.57 178.76 -3.98 +4.3tiShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.0 130.93 115.32 27 119.33 149 121.21 115.32 +.42 -5.8 iShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .2 172.85 133.40 50 158.79 113 162.33 154.63 +.89 +1.2 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.0 67.93 54.22 509 62.46 3230 63.28 61.59 -.58 -1.0 iShPharm N IHE 3.11e 1.0 166.06 141.76 3 143.47 25 147.65 141.80 -4.07 -7.1 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.5 108.32 85.86 156 95.61 2665 98.25 93.11 -.47 -6.4 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.6 44.42 32.90 19 42.98 293 43.70 41.92 +.41 +4.9 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.4 70.84 57.23 8506 65.44 51697 66.10 64.46 -.44 -1.0 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.6 42.94 29.57 29 32.59 155 33.71 31.00 +.17 -9.3 iShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.5 143.07 116.57 26 130.53 190 133.62 127.71 -1.59 -2.3 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.7 70.54 50.49 27 62.64 159 64.55 60.58 -.92 -3.6 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.9 56.94 49.39 51 52.90 359 53.73 52.31 -.60 -1.8 iShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 49.12 212 49.30 2746 49.34 49.18 -.05 -1.1 iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.4 50.81 41.21 1723 46.68 5332 47.12 45.70 +.05 -1.2 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 42.00 162 44.12 658 44.56 43.67 -.45 -1.8 iSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.1 101.99 82.93 22 95.06 151 96.98 93.25 -.99 -.7 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 36.18 72 37.35 527 37.70 37.04 -.42 -1.8 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 23 24.76 166 24.96 24.65 -.22 -4.1 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.0 59.57 49.15 277 54.45 1950 54.95 53.36 -.10 -1.4 iSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.1 160.55 132.50 81 150.56 2089 153.46 146.30 -.28 -2.0 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 33.24 24 33.99 318 34.19 33.79 -.27 -1.9 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 69.10 122 79.71 5548 80.63 78.58 -.66 -1.3 iShSCGrth Q IJT 1.54e .9 181.67 147.58 220 172.91 1865 176.23 168.79 -.94 +1.6 iShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.27 14 24.36 26 24.38 24.28 -.02 -.7 iShiB3-23x s N IBCE 24.76 23.58 4 23.68 10 23.72 23.60 -.10 -2.5 iShBd3-23 s N IBDD 26.95 25.67 3 25.79 16 25.84 25.71 -.02 -2.5tiShBd3-20 s N IBDC 26.38 25.82 4 25.87 107 25.91 25.82 -.04 -.8 iStar N STAR 5 12.68 9.75 457 10.24 2469 10.44 9.98 +.07 -9.4 iStar pfD N STARpD 2.00 8.0 26.12 24.29 3 25.05 9 25.22 24.57 -.08 -1.3 iStar pfG N STARpG 1.91 7.7 25.94 24.01 0 24.80 12 25.11 24.50 +.10 -2.8 iStar pfI N STARpI 1.87 7.6 25.94 23.81 0 24.58 6 24.89 24.40 -.11 -2.4 ITT Inc N ITT .54f 1.1 19 57.62 36.93 775 49.04 3161 50.77 47.06 +.06 -8.1 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .60 182 4.54 1826 4.85 3.81 +.70 +92.4 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.52f 1.9 20 87.55 68.55 648 78.00 1976 79.90 75.85 +.6 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.0 30.50 25.82 2 27.45 23 27.50 26.95 +.33 -3.3 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.0 28.92 26.21 5 27.30 17 27.39 26.90 +.05 -2.8 iBio A IBIO .55 .14 355 .21 4349 .23 .20 -.01 +19.2 Icahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 11.7 25 62.79 47.06 78 60.05 567 61.75 57.00 +3.01 +13.3 IchorHld n Q ICHR 11 35.51 16.82 644 23.24 4595 24.94 22.20 -.97 -5.5 Icon PLC Q ICLR 29 124.65 76.46 319 111.38 1909 119.22 110.21 -6.76 -.7tIconixBrnd Q ICON 1 8.30 .96 1162 1.01 6209 1.14 .96 -.10 -21.7 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.7 22 100.04 79.59 280 87.25 1778 88.77 85.55 -1.02 -4.5 IdealPower Q IPWR 3.29 1.06 167 1.26 1367 1.34 1.11 +.12 -11.3 Identive lf Q INVE 7.58 2.55 21 3.36 185 3.90 3.31 -.38 +.6 IderaPhm Q IDRA 2.87 1.32 1014 1.64 6942 1.85 1.57 -.20 -22.3 IDEX N IEX 1.48 1.1 32 150.72 91.60 293 138.77 1541 144.21 137.31 -3.74 +5.2siKangHlth Q KANG 17 20.14 11.70 788 20.11 5050 20.14 19.96 +.16 +27.3 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 1 8.75 14 8.98 8.45 -.05 +16.4 ITW N ITW 3.12 2.0 31 179.07 130.17 1496 152.60 8560 160.08 150.74 -4.06 -8.5 Illumina Q ILMN 46 256.64 167.16 735 228.17 4052 239.52 225.82 -8.25 +4.4 ImageSens Q ISNS 4.80 2.50 25 4.20 71 4.35 4.10 -.05 +42.4 Imax Corp N IMAX 33.50 17.58 697 22.10 4490 22.50 19.05 +2.90 -4.5 Immersn h Q IMMR 12.85 5.76 280 11.43 1465 11.91 11.25 -.52 +61.9 ImmuCell Q ICCC 83 9.25 5.24 9 7.45 31 7.48 6.85 +.45 -15.2 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 13.05 2.80 233 3.15 1801 3.40 3.00 -.15 -19.2tImmuneP rs Q IMNP 5.02 .31 137 .34 1018 .36 .31 -.01 -41.2 ImunoCll rs A IMUC 2.79 .17 662 .24 3469 .27 .22 -.01 -23.7 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 2.84 2321 9.99 13799 10.97 9.78 -.53 +55.9 Imunmd Q IMMU 18.93 5.00 1608 13.94 8244 15.58 13.82 -.67 -13.7 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.47 5 11.35 14 11.81 11.21 -.16 +114.6 Immutep Q IMMP 2.85 1.25 18 1.79 115 1.95 1.70 -.11 +14.0 ImpacMtg A IMH 3 17.40 7.18 9 7.89 96 8.14 7.41 -.01 -22.3 ImpaxLabs Q IPXL 25.70 11.85 720 18.95 4294 20.20 18.35 -.50 +13.8 ImpOil g A IMO .64f 2.3 56 32.81 25.91 524 27.92 3772 28.50 25.91 +1.42 -10.5 Imperva Q IMPV 52.40 37.17 233 43.80 1411 45.20 42.10 +.50 +10.3 Impinj n Q PI 60.85 9.95 203 12.60 1486 13.22 12.07 -.42 -44.1 ImprimisP Q IMMY 4.65 1.35 211 1.98 596 2.05 1.71 +.22 +16.5 IncOpR A IOR 25 12.45 8.31 4 11.40 24 11.95 10.44 -.30 +2.9tIncyte Q INCY 144.32 79.27 26080 64.02 32159 84.80 63.43 -19.31 -32.4 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.71 2.72 69 3.88 462 4.07 3.45 +.10 -2.5sIndepHld N IHC .12f .3 14 36.36 17.25 8 36.45 75 37.00 34.40 +.80 +32.8 IndepRT N IRT .72a 7.7 19 10.63 8.26 527 9.31 3287 9.39 8.92 +.31 -7.7 IndBkMA Q INDB 1.52f 2.1 23 76.35 59.65 82 71.15 504 73.55 69.75 -.40 +1.9 IndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.6 20 24.50 18.50 136 23.45 643 24.25 22.20 +.55 +4.9 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .48f .7 22 75.95 51.71 71 70.00 440 72.20 68.30 -.70 +3.6 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.8 28.81 24.23 113 25.30 431 25.55 24.51 +.67 -3.1 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .30 274 .51 1376 .59 .50 -.05 -49.4 IndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 25.96 588 26.53 2500 27.07 26.25 +.11 -17.7 IndusAcq n Q INDU 9.85 9.65 2 9.85 80 9.85 9.80 +.04 +1.0 IndusAc un Q INDUU 10.46 9.95 4 10.39 26 10.45 10.38 -.01 +3.4 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 .96 17 2.27 61 2.52 2.26 -.22 +38.1 IndLogis n Q ILPT 24.00 17.21 166 20.03 1271 20.50 19.79 -.31 -14.2 IndBach N IBA .87e 1.4 67.61 51.56 7 61.83 24 64.38 61.07 -.12 +7.9 Infinera Q INFN 12.38 6.10 919 10.87 4679 11.27 10.57 +.01 +71.7 InnityPh Q INFI 3.75 .93 914 1.87 3442 2.12 1.85 -.23 -7.9 InfPrCas Q IPCC 2.32 2.0 28 122.45 83.00 59 116.95 341 119.65 114.54 -1.45 +10.3 InflaRx n Q IFRX 34.86 14.47 30 27.40 186 31.97 26.46 -1.44 +30.8 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 4.8 5 4.63 2.99 74 4.19 451 4.35 4.10 +.01 +.5tInfoSonc rs Q IFON 26.00 5.21 50 4.62 356 7.88 4.49 -3.03 -35.7 Infosys N INFY .40e 2.3 18 18.71 13.88 5692 17.49 27271 18.01 17.39 -.36 +7.8 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.9 18 23.22 17.60 266 20.24 1115 20.63 19.24 +.81 +8.9 InfrEnAlt Q IEA 10.42 8.25 78 8.96 1368 9.15 8.60 +.12 -9.7sInfuSystem A INFU 2.95 1.20 4 2.85 57 2.95 2.75 -.05 +23.9 IngerRd N IR 1.80 2.2 19 97.67 81.25 1849 83.19 7855 86.50 81.93 -2.32 -6.7 Ingevity N NGVT 82.10 53.62 180 74.03 989 77.33 70.71 +.34 +5.1 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 1.9 15 47.95 20.75 96 33.90 581 34.35 32.47 +.05 -2.0 Ingredion N INGR 2.40 1.9 17 146.28 113.42 686 126.89 2664 130.36 125.75 -2.03 -9.2 InnerWkgs Q INWK 27 12.03 8.19 250 9.39 1305 9.54 8.79 +.34 -6.4 Innodata Q INOD 2.25 .88 2 1.14 32 1.18 1.08 -.01 -16.2 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 4.8 36 53.99 38.66 87 40.35 567 40.77 38.73 +.14 -13.7 Innospec Q IOSP .78f 1.1 27 74.30 54.10 55 67.90 493 69.65 66.25 -.70 -3.8sInnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 278 27.68 3056 50.50 25.18 +.30 +353.8 InnovInd n N IIPR 1.00f 3.3 36.88 15.72 67 30.32 632 31.43 27.11 +3.57 -6.2 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 28.80 25.50 1 27.24 8 27.75 27.10 -.07 -2.5 InnovSolu Q ISSC 12 4.54 2.60 2 3.53 53 3.62 3.46 +20.1 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 6.1 18 17.21 11.02 434 16.46 3071 16.87 16.27 -.21 +16.0 Innsuites A IHT .01 .7 2.27 1.23 1.51 3 1.57 1.50 -.07 -13.7 Inogen Q INGN 134.97 74.06 138 128.00 633 130.50 122.24 +5.16 +7.5tInovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 10.10 759 10.30 3899 10.75 10.10 -.30 -31.3 InovioPhm Q INO 9.86 3.76 709 4.62 4721 4.85 4.38 -.09 +11.9 Inphi N IPHI 46.92 23.65 445 29.50 2828 30.99 28.96 -.60 -19.4tInpixon rs Q INPX 138.30 .65 1199 .86 12383 1.21 .65 -.21 -86.3 InseegoCp Q INSG 2.43 .87 35 1.74 455 1.83 1.64 -.04 +8.1 InsightEnt Q NSIT 12 53.19 32.11 207 33.32 1407 35.31 33.10 -1.61 -13.0tInsightS n N INSI 21.10 18.97 23 18.97 109 19.46 18.81 -.20 -4.7 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.19 .90 275 1.88 419 2.10 1.56 +.30 +58.0 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 953 20.06 4990 22.12 19.53 -2.46 -35.7 Insperity s N NSP 25 72.60 34.88 378 68.45 1534 71.45 67.00 -1.10 +19.4 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 5.15 25 5.50 128 5.80 5.15 -43.9 InstlldBPd N IBP 32 79.40 46.65 352 59.15 1335 61.80 55.00 -.90 -22.1 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .4 21 36.94 23.20 119 26.99 731 28.38 26.59 -.64 -4.7 Instructre n N INST 46.50 22.00 152 40.75 1298 42.50 39.95 -1.40 +23.1 Insulet Q PODD 88.88 38.43 377 83.77 2471 87.23 83.01 -2.91 +21.4 InsysTher s Q INSY 15.02 4.10 271 6.27 1821 6.62 5.81 +.23 -34.8 IntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 4.80 48 6.30 220 6.60 6.05 -.03 +22.3 IntegerHl N ITGR 58.54 33.90 127 55.45 733 56.60 54.25 -1.10 +22.4 IntegLfSc s Q IART 67 58.17 40.51 538 54.59 2462 56.46 53.43 -.75 +14.1 IntgDv Q IDTI 41 34.13 22.70 800 29.60 4297 31.15 29.21 -.96 -.4tIntegMed n Q IMTE 10.00 3.10 3 3.00 4 3.22 3.00 -.19 -46.7 Intel Q INTC 1.20 2.5 18 53.78 33.23 28207 48.79 197015 52.04 47.29 -3.29 +5.7 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 11.15 1121 20.45 4890 22.58 19.62 -.64 +6.4 Intellichk A IDN 4.55 1.50 27 1.94 125 2.02 1.68 +.14 -24.2 IntellgSys A INS 5.15 3.30 5.00 4 5.08 4.89 -.11 +9.6 Intelliph Q IPCI 4 2.92 .51 51 .60 348 .60 .53 +.03 -25.1 Intelsat N I 7.47 2.44 2385 5.13 5641 5.19 3.55 +1.37 +51.3 IntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.7 36 49.30 34.05 107 48.30 481 49.30 45.30 +1.15 +11.2 InterXion N INXN 64.00 39.23 240 61.23 1679 62.31 60.41 -.88 +3.9 InteractB Q IBKR .40 .6 46 74.11 33.01 707 69.11 4705 71.14 63.85 +1.87 +16.7 InterceptP Q ICPT 135.59 51.05 1280 71.60 9112 73.45 58.61 +10.08 +22.6 IntcntlExc s N ICE .80e 1.1 16 76.30 57.91 1833 70.62 12808 73.24 69.80 -1.90 +.1 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 161 60.16 557 61.01 58.95 -.34 -5.3 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.9 10 93.00 67.55 204 75.40 1593 76.40 71.75 +1.80 -1.0 Interface Q TILE .26 1.0 27 26.25 18.15 278 25.20 2573 25.80 24.30 +.2tIntergroup Q INTG 28.50 21.30 2 23.20 13 25.61 21.30 -.80 -2.7 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 9.85 4.89 0 5.61 99 7.00 5.39 -.05 +7.5 Intermolec Q IMI 1.65 .80 5 1.23 165 1.37 1.17 -.08 -10.2 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 10.34 222 10.94 1324 11.16 10.39 -.06 -30.4 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.7 18 42.90 32.50 186 38.95 921 40.00 36.65 +.05 -1.9 IBM N IBM 6.00 4.0 11 172.56 139.13 3673 150.57 21737 154.92 147.45 -2.86 -1.9 IntFlav N IFF 2.76f 2.0 35 157.40 128.42 273 135.33 1581 138.92 133.15 -1.58 -11.3 IntlGmeT n N IGT .80 3.1 30.82 17.25 727 26.01 5905 26.88 25.55 -.72 -1.9 IntPap N IP 1.90f 3.6 17 66.94 49.60 2838 52.17 14955 53.72 50.42 -1.26 -10.0 IntlSeaw n N INSW 23.43 15.23 146 18.41 668 18.57 16.84 +.81 -.3 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .43f 1.1 8 47.45 32.25 192 39.60 2011 44.20 37.17 -4.50 -.6 IntTower g A THM .67 .29 42 .53 731 .57 .51 -.02 +23.3tIntrntGold Q IGLD 11.51 4.75 1 4.67 12 5.06 4.67 -.68 -44.7 IntrntInitJ Q IIJI .12e 1.2 12.50 8.12 1 9.91 23 10.04 9.64 -.24 +8.8 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 4.45 .72 190 .92 1527 .95 .85 +.04 -9.8 Interpublic N IPG .84f 3.6 15 26.01 18.30 3475 23.15 19443 23.47 22.42 +.12 +14.8 IntersENT Q XENT 40.00 15.90 205 36.60 1080 39.70 36.00 -2.70 +13.0tIntersectns Q INTX 5.75 1.46 325 2.24 754 2.26 1.46 +.61 -.9 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.1 26.90 23.44 2 24.94 19 25.02 24.73 +.14 -2.1 inTestCorp A INTT 12 10.25 6.00 24 6.63 359 6.98 6.50 -.03 -23.4 Intevac Q IVAC 18 14.15 6.00 158 6.30 677 6.95 6.20 -.60 -8.0 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 7.85 540 19.42 4245 20.37 17.53 -1.63 +34.1 IntPotash N IPI 5.12 1.58 617 3.71 3121 3.85 3.42 +.07 -22.1 Intrexon N XON 26.99 10.26 1089 17.10 12265 17.76 14.90 +1.77 +48.4 IntriCon Q IIN 84 24.00 6.05 67 20.05 252 20.73 18.95 +.05 +1.3 Intuit Q INTU 1.56 .9 46 179.30 114.80 1983 167.68 9953 174.61 166.52 -5.67 +6.3 IntSurg s Q ISRG 46 452.00 251.13 615 396.55 4931 414.87 393.57 -16.28 +8.7 Inuvo A INUV 1.39 .70 140 .93 254 .96 .89 +.01 +15.1 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 19.05 10.20 230 17.45 1433 17.65 16.35 +.07 +3.6 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 6 9.46 72 9.60 9.28 +.27 -8.2 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 111 9.72 288 9.97 9.71 -.14 -.7 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.3 11.93 10.49 54 10.69 325 10.71 10.59 +.08 -6.1 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.6 20.29 17.80 23 18.04 140 18.16 17.98 +.06 -9.3 InvCAVal N VCV .79 6.7 13.20 11.53 66 11.90 539 11.95 11.66 +.23 -5.4 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.7 12.35 11.33 185 11.67 849 11.75 11.63 -.06 -.3 InvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.0 15.25 13.71 30 13.78 86 14.00 13.75 -.09 -6.3 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.8 15.47 13.64 63 14.57 690 14.61 14.32 +.05 -2.2 Invesco N IVZ 1.16 3.8 13 38.43 30.02 3517 30.70 17178 32.01 30.19 -1.31 -16.0 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.64f 10.0 7 18.86 15.15 901 16.42 4292 16.56 16.16 +.04 -7.9 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.8 25.70 24.24 8 24.95 45 25.01 24.82 +.09 -.3 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.7 26.44 24.25 4 25.20 26 25.24 24.97 +.02 -2.2 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.9 25.73 23.40 27 23.84 123 24.03 23.70 +.03 -4.6 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.2 8.25 7.38 112 7.54 434 7.56 7.40 +.13 -5.8 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.5 13.37 11.56 113 11.79 812 11.84 11.68 +.07 -4.9 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 7.0 13.04 11.51 241 11.71 727 11.82 11.61 +.02 -6.3 InvPAVal N VPV .79 6.7 12.68 11.54 21 11.79 311 11.83 11.74 +.04 -3.0 Invsco iqi N IQI .76 6.3 13.04 11.72 79 11.98 467 11.99 11.86 +.08 -4.2 InvSrInco N VVR .31 7.1 4.73 4.26 560 4.42 2206 4.43 4.39 +.02 +.7 InvTrIG N VGM .88 7.2 13.80 12.09 90 12.30 565 12.32 12.18 +.08 -6.7 InvTrNY N VTN .85 6.5 14.00 12.74 56 13.11 239 13.11 12.79 +.29 -4.4 Investar Q ISTR .14f .6 24 26.55 20.25 14 25.25 92 25.98 24.05 -.56 +4.9 InvTech N ITG .28 1.4 23.96 17.63 148 19.86 998 20.30 19.10 +.12 +3.2 InvestBncp Q ISBC .36 2.7 21 14.85 12.48 2382 13.34 12458 13.73 13.16 -.30 -3.9 InvRlEst N IRET .28 5.3 4 5.93 4.05 453 5.32 3295 5.41 5.11 +.13 +6.6 InvRlE pfC N IRETpC 1.66 7.1 26.08 22.29 1 23.30 17 23.44 23.05 +.17 -10.4 InvTitl Q ITIC 1.60a .8 16 221.88 153.71 1 197.40 9 200.50 190.00 -2.50 -.5 Invitae n N NVTA 11.52 4.35 1797 4.98 6916 5.30 4.70 +.29 -45.2 InvitHm n N INVH .44f 1.9 24.30 20.25 1607 22.59 8390 22.90 22.46 -.24 -4.2 InVivoTh rs Q NVIV 4.30 .45 85 .50 996 .55 .48 -.03 -34.9 Invuity n Q IVTY 9.70 3.30 290 4.15 1050 4.40 3.80 +.30 -33.1 IonisPhm Q IONS 65.51 37.26 979 40.68 6575 44.08 40.33 -3.40 -19.1 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 4.45 903 13.85 5479 17.05 13.60 -3.05 +73.1 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.00 104 29.43 121 29.62 29.33 -.05 +.6 iPBtaCocoa N CHOC 38.83 26.41 3 36.86 18 38.75 36.61 -.74 +32.3tiPBetaCoff N CAFE 14.04 10.35 19 10.50 45 10.51 10.35 +.04 -7.7 iPBetaAlu N FOIL 30.20 25.96 10 27.14 12 27.38 26.92 -.76 -8.3 iPBetaCopp N CUPM 36.42 27.43 2 33.62 6 33.62 33.04 +.40 -7.3 iPBetaLead N LEDD 43.61 35.16 2 39.03 5 39.75 39.03 -.48 -7.2 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 19.55 12.86 69 18.54 90 18.94 18.54 -.89 +4.7 iPBetaAgri N DIRT 33.32 28.84 15 30.87 17 31.13 30.26 +.30 +5.5 iPGrains N WEET 35.91 30.53 6 33.09 9 33.39 32.40 +.27 +7.5 iPBetaIMet N HEVY 35.00 28.13 6 32.29 7 32.45 32.29 -.75 -4.6tiPBtaLvstk N LSTK 47.53 39.79 13 42.06 15 42.06 39.79 +.52 -6.1 iPBtaPrMt N BLNG 34.04 31.25 2 33.49 2 33.49 33.44 +.16 +4.4 iRadimed Q IRMD 15.85 7.85 4 14.35 31 14.55 14.00 -.05 -5.3 Iridex Q IRIX 12.43 5.31 4 5.67 39 5.85 5.60 -.05 -25.6 IridiumCm Q IRDM 11 13.25 9.40 757 11.70 3355 11.90 10.95 +.45 -.8 IronMtn N IRM 2.20 6.6 29 41.52 30.78 2220 33.53 9087 34.32 32.15 +.67 -11.1 IronwdPh Q IRWD 19.94 12.89 502 14.36 5897 15.31 13.83 -1.07 -4.2 iShItaly rs N EWI 34.45 24.46 1111 32.57 4346 32.79 31.38 +.42 +7.0 iShJapan rs N EWJ 64.71 50.58 10464 59.62 48298 60.73 59.26 -1.06 -.5 iSMlasia rs N EWM 36.24 30.37 636 35.31 5377 36.19 35.00 -.83 +7.1 iShSing rs N EWS 28.35 22.33 982 26.28 11770 26.53 25.62 -.39 +1.3 iSTaiwn rs N EWT 39.36 32.44 4697 37.49 24556 38.31 37.16 -.85 +3.5 iSh UK rs N EWU 38.05 32.22 1728 35.27 9723 35.60 34.17 +.52 -1.5 iSh0-5IGCp N SLQD .79 1.6 50.73 49.58 116 49.73 448 49.73 49.61 -.01 -1.1 iShCmdOpT N CMDT 41.95 33.50 0 37.24 13 37.32 36.44 -.06 +.2 iShCvBd N ICVT .67e 58.93 50.77 13 55.38 267 56.28 54.90 -.94 +.5 iShCorEM N IEMG .95e 1.7 62.70 47.15 14237 57.02 66217 58.38 56.34 -1.38 +.2 iShRUT P n Q AMCA .26e 28.53 24.40 0 26.26 36 26.26 25.59 +.26 -4.0 iSh USD n Q SUSC 25.90 24.39 4 24.63 13 24.68 24.53 -.01 -3.3 iShColomC N ICOL .43e 2.8 16.39 13.41 4 15.37 26 15.40 14.82 +.41 +6.4 iSh 1-5Yr n Q SUSB 25.26 24.55 1 24.64 28 24.64 24.57 +.01 -1.3 iShDefBd n N HYDB 51.96 49.25 1 49.61 2 49.61 49.31 -.14 -2.1 iShFSIntSC N ISCF .12p 34.73 26.72 9 32.48 48 32.78 32.01 -.13 +.1 iShRs2500 n N SMMD 45.58 38.87 1 42.82 3 43.39 42.68 +.13 -2.0 iShFacSIntl N INTF .17p 31.21 24.85 84 28.75 832 28.99 28.24 -.14 -.3 iShArgGl n N AGT 32.94 24.18 3 30.41 17 30.87 29.75 -.15 +.8 iShFS USA N LRGF .19e 33.93 27.54 168 31.12 2199 31.86 30.61 -.38 -2.1 iShFSUsaSC N SMLF .23e 41.79 34.50 11 38.87 64 39.67 38.12 -.25 -1.6 iShFacSGbl N ACWF .11p 34.07 25.44 10 30.32 48 31.01 30.08 -.60 -1.1tiSh iBd23 n N IBML 25.96 24.78 31 24.82 83 24.87 24.78 -.07 -1.6 iSh IntDv n N IDEV 62.47 53.10 7 57.79 37 58.30 56.86 -.30 -1.2 iShMgRE rs N REM 48.54 39.80 158 42.57 957 42.80 41.85 +.09 -5.8 iShExpoTc Q XT .14p 38.52 29.08 95 35.62 1446 36.51 35.15 -.76 +.5 iSh0-5HYCp N SHYG 2.38 5.1 48.07 45.93 988 46.57 2231 46.71 46.36 -.22 -1.2 iShDvlValu N IVLU 28.44 22.72 22 26.09 314 26.33 25.62 -.12 -1.3tiSh 3-10yr n N IMTB 51.95 47.89 1 48.30 25 48.45 47.86 -.05 -2.8siShSaudi N KSA 29.70 24.50 72 29.38 445 29.70 28.50 +.09 +12.2 iSh USA Op Q ESGU .92e 1.6 62.57 51.30 9 56.70 19 58.08 56.03 -1.09 -2.8 iSh MinVl n N SMMV 30.51 26.71 0 29.00 7 29.10 28.46 +.31 -.6 iShIntDevM N IMTM .30p 33.00 26.72 43 30.20 330 30.52 29.74 -.39 -1.0 iShIntDevQ N IQLT .55p 31.40 26.27 20 29.20 62 29.42 28.68 -.08 -1.5 iShLwCarb N CRBN .94p 125.97 103.31 4 115.31 75 117.47 113.75 -1.50 -1.4 iShFallAn n Q FALN 1.48a 5.6 30.06 26.26 6 26.45 44 26.54 26.33 -.19 -2.6 iShDvlSize N ISZE 29.72 26.10 27.35 21 27.45 27.23 -.18 -3.4 iShCHdEM N HEEM 1.26e 1.8 28.95 22.46 35 26.40 111 26.98 26.00 -.54 -.4 iShMsciChA A CNYA 35.68 25.45 1 31.41 66 32.25 31.41 -.94 -1.9 iSh ESG Opt Q ESGD 72.49 59.28 19 67.01 254 67.59 65.91 -.31 -1.2 iSh IntDvGr N IGRO 62.04 51.65 10 56.30 30 57.85 55.75 -.65 -5.2 iSh GlImp n Q MPCT 1.18e 2.0 62.84 51.27 4 58.58 30 59.04 57.47 -.29 -1.0 iShMultiTc N TCHF 42.80 33.04 0 39.33 2 39.41 38.38 -.33 +1.4 iShMultInd N INDF 33.67 28.80 0 30.90 9 31.42 30.60 +.22 -3.1 iShMultHl N HCRF 35.18 27.19 3 31.07 14 31.78 30.58 -.16 -1.7tiShiB20Mun N IBMI .24 .9 25.44 25.27 57 25.29 285 25.35 25.26 -.08 -.3 iSh MultFin N FNCF 37.85 30.05 1 34.15 14 35.15 34.00 -.75 -3.4 iShMultiEn N ERGF 30.28 23.28 1 26.00 3 26.90 25.93 -.50 -8.2 iShIntHdHi N HYGH 4.56 5.0 92.42 88.33 16 90.35 81 90.78 90.04 -.22 -.6 iShCHAust N HAUD 1.81p 25.23 22.42 0 22.99 3 23.10 22.77 -.12 -6.2 iShCTotBd s Q IUSB 51.49 49.51 103 49.79 619 49.89 49.61 -.15 -2.1 iShCDivGr N DGRO .65e 1.9 37.22 29.96 974 33.48 5529 34.31 32.82 -.42 -3.7 iShCHEmu N HEZU .64e 1.7 31.55 27.97 1064 29.45 11708 29.77 28.70 +.11 -1.2 iShGblReit N REET .94e 3.8 26.68 23.40 107 24.47 594 24.83 24.11 -.10 -6.2 iShCoreInt N IAGG 53.61 51.09 77 52.63 733 52.74 52.53 -.04 +1.1 iShCorePac N IPAC 1.06e 1.8 63.99 51.96 46 58.92 300 59.82 58.45 -.95 -1.2 iShEurMV N HEUV .98 4.1 25.74 23.44 4 24.15 5 24.16 23.44 +.71 -2.1 iShCHGer Q HEWG .68e 1.7 30.35 26.39 246 27.48 2160 27.78 26.76 +.08 -4.2 iShIntHdCp N LQDH 2.76 2.9 99.18 94.07 63 96.80 1126 96.86 96.37 +.09 -.5 iShCHCda N HEWC 1.41e 1.8 26.97 24.31 53 25.02 89 25.24 24.77 -.21 -5.2 iShJpMinV N JPMV .70e 1.0 72.41 59.58 1 69.60 18 70.45 68.83 -.54 +2.5 iShEuMinV N EUMV .67e 2.6 26.69 22.72 1 25.57 15 25.57 25.07 +.15 +.9 iShCorEur N IEUR 1.18e 2.4 53.97 43.43 205 49.70 2574 50.14 48.67 +.02 -.9 iShxJMinV N AXJV .84p 38.95 31.52 1 36.76 16 37.35 36.72 -.93 +1.1tiSh2022Mu N IBMK .09e 26.37 25.36 27 25.39 117 25.46 25.36 -.11 -1.1tiSh UAE Q UAE .63e 3.9 18.08 16.23 37 16.20 92 16.85 16.15 -.54 -3.6 iSh Qatar Q QAT .66e 4.0 20.04 13.01 4 16.62 28 16.75 16.39 +.02 +2.6 iShYdOpBd N BYLD .75 3.1 26.66 24.28 24 24.37 117 24.46 24.32 -.07 -2.5tiSh2021Mu N IBMJ .07e 26.08 25.28 30 25.33 111 25.37 25.28 -.07 -.4 iShRussia rs N ERUS 39.23 27.18 519 35.73 2127 36.67 35.60 -.71 +6.6 iSCHeafe N HEFA .70e 1.6 30.88 26.88 887 28.61 23821 29.02 28.09 -.11 -3.6 iShH10yCBd N CLYH .31e 27.42 24.79 5 26.20 44 26.25 26.02 -.04 -.8 iShCHSpain N HEWP .31p 24.63 20.85 0 21.64 13 21.85 21.24 -2.4 iShHEmBd N EMBH .30e 27.37 25.29 6 26.55 10 26.55 26.33 +.22 iShCHItaly N HEWI .55p 18.48 15.11 0 17.75 16 17.87 17.44 +.38 +5.5tiShShMMu N MEAR .27e 50.18 49.64 33 49.68 75 49.85 49.64 -.02 -.3 iSCHEafSC N HSCZ .19p 32.04 26.83 1 30.44 6 30.44 30.10 +.18 -1.7 iShCHAcxUs N HAWX 1.38e 4.0 28.00 23.99 6 25.98 40 26.28 25.61 -.28 -3.3 iShGbMM rs N PICK 37.91 25.02 106 32.85 432 33.85 32.29 -.67 -5.1 iShCmdSel Q COMT 1.89e 5.2 38.51 31.13 92 36.30 7110 36.87 35.79 -.62 -.1 iShGblGld rs Q RING 20.84 16.88 89 17.80 990 18.09 17.46 +.11 -5.3 iShTrFRBd N TFLO .07e .1 50.32 50.00 19 50.23 83 50.25 50.21 -.05 iShCH UK N HEWU .24p 24.77 22.21 3 23.02 34 23.14 22.34 +.32 -5.3 iSh ESG Sl N ESGE 81.63 60.30 16 73.70 212 75.63 73.10 -2.03 -.3 iShCHSwitz N HEWL 1.43e 2.4 27.79 25.03 0 25.56 13 25.56 25.24 -.49 -5.4 iShLqdty bt A ICSH .25e .5 50.54 49.98 14 50.02 182 50.05 50.00 -.09 -.1 iShCHJpn N HEWJ .74e .5 35.29 26.93 1064 31.67 6038 32.38 31.08 -.41 -5.0 iShFacEmg N EMGF .13p 53.84 39.80 80 49.82 168 51.07 49.25 -1.48 +.7 iSh iBd26 n N IBDR 24.92 23.36 8 23.64 53 23.64 23.46 -.03 -3.7 iSiBd12-18 s N IBDH .30 1.2 25.50 25.07 85 25.11 483 25.12 25.08 -.03 -.1 iSiBd12-20 s N IBDL .62e 2.5 25.66 24.99 144 25.05 533 25.08 25.00 -.02 -1.0tiSiBd12-19 s N IBDK .37e 25.11 24.70 117 24.75 656 24.78 24.70 -.02 -.5 iSiBd12-23 s N IBDO .56e 25.55 24.33 95 24.45 394 24.52 24.38 -.03 -2.5 iSiBd12-22 s N IBDN .55e 25.42 24.33 99 24.47 462 24.48 24.34 -.04 -2.0 iSiBd12-25 s N IBDQ .64e 25.37 23.98 18 24.21 124 24.23 24.05 -.06 -3.3 iSiBd12-24 s N IBDP .63e 25.44 24.14 32 24.31 147 24.32 24.16 -.09 -3.0 iSiBd12-21 s N IBDM .47e 25.19 24.33 181 24.44 729 24.46 24.36 -.03 -1.5 IsoRay A ISR .64 .38 36 .42 374 .44 .40 -.00 +5.0 IsraelChm N ICL .27e 6.4 4.95 3.85 198 4.20 786 4.30 4.14 -.04 +4.0 Isramco Q ISRL 128.93 92.00 0 106.90 2 106.90 104.98 +3.10 +2.2 IssuerDir A ISDR .20 1.3 55 18.95 11.30 16.00 3 17.05 16.00 -1.00 -12.8 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 16.7 15.76 10.28 4 14.81 34 15.22 14.38 +.16 +10.2 ItauUnibH N ITUB .32e 2.1 16.98 10.02 6517 15.18 48691 15.76 14.75 -.41 +16.9tIteris Q ITI 8.17 4.43 1024 4.50 1773 5.00 4.09 -.46 -35.4 Itron Q ITRI 36 79.95 59.10 163 68.15 968 71.05 67.35 -3.40 -.1 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 3.0 16 38.00 28.50 102 32.05 596 33.00 30.80 +.95 -6.3 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.6 16.10 13.92 75 14.13 303 14.18 14.02 -.05 -6.5 Izea n Q IZEA 7.85 1.37 91 2.34 540 3.70 2.26 -1.32 -48.2J -:J&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.3 19 157.33 121.20 73 138.48 336 141.88 133.15 +1.92 -8.8 JAlexHld n N JAX 33 12.30 8.70 47 11.40 257 11.90 10.95 -.05 +17.5 JJill n N JILL 14.09 4.17 624 4.80 3709 5.01 4.30 +.38 -38.5 j2Global Q JCOM 1.62f 2.1 26 91.48 70.27 304 77.11 2241 79.56 75.02 -1.81 +2.8 JA Solar Q JASO 15 8.48 6.01 221 7.06 2039 7.34 6.47 +.50 -5.4 JBG Smth n N JBGS .23p 35.64 30.79 360 33.85 1987 34.20 32.68 +.14 -2.5 JD.com Q JD 20 50.68 31.23 12595 39.23 59812 40.52 37.75 -1.26 -5.3 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 6 24.71 65 24.93 24.49 -.13 -2.3tJMP Grp N JMP .36 7.1 73 7.70 4.92 6 5.08 43 5.18 4.92 +.03 -9.3 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 26.00 25.10 3 25.48 17 25.48 25.32 +.18 +.8tJMU Ltd Q JMU 2.80 .78 1 .80 45 .86 .78 -.06 -21.6 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.0 27.70 25.53 45 26.29 160 26.33 26.00 +.17 -2.8 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.6 68.02 53.90 14 61.07 450 61.98 60.38 -.65 -2.3 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.8 63.18 52.48 70 59.06 683 59.59 58.20 -.37 -1.6 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 50.28 25 59.28 76 60.57 58.80 -1.34 +1.6 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.59 62.43 48 68.74 142 70.28 67.59 -.95 -2.5 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.65 27.20 28.70 4 28.70 28.36 -.27 -4.3 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 52.32 0 59.75 5 59.75 58.47 +.18 -1.0 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 24.93 17 25.14 73 25.45 24.95 -.15 -3.9 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 232 50.07 983 50.09 50.03 +.04 JPM SCap n N JPSE 30.81 27.03 17 29.01 74 29.55 28.29 -.10 -2.3 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.89 50.10 2 50.54 83 51.53 50.26 +.18 -1.2 JPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.72 18 49.98 67 50.08 49.79 +.01 -2.5 JPM USMid N JPME 66.84 56.85 11 62.44 31 63.81 61.58 -1.11 -2.0 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 2.1 17 119.33 81.64 18866 109.09 89855 112.83 106.08 -.32 +2.0 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.4 26.06 24.52 17 25.27 167 25.27 25.06 +.06 -.4 JPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.4 27.82 25.76 53 26.25 239 26.25 26.10 +.11 -2.9 JPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 9.5 32.69 23.17 4676 24.01 15714 24.51 23.38 +.01 -12.6 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.9 27.36 25.32 41 26.12 235 26.23 26.00 -.05 -2.0 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.8 27.43 25.30 59 26.31 244 26.40 26.19 -.08 -2.4 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.8 27.41 24.03 45 26.33 314 26.50 26.25 -.11 -2.2 Jabil N JBL .32 1.1 16 31.77 23.70 1387 27.95 7594 28.91 27.78 -.78 +6.5 JackHenry Q JKHY 1.48f 1.3 27 127.31 91.50 210 118.38 1464 121.65 117.64 -2.57 +1.2 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 1.8 23 113.00 79.30 461 86.54 3083 87.63 83.54 +1.21 -11.8 JacobsEng N JEC .60 1.0 23 72.18 49.31 1096 58.01 6810 60.69 56.70 -1.14 -12.1 JaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 10.96 1466 13.24 7449 14.07 12.99 -.89 -16.1 JaguarHlth Q JAGX 1.03 .11 1648 .18 14584 .21 .17 -.01 +30.0 JkksPac Q JAKK 5.55 1.95 84 2.28 371 2.30 2.05 +.18 -3.2 Jamba Q JMBA 10.38 6.71 33 8.81 191 9.02 8.19 +.23 +9.3 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.2 80 18.79 13.55 9 17.22 39 17.75 17.16 -.66 -2.2 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 3.4 23 44.34 32.17 268 35.66 892 36.00 34.98 +.19 -10.9 JanusSmC Q JSML 39.40 30.51 0 36.95 3 37.22 36.08 +.14 +.6 JanSmMid Q JSMD 43.68 31.80 4 39.21 80 40.34 38.86 -1.02 +1.0 JanLTCar n Q OLD 27.72 21.60 2 22.93 25 22.98 22.29 +.40 -4.2 JanObes n Q SLIM 34.47 23.76 3 31.93 6 32.56 30.73 -.28 +3.0 JanOrgan n Q ORG 36.00 25.32 2 32.74 49 33.30 32.01 -.56 -5.2tJanGlQua n Q SGQI 30.10 26.73 26.79 3 27.26 26.73 -.34 -8.0tJan ShDur n N VNLA 50.42 49.96 125 50.00 527 50.01 49.96 -.07 -.3 JanusHn n N JHG 1.28 4.0 41.64 30.24 949 31.66 6065 33.00 31.38 -1.43 -17.3 JpnSmCap N JOF .13e 1.1 13.06 9.19 62 12.16 239 12.39 12.13 -.13 +3.0 Jason Inds Q JASN 3.88 .77 33 3.14 214 3.40 3.04 +.03 +32.5 JazzPhrm Q JAZZ 19 163.75 128.58 474 149.91 2340 154.14 145.13 -1.08 +11.3 JeldWen n N JELD 42.27 27.61 366 29.63 3387 30.84 28.95 -.99 -24.7 JensynAc n Q JSYN 11.10 10.06 8 10.55 34 10.55 10.52 +.05 +2.4 JernignC n N JCAP 1.40 7.8 10 24.89 15.90 74 17.93 403 18.43 17.51 -.17 -5.7 JetBlue Q JBLU 11 24.13 18.05 5722 19.95 30677 20.82 19.50 -.37 -10.7 JetPay h Q JTPY 4.90 1.45 2 2.25 129 2.45 2.15 -.20 -11.4 Jianpu n N JT 9.49 4.75 269 5.21 2009 5.82 5.13 -.32 -19.6 JinkoSolar N JKS 34 30.50 16.06 800 19.11 2929 20.47 18.16 +.86 -20.5 JBeanTch N JBT .40 .4 43 122.65 82.45 102 111.05 1092 113.50 107.50 -2.35 +.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 82

JHMultLgC N JHML .10p 37.14 30.37 79 34.10 215 34.90 33.45 -.45 -2.0 JH MultMdC N JHMM .08p 36.30 29.88 75 33.70 328 34.52 33.21 -.59 -1.2 JH MultCns N JHMC .07p 33.38 27.07 3 30.36 56 31.00 29.45 -.11 -.7 JH MultFin N JHMF .08p 39.70 30.61 2 36.58 16 37.34 35.89 -.51 -.5 JH MultHltC N JHMH .05p 34.56 27.74 1 30.32 10 30.98 30.11 -.54 -2.6 JH MultTch N JHMT .09p 47.35 33.80 12 42.02 31 43.43 41.73 -1.39 +2.3 JH MultEn N JHME 32.02 24.30 97 27.87 102 28.72 27.32 -.35 -6.0 JH MultMat N JHMA 38.20 30.00 1 34.00 4 34.04 32.98 +.27 -5.4 JH SmCap n N JHSC 28.27 24.27 12 25.39 63 26.51 24.87 -.20 -2.8 JH MultDev N JHMD 32.58 26.39 2 30.11 29 30.41 29.73 -.25 -1.0 JH MulCnSt N JHMS 28.79 25.38 2 26.00 4 26.29 25.41 -.10 -6.2 JH MultInd N JHMI 37.55 29.32 1 34.03 25 35.04 33.60 -.85 -3.0 JH HedgEq N HEQ 1.50 9.2 17.95 15.87 35 16.24 289 16.35 15.97 -.20 -6.7 JH TxAdY N HTY 1.28 14.7 10.25 8.27 20 8.69 121 9.03 8.63 -.22 -1.5 JohnJn N JNJ 3.36 2.6 18 148.32 120.95 6358 128.10 43264 131.20 123.54 -.05 -8.3tJohnContl n N JCI 1.04e 3.1 23 44.37 33.55 4769 33.64 24073 35.14 33.43 -1.60 -11.7 JohnsnOut Q JOUT .48f .8 19 76.18 32.98 11 62.91 86 66.11 60.38 +.91 +1.3 JointCorp Q JYNT 7.25 3.41 91 6.77 282 6.98 6.50 -.08 +36.5tJonesEngy N JONE 2.70 .61 1017 .71 6434 .83 .61 -.09 -35.3 JonesLL N JLL .74f .4 29 178.75 104.15 378 171.34 2197 175.40 165.68 -3.30 +15.0 JounceTh n Q JNCE 29.29 11.05 372 18.48 1847 22.13 17.25 -3.87 +44.9 Jumei Intl N JMEI 31 4.20 2.00 637 2.83 3115 2.98 2.80 -.07 -3.1tJnprNtwk N JNPR .72 3.0 13 30.96 23.68 3940 24.09 20836 24.58 23.68 -.24 -15.5 JunprPhm Q JNP 18 13.25 3.65 97 10.40 502 11.15 10.02 +.25 +114.4 Jupai n N JP .40f 2.1 20 29.00 7.36 72 19.51 506 20.24 18.91 -.86 +5.5 JustEngy g N JE .41 5 6.34 3.86 196 4.49 1074 4.54 4.30 +.09 +4.7 JustEn pfA N JEpA 27.70 21.29 5 23.60 30 24.21 23.26 -.61 -5.1K -:K12 N LRN 72 21.18 14.01 69 14.42 734 14.83 14.12 +.24 -9.3 K2M Grp Q KTWO 25.99 16.44 176 18.79 891 19.63 18.34 -.16 +4.4 KAR Auct N KAR 1.40 2.6 19 56.75 40.27 633 53.60 4050 55.37 53.15 -.60 +6.1 KB FnclGp N KB 63.96 41.10 215 54.44 1183 56.67 53.61 -3.50 -7.0 KB Home N KBH .10 .3 34 38.80 19.74 1611 29.08 8303 30.15 27.21 +.63 -9.0 KBL Merg n Q KBLM 9.95 9.65 5 9.88 7 9.91 9.82 +.03 +1.8 KBL Mrg rt Q KBLMR .56 .25 .36 6 .36 .31 +.01 +24.8sKBL Mg un Q KBLMU 10.42 9.10 0 10.45 6 10.45 10.41 +.05 +2.9 KBR Inc N KBR .32 2.0 11 21.70 13.36 1996 15.84 8029 16.65 15.53 -.35 -20.1 KBS Fash rs Q KBSF 15.00 1.41 7 4.75 152 5.39 4.65 -.61 +14.7 KCAP Fin Q KCAP .40 12.7 4.11 2.91 55 3.15 894 3.33 3.11 +.11 -7.6 KCAP 22 n Q KCAPL 1.53 6.1 25.67 24.65 0 25.20 5 25.56 25.12 +.03 +.4 KEYW Hld Q KEYW 10.50 4.94 348 7.99 2102 8.37 7.51 +.13 +36.1 KKR N KKR 1.31e 6.5 9 24.50 16.77 2134 20.01 21740 20.52 19.37 -.29 -5.0 KKR pfA N KKR.PRA 27.69 25.45 28 26.06 130 26.32 25.98 -.26 -3.5 KKR pf B N KKRpB 1.63 6.3 27.37 25.31 16 25.85 60 26.08 25.75 -.30 -3.4 KKR Inco N KIO 1.50a 9.4 18.63 15.38 133 15.99 669 16.03 15.80 +.11 -.4 KKR RE n N KREF 1.39e 23.99 18.09 53 19.90 337 20.26 19.72 -.16 -.5 KLA Tnc Q KLAC 3.00f 2.9 15 123.96 87.93 1664 104.07 7310 111.60 103.54 -4.94 -1.0 KLX Q KLXI 28 73.21 43.29 363 69.69 1637 71.21 68.01 -1.37 +2.1 KMG Chm N KMG .12 .2 23 70.60 42.18 132 59.84 640 61.92 58.59 -.11 -9.4 KT Corp N KT 18.82 12.70 859 13.88 4494 14.12 13.65 +.18 -11.1 KVHInd Q KVHI 12.65 7.65 10 10.25 80 10.45 10.00 -.10 -1.0 Kadant N KAI .84 .9 28 114.00 57.55 53 93.90 305 96.35 91.56 -.60 -6.5 Kadmon n N KDMN 5.86 2.05 350 3.92 1534 4.25 3.88 -.33 +8.3 KaiserAlu Q KALU 2.40f 2.4 34 116.86 76.73 72 101.29 499 104.33 98.04 +.39 -5.2 Kala Ph n Q KALA 26.75 11.81 74 16.41 806 17.00 14.84 +.58 -11.2 Kalvista rs Q KALV 15.80 5.48 19 9.06 117 9.67 8.83 -.42 -7.1 Kamada Q KMDA 8.61 3.75 2 4.60 41 4.78 4.35 -3.2 Kaman N KAMN .80 1.3 35 63.89 45.50 168 61.73 637 63.57 60.05 -.39 +4.9 KandiTech Q KNDI 9.90 3.50 198 4.70 946 4.90 4.39 -.15 -30.9 KC Southn N KSU 1.44f 1.3 20 114.85 86.15 1520 108.48 7615 112.96 106.58 -1.37 +3.1 KapStoneP N KS .40 1.2 14 35.01 19.59 616 34.38 4180 34.58 34.23 +.07 +51.5 Karyophm Q KPTI 18.00 7.48 501 12.48 3042 13.74 12.28 -.94 +30.0 KayneAn un Q KAACU 10.17 9.85 9 10.14 90 10.15 10.00 +.09 +1.8 KaynAEnD N KED 1.60 10.1 19.75 14.10 23 15.85 179 16.54 15.49 +.29 -9.0tKA EngTR N KYE 1.32m 15.2 13.03 8.30 158 8.71 753 8.90 8.30 +.11 -13.4 KA MLP N KYN 1.80 10.8 21.64 14.38 421 16.61 2476 16.98 15.97 +.14 -12.8 KAMLP pfF N KYNpF .88 3.4 26.00 25.10 2 25.38 14 25.40 25.20 +.16 +.5tKAMidsEn N KMF 1.80m 15.0 16.75 11.36 69 11.98 444 12.14 11.36 +.23 -13.2 KaziaTh rs Q KZIA 6.68 1.63 36 5.42 152 6.19 5.10 -.19 +70.4 KeanGrp n N FRAC 19.83 12.42 819 14.97 4622 15.64 13.78 +.17 -21.3 KearnyF s Q KRNY .12 .9 57 15.63 12.75 505 13.05 5018 13.70 12.95 +.05 -9.7 Kellogg N K 2.16 3.4 16 74.28 58.76 1639 64.24 10309 65.53 62.53 -.77 -5.5 KellySA Q KELYA .30 1.0 15 30.99 20.27 160 29.04 786 29.82 28.38 +6.5 KelsoTch g A KIQ .03f 6.5 .89 .24 63 .46 83 .54 .37 -.12 -11.5 Kemet N KEM 24 27.35 10.79 1173 17.30 4867 18.13 17.19 -.83 +14.9 Kemper N KMPR .96 1.7 25 71.52 36.35 175 55.70 1118 58.20 54.75 -1.30 -19.2 Kemper 54 N KMPA 1.84 7.1 28.25 25.40 2 26.00 12 26.00 25.86 +.11 -.3 KemPhm n Q KMPH 8.40 2.45 128 6.28 584 8.00 6.20 -1.63 +54.9 Kennamtl N KMT .80 2.0 25 52.52 32.23 1010 39.21 5312 41.19 38.02 -.95 -19.0 KennWils N KW .76 4.3 22.65 15.95 676 17.80 5548 18.15 17.30 +.40 +2.6 KenonHld n N KEN 33.22 11.41 0 16.10 9 16.70 15.80 -.15 -25.6 KY FstFd Q KFFB .40 4.6 87 10.00 8.25 7 8.70 9 9.00 8.65 -.15 -2.8tKeryxBio Q KERX 8.38 3.92 729 4.17 4861 4.28 3.92 +.08 -10.3 KewnSc Q KEQU .68 2.0 21 34.74 22.00 9 33.42 32 34.40 31.66 -.64 +15.3 KeyEngy N KEG 25.63 8.20 50 11.89 269 12.89 10.88 +.17 +.8 KeyTrn Q KTCC 14 8.00 6.69 1 6.90 41 7.08 6.85 -.06 +1.2 Keycorp N KEY .40f 2.1 15 22.40 16.28 10310 19.09 49407 19.85 18.78 -.46 -5.4 Keycorp pfI N KEYpI 29.97 27.28 9 27.83 139 28.19 27.76 -.39 -3.8 Keysight N KEYS 38 55.21 35.05 758 50.57 4135 52.41 50.25 -1.82 +21.6 Kforce Q KFRC .48 1.8 21 29.35 16.75 121 27.25 635 27.90 25.85 +.20 +7.9 KilroyR N KRC 1.70 2.4 15 77.70 62.91 279 69.49 2084 71.14 68.70 -1.47 -6.9 KimballEl Q KE 16 22.45 15.75 45 16.30 277 17.15 16.00 +.15 -10.7 KimballInt Q KBAL .28 1.6 17 20.97 15.40 52 17.19 451 17.67 16.88 +.15 -7.9 KimbRoy n N KRP 1.44f 7.4 20.24 15.06 6 19.34 84 19.92 18.49 +.34 +19.0 KimbClk N KMB 4.00f 3.7 17 134.30 104.58 1813 108.60 11782 111.13 106.50 -1.53 -10.0 Kimco N KIM 1.12 7.8 15 23.03 13.69 3702 14.33 20633 14.73 13.94 +.21 -21.0 Kimco pfI N KIMpI 1.50 6.1 25.49 24.50 10 24.79 170 24.84 24.61 +.03 -1.6 Kimco pfJ N KIMpJ 1.38 6.0 25.61 22.63 3 22.85 106 23.24 22.65 -.43 -8.7tKimco pfK N KIMpK 1.41 6.1 25.56 22.95 7 23.18 48 23.34 22.95 -.11 -7.7tKimco pfL N KIMpL 25.99 21.24 24 21.51 107 22.09 21.24 -.49 -13.1tKindMorg N KMI .50 3.3 23 21.85 14.69 10565 15.17 69733 15.63 14.69 +.11 -16.0 KindM pfA N KMIpA 48.75 30.00 60 31.50 370 32.12 30.31 +.41 -17.0 KindredBio Q KIN 9.80 6.50 39 8.45 354 8.75 8.10 -.20 -10.6 KindredHlt N KND .48 5.4 11.90 5.50 3755 8.90 15824 9.18 8.85 -.25 -8.2 KingldJw Q KGJI 2 2.50 1.06 36 1.35 185 1.40 1.25 +.08 -33.2 Kingstone Q KINS .40f 2.4 17 21.70 13.21 46 16.80 271 16.95 15.75 -10.6 Kingsway N KFS 6.35 3.65 2 3.95 47 4.00 3.75 -.05 -21.8 KingtoneW Q KONE 9.40 2.63 7 4.44 43 4.62 4.16 +.02 +3.7 Kinross g N KGC 30 4.91 3.35 12323 3.96 52777 4.04 3.87 +.01 -8.3 KinsaleCp n Q KNSL .28f .6 55.10 30.78 178 50.40 495 53.69 50.06 -.93 +12.0sKirbyCp N KEX 34 84.10 59.25 718 80.55 4456 84.10 76.20 +3.60 +20.6 KirklLak n N KL .02e 16.89 11.52 712 15.59 3155 16.07 14.86 +.13 +1.5 Kirklands Q KIRK 32 13.42 8.17 266 10.06 985 10.35 9.25 +.37 -15.9 KiteRlty N KRG 1.27f 8.3 5 22.34 13.90 709 15.22 4021 15.65 14.94 +.31 -22.3 KitovPh n Q KTOV 3.44 1.27 51 2.18 377 2.38 2.10 -.03 -4.4 KlondexM g A KLDX 4.01 1.29 4906 2.35 15326 2.39 2.30 -10.0 KnSwftT rs N KNX .24 .6 27 51.94 30.35 4138 43.61 15848 46.87 43.10 -2.40 -.3 Knoll Inc N KNL .60 2.9 15 24.47 16.57 141 20.80 1031 21.20 19.53 +.61 -9.7 KnotOffsh N KNOP 2.08 10.5 24.43 19.15 47 19.85 277 20.20 19.40 +.05 -4.3tKnowles N KN 10 19.90 11.83 612 12.04 4399 12.53 11.83 -.55 -17.9 Kohls N KSS 2.44f 3.8 12 69.48 35.16 5605 64.00 21029 67.00 61.57 -1.51 +18.0 KonaGrill Q KONA 6.50 1.50 11 1.85 104 1.95 1.80 -.05 +5.7 KopinCp Q KOPN 4.60 2.80 370 3.05 2444 3.19 2.97 -.07 -4.7 Koppers N KOP 1.00 2.5 11 51.80 33.90 81 40.65 673 41.60 39.30 -.45 -20.1 KoreaElc N KEP 20.38 14.12 811 16.02 4495 16.61 15.53 +.63 -9.5 KoreaFd N KF 4.50e 44.64 36.11 11 40.67 44 41.59 40.26 -.15 -1.5sKornFer N KFY .40 .8 22 52.79 30.27 566 51.20 2368 52.79 50.11 -.39 +23.7 KornitDig n Q KRNT 23.15 11.70 385 13.10 1483 13.70 12.70 +.20 -18.9 KosmosEn N KOS 8.62 5.15 1545 6.16 7914 6.30 5.84 -.14 -10.1 Koss h Q KOSS 3.58 1.40 2 1.81 61 1.88 1.70 +.03 -41.4tKraftHnz n Q KHC 2.50 4.1 17 93.88 59.48 3920 60.54 25262 62.00 59.48 -1.75 -22.1 KrNwChin s N KFYP 44.18 30.07 0 33.65 5 33.70 32.54 +.67 +.6 KrS ChIn n N KWEB 68.39 53.99 360 59.00 2544 61.21 57.56 -2.43 +.7 KranChinA N KBA 9.93e 39.22 27.31 101 33.98 505 34.84 33.87 -.91 -1.3 KraneChCm N KCNY .22e .6 37.61 32.50 1 37.07 10 37.35 37.01 -.12 +5.6 KrnOnBelt n N OBOR 28.16 24.47 4 25.38 34 25.92 25.28 -.70 -.7 KrS CnTc n N KEMQ 28.97 23.87 2 25.92 5 26.34 25.82 -.84 +1.5 KratonCp N KRA 16 53.39 30.30 250 48.03 1360 50.01 44.98 +.32 -.3 KratosDef Q KTOS 13.93 7.37 1421 10.67 7494 10.86 10.03 +.38 +.8 Kroger s N KR .50 2.1 12 31.45 19.69 8747 23.77 40499 24.26 23.15 -.17 -13.4 KronosWw N KRO .68f 3.1 8 29.49 14.84 215 22.18 1403 23.08 21.26 -.42 -13.9 KrystlBio n Q KRYS 12.00 8.03 7 9.89 57 10.14 9.61 -.20 -6.0 Kulicke Q KLIC 68 28.71 18.22 687 24.47 2732 25.34 23.92 -.54 +.6 KuraOnc n Q KURA 24.03 5.90 259 16.70 1096 18.75 16.30 -2.05 +9.2 Kyocera N KYO 71.92 53.79 16 54.98 85 56.71 54.53 -1.76 -16.1L -:L Brands N LB 2.40 6.3 11 63.10 35.00 3819 38.20 20192 38.94 36.72 -.01 -36.6 L-3 Tch N LLL 3.20f 1.5 20 218.71 159.43 909 207.78 4304 213.74 203.73 -.22 +5.0 LCI Inds N LCII 2.20 2.2 18 132.73 86.25 171 100.20 820 104.90 96.95 -3.95 -22.9 LCNB Corp Q LCNB .64 3.4 15 23.90 18.05 7 18.85 71 19.50 18.55 -.15 -7.8tLG Display N LPL 17.05 11.42 997 11.33 4617 12.08 11.28 -.77 -17.7 LGI Homes Q LGIH 15 79.55 28.57 519 73.21 2870 75.52 64.03 +2.64 -2.4 LGL Grp A LGL 20 6.70 4.25 1 5.54 12 5.60 5.40 -.05 -1.4 LHC Grp Q LHCG 31 76.14 51.38 298 71.31 2789 72.83 61.22 +9.75 +16.4 LKQ Corp Q LKQ 22 43.86 27.85 1208 38.18 8429 38.89 36.62 +.23 -6.1tLM FdgA n Q LMFA 6.65 .55 2728 .80 3882 .98 .55 -.03 -49.4tLMP CapIn N SCD 1.24f 9.9 14.80 12.22 37 12.50 384 12.71 12.22 -.12 -10.4 LPL Fincl Q LPLA 1.00 1.7 25 66.64 37.38 1410 58.65 4936 62.36 57.78 -2.42 +2.6 LRAD h Q LRAD .04 1.7 2.58 1.30 25 2.29 126 2.37 2.18 -.01 -8.0tLSB Inds N LXU 11.71 5.36 152 5.92 1240 6.18 5.36 -.21 -32.4 LSC Com N LKSD 1.04f 7.0 26.73 11.79 763 14.95 2475 16.25 14.06 -2.50 -1.3 LSI Ind lf Q LYTS .20 2.6 35 10.21 4.99 59 7.65 265 8.11 7.60 -.46 +11.2 LTC Prp N LTC 2.28f 6.1 16 52.85 36.17 186 37.49 1333 38.31 36.63 -.51 -13.9 LaJollaPh Q LJPC 41.36 22.68 465 30.48 3087 31.52 28.67 +.70 -5.3 LaQuinta N LQ 64 21.06 13.11 1690 19.28 8324 19.37 18.35 +.37 +4.4 LaZBoy N LZB .48 1.6 20 34.25 23.15 329 30.25 1999 30.85 28.80 +.30 -3.0 LabCp N LH 19 181.72 134.19 689 161.65 3942 166.21 158.25 -.10 +1.3 LadderCap N LADR 1.26 8.4 21 15.39 12.83 669 15.02 5032 15.12 14.86 -.06 +10.2 LadThalFn A LTS .04 1.3 3.67 2.11 127 3.02 878 3.30 2.99 -.25 -4.4 LadTh pfA A LTSpA 2.00 8.0 25.70 24.63 21 25.15 123 25.49 25.00 -.17 -.6 LadThal27 n A LTSL 1.63 6.6 25.16 24.00 3 24.59 37 24.73 24.59 -.10 -1.3 LakeShBc h Q LSBK .40f 2.4 29 17.40 15.41 1 16.95 2 17.00 16.75 +.17 -1.2 LakeldB Q LBAI .40 2.0 18 21.90 15.06 145 19.80 614 20.20 19.15 -.05 +2.9 Lakelnd s Q LKFN .88 1.9 20 52.43 41.30 69 46.23 467 47.57 45.15 -4.7 LakeInd Q LAKE 17 17.18 9.90 9 13.20 72 13.40 12.70 +.25 -9.3 LamResrch Q LRCX 2.00 1.0 17 234.88 124.91 3123 190.65 16856 203.41 189.09 -12.51 +3.6tLamarAdv Q LAMR 3.64f 5.7 20 79.17 61.36 506 63.90 2950 65.58 61.36 +.24 -13.9sLambWst n N LW .77 1.2 23 62.84 40.75 1652 61.78 10825 62.84 57.45 +3.56 +9.4 LancastrC Q LANC 2.40 2.0 32 135.86 113.34 80 122.83 455 126.17 118.91 -.31 -4.9 Landcad n Q LCA 11.00 9.89 10.03 4 10.05 10.03 -.01 +.9 Landcad un Q LCAHU 10.99 10.38 1 10.71 5 10.77 10.67 -.06 +1.8 Landec Q LNDC 18 14.95 11.40 84 13.50 684 14.25 12.84 +.45 +7.1 LandBncp Q LARK .80b 2.8 28 30.48 25.73 5 28.60 9 29.00 28.31 -.55 -1.3 LandmInfr Q LMRK 1.47f 9.1 30 18.75 14.98 62 16.10 176 16.90 16.00 -.55 -11.0 LandIn pfA Q LMRKP 2.00 8.0 26.14 24.50 6 24.95 12 24.97 24.62 +.16 -1.3 LndInf un B Q LMRKO 1.98 8.2 25.76 23.42 1 24.15 18 24.26 23.87 +.21 -5.3 LandsEnd Q LE 25 24.80 10.55 237 22.20 1446 23.65 21.25 -1.15 +13.6 Landstar Q LSTR .60f .6 27 118.60 80.00 457 105.30 2314 110.90 103.55 -4.35 +1.2 Lannett N LCI 6 30.35 14.40 601 15.55 3062 16.00 15.20 -.50 -33.0 Lantheus n Q LNTH 5 24.45 10.65 199 15.35 1761 16.50 15.05 -.55 -24.9 Lantronix Q LTRX 4.09 1.78 10 2.13 100 2.14 1.98 +.07 +5.4 LaredoPet N LPI 4 15.11 7.41 2992 8.57 14022 8.93 8.01 -.14 -19.2 LVSands N LVS 3.00f 4.3 19 79.84 55.18 2284 69.22 16359 73.61 68.46 -2.68 -.4 LaSalleH N LHO 1.80 6.1 16 31.75 24.10 1187 29.37 8910 30.06 28.85 +.36 +4.6 LaSalH pfI N LHOpI 1.59 6.6 26.00 23.87 1 24.22 11 24.48 24.10 -.22 -3.5 LaSalHt pfJ N LHOpJ 1.58 6.5 26.50 23.67 1 24.35 15 24.63 24.20 +.06 -5.4 Latam Air N LTM 17.39 10.53 324 15.63 1531 15.96 15.10 +.24 +12.4 LatAmDisc N LDF .03e .2 13.25 9.80 4 12.07 13 12.30 11.84 -.19 +5.1 LattDvMkt N RODM .62e 2.1 31.02 25.42 186 29.09 826 29.51 28.68 -.13 -.4 LattEmMkt N ROAM .43e 1.7 28.12 22.44 1 25.59 91 26.13 25.59 -.55 -.7 Latt RE n N RORE 16.02 13.27 1 13.97 9 14.05 13.70 +.12 -9.8 LattUSEqt N ROUS .39e 33.42 26.39 1 30.94 40 31.27 30.05 -.19 -1.1 LattGblSC N ROGS .57e 1.8 33.42 27.32 31.96 6 31.99 31.08 +.19 +1.2 Lattice Q LSCC 7.10 5.05 840 5.23 3058 5.59 5.20 -.34 -9.5 LaureatE n Q LAUR 18.96 10.46 247 14.09 1252 14.60 13.44 +.34 +3.9 Lawsn Q LAWS 49 28.00 18.70 5 24.25 68 25.60 23.75 -1.00 -2.0 Layne Q LAYN 16.96 6.98 99 14.80 662 15.70 14.35 -.12 +17.9 LazGlobTR N LGI .95 5.3 19.39 14.92 39 17.93 260 18.12 17.44 +.11 -.4 Lazard N LAZ 1.64 3.1 14 60.00 40.50 711 52.30 3653 53.47 50.01 -.26 -.4 LazWldDiv N LOR .69 6.0 12.63 10.52 9 11.44 110 11.58 11.21 -.06 -1.6 Lazydays n Q LAZY 11.10 9.46 8 9.87 59 10.06 9.84 -.18 -11.1 LeMaitreV Q LMAT .28f .7 44 39.88 23.87 166 37.73 745 38.38 34.77 +1.50 +18.5 LeadgBr g Q LBIX 3.75 .74 6 1.16 79 1.23 1.06 -.06 -28.7 LeafGrp N LFGR 10.15 6.35 18 7.10 179 7.25 6.65 +.05 -28.3sLeapTh n Q LPTX 10.01 4.90 314 8.90 1184 10.01 8.14 +.60 +42.6 LearCorp N LEA 2.80f 1.5 14 202.42 132.01 714 189.21 2821 194.26 180.09 +3.12 +7.1 Lee Ent N LEE 5 3.10 1.75 95 2.05 913 2.25 1.95 +.10 -12.8 LegacyAc n N LGC 9.74 9.51 0 9.55 2 9.60 9.55 -.04 -.8 LegacyA un N LGC/U 10.05 9.82 0 9.89 58 9.97 9.87 -.06 -.5 LegacyRes Q LGCY 5.43 1.07 208 4.48 1662 4.85 4.11 -.23 +178.3 LegcyR pf Q LGCYP 2.00 23.8 10.32 3.69 86 8.40 276 9.00 7.50 +.18 +78.7 LegcyR pfB Q LGCYO 2.00 26.8 10.42 3.69 49 7.46 603 7.50 6.62 +.30 +59.1 LegacyTxF Q LTXB .64 1.5 20 46.45 31.50 180 42.45 1177 44.09 41.44 -.37 +.6 LeggMason N LM 1.12 2.8 11 47.13 36.10 512 39.52 3497 40.87 38.74 -1.13 -5.9 LegMas56 n N LMHA 28.47 25.57 2 26.15 29 26.41 26.08 -.17 -4.1 LegM 5,4 56 N LMHB 25.73 23.37 28 23.93 257 24.18 23.93 -.25 -5.3 LM DevDvr Q DDBI 31.49 25.77 3 29.16 4 29.39 28.86 -.10 -1.8tLM LoVHiD Q LVHD 32.10 28.80 74 29.37 349 29.84 28.80 -.19 -6.9 LM IntLoV N LVHI 29.13 25.85 12 26.84 16 27.05 26.48 -.01 -4.8 LM EM LoV N LVHE 31.44 25.79 1 28.09 3 28.53 27.70 +.40 +2.1 LM Gl Inf n Q INFR 30.39 26.91 27.80 6 27.85 27.00 +.12 -5.7 LeggPlat N LEG 1.44 3.3 21 54.97 41.25 936 43.93 4749 45.26 42.79 -.43 -8.0 LeidosHld N LDOS 1.28a 2.0 24 70.11 50.38 704 64.86 4337 66.85 64.20 -.54 +.4 LeisAcq un Q LACQU 10.01 9.30 1 9.94 13 9.98 9.89 +.04 +.3tLejuHldgs N LEJU .20e 3.48 1.12 299 1.12 1472 1.36 1.05 -.23 -22.2 LendgTree Q TREE 404.40 116.70 241 322.80 953 330.75 314.25 -5.35 -5.2 LendingClb N LC 6.56 3.09 2355 3.41 17654 3.50 3.28 -.09 -17.4 LennarA N LEN .16 .3 16 72.17 49.34 7352 61.58 44124 64.90 55.48 +2.64 -2.6 LennarB N LEN/B .16 .3 13 58.65 41.30 116 49.74 590 52.23 44.82 +2.05 -3.8 Lennox N LII 2.04 1.0 27 223.05 160.18 397 199.90 2019 208.22 197.71 -4.47 -4.0 Leo Hld un N LHC 10.00 9.90 1 9.96 17 9.97 9.94 -.04 -.1tLeucNatl N LUK .40 1.8 40 28.30 21.72 3098 21.77 14393 22.72 21.61 -.96 -17.8 LevelBr n A LEVB 5.50 3.50 14 4.03 33 4.19 3.83 -.16 -7.4 LexiPhm rs Q LXRX 18.00 7.80 462 8.57 2795 9.13 8.21 -13.3 LexnFint n Q LX 20.00 10.15 214 12.03 1717 14.59 11.98 -2.47 -13.5 LexRltyTr N LXP .71f 8.9 10 10.65 7.68 773 7.94 4762 8.10 7.70 +.07 -17.7 LexRT pfC N LXPpC 3.25 6.6 54.43 48.46 0 49.09 3 49.09 48.52 +.56 -4.4 LiNiuTc rs Q LINU 5.33 .99 83 1.50 329 1.55 1.41 +.05 -26.5 LianlouSm Q LLIT 3.69 1.05 39 1.98 521 2.32 1.85 +.14 +12.9tLibbey A LBY .47 8.1 14.38 4.60 224 5.82 1909 6.20 4.60 +.93 -22.6 LbtyASE N USA .72e 11.8 6.80 5.42 985 6.09 3828 6.26 5.98 -.04 -3.3 LbtyASG N ASG .38e 6.4 6.47 4.52 78 5.93 414 6.08 5.85 -.11 +7.0 LibBrdbdA Q LBRDA 104.35 80.39 170 82.38 1202 84.65 81.65 -2.42 -3.1 LibBrdbdC Q LBRDK 104.66 80.41 967 82.42 6085 85.73 81.23 -3.27 -3.2 LibExpA n Q LEXEA 58.20 35.89 293 38.97 2105 40.19 38.01 -.31 -12.1 LibtyGlobA Q LBTYA 39.73 28.17 1422 31.36 7724 32.49 30.70 +.05 -12.5 LibtyGlobC Q LBTYK 37.86 27.36 2420 30.35 11059 31.52 29.71 -.08 -10.3 LibLA A n Q LILA 24.00 19.00 72 20.20 521 20.70 19.35 +.75 -6.4 LibLA C n Q LILAK 23.92 18.65 234 19.84 1517 19.96 19.06 +.75 -7.2 LibQVC A Q QRTEA 23 29.11 19.81 1645 24.94 9172 25.70 24.34 -.23 +2.1 LibMSirA n Q LSXMA 46.43 36.33 281 41.02 1700 41.68 39.98 -.08 +3.4 LibMSirC n Q LSXMK 46.24 36.11 448 40.84 2626 41.51 39.77 -.01 +3.0 LibMBrA n Q BATRA 26.52 21.35 46 22.60 431 23.21 22.15 -.13 +2.5tLibMCFor Q FWONK 41.14 28.37 1340 29.76 7345 31.03 28.37 -1.09 -12.9tLibMAFor Q FWONA 39.37 27.22 244 28.39 1482 29.41 27.22 -.90 -13.2 LibMBrC n Q BATRK 26.20 21.53 86 22.77 938 23.35 22.29 -.05 +2.5 LibOilSv n N LBRT 23.30 16.00 371 17.52 1639 17.87 16.03 +.63 -23.5 LibtProp N LPT 1.60 4.1 18 45.40 37.77 821 39.20 4753 39.92 38.72 -.53 -8.9 LibertyTax Q TAX .64 6.3 11 15.00 7.75 41 10.20 370 10.50 9.70 +.10 -7.3 LibTripA A Q LTRPA 16.95 7.90 691 10.25 2819 10.98 10.15 -.50 +8.8 LifeStorg N LSI 4.00 4.7 29 91.73 69.00 557 85.18 2013 85.77 82.65 +1.66 -4.4 LifePtHlth Q LPNT 17 67.95 41.45 253 47.35 2163 48.85 45.25 +.35 -4.9 LifetimeBr Q LCUT .17 1.3 11 20.85 12.05 14 12.80 89 12.87 12.22 +.40 -22.4 Lifevant rs Q LFVN 6.84 2.86 37 3.58 207 3.71 3.20 -.03 -24.8tLifewayFds Q LWAY 19 11.01 5.80 14 5.77 75 6.12 5.76 -.22 -27.9 LigandPh Q LGND 184.79 102.56 213 154.89 1375 165.10 154.51 -10.27 +13.1 LightPath Q LPTH 4.10 2.03 110 2.25 568 2.28 2.05 +.05 +1.4 Lightbrdg rs Q LTBR 4.80 .94 270 1.16 1423 1.25 1.13 -.01 -4.9 LightInBox N LITB 3.46 1.61 3 2.20 368 2.55 2.10 -.03 -4.3 LilisEn n A LLEX 5.69 2.96 187 3.99 942 4.12 3.67 +.02 -21.9 Limbach n Q LMB 40 15.22 11.14 32 13.30 66 13.34 12.10 +1.08 -3.8 LimelghtN Q LLNW 6.05 2.41 596 3.95 6956 4.43 3.87 -.16 -10.4 Limoneira Q LMNR .25 1.1 20 26.06 18.21 16 23.41 86 23.98 22.20 -.25 +4.5 LincEdSv Q LINC .08 4.2 3.74 1.49 1 1.92 13 1.99 1.85 -.07 -5.0 LincElec Q LECO 1.56 1.8 25 101.34 81.85 354 88.06 2064 91.62 86.86 -1.89 -3.8 LincNat N LNC 1.32 1.9 10 86.68 62.67 1450 69.16 7960 73.11 68.49 -3.90 -10.0 LindbladEx Q LIND 11.26 8.66 57 10.59 455 10.79 10.19 +.32 +8.2 Lindsay N LNN 1.20 1.4 42 100.40 82.31 116 86.02 614 92.57 83.57 -5.42 -2.5 LineCp n N LN 47.81 32.69 124 39.75 626 40.20 39.09 +.74 -3.0 LionsGat A N LGF/A .09p 36.48 24.56 501 25.68 3868 26.31 24.75 -.15 -24.0 LionsGat B N LGF/B 34.41 22.50 185 24.06 1287 25.19 23.10 -.02 -24.2 Lipocine Q LPCN 5.33 1.15 280 1.65 949 1.68 1.47 +.12 -52.0 LiqTech A LIQT .84 .25 32 .49 649 .51 .43 -.01 -13.7 Liquidity Q LQDT 8.05 4.34 63 6.15 447 6.65 6.01 -.35 +26.8 LithiaMot N LAD 1.00 1.0 12 127.99 81.14 255 100.99 1898 103.60 95.50 +.47 -11.1 Littelfuse Q LFUS 1.48 .7 38 226.33 149.81 106 198.63 642 209.07 196.01 -9.55 +.4 LivaNova n Q LIVN 30 92.31 49.10 213 85.75 1591 88.94 84.44 -2.75 +7.3 LiveNatn N LYV 49.11 30.50 1966 37.75 20612 40.34 35.94 -4.39 -11.3 LiveOakB n Q LOB .12 .4 11 30.05 20.75 197 28.50 750 29.45 26.90 +.70 +19.5 LiveVent rs Q LIVE 26.50 9.11 6 12.45 67 12.72 11.78 +.29 -22.1 LiveXLve n Q LIVX 4.40 3.43 11 3.82 39 3.90 3.44 +.02 -4.5 LivePrsn Q LPSN 16.60 6.48 266 15.05 2385 16.40 14.98 -1.30 +30.9 LloydBkg N LYG .47a 12.5 4.21 3.17 3538 3.79 12427 3.82 3.66 +.07 +1.1 LockhdM N LMT 8.00 2.4 49 363.00 266.01 1417 334.66 7507 346.93 327.50 -3.27 +4.2 Loews N L .25 .5 14 53.59 45.01 1834 49.38 7728 50.79 47.94 -.35 -1.3 Logitech Q LOGI .63e 1.8 28 43.54 30.64 183 35.88 965 36.87 35.31 -.85 +6.7 LogMeIn Q LOGM 1.20f 1.1 134.80 95.60 376 113.90 2384 115.85 110.10 -1.65 -.5 LomaNeg n N LOMA 26.89 20.03 386 21.99 1226 22.07 21.10 +.67 -4.6 LoneRs n Q LONE 5.65 2.43 19 4.46 364 4.60 4.25 +.12 +12.3 LI Block n Q LBCC 9.49 1.70 59 1.90 1000 2.64 1.81 -.76 -62.7 LongFin n Q LFIN 142.82 4.69 4335 28.19 28283 28.82 8.11 +10.93 -49.9 LoopInd n Q LOOP 19.00 12.03 17 14.24 70 15.49 13.46 -.26 -1.7 LoralSpac Q LORL 32 51.75 36.80 63 40.00 509 42.05 39.80 -1.65 -9.2 LaPac N LPX .13p 16 31.07 22.07 1670 29.54 7891 30.39 27.99 +.77 +12.5 Lowes N LOW 1.64 1.9 20 108.98 70.76 8743 88.24 38972 89.15 83.08 +.49 -5.1 LoxoOncol Q LOXO 135.74 41.83 276 110.85 2502 123.47 108.75 -4.52 +31.7 Lubys N LUB 3.43 2.36 2 2.83 58 2.89 2.71 +.05 +7.2slululemn gs Q LULU 47 91.44 47.26 3203 89.61 14467 91.44 86.65 +.49 +14.0 LumberLiq N LL 41.33 19.46 515 22.96 3199 23.90 21.84 -.96 -26.9 Lumentm n Q LITE 22 74.40 40.35 1872 59.15 20219 64.36 58.15 -4.65 +21.0 Luminex Q LMNX .24 1.1 31 22.42 17.70 263 21.07 958 21.42 20.52 +7.0sLunaInn h Q LUNA 4.00 1.16 737 3.17 2769 4.00 2.95 -.07 +30.5 LuthBur n Q LBC .23 1.9 13.60 11.50 70 11.86 479 12.31 11.55 -.15 -1.5tLuxoft N LXFT 19 67.85 39.05 158 39.20 1092 41.25 39.03 -1.75 -29.6 Lydall N LDL 16 60.00 42.51 102 47.35 454 48.20 45.85 -.90 -6.7 LyonBas A N LYB 4.00f 4.0 8 121.95 78.01 2374 100.79 12841 105.95 96.19 -4.89 -8.6M -:M&T Bk N MTB 3.00 1.7 20 197.37 141.12 640 181.69 2765 187.84 177.28 -2.67 +6.3tMACOM Q MTSI 65.99 15.46 991 17.10 6751 18.44 15.46 +.50 -47.4 MAG Slv g A MAG 14.48 9.29 187 10.59 1022 10.62 9.79 +.84 -14.3 MAM Soft Q MAMS 21 9.42 5.93 7 8.05 21 8.43 7.79 +.22 +7.2 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96f 2.4 17 47.64 38.29 365 40.37 2415 41.90 39.68 -.11 -9.3 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 15 24.94 1223 25.05 24.75 -.15 -5.1 MBIA N MBI 10.72 6.04 642 9.23 4497 9.45 8.82 -.03 +26.1 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .24a 2.2 17 12.10 9.25 210 10.75 515 10.90 10.10 +1.4 MCBC n Q MCFT 23 28.62 15.58 62 24.90 510 25.33 24.03 -.30 +12.1tMDC N MDC 1.20f 4.2 10 35.18 26.45 576 28.82 3242 29.79 26.45 +.90 -9.6 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 11.9 2 12.26 6.53 315 7.05 1563 7.54 6.61 -.15 -27.7sMDU Res N MDU .79 2.8 23 28.54 24.29 761 27.94 4053 28.54 27.58 -.22 +3.9 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 3.26 1.48 84 1.96 346 2.13 1.92 -.11 -6.7 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 4.49 1.31 1 1.68 66 1.76 1.62 -.08 -20.4 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.7 9 8.90 6.72 3733 7.49 21227 7.55 7.41 -.04 -5.4 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.7 26.36 25.17 4 25.99 13 26.02 25.90 +.09 -1.4 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.3 25.89 24.53 11 25.59 56 25.59 25.09 +.42 +1.1 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.62 5.69 25 6.20 54 6.28 5.89 -.02 -20.4tMFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.7 14.00 10.32 8 10.46 56 10.50 10.32 +.01 -9.1 MCR N MCR .72a 8.9 8.76 8.00 83 8.12 409 8.17 8.08 -4.2 MGF N MGF .41 8.9 5.03 4.56 105 4.61 268 4.64 4.60 -.02 -3.8 MFS HInM N CXE .30 6.1 5.51 4.84 45 4.94 248 4.98 4.88 +.02 -5.7 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.2 4.89 4.37 190 4.44 407 4.48 4.40 -.01 -3.9 MFS IHI N CIF .25 9.0 3.03 2.63 56 2.76 325 2.84 2.76 -.06 -6.1 MIN N MIN .42 10.7 4.38 3.89 119 3.95 885 3.97 3.91 +.02 -4.8 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.3 10.33 9.27 6 9.49 112 9.50 9.34 +.10 -2.3 MMT N MMT .52 9.0 6.29 5.65 81 5.74 610 5.79 5.73 -.03 -5.4 MFM N MFM .38 5.8 7.41 6.46 145 6.60 422 6.66 6.49 +.08 -3.9 MFV N MFV .58 8.8 6.84 5.71 5 6.55 100 6.69 6.32 +.14 +10.6 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.29 2.3 27 68.70 51.05 117 56.30 507 57.00 54.70 +.20 -10.8 MGIC Inv N MTG 12 16.21 10.10 2145 12.82 15767 13.07 12.52 -.18 -9.1 MGMGrPr n N MGP 1.68 31.83 25.31 732 26.44 4515 27.33 25.69 -.10 -9.3 MGM Rsts N MGM .48f 1.4 10 38.41 27.01 9678 34.13 38273 35.99 33.23 -.89 +2.2sMGP Ing Q MGPI .32a .4 45 90.84 47.64 175 85.83 1051 90.84 84.12 -3.76 +11.6 MI Homes N MHO 15 37.41 23.99 171 33.35 1108 34.51 30.14 +1.50 -3.1 MKS Inst Q MKSI .72 .7 18 128.28 64.75 516 110.40 2912 116.00 107.50 -5.25 +16.8 MMA Cap Q MMAC 7 30.58 18.00 12 27.35 85 27.59 25.45 +.15 +12.6 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.43 7.5 39.38 30.88 1039 32.31 12383 33.63 31.66 -.73 -8.9 MRC Glbl N MRC 18 20.77 14.01 925 17.26 4942 17.68 15.94 +.82 +2.0 MSA Safety N MSA 1.40f 1.7 65 87.31 65.95 131 82.87 755 84.75 80.86 -.37 +6.9 MSB Fin Q MSBF .12a .7 19.30 15.90 1 18.05 10 18.35 17.95 +.10 +1.4 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32 2.5 22 99.94 65.42 855 92.00 3609 94.08 87.27 +.29 -4.8 MSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 1.1 44 159.98 95.01 1081 144.05 28074 149.54 142.83 -5.42 +13.8 MSG Netw N MSGN 10 26.30 16.25 256 22.55 1526 23.15 21.73 -.05 +11.4 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00 11.2 5 20.00 16.15 426 17.80 1457 18.05 17.45 -.10 -3.8 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.9 27.42 25.00 5 25.76 12 26.00 25.23 -.03 -1.3 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.4 14 57.50 44.65 75 49.80 337 52.70 49.50 -1.85 -7.3 MTchAcq n Q MTEC 9.68 9.58 0 9.58 71 9.60 9.58 -.4 MV OilTr N MVO .76e 8.0 7 9.80 4.80 109 9.47 205 9.51 7.78 +1.61 +12.7 MVB Fin n Q MVBF .03p 20.40 16.93 5 19.70 46 19.79 18.91 -.05 -2.0 MVC Cap N MVC .60f 6.0 10.97 8.59 8 10.05 214 10.11 9.79 +.12 -4.8 MVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.2 27.25 25.12 4 25.24 43 25.34 25.21 +.02 -2.3 MYOS Q MYOS 2.91 1.03 89 1.29 785 1.45 1.22 +.01 -5.2 MYR Grp Q MYRG 24 43.49 23.00 37 30.58 373 31.82 29.94 -.24 -14.4 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.2 14.75 11.44 19 11.74 58 11.82 11.54 +.12 -5.6 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.7 26.50 21.32 52 22.24 360 22.49 21.79 +.04 -13.7 Macatawa Q MCBC .24 2.3 20 10.70 8.87 26 10.41 238 10.65 10.16 +.14 +4.1 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.2 32 69.73 52.12 912 57.35 6840 59.21 54.67 +1.33 -12.7 MackCali N CLI .80 4.7 8 28.57 15.86 839 16.99 3433 17.14 16.23 +.48 -20.5 MackFn Q MFNC .48 3.1 13 16.80 13.16 5 15.69 27 16.49 15.68 -.56 -1.3 Macquarie N MIC 5.76f 15.0 7 81.74 36.20 1249 38.39 9180 39.54 36.41 +1.46 -40.2 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 14.36 358 22.59 2344 25.52 22.46 -2.57 +18.9 Macys N M 1.51 5.1 10 31.04 17.41 8896 29.80 47448 30.98 28.64 +.06 +18.3tMadCvCall N MCN .72 10.0 8.15 7.09 67 7.20 326 7.30 7.09 -.06 -6.7 MadSqGd n N MSG 76 254.50 189.96 161 245.12 970 246.36 238.40 -.68 +16.3 MadStSec N MSP 1.04 9.2 12.33 10.72 6 11.30 64 11.50 11.06 +.09 -3.5 MadrigP rs Q MDGL 154.75 13.09 276 101.55 1125 119.77 98.81 -15.24 +10.6 Magal Q MAGS 7.63 4.13 17 5.89 120 5.90 5.63 +.12 +16.4sMagellnHlt Q MGLN 24 110.00 66.00 124 107.05 781 110.10 102.05 -.05 +10.9 MagellMid N MMP 3.68f 6.1 18 78.00 54.82 1154 60.32 6368 61.09 56.42 +1.97 -15.0 MagicSft Q MGIC .26e 3.2 20 9.50 7.40 5 8.10 30 8.40 8.03 -.40 -3.3 MagicJack Q CALL 8.75 5.55 21 8.45 250 8.45 8.35 +.05 Magna g s N MGA 1.32f 2.3 10 59.99 39.50 1870 58.58 8361 59.94 53.91 +2.23 +3.4 MagnaChip N MX 6 13.40 8.05 180 9.10 1126 9.65 9.05 -.50 -8.5tMagneG rs Q MNGA 67.50 .80 206 .83 2297 .96 .80 -.09 -82.7 MaidenH Q MHLD .60 8.8 14.25 5.55 602 6.85 2564 7.00 6.20 +.35 +3.8tMaiden prA N MHpA 2.06 10.8 25.88 18.80 27 19.15 348 19.45 18.80 -.19 -22.5 Maiden pfC N MHpC 1.78 10.2 26.67 16.73 9 17.44 59 18.05 17.20 -.19 -28.6 MaidnH pfD N MHpD 1.68 10.2 25.05 14.85 26 16.51 71 16.58 16.02 +.21 -21.2 MaidenHld n N MHLA .60 3.4 27.28 16.68 4 17.51 52 17.51 16.90 +.18 -23.9 MaidHld 43 N MHNC 1.94 10.0 27.34 18.64 45 19.48 145 19.66 19.02 -.02 -20.3 MainStCap N MAIN 2.22a 6.0 13 41.79 34.37 294 37.30 1271 37.91 36.53 +.40 -6.1 MainSDTMu N MMD 1.18 6.2 20.49 18.54 86 19.05 318 19.05 18.69 +.23 -3.9 Majesco n A MJCO 6.43 4.35 2 5.30 51 5.35 4.93 +.24 -1.3 MMyTrip Q MMYT 40.90 22.40 276 33.95 1721 35.55 31.85 -.75 +13.7 MalibuBoat Q MBUU 34 36.81 21.39 203 33.57 899 33.95 32.03 +.36 +12.9tMallinckdt N MNK 49.12 13.64 1873 14.48 11853 14.91 13.64 -35.8 MalvernBc Q MLVF 14 28.20 21.00 3 24.75 26 26.25 24.75 -1.25 -5.5sMamEngy n Q TUSK 35.45 10.88 374 33.53 2224 35.45 29.69 +1.47 +70.8 ManTech Q MANT 1.00f 1.8 20 62.24 33.50 320 57.02 1511 57.78 53.26 +1.55 +13.6 MgdDInvG N MZF .74 5.4 14.17 13.05 11 13.80 65 13.84 13.60 +.20 +2.8 ManchUtd N MANU .36 1.9 1 22.15 15.86 36 19.30 120 19.86 19.00 +.10 -2.5tManhAssc Q MANH 25 54.21 39.10 539 41.78 3892 42.68 39.10 -.10 -15.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 83

sManhBrCa Q LOAN .48f 6.5 18 7.20 4.65 55 7.35 172 7.40 6.90 +.40 +23.6 Manitex Q MNTX 12.30 6.21 73 11.77 387 12.22 10.96 +.34 +22.6 Manitowc rs N MTW 44.03 21.20 460 27.83 2127 29.25 27.07 -.63 -29.3 MannKd rs Q MNKD 6.96 .67 10896 1.79 17021 2.45 1.75 -.49 -22.8sMannatech Q MTEX .50 2.8 8 18.00 12.51 6 17.60 46 18.00 15.50 +1.90 +17.3 ManngNap N MN .32 8.9 15 6.00 2.95 59 3.60 248 3.80 3.40 +.10 ManpwrGp N MAN 1.86 1.7 14 136.93 97.76 889 110.78 3251 116.12 109.72 -4.32 -12.2 Manulife g N MFC .44 22.16 16.62 2305 18.21 13963 18.69 18.11 -.37 -12.7 MarathnO N MRO .20 1.2 19.52 10.55 12860 16.24 61727 16.99 15.22 +.11 -4.1 MaraPat rs Q MARA 10.03 .50 764 1.13 7855 1.35 .92 +.01 -72.4 MarathPt s N MPC 1.84 2.5 17 74.92 47.78 3211 72.45 19874 73.95 70.31 -.66 +9.8 MarchxB Q MCHX .50e 3.13 2.21 47 2.63 388 2.72 2.57 -.10 -4.5 MarcusMill N MMI 22 36.70 23.40 290 34.73 1098 36.23 34.64 -1.33 +6.5 Marcus N MCS .50 1.6 24 34.90 23.55 96 30.85 450 31.20 29.25 +.50 +12.8 MarinSft rs N MRIN 15.45 6.40 11 6.50 39 7.00 6.45 -.15 -40.6 MarPet Q MARPS .32e 8.5 8 4.57 2.83 0 3.75 6 3.78 3.52 -.01 +10.3 MarineP N MPX .28 2.0 25 17.12 10.37 13 14.08 68 14.39 13.50 +.07 +10.5 MarineMx N HZO 18 24.30 13.80 144 18.50 1386 19.40 17.80 -.95 -2.1 MarinusPh Q MRNS 9.87 1.13 390 4.08 3042 4.20 3.68 +.26 -50.0 Markel N MKL 45 1194.98 936.95 25 1148.16 164 1174.95 1128.81 -22.09 +.8 MktAxess Q MKTX 1.68f .8 56 229.84 171.45 305 206.68 1343 218.71 202.84 -10.76 +2.4 MarlinBs Q MRLN .56 2.0 20 29.95 20.26 12 28.45 87 29.00 27.80 +.10 +27.0 MAR Q MAR 1.32 1.0 34 149.21 90.00 2620 130.93 17644 138.41 129.53 -5.05 -3.5 MarriotVac N VAC 1.60 1.2 22 154.14 98.17 145 131.15 837 134.66 126.61 -2.05 -3.0sMarrone Q MBII 2.90 .85 1879 3.25 5862 3.39 1.94 +1.25 +195.5 MarshM N MMC 1.50 1.9 22 86.54 71.79 1856 80.72 11490 82.73 80.02 -1.87 -.8 MartenTr s Q MRTN .10 .5 36 29.60 12.99 415 22.15 1562 23.30 22.00 -.65 +9.1 MartMM N MLM 1.76 .9 29 244.32 191.09 343 202.22 3054 209.57 196.78 -5.08 -8.5 MartinMid Q MMLP 2.00 14.4 20 20.55 12.70 71 13.90 440 14.10 13.10 +.40 -.7 MarvellTch Q MRVL .24 1.2 64 25.18 14.58 8923 20.51 43892 21.59 19.79 -.49 -4.5 Masco N MAS .42 1.0 24 46.45 33.05 3669 40.19 21434 41.35 38.58 -.25 -8.5 Masimo Q MASI 36 104.71 80.69 283 83.88 2082 88.15 83.16 -4.07 -1.1 Masonite g N DOOR 12 85.30 50.40 191 61.65 1085 62.80 59.50 +.30 -16.9 Mastec N MTZ 15 55.53 38.40 757 46.55 4850 47.95 45.53 -.50 -4.9 MastechD A MHH 14 15.93 6.13 5 11.81 37 12.31 11.53 -.53 +17.4 MasterCrd N MA 1.00 .6 39 183.73 111.01 4995 169.70 21477 177.44 167.94 -5.21 +12.1 MatadorRs N MTDR 30 33.96 20.13 1707 27.60 6527 29.70 26.97 -2.31 -11.3 Match n Q MTCH 55 47.10 16.27 1145 42.11 10680 44.45 40.47 -2.33 +34.5 Materialise Q MTLS 16.50 8.78 27 11.66 287 11.93 11.25 -.03 -8.3 Materion N MTRN .40 .8 42 55.35 33.00 126 51.25 705 53.35 50.30 +.20 +5.5tMatinasB n A MTNB 3.20 .59 339 .67 1800 .80 .59 -.10 -42.2 MatlinPr n Q MPAC 10.02 9.65 0 9.79 53 9.85 9.76 -.01 +.3 MatlnPrt un Q MPACU 11.00 10.00 0 10.24 33 10.35 10.24 -.04 +.9 MatrixSv Q MTRX 20.25 7.80 140 14.50 700 14.85 13.15 +.80 -18.5 Matson N MATX .80 2.8 5 40.32 21.63 161 28.23 772 29.27 27.73 -.41 -5.4 Mattel Q MAT .60 4.6 94 25.97 12.71 3187 13.12 19395 13.47 12.90 -.03 -14.7 Mattersight Q MATR 3.70 1.93 7 2.15 127 2.15 2.05 +.05 -15.7tMatthInt Q MATW .76 1.5 16 72.60 48.75 117 50.20 846 51.03 48.75 -.40 -4.9 MauiLand N MLP 21 27.80 10.55 56 11.75 213 12.40 10.85 +.10 -32.1 MaxarTc n N MAXR 1.48 3.3 67.30 42.11 113 44.75 817 46.21 44.49 -1.50 -30.4 MaximIntg Q MXIM 1.68f 3.0 25 74.94 43.35 5314 56.81 21040 59.81 56.70 -3.41 +8.7 Maximus N MMS .18 .3 20 72.71 57.40 326 65.59 1320 66.93 64.45 -1.15 -8.4 MaxLinear N MXL 15 32.47 20.38 396 22.38 3955 23.54 21.08 -.37 -15.3 MaxwellT Q MXWL 6.61 4.29 73 5.56 514 5.90 5.47 -.37 -3.5 MazorRbt Q MZOR 76.56 27.65 273 58.18 1455 62.47 56.51 -3.18 +12.8 McClatch rs A MNI 12.99 5.75 5 9.23 27 9.40 9.19 -.02 +3.4 McCorm N MKC 2.08f 2.0 16 111.46 90.25 929 104.20 6010 106.55 103.23 -1.67 +2.2tMcDrmInt N MDR 10 9.07 5.56 22478 5.61 81696 6.16 5.38 -.48 -14.7 McDnlds N MCD 4.04 2.5 27 178.70 129.52 4276 161.25 25993 164.56 155.25 +4.87 -6.3 McGrathR Q MGRC 1.36f 2.5 9 55.65 32.09 135 53.90 614 54.98 51.84 +.21 +14.7 McKesson N MCK 1.36 1.0 11 178.86 133.82 1706 139.71 8335 143.80 137.54 -1.16 -10.4 McEwenM N MUX .01 .5 3.30 1.82 1176 2.06 7596 2.15 2.04 -.02 -9.6 Mechel pf N MTLp 1.34 .80 13 1.18 105 1.28 1.13 -.10 +12.4 Mechel rs N MTL 6.23 4.00 142 4.26 765 4.72 4.21 -.09 -19.0 MedalFin Q MFIN .20 4.4 46 5.56 1.84 29 4.57 322 4.72 4.33 -.08 +29.4 MedalF 9 21 Q MFINL 2.25 9.0 26.96 16.36 6 25.09 12 25.20 24.98 -.12 -6.5 Medequit n N MRT .84 8.4 13.06 9.67 191 9.99 841 10.60 9.96 -.52 -11.0 MedProp N MPW 1.00f 7.9 14 14.22 11.82 3118 12.69 13177 13.02 12.47 -.31 -7.9 MedTrBill Q MTBC 5.44 .29 50 3.43 341 3.54 3.25 +.10 +31.4tMedTBill pf Q MTBCP 2.75 11.3 27.80 22.21 24 24.35 193 25.70 22.21 -.55 -3.6 MediCo Q MDCO 55.95 24.45 989 29.76 5095 33.06 29.36 -3.18 +8.9 MediciNova Q MNOV 14.50 4.40 301 12.24 3997 13.00 11.75 +2.02 +89.2 Medidata Q MDSO 83 85.92 56.65 484 63.74 2352 65.13 60.70 +.93 +.6sMedifast N MED 1.92 2.0 42 97.97 40.00 220 97.26 980 98.51 90.69 +3.81 +39.3tMedigus rs Q MDGS 3.35 1.08 9 1.14 77 1.29 1.08 -.13 -13.6 MediWound Q MDWD 8.25 3.56 27 5.40 108 5.50 5.20 +.20 +21.3 MedleyCap N MCC .64 15.7 6 7.89 3.94 136 4.08 667 4.12 3.97 +.10 -21.8 MedleyC 23 N MCV 1.53 6.1 25.72 23.93 1 25.10 8 25.16 24.96 -.01 -.6 MedleyC 21 N MCX 1.63 6.4 26.39 25.20 1 25.61 3 25.65 25.55 -.04 -.8 Medley n N MDLX .22p 25.00 23.76 2 24.81 6 24.98 24.71 -.17 +.1 Medley24 n N MDLQ 25.66 24.51 1 25.25 12 25.34 25.20 -.07 +.2 MedleyMgt N MDLY .80 13.4 18 8.35 5.50 36 5.95 202 6.00 5.60 +.25 -8.5 Mednax N MD 15 68.55 40.56 423 54.67 3918 56.46 53.78 -.96 +2.3 Medpace n Q MEDP 36 39.64 21.76 211 35.59 917 36.60 33.52 +.68 -1.8 Medtrnic N MDT 1.84 2.4 31 89.72 76.41 5176 77.64 28426 80.09 76.62 -2.58 -3.9tMeetGrp Q MEET 6.45 1.84 842 1.94 6579 2.17 1.84 -.15 -31.2 MelcoResE Q MLCO .32e 1.1 92 30.49 18.78 1590 28.37 10638 29.68 27.60 -.61 -2.3tMelinta rs Q MLNT 24.25 6.90 273 6.90 1205 8.50 6.65 -.50 -56.3 Mellanox Q MLNX 58 76.80 41.55 332 73.50 1900 75.00 70.70 +.65 +13.6 MenloTh n Q MNLO 39.86 20.50 87 35.22 321 38.51 34.13 -2.36 +22.7 Menus n Q MRUS 25.44 13.23 36 16.91 208 18.98 16.89 -1.62 -12.8 MercadoL Q MELI .60 .2 417.91 210.78 371 342.54 2572 362.69 332.85 -13.85 +8.9 MercBank Q MBWM .88f 2.6 18 38.08 28.92 43 33.71 223 34.82 33.00 +.46 -4.7 MercerIntl Q MERC .50 4.0 22 15.00 10.45 71 12.60 788 13.00 12.20 +.15 -11.9 MerchBcp n Q MBIN .24f 1.1 23.77 16.27 59 21.39 201 22.09 20.67 -.11 +8.7tMerck N MRK 1.92 3.6 20 66.41 52.83 12491 53.36 59421 55.38 52.83 -1.11 -5.2 MercGn N MCY 2.50 5.4 19 63.23 41.41 410 45.97 2160 46.51 44.17 +.10 -14.0 MercSys Q MRCY 55 55.00 36.09 436 47.56 1776 49.35 46.70 -.76 -7.4 Meredith N MDP 2.18f 4.1 13 72.25 50.63 327 53.60 2028 54.95 52.30 -.20 -18.8 MeridBcp Q EBSB .20f 1.0 26 21.85 15.85 155 19.85 1157 20.75 19.55 -.30 -3.6 MeridnBk n Q MRBK 21.37 16.56 4 18.25 183 18.25 17.14 +.62 -8.7 MeridBio Q VIVO .50 3.6 19 16.45 12.95 595 13.80 1410 14.45 13.75 -.40 -1.4tMeridWs hn Q MRDN 4.00 .49 70 .57 471 .60 .49 -46.2 MeritMed Q MMSI 53 49.50 28.00 219 45.25 1775 46.40 43.95 -.10 +4.7 Meritage N MTH 12 55.50 37.10 272 46.00 1849 47.33 42.30 +.75 -10.2 Meritor N MTOR 7 29.54 14.97 665 20.22 4007 21.28 19.74 -.34 -13.8 MerL pfK N MERpK 1.61 6.3 26.53 25.26 57 25.60 256 25.70 25.53 +.01 -1.9 MerL pfP N MERpP 1.84 7.0 27.53 25.80 46 26.22 175 26.32 26.10 -.04 -3.5 ML CZN46 N PIY 2.09 14.1 26.88 11.66 4 14.79 25 16.00 14.30 -.03 +.5 MLRRD29 N PYS 1.58 8.2 24.93 17.20 2 19.32 26 19.47 19.00 -4.6sMLGS flt N PYT .76 3.5 22.60 20.40 1 21.80 6 22.60 21.75 +.05 +4.1 MLIdxPl33 A IPB 1.51 5.6 28.91 26.50 3 27.20 6 27.92 27.20 -.66 -1.8tMerrimP rs Q MACK 1 27.08 7.37 653 8.29 2350 8.54 7.37 +.24 -19.1 Mersana n Q MRSN 21.01 12.45 108 14.97 814 17.25 14.15 -.80 -8.9 MesaLabs Q MLAB .64 .4 169.81 120.69 29 150.75 119 155.80 138.54 +2.31 +21.3 MesaRoyl N MTR 1.46e 10.0 14 19.85 11.25 1 14.55 39 15.00 14.35 -.48 -21.1 Mesab N MSB 1.49e 30.92 12.70 83 24.90 323 26.00 24.40 -.85 -1.0 Mesoblast n Q MESO 12.50 4.74 32 5.67 138 5.81 5.37 -.11 -2.9 MetaFincl Q CASH .52 .5 22 117.98 60.70 95 113.55 290 115.35 107.55 +4.35 +22.6 Methanx Q MEOH 1.32f 2.1 20 64.60 39.48 442 62.20 3952 64.30 58.00 +1.55 +2.7 Methode N MEI .44 1.1 33 48.44 36.05 271 38.45 1148 39.40 38.00 -.65 -4.1 MetLife N MET 1.60 3.5 10 55.91 43.01 8625 45.27 36565 46.37 44.44 -.62 -10.5 MetLfe pfA N METpA 1.02 4.1 25.67 23.50 21 25.08 177 25.15 24.69 +.05 +1.0 MetroBkH n N MCB 51.30 36.35 36 43.66 195 44.46 42.12 +1.55 +3.7 MettlerT N MTD 38 697.26 472.44 255 555.26 1318 581.90 546.04 -19.77 -10.4 MexcoEn A MXC 7.18 3.00 7 3.17 37 3.25 3.07 +.11 -19.4 MexEqt N MXE 1.62e .1 12.22 9.91 3 11.15 45 11.36 10.58 +.19 +8.7 MexicoFd N MXF .70 4.2 18.24 15.26 69 16.47 299 16.73 15.86 +.26 +4.6 MKors N KORS 19 69.95 32.38 2725 64.86 10669 66.23 60.58 +2.78 +3.0 Michaels Q MIK 9 27.87 17.25 1842 19.32 10842 20.04 19.12 -.39 -20.1 MicrFoc n N MFGP 36.21 12.67 2144 15.65 9759 15.97 13.89 +1.61 -53.4tMicrobot rs Q MBOT 6.00 .58 262 .67 1548 .69 .58 -.01 -34.5 Microchp Q MCHP 1.45 1.7 89 101.48 71.40 2453 86.27 21984 91.50 85.88 -5.09 -1.8 MicrSol n A MICR 4.29 3.19 3 3.81 43 3.86 3.74 +8.9 MicronT Q MU 6 63.42 26.36 79261 48.46 344894 53.50 47.26 -3.68 +17.9 MicronetE Q MICT 1.77 .65 13 1.30 122 1.35 1.22 -.02 +16.1 MicroSemi Q MSCC 27 67.52 46.09 1686 63.68 8925 65.75 63.53 -1.04 +23.3 Microsoft Q MSFT 1.68 1.9 65 97.24 64.85 37808 90.23 218043 93.07 87.51 -1.04 +5.5 MicroStr Q MSTR 19 196.35 122.16 76 125.87 503 132.41 123.00 -3.12 -4.1tMicrovisn Q MVIS 3.25 1.00 520 1.04 2081 1.14 1.00 -.09 -36.2 MidPenn Q MPB .60f 1.9 17 37.90 25.10 12 32.25 31 32.90 31.30 +.30 -2.6 MidAApt N MAA 3.48 3.8 17 110.95 85.16 732 91.98 3491 93.08 89.72 +.74 -8.5 MidConEn Q MCEP 2.53 .92 38 1.40 150 1.50 1.31 +.04 +18.6tMidatech n Q MTP 3.27 .73 57 .76 93 .85 .73 -.07 -9.1 Middleby Q MIDD 23 142.00 107.53 432 123.57 3260 126.64 120.85 -.22 -8.4 MiddlefldB Q MBCN 1.12f 2.3 16 54.60 42.10 15 49.75 54 50.35 48.00 +.65 +3.2 MdsxWatr Q MSEX .90 2.4 26 46.74 32.23 78 38.00 367 38.45 34.74 +1.30 -4.8 MidlStBc n Q MSBI .88f 2.8 16 36.50 28.70 46 31.58 315 32.62 31.05 +.02 -2.8 MidsthBcp N MSL .28m 2.1 16.60 11.05 34 13.15 152 13.40 12.35 +.50 -.8 MidstPet N MPO 19.75 10.87 137 13.89 864 14.02 12.69 +.56 -16.2 MidWOne Q MOFG .78f 2.4 17 37.94 30.56 17 32.42 129 33.31 31.96 -.87 -3.3 Milacron n N MCRN 22.62 15.09 368 19.39 1427 20.33 19.25 -.75 +1.3 MilestnSci A MLSS 1.80 .70 1 .80 108 .87 .72 +.08 -32.3 MillerHer Q MLHR .72 2.2 15 41.85 29.25 382 32.05 2394 33.00 31.00 +.10 -20.0tMHowHiInc N HIE 1.39 12.2 14.17 10.93 38 11.37 312 11.62 10.93 -.04 -8.8 MillerInds N MLR .72 2.8 15 29.00 23.35 17 25.40 97 25.75 24.50 +.40 -1.6 Mimecast n Q MIME 39.33 20.91 76 35.01 538 36.02 34.02 -.42 +22.1 MiMedx Q MDXG 28 18.25 6.05 2179 6.46 10828 7.04 6.42 -.51 -48.8 Mind CTI Q MNDO .30e 13.3 11 2.55 2.07 33 2.25 239 2.35 2.20 +.04 -8.7 Mindbody n Q MB 43.45 21.57 581 38.55 2152 40.15 36.80 -.35 +26.6 MinTech N MTX .20 .3 16 80.50 62.55 58 66.55 487 68.80 64.45 -.40 -3.3 MinervaN Q NERV 11.15 4.80 103 6.80 778 7.65 5.95 +.55 +12.4 Miragen rs Q MGEN 15.91 5.01 219 6.50 1555 7.02 6.13 -.51 -37.7 MiratiTher Q MRTX 37.62 2.70 561 26.05 2141 31.43 24.65 -4.65 +42.7 Misonix Q MSON 11.80 7.05 35 9.90 51 10.40 9.55 -.25 +4.8 MissP pfD N MPpD 1.31 5.1 27.67 24.63 1 25.86 6 25.86 25.00 +.86 +.8 Mistras N MG 36 23.83 17.00 50 19.58 319 19.87 18.24 +.64 -16.6 Mitcham Q MIND 5.12 2.82 3 3.34 43 3.55 3.10 +.10 +5.4 Mitchm pfA Q MINDP 2.25 9.6 24.50 22.34 1 23.43 2 23.43 23.37 +.05 +.8 MitekSys Q MITK 20 10.75 6.45 218 7.45 1284 7.60 7.00 +.05 -16.8 MitelNet g Q MITL 9.85 6.21 1622 9.27 7214 9.66 9.17 -.01 +12.6 MitsuUFJ N MUFG 8.11 5.94 775 6.45 3561 6.63 6.31 -.19 -11.3 MiX Tele N MIXT .22e 16.32 5.59 109 15.70 567 16.08 15.00 +.15 +23.0 MizuhoFn N MFG 4.00 3.37 241 3.55 1782 3.64 3.53 -.15 -2.5 MobileMini Q MINI 1.00f 2.3 37 46.10 26.70 279 43.40 1410 43.70 41.80 -.10 +25.8 MobileTele N MBT .53e 4.8 12.80 7.77 2518 11.00 10495 11.71 10.96 -.39 +7.9 MobileIron Q MOBL 6.78 3.20 322 4.85 1664 5.05 4.73 -.10 +24.4 Model N N MODN 18.90 10.00 127 17.45 764 18.00 17.15 -.60 +10.8 ModMed n Q MMDM 10.24 9.65 1 9.94 57 9.98 9.89 -.01 +1.4 ModMed rt Q MMDMR .50 .30 0 .38 2 .38 .38 -.02 -2.6 ModMed un Q MMDMU 12.50 10.09 10.63 26 10.63 10.60 +.01 +1.1 Modine N MOD 16 25.75 10.10 443 20.85 1920 21.60 19.73 -.30 +3.2 Moelis&Co N MC 1.48 2.9 62 54.60 34.60 285 50.50 1615 52.40 49.55 -.35 +4.1tMohawk N MHK 18 286.85 223.99 602 236.08 3851 241.09 223.99 +3.86 -14.4 MolecTemp Q MTEM 13.25 .35 20 8.64 376 9.34 7.80 +.64 -13.8 Moleculin n Q MBRX 3.75 .71 234 1.81 1140 1.90 1.75 +.01 -2.7 MolinaHlth N MOH 93.98 46.29 953 80.67 6038 82.95 78.02 -.51 +5.2 MolsCoorB N TAP 1.64 2.2 12 97.50 72.07 2263 73.16 13720 75.46 72.30 -2.17 -10.9 Momenta Q MNTA 19.25 11.85 522 17.50 3799 18.85 17.45 -.65 +25.4 Momo Q MOMO 46.69 22.49 2074 36.40 14961 38.07 34.71 -.98 +48.7tMonakGp n Q MKGI 5.07 3.70 6 3.71 24 4.15 3.70 -.47 -25.4 MonarCas h Q MCRI 30 47.92 28.47 39 41.26 246 42.45 40.53 -1.03 -7.9 Mondelez Q MDLZ .88 2.1 22 47.23 39.19 6809 41.48 52342 42.46 40.52 -.25 -3.1tMoneyGrm Q MGI 17.92 8.01 690 8.26 3999 9.09 8.01 -.36 -37.3 MngDB A n Q MDB 46.26 24.62 293 40.77 2424 45.94 40.57 -2.63 +37.4 MonRE N MNR .68 4.5 23 18.45 13.87 461 14.97 2213 15.34 14.75 -.07 -15.9 MonRE pfC N MNRpC 1.53 6.4 26.74 23.59 14 23.98 177 24.50 23.92 -.32 -4.2 MonPwSys Q MPWR 1.20f 1.1 83 127.61 88.19 173 110.94 1297 115.94 109.23 -4.83 -1.3 Monotype Q TYPE .46f 2.1 53 26.75 15.75 183 22.35 1123 22.95 21.68 -.10 -7.3 Monro Q MNRO .72 1.3 33 64.15 39.65 238 55.55 1507 57.35 52.25 +1.95 -2.5 MonroeCap Q MRCC 1.40 11.2 9 16.20 12.18 53 12.50 462 12.76 12.23 +.20 -9.1 Monsanto N MON 2.16 1.8 20 124.20 114.19 2311 117.86 26540 118.86 116.17 +1.71 +.9 MonstrBv s Q MNST 41 70.21 44.35 3111 55.93 14817 57.80 55.00 -1.28 -11.6 Moodys N MCO 1.76f 1.1 34 171.68 111.94 684 158.99 3735 163.22 156.24 -2.31 +7.7 Moog A N MOG/A .25p 21 93.93 64.82 83 80.77 499 83.60 78.23 -1.64 -7.0 MorgStan N MS 1.16f 2.2 15 59.38 40.43 9577 53.04 46790 55.39 51.94 -.92 +1.1 MorgSt pfE N MSpE 1.78 6.2 30.32 27.96 15 28.76 241 28.93 28.68 -.10 -.7 MorgSt pfF N MSpF 1.72 6.2 29.79 27.50 17 27.93 119 28.18 27.78 -.10 -1.8 MorgSt pfI N MSpI 1.59 5.9 29.01 26.51 39 27.06 469 27.24 26.97 -.06 -2.8 MorgS pfG N MSpG 1.66 6.3 28.17 25.75 28 26.20 154 26.33 26.07 -.11 -1.9 MorgSt pfK N MSpK 27.72 25.56 23 25.86 508 26.22 25.76 -.23 -4.6 MS Asia N APF .14e .8 19.99 14.47 13 17.86 103 18.20 17.75 -.35 -2.9 MS China N CAF 13.33e 27.79 19.19 65 24.83 420 25.35 24.40 -.07 +6.2 MS CushHi N MLPY 1.28e 20.7 8.00 6.10 2 6.17 9 6.31 6.15 +.01 -12.6 MS EMD N MSD .57e 6.1 10.27 9.32 60 9.39 192 9.45 9.38 -5.9 MSEMDDbt N EDD .80m 10.2 8.37 7.50 339 7.81 987 7.88 7.78 -.01 +1.4 MSEmMkt N MSF .05e .3 19.86 14.84 14 18.12 147 18.57 17.87 -.31 +1.3 MS icb N ICB .54a 2.9 19.79 17.88 5 18.82 67 18.85 18.72 -.01 +2.6 MS India N IIF .04e 35.14 28.02 39 30.97 281 31.31 29.94 +.59 -6.6 MSJCP97 N HJV 1.75 14.5 16.72 10.00 12.07 34 12.18 11.77 +.32 -2.2 MkVRMB N CNY 49.12 38.72 1 46.00 6 47.48 45.73 -1.01 +7.0 MSDLEur N URR 21.49 15.26 1 19.94 7 20.76 19.57 +.24 +10.0 MorgSt pfA N MSpA 1.01e 4.5 24.50 21.49 40 22.56 274 22.76 22.40 -.23 -.4 Mornstr Q MORN 1.00 1.0 25 103.46 68.43 69 96.15 242 97.80 93.30 +.88 -.8 Mosaic N MOS .10m .4 33 29.20 19.23 3972 24.22 20814 25.29 22.90 -.06 -5.6 MoSys rs Q MOSY 2.70 .55 82 1.18 967 1.28 1.14 -.01 +6.3 MotifBio n Q MTFB 13.75 6.09 4 10.25 13 11.50 8.50 +.96 -5.2 MotorcarP Q MPAA 25 31.57 20.11 120 21.91 744 22.51 20.62 +.48 -12.3 MotrlaSolu N MSI 2.08 2.0 19 110.29 79.63 1076 103.98 7074 107.69 103.18 -1.32 +15.1 MotusGI n Q MOTS 5.30 3.75 8 4.45 37 4.58 4.45 -.03 +1.6 MtnPDia g Q MPVE 4.10 2.40 9 2.60 50 2.61 2.45 +.15 -5.5 Movado N MOV .80f 2.1 42.25 20.50 150 38.55 1476 39.55 36.05 +.15 +19.7 Moxian n Q MOXC 4.16 2.01 5 3.02 17 3.03 2.95 -.03 -21.6 MudrickC n Q MUDS 9.62 9.55 9.61 487 9.62 9.55 +.01 +.2tMueller N MLI .40 1.5 18 37.57 25.26 204 26.11 1117 26.83 25.26 -.05 -26.3tMuellerWat N MWA .20f 1.9 23 12.99 10.01 1594 10.32 8160 10.77 10.01 -.55 -17.6 Mulesft n N MULE 44.58 19.40 2115 44.01 18199 44.35 43.79 +.03 +89.2 MultiColor Q LABL .20 .3 17 89.70 61.90 112 64.85 708 68.03 64.75 -1.20 -13.4 MurphO N MUR 1.00 3.8 35.16 22.21 1931 26.56 10969 27.14 24.39 +.72 -14.5 MurphUSA N MUSA 13 89.69 63.79 390 69.86 1909 73.18 69.14 -2.94 -13.1 MustBio n Q MBIO 13.35 8.06 113 10.37 552 11.18 10.10 -.57 -13.5 MutualFst Q MFSF .72 2.0 19 40.50 31.05 4 36.40 36 37.00 35.90 +.15 -5.6 MySize n Q MYSZ 3.58 .57 337 1.14 2560 1.41 1.06 -.26 +75.9sMyersInd N MYE .54 2.3 47 23.45 15.40 499 23.45 904 24.15 20.00 +2.30 +20.3 Mylan NV Q MYL 9 47.82 29.39 3088 39.52 16130 40.99 39.07 -1.65 -6.6 MyndAn n Q MYND 5.05 1.15 132 1.26 3669 3.72 1.20 +.07 -62.9 MyoKard n Q MYOK 62.83 10.80 449 45.85 1662 49.40 44.80 -2.95 +8.9 Myomo n A MYO 23.20 2.07 226 3.23 1824 3.54 2.80 +.26 -13.9 Myovant n N MYOV 24.14 9.92 44 21.20 1946 21.99 19.54 -.07 +67.7 MyriadG Q MYGN 14 41.57 17.50 878 28.00 3594 30.42 27.74 -1.55 -18.5N -:NBT Bcp Q NBTB 1.00f 2.8 18 40.85 31.28 78 35.44 600 36.20 34.60 -.04 -3.7 NCI BldSy N NCS 21 21.20 13.05 588 17.35 3156 17.85 17.00 -.35 -10.1 NCR Corp N NCR 27 45.23 29.20 690 30.71 4081 31.70 30.51 -.81 -9.6 NCS Mltst n Q NCSM 29.07 13.85 56 15.67 327 16.41 14.20 +.67 +6.3 NETgear Q NTGR 82 71.42 41.50 299 58.10 1622 59.31 55.25 +.90 -1.1 NF EngSv Q NFEC 3.65 .76 86 1.16 1295 1.58 1.11 -.26 +19.6 NGL EnPt N NGL 1.56 14.4 22.05 8.58 238 10.80 1659 11.25 10.35 -.20 -23.1 NGL En pfB N NGLpB 2.25 9.7 25.56 23.10 9 23.29 86 23.55 23.10 +.04 -4.5 NI Hldg n Q NODK 18.80 14.82 10 16.27 55 16.71 16.25 -.43 -4.2 NIC Inc Q EGOV .32 2.3 18 22.40 12.65 604 13.75 3195 14.10 13.10 +.45 -17.2 NICE Ltd Q NICE .64 .7 39 98.48 66.57 178 91.34 705 94.23 88.74 -2.59 -.6sNII Hldg n Q NIHD 2.35 .22 3361 2.42 11307 2.61 1.92 +.31 +470.8 NL Inds N NL 6 16.05 6.00 40 7.75 228 8.25 7.40 -.10 -45.6 NMI Hldg h Q NMIH 13 21.92 10.10 840 17.70 2967 17.80 16.20 +1.15 +4.1tNN Inc Q NNBR .28 1.2 13 32.90 22.30 264 22.50 1372 25.25 21.40 -1.50 -18.5 NRG Egy N NRG .12 .4 48 31.15 14.52 5524 29.96 25516 30.78 29.82 -.57 +5.2 NRG Yld A N NYLD/A 1.12f 6.7 34 19.91 15.30 118 16.70 696 16.92 16.20 +.26 -11.4 NRG Yld C N NYLD 1.19f 6.9 32 20.15 15.55 668 17.25 2937 17.45 16.75 +.25 -8.7 NTN Buzz rs A NTN 8.73 3.01 44 5.60 195 7.05 5.11 -1.20 +33.0sNTT DOCO N DCM 26.32 22.58 297 26.10 1047 26.32 25.48 +.53 +9.8 NV5 Global Q NVEE 23 58.95 35.35 61 56.25 456 58.50 54.00 +.50 +3.9 NVE Corp Q NVEC 4.00 5.1 29 94.00 68.50 14 78.02 79 82.84 76.50 -5.09 -9.3 NVR N NVR 25 3700.00 2028.99 33 3122.00 154 3223.90 2862.20 +322.00 -11.0 NXP Semi Q NXPI 18 125.93 103.16 3539 113.73 21088 117.07 113.38 -3.27 -2.9 Nabors N NBR .24 3.6 14.28 5.32 5933 6.69 40487 6.96 6.37 -.30 -2.0tNabriva n Q NBRV 14.10 4.50 213 4.48 1228 5.09 4.39 -.55 -25.1 NACCO N NC 1.09f 3.0 4 92.60 23.80 18 36.25 168 37.95 32.55 +3.40 -3.7 NakedBr n Q NAKD 3.00 1.11 7 1.49 129 1.50 1.42 +.02 +2.8 NamTai N NTP .28 2.3 49 13.90 7.10 26 12.20 183 12.45 12.15 -.25 -2.8tNanoDim n Q NNDM 7.60 1.67 24 1.76 132 1.96 1.67 -.10 -42.7 NanoString Q NSTG 20.70 5.87 106 7.75 788 7.99 7.11 +.24 +3.7sNanoVib n Q NAOV 5.00 3.68 2 4.63 49 5.00 4.44 -.13 -1.1tNanoViric A NNVC 1.64 .72 95 .83 767 .85 .72 +.01 -5.7 Nanomtr Q NANO 20 32.42 22.08 104 25.53 664 27.09 25.32 -1.37 +2.4 NantHlth n Q NH 5.70 2.60 44 3.04 490 3.25 3.01 -.01 -.3 NantKwst n Q NK 8.45 2.71 98 3.61 905 3.96 3.57 -.28 -19.6 Napco Q NSSC 33 11.90 7.40 18 10.65 140 11.70 10.30 -1.05 +21.7 Nasdaq Q NDAQ 1.76f 2.1 22 87.00 65.98 919 85.20 6394 86.94 84.46 -1.02 +10.9 Natera n Q NTRA 14.76 7.35 143 8.80 706 9.35 8.60 -.47 -2.1 Nathans s Q NATH 5.00e 47 100.90 52.90 6 74.45 98 75.30 69.75 +.55 -1.4 NatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 17.6 2.77 .76 9 1.02 123 1.33 1.00 -.29 -28.2 NatBkHldg N NBHC .36 1.1 27 37.08 30.10 162 33.02 778 33.65 32.33 -.23 +1.8 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.17e 2.7 21 47.70 36.75 2 44.10 25 45.25 43.05 -.95 -3.0 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 36 129.82 81.65 300 89.01 1589 90.66 84.43 -.01 -8.7tNatCineM Q NCMI .68m 12.5 12.74 5.09 596 5.46 3056 5.55 5.09 +.27 -20.4 NatlCmce n Q NCOM 24 46.60 35.55 46 43.75 207 44.95 42.65 +.20 +8.7sNatEnrSv n Q NESR 10.02 9.39 394 10.02 1562 10.03 9.94 +.09 +.7 NatFuGas N NFG 1.66 3.3 15 59.92 48.31 389 50.28 2048 51.94 50.01 -1.17 -8.4 NatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .7 30 25.17 16.21 257 24.15 1248 24.81 23.71 -.16 +23.0 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 7.4 26.66 22.77 0 25.19 40 25.23 24.93 +.15 -.3 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 7.6 26.62 22.02 5 24.76 45 24.89 24.72 +.01 -1.2 NatGnH pfC Q NGHCN 1.88 7.6 26.26 23.13 5 24.73 41 24.92 24.66 -.08 -1.2 NatGnH 55 Q NGHCZ 1.91 7.6 26.38 23.80 6 25.04 35 25.20 24.70 +.23 -1.5 NatGrid N NGG 2.89e 5.0 70.76 51.44 497 58.06 3323 58.44 55.92 +1.63 -1.3 NtHlthInv N NHI 4.00f 5.9 16 81.60 62.71 165 67.82 986 68.62 65.35 +.53 -10.0 NHltcre A NHC 1.92f 3.2 18 75.70 57.00 36 59.51 162 61.28 58.67 -.12 -2.3 NatlHld rs Q NHLD 6.26 2.08 1 4.16 51 4.57 4.16 -.41 +26.1 NatInstrm Q NATI .92f 1.9 59 53.57 31.57 649 47.94 4886 49.57 47.19 -2.63 +15.2 NOilVarco N NOV .20 .5 39.36 29.90 4675 36.99 14976 37.87 35.11 +.18 +2.7 NatPresto N NPK 1.00a 1.1 13 121.40 88.80 43 94.05 263 97.90 92.00 +.30 -5.4 NatResh A Q NRCIA .40 1.3 61 41.99 19.15 16 31.20 94 31.50 28.35 +1.95 -16.4 NatlReshB Q NRCIB 2.40 4.7 26 58.16 39.00 1 50.56 4 50.56 47.88 +.73 -9.8 NatRetPrp N NNN 1.90 4.8 18 45.63 36.25 790 39.36 4863 39.97 38.27 +.10 -8.7 NRetP pfE N NNNpE 1.43 5.7 26.38 23.96 18 25.17 313 25.23 25.05 +.04 -1.5 NtRetP pfF N NNNpF 1.30 5.6 25.58 21.97 15 23.26 108 23.36 22.86 +.09 -7.3 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.2 9 18.17 11.53 11 16.20 18 16.48 15.45 +.17 -.9 NatlStor n N NSA 1.12 4.5 87 28.55 21.17 384 25.10 1805 25.44 24.70 +.02 -7.9 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 23.96 5 24.37 65 24.87 24.11 -.12 -6.4 NatlVis n Q EYE 43.80 27.19 202 32.49 1547 33.50 31.50 +.18 -20.0 NatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 15 368.00 276.00 21 306.70 58 311.99 299.10 +1.82 -7.3 Nationstar N NSM 15 20.71 15.66 354 18.01 1468 18.18 17.69 +.05 -2.6 NatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 43.78 45.16 2 45.16 44.57 -.14 +1.3 NaturlAlt Q NAII 10 12.15 8.80 6 11.00 48 11.25 9.46 +6.8 NatGsSvcs N NGS 72 29.55 22.40 32 24.50 214 25.35 23.60 +.65 -6.5 NatrlGroc N NGVC 26 11.61 4.79 50 7.07 334 7.25 6.87 -.09 -20.8 NatHlTr n Q NHTC .52f 2.8 4 30.25 14.15 52 18.84 251 19.30 18.46 -.17 +24.0 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80f 6.1 8 37.65 22.81 14 29.50 96 29.90 28.20 +.80 +13.5 NaturesSun Q NATR .40 3.9 14.75 8.40 8 10.30 60 10.95 9.55 -.70 -10.8 NatusMed Q BABY 71 43.60 28.00 358 32.80 1772 34.25 32.25 -.85 -14.1 Natuzzi N NTZ 3.30 1.41 1 1.65 156 1.71 1.58 +.01 +3.1 Nautilus N NLS 16 19.80 11.30 262 13.75 1319 14.10 13.10 +.30 +3.0tNavideaBio A NAVB .68 .31 269 .35 1927 .39 .31 -.01 -2.8 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 6.6 25.00 20.21 8 22.80 47 23.60 22.80 -.41 -4.1 Navient Q NAVI .64 4.8 7 16.97 11.48 2535 13.44 19240 13.72 12.38 +.32 +.9 NavigCons N NCI 18 24.47 14.62 488 20.11 1423 20.38 18.66 +.87 +3.6 NavigatrH N NVGS 14.55 7.00 107 11.20 614 11.80 10.95 -.55 +13.7 NavgGp s Q NAVG .28f .5 21 60.35 45.80 85 57.00 404 58.05 56.40 -.65 +17.0 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 10.0 1.75 .67 388 .80 2218 .85 .70 -.04 -28.1tNavios pfG N NMpG 2.19 18.4 19.99 10.39 15 11.90 46 12.36 10.39 -.28 -26.5tNavios N NM 1.99 .71 1514 .73 6244 .91 .71 -.17 -39.2tNavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 18.8 18.89 10.44 0 11.51 43 12.50 10.44 -.59 -29.4tNavMMid N NAP 1.69 51.2 12.24 3.36 430 3.30 2134 4.17 3.30 -.74 -65.3 NaviosMar N NMM 1.69f 103.0 6 2.62 1.45 589 1.64 2505 1.81 1.61 -.16 -30.5 Navistar N NAV 47.73 22.89 1007 34.76 5268 36.38 33.23 -.21 -18.9sNebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.15 9.98 10.02 36 10.15 10.00 -.10 NeenahP N NP 1.64f 2.1 17 95.40 72.35 106 77.35 512 79.65 76.45 -1.05 -14.7 NektarTh Q NKTR 111.36 17.33 4924 93.87 16896 108.23 89.80 -12.39 +57.2 Nelnet N NNI .64f 1.2 12 59.68 38.72 62 52.64 314 53.47 50.32 +.23 -3.9tNemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 4.00 26 3.45 65 4.74 3.26 -1.11 -40.1sNeogen s Q NEOG 60 68.69 44.63 208 67.30 1058 68.69 64.68 +.31 +9.2 NeoGenom Q NEO 11.63 7.08 189 8.11 1277 8.29 7.71 -.05 -8.5 Neonode Q NEON 1.80 .37 53 .44 465 .45 .40 +.01 -41.5 NeoPhoton N NPTN 9.78 4.56 770 6.25 4725 6.97 6.03 -.60 -5.0 NeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 6.30 174 8.15 933 8.65 7.90 -.15 -20.1tNeovasc g Q NVCN 1.89 .03 361370 .06 995882 .07 .03 -89.8 NeptuneT g Q NEPT 6 3.59 .70 314 2.85 1662 3.03 2.68 +.04 +20.8 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 7 13.20 8.87 125 9.38 679 9.71 9.28 -.08 -21.1 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 2.56 1612 7.33 6166 9.79 6.00 +.37 -34.1 NetApp Q NTAP .80 1.3 27 65.58 37.43 4637 63.11 22101 64.99 58.76 +1.62 +14.1 NetEase Q NTES 2.93e 1.1 9 377.64 253.20 631 272.74 4425 285.57 261.88 -7.65 -21.0 Netflix s Q NFLX 333.98 138.66 11362 288.85 62129 299.16 271.22 -6.50 +50.5tNetlist h Q NLST 1.40 .21 215 .23 2940 .24 .21 +.00 -24.7 NtScout Q NTCT 23 38.48 25.33 698 26.30 3005 26.98 25.65 -.05 -13.6 Netshoes n N NETS 26.96 4.59 117 5.70 697 6.54 5.50 -.22 -27.8 NetSolTch Q NTWK 5.60 3.09 8 4.45 32 4.65 4.45 -.15 -5.5 Netw1Tch A NTIP .10 3.8 88 5.00 2.25 58 2.65 175 2.70 2.55 +10.4 NBCAInt A NBW .74 5.7 14.61 12.74 3 12.95 82 12.95 12.75 +.08 -4.8tNeuB HYld A NHS .96 8.7 12.35 10.84 81 10.98 434 11.10 10.84 -.16 -6.6 NBIntMu A NBH .90 6.5 16.00 13.70 23 13.86 126 13.93 13.78 +.09 -6.3 NBNYInt A NBO .58 4.9 13.06 11.54 4 11.67 42 11.68 11.61 +.06 -4.0 NBRESec A NRO .36 7.5 5.70 4.29 257 4.78 1201 4.79 4.68 +.01 -13.6 Neuralst rs Q CUR 6.60 .88 49 1.65 435 1.86 1.53 -4.1 NeurMx rs Q NURO 5.84 1.20 14 1.40 199 1.46 1.35 -.01 -19.0 Neurcrine Q NBIX 92.98 39.21 588 76.85 4178 82.33 75.88 -6.08 -1.0 Neurotrpe n Q NTRP 21.40 3.40 19 7.74 179 8.65 7.17 -.40 +9.9 NevGCas A UWN 25 2.86 1.87 9 2.29 65 2.29 2.13 +.10 -14.2 NevroCorp N NVRO 97.70 65.00 286 86.52 1481 90.42 83.25 -.15 +25.3 Nevsun g A NSU .04 1.6 2.77 1.96 475 2.43 2559 2.47 2.35 +.05 -.4 NewAgeB n Q NBEV 7.20 1.80 420 2.12 1240 2.51 2.05 -.30 -2.3 NewAmHi N HYB .78a 9.1 10.20 8.48 72 8.61 313 8.71 8.60 -.09 -8.4 NewConcEn A GBR 26 2.45 1.16 157 1.32 341 1.45 1.23 -.03 -15.3 NE Realty A NEN 1.00 1.4 2 75.25 65.90 0 69.50 2 70.47 69.50 -.60 -5.2 NwGold g A NGD 4.25 2.28 3197 2.50 16406 2.66 2.48 -.08 -24.0 NewHome N NWHM 10 13.55 9.75 76 11.30 369 11.55 10.41 +.22 -9.8 NwIreland N IRL 2.15e 1.3 14.33 11.90 7 12.02 69 12.18 11.91 -.03 -4.1 NJ Rscs s N NJR 1.09 2.7 15 45.45 35.55 445 40.60 2505 41.08 39.15 +.50 +1.0tNewLink Q NLNK 25.17 5.90 15289 4.20 17758 7.42 3.95 -3.05 -48.2 NewMedia N NEWM 1.48 9.1 24 17.95 11.87 3940 16.30 5153 17.53 16.02 -.84 -2.9 NwMtnFin N NMFC 1.36 10.2 9 15.00 12.05 158 13.35 1424 13.45 13.05 +.20 -1.5 NewOriEd N EDU .40e 45 108.40 58.47 1419 88.72 5890 89.88 83.00 +1.07 -5.6 NewRelic N NEWR 79.08 37.31 352 73.84 2288 76.79 71.74 -.28 +27.8 NewResid N NRZ 2.00 12.3 6 18.43 15.04 1577 16.32 12726 16.48 16.04 -.13 -8.7 NewSenInv N SNR 1.04 12.7 15 10.82 6.77 397 8.18 2437 8.25 7.94 +8.2sNY&Co N NWY 3.95 1.28 363 3.98 1712 4.03 3.45 +.60 +39.2 NY CmtyB N NYCB .68 5.4 14 14.53 11.67 7301 12.56 30497 13.03 12.36 -.47 -3.5 NY Cmt pfA N NYCBpA 30.39 26.12 21 27.38 122 27.40 26.85 +.15 -4.3 NYCmty un N NYCBpU 3.00 6.0 56.99 49.51 5 49.85 17 50.00 49.81 -.15 -1.7 NYMtgTr Q NYMT .80 13.4 9 6.69 5.35 773 5.95 5809 6.00 5.80 +.02 -3.6 NYMtT pfB Q NYMTP 1.94 8.4 26.00 18.66 2 23.17 37 24.10 22.98 -.25 -8.5 NYMtT pfC Q NYMTO 1.97 8.3 25.56 23.00 6 23.60 33 23.81 23.40 -.02 -3.7tNYMtgT pfD Q NYMTN 2.00 8.6 25.27 23.02 18 23.16 86 23.85 22.93 -.30 -6.2 NY Times N NYT .16 .7 25.70 14.15 3482 23.60 25293 24.05 22.90 -.46 +27.6sNewatrTc n Q NEWA 24.43 7.60 234 23.79 1444 25.00 19.50 +3.09 +153.4 NewellRub N NWL .92f 3.6 10 55.08 23.85 4258 25.79 29028 26.45 24.43 +.31 -16.5 NewfldExp N NFX 12 37.43 22.72 4231 24.25 20922 24.95 23.02 -.17 -23.1 NewMarket N NEU 7.00 1.8 21 483.86 373.59 36 398.80 164 413.35 390.87 -2.88 +.4 NewmtM N NEM .56f 1.4 30 42.04 31.42 4107 39.29 20850 39.62 38.60 +.22 +4.7 NewpkRes N NR 10.20 6.58 738 8.70 3075 9.05 7.90 +.60 +1.2 NewsCpA Q NWSA .20 1.3 17.29 12.19 1307 15.50 16463 15.94 15.20 -.30 -4.4 NewsCpB Q NWS .20 1.3 17.70 12.60 294 15.80 1934 16.15 15.50 -.30 -4.8 NewtekBsn Q NEWT 1.72e 9.6 19.40 15.68 55 17.94 412 18.20 17.53 -.13 -3.0 Newtek23 n Q NEWTI 1.56 6.1 25.99 25.00 20 25.50 82 25.77 25.25 +.05 +1.6tNexGen g A NXE 2.85 1.65 637 1.82 2099 2.00 1.65 +.12 -28.9sNexeo Sol Q NXEO 10.97 6.74 238 10.87 1003 11.00 10.42 +.17 +19.5 NexPtCr rs N NHF 2.40m 10.5 25.64 21.30 96 22.96 607 23.15 22.37 -.02 -9.2 NxPtRsT n N NXRT 1.00 3.9 8 29.40 22.84 85 25.63 483 25.78 24.64 +.79 -8.3 NexstarM Q NXST 1.50f 2.3 7 82.95 55.95 459 65.25 2261 67.98 62.90 -1.25 -16.6 NextDec n Q NEXT 20.00 3.95 28 5.79 117 5.85 4.66 +.85 -30.4 NxtEraLP N NEP 1.57f 4.0 13 45.38 31.78 237 39.47 1061 41.27 39.31 -.52 -8.4 NextEra 72 N NEEpI 1.28 5.2 25.48 23.17 9 24.67 100 24.71 24.42 -.04 -1.2 NextEra 73 N NEEpJ 1.25 5.1 25.62 22.88 15 24.62 75 24.75 24.45 -.14 -1.4 NextEra76 N NEEpK 25.99 23.62 27 24.80 155 25.02 24.75 -.11 -3.0 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 84

NxtEra pfQ N NEEpQ 3.19 4.4 73.03 58.64 53 72.42 759 73.03 71.63 -.51 +4.1sNextEraEn N NEE 4.44f 2.7 24 164.71 128.31 1443 162.75 9461 164.71 160.45 -.58 +4.2 NxtEra pfR N NEEpR 58.25 50.84 12 57.85 79 58.16 56.50 +.19 +2.9 NiSource s N NI .78 3.2 30 27.76 22.44 5764 24.25 20818 24.64 23.63 +.34 -5.5 NichFncl h Q NICK 21 11.15 7.59 13 8.98 44 9.25 8.70 -.09 +2.0 NicoletBc n Q NCBS 61.98 45.00 26 53.91 116 55.75 53.15 -1.16 -1.5tNielsen plc N NLSN 1.36 4.3 17 43.61 30.64 1705 31.58 15940 32.41 30.64 -.21 -13.2tNightstTh n Q NITE 24.94 10.05 94 11.70 177 14.73 10.01 -2.61 -10.8 NikeB s N NKE .80 1.2 64 70.25 50.35 9706 67.55 51668 69.78 63.21 +1.11 +8.0 NoahHldgs N NOAH 27 55.50 24.63 80 47.78 768 49.65 46.11 +.57 +3.2 NobilisH n A HLTH 2.10 1.10 238 1.65 882 1.70 1.60 +22.2 NobleCorp N NE .08 2.2 6.36 3.14 4281 3.71 27812 3.87 3.39 -17.9 NobleEngy N NBL .40 1.4 30 35.74 22.99 3247 29.26 18077 30.52 28.59 -1.04 +.4 NobleMid n N NBLX 1.76 11 57.98 41.90 146 44.13 506 47.12 43.41 -2.50 -11.7 NokiaCp N NOK .19e 3.5 6.65 4.51 13610 5.39 57432 5.50 5.32 -.08 +15.7 NomadF n N NOMD 17.32 11.05 733 15.53 4813 15.82 15.35 -.21 -8.2 Nomura N NMR 6.83 5.28 161 5.75 1594 5.87 5.64 -.10 -1.2 Noodles Q NDLS 8.20 3.35 67 7.60 431 7.85 7.20 +.05 +44.8 Norbord n N OSB 1.29 3.4 41.88 27.83 87 38.50 612 39.52 35.37 +2.17 +13.9 NordicAOff N NAO .18 17.1 1.60 .80 28 1.05 559 1.10 1.02 -.05 -12.4 NordicAm N NAT .41e 21.9 8.68 1.82 613 1.87 4891 1.95 1.82 -.07 -24.0 Nordson Q NDSN 1.20 .9 24 151.84 107.16 181 131.38 1289 136.84 130.41 -4.96 -10.3 Nordstrm N JWN 1.48a 3.1 19 54.00 37.79 1309 48.03 6740 50.14 46.71 -.38 +1.4 NorflkSo N NSC 2.88f 2.2 20 157.15 111.07 2299 129.36 12285 136.53 127.79 -6.42 -10.7tNorSys Q NSYS 71 6.24 2.77 3 2.83 22 3.03 2.77 -.18 -26.6 NoAmEn g N NOA .08 5.75 3.70 42 5.60 339 5.75 5.00 +.30 +13.1 NEurO N NRT .66e 8.1 9 9.32 5.94 27 8.10 117 8.61 8.10 -.18 +16.4 NoWestCp N NWE 2.20f 4.1 16 64.47 50.01 347 53.89 1930 54.51 52.43 +.09 -9.7 NorestB Q NBN .04 .2 17 29.95 14.95 19 20.05 75 20.70 19.56 -.45 -13.4 NDynMn g A NAK 2.42 .81 612 .87 3295 .91 .87 -.03 -50.7 NthnO&G A NOG 19 2.97 .63 14842 1.48 21901 2.09 1.47 -.50 -27.8 NthnTech Q NTIC .10e .4 24 27.00 14.95 0 22.70 3 23.00 22.35 -8.3 NorTrst Q NTRS 1.68 1.7 21 110.81 84.93 1201 101.17 5883 105.80 99.90 -1.96 +1.3 NthnTr pfC Q NTRSP 1.46 5.5 27.93 25.00 49 26.59 200 26.77 26.49 -.16 +1.3tNorthfldBc Q NFBK .40 2.6 21 19.08 15.14 51 15.45 424 15.84 15.14 -.16 -9.5 Nthrim Q NRIM .96f 2.8 15 38.15 26.31 14 34.75 50 34.95 33.55 +.20 +2.7sNorthropG N NOC 4.40f 1.3 37 360.88 237.99 1036 351.72 5358 360.88 338.01 +2.60 +14.6 NStREur n N NRE .60 4.6 14.70 10.08 435 13.18 2509 13.39 12.75 +.16 -1.9 NwstBcsh Q NWBI .68f 4.2 17 17.78 14.95 333 16.31 1992 16.69 16.08 -.25 -2.5 NwstNG N NWN 1.88 3.2 69.50 51.50 169 59.00 716 59.45 56.75 +1.35 -1.1 NwstPipe Q NWPX 21.36 12.41 38 19.12 233 19.77 17.23 +1.82 -.1 NorwCruis N NCLH 17 61.48 47.76 2405 53.21 10688 54.68 51.37 +.24 -.1 NorwdFn s Q NWFL .88 3.0 23 35.72 24.33 3 29.36 29 30.56 29.00 -.73 -11.0 NovaLfstyl Q NVFY 3.10 1.06 103 1.70 1605 2.30 1.50 -.46 -29.2 NovaMeas Q NVMI 15 31.88 17.09 57 25.95 480 27.24 25.76 -1.18 +.2 NovaBay rs A NBY 5.00 2.25 1 3.45 14 3.50 3.30 -10.4 NovaGld g A NG 5.00 3.35 1419 4.65 8193 4.72 4.32 +.32 +18.3tNovan n Q NOVN 7.85 2.65 25 2.99 198 3.18 2.65 +.06 -29.1 Novanta Q NOVT 60.30 25.95 121 51.05 618 52.90 50.40 -1.10 +2.1 Novartis N NVS 2.75e 3.4 16 94.19 72.67 1530 80.20 7800 81.58 79.17 -.65 -4.5 Novavax Q NVAX 2.75 .73 4810 2.02 33646 2.24 2.00 -.08 +62.9 Novelion rs Q NVLN 10.97 3.08 40 3.28 271 3.53 3.15 -.22 +5.1 NovoNord N NVO .96e 2.0 58.37 35.70 910 48.57 6529 49.34 48.12 -.68 -9.5 NovoCure n Q NVCR 24.15 9.85 761 19.85 4197 21.73 19.55 -1.95 -1.7 NovumeS n Q NVMM 4.75 3.13 1 3.60 15 3.90 3.20 +.20 -20.4 NovusTher rs Q NVUS 7.65 3.12 17 4.78 202 5.14 4.51 -.26 +17.7 NOW Inc N DNOW 18.37 9.12 1197 10.85 6622 11.22 9.81 +.63 -1.6sNuSkin N NUS 1.47f 2.0 35 75.24 52.88 812 73.10 3140 75.82 71.48 -.61 +7.1 NuCana n Q NCNA 29.75 9.32 618 26.23 871 26.30 18.66 +7.31 +159.4 NuVasive Q NUVA 35 81.68 44.62 705 54.42 4727 55.32 51.57 +2.21 -7.0 NuanceCm Q NUAN 19.93 14.02 1227 15.01 10099 15.75 14.90 -.74 -8.2 Nucor N NUE 1.52f 2.5 24 70.48 51.67 1899 60.69 12224 63.31 58.95 -.40 -4.5 Nush EnhYl N NUAG 24.87 23.72 6 23.86 56 23.86 23.76 -.04 -2.3 NushLCGr N NULG 34.04 26.90 4 31.94 24 32.79 31.36 -.39 +2.4 NushLCVal N NULV 30.70 25.42 3 27.72 17 28.27 27.30 -.42 -3.0 NushMCGr N NUMG 31.52 25.84 1 29.08 20 29.72 28.73 -.51 -1.0 NushMCVal N NUMV 29.85 24.80 1 27.55 12 27.98 27.03 -.24 -2.3 NushSmCap N NUSC 29.93 25.08 5 27.94 58 28.59 27.48 -.37 -1.8 Nus AgBd n N NUBD 25.60 24.23 2 24.36 50 24.37 24.27 +.04 -2.3 NustarEn N NS 4.38 21.9 19 51.89 19.22 688 19.96 3012 20.86 19.57 -.43 -33.4 NustEn pfA N NSpA 2.13 9.3 27.24 21.53 10 23.00 57 23.30 22.75 -.18 -7.4 Nustar pfB N NSpB 1.91 8.8 25.75 20.00 9 21.76 58 21.89 21.49 -.04 -3.9 Nustar pfC N NSpC 26.43 22.39 36 23.31 551 23.69 23.11 -.18 -10.2 NustarGP N NSH 2.18 19.0 28.20 10.40 272 11.45 1558 11.85 11.18 -.10 -27.1 Nustar 43 N NSS 1.91 7.6 26.20 24.55 9 25.15 175 25.27 25.04 -.10 +.6 Nutanix n Q NTNX 55.25 14.38 4517 49.84 18589 52.21 47.15 +.73 +41.3tNutriSyst Q NTRI 1.00f 3.6 15 67.95 26.06 1092 28.05 4376 28.80 26.06 +1.10 -46.7 Nutrien n N NTR .40p 54.35 40.41 845 44.95 8249 47.27 44.04 -2.31 -13.4 Nuvectra Q NVTR 15.00 6.31 155 13.05 790 13.90 12.02 +.03 +68.2 NuvNYVl2 n N NYV 15.50 13.37 5 13.61 13 13.75 13.45 -.02 -5.1 NuvCr22 n N JCO 10.10 9.26 54 9.59 272 9.73 9.32 -.03 +1.1 Nuv Mun21 N NHA 10.96 9.29 8 9.48 74 9.58 9.31 +.14 +.4 NuvHiInO n N NMZ 13.91 12.40 144 12.59 672 12.65 12.43 +.09 -7.5 Nuv Pf22 n N JPT 27.14 23.35 23 24.44 104 24.98 24.25 -.05 -2.7 Nuv 11-21 n N JHB 10.15 9.50 90 9.55 577 9.70 9.54 -.12 -4.1 NuvCA V2 n N NCB 18.40 15.31 13 15.48 42 16.05 15.48 -.55 -8.9 NvHiInDc19 N JHD 10.36 9.72 69 9.80 233 9.86 9.76 -.05 -2.2 Nuv RE In N JRS 11.90 9.39 76 9.76 497 9.87 9.54 +.02 -13.3 NuvMO Pr N NOM 17.58 13.14 15 13.91 19 13.93 13.60 +.29 -.3 NuvAllCEn N JMLP 1.37 18.7 11.51 6.79 38 7.33 337 7.45 6.92 +.26 -14.4tNuvAZ N NAZ .80 6.0 15.43 13.16 21 13.37 132 13.51 13.16 -.10 -5.4 NuvBldAm N NBB 1.34 6.4 22.13 20.25 25 20.84 249 20.86 20.69 +.05 -5.2 NBldAmOp N NBD 1.30 5.9 23.08 21.01 1 22.22 37 22.28 21.95 +.16 -3.6 NCaAMTFr N NKX .86 6.4 16.17 13.44 85 13.57 604 13.60 13.48 +.03 -11.7 NCADvA N NAC .91 6.8 15.58 13.26 497 13.48 1795 13.52 13.35 +.09 -5.8 NCalMunV N NCA .47 5.0 10.70 9.16 63 9.34 558 9.34 9.20 +.01 -8.3tNuvCASel N NXC .63a 4.5 17.32 13.65 6 13.93 74 14.02 13.65 +.03 -6.6 NCTPI N NTC .68a 5.9 12.57 11.38 262 11.60 459 11.64 11.44 +.10 -2.7 NuvCorEqA N JCE 1.21a 8.2 16.19 13.80 53 14.71 308 14.94 14.25 +.11 +.8tNvCredStr N JQC .62 7.8 8.92 7.90 362 7.91 2260 7.98 7.90 -.03 -3.8 NvDvrsDiv N JDD 1.04 8.5 13.25 11.50 266 12.25 651 12.43 11.89 +.14 -.4 NuvDivA N NAD .85a 6.5 14.46 12.92 127 13.15 1479 13.18 13.06 +.01 -6.5 NvDow30DO N DIAX 1.06 5.9 19.49 15.43 109 17.83 664 18.00 17.22 +.06 -5.4 NuEnMLP N JMF 1.35 13.3 14.14 9.65 162 10.11 1139 10.38 9.80 +.13 -11.2 NEnhMuV N NEV .96a 7.2 15.25 13.26 30 13.39 253 13.44 13.29 +.05 -5.7 NuvFloat N JFR .72 6.6 12.04 10.66 104 10.83 594 10.90 10.78 -.06 -3.4 NuvFltOp N JRO .76a 7.0 11.95 10.55 95 10.80 1038 10.94 10.76 -.12 -5.3 NvGADiv2 N NKG .64a 5.5 13.55 11.39 30 11.57 122 11.60 11.48 +.06 -8.0 NuvGblHIn N JGH 1.58 9.8 17.45 15.95 81 16.15 320 16.20 15.96 +.03 -4.5tNuvHi2020 N JHY .68 7.0 10.50 9.67 14 9.76 139 9.86 9.67 -.05 -1.5 NuvHIDec18 N JHA 10.27 9.67 71 9.79 280 9.87 9.78 -1.2 NuvEnhMu N NVG 15.83 14.06 294 14.56 2078 14.64 14.45 +.05 -5.7 NNYAmtF N NRK .70 5.8 13.44 12.01 73 12.16 516 12.22 12.11 -6.2 NuvAmtFr N NEA .75a 5.8 14.18 12.80 435 12.97 1914 13.04 12.93 -.03 -5.7 NuvIntMu N NID .68 5.5 13.77 12.10 52 12.51 503 12.64 12.38 -.05 -3.7 NvIntQMu N NIQ .57 4.5 13.49 12.22 9 12.62 108 12.65 12.54 +.06 -2.0 NMDPI N NMY .67a 5.5 13.27 11.92 22 12.17 150 12.19 12.07 +.07 -3.2 NvMAP N NMT .71a 5.4 15.00 12.81 4 13.14 42 13.18 12.98 +.14 -7.9 NMIQI N NUM .74 5.9 14.05 12.55 17 12.69 159 12.74 12.62 +.02 -4.3 NuvMNMu N NMS .80 5.7 17.04 13.49 5 14.10 43 14.22 13.80 -.06 -4.1 NuvMtgOp N JLS 1.52 6.4 26.33 23.34 20 23.60 113 23.91 23.42 -.15 -4.4 NuMtgOp2 N JMT 1.53 6.7 25.40 22.21 15 22.69 38 22.98 22.62 +.08 -4.4 NuvMultM N JMM .48 6.7 7.77 6.60 16 7.19 99 7.23 7.13 -.02 -5.6 NvMuI N NMI .50a 4.3 13.05 10.77 6 11.47 39 11.66 11.44 -.17 -.8 NuvMuVal N NUV .39a 4.1 10.46 9.32 294 9.47 1773 9.54 9.43 -6.5 Nv AMT-Fr N NUW .78a 4.9 18.59 15.79 16 15.96 179 15.96 15.81 +.03 -7.5 NvNq100Dy Q QQQX 1.48 5.9 27.23 19.58 152 24.92 761 25.55 23.87 +.26 +2.9 NuvNJDiv N NXJ .82a 6.2 14.04 12.98 58 13.11 453 13.13 13.04 +.06 -4.3 NNYDvA N NAN .80a 6.3 14.57 12.49 59 12.70 318 12.80 12.64 +.01 -8.2 NNYMV N NNY .39a 4.2 10.65 9.09 10 9.28 116 9.32 9.18 +.09 -2.3 NuvNYSel N NXN .55 4.3 14.37 12.58 2 12.92 14 13.05 12.75 -.06 -5.2 NNCPI N NNC .59a 4.8 13.67 12.21 14 12.28 146 12.34 12.21 +.01 -4.8 NOHQI N NUO .80 5.8 15.46 13.63 24 13.79 155 13.80 13.69 +.08 -5.8 NvPA N NQP .81a 6.4 13.78 12.36 111 12.60 393 12.65 12.45 +.08 -4.2 NuvPf&Inc N JPI 1.95a 8.2 25.61 23.00 35 23.67 198 24.09 23.54 -.04 -4.4 NvPfdInco N JPC .80 8.0 10.75 9.60 220 10.05 1249 10.06 9.93 +.04 -2.8 NuvQPf2 N JPS .70 7.2 10.47 9.24 295 9.70 2317 9.78 9.59 -.08 -4.9 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.2 19.00 15.75 82 16.25 486 16.50 16.05 +.03 -8.7 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 7.5 14.54 13.00 203 13.35 1425 13.51 13.10 +.03 -6.3 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 5.9 18.85 14.86 62 17.61 517 17.93 16.90 +.50 +1.7 NvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.49 24 9.70 101 9.71 9.59 +.01 -2.6 NSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 7 14.10 84 14.17 14.02 +.08 -3.6 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 3.9 14.33 13.28 12 13.60 81 13.61 13.43 +.13 -2.4 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.8 15.69 14.04 14 14.30 109 14.44 14.18 +.07 -5.9 NuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.4 7.00 6.28 48 6.53 361 6.58 6.52 -.02 +.3 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 6.9 18.41 16.45 23 16.86 117 16.95 16.75 -.03 +1.4 Nv TA Div N JTD 1.23 7.5 18.44 14.85 37 16.51 278 16.70 16.00 +.14 -6.1 NvTxATR N JTA 1.04 8.0 14.69 12.07 43 13.03 326 13.19 12.75 +.02 -6.6 NTXQI N NTX .65 4.9 14.94 12.42 13 13.24 49 13.24 13.11 +.05 -7.7 NVAPI N NPV .65a 5.3 13.46 12.15 24 12.33 124 12.52 12.20 -.03 -3.8 NuverEnv n A NES 26.50 9.25 5 19.99 139 23.00 19.37 -3.14 +10.0 Nvidia Q NVDA .60 .3 52 254.50 95.49 16554 214.25 98337 234.65 213.07 -17.34 +10.7 NxStageMd Q NXTM 30.80 20.45 339 25.52 3120 26.11 24.59 +.66 +5.3 Nxt-ID rs Q NXTD 8.59 1.01 361 1.87 3399 2.23 1.80 -.12 -46.6 NymoxPh Q NYMX 5.10 3.00 106 4.04 497 4.32 3.90 -.19 +22.4O -:O2Micro Q OIIM 2.60 1.32 4 1.37 35 1.40 1.36 +.01 -17.9 OCI Ptrs N OCIP .70e 7.7 57 10.05 6.76 9 9.15 28 9.20 8.95 +13.7 OFG Bncp N OFG .24 2.1 9 12.25 7.80 360 11.45 1295 11.70 10.30 +1.00 +21.8 OFG pfA N OFGpA 1.78 7.5 25.70 21.39 6 23.86 14 23.86 23.02 +.12 -1.1 OFG pfB N OFGpB 1.75 7.5 24.78 20.77 1 23.23 19 23.23 22.35 +.18 +5.3 OFG pfD N OFGpD 1.78 7.5 25.24 21.29 1 23.65 8 23.67 23.21 +.09 +5.4 OFS Cap Q OFS 1.36a 12.4 8 14.58 10.74 20 10.97 161 11.47 10.89 -.25 -7.8 OGE Engy N OGE 1.33 4.1 17 37.32 29.59 1988 32.37 9296 32.98 31.94 -.40 -1.6 OHA Inv Q OHAI .08 5.8 1.68 .85 17 1.38 242 1.45 1.35 -.02 +20.0 ONEGas N OGS 1.84f 2.7 22 79.51 62.20 336 67.77 1328 68.20 65.00 +1.75 -7.5 OP Bancp n Q OPBK 13.05 12.01 18 12.18 401 12.45 12.05 -.27 -2.2 OReillyAu Q ORLY 16 279.23 169.43 657 237.19 4132 247.36 232.34 -10.19 -1.4 OSI Sys Q OSIS 37 96.64 50.50 150 63.04 800 64.99 61.72 -2.23 -2.1 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 23.89 13.15 4 21.71 27 22.69 21.30 -.59 +11.1tOaktreeC N OAK 3.34e 8.5 11 48.50 38.80 460 39.40 1525 39.90 38.80 -.20 -6.4 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .34m 7.8 5.91 3.90 503 4.34 2002 4.39 4.19 +.13 -11.2 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.2 26.75 24.01 2 24.78 9 24.98 24.78 -.18 -1.7 OaktStInco Q OCSI .56m 7.1 10 9.09 7.03 33 7.92 196 8.12 7.84 +.03 -5.7 OasisMid n N OMP 19.65 15.57 55 17.29 286 17.98 17.10 -.42 -.9 OasisPet N OAS 14.62 6.69 10011 7.82 45981 8.29 7.61 -.28 -7.0 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 10 1.35 53 1.38 1.20 +.04 +53.4 ObalonT n Q OBLN 13.18 3.17 21 3.52 168 3.64 3.32 +.09 -46.7 ObsEva n Q OBSV 15.81 5.00 10 13.83 84 15.69 12.53 +.34 +41.7 Obsidian g N OBE 1.70 .82 1434 1.07 8947 1.13 1.00 +.09 -13.7 OcciPet N OXY 3.08 4.6 78.09 57.20 6816 67.53 35959 68.11 63.44 +2.57 -8.3 OceanBio Q OBCI .05e 5.71 3.51 14 3.60 39 4.07 3.60 -.52 -17.1 OceanPw rs Q OPTT 3.67 1.02 678 1.10 1662 1.14 1.06 +.03 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 186.90 20.22 69 24.96 346 26.37 24.26 -.27 -6.9 Oceaneerg N OII .60 3.2 28.21 17.11 1173 18.57 7841 19.59 17.72 +.03 -12.2 OceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.3 16 29.46 24.02 308 26.10 1693 26.89 25.94 -.65 -.6 Och-Ziff N OZM .87e 38.3 25 3.95 2.15 1372 2.27 3908 2.70 2.26 -.40 -9.2 Oclaro Q OCLR 11 10.93 5.61 2769 9.23 18264 9.67 9.20 -.33 +36.9 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.4 31 30.49 24.56 4 28.65 11 29.20 28.31 -.16 -.2 OcularTher Q OCUL 11.79 3.30 443 6.11 1574 6.75 5.93 -.40 +37.3 OcwenFn N OCN 5.56 2.12 1192 4.34 5711 4.43 4.05 +.22 +38.7 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 36 20.96 201 22.42 20.05 -.22 -16.2 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 13.75 2.98 54 8.80 331 9.00 7.82 +.53 +133.4 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 4.9 5 6.26 2.02 6162 2.03 27390 2.19 2.02 -.12 -42.7 OhioValB Q OVBC .84 2.0 26 44.45 28.14 11 41.25 43 43.85 40.75 -.60 +2.1 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .21 184 .22 2230 .24 .22 -88.2 Oi SA C N OIBR/C 9.71 4.76 9 5.87 88 5.99 5.52 -.06 +4.3 OilStates N OIS 34.72 20.23 610 27.50 4665 28.45 25.25 +1.30 -2.8 Oil-Dri N ODC .92f 2.3 20 50.82 33.61 10 39.76 39 40.93 37.76 -.43 -4.2 Okta n Q OKTA 42.89 21.52 807 38.64 7542 40.10 37.85 -1.21 +50.9 OldDomFrt Q ODFL .52f .4 39 152.50 80.56 560 140.84 3199 148.46 139.28 -6.13 +7.1 OldLnBc Q OLBK .32 1.0 22 33.90 26.01 34 32.47 162 33.53 32.26 -.53 +10.3 OldNBcp Q ONB .52 3.1 23 18.88 15.38 854 16.60 4321 17.05 16.36 -.30 -4.9 OldPoint Q OPOF .44 1.7 20 34.82 24.07 7 25.95 27 27.13 25.76 -.43 -12.8 OldRepub N ORI .78f 3.7 18 22.34 17.92 1655 21.31 8707 21.79 20.74 -.14 -.3 OldSecBc Q OSBC .04 .3 17 15.00 10.75 39 13.80 317 14.40 13.45 -.10 +1.1 OlScCTrI pf Q OSBCP .78 7.5 10.70 10.25 10.41 9 10.48 10.40 -.04 -.2 Olin N OLN .80 2.7 9 38.84 27.79 2046 29.50 9694 30.55 28.54 -.89 -17.1 Ollies n Q OLLI 30 62.05 32.55 1207 58.95 8660 60.75 54.70 -1.35 +10.7 OlympStl Q ZEUS .08 .4 12 25.84 15.83 124 20.71 528 21.66 19.75 +.20 -3.6 OmegaFlex Q OFLX .88 1.4 41 76.63 46.07 35 65.04 86 67.77 63.44 -.06 -8.9 OmegaHlt N OHI 2.64f 9.9 10 35.14 24.90 3069 26.59 11258 27.18 25.94 -.45 -3.4 Omeros Q OMER 27.09 8.36 1303 13.58 5803 14.35 10.60 +2.41 -30.1 Ominto hn Q OMNT 15.77 2.57 29 3.17 127 3.27 2.80 +.30 -6.5 Omnicell Q OMCL 55.40 38.00 300 43.95 1047 44.30 41.59 +.55 -9.4 Omnicom N OMC 2.40 3.3 15 86.71 65.32 1274 71.74 9601 72.94 70.31 -.93 -1.5 Omnova N OMN 11.60 8.10 154 10.95 1290 11.25 10.30 +.45 +9.5 OnDeckCap N ONDK 6.36 3.29 404 5.34 2789 5.59 5.00 -.25 -7.0 OnSmcnd Q ON 13 27.10 13.65 5948 23.42 29664 24.74 22.75 -1.04 +11.8 OnTrack Q OTIV 2.94 .93 149 .96 917 1.05 .96 -.03 -29.4 OncoMed Q OMED 9.46 1.74 53 3.08 455 3.44 2.85 -.10 -24.9 Oncobio n Q ONS 2.98 .78 4 .93 163 .96 .91 +.04 -28.5 OncoCyte n A OCX 7.85 1.10 37 2.15 602 2.59 1.85 +.05 -53.8tOnconva rs Q ONTX 3.88 .80 304 .80 943 .92 .78 -.04 -46.9 OncoSec rs Q ONCS 2.95 .88 1377 2.06 8414 2.21 1.86 +.18 +26.8 OneGpHosp Q STKS 3.10 1.32 16 2.58 114 2.78 2.52 -.17 +7.9 OneHorz rs Q OHGI 3.38 .57 194 .73 2879 .90 .66 -.12 -48.0 180 DgrCap Q TURN 2.45 1.39 12 1.85 164 1.88 1.82 -.01 -5.9 OneLibrty N OLP 1.80 7.6 13 27.70 21.02 44 23.62 411 23.84 22.20 +1.52 -8.9tOneStopS n Q OSS 6.25 4.14 14 4.28 121 4.39 4.10 -.12 -12.3 1800Flowrs Q FLWS 22 13.10 7.80 167 12.70 783 12.80 11.58 +.90 +18.7stOneSmart n N ONE 10.95 10.20 451 10.66 2616 10.95 10.20 -2.3 OneMain N OMF 14 36.32 22.04 514 29.52 2896 31.16 28.93 -.42 +13.6 ONEOK N OKE 3.08f 5.4 41 61.36 47.14 2133 56.69 17873 57.60 55.15 -.23 +6.1 Ooma n N OOMA 12.75 7.30 48 11.10 276 11.70 10.20 +.20 -7.1 OpenText s Q OTEX .53 1.5 34 40.31 30.88 340 34.16 2045 35.04 33.59 -.64 -4.2sOpesAcq n Q OPES 9.79 9.68 1 9.88 883 9.88 9.68 +.19 +2.1 OpesAcq un Q OPESU 10.14 10.01 30 10.04 566 10.10 10.01 -.01 +.2tOpGen n rs Q OPGN 31.25 1.62 113 1.91 568 2.01 1.62 +.23 -59.1 Ophthotech Q OPHT 1 3.72 2.24 202 2.69 691 2.75 2.61 -.05 -13.8 OpiantPh n Q OPNT 51.90 17.01 88 20.59 207 21.10 18.74 +1.41 -10.4 OpkoHlth Q OPK 8.04 2.66 3196 3.07 19801 3.32 2.91 -.10 -37.3 OppLgCap N RWL .72e 1.5 55.31 44.65 62 49.39 381 50.51 48.22 -.43 -3.9 OppMidCap N RWK .59e .7 64.10 53.65 11 58.12 84 59.49 56.83 -.82 -4.3 OppSmCap N RWJ .59e .9 73.30 60.34 15 68.33 126 69.40 65.62 +.52 -2.2 OppUltDiv N RDIV 1.15e 3.3 37.95 32.12 106 35.26 627 35.77 34.35 +.18 -3.6 Op R1000D n N OMFL 27.47 24.74 0 25.83 32 26.12 25.19 +.12 -1.0 OpIntRev n N REFA 30.89 25.65 0 27.55 4 27.58 27.14 +.35 -1.1 OpGlbRv n N RGLB 30.09 25.62 0 27.37 3 27.60 27.11 -.24 -1.9 Opp Rev n N ESGL 33.09 27.62 1 29.89 4 30.45 29.22 -.11 -3.8 OppenFin N RWW .58e .9 74.63 57.06 2 66.04 11 69.56 65.08 -1.56 -4.3 OppenHldg N OPY .44 1.7 29.05 15.10 45 25.70 260 26.45 24.30 -.05 -4.1 OptiNose n Q OPTN 30 25.24 15.01 247 19.30 551 20.97 18.47 -.72 +2.1 OptCable Q OCC .08 2.9 3.35 2.13 2 2.80 17 3.00 2.75 -.20 +16.3 OptimB rs Q OPHC 13.96 1.85 60 4.73 73 5.16 4.15 +.50 +.6 OpusBank Q OPB .10e .4 38 30.95 18.75 189 27.85 839 29.05 27.45 -.15 +2.0 Oracle N ORCL .76 1.7 55 53.48 43.60 13859 44.83 78050 46.18 44.04 -.92 -5.2 OramedPh Q ORMP 11.34 6.13 7 7.05 99 7.15 6.15 +.54 -21.7 Orange N ORAN .41e 2.4 18.57 14.94 298 17.14 1676 17.30 16.77 +.06 -1.5 OraSure Q OSUR 33 23.01 12.03 855 16.72 3048 17.23 16.30 -.17 -11.3tOrbcomm Q ORBC 11.99 8.71 1511 8.85 4285 9.45 8.63 -.52 -13.1 OrbitATK N OA 1.28 1.0 23 134.59 93.50 696 132.67 2273 133.21 132.48 +.06 +.9 Orbotch Q ORBK 25 65.75 30.25 302 61.00 2367 62.57 60.31 -1.18 +21.4 OrchidIsl N ORC 1.08e 14.5 39 11.13 6.77 593 7.47 2656 7.55 7.29 +.10 -19.5tOrchidsPP A TIS 1.40 17.5 13 26.14 7.25 113 8.01 630 8.53 7.25 -.14 -37.4tOrganovo Q ONVO 3.19 .91 854 .96 6200 1.03 .91 -.07 -28.1tOrgenesis n Q ORGS 16.80 9.50 21 10.14 123 11.50 9.50 -.18 -26.8 OrientPap A ONP 4 2.45 .75 5 1.19 81 1.19 1.06 +.01 -7.8tOriginAg Q SEED 2.35 .65 456 .68 3500 .82 .64 -.09 -20.2tOrionEngy Q OESX 2.05 .73 111 .80 547 .86 .70 -.06 -9.7 OrionECarb N OEC .72 30.25 17.15 389 26.45 1915 27.20 26.10 -.65 +3.3 OrionGpHl N ORN 8.61 5.17 85 6.29 560 6.73 6.23 -.30 -19.7 Oritani Q ORIT 1.00f 6.5 11 17.75 15.05 122 15.30 658 15.55 15.05 -.05 -6.7 Orix N IX 100.03 74.90 47 86.19 212 88.25 85.78 -3.67 +1.7 OrmatTc N ORA .47 .8 33 70.68 53.45 259 55.79 994 57.77 55.53 -.59 -12.8 OrrstownF Q ORRF .48 2.0 18 26.95 19.05 21 24.00 102 24.40 23.60 -.15 -5.0tOrthoPed n Q KIDS 23.00 14.00 22 16.34 244 17.02 14.00 +1.28 -14.9 Orthofix Q OFIX 61.00 36.10 114 57.85 712 59.69 56.40 -.93 +5.8 OshRusS n N OUSM 27.78 24.76 26 25.91 140 26.32 25.31 -.05 -4.2 OshIntQ n N ONTL 29.06 25.13 2 26.69 13 27.15 26.19 +.02 -3.4 OshkoshCp N OSK .96 1.3 17 100.26 61.74 326 76.02 3410 79.49 74.07 -1.25 -16.4tOsiskoGl n N OR .20 14.39 9.31 344 9.66 2921 9.97 9.31 -.01 -16.4 OssenInn rs Q OSN 14 8.90 1.50 13 2.16 229 2.61 1.96 -.22 -25.0 Otelco Q OTEL 10 17.75 6.50 22 15.90 44 16.00 14.65 +1.00 +19.1 Otonomy Q OTIC 21.15 2.80 387 4.05 1873 4.30 3.85 -.15 -27.0 OttawaBc n Q OTTW .20f 1.5 14.99 12.81 4 13.72 13 13.90 13.67 -5.0 OtterTail Q OTTR 1.34f 3.1 24 48.65 36.45 81 43.55 521 44.10 42.30 +.20 -2.0tOutfrontM N OUT 1.44 7.8 10 26.87 17.75 2398 18.47 8511 18.90 17.75 -.27 -20.4tOvaScience Q OVAS 1.96 .71 86 .78 2316 .82 .71 -.03 -44.3 OverSh rs N OSG 3.90 1.67 789 2.96 5409 3.16 2.76 +.12 +8.0 Overstk Q OSTK 89.80 13.75 2433 35.85 15142 37.25 30.75 -.40 -43.9 Ovid Th n Q OVID 15.93 5.28 157 7.99 1330 8.40 5.69 +.92 -19.0 OwensMin N OMI 1.04f 6.6 10 34.97 14.26 505 15.84 3662 15.99 14.86 +.29 -16.1 OwensCorn N OC .84 1.0 25 96.52 59.26 1156 80.89 5932 82.73 77.84 +.49 -12.0 OwensIll N OI 21 25.90 19.86 1474 21.00 6102 21.90 20.78 -.66 -5.3 OwensRM A ORM .40 2.7 10 18.72 13.71 24 14.63 129 14.91 14.55 +.05 -8.6 Oxbridge Q OXBR .48 21.3 4 6.68 1.85 5 2.25 54 2.35 2.20 -.00 +4.7 OxfordImm Q OXFD 19.51 10.00 283 13.10 1084 13.30 12.21 +.65 -6.2 OxfordInds N OXM 1.36f 1.8 19 84.32 52.54 196 75.45 1028 78.01 72.01 +.89 +.3 OxfordLn Q OXLC 1.62 15.6 11.25 9.11 155 10.37 941 10.42 10.13 +.24 +3.2 Oxford 23pf Q OXLCO 1.88 7.4 25.74 25.14 0 25.47 24 25.49 25.14 +.10 +.3 OxfrLn24 pf Q OXLCM 1.69 6.7 25.75 24.86 25.40 13 25.75 25.35 -.10 +.8 OxfSqCap Q OXSQ .80 12.9 5 7.56 5.15 110 6.22 1172 6.33 6.03 +.11 +8.4P-Q:P&F Inds Q PFIN .20 2.5 8.63 5.60 8.03 12 8.03 7.58 +.27 -4.2 PAM Q PTSI 30 43.20 14.50 38 37.17 220 37.89 34.22 +.82 +8.0 PB Bncp Q PBBI .20 1.9 11.10 10.00 1 10.45 29 10.55 10.25 -.10 -2.8 PBF Engy N PBF 1.20 3.4 11 37.01 18.48 1892 34.93 10195 35.75 32.47 +1.03 -1.5 PBF Logist N PBFX 1.88f 9.9 9 22.30 17.75 27 18.95 202 19.23 18.25 +.50 -9.5 PC Cnnctn Q CNXN .34e 14 30.48 22.66 49 26.21 282 26.88 25.01 +1.21 PC-Tel Q PCTI .22 3.1 8.48 5.65 43 7.02 154 7.35 6.87 -.16 -4.7 PCM Fund N PCM .96 8.3 12.13 10.15 26 11.55 327 11.60 11.20 +.23 -.2 PCM Inc Q PCMI 41 31.20 6.90 153 8.20 851 8.60 7.55 -.10 -17.2 PCSB Fn n Q PCSB 22.34 15.76 29 20.67 237 21.13 20.22 -.31 +8.5 PDC Engy Q PDCE 65.99 36.74 1137 45.53 5453 49.01 43.85 -3.50 -11.7 PDF Sol Q PDFS 28 23.93 11.07 141 11.17 679 11.65 11.10 -.49 -28.9 PDL Bio Q PDLI .20 6.6 5 3.55 2.00 1105 3.02 7056 3.10 2.85 +.08 +10.2tPDL Cmt n Q PDLB 16.95 14.47 33 14.79 85 14.80 14.47 +.14 -2.6 PG&E Cp N PCG 2.12f 4.8 7 71.57 37.30 4021 43.97 14847 44.49 42.82 +.04 -1.9 PGT Inc N PGTI 24 19.60 10.10 295 18.75 1640 19.15 18.05 +.10 +11.3 PHH Corp N PHH 15.00 8.01 336 10.61 1812 10.75 10.45 +.15 +3.0 PHI vtg Q PHII 13.24 9.01 10.78 12 10.99 10.21 +.60 -7.8 PHI nv Q PHIIK .20 1.9 13.25 8.09 41 10.32 190 10.46 9.68 +.08 -10.8 PICO Hld s Q PICO 5.00e 14.57 9.63 113 11.30 565 11.70 10.95 -.15 -11.7 PIMCO1-3Tr N TUZ .34a .7 50.81 49.98 2 50.03 29 50.08 50.01 -.04 -.5 Pimc1-5Tip N STPZ .53e 1.0 52.82 51.50 192 51.87 1196 51.91 51.78 -.12 -.2 Pim15TIPS N LTPZ .42e .6 69.37 64.21 11 66.74 108 67.22 65.98 -.38 -3.6 PimBrdTIPS N TIPZ .80e 1.4 61.03 55.96 1 57.47 14 57.58 57.29 -.19 -1.3tPimLwDur N LDUR 2.82e 2.0 101.52 99.40 7 99.72 56 99.73 99.40 -.24 -.6 PimcoTR N BOND 6.13e 5.9 107.65 103.24 87 103.71 424 103.99 103.47 -.52 -2.2 Pim0-5HYCp N HYS 5.21e 5.2 101.95 97.52 1311 99.38 4374 99.65 98.87 -.28 -1.1 PimIGBd N CORP 3.12a 3.1 106.25 101.38 42 102.10 211 102.18 101.56 -.17 -3.4tPimShMat N MINT .82e .8 101.87 101.39 1490 101.47 7628 101.48 101.39 -.08 -.1tPimIntMu N MUNI 1.26 2.4 54.58 52.53 25 52.68 91 52.81 52.53 -.11 -1.8 PimSTMun N SMMU .47e .9 50.80 49.65 3 49.75 11 49.85 49.66 +.03 -.2 Pim25yrZro N ZROZ 3.07e 2.7 124.10 106.57 7 112.70 67 114.83 110.75 -2.26 -7.2sPJT Part n N PJT .20 .4 54.00 32.61 212 53.05 1266 54.01 49.07 +2.95 +16.3 PLDT Inc N PHI 1.60e 5.6 38.54 26.97 41 28.47 291 29.06 27.75 +.10 -5.4 PLX Phr rs Q PLXP 11.20 3.20 9 3.45 32 3.60 3.20 +.10 -50.1 PNC pfP N PNCpP 1.65 5.9 30.06 26.97 44 28.02 260 28.23 27.91 -.05 -1.0 PNC pfQ N PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 25.79 24.15 12 25.22 59 25.22 25.01 +.13 -.5 PNC N PNC 3.00 2.0 14 163.59 115.45 2067 147.95 10836 154.58 146.02 -3.29 +2.5 PNM Res N PNM 1.06 2.8 19 46.00 33.75 433 37.95 2841 38.60 37.38 -.30 -6.2 POSCO N PKX 93.12 56.48 243 74.61 1079 78.49 73.85 -4.24 -4.5 PPDAI n N PPDF 13.68 6.53 361 7.08 1454 7.40 7.01 -.37 -.4 PPG s N PPG 1.80 1.6 19 122.07 100.45 1673 109.39 8273 112.30 107.04 -2.21 -6.4 PPL Cap 73 N PPX 1.48 5.8 26.75 24.83 10 25.34 61 25.34 25.22 +.05 -1.0 PPL Corp N PPL 1.64f 5.9 12 40.20 27.08 5643 27.93 30693 28.75 27.36 -.36 -9.8 PQ GrpH n N PQG 28 17.65 12.88 115 13.80 812 14.54 13.54 -.17 -16.1 PRA Grp Q PRAA 30 40.55 25.72 231 37.55 1422 38.80 36.75 -.45 +13.1 PRA Hlth Q PRAH 58 95.90 61.93 367 81.38 2123 83.87 80.02 -1.58 -10.6sPRGX Glbl Q PRGX 9.80 5.40 187 9.70 461 9.90 8.65 +.25 +36.6 PS BusPk N PSB 3.40 3.0 29 137.60 107.91 85 113.68 477 115.49 109.94 +.64 -9.1 PSBPk pfU N PSBpU 1.44 5.8 25.99 24.36 46 24.70 81 24.83 24.56 -.02 -2.2 PSBPk pfV N PSBpV 1.42 5.8 26.65 24.06 0 24.71 60 24.99 24.71 -.24 -2.3 PS BusP pfY N PSBpY 24.78 22.42 40 22.76 148 23.19 22.65 -.28 -7.5 PS BusP pfX N PSBpX 1.31 5.7 25.50 22.74 14 23.16 92 23.51 23.03 -.15 -8.3 PS BsPk pfW N PSBpW 25.77 22.79 5 23.61 78 24.09 23.52 -.16 -6.5 PTC Inc Q PTC 81.72 51.00 1068 76.94 7500 79.86 74.77 -1.07 +26.6 PTC Thera Q PTCT 33.22 9.41 528 25.70 4808 27.31 24.60 -1.36 +54.1sPVH Corp N PVH .15 .1 20 160.22 96.85 1240 156.73 6866 160.22 149.81 +5.30 +14.2 PacWstBc Q PACW 2.00 4.2 16 54.86 43.08 876 47.71 4549 49.89 46.99 -1.82 -5.3 Paccar Q PCAR 1.00 1.5 14 79.69 61.93 2264 66.26 14970 69.03 63.35 +.09 -6.8 PcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.73 24.92 133 27.95 1853 28.68 27.41 -.41 -2.4 PcrTrnd450 N PTMC 32.86 27.25 60 30.42 610 31.35 29.89 -.44 -2.2 PcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 33.90 25.24 25 30.39 220 31.43 29.85 -.71 +.5 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 42 30.37 228 30.82 29.77 -.18 -3.5 PacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 25.50 86 30.13 477 31.33 30.05 +.05 -1.9 Pacr Wlth n N PWS 27.67 23.99 62 25.02 242 25.06 24.98 -.02 -.8 Pac Cash n N CALF 27.16 22.60 26.60 7 26.71 25.57 +.24 +1.9 PacDvCsh n N ICOW 31.03 25.13 7 28.86 73 29.03 28.28 -.11 -1.6tPacBiosci Q PACB 5.70 2.02 754 2.45 4558 2.47 2.02 +.40 -7.2 PacifCstOil N ROYT .15e 7.1 5 2.75 1.36 131 2.06 685 2.17 2.00 -.03 +6.2 PacEthanol Q PEIX 7.50 2.75 673 2.95 2591 3.15 2.81 -.05 -35.2 PacGE pfA A PCGpA 1.50 6.0 33.50 21.19 1 25.20 35 25.83 25.02 -.63 -10.6tPacGE pfB A PCGpB 1.37 5.9 33.00 23.00 0 23.16 10 24.16 23.00 -1.14 -10.4tPacGE pfC A PCGpC 1.25 5.8 29.01 21.02 1 21.45 11 21.99 21.02 -.76 -12.8 PacGE pfD A PCGpD 1.25 5.8 26.95 20.94 1 21.60 9 21.96 21.11 -.39 -10.6 PacGE pfE A PCGpE 1.25 5.9 29.48 20.75 3 21.25 9 21.76 21.25 -.25 -13.8 PacGE pfG A PCGpG 1.20 5.8 32.05 19.49 0 20.54 3 20.60 20.10 -.08 -16.4 PacGE pfH A PCGpH 1.12 5.9 29.54 18.65 1 19.22 9 19.75 19.10 -.53 -16.7 PacGE pfI A PCGpI 1.09 5.5 26.84 19.21 0 19.65 3 19.98 19.27 -.20 -12.9 PacMerc Q PMBC 27 9.90 6.85 25 9.60 82 9.70 9.15 +.05 +9.7 PacPreBc Q PPBI 26 46.05 32.05 577 40.20 2457 41.05 38.98 +.5tPaciraPhm Q PCRX 52.48 26.95 8803 33.30 14190 38.40 26.95 +2.15 -27.1 PackAmer N PKG 2.52 2.3 19 131.13 89.73 578 110.14 3678 114.38 107.96 -2.56 -8.6 Pagsegur n N PAGS 39.97 30.69 1304 35.71 11591 39.17 35.23 -2.61 +12.6 PainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 3.10 43 7.38 260 7.69 6.56 +.29 +84.5sPalatinTch A PTN 1.23 .29 4787 1.23 12411 1.30 1.08 +.14 +43.2sPaloAltNet N PANW 197.20 107.37 2020 193.84 10239 197.20 177.60 +12.32 +33.7 PampaEng N PAM 72.98 50.88 84 59.60 793 60.52 56.70 -11.4 PanASlv Q PAAS .14f .9 20 19.56 13.99 655 15.88 3909 16.46 15.70 -.27 +2.1 Pandora N P 11.47 4.09 6175 4.77 41960 5.11 4.59 -.26 -1.0 PangaeaL Q PANL 1 8.40 2.13 74 2.73 158 3.00 2.35 +.08 -25.8 PanhO&G N PHX .16 .8 96 25.30 17.65 33 19.20 120 20.20 18.40 -.10 -6.6 PapaJohns Q PZZA .90 1.4 23 85.20 54.00 681 62.12 4516 63.54 56.99 +4.82 +10.7 PapaMurph Q FRSH 6.80 3.50 101 5.01 198 5.19 4.80 +.15 -6.9sParTech N PAR 33 14.87 7.20 46 13.60 839 14.87 12.81 -.49 +45.5 ParaGold n A PZG 3 1.83 1.16 11 1.44 100 1.46 1.41 +.03 +10.8 ParamtGp N PGRE .40f 2.9 17.25 13.70 1483 13.98 7127 14.51 13.96 -.26 -11.8 ParatekPh Q PRTK 29.00 11.85 420 13.05 2407 13.55 12.80 +.05 -27.1 Paretem rs A TEUM 3.59 .50 1442 2.29 11957 2.45 1.95 -.15 +10.6 ParkCity Q PCYG 42 15.00 8.10 14 8.85 244 9.30 8.30 +.10 -7.3 ParkEl N PKE .40 2.3 40 20.46 13.88 89 17.05 649 17.38 16.45 +.31 ParkHot n N PK 2.20f 8.2 29.93 23.91 1102 26.88 8133 27.47 26.68 -.14 -6.5 ParkNatl A PRK 3.76 3.6 19 116.75 92.42 31 103.15 206 105.40 101.00 -.61 -.8 ParkOh Q PKOH .50 1.3 17 47.90 34.33 18 38.05 120 39.90 37.08 -.80 -17.2 ParkeBcp Q PKBK .48 2.3 13 23.00 11.00 15 20.80 110 21.14 20.50 +1.2tParkDrl N PKD 1.80 .53 1259 .53 7033 .64 .53 -.11 -47.5 ParkerHan N PH 2.64 1.6 21 212.80 151.17 1392 167.44 5783 173.97 163.81 -3.59 -16.1 ParkrVs rs Q PRKR 2.72 .76 92 .80 580 .81 .77 -24.5 ParsleyEn N PE 45 32.90 21.12 7056 26.95 36642 28.90 26.20 -2.04 -8.5tPrtnrCm Q PTNR 18 6.60 4.01 4.13 24 4.48 4.01 -.46 -32.9 PartRe pfF N PREpF 1.47 5.8 26.24 24.70 1 25.19 6 25.34 25.18 -.04 -1.6 PartRe pfG N PREpG 1.63 6.2 27.59 25.81 2 26.42 12 26.79 26.40 -.01 -1.6 PartRe pfH N PREpH 1.81 6.5 30.82 26.81 24 27.66 196 27.84 27.39 -.14 -3.5 PartRe pfI N PREpI 1.47 5.7 27.08 24.91 2 25.58 12 25.81 25.52 -.13 -2.6 PartyCity n N PRTY 14 17.05 9.50 603 15.50 3843 15.85 14.55 -.10 +11.1 PathfdBcp Q PBHC .24f 1.5 23 16.64 14.50 4 15.80 6 15.81 15.18 +.35 +2.6 PatrkInd s Q PATK 23 72.35 40.07 190 60.70 1107 62.80 58.95 -1.15 -12.6 PatrNBc rs Q PNBK .04 .2 30 21.00 14.60 3 18.90 5 19.05 18.55 -.50 +5.9 PatriotTr n Q PATI 12 23.56 16.72 0 18.53 6 19.27 18.53 -.47 +6.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 85

PatternEn Q PEGI 1.68 9.8 26.56 16.58 859 17.16 4892 17.75 16.78 -.13 -20.1tPatterson Q PDCO 1.04 4.6 13 48.30 21.09 3678 22.85 14043 23.06 21.09 +.62 -36.8 PattUTI Q PTEN .08 .5 25.75 14.83 2575 17.56 14589 18.09 16.61 +.05 -23.7 Pavmed n Q PAVM 9.31 1.35 10 1.65 316 1.75 1.55 +.01 -27.7 Paychex Q PAYX 2.00 3.3 24 73.10 54.20 1763 60.72 12001 62.45 59.65 -.87 -10.8 PaycomSft N PAYC 115.48 57.24 579 107.18 3096 110.13 101.55 -.21 +33.4 Paylocity Q PCTY 57.16 37.60 221 51.06 916 52.58 47.29 -.17 +8.3 PayData rs Q PYDS 4.10 1.17 52 1.71 610 1.94 1.60 -.10 -32.4 PayPal n Q PYPL 50 86.32 42.06 8172 73.86 48074 77.82 72.52 -2.01 +.3 pdvWirelss Q PDVW 39.75 20.23 11 30.05 94 32.30 28.00 +.20 -6.4 PeabodyE n N BTU .12p 41.98 22.58 1116 35.87 4654 38.04 35.56 -.63 -8.9 PeakRsts Q SKIS .28 5.7 6.10 4.00 4 4.93 39 4.95 4.70 +.08 -8.8 PeapkGl Q PGC .20 .6 19 38.00 28.59 65 33.30 335 34.87 32.77 -.09 -4.9 Pearson N PSO .80e 7.7 10.80 7.62 406 10.36 1798 10.54 10.21 +5.5 Pebblebrk N PEB 1.52 4.5 19 39.74 28.62 529 33.81 3452 34.64 33.36 -.54 -9.0tPebble pfC N PEBpC 1.63 6.7 26.05 23.93 11 24.42 42 24.59 23.93 +.02 -3.4 Pebbleb pfD N PEBpD 2.09 8.5 26.99 24.15 3 24.57 31 24.94 24.32 -.13 -4.6 Pedevco rs A PED 1.69 .26 135 .31 2095 .39 .29 +.01 -3.1 Pegasyst Q PEGA .12 .2 64.85 42.75 201 61.15 1389 62.75 59.20 +.50 +29.7tPembina g N PBA 1.50 23 36.99 29.28 548 30.53 3489 31.14 29.28 -.70 -15.6 PengthE g N PGH .04 1.23 .54 200 .70 1969 .72 .60 +.06 -12.2 PnnNtGm Q PENN 49 33.30 17.56 1524 26.28 7266 26.75 24.78 +.02 -16.1 PennVa n Q PVAC 50.00 31.00 80 34.75 568 35.78 32.91 -.29 -11.1 PennantPk Q PNNT .72 10.6 8 8.20 6.29 286 6.81 1717 6.91 6.66 +.13 -1.4 PenPkFR Q PFLT 1.14 8.6 12 14.65 12.00 75 13.22 471 13.38 12.99 +.13 -3.6 Penney N JCP 9 6.17 2.35 18798 3.21 89156 3.42 2.88 +.19 +1.6 PennsWd Q PWOD 1.88 4.5 16 50.00 38.12 4 41.71 24 42.84 40.90 -.60 -10.5 PennaRE N PEI .84 8.5 13 15.34 9.20 1371 9.94 4224 10.08 9.35 +.29 -16.4 PenRE pfB N PEIpB 1.84 8.7 25.83 20.21 9 21.25 31 21.40 20.50 -15.6 PenRE pfC N PEIpC 1.80 8.7 27.78 19.44 19 20.73 102 20.96 19.93 -.01 -20.0 PenRE pfD N PEIpD 1.72 8.6 25.83 19.01 15 19.99 77 20.23 19.05 -.01 -20.4 PennyMFn N PFSI 8 25.20 15.65 186 23.15 984 23.70 22.05 +.50 +3.6 PennyMac N PMT 1.88 10.4 19 18.46 14.87 379 18.14 2458 18.23 17.79 +.11 +12.9 Penny pfA N PMTpA 2.03 7.9 25.84 23.11 12 25.59 37 25.59 25.22 +.13 +1.4 PennyM pfB N PMTpB 25.45 23.68 14 25.00 87 25.10 24.89 -.03 -.7 PensarAc n Q WRLS 10.17 7.75 0 9.74 40 9.84 9.72 +.02 +.7 PensrAc rt Q WRLSR .55 .31 250 .48 501 .50 .47 -.02 -4.0 PensarA un Q WRLSU 11.48 10.02 0 10.43 20 10.44 10.40 +1.1 Penske N PAG 1.36f 3.2 10 54.83 38.33 272 42.99 2870 44.32 41.74 -1.34 -10.2 Pentair N PNR 1.38 2.0 21 74.84 59.13 888 68.08 6492 70.62 66.19 -.05 -3.6 Penumbra n N PEN 127.40 77.75 186 120.60 1547 123.10 111.15 +4.95 +28.2 PeopUtdF Q PBCT .69 3.8 20 20.26 15.97 4548 18.39 18269 18.96 18.09 -.27 -1.7 PeopUtd pf Q PBCTP 1.41 5.4 29.36 25.00 8 25.99 79 26.17 25.88 -.15 -8.2 PeBcOH Q PEBO 1.04f 3.0 17 36.99 29.55 28 35.08 185 35.91 34.29 -.37 +7.5 PeopBNC Q PEBK .52f 1.7 18 36.12 19.65 4 30.40 37 31.69 29.15 -.32 -.9 PeopFSvc Q PFIS 1.28 2.9 16 51.56 39.00 3 43.72 24 45.94 43.63 -1.93 -6.1 PeopUtah n Q PUB .36 1.1 29 33.90 24.63 23 31.90 133 32.50 30.45 -.40 +5.3 PepsiCo Q PEP 3.22 2.9 22 122.51 105.94 3510 109.30 24031 111.18 106.44 +.15 -8.9 Percptr Q PRCP .15 1.7 53 10.81 6.80 7 9.04 64 9.48 8.51 +.29 -6.8 Perficient Q PRFT 44 24.30 16.20 171 22.88 1067 23.56 22.20 -.04 +20.0 PerfFood n N PFGC 20 35.25 23.25 1256 29.90 4425 30.30 28.85 +.05 -9.7 Performnt Q PFMT 3.52 1.52 60 3.14 119 3.20 2.90 +.14 +90.3tPerionNwk Q PERI 2.06 .72 146 .79 341 .82 .72 -.01 -23.3 PerkElm N PKI .28 .4 25 84.49 56.21 510 73.20 4049 76.56 72.76 -2.52 +.1sPermaFix Q PESI 4.39 2.95 8 4.35 47 4.39 4.20 +.20 +19.2 PermaPip Q PPIH 9.40 7.35 10 9.00 36 9.10 8.75 -.10 Prmian N PBT .56e 5.9 26 10.30 7.80 81 9.49 543 9.68 9.41 -.16 +7.0 PernixT rs Q PTX 7.15 2.00 56 2.53 346 2.59 2.27 +.14 +5.4 Perrigo N PRGO .76f .9 95.93 63.68 1150 81.99 5404 84.94 80.34 -1.35 -5.9sPerryEllis Q PERY 7 27.30 16.35 76 27.09 367 28.00 25.38 +1.29 +8.2tPershGld rs Q PGLC 3.31 1.86 61 1.97 404 2.11 1.86 -.08 -17.9 PetIQ n Q PETQ 28.23 17.03 430 23.23 3988 26.84 22.02 -3.37 +6.4 PetMed Q PETS 1.00f 2.4 28 57.80 20.10 382 41.19 2085 42.35 39.18 -.56 -9.5 PetChina N PTR .70e 1.0 82.33 60.69 61 67.85 497 70.46 66.95 -1.89 -3.0 PetroArg N PZE .07e 14.80 10.35 4 11.94 70 11.94 11.50 +.14 -12.1 PetrbrsA N PBR/A 13.92 6.96 6023 12.63 36166 13.01 12.01 -.36 +28.5 Petrobras N PBR 14.93 7.61 17084 13.92 71575 14.37 13.18 -.22 +35.3tPtroqstE rs N PQ 2.93 .48 502 .54 4901 .64 .48 -.04 -71.2 Pfenex A PFNX 6.77 2.07 70 5.40 566 5.99 5.18 -.60 +103.0 Pfizer N PFE 1.28 3.6 14 39.43 31.67 20653 35.17 127940 36.23 34.76 -.32 -2.9 PFSweb Q PFSW 9.06 5.83 48 8.85 152 8.90 8.37 +.11 +19.1 PhlpsSelEn N DSE 1.26 24.0 7.99 4.89 75 5.25 543 5.32 5.01 +.11 -10.3sPhibroAH Q PAHC .40 1.0 27 41.05 26.70 111 41.55 419 41.65 38.45 +1.85 +24.0 PhilipMor N PM 4.28 4.2 21 123.55 95.51 4992 101.02 25390 102.41 97.31 +1.62 -4.4 PhilipsNV N PHG .88e 2.3 42.35 31.40 1108 38.35 5329 38.90 36.98 +.04 +1.5 Phillips66 N PSX 2.80 2.9 22 107.47 75.14 2587 96.97 10574 98.26 92.68 +1.05 -4.1 Phill66LP N PSXP 2.71f 5.7 20 56.48 44.40 183 47.63 661 48.94 46.50 -.15 -9.0 PhxNMda N FENG 71 8.14 2.43 123 4.26 1363 4.44 4.09 -.09 -34.4 PhotrIn Q PLAB 48 11.75 7.20 362 8.10 1737 8.40 7.80 -.15 -5.0 PhysRltTr N DOC .92f 6.0 26 21.85 14.13 1002 15.36 5988 15.57 14.80 +.02 -13.5 PiedmOfc N PDM .84 4.8 8 22.74 16.69 1645 17.66 7413 17.92 17.33 +.07 -9.9 Pier 1 N PIR .28 8.2 10 7.45 2.87 1065 3.43 7653 3.53 3.11 +.21 -17.1 PierisPhm Q PIRS 9.75 2.26 342 6.33 2704 6.87 6.25 -.49 -16.2 PilgrimsP Q PPC 11 38.39 20.28 1103 23.72 7976 25.10 23.30 -.89 -23.6 PimUS Eq n N MFUS 29.49 25.01 6 26.91 75 27.64 26.47 -.46 -2.5 Pim IntEq n N MFDX 28.41 25.32 5 26.20 27 26.99 25.87 -.24 -2.0 PimEmMkt N MFEM 28.32 24.30 8 25.92 59 26.50 25.70 -.58 -1.0 PimcoCA N PCQ .92 6.2 17.89 14.43 65 14.80 365 14.85 14.69 +.08 -14.3 PimcoCA2 N PCK .65 7.8 10.42 8.04 27 8.25 307 8.33 8.19 +.02 -18.8 PimcCA3 N PZC .72 7.5 12.97 9.55 22 9.64 211 9.72 9.58 -.01 -7.7 PimcoCp&I N PCN 1.35 8.0 17.95 15.84 77 16.86 459 16.93 16.45 +.29 -2.0sPimCpOp N PTY 1.56a 9.1 17.25 15.69 233 17.20 1668 17.25 16.80 +.28 +4.5 PimDyCrd N PCI 1.97 8.4 23.45 21.39 478 23.35 3326 23.45 22.89 +.47 +4.1sPimDyInco N PDI 2.65a 8.4 31.42 28.60 209 31.40 1391 31.42 30.82 +.56 +4.5 PimcIncStr N PFL 1.08 9.1 12.44 11.15 62 11.85 341 11.89 11.66 +.16 +1.5 PimIncStr2 N PFN .96 9.2 10.89 10.00 133 10.47 1322 10.48 10.34 +.04 +.4 PimStPls N PGP 2.20 16.3 19.85 12.37 42 13.46 369 13.68 13.14 +.03 -12.5 PimcoHiI N PHK 1.24 15.9 8.96 7.19 720 7.82 3204 7.83 7.55 +.24 +4.8 PimIncOpp N PKO 2.28a 8.4 27.27 24.50 51 27.00 290 27.10 25.95 +.83 +4.2 PimcoMuni N PMF .98 7.8 14.23 12.29 65 12.58 303 12.68 12.50 +.05 -3.2 PimcoMu2 N PML .78 6.1 13.56 11.80 92 12.78 580 12.81 12.51 +.17 -3.0 PimcMu3 N PMX .75 6.6 12.28 10.76 58 11.40 310 11.48 11.34 +.03 -1.6 PimcoNY N PNF .68 5.7 13.63 11.33 54 11.87 190 11.91 11.55 +.28 -7.1 PimcoNY2 N PNI .80 7.4 12.51 10.64 20 10.81 101 10.91 10.76 +.06 -9.9 PimcNY3 N PYN .63 7.1 10.27 8.55 16 8.83 77 8.85 8.70 +.10 -11.0 PimcoStrIn N RCS .96 10.3 10.65 8.62 75 9.34 621 9.39 9.23 +.06 +1.7 PingtanM Q PME .04 1.2 21 5.08 1.99 159 3.33 370 3.40 2.91 +.33 +9.2 PinnclEnt Q PNK 33.59 18.30 280 30.48 1959 30.69 29.76 +.33 -6.9 PinnaclFn Q PNFP .56 .9 19 70.30 58.40 507 63.80 3034 65.90 62.70 -.40 -3.8tPinnaclFds N PF 1.30 2.4 11 66.67 52.25 3273 54.49 6771 55.40 52.25 +.39 -8.4 PinWst N PNW 2.78f 3.5 18 92.42 73.81 1035 79.75 4623 80.54 78.32 -.05 -6.4 PionDvrsHi A HNW 1.38 9.2 16.88 14.76 41 14.92 153 14.99 14.82 -.16 -5.3 PionEnSvc N PES 4.50 1.60 269 2.60 2200 2.80 2.45 -.10 -14.8 PionFltRt N PHD .72 6.2 12.45 11.27 179 11.58 467 11.80 11.58 -.07 +1.0 PionHiIn N PHT 1.14 12.1 10.12 9.29 109 9.40 559 9.41 9.31 +.01 -3.2 PioMuAdv N MAV .84 7.8 11.88 10.57 70 10.75 331 10.80 10.62 +.03 -5.5 PioMunHi N MHI .84 7.4 12.35 11.10 55 11.33 303 11.34 11.23 +.08 -4.4 PioNtrl N PXD .32f .2 192.93 125.46 1614 168.13 8413 174.31 163.25 -3.65 -2.7 PioneerPw Q PPSI 14 7.95 4.75 4 5.95 19 6.70 5.40 -.65 -21.8 PiperJaf N PJC 1.50f 1.9 13 99.80 52.75 276 78.95 749 85.30 78.55 -4.10 -8.5 PitnyBw N PBI .75 7.0 7 16.25 9.50 1152 10.73 10029 11.17 10.63 -.16 -4.0 PitnyBw 43 N PBIpB 1.67 6.7 26.96 21.46 25 25.07 116 25.22 24.79 +.17 +2.8tPixelwrks Q PXLW 7.05 3.50 261 3.66 1898 3.93 3.50 -.21 -42.2 PlainsAAP N PAA 2.20 9.6 30 31.26 18.38 2790 22.98 18666 23.43 21.19 +.95 +11.3 PlainsGP rs N PAGP 1.70 24 31.77 18.98 3436 23.23 9919 23.56 21.01 +1.48 +5.8 PlanetFit n N PLNT 92 40.04 18.32 936 38.81 5491 39.35 35.92 +1.04 +12.1 Plantron N PLT .60 1.0 19 61.86 41.28 164 59.26 1446 60.69 57.62 -1.11 +17.6tPlatfmSpc N PAH 13 14.82 9.09 3474 9.52 19167 10.01 9.09 -.11 -4.0 PlatEag un Q EAGLU 11.00 8.00 4 10.20 69 10.30 10.10 +.05 +1.9tPlatGpM rs A PLG 1 1.59 .23 587 .26 3408 .30 .23 -.03 -14.5 PlayAGS n N AGS 23.69 16.66 134 21.99 727 23.15 20.52 -1.27 +18.9 PlayaHot n Q PLYA 12.27 9.41 938 11.01 2333 11.31 10.08 +.79 +2.0 Plexus Q PLXS 18 66.78 49.06 145 58.59 688 60.31 58.11 -1.14 -3.5 PlugPowr h Q PLUG 3.21 1.25 2399 1.80 19560 1.87 1.71 -.09 -23.7 PlumasBc Q PLBC .28 1.2 14 25.75 17.50 1 24.25 11 25.00 24.10 -.65 +4.5 PluristemT Q PSTI 10 2.12 1.06 1466 1.24 2747 1.40 1.14 -.13 -10.1 PlyGem N PGEM 16 22.20 14.55 615 21.65 2549 21.70 21.60 +.05 +17.0 PlymInd n A PLYM 1.50 8.7 19.00 16.21 5 17.24 35 17.50 16.71 +.06 -6.7 PlymInd pfA A PLYMpA 1.88 7.7 26.07 24.02 0 24.31 12 24.77 24.31 -.54 -3.3 PoageBksh Q PBSK .24 1.2 23 21.00 17.20 19.25 4 19.25 19.23 -.12 -8.3 PointrTel h Q PNTR 19 19.65 8.65 8 13.88 36 14.65 13.80 -.68 -25.4 PointsInt g Q PCOM 45 12.49 7.28 55 10.30 312 10.69 9.31 +.53 +.1 PolarPwr n Q POLA 9.25 4.01 6 5.03 49 5.20 4.87 +.03 +.3 Polaris N PII 2.40f 2.0 34 137.66 77.91 834 119.28 3624 121.30 110.87 +4.76 -3.8 Polarity rs Q COOL 32.63 10.33 155 18.24 697 20.73 17.27 +.11 -21.4 PolyMet g A PLM 1.36 .57 333 .89 2275 .93 .82 +.03 +4.0 PolyOne N POL .70f 1.7 19 47.48 33.25 212 41.92 1743 43.15 40.50 -.60 -3.6 Pool Corp Q POOL 1.48 1.0 37 150.26 97.25 209 146.12 1345 149.71 141.28 -.10 +12.7 PopeRes Q POPE 2.80 4.0 31 79.50 66.60 1 69.37 9 70.20 68.70 -.93 -.5 Popular Q BPOP 1.00 2.4 22 46.83 32.04 787 42.34 5696 43.52 41.48 +.72 +19.3 Popular pf Q BPOPN 1.68 6.8 25.00 22.61 8 24.46 30 24.59 24.20 +.22 +.7 PopCpII pf Q BPOPM 1.53 6.8 24.20 17.66 1 22.48 9 22.55 22.43 -.03 -.5 PorterBc rs Q PBIB 15.55 8.11 2 13.08 34 13.64 12.95 -.62 -8.7 PortGE N POR 1.36 3.4 19 50.11 39.02 520 40.21 2906 40.66 39.56 -.30 -11.8 PortolaPh Q PTLA 67.10 30.10 706 30.91 4252 33.42 30.46 -1.75 -36.5 PostHldg N POST 89.04 70.66 497 77.94 3410 79.11 74.83 +2.18 -1.6 Potbelly Q PBPB 14.28 10.50 123 12.20 827 12.55 11.70 +.15 -.8 PotltchDel Q PCH 1.60 3.0 29 56.35 43.15 572 52.65 3818 53.45 50.75 +.60 +5.5 PowellInds Q POWL 1.04 3.6 38.73 22.80 56 28.69 307 29.08 26.33 +1.85 +.1 PwrInteg Q POWI .64f .9 36 86.60 60.55 189 67.40 1045 68.45 65.50 -.95 -8.4 PowrREIT A PW 8.69 6.00 6.15 4 6.20 6.03 -.10 -.1 PSActUSRE N PSR 2.33e 2.0 83.71 72.60 0 75.99 4 76.91 75.39 -.52 -7.4 PS SPXDn N PHDG .41e 1.3 34.48 24.83 5 28.45 139 28.91 28.06 +.26 +4.2 PS GrMult N PSMG 14.48 12.63 13.81 2 13.81 13.36 +.06 -.1 PS BalMul N PSMB 13.94 12.78 13.22 14 13.28 13.15 -.13 -1.9 PS ModCon N PSMM 14.45 12.69 2 12.93 2 12.97 12.83 -.02 -1.4tPS Consrv N PSMC 12.98 12.61 2 12.69 8 12.73 12.61 -.03 -1.3 PS VarRate Q VRIG .57 2.3 25.35 25.06 50 25.16 623 25.18 25.08 +.05 -.2 PS MStrAlt Q LALT 23.21 19.26 22.16 5 22.16 21.79 +.21 +4.3 PSCrudeDS N DTO 173.13 70.50 24 77.82 54 78.05 74.00 +4.32 -12.3 PwSBMetS N BOS 20.70 13.07 0 19.00 2 19.69 18.25 +1.10 -4.0 PSBMetDL N BDD 11.60 6.16 2 9.01 5 9.91 9.01 -.29 -14.4sPSCrudeLg N OLO 5.78 3.71 5.57 10 5.78 5.49 -.10 +9.3 PwshDB N DBC 17.29 13.69 1521 16.73 14386 16.95 16.58 -.25 +.7 PwShCurH N DBV 25.50 21.17 1 23.70 4 23.88 23.60 +.10 PS Engy N DBE 15.50 10.78 55 14.86 844 15.18 14.79 -.41 +2.3 PS PrcMet N DBP 40.26 35.71 3 38.79 150 39.28 38.53 +.14 +.8 PS Silver N DBS 28.85 23.50 1 24.98 3 25.49 24.97 -.02 -4.0 PS Agri N DBA 20.38 18.18 406 18.72 4498 18.95 18.32 -.09 -.2 PS Oil N DBO 11.28 7.40 157 10.87 12897 11.14 10.81 -.30 +7.1 PS Gold N DGL 43.28 38.49 14 42.21 86 42.60 41.91 +.21 +2.1 PS BasMet N DBB 19.78 15.29 66 18.29 1325 18.40 17.96 +.09 -5.8 PS USDBull N UUP 26.13 23.09 1084 23.63 3280 23.75 23.54 +.02 -1.7 PS USDBear N UDN 23.27 20.66 403 22.84 576 22.90 22.72 -.01 +2.1 PShPuLgGr N PXLG .42e .9 50.50 37.12 39 46.45 132 47.86 45.70 -1.06 +2.2 PSOpYCmd Q PDBC 18.23 14.95 289 17.51 4152 17.76 17.37 -.26 +.3 PShPuLVal N PXLV .76e 2.1 40.74 34.84 6 36.95 31 38.81 36.39 -.69 -4.6 PSAerDef N PPA .50e .9 58.97 43.14 64 56.32 448 57.78 55.24 -.46 +4.5 PwShBio N PBE .57e 1.2 54.28 41.08 13 46.88 58 49.23 46.47 -2.34 -.6 PS BldCns N PKB .07e .2 36.44 28.22 28 31.01 242 31.97 30.05 -.22 -10.6 PwSGDrChi Q PGJ .20e .4 50.87 33.67 15 45.13 213 46.18 43.74 -1.02 +.7 PwSClnEn N PBW .07e .3 26.35 3.95 15 24.97 66 25.56 24.16 -.03 -1.5 PwShDiv Q PFM .50e 2.0 27.77 23.57 9 25.11 88 25.60 24.55 -.27 -5.1 PS EnEx N PXE .50e 2.3 24.52 17.35 2 21.35 145 21.92 20.24 +.16 -6.7 PwSFoodBv N PBJ .41e 1.3 34.97 30.89 5 32.25 72 32.73 31.33 +.01 -4.7 PwShHiYD Q PEY .54 3.2 18.61 16.45 70 17.05 1029 17.30 16.62 +.03 -4.3 PwSIntlDv Q PID .65e 4.1 17.38 14.77 219 15.84 1190 16.01 15.47 +.09 -4.2 PwSLgCG N PWB .21e .5 45.22 33.91 55 41.99 225 43.26 41.41 -.77 +1.2 PwSLgCV N PWV .69e 1.9 40.51 34.50 122 35.97 616 36.81 35.18 -.53 -7.3 PwShLeis N PEJ .15e .3 46.77 39.50 3 43.72 366 44.79 43.00 -.81 -1.1 PowShMkt N PWC .97e 1.0 103.21 80.92 1 95.12 12 96.95 93.45 -.53 -.2 PwShMda N PBS .27e .9 31.86 26.19 3 28.93 102 29.38 28.50 -.41 +2.9 PwSMidGr N PXMG .19e .4 47.84 33.40 19 44.75 81 45.88 43.81 -.82 +5.4 PwSMidVal N PXMV .64e 2.1 32.07 28.87 4 30.01 10 30.61 29.61 -.23 -4.1 PwShNetw N PXQ 52.02 42.34 2 49.08 40 50.04 48.46 -.45 +6.1 PS OilSv N PXJ .28e 3.3 11.87 7.99 21 8.57 1019 8.84 8.24 +.01 -10.2 PwSNsdMo Q DWAQ .06e .1 114.32 81.77 1 103.60 9 106.04 102.15 -3.30 +1.0 PwSPharm N PJP 3.84e 4.5 71.42 57.93 25 60.68 323 62.65 60.10 -1.72 -5.4 PS Retail N PMR .34e .9 40.82 32.00 1 36.14 17 36.44 34.69 -.00 -2.9 PwSSmGr N PXSG .08e .2 34.90 26.98 8 32.81 22 33.49 32.13 -.41 +2.1 PwSSmVal N PXSV .60e 2.1 32.10 27.39 1 29.25 43 29.79 28.65 -5.0 PwSSemi N PSI .04e .1 58.15 39.70 58 50.51 345 53.00 50.34 -2.34 +.1 PwShSoft N PSJ .10e .1 73.27 50.88 6 68.56 84 70.50 66.70 -.86 +8.0 PwS Utils Q PUI .63e 2.4 29.97 23.64 1 26.30 16 26.41 25.97 +.03 -5.5 PSS&PQlty N SPHQ .38e 1.3 32.41 27.04 113 29.40 956 30.20 28.86 -.44 -3.4 PwSWtr Q PHO .18e .6 31.82 25.56 24 29.93 188 30.67 29.50 -.54 -1.1 PwSZMicro N PZI .15e .8 19.90 17.23 0 19.11 6 19.11 18.57 +.14 -1.2 PSNasIntnt Q PNQI 141.10 93.52 40 124.48 266 127.87 121.39 -3.34 +7.6 PSMoment Q PDP .11e .2 55.77 44.12 86 51.32 816 52.87 50.81 -1.35 -.6 PSWHPrgE N PUW .17e .7 28.11 24.08 0 24.92 6 25.48 24.41 -.47 -7.8 PSPrivEq N PSP .66e 5.5 13.52 11.61 106 11.94 764 12.07 11.71 -.10 -4.1 PSFinPf N PGF 1.11 6.0 19.17 18.01 263 18.47 1458 18.60 18.42 -.08 -2.1 PSCleantch N PZD .44e 1.0 45.28 34.97 13 42.08 76 42.80 41.55 -.87 -.4 PSBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 50.89 48 56.40 257 57.76 54.97 -.53 -4.4 PSh Tech Q PTF .26e .5 60.98 42.97 2 55.46 32 57.52 54.20 -1.80 +5.3 PSh Hlthcr Q PTH 83.20 51.56 27 71.77 72 75.70 70.89 -4.40 -.4 PSh Inds Q PRN .19e .3 64.86 50.05 1 59.59 22 60.40 58.13 -.36 -2.2 PSh Fincl Q PFI .14e .4 37.29 29.40 5 34.34 19 35.36 33.96 -.72 -2.2 PSh Engy Q PXI .69e 1.9 42.45 30.10 7 37.10 181 38.39 36.18 -.80 -6.0 PSh CnsStp Q PSL .67e 1.0 68.96 58.07 20 66.59 66 67.97 65.25 -.52 +2.3 PSh CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .6 54.45 42.27 9 48.67 52 49.85 47.42 -.41 -3.2 PSh BasM Q PYZ .61e .9 75.26 58.94 3 65.59 16 67.77 63.83 -.73 -7.2 PSR2KEqW N EQWS .41e 1.0 45.14 37.76 1 41.73 16 42.31 40.93 -.62 -3.9 PSRslMdC N EQWM .49e 1.0 50.09 42.74 47.44 4 47.44 45.96 +.26 -.6 PSRussl200 N EQWL .80e 1.6 56.31 45.75 1 51.08 17 52.28 50.15 -.92 -3.6 PwShSMid Q PRFZ 1.30e 1.0 136.76 113.71 53 128.12 266 130.53 124.93 -.80 -1.4 PS US1K N PRF 1.91e 1.7 120.82 100.57 155 109.24 834 111.74 106.81 -.94 -3.8 PSDvMom Q PIZ .26e .9 29.70 23.13 34 27.66 416 27.91 27.07 -.22 +.1 PSEmMom Q PIE .12e .6 22.22 16.12 37 20.98 426 21.44 20.64 -.52 +2.1 PS EmgInf N PXR .50e 1.4 41.00 33.57 1 36.52 3 37.17 36.19 -.45 -1.6 PS Rs1000 n N USEQ 29.01 24.69 25 26.63 74 27.15 26.29 -.45 -3.5 PS SP IntD N IDHD 30.80 27.10 1 28.70 3 28.95 28.33 -.24 -.8 PS TrCol n N CLTL 106.03 105.27 105.72 116 105.72 105.65 +.04 +.4 PS LowVRot N DWLV 33.00 26.37 13 30.85 37 31.53 30.69 -.55 -.9 PShTact n Q DWIN 1.18 4.7 28.33 24.71 21 25.19 69 25.35 25.04 -.06 -6.3 PSBldABd N BAB 1.31 4.4 30.98 29.30 116 30.00 805 30.14 29.86 -.13 -2.2 PS Rs1KLB Q USLB 32.32 28.13 2 30.18 22 30.72 29.78 -.58 -3.3 PS IntlLB Q IDLB 32.01 25.98 2 30.04 22 30.26 29.57 -.34 -.3 PS DWAtac Q DWTR 30.31 23.80 10 28.10 37 28.78 27.67 -.52 -.5 PS SC CnDs Q PSCD .35e .6 63.76 50.36 2 60.06 41 61.38 57.58 +.36 -1.8 PS LowVol N XRLV .46 1.4 36.20 29.15 13 33.39 139 34.21 32.75 -.41 -1.7 PSR1KEqW N EQAL .39e 1.3 32.78 27.76 37 30.14 2381 30.82 29.61 -.38 -3.4 PShLadR0-5 Q LDRI .46 1.9 25.11 24.45 4 24.57 28 24.61 24.48 +.05 -1.2 PS VarPfd N VRP 1.20 4.8 26.49 25.07 236 25.18 1380 25.26 25.12 +.01 -1.9 PS SC CnSt Q PSCC 1.34e 1.9 76.62 64.11 3 71.21 26 71.30 68.24 +1.24 -4.8 PS IntBybk Q IPKW .29e .8 40.14 30.62 29 37.28 289 38.01 36.61 -.17 -.8 PS SCLowV N XSLV .73e 1.6 48.33 42.02 149 44.94 1013 45.59 43.96 -.07 -2.8 PS MCLwV N XMLV .64e 1.4 46.85 41.65 143 44.33 818 45.00 43.64 -.46 -2.3 PS SPX HiD N SPHD 1.30 3.3 43.25 38.14 815 39.28 3586 39.85 38.54 -.15 -7.4 PS EMLwV N EELV .60e 2.3 27.59 22.71 91 26.22 16779 26.57 25.78 -.14 +3.5 PS EMkMom N EEMO 22.52 16.27 19 20.04 21224 20.70 19.88 -.83 -2.3 PSS&PMom N SPMO 38.04 27.91 3 34.50 16 35.70 34.21 -.72 +.3 PS IntLwV N IDLV 1.11e 3.4 35.35 30.70 63 33.02 485 33.30 32.52 -.13 -1.9 PSS&PVal N SPVU 37.53 27.57 1 33.16 23 34.25 32.58 -.65 -4.6 PS GlbAgr Q PAGG .74e 2.8 28.90 24.16 1 26.69 4 27.10 26.55 -.13 -2.5 PS SC Egy Q PSCE .14e 1.0 18.45 11.37 14 13.54 179 14.10 13.10 -.30 -12.1 PSShTHYB N PGHY 1.08 4.6 24.61 23.19 50 23.72 2205 23.75 23.60 +.11 -.5 PSKBWRgB Q KBWR .79e 1.4 60.51 47.64 24 55.45 114 57.09 54.59 -1.25 -1.0 PS SmCMo Q DWAS .07e .1 53.05 39.08 22 48.59 196 49.75 47.62 -.96 -.3 PS KBWBk Q KBWB .58e 1.1 60.38 45.34 211 54.21 1275 56.06 53.01 -.77 -1.5 PS YuanDS N DSUM .77 3.2 24.70 21.76 9 24.40 80 24.62 24.32 +.06 +5.5 PS FdIGBd N PFIG .67 2.7 26.70 24.72 33 24.95 136 24.95 24.85 +.04 -2.4 PS SrLoan N BKLN 1.01 4.8 23.33 22.96 3522 23.10 24896 23.13 23.07 -.03 +.3 PS P&CIns Q KBWP .69e 1.1 63.06 52.71 4 61.09 27 62.37 60.34 -.93 +2.8 PS SP LwV N SPLV .85 1.8 49.36 43.19 2398 46.52 12824 47.43 45.79 -.45 -2.6 PSKbwHiDv Q KBWD 2.10 9.2 24.94 21.09 37 22.81 301 22.97 22.25 +.11 -3.4 PS SC Fin Q PSCF .97e 1.7 56.99 48.47 18 52.99 52 54.07 52.31 -.62 -2.8 PSKbwReit Q KBWY 2.58 8.2 39.30 29.75 159 31.50 683 31.94 30.61 +.30 -11.0 PS SP HiB N SPHB .49e 1.2 46.04 35.94 133 41.53 1637 42.92 40.74 -.97 -2.3 PS IntlBd N PICB .57 2.0 28.77 24.72 7 27.72 143 27.96 27.51 -.11 +.5 PS SC Util Q PSCU 1.21e 2.4 57.53 47.05 3 50.75 14 51.10 48.62 +.66 -3.9 PS CEFInc N PCEF 1.91 8.3 24.24 22.35 95 22.94 957 23.05 22.74 -.02 -4.0 PS SCMatl Q PSCM .41e .8 55.75 43.76 1 51.16 291 51.85 49.12 +.29 -2.2 PS SC Info Q PSCT .08e .1 83.13 69.15 10 76.29 442 77.88 75.00 -1.31 -.2 PS GlbGold Q PSAU .10e .5 21.85 17.58 1 18.50 22 18.68 18.16 +.22 -5.9 PS SC Ind Q PSCI .54e .9 67.63 52.88 10 63.29 55 65.19 62.44 -1.23 -1.9 PS SC HCre Q PSCH 116.37 77.45 35 110.90 585 113.18 108.00 -.50 +12.6 PSVrdoTF N PVI 26.18 24.80 3 24.88 28 24.94 24.87 +.04 -.1 PShCalMu N PWZ .80 3.1 26.50 25.45 50 25.74 199 25.79 25.62 +.07 -2.4 PShNYMu N PZT .86 3.6 24.80 23.83 6 23.95 18 24.04 23.92 -.05 -2.9 PShNatMu N PZA .87 3.5 25.90 24.96 516 25.13 1305 25.22 25.07 -.02 -2.6 PSh1-30Tr Q PLW .66 2.1 33.52 31.03 44 31.78 179 31.96 31.58 -.09 -3.1 PSHYCpBd N PHB .84 4.5 19.14 18.34 414 18.54 8587 18.56 18.45 +.03 -2.2 PwShPfd N PGX .86 5.9 15.20 14.10 1073 14.52 9851 14.62 14.47 -.08 -2.3 PShEMSov N PCY 1.50 5.3 30.23 27.79 963 28.24 17316 28.32 28.05 +.05 -4.4 PShGClnEn N PBD .17e 1.3 13.78 10.95 6 12.72 142 13.23 12.23 -.17 -3.2 PShGlbWtr Q PIO .34e 1.3 27.16 22.44 7 25.58 50 25.95 25.12 -.11 -1.8 PSEmgMkt N PXH .49e 2.1 25.32 19.20 141 22.98 1587 23.52 22.79 -.53 +2.9 PSDvMxUSs N PDN .53e 1.6 36.59 28.95 6 33.97 64 34.23 33.32 -.12 -1.3 PSDvxUS N PXF 1.11e 2.5 48.75 39.16 78 44.54 662 44.94 43.70 -.11 -1.9 PShIntlDev N IDHQ .33e 1.4 25.51 20.68 1 23.55 10 23.85 23.21 -.30 -2.6 PSAsxJ N PAF 1.91e 3.3 62.67 52.28 57.29 2 57.29 56.19 +.69 -2.8 PSIndia N PIN .12e .5 27.95 22.54 37 25.17 416 25.56 24.70 +.04 -4.7 PwShs QQQ Q QQQ 1.52e .7 175.21 130.38 59839 156.63 328225 161.58 153.88 -3.50 +.6 PSS&PBW N PBP 1.07e 3.5 23.00 19.67 51 20.84 650 21.29 20.38 -.24 -2.8 PranBio rs Q PRAN 4.10 1.90 41 1.99 111 2.17 1.95 -.14 -36.2 Praxair N PX 3.30f 2.3 32 166.95 117.40 1185 143.18 6875 147.83 140.00 -1.12 -7.4tPrecipio n Q PRPO 28.16 .37 889 .43 5400 .54 .37 -.11 -64.0 PrecDrill N PDS .28 5.09 2.26 1616 2.79 8417 2.92 2.60 +.02 -7.6tPrecTh rs Q AIPT 2.59 .81 182 .92 6256 1.25 .81 -.18 -9.0 PfdAptCm N APTS 1.00 7.0 22.71 13.40 317 14.23 1611 14.78 14.17 +.04 -29.7 PfdBkLA Q PFBC .88 1.4 20 67.65 46.88 95 63.10 491 65.75 62.51 -.88 +7.3 PrefrmdLn Q PLPC .80 1.3 29 85.63 44.80 4 61.90 23 69.75 61.51 -3.19 -12.9 PremFin Q PFBI .60 3.2 13 22.92 16.78 18 18.87 71 19.64 18.52 +.26 -6.0 Premier Q PINC 36.50 27.16 418 31.26 2183 31.95 30.50 -.05 +7.1 Presbia n Q LENS 7.14 1.86 12 2.50 40 2.60 2.22 -.04 -33.9 Presidio n Q PSDO 19.74 12.75 317 15.55 855 16.25 15.16 -.09 -18.9 Prestige rs N PBH 3 298.15 32.46 769 33.10 3594 34.38 32.69 -.62 -25.5 Pretium g N PVG 12.44 6.17 1977 6.75 6568 6.98 6.54 +.09 -40.8 PriceTR Q TROW 2.28 2.2 19 120.07 67.60 1510 104.38 7871 108.87 102.90 -3.59 -.5 PrSmrt Q PSMT .70 .8 36 94.00 77.50 711 88.23 1359 93.55 81.15 +4.68 +2.5 Primerica N PRI 1.00f 1.0 13 108.05 70.00 235 95.95 1390 98.40 93.35 -.65 -5.5 PrimoWtr Q PRMW 13.86 10.47 101 12.20 752 12.40 11.65 +.49 -2.9 Primoris Q PRIM .24 .9 18 30.00 21.84 316 25.93 1641 26.33 24.57 +.95 -4.6tPrinEdgAIn N YLD .75e 42.10 39.36 0 39.95 6 40.34 39.36 +.01 -3.2 PrinPrice Q PSET .16e 34.46 27.39 2 32.14 11 32.63 31.94 -.60 -.1 PrinShHld Q PY .33e 34.81 27.98 32.28 2 32.28 31.32 +.28 -1.0 PrinHlIn ef Q BTEC 35.50 25.39 2 30.69 9 32.31 30.55 -1.92 -2.4 PrinMill ef Q GENY .06e 38.17 26.37 3 35.07 15 37.39 34.46 -.30 +1.0 PrinActGl N GDVD 29.52 24.97 0 27.79 6 27.79 27.09 +.12 -.8tPrn MegC n N USMC 28.10 24.58 3 24.86 28 25.71 24.58 -.63 -5.3tPrinSpec n N PREF 101.70 96.82 0 96.97 6 97.02 96.82 -.51 -3.4 PrinFncl Q PFG 2.04f 3.4 12 75.59 57.62 2288 59.61 12375 61.61 58.50 -1.30 -15.5 PrincREstI N PGZ 1.32m 7.8 19.52 16.21 44 16.89 139 17.05 16.62 +.16 -1.7tProAssur N PRA 1.24a 2.7 26 63.45 45.25 276 46.15 1425 48.55 45.25 -2.40 -19.2 ProDex Q PDEX 29 8.00 4.30 21 6.85 43 7.00 6.65 +.7 ProLogis N PLD 1.92f 3.1 26 67.53 53.15 1922 61.24 12733 63.18 60.82 -1.75 -5.1 ProPetr n N PUMP 22.88 10.84 921 16.32 4869 16.95 15.32 +.43 -19.0 ProPhaseL Q PRPH 3.43 1.78 13 2.99 53 3.00 2.85 +.03 +37.8 ProQRTher Q PRQR 6.90 2.75 19 3.05 251 3.10 2.90 -.03 -5.4 ProShtDow N DOG 18.35 13.89 3434 15.23 14617 15.63 14.82 +.12 +1.9 ProShtMC N MYY 12.84 10.71 59 11.40 167 11.61 11.18 +.14 +1.7 PrUltDow s N DDM .79e .6 152.41 88.90 502 122.39 2427 129.12 116.08 -2.25 -7.4 ProUltMC N MVV .11e .1 136.15 96.32 204 115.73 331 121.06 111.77 -3.48 -5.9 PrUltQQQ s N QLD 91.48 51.98 2568 72.79 15025 77.42 70.22 -3.41 -.7 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .4 125.72 82.48 3797 102.33 16430 107.83 98.42 -3.15 -6.5 PrUShCnG N SZK 16.47 12.80 1 14.71 10 16.15 14.66 -.57 +8.1 ProShtHY N SJB 24.12 22.91 98 23.40 369 23.57 23.31 +.02 +1.2 ProUShBM N SMN 19.26 11.73 10 14.55 75 15.23 13.80 +.13 +10.2 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.5 86.90 70.45 275 76.03 336 77.50 74.40 -.88 -9.0 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 60.83 53.04 11 54.60 101 55.01 54.14 -.25 -4.9 PrUltBio s Q BIB 69.62 44.62 427 48.90 1402 54.72 48.17 -6.16 -12.8 ProSShOG N DDG 27.58 21.35 9 24.42 9 25.00 24.30 +.01 +6.3 ProSShFn N SEF 13.95 10.90 37 11.78 118 11.99 11.48 +.15 +1.8 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e 1.0 71.46 57.63 26 65.57 251 67.16 64.24 -.96 -1.8 ProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 43.51 10 44.97 21 45.24 44.84 -.19 -.8 ProUltEM N EET 114.48 63.06 5 91.52 36 96.15 89.16 -4.64 -2.6 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.83 36.48 12 36.94 18 36.97 36.70 +.10 -1.8 ProUSL7-10T N PST 23.38 20.50 24 22.64 315 22.83 22.46 +.05 +5.0 ProShtEafe N EFZ 29.95 23.78 20 25.62 107 26.08 25.45 +.05 +.5 ProShtEM N EUM 22.46 16.23 989 17.73 3626 17.90 17.31 +.43 -1.2 ProUEurop N UPV 66.95 42.42 1 56.37 11 56.53 53.68 +.19 -3.8 ProShtBM N SBM 21.23 16.90 0 18.41 2 19.00 18.41 -.38 +4.1 ProUltSEM N EEV 13.24 6.82 535 8.01 916 8.17 7.64 +.37 -4.3 ProUltRE s N URE 68.58 50.79 60 56.93 179 58.35 55.20 -.52 -13.7 ProUltFin s N UYG .51e .4 143.58 92.46 79 119.48 370 126.15 115.38 -3.68 -6.6 ProShtRE N REK 17.94 15.62 7 16.87 30 17.10 16.66 +.05 +6.6 ProShtChi50 N YXI 24.70 16.42 2 19.00 10 19.05 18.45 +.60 -1.2 ProUltSem s N USD 162.32 70.60 16 120.90 125 132.67 119.04 -13.54 -1.3 ProUltUt s N UPW 54.09 37.86 1 43.98 14 44.00 41.83 +.62 -6.5 PrUltTech s N ROM 111.39 58.87 40 88.26 475 93.86 85.25 -4.10 +.6 ProUltO&G N DIG .46e 1.4 46.10 28.35 158 33.92 857 35.72 31.61 -.21 -14.3 ProUltInd s N UXI 83.64 51.23 1 66.59 19 70.41 65.00 -3.60 -8.8 PrUltHCr s N RXL .63e .8 107.49 68.71 50 81.20 75 86.10 79.39 -4.50 -8.0 ProUCnsSv s N UCC 99.90 63.55 7 80.93 80 84.20 76.73 +.44 -.6tPrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 40.36 5 43.21 13 43.95 40.36 +.26 -11.9 ProUBasM N UYM .15e .2 82.75 52.33 17 63.85 40 67.15 60.40 -.69 -13.8 PrUlPR2K s N URTY 95.99 56.50 139 76.76 867 81.58 71.89 -2.48 -6.8 PUltM400 s N UMDD .03e 134.39 80.45 2 103.77 27 110.65 99.75 -5.07 -11.2 ProUltSC s N SAA 108.67 75.95 4 98.10 7 101.73 94.37 -1.18 -2.6 ProUPD30 s N UDOW 116.82 52.15 2408 81.95 10189 89.42 76.16 -2.83 -13.1 PrUltPQ s Q TQQQ 190.52 84.18 9655 133.42 45723 146.75 126.77 -10.50 -3.8 ProUlR2K s N UWM 78.13 54.51 752 67.91 1538 70.75 65.06 -1.44 -3.9 ProSht20Tr N TBF 23.78 21.58 439 22.81 2435 23.08 22.59 +.11 +4.3 PUltSP500 s N UPRO .21e .2 172.45 92.10 4447 124.64 16428 134.85 117.51 -6.09 -11.1 ProUChin50 N XPP 113.86 54.04 95 80.34 137 85.30 78.83 -4.89 -4.2 PrUSSilv s N ZSL 40.09 27.67 22 33.46 128 34.18 32.30 -.08 +6.5 PUVixST rs N UVXY 87.00 8.52 49160 19.92 204245 22.40 18.14 +1.39 +95.1 ProVixST rs N VIXY 61.26 21.24 3215 41.24 14406 44.51 38.63 +2.09 +78.1 PS Crde n N OILU 49.78 14.90 264 40.05 1374 45.04 39.73 -6.28 +7.6 PrUCrude rs N UCO 28.52 12.36 2432 25.01 12804 26.97 24.86 -2.49 +6.7 PrUltYen rs N YCL 65.77 56.16 2 62.83 15 64.38 62.21 -.66 +9.4 PVixMTFut N VIXM 33.06 19.88 32 27.18 236 27.87 26.47 +.73 +28.5 PrUltSilv N AGQ 42.81 28.47 133 31.16 651 32.30 30.50 +.07 -7.9 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 25.64 18 43.81 138 45.37 42.55 +.98 +10.5 ProUShGld N GLL 80.66 63.12 9 66.23 70 67.20 64.88 -.75 -4.2 PrSUShAus N CROC 52.60 42.20 1 47.03 2 47.12 46.82 -.15 +2.9 PrUltShYen N YCS 76.95 64.93 9 67.77 73 68.57 66.26 +.63 -9.6 ProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 35.62 24 42.00 120 42.73 41.23 +.45 +3.3 ProShtVx s N SVXY 139.47 9.53 15770 11.38 79884 11.72 10.90 -.36 -91.1 PrUShCrd s N SCO 52.16 19.35 1793 21.80 8256 21.91 20.32 +1.85 -11.2 ProShtEuro N EUFX 45.01 38.37 2 39.44 4 39.44 39.42 +.40 -1.4 ProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 14.00 12 18.05 50 18.15 17.86 -.04 +3.4 ProUShEuro N EUO 26.82 19.46 39 20.40 336 20.61 20.23 +.08 -3.8 ProctGam N PG 2.76 3.5 21 94.67 75.81 8280 78.43 50677 79.52 77.06 -.85 -14.6 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 11.23 2.45 4 2.87 144 3.18 2.47 +.06 -29.8 ProfirEng Q PFIE 1 3.00 1.11 58 2.75 416 2.81 2.54 +.02 +43.2 PrognicsPh Q PGNX 9.56 4.60 944 7.09 6856 7.56 6.98 -.37 +19.2 ProgrsSoft Q PRGS .56 1.5 34 53.60 28.63 417 37.66 3804 39.30 36.66 -.79 -11.5 ProgsvCp N PGR .69e 1.1 27 62.74 38.61 3639 60.04 17436 61.97 59.17 -.89 +6.6 Proofpoint Q PFPT 123.87 70.30 424 117.19 2332 120.41 110.72 +3.54 +32.0 ProsHldg N PRO 34.91 21.36 130 32.05 728 33.06 30.86 -.96 +21.2 ProShtQQQ N PSQ 42.86 31.45 4075 34.89 16828 35.52 33.86 +.71 -1.9 ProShSP rs N SH 34.98 28.14 6731 30.72 36781 31.32 29.93 +.42 +1.8 PrUShSP rs N SDS 55.32 35.66 8830 42.00 42100 43.71 39.93 +1.04 +2.3 PrUShDow N DXD 13.18 7.52 4147 8.92 20029 9.40 8.45 +.11 +2.6 PUShtMdC N MZZ 24.72 16.91 1 18.96 19 19.81 18.42 -.42 +1.1 PUShtQQQ N QID 19.65 10.37 7762 12.68 44276 13.15 11.94 +.49 -5.3 PrShRs2K rs N SRTY 51.71 27.07 459 31.83 1991 34.05 30.02 +.62 -1.6 PShtQQQ rs Q SQQQ 38.78 14.46 26060 19.39 124951 20.46 17.71 +1.06 -9.9 PrUShD3 rs N SDOW 36.56 15.67 9077 20.00 37242 21.59 18.39 +.43 +2.6 PUltShtF rs N FINZ 16.27 6.47 2 8.24 29 8.72 7.59 +.28 +1.7 PrSUlhGM rs N GDXS 18.91 12.07 1 14.80 6 15.30 14.34 -.17 +5.8 ProUShL20 N TBT 39.86 32.99 3711 36.61 16479 37.43 35.87 +.34 +8.4 PrShR2K rs N RWM 48.96 40.09 367 42.45 1997 43.40 41.61 +.34 +.4 PrUShHC rs N RXD 39.81 24.68 0 29.57 5 31.64 29.57 -1.12 -1.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 15 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 86

PrUShCnS rs N SCC 31.08 20.44 23.20 3 24.45 23.20 +.15 -4.1 PrUShRE rs N SRS 37.33 28.35 27 32.91 319 33.91 32.04 +.31 +12.6 PUShtR2K N TWM 23.63 15.59 1698 17.44 7526 18.22 16.75 +.26 -.1 PrUShtSC N SDD 21.62 14.22 0 15.39 4 15.95 14.81 +.35 -1.4 PUShChi50 N FXP 28.68 12.37 79 16.11 356 16.43 15.25 +.83 -5.8 PS DecRt n N EMTY 38.59 31.27 8 34.81 25 36.15 34.26 -.15 +3.9 PUShtIndl N SIJ 24.80 14.55 12 17.63 26 18.08 16.50 +.77 +4.7 PS OnlSt n N CLIX 50.04 37.63 3 44.35 69 45.14 42.52 -.89 +12.8 PrShtSmC N SBB 40.02 32.70 0 34.31 8 34.86 33.49 +.45 ProS Ris n Q EQRR 50.68 38.13 1 45.44 13 46.85 43.75 -1.02 -2.7 PUPShtMC N SMDD 15.69 8.80 9 10.60 23 11.05 9.92 +.53 +5.7 PrSh K1 n N OILK 23.87 16.51 1 22.76 14 23.09 22.50 -.80 +5.1 PUShtEur N EPV 44.56 26.83 168 31.06 197 32.45 30.57 -.17 +.3 PUShtSPX N SPXU 17.88 9.19 20572 11.58 94525 12.30 10.74 +.41 +1.8 PUShtJpn N EWV 38.42 22.75 128 25.94 136 26.29 25.08 +1.10 -1.9 ProSPDvA N NOBL 1.00e 1.6 67.98 55.69 397 61.66 1949 63.09 60.25 -.59 -3.7 PrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 24.43 198 26.75 1000 31.26 26.06 -5.08 -20.5 PUltShEafe N EFU 31.74 19.90 22.73 3 23.78 22.72 -.27 -.3 PrUGMin rs N GDXX 50.96 33.56 4 37.00 19 38.09 35.82 +.56 -12.1 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 48.32 3 87.00 20 92.96 84.60 -6.25 +11.4 PrSht20yTr N TTT 31.13 25.95 101 27.37 599 28.33 26.59 +.36 +2.9 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 4.1 44.51 39.30 20 40.07 74 40.50 39.47 -.07 -6.6 PUltShOG N DUG 53.46 31.48 170 40.41 559 43.49 38.50 +9.2 PrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.2 43.79 34.68 10 36.03 48 36.15 35.33 +.14 +.6 ProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 36.95 5 41.13 24 41.26 40.20 +.08 -1.5 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 70.99 65.87 6 66.68 76 67.10 66.07 -.18 -.8tProMerger N MRGR .12e .3 36.45 35.17 4 35.11 4 35.30 35.11 -.26 -3.2 PrUltPFn N FINU .29e .3 134.30 59.70 75 92.39 213 101.46 86.56 -5.00 -12.3 PrIGIntH bt A IGHG 2.15 2.8 78.88 75.13 75 76.00 332 76.42 75.73 -.23 -1.3 ProSht7-10y N TBX 29.70 27.55 7 28.99 77 29.11 28.88 +.08 +2.4 ProUNShBio Q ZBIO 18.36 8.03 18 12.08 225 12.31 10.41 +1.62 +6.0 PrUShBrz s N BZQ 16.63 6.41 555 7.52 1374 7.75 7.04 +.48 -17.9 PrSPMCDv N REGL .65e 1.2 56.00 49.97 25 52.53 145 53.51 51.61 -.45 -3.7 ProSR2KDv N SMDV .47e 58.30 51.18 29 53.50 139 54.20 52.20 -.13 -3.1 PrUShtUtl N SDP 31.15 22.19 3 26.95 19 27.56 26.39 +.24 +6.8 PrUltShtTc N REW 26.08 12.66 7 15.37 171 15.90 14.44 +.61 -6.6 PrUShtFn N SKF 30.09 18.61 62 21.31 183 22.12 20.30 +.53 +2.0 ProUShBio Q BIS 29.66 17.52 175 23.44 792 23.73 21.06 +2.30 +6.3 PUShtSem N SSG 20.00 7.35 23 9.40 131 9.50 8.62 +.83 -9.4tProMornAlt N ALTS .38e 1.0 39.39 36.94 2 37.19 9 37.37 36.94 +.06 -2.2 Pro30BEI N RINF .58e 2.0 29.13 26.66 13 28.62 16 28.62 28.22 +.47 +3.2 PS EMkDv N EMDV 64.49 49.97 2 60.41 20 61.72 59.69 -.13 +3.1 ProCdNASh A WYDE 33.74 32.10 1 33.05 3 33.36 32.77 -.15 +2.0 ProspctCap Q PSEC .72 10.8 8 9.45 5.51 913 6.66 5577 6.68 6.48 +.11 -1.2 ProsCap 24 N PBB 1.56 6.1 26.50 25.21 6 25.51 65 25.65 25.25 -.19 -1.5 ProspBcsh N PB 1.44 2.0 18 79.20 55.84 330 70.85 2113 73.58 69.86 -1.78 +1.1 ProtagTh n Q PTGX 23.97 7.85 299 8.78 1181 9.30 8.01 +.19 -57.8tProtalix A PLX 1.40 .42 733 .46 4395 .53 .42 -.08 -30.4 ProteonTh Q PRTO 2.85 1.10 25 2.45 93 2.60 2.36 -.05 +28.9 Proteos n Q PTI 8.61 1.41 717 4.68 9993 5.22 4.35 -.07 -19.7 Prothena Q PRTA 70.00 27.19 509 39.51 3681 44.75 34.33 +2.80 +5.4 ProtoLabs N PRLB 67 126.95 49.30 121 115.50 755 118.80 111.20 -2.05 +12.1 ProvidSv Q PRSC 23 74.49 42.76 70 71.74 394 72.37 67.64 +2.60 +20.9 ProvidBc n Q PVBC 27.38 19.55 5 25.45 33 27.25 24.40 -1.10 -3.8 ProvFnH Q PROV .56 3.0 21 20.35 17.62 9 18.39 55 18.50 17.97 +.30 -.1 ProvidFS N PFS .80 3.1 17 28.76 23.19 113 25.44 749 25.97 24.92 -.15 -5.7 PrudntlBcp Q PBIP .20 1.1 90 18.96 15.81 3 18.02 38 18.26 17.76 -.12 +2.4 Prudentl N PRU 3.60f 3.5 11 127.14 97.88 1797 102.33 10836 105.85 99.30 -1.22 -11.0 PrudFn 52 N PJH 1.44 5.7 26.45 24.90 14 25.27 98 25.27 25.12 +.09 +.1 PrudtlF 53 N PRH 1.43 5.7 26.41 24.90 22 25.07 133 25.15 25.01 -.03 -.9 PruSDHiY N GHY 1.32 9.5 15.31 13.79 119 13.89 1103 13.96 13.79 +.01 -3.6tPruUK pf N PUKp 1.69 6.5 27.17 25.66 8 26.11 70 26.45 25.66 -.34 -.3 PruUK pfA N PUKpA 1.63 6.2 27.21 25.47 4 26.01 70 26.09 25.70 -.12 -.3 Prud UK N PUK 1.49e 3.0 55.36 41.12 162 49.71 975 50.39 48.91 -.51 -2.1tPruShHiY N ISD 1.32 9.4 15.73 14.06 96 14.10 589 14.19 14.06 -.03 -4.5 PsychmCp Q PMD .60 3.0 23 27.99 15.99 2 20.12 24 21.19 19.81 -1.24 -2.1 PSEG N PEG 1.80f 3.6 17 53.28 41.67 3374 50.10 13677 50.98 49.51 -.14 -2.7 PubStrg N PSA 6.80 3.4 22 232.21 180.48 724 199.28 4033 204.75 197.28 -1.11 -4.7 PubSt pfU N PSApU 1.41 5.6 25.57 24.59 7 25.00 54 25.29 25.00 -.16 -.6 PubSt pfV N PSApV 1.34 5.4 25.67 23.63 22 24.86 144 24.99 24.62 -.05 -1.4 PubSt pfW N PSApW 1.30 5.5 25.67 22.92 13 23.78 102 24.22 23.69 -.39 -4.8 PubSt pfX N PSApX 1.30 5.4 25.79 22.93 6 24.25 140 24.62 24.07 -.28 -3.0 PubSt pfY N PSApY 1.59 6.1 27.83 25.76 9 26.26 98 26.50 26.14 -.14 -1.3 PubSt pfZ N PSApZ 1.50 5.7 27.56 25.38 5 26.19 142 26.19 25.85 +.16 -1.0 PubSt pfG N PSApG 25.63 22.49 35 23.55 462 24.00 23.49 -.45 -5.6 PubSt pfF N PSApF 1.29 5.4 25.69 22.99 11 24.05 115 24.39 23.86 -.20 -3.9 PubSt pfE N PSApE 1.23 5.3 25.48 22.29 27 23.26 136 23.57 23.10 -.15 -6.5 PubSt pfD N PSApD 1.24 5.3 25.41 22.39 18 23.53 167 23.85 23.41 -.22 -6.0 PubSt pfC N PSApC 26.45 23.05 13 24.68 96 24.94 24.63 -.21 -3.1 PubSt pfB N PSApB 26.69 23.90 8 25.10 117 25.39 25.02 -.15 -2.3 PubSt pfA N PSApA 1.47 5.6 27.79 25.32 3 26.02 60 26.15 25.80 +.17 -1.9 Pulmatrix Q PULM 3.57 .45 1842 .53 4970 .55 .49 +.02 -62.4 PulseBio n Q PLSE 39.50 9.81 208 17.79 1113 19.66 13.37 +4.26 -24.6 PulteGrp N PHM .36 1.2 18 35.21 21.41 4960 30.03 28020 31.17 27.95 +.54 -9.7 PumaBiotc Q PBYI 136.90 28.35 630 62.80 2918 68.43 61.60 -5.25 -36.5 PureCycle Q PCYO 9.60 5.50 37 9.00 112 9.60 8.66 -.45 +7.8 PureStrg n N PSTG 22.60 9.81 3609 18.48 19916 20.14 18.44 -1.47 +16.5tPurplInv n Q PRPL 13.90 8.20 89 8.16 157 8.85 7.88 -.06 -18.8 PutHiInSec N PCF .37 4.1 9.31 8.60 40 9.04 129 9.10 8.95 +.2 PMMI N PMM .44 6.2 7.72 6.89 177 7.08 554 7.17 7.01 -.06 -4.5 PMIIT N PIM .31 6.5 4.89 4.61 67 4.77 499 4.78 4.70 +.07 PMOT N PMO .71 6.1 12.85 11.44 39 11.74 257 11.78 11.65 +.08 -4.9 PPrIT N PPT .31 5.9 5.68 5.05 226 5.33 1428 5.33 5.23 +.10 PyxisTnkr Q PXS 12.22 .90 177 1.09 396 1.11 .96 +.11 -66.1 PzenaInv N PZN .41e 3.9 28 13.15 8.25 43 10.55 185 11.04 10.41 -.58 -1.1 Q2 Hldgs N QTWO 48.75 31.95 255 45.70 1729 46.70 44.20 +.15 +24.0 QAD Inc B Q QADB .24 .7 36.75 21.58 33.80 3 33.90 31.01 +2.50 +9.6 QAD A Q QADA .29 .6 50.35 27.35 58 45.20 276 45.73 40.90 +3.55 +16.3 QCR Hld Q QCRH .24f .5 18 50.00 39.85 45 44.55 192 45.95 44.05 -.30 +4.0 QEP Res N QEP .08 .8 28 12.90 7.02 5220 9.79 27268 10.13 9.34 +2.3 QIAGEN N QGEN 32 36.34 30.09 456 31.23 4477 32.44 31.10 -1.08 +1.0 QIWI plc Q QIWI .84e 4.5 18 26.55 13.67 199 18.49 1100 20.05 18.07 -.62 +6.7 QTS RltTr N QTS 1.64f 4.6 32 61.55 31.58 538 35.74 2706 37.27 35.33 -.48 -34.0 Qorvo Q QRVO 86.84 62.68 1263 69.72 6646 72.40 67.81 -.73 +4.7 QuadGrph N QUAD 1.20 4.8 12 31.29 18.16 278 24.88 1085 25.43 24.38 -.47 +10.1 QuakerCh N KWR 1.42 .9 30 165.93 129.98 55 149.57 263 154.15 144.39 +1.44 -.8 Qualcom Q QCOM 2.28 4.3 69.28 48.92 8315 53.12 47303 55.50 53.07 -2.29 -17.0 QuaCare N QCP 20.17 12.25 359 19.81 2645 19.98 19.06 +.38 +43.4 QualitySys Q QSII .70 4.9 28 17.74 12.24 981 14.28 2540 14.40 13.31 +.63 +5.2 Qualstar rs Q QBAK 13.50 3.89 17 10.80 112 11.18 10.50 -.50 +28.6 Qualys Q QLYS 73 79.40 34.80 278 74.05 1171 76.93 71.20 +1.30 +24.8 QuanexBld N NX .16 .9 23 24.60 16.50 183 17.95 926 18.25 16.75 +.55 -23.3 QuantaSvc N PWR 23 40.11 30.23 1290 33.72 6066 34.95 33.01 -.63 -13.8 Quantenn n Q QTNA 22.50 9.60 195 12.91 888 13.77 12.78 -.79 +5.8 Quanterx n Q QTRX 24.81 15.56 85 16.11 495 17.43 15.70 -.93 -25.0tQntmDSS rs N QTM 43 9.20 3.32 198 3.41 1186 3.75 3.32 -.23 -39.4 Qu Insp100 n N BIBL 29.74 25.14 34 25.54 59 26.28 25.30 -.67 -2.1 QnForSm n N FFSG 27.15 24.51 10 25.12 37 25.68 24.85 -.42 -2.6 QnForTcG n N FFTG 26.55 24.19 17 24.98 59 26.23 24.76 -.13 -2.3 MainSecR n N SECT 29.56 24.41 54 27.05 339 27.85 26.74 -.56 -1.1 InspCpBd n N IBD 27.94 24.07 17 24.53 46 24.53 24.23 +.07 -2.8 QuaInsp n N ISMD 27.86 23.78 62 26.09 78 26.59 25.44 -.14 -1.3 QuaInsLg n N BLES 30.44 25.30 71 27.80 103 28.72 27.44 -.60 -2.2 FormInco n N FFTI 27.57 24.09 55 24.34 184 24.34 24.15 +.01 -2.4 FrmHdGr n N FFHG 29.49 24.03 11 26.87 48 27.64 26.40 -.46 -2.4 QuanReal n N QXRR 26.19 23.44 0 24.14 3 24.51 24.09 -.10 -4.5 QuanMulT n N QXTR 26.83 24.54 1 25.13 31 25.48 24.96 -.27 -3.4 QuanMulIn n N QXMI 26.53 24.73 25.31 24 25.31 25.11 +.05 -1.5 QuanGrw n N QXGG 29.10 24.80 2 27.60 48 28.00 27.37 -.33 -.7 Quartrhill g Q QTRH .05 4 2.20 1.26 384 1.45 1083 1.49 1.44 -.01 -21.5tQudian n N QD 34.91 11.33 2114 10.94 6533 12.12 10.91 -.76 -12.8 QstDiag N DGX 1.80 1.8 21 112.97 90.10 891 97.35 5250 100.73 96.59 -2.45 -1.2 QuestRes rs Q QRHC 3.00 1.03 27 1.87 285 2.30 1.76 -.34 -18.7 QuickLog h Q QUIK 2.22 1.15 96 1.45 941 1.57 1.37 -.07 -16.7sQuidel Q QDEL 54.16 22.25 369 51.22 2263 54.16 50.20 -.59 +18.2 QuinStreet Q QNST 14.65 3.36 602 12.38 2797 12.87 12.01 -.39 +47.7 QuintEn n N QES 10.00 7.47 27 8.99 278 9.74 8.91 -.76 -.1 Qumu Cp Q QUMU 3.28 1.42 2 1.82 29 1.86 1.70 +.06 -23.2sQuormHl n N QHC 9.90 2.54 317 9.80 2361 9.95 8.29 +1.62 +57.1 Quotinet Q QTNT 7.74 2.78 206 4.18 1307 4.73 4.14 -.53 -15.6 QuotientTc N QUOT 17.85 9.10 727 13.35 3198 13.43 12.40 +.25 +13.6 Qwest 54 N CTV 1.72 7.7 26.40 20.64 11 22.33 87 22.37 22.09 -.02 -5.1 Qwest 9-51 N CTW 1.88 7.5 25.89 24.20 10 25.16 57 25.17 24.94 -.03 -.1 Qwest 4-52 N CTX 1.75 7.6 25.95 21.27 37 23.03 135 23.26 22.77 -.03 -3.1 Qwest 7-52 N CTU 1.75 7.4 25.79 21.36 17 23.60 121 23.73 23.30 +.05 -.6 Qwest53 N CTY 1.53 7.5 25.57 18.66 24 20.37 142 20.61 20.21 -.17 -7.4 Qwest 25 N CTZ 1.66 7.7 25.96 20.17 8 21.59 67 21.76 21.37 -.12 -4.6 Qwest 56 N CTAA 27.77 21.51 9 23.49 49 24.00 23.45 -.43 -4.9 Qwest57 n N CTDD 25.97 20.51 35 21.79 162 21.99 21.73 -.13 -4.8 Qwest56 n N CTBB 25.60 19.86 26 21.32 191 21.52 21.16 -.11 -5.3R -:R1 RCM n Q RCM 7.99 3.02 296 7.10 1974 7.40 6.95 -.04 +61.0 RAIT pfA N RASpA 1.94 19.2 22.00 5.90 34 10.09 139 11.00 9.53 -.31 -17.0 RAIT pfB N RASpB 2.09 20.4 23.77 6.21 28 10.23 67 11.07 10.02 -.37 -18.7 RAIT pfC N RASpC 2.22 21.9 25.39 6.35 10 10.16 23 11.24 10.00 -.35 -23.3tRAIT Fin N RAS .20m 109.3 3.20 .16 5327 .18 24045 .22 .16 +.02 -51.2 RAIT Fn 24 N RFT 1.91 10.3 24.49 15.99 1 18.63 15 18.96 18.44 +.13 -2.4 RAITFn 19 N RFTA 1.78 8.2 25.49 16.60 1 21.61 11 21.95 21.32 -.27 -4.0sRBB Bcp n Q RBB .32 1.1 27.96 21.26 22 27.92 212 28.00 26.29 +1.55 +2.0 RBC Bear Q ROLL 40 139.95 91.00 127 120.93 480 124.88 117.37 -3.27 -4.3 RCI Hosp Q RICK .12 .4 11 33.78 16.32 25 28.00 172 28.82 26.82 -.39 +.1 RCM Q RCMT 1.00e 33 7.50 4.60 13 5.63 85 5.90 5.61 -.14 -9.9 RELX NV s N RENX .45e 2.1 23.30 18.61 159 21.18 746 21.30 20.50 +.39 -8.2 RELX plc s N RELX .54e 2.5 24.03 19.84 254 21.49 3996 21.67 20.65 +.60 -9.3 RF Inds Q RFIL .08 1.8 5.50 1.40 6 4.50 142 4.60 4.26 -.10 +66.7 RGC Res s Q RGCO .62 2.6 29 31.99 21.00 8 24.01 55 25.50 23.61 -1.39 -11.3 RH N RH 55 109.53 41.52 1495 88.89 5713 97.52 85.00 -6.39 +3.1 RLI Corp N RLI .84 1.3 27 65.68 50.34 112 62.39 766 63.99 60.96 -1.00 +2.9 RLJ Ent rs Q RLJE 5.24 2.39 14 4.98 51 5.05 4.42 +.51 +35.4 RLJ LodgT N RLJ 1.32 6.6 11 23.98 18.68 1727 20.10 9230 20.39 19.17 +.66 -8.5tRLJ Lod pfA N RLJpA .49 1.9 28.85 25.23 7 25.60 269 25.75 25.23 +.22 -5.2 RMG Net rs Q RMGN 3.60 .75 106 1.18 1395 1.51 1.15 -.24 +43.9sRMR Gp h Q RMR 1.00 1.4 43 74.40 42.36 107 73.90 342 74.40 68.35 +3.95 +24.6tRPC N RES .40f 2.3 23 27.07 16.87 1190 17.21 6412 18.48 16.87 -.82 -32.6tRPM N RPM 1.28 2.7 16 56.69 46.36 1495 47.10 9015 49.88 46.36 -.57 -10.1 RPX Corp Q RPXC .20 1.8 5 15.15 9.74 158 10.88 916 11.09 10.15 +.19 -19.0 RSP Perm N RSPP 47.17 28.76 6654 41.47 34327 46.66 40.83 -5.41 +1.9 RTI Surg Q RTIX 6.00 3.80 86 4.65 484 4.85 4.45 +.05 +13.4 RXI Phm rs Q RXII 8.50 2.51 106 3.15 3523 5.16 2.60 -.07 -43.3 RYB Edu n N RYB 31.80 15.50 121 17.58 680 17.86 16.31 +.92 +4.1tRaPhrm n Q RARX 27.84 4.78 187 5.51 1235 5.75 4.78 +.20 -35.2sRadNet Q RDNT 51 14.55 5.40 334 14.40 1816 14.55 13.30 +42.6 RadaElc rs Q RADA 3.86 1.00 73 2.21 623 2.38 2.16 -.15 -28.2 Radcom Q RDCM 65 22.45 17.00 29 17.65 96 18.35 17.50 -.70 -11.1tRadiSys Q RSYS 4.39 .53 275 .55 2061 .65 .53 -.09 -45.1 RadianGrp N RDN .01 .1 11 23.49 15.58 1638 19.14 7530 19.50 18.55 +.10 -7.1 RadiantLog A RLGT 6.65 3.51 211 4.04 496 4.13 3.61 +.17 -12.2 RadLog pfA A RLGTpA 2.44 9.5 27.50 25.36 3 25.72 7 25.83 25.61 -.03 -.6 RadiusHlth Q RDUS 49.16 24.66 421 36.30 3246 37.66 35.00 +.36 +14.3 Radware Q RDWR 21.90 15.13 71 21.31 360 21.73 20.92 -.04 +9.8 RafaelHl n A RFL 8.44 3.05 177 5.88 1465 6.28 4.50 +1.03 +20.0 RLauren N RL 2.00 1.8 19 119.33 66.06 848 111.77 4451 114.68 107.23 -.03 +7.8 RamacoRs n Q METC 10.18 3.81 82 6.63 256 7.67 6.49 -.56 -3.6 Rambus Q RMBS 15.50 11.30 653 13.45 4453 13.77 13.04 +.02 -5.4 RamcoG N RPT .88 7.1 10 15.00 11.36 715 12.47 3279 12.83 12.17 +.11 -15.3 RamcG pfD N RPTpD 3.63 6.9 58.62 48.92 1 52.47 40 52.99 50.09 +.26 -9.0 RandCap Q RAND 19 3.50 2.54 0 2.70 5 2.73 2.66 +.01 -10.6tRandgold Q GOLD 1.00f 1.3 25 108.29 77.70 505 79.73 3390 85.46 77.70 -3.51 -19.4 RandBcp n Q RNDB 16.49 13.36 3 16.30 22 16.34 16.00 +.07 +6.2 RangeRs N RRC .08 .6 15 29.95 11.93 6188 13.97 36681 14.65 13.42 -.57 -18.1tRngrEnS n N RNGR 15.70 7.16 72 7.05 188 8.05 6.90 -1.09 -23.6 Rapid7 n Q RPD 28.19 14.36 309 25.92 1357 26.61 23.14 +.35 +38.9tRaveRest Q RAVE 2.33 1.12 36 1.21 207 1.30 1.12 -.02 -17.3 RavenInds Q RAVN .52 1.5 35 40.85 26.70 222 35.30 640 36.05 34.15 +.25 +2.8 RJamesFn N RJF .88f 1.0 18 99.26 71.35 1306 84.82 4749 89.90 83.89 -4.59 -4.8sRayAdvM N RYAM .28 1.3 40 22.07 11.88 570 21.33 3431 22.23 20.37 -.14 +4.3 RayAdv pfA N RYAMpA 2.00 1.3 152.65 95.43 150.51 3 151.01 150.00 +.37 +4.5 Rayonier N RYN 1.00 2.8 38 36.31 26.84 750 35.65 4737 36.13 34.66 +.47 +12.7 Raytheon N RTN 3.47f 1.6 31 222.82 150.72 1750 215.91 9005 219.75 209.36 +.09 +15.4tReShape rs Q RSLS 6.48 .63 388 .65 3962 .72 .63 -.80 -55.9 ReadIntlA Q RDI 12 17.50 14.37 55 16.37 193 16.98 16.10 -.28 -2.0 RealGSol rs Q RGSE 3.25 .60 134 .88 929 1.04 .83 -.10 -40.5 RealNetwk Q RNWK 5.00 2.63 110 2.80 384 3.25 2.78 -.26 -18.1 RealityETF N DIVY .46p 28.89 25.25 14 27.13 85 28.30 26.88 -.18 +4.1 RltDvcDiv N LEAD 34.32 27.00 6 31.33 61 32.50 30.87 -.75 -1.9 RealDivc n N DFND 28.60 23.96 10 26.89 12 27.29 26.11 -.42 -1.4 RealDivG n N GARD 26.84 21.56 0 24.46 3 24.60 24.10 -.52 -2.1tRl NxtEc n Q BLCN 25.05 21.69 211 22.02 545 22.59 21.69 -.57 -9.2 Realogy N RLGY .27p 1.0 15 35.18 23.86 2270 27.45 10971 28.07 26.06 +.17 +3.6 RealPage Q RP 67 54.95 32.30 190 51.35 1434 52.55 48.00 -.15 +15.9 RltyInco N O 2.53 4.9 29 62.31 47.25 1575 52.08 8706 53.18 50.64 +.35 -8.7 ReataPh n Q RETA 40.88 19.31 137 19.94 882 21.65 19.53 -.57 -29.6 ReavesUtl A UTG 1.82 6.5 36.73 27.13 116 28.01 1046 28.33 27.75 -.22 -9.5 ReconTech Q RCON 5.36 .64 105 1.32 642 1.38 1.13 +.14 +1.5 RecroPhm Q REPH 12.23 5.81 132 10.19 730 12.01 10.11 -.82 +10.2 RedHat N RHT 83 167.36 84.16 1056 149.17 7879 153.27 143.83 -.34 +24.2 RedLionH N RLH 11.70 6.15 73 10.15 375 10.45 9.10 +.40 +3.0 RedRobin Q RRGB 25 74.11 45.70 218 58.65 784 59.83 56.00 +.65 +4.0 RedRkRs n Q RRR .40 1.4 35.77 21.41 558 28.97 2919 30.04 27.48 -.31 -14.1 RedViolt n Q RDVT 46.40 5.05 88 7.88 476 8.05 5.67 +1.78 -83.0 Redfin n Q RDFN 33.49 19.18 752 22.03 6032 23.27 21.56 -.80 -29.7 RedhillBio Q RDHL 11.25 4.30 8 5.04 191 5.33 4.83 -.11 -1.9 RedwdTr N RWT 1.12 7.2 11 17.45 14.29 549 15.49 2365 15.69 15.15 +.02 +4.5 Reeds A REED 4.75 1.30 100 2.35 480 2.39 1.75 +.65 +51.6 RegalBel N RBC 1.04 1.5 15 87.50 67.84 308 71.60 1919 73.88 69.60 -1.75 -6.5 RgcyCtrs N REG 2.22f 3.8 21 70.64 54.87 861 58.70 5189 60.09 57.34 -.28 -15.1 Regenrn Q REGN 29 543.55 313.53 1009 319.61 5016 345.49 316.57 -24.75 -15.0 RegnxBio n Q RGNX 42.00 16.30 349 27.20 1487 30.50 26.80 -2.65 -18.2 RegHlthPr A RHE 6 1.19 .16 683 .35 3355 .43 .28 -.03 +102.9 RegHlt pfA A RHEpA 2.72 38.7 23.17 5.72 7 7.02 11 8.99 6.05 -1.08 -12.3 RegnlMgt N RM 14 35.34 19.23 61 32.16 331 33.62 30.49 +.32 +22.2 RegionsFn N RF .36 2.0 19 20.21 13.00 12368 18.23 50863 18.99 17.85 -.35 +5.5 Regions pfA N RFpA 1.59 6.3 26.22 25.23 20 25.37 120 25.49 25.33 -.11 +.1 Regns pfB N RFpB 1.59 5.7 29.82 26.40 27 27.74 125 27.90 27.53 -.07 -2.4 Regis Cp N RGS 17.13 9.02 217 14.47 818 15.13 14.31 -.66 -5.8 RegulusTh Q RGLS 1.95 .63 185 .67 1313 .73 .65 -.05 -35.8 ReinsGrp N RGA 2.00f 1.3 13 165.12 121.93 340 149.42 1698 154.43 148.39 -4.58 -4.2 ReinsGp42 N RZA 1.55 5.6 30.06 26.82 57 27.79 138 28.43 27.78 -.52 +1.0tReinsG56 n N RZB 1.44 5.6 29.86 25.93 259 25.91 735 26.38 25.90 -.41 -7.4 Reis Inc Q REIS .76f 3.6 22.35 15.95 9 21.05 177 21.65 20.43 -.40 +1.9 RelStlAl N RS 2.00f 2.4 18 95.97 68.46 558 83.03 2161 87.23 82.40 -2.71 -3.2 ReliantBcp Q RBNC .32f 1.4 22 27.49 21.25 3 22.20 23 22.99 22.00 -.59 -13.4 Reliv In rs Q RELV 13.77 3.72 11 4.81 67 5.35 4.15 +.05 +.8 RELM A RWC .08 2.0 20 5.50 3.40 0 3.95 24 4.00 3.85 +11.3 RemarkHld Q MARK 15.10 1.93 479 5.93 3583 7.00 5.55 +.25 -39.1 RemaxHld N RMAX .72 1.2 67 67.50 43.85 89 59.20 585 60.97 58.40 -1.25 +22.1 RenaisIPO N IPO .02e .1 30.61 22.60 1 28.21 20 28.69 27.59 -.50 RenaisRe N RNR 1.32f 1.0 152.00 116.50 194 138.11 1269 140.67 136.73 -.40 +10.0 RenRe prE N RNRpE 1.34 5.4 25.98 23.45 9 24.82 43 24.91 24.62 -.12 -1.3 RenRe prC N RNRpC 1.52 6.0 26.05 25.05 5 25.30 17 25.43 25.20 -.20 -.8 Renasant Q RNST .76 1.7 20 45.32 37.68 222 43.76 1028 44.61 42.14 +1.20 +7.0 ReneSola rs N SOL 3.79 2.12 110 2.41 215 2.55 2.15 -.15 -9.4sRenewEn Q REGI 14.10 9.50 926 13.80 4338 14.10 12.60 +1.00 +16.9 RenminTi rs Q ABAC 4.76 1.60 15 2.45 53 2.49 2.18 +.17 -16.9 RennFund A RCG 2.20 1.11 2 1.43 20 1.43 1.33 +.11 -4.9 Renren rs N RENN 18.70 6.01 332 9.43 1277 9.58 8.13 +1.03 -9.2 RentACt Q RCII .32 3.4 16 13.89 7.22 1370 9.52 12144 10.07 8.43 +.89 -14.2 Replgn Q RGEN 51 46.81 29.56 274 36.47 1293 36.65 34.61 +.29 +.5 RepBncp Q RBCAA .97f 2.5 16 44.04 31.97 14 38.00 61 38.99 36.87 -.30 -.1 RepFBcp Q FRBK 60 9.90 7.90 264 8.35 1225 8.70 8.25 -.35 -1.2 RepubSvc N RSG 1.38 2.1 31 69.40 60.26 1525 66.85 8923 68.44 65.34 +.62 -1.1tresTORbi n Q TORC 21.10 8.42 221 8.49 866 10.38 8.26 -1.09 -49.7 RschFrnt Q REFR 1.55 .85 97 1.03 1223 1.20 .98 +.06 -1.0 ResMed N RMD 1.40 1.5 45 104.78 67.04 580 93.62 3782 98.52 92.92 -4.85 +10.5 ResolEn rs N REN 45.48 23.64 599 35.01 2342 35.99 32.89 +.36 +11.2 ResoluteF N RFP 12.15 4.10 217 9.40 1384 9.40 8.20 +1.10 -14.9 Resonant Q RESN 8.55 3.17 1168 3.91 4546 4.14 3.20 +.72 -47.7 ResCap pfC N RSOpC 2.16 8.5 26.00 24.11 5 25.35 71 25.37 25.21 +.05 -.7 ResCap rs N RSO .20 2.1 11.38 8.51 85 9.62 961 9.75 9.27 +.11 +2.7 ResConn Q RECN .48 3.1 25 17.00 12.05 273 15.55 1129 16.10 14.55 -.65 +.6 RestBrnds N QSR .84f 1.5 20 68.89 54.00 1497 55.96 7907 58.15 55.77 -.96 -9.0 RestorRob n Q HAIR 11.95 3.80 59 5.76 471 6.65 5.73 -.47 +25.2 RetailOpp Q ROIC .78f 4.5 51 22.06 16.21 1264 17.32 6164 18.02 17.27 -.35 -13.2 RetailProp N RPAI .66 5.6 11 14.70 10.94 1989 11.76 13811 12.10 11.48 +.10 -12.5 RetoEco n Q RETO 12.75 5.94 21 8.18 81 9.13 8.01 -.52 +16.0 RetractTc A RVP 1.48 .54 111 .88 1219 1.07 .80 -.15 +29.6 Retrophin Q RTRX 26.44 15.55 265 23.48 1289 23.87 21.76 +1.12 +11.4tRevGp n N REVG .20 1.0 33.15 19.66 651 20.16 3565 20.92 19.66 -.60 -38.0 RevanceTh Q RVNC 37.45 18.43 218 30.35 1339 31.90 29.05 -.45 -15.1tRevenHo n Q RVEN 6.75 2.49 0 2.99 32 3.50 2.49 +.08 -35.5 Revlon N REV 27.90 15.60 53 23.10 414 24.10 20.20 +2.50 +6.0 RevolutL rs Q RVLT 9.17 2.95 231 3.28 909 3.74 3.23 -.15 -.3 ReWalkRob Q RWLK 3.20 1.05 82 1.10 880 1.10 1.05 RexAmRes N REX 17 107.87 70.48 59 73.18 344 74.68 71.20 +.38 -11.6tRexEng rs Q REXX 5.50 .78 225 .74 881 .92 .70 -.17 -46.4 RexahnPh rs A RNN 7.10 1.42 124 1.62 1078 1.74 1.45 +.11 -19.8 RexfordIR N REXR .58 2.0 48 31.71 23.31 358 28.59 2724 29.19 27.98 -.20 -2.0 RexfdIn pfA N REXRpA 26.41 22.53 4 24.55 19 24.60 23.95 +.58 -4.5sRexfInR pfB N REXRpB 1.47 5.9 24.90 22.33 15 24.98 83 24.98 24.17 +.63 +.7 Rexnord N RXN 23 31.44 21.85 561 29.13 4430 30.37 28.78 -.55 +12.0 Rexnrd pfA N RXNpA 66.40 52.44 53 63.80 348 65.66 63.02 -.48 +9.0tRhythmP n Q RYTM 33.81 16.80 88 19.46 629 20.52 16.80 -.44 -33.0tRibbnCm n Q RBBN 8.36 4.97 258 5.03 2493 5.24 4.97 -.07 -34.9 RiceMidstr N RMP 1.13f 6.5 13 26.18 16.87 291 17.25 2023 18.12 17.02 -.85 -19.7 RiceBran Q RIBT 1.66 .69 44 1.63 217 1.65 1.56 +.06 +10.1 RichrdElec Q RELL .24 3.0 8.72 5.31 6 8.06 50 8.19 7.67 +.11 +19.5 RigelPh Q RIGL 4.71 2.14 3125 3.33 21370 3.64 2.63 -.21 -14.2tRigNet Q RNET 22.91 12.70 17 12.90 132 13.80 12.70 -.70 -13.7 RiminiSt n Q RMNI 10.40 .20 24 8.27 72 8.54 8.00 -.29 +4.6 RingCentrl N RNG 69.60 27.35 731 63.60 3355 65.78 61.55 +.10 +31.4 RingEngy A REI 16.09 10.88 482 13.18 2249 14.39 12.89 -1.17 -5.2 RioTinto N RIO 2.27e 4.5 59.25 37.66 2491 50.55 13327 52.23 50.05 -.98 -4.5 RiotBlck Q RIOT 1.00p 46.20 3.03 1651 6.64 6189 7.81 6.17 +.02 -76.6 RiseEdCy n Q REDU 18.60 9.50 22 14.95 221 15.67 14.52 -.36 +1.1 RitchieBr N RBA .68 2.1 36 35.17 24.08 537 31.64 3214 32.99 30.95 +.17 +5.7 RiteAid N RAD 4.87 1.38 13455 1.61 68073 1.73 1.55 -.07 -18.3 RittrPh rs Q RTTR 14.60 1.83 52 2.48 429 2.96 2.20 -.24 -24.6 RivrnOpp n N RIV 1.68 8.0 21.57 19.10 19 20.93 220 21.03 20.31 +.58 +4.5tRiv/Doubl n N OPP 19.76 17.47 44 17.64 201 17.82 17.47 -.17 -4.0 RivrvwBcp Q RVSB .12 1.3 21 9.75 6.46 24 9.14 143 9.33 8.92 -.20 +5.4tRoadrnTrn N RRTS 4 9.75 2.15 471 2.31 3340 3.00 2.15 -.23 -70.0 RobtHalf N RHI .96 1.7 22 60.59 42.92 981 57.15 6398 59.36 56.46 -.74 +2.9sRocktPh n Q RCKT 20.60 3.40 355 14.58 2285 20.60 14.00 -4.17 +39.7 RockwlAut N ROK 3.34 2.0 25 210.72 148.31 1188 168.96 6503 175.73 166.85 -5.24 -13.9 RockColl N COL 1.32 1.0 21 139.63 96.13 1231 133.90 7532 135.65 133.71 -.95 -1.3 RockwllM Q RMTI 8.98 4.84 202 5.27 763 5.60 5.01 +.06 -9.5sRockyBr Q RCKY .44 1.9 18 22.50 10.70 53 22.70 258 22.80 20.10 +1.25 +20.1 RkyMChoc Q RMCF .48 4.0 20 13.23 11.05 6 12.00 20 12.31 12.00 -.03 +1.9 RogCm gs N RCI 1.57 14 54.95 43.11 466 45.74 2722 46.79 43.69 +1.06 -10.2 Rogers N ROG 31 184.00 80.63 246 113.07 994 119.68 109.79 -6.47 -30.2 Roku n Q ROKU 58.80 15.75 1364 31.36 15420 33.05 29.00 +.26 -39.4 Rollins s N ROL .56f 1.1 62 53.00 36.18 559 50.24 3020 51.75 49.59 -.79 +8.0 Roper N ROP 1.65 .6 30 292.97 204.77 559 267.84 3235 281.25 266.51 -12.43 +3.4 Rosehill n Q ROSE 11.69 5.52 4 6.35 106 6.68 5.79 +.48 -19.2 RosettG rs Q ROSG 3.29 .23 8 .40 84 .42 .38 -.01 -27.9 RosettaStn N RST 14.81 8.71 99 13.08 513 13.36 12.74 -.07 +4.9 RossStrs s Q ROST .90f 1.2 22 85.66 52.85 3038 77.45 13801 80.10 74.53 -.53 -3.5 Rowan N RDC .40 3.2 22 17.33 9.02 2648 12.60 13341 13.00 11.02 +1.06 -19.5 RBCda pfT N RYpT 1.69 31.75 28.04 1 29.12 3 29.12 28.13 -.38 -2.7 RoyalBk g N RY 3.76f 87.10 66.66 751 76.27 4269 77.36 75.32 -1.02 -6.6 RBScotlnd N RBS 8.74 5.66 781 7.41 3332 7.49 7.28 +.01 -3.0 RBSct prS N RBSpS 1.65 6.5 27.63 25.27 17 25.57 136 25.58 25.45 -.02 +.5 RylCarb N RCL 2.40 2.1 15 135.65 93.86 1104 114.83 6226 118.79 113.92 -2.91 -3.7 RoyDShllB N RDS/B 3.76 5.6 74.60 53.10 1444 67.26 8457 68.16 63.91 +1.73 -1.5 RoyDShllA N RDS/A 3.76 5.7 100 72.43 51.08 3047 65.80 20648 66.62 62.33 +1.99 -1.4 RoyGld Q RGLD 1.00 1.2 98 94.39 67.10 258 86.18 1826 87.53 85.32 +.56 +4.9 RoyceGVal N RGT .10e 11.73 8.80 38 10.79 106 11.11 10.71 -.18 -.2sRoyceMC N RMT .63e 6.6 9.93 8.09 612 9.54 943 9.99 9.15 +.18 +1.1 Royce N RVT 1.20e 7.8 17.18 13.96 378 15.44 2011 15.84 15.25 -.12 -4.5 RubiconPrj N RUBI 6.28 1.48 706 1.90 2493 1.93 1.65 +.10 +1.6 Rubicon rs Q RBCN 10.45 6.40 0 7.02 28 7.49 6.82 +.07 -12.0 Rudolph N RTEC 22 30.85 21.00 150 27.40 1070 29.00 27.25 -.30 +14.6 RmblOn B n Q RMBL 5.70 3.53 24 4.46 126 4.71 3.60 +.32 -14.1 RushEntA Q RUSHA 24 55.40 32.00 439 38.65 1945 42.50 37.95 -3.84 -23.9 RushEntB Q RUSHB 29 52.76 30.41 17 36.95 58 40.00 36.61 -3.43 -23.4sRuthsHosp Q RUTH .44f 1.7 26 25.80 17.95 229 25.20 1382 25.80 24.10 +.75 +16.4 Ryanair Q RYAAY 1.55e 1.3 127.61 82.49 168 122.26 873 124.68 118.98 -.59 +17.3 Ryder N R 2.08f 3.0 17 90.26 62.52 582 69.93 3524 73.74 68.75 -2.86 -16.9 RyersonH N RYI 29 14.65 7.65 390 8.15 2047 9.05 7.90 -21.6 RymanHP N RHP 3.40f 4.5 16 78.91 57.78 365 76.15 1855 78.08 75.35 -1.30 +10.3S -:S&P Glbl N SPGI 2.00f 1.1 31 197.76 128.26 955 187.32 6183 191.50 183.75 -3.74 +10.6 S&T Bcp Q STBA .88 2.2 16 43.17 32.48 106 40.15 702 41.24 38.80 +.21 +.9 S&WSeed Q SANW 5.20 2.90 10 3.50 140 3.60 3.38 -.10 -10.3 SAP SE N SAP 1.31e 1.2 116.90 96.04 599 105.36 3265 106.45 102.33 +.20 -6.2 SB FinGp Q SBFG .30 1.6 13 19.58 15.61 11 18.59 47 18.90 18.38 +.09 +.5 SBA Com Q SBAC 177.67 118.59 850 169.73 4275 173.14 166.26 -1.19 +3.9 SCANA N SCG 2.45 6.5 9 71.28 34.76 1541 37.47 11154 38.98 36.77 -.08 -5.8 SCE TrV n N SCEpK 29.56 24.70 27 25.78 155 26.09 25.67 -.21 -2.5 SCE II prG N SCEpG 1.28 5.5 25.89 21.93 20 23.24 97 23.24 23.02 +.14 -3.8 SCE Tr pfH N SCEpH 1.44 5.4 29.43 25.05 17 26.58 37 26.73 26.40 -.02 -1.7 SCETr pfJ N SCEpJ 1.34 5.2 29.43 23.96 6 25.75 67 25.94 25.55 +.05 -.2 SCE Tr pfL N SCEpL 1.25 5.5 25.77 21.75 59 22.65 171 22.69 22.50 +.01 -5.7 SEI Inv Q SEIC .60f .8 29 78.35 49.45 518 72.78 2932 75.38 72.06 -2.13 +1.3 SelasLf rs Q SLS 20.40 3.43 724 6.85 29850 11.09 5.40 +3.40 -12.8 SG Blck n Q SGBX 7.00 3.70 1 4.54 52 4.65 4.46 -.07 -24.1 SGOCO rs Q SGOC 2.85 .90 6 1.11 83 1.16 1.10 -.02 +4.7 SI Fincl Q SIFI .24f 1.7 15 16.45 13.75 5 14.30 58 14.60 14.25 -.10 -2.7sSIGA Tc n Q SIGA 6.39 5.61 80 6.30 535 6.39 5.94 +.17 +6.6 SJW N SJW 1.12a 2.1 19 69.29 45.39 99 53.12 580 54.03 51.26 +.41 -16.8 SK Tlcm N SKM 28.97 23.01 603 24.07 2486 24.87 23.95 -.10 -13.8 SLGreen N SLG 3.25 3.4 40 109.95 89.46 951 94.52 4637 97.34 94.23 -2.31 -6.4 SL Grn pfI N SLGpI 1.63 6.4 26.50 24.94 4 25.30 41 25.47 25.17 -.19 +.9 SLM Cp Q SLM 18 13.20 9.65 3602 11.37 17755 11.57 10.83 +.16 +.6 SLM Cp pfB Q SLMBP 3.07e 4.4 74.65 65.20 15 70.10 190 70.30 69.37 +.44 +2.0 SM Energy N SM .10 .6 28.20 12.29 3378 17.93 20154 18.50 16.11 -.10 -18.8 SmartGlb n Q SGH 11 56.69 11.50 1083 43.58 6950 52.70 42.80 -6.26 +29.3sSMTC hg Q SMTX 2.48 1.10 22 2.44 160 2.48 2.21 +.17 +29.0 SORL Q SORL 4 9.74 3.59 284 4.53 2889 5.70 4.42 -1.98 -32.6 SP Plus Q SP 21 41.70 28.10 60 35.40 322 36.30 34.60 -.20 -4.6 SPAR Gp h Q SGRP 3.75 .87 81 1.50 314 1.58 1.28 +.10 +22.0 SpdrDJIA N DIA 3.98e 1.7 265.93 203.64 6974 239.13 37201 246.09 233.20 -2.27 -3.3 SpdrGold N GLD 129.52 114.80 6061 126.39 36379 127.54 125.43 +.60 +2.2 SpdrStxx50 N FEU 1.24e 3.6 38.51 31.49 34 34.79 104 35.14 33.92 +.15 -3.1 SpdrNoANR N NANR 37.79 30.22 20 33.68 104 34.24 32.94 +.09 -5.0 SpdrLwCbn N LOWC 1.69e 1.9 96.40 79.28 1 88.36 60 89.52 87.07 -.85 -1.6 SpdrEuro50 N FEZ 1.18e 2.9 44.23 35.38 3980 40.45 20670 40.87 39.41 +.18 -.6 S&PEAsia N GMF 1.81e 1.7 116.07 85.01 4 104.38 75 106.80 103.41 -2.26 -.2 Spdr UKS N QGBR 1.33e 2.4 56.39 49.34 4 54.48 9 54.49 52.56 +1.01 +1.2 SpdrGermS N QDEU 1.17e 1.8 70.20 55.54 1 64.11 5 64.40 62.36 -.05 -2.1 SpdrJpnS N QJPN .85e 1.1 83.54 68.57 1 79.65 3 80.80 78.81 -1.23 +1.3 SpdrCdaS N QCAN 1.61e 2.8 62.76 53.00 1 57.76 5 58.07 56.36 +1.07 -5.6 SpdrEuSmC N SMEZ 1.15e 1.8 69.46 51.03 3 63.84 9 64.33 62.72 -.46 -.2 S&PChina N GXC 1.31e 1.2 123.91 81.45 74 107.12 322 110.85 105.96 -3.57 -.1 SpdrWldQu N QWLD 1.30e 1.8 80.30 67.36 2 73.83 16 75.30 72.95 -1.38 -2.1 SpdrEMQu N QEMM 1.31e 2.0 69.92 55.13 2 64.89 19 66.20 63.91 -.66 +.6 SpdrEafeSt N QEFA 1.62e 2.5 68.94 57.46 8 64.69 57 65.17 63.39 -.14 -.5 SpdrGblDv N WDIV 3.11e 3.8 74.14 64.00 8 68.30 44 69.08 67.37 -.49 -3.6 SpAcwiIMI N ACIM 1.50e 1.9 84.34 68.47 3 77.15 46 79.00 76.08 -1.05 -2.2 SpdEMkt s N SPEM 42.47 31.70 207 38.44 1849 39.37 38.01 -.86 +.8 SpdrEMDv N EDIV 1.68e 4.9 36.64 28.79 79 34.46 673 35.54 34.18 -.99 +4.9 SpdrGlbNR N GNR .93e 1.9 52.79 40.56 162 48.23 584 48.99 47.34 -.15 -1.7 SpdrDJ RE N RWO 1.57e 3.4 49.41 43.96 245 46.21 1447 46.76 45.47 -.06 -5.5 SpdrEMSmC N EWX 1.00e 1.9 55.81 44.99 30 51.87 419 52.68 51.21 -.62 -.3 SpdrIntDiv N DWX 2.22e 5.6 42.92 37.79 69 39.69 494 40.06 39.26 -.38 -3.7 SpdMS xUS N CWI .79e 2.1 42.01 33.61 73 38.47 817 39.00 37.98 -.38 -1.4 SpdrSPGbl N GII 1.63e 3.3 53.74 47.61 8 48.95 122 49.47 48.22 -.30 -5.5 SpdrIntRE N RWX 1.25e 3.1 42.54 37.13 481 40.07 3183 40.36 39.51 +.05 -1.0 SpdrIntlSC N GWX 3.63e 1.4 37.99 31.19 107 35.12 725 35.53 34.70 -.27 -1.0 SpdrWldxUS N SPDW .79e 2.5 33.84 27.43 406 31.26 2626 31.58 30.80 -.17 -1.4 SP Mid N MDY 2.94e .9 363.70 305.45 1444 337.03 7830 344.65 330.91 -4.70 -2.4 S&P500ETF N SPY 4.13e 1.6 286.63 232.51 178832 259.72 689265 266.64 254.67 -3.43 -2.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 16 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 87

SpdrRRtn N RLY .44e 1.7 27.62 23.57 19 25.88 82 26.14 25.57 -.08 -2.1 SpdrIncAll N INKM 1.08e 3.3 34.66 31.53 12 32.70 54 32.96 32.41 -.33 -2.8 SpdrGblAll N GAL 1.04e 2.6 40.37 34.33 9 37.79 72 38.27 37.26 -.34 -1.3 SpdrSenLn N SRLN 1.96 4.1 47.69 47.08 284 47.28 4159 47.32 47.24 -.14 +.2tSpdrUShBd N ULST .16 .4 40.82 40.15 6 40.20 71 40.22 40.15 -.03 SpdrCreEq N SYE 1.63e 1.4 80.09 65.82 1 72.17 55 74.23 71.58 -2.05 -3.3 SpdrDblTac N TOTL 1.17e 49.66 47.59 168 47.86 1053 47.96 47.74 -.11 -1.6 SpdrValEq N SYV 4.21e 1.5 70.61 55.58 2 64.10 60 65.61 63.17 -.72 -3.2 SpdrGroEq N SYG 1.85e .8 86.17 67.53 1 77.99 9 79.85 76.68 -.80 -1.8 SpdrBiot s N XBI .44e .5 97.98 66.27 6429 82.90 28942 87.84 82.36 -4.83 -2.3 Spdr Div N SDY 3.80e 2.0 98.29 86.39 1041 90.58 3639 92.37 88.64 -.62 -4.1 SpdrGbDow N DGT 1.52e 1.8 91.75 73.19 84.06 7 84.06 81.52 -.22 -1.7 SpdrHome N XHB .15e .4 47.20 36.66 3128 40.81 20877 42.02 39.08 +.02 -7.8 SpdrS&PBk N KBE .53e 1.1 52.00 39.61 3078 47.14 11804 48.58 46.29 -.75 -.4 SpdrS&PCM N KCE .91e 1.6 62.51 45.17 3 57.28 43 58.84 56.45 -1.03 -1.1 SpdrS&PIn s N KIE 32.34 27.81 256 30.58 2703 31.23 30.15 -.44 -.4 Spd LgCap s N SPLG 33.54 27.37 940 30.51 5082 31.28 29.91 -.43 -2.6 SpdrLCpG s N SPYG 35.96 28.13 420 32.93 3570 33.88 32.35 -.59 -.2 SpdrLCapV s N SPYV 32.54 27.55 522 29.10 9793 29.79 28.45 -.30 -5.1 Spd MidC s N SPMD 35.09 29.56 270 32.80 1720 33.49 32.14 -.36 -1.7 SpdrMCpG N MDYG 2.19e .9 166.10 136.41 17 154.97 378 158.48 152.40 -2.46 -.3 SpdrMCpV N MDYV 3.45e 3.5 106.67 92.30 34 98.03 173 100.36 96.27 -1.44 -4.7 SpdrNY Tch N XNTK .41e .5 97.64 67.68 30 86.56 149 89.42 84.91 -2.37 +3.3 SpdrSemi s N XSD .16e .2 76.57 57.66 121 67.84 873 70.27 66.78 -2.22 -2.8 SpdrSCapG N SLYG 8.53e .9 242.50 205.60 17 231.25 397 235.69 226.13 -1.33 +1.7 SpdrSCapV N SLYV 7.98e 1.4 133.39 112.91 44 123.15 785 125.46 119.67 -.34 -2.1 SpdrRs3K s N THRK 35.46 28.96 291 32.39 2363 33.19 31.75 -.43 -2.5 SpdrWilRE N RWR 2.90e 3.4 95.73 81.59 129 85.89 1032 87.02 84.43 -.25 -8.3 SpdrShTTr N SPTS .27 .9 31.78 29.55 413 29.65 1313 29.67 29.59 -.03 -.8 SpFcStIn n N XITK 93.60 62.64 0 85.29 26 87.36 84.32 -2.55 +9.2 SpdrScored N CBND .99 3.2 32.94 31.20 0 31.31 7 31.51 31.31 -.21 -2.9 SpdrIntCBd N IBND .14e .4 36.87 31.09 36 35.95 708 36.15 35.64 -.06 +1.7 SpdrIGFlt N FLRN .20 .7 30.85 30.62 733 30.68 6275 30.71 30.66 -.05 SpdrHYMu N HYMB 2.55 4.6 57.97 54.01 70 55.76 549 55.87 55.53 +.02 +.2 SpdrWFPf N PSK 2.59e 6.0 45.44 41.81 59 42.96 195 43.22 42.87 -.49 -2.5 SpdrBarITB N BWZ .01e 33.49 30.07 65 33.02 417 33.23 32.90 -.06 +2.8 SpdrBarcCv N CWB 3.55e 4.5 53.80 47.69 2118 50.67 16145 51.55 50.11 -.99 +.1 SpdrLTBd s N SPLB 28.77 26.57 136 27.09 904 27.21 26.95 -.18 -5.3 SpdrITBd N SPIB .92 2.7 34.72 33.31 366 33.50 1971 33.53 33.40 -.04 -2.1 SpdrBarMBB N MBG .83 3.3 26.55 25.34 23 25.53 201 25.58 25.44 -.12 -1.9 SpdrEMBd N EBND 30.91 28.02 147 29.99 1042 30.28 29.98 -.39 +1.0 SpdrShTHiY N SJNK 1.58 5.8 28.15 26.94 3490 27.29 24726 27.34 27.15 -.08 -1.0 SpdrLehHY N JNK 2.30 6.4 37.46 35.35 13435 35.74 69151 35.85 35.55 -.11 -2.7 SpdShTBd N SPSB .40e 1.2 30.74 30.11 347 30.18 14175 30.19 30.12 -.02 -.8 SP IntTip N WIP .41e .2 60.27 54.40 152 59.11 746 59.56 58.83 -.44 +2.8 SPLIntTB s N BWX 29.72 26.52 842 29.37 19379 29.58 29.24 -.14 +3.3 SpdrTrans s N XTN .25e .4 69.36 50.21 6 61.83 63 63.71 60.85 -.97 -5.1 SpdrTelcm N XTL .68e 1.0 74.86 65.10 46 68.71 124 69.87 66.66 -.17 +.6 SpdrHCSv s N XHS .61e .1 68.43 56.18 1 63.05 17 64.37 61.04 +.05 +2.4 SpdrHCEq s N XHE 3.22e .1 72.00 54.72 11 68.25 116 70.44 67.54 -1.49 +6.0 SpdrSf&Sv s N XSW .19e .3 79.68 57.70 4 74.59 26 76.00 73.60 -1.01 +7.4 SpdrMLCrs N CJNK 1.01e 3.9 27.04 25.51 12 25.64 59 25.77 25.55 -.04 -3.5 SpdrAerDf s N XAR 1.70e 1.1 90.17 65.91 74 86.50 491 88.68 84.50 -.37 +3.5 SpdAgBd n N SPAB 28.84 27.91 421 28.08 3244 28.13 27.99 -.08 -2.3 SpdrBarcTip N IPE 1.04e 1.7 57.26 54.81 74 55.46 550 55.56 55.20 -.30 -1.4 SprBl 1-3b rs N BIL 91.55 91.37 310 91.46 9667 91.46 91.42 -.09 +.1 SpdLgTr s N SPTL 37.32 33.62 516 34.85 2420 35.25 34.48 -.25 -4.8 SpdrLehIntTr N ITE .74 1.3 60.70 58.37 30 58.75 626 58.82 58.60 -.06 -1.1 SpdrS&P RB N KRE .74e 1.2 65.33 49.31 9145 59.40 34939 61.29 58.47 -.99 +.9 Spdr1500MT N MMTM 1.61e 1.4 123.70 96.84 0 113.77 4 115.10 111.62 -2.22 -.9 SpdDorWrF Q DWFI 26.06 24.47 45 24.87 154 25.25 24.83 -.27 -1.6 SpdrRetl s N XRT .49e 1.1 49.09 37.72 4329 44.49 23474 45.39 42.70 +.19 -1.5 SpdNuBMu s N TFI 49.42 47.65 628 47.81 2394 47.96 47.72 -.22 -2.4 SpdrPhm s N XPH 3.00e .9 47.11 39.78 116 40.62 500 41.87 40.17 -1.25 -6.6 SpdrOGEx N XOP .73e 2.1 40.20 28.96 19568 34.66 90120 35.88 33.36 -.56 -6.8tSpNuBST rs N SHM 48.95 47.69 477 47.74 2546 47.83 47.69 -.08 -.4 SpdrGendr N SHE 75.63 64.41 4 69.26 22 70.76 67.95 -.83 -2.2 SpdrOGEq N XES .49e 3.3 20.49 12.90 769 14.69 3733 15.26 13.88 +.13 -14.2 SpdR1KLVF N ONEV 76.79 68.18 3 70.82 8 71.73 69.62 -.84 -2.4 SpdrMetM N XME .24e .7 39.62 27.86 2540 33.91 9692 34.98 33.25 -.13 -6.8 SpdrR1KMo N ONEO 77.42 67.12 5 71.25 308 72.92 70.13 -1.27 -2.0 SpdrR1KYF N ONEY 75.25 65.47 1 67.39 7 68.34 66.78 -.31 -3.8 SpdSPXHiD N SPYD 38.74 34.26 261 35.67 1253 36.44 34.99 -.09 -4.8 SpdrFosFFr N SPYX 69.64 56.31 37 63.25 192 64.74 62.11 -1.15 -2.4 SpdrR1KLV N LGLV 5.40e 2.0 94.43 83.73 5 88.41 29 90.29 87.27 -1.66 -2.4 SpdrUsaSt N QUS .54e 82.07 67.52 5 74.89 37 76.78 73.79 -1.56 -3.1 Spd SP600 N SLY 3.97e 1.1 139.70 117.23 14 132.85 85 135.50 129.60 -.14 -.1 SpdrSPXBbk N SPYB .41e 67.80 51.33 4 60.94 14 62.25 60.10 -.56 -2.3 SpdrSCap n N SPSM 31.73 28.11 218 29.65 1218 30.27 29.02 -.27 -5.9 Spdr1-10Tip N TIPX .08e .4 21.00 18.41 52 19.20 245 19.23 19.16 -.5 SpdrR2KLV N SMLV 2.16e 2.4 100.14 84.63 12 88.23 68 89.57 86.59 -.53 -3.4 SPI Eng rs Q SPI 2.61 .30 198 .45 1792 .60 .39 -.13 -30.4 SPS Cmce Q SPSC 98 65.29 45.02 72 64.40 537 65.10 61.87 +.33 +32.5 SPX Cp N SPXC 13 33.93 21.97 191 31.66 1566 32.66 31.08 -.82 +.9 SPX Flow n N FLOW 92 54.92 31.10 588 47.60 1663 50.12 46.66 -1.59 +.1 SRC Eng A SRCI 13 10.44 6.19 2341 8.95 14066 9.38 8.56 -.48 +4.9 SS&C Tch s Q SSNC .28 .6 30 53.99 34.75 4167 48.32 30053 53.66 46.10 -5.32 +19.4 SSLJ.cm n Q SSLJ 5.75 3.12 21 5.20 187 5.48 5.12 -.12 +48.1 SSR Mng g Q SSRM 17 11.49 7.64 526 9.66 2875 9.85 9.40 +.06 +9.9 STMicro N STM .40 1.9 23 25.30 14.07 2042 20.98 15771 22.39 20.42 -1.31 -3.9 SVB FnGp Q SIVB 24 271.79 159.44 695 236.06 3042 244.98 227.78 -3.95 +1.0 SabanCap n Q SCAC 10.20 9.84 1 9.97 2 9.97 9.97 +.03 +.6 Saban un Q SCACU 11.20 10.25 10.52 8 10.52 10.52 -.01 SABESP N SBS .39e 3.9 11.96 8.15 1375 10.04 7864 10.52 10.00 -.55 -3.9 SabnR N SBR 2.29m 5.3 20 50.00 35.80 14 43.15 66 44.40 42.25 -.80 -3.3 SabraHltc Q SBRA 1.80e 10.2 15 29.10 15.78 1326 17.70 8681 17.94 16.87 +.05 -5.7 SabraH pfA Q SBRAP 1.78 7.1 26.61 24.75 2 25.23 86 25.35 24.88 +.09 -.8 SabreCorp Q SABR .56 2.8 24 25.01 17.30 1997 20.25 11729 21.36 20.16 -1.20 -1.2 SachemC n A SACH .42 11.8 5.35 3.30 16 3.56 235 3.66 3.35 +.09 -9.6 SAExplr rs Q SAEX 6.62 1.18 50 1.33 93 1.41 1.23 -.02 -39.4 SafeBulk N SB .04 1.4 4.00 1.76 639 2.91 3477 3.23 2.84 -.26 -9.9 SafeBlk pfC N SBpC 2.00 8.8 24.26 17.80 1 22.79 6 23.30 22.79 -.51 -4.6 SafeB pfD N SBpD 2.00 8.7 24.20 18.00 0 23.10 13 23.18 22.46 +.10 -1.8 SafegdSci N SFE 14.40 10.65 74 12.40 516 12.60 12.10 +.15 +10.7tSafeInco n N SAFE .60 3.6 20.00 15.57 52 16.54 341 16.70 15.57 +.55 -6.0 SaftyInsGr Q SAFT 3.20 4.2 19 84.00 65.75 22 76.40 159 77.55 74.05 -.45 -5.0 SagaComm A SGA 1.20 3.3 4 52.05 36.10 5 36.55 19 38.05 36.50 -.70 -9.6 SageThera Q SAGE 195.97 59.57 310 141.32 2226 160.41 139.16 -19.75 -14.2 Saia Inc Q SAIA 35 80.25 41.28 269 72.00 1289 77.45 70.95 -3.15 +1.8 SailptTch n N SAIL 23.93 12.82 300 20.39 2169 21.22 19.70 -.30 +40.6 StJoe N JOE 56 20.00 16.45 383 18.60 1726 19.05 17.90 -.25 +3.0tSalemMda Q SALM .26 7.8 12 8.25 3.30 43 3.35 419 3.65 3.30 -.25 -25.6 Salesforce N CRM 128.87 83.00 5360 116.10 28947 121.04 113.61 -.20 +13.6 SalMidMLP N SMM 1.30 14.0 13.73 8.53 104 9.31 415 9.47 8.80 +.21 -15.5 SalisbryBc Q SAL 1.12 2.5 17 51.80 38.50 0 44.96 4 47.97 44.96 -.05 +.7 SallyBty N SBH 10 21.36 14.05 1614 16.09 7478 16.64 15.57 -.36 -14.2 SJuanB N SJT .77e 11.3 14 10.54 6.04 376 6.78 2550 7.85 6.69 -1.12 -17.7 SanchezEn N SN 9.73 2.78 1849 3.33 10076 3.57 2.97 +.20 -37.3 SanchzM rs A SNMP 1.80 14.5 15.25 9.35 63 12.40 280 12.45 10.50 +2.05 +11.7 SanderFm Q SAFM 1.28 1.1 8 176.43 101.83 355 113.51 2723 121.18 112.22 -5.51 -18.2tSandRidge N SD 21.90 13.02 483 13.68 2179 14.80 13.02 -.83 -35.1 SandRMiss N SDT .22e 28.9 1 1.69 .73 109 .78 272 .80 .77 -.01 -6.2 SandRMs2 N SDR .23e 23.7 1 1.59 .74 78 .99 336 .99 .93 +.01 +15.7 SandRdgP N PER .50e 26.5 4 3.30 1.80 109 1.90 867 1.95 1.80 -7.3 SandstG g A SAND 5.64 3.18 564 4.71 4687 5.01 4.65 -.05 -5.6 SndySpr Q SASR 1.04 2.7 16 45.64 36.41 210 38.64 1123 39.55 38.08 -.12 -1.0 Sanfilp Q JBSS 2.00e 21 74.69 54.32 26 57.51 231 58.44 56.29 -.36 -9.1 SangTher Q SGMO 27.50 4.05 2534 16.95 11377 19.45 16.35 -2.05 +3.4 Sanmina Q SANM 15 42.95 24.60 445 26.20 2469 27.05 25.65 +.05 -20.6 Sanofi N SNY 1.58e 3.9 50.65 38.14 1058 40.15 4742 40.65 39.24 +.07 -6.6 Sanofi rt Q GCVRZ .49 .26 105 .44 223 .45 .42 +.01 +15.3 SantCUSA N SC .23e 5 19.02 11.12 1398 15.83 8292 16.47 15.63 -.47 -15.0 Santand pfC N SOVpC 1.83 7.0 26.89 25.10 0 26.10 15 26.10 25.97 +.14 +1.6tSapiens Q SPNS .20e 2.4 14.30 8.01 18 8.26 178 8.53 8.01 -.27 -28.3 SaratogaI N SAR 2.00f 9.8 7 22.99 19.62 7 20.35 187 20.99 19.65 -.46 -9.0 SaratIn23 n N SAB 1.69 6.6 26.79 25.34 5 25.61 13 25.85 25.61 -.24 -.7 SareptaTh Q SRPT 84.37 28.14 760 71.74 5186 74.82 70.50 -2.35 +28.9 Sasol N SSL 1.41e 4.1 38.75 26.92 328 34.64 1131 35.13 32.57 +.61 +1.3 SaulCntr N BFS 2.08 4.2 16 65.43 48.11 26 49.65 158 51.48 49.10 -1.32 -19.6tSaulCtr pfC N BFSpC 1.72 7.0 25.98 24.32 13 24.55 55 25.00 24.32 -.45 -3.0 Savara rs Q SVRA 17.19 4.60 88 8.61 703 9.41 8.48 -.59 -42.0tscPhrma n Q SCPH 18.17 10.72 27 11.02 251 12.47 10.72 -1.38 -8.9 ScanSource Q SCSC 12 45.35 31.40 254 33.50 790 35.95 33.30 -2.05 -6.4 Schlmbrg N SLB 2.00 3.1 44 80.89 61.02 7466 64.36 37532 66.39 62.02 -.42 -4.5 Schmitt h Q SMIT 4.47 1.55 6 2.71 87 2.80 2.54 +.01 -1.1 SchndrNt n N SNDR .24 1.0 30.00 17.69 1121 24.90 4012 26.53 24.66 -1.16 -12.8 Schnitzer Q SCHN .75 2.4 10 38.85 17.50 354 31.60 1852 35.00 31.00 -.75 -5.7 Scholastc Q SCHL .60 1.6 46.59 33.51 154 38.09 797 38.93 37.90 -.75 -5.0 Schulmn Q SHLM .82 1.9 32 43.88 25.00 427 42.95 2010 43.25 42.70 -.05 +15.3 SchwUSMkt N SCHB .96e 1.5 69.07 56.22 1148 62.96 6048 64.54 61.74 -.83 -2.4 SchwUSLgC N SCHX .98e 1.6 68.43 55.51 835 62.20 6470 63.80 60.99 -.88 -2.5 SchwLCGr N SCHG .63e .9 76.83 59.73 436 70.51 2521 72.55 69.30 -1.20 -.3 SchwLCVal N SCHV 1.14e 2.2 58.00 48.72 363 52.23 2056 53.45 51.13 -.61 -4.5 SchwMCap N SCHM .59e 1.1 56.22 46.49 266 51.96 1689 53.18 51.20 -.92 -2.5 SchUSSmC N SCHA .76e 1.1 73.45 61.40 340 68.43 2423 69.90 67.02 -.70 -1.9 SchwEMkt N SCHE .49e 1.7 31.08 23.72 859 28.08 5543 28.74 27.75 -.62 +.5 Sch 1000 n N SCHK 28.14 24.88 211 25.58 776 26.27 25.12 -.42 -2.6 SchEMLgC N FNDE .39e 1.3 33.13 25.60 170 30.47 1074 31.18 30.13 -.72 +2.7 SchIntSmCo N FNDC .55e 1.5 38.22 30.49 105 35.59 799 35.90 35.07 -.23 -1.0 SchIntLgCo N FNDF .61e 2.0 32.54 26.19 261 29.87 1702 30.18 29.33 -.11 -1.7 SchUSSmCo N FNDA .36e 1.0 39.68 33.34 212 37.04 1198 37.73 36.15 -.20 -2.3 SchUSLgCo N FNDX .54e 1.5 39.96 33.05 250 35.99 2048 36.86 35.17 -.35 -3.9 SchUSBrd N FNDB .61e 1.7 39.71 32.90 18 35.91 110 36.70 35.09 -.30 -3.7 SchwUSDiv N SCHD 1.13e 2.3 54.60 44.07 1122 48.36 5879 49.47 47.35 -.67 -5.5 SchwIntEq N SCHF .71e 2.1 36.35 29.45 1971 33.49 14156 33.84 32.98 -.22 -1.7 SchwAggBd N SCHZ 1.09 2.1 52.82 50.59 296 50.86 1757 51.03 50.77 -.16 -2.3 SchwREIT N SCHH .89e 2.3 42.54 36.27 530 38.14 2791 38.65 37.51 -.11 -8.4 SchIntUSTr N SCHR .86 1.6 54.67 52.07 161 52.49 1068 52.67 52.28 -.10 -1.6 SchSTUSTr N SCHO .35 .7 50.57 49.71 179 49.78 2403 49.85 49.73 -.06 -.5 SchUSTips N SCHP 56.10 54.06 225 54.80 1766 54.90 54.58 -.08 -1.1 SchwIntSC N SCHC .59e 1.6 39.15 31.22 166 36.34 1103 36.75 35.88 -.17 -.8 Schwab N SCHW .40f .8 31 58.11 37.16 8171 50.11 39186 52.74 49.74 -2.11 -2.5 Schwb pfC N SCHWpC 1.50 5.8 27.94 25.53 15 26.02 145 26.13 25.87 -.02 -3.2 Schwb pfD N SCHWpD 27.90 25.49 27 26.09 260 26.24 25.96 -.10 -3.4 SchwitMau N SWM 1.72 4.4 14 48.06 36.26 126 39.17 961 39.57 38.07 +.02 -13.6 SciApplic N SAIC 1.24 1.5 23 88.49 60.21 382 81.98 2332 85.87 79.00 +3.18 +7.1 SciGames Q SGMS 56.45 20.60 557 41.60 4264 43.95 39.90 -18.9 ScorpioB19 N SLTB 1.88 7.4 25.80 23.79 0 25.32 3 25.37 25.30 -.13 -.5 ScorpBlk rs N SALT .02 9.90 5.70 523 6.80 2289 7.25 6.50 -.25 -8.1tScorpioTk N STNG .04 2.1 4.60 1.87 3131 1.88 14156 2.00 1.87 -.08 -38.4 ScorpioT 20 N SBNA 1.69 7.1 25.03 23.40 2 23.75 18 24.07 23.52 -.15 -4.5 ScorpT19 n N SBBC 26.51 24.62 2 24.85 23 24.88 24.62 +.11 -2.2 Scotts N SMG 2.12 2.5 20 110.12 81.48 346 83.77 2721 86.28 82.36 -1.98 -21.7tScrippsEW N SSP .05p 37 23.70 11.37 492 11.59 2501 12.03 11.37 -.40 -25.8tScynexis Q SCYX 2.94 1.27 259 1.28 1207 1.38 1.26 -.06 -44.8 Sea Ltd n N SE 15.73 10.56 522 10.66 3101 11.59 10.60 -.61 -20.0 SeaChange Q SEAC 4.03 2.20 80 2.65 587 2.74 2.55 -.06 -32.6 SbdCp A SEB 6.00 .1 14 4690.00 3247.00 0 4185.28 2 4300.00 4109.02 -79.72 -5.1 SeabGld g N SA 13.70 9.50 244 10.80 1295 11.40 10.55 -4.4 SeacstBkg Q SBCF 23 28.44 20.58 268 26.47 1470 27.60 25.61 +5.0sSeacorHld N CKH 55.18 31.90 75 54.26 728 55.18 50.13 +3.16 +17.4 SeacrMar N SMHI 22.81 11.66 41 20.56 274 20.95 18.62 +1.54 +75.7 SeadrillLtd N SDRL 1 .93 .15 1167 .21 8765 .24 .20 +.01 -11.3tSeadrill N SDLP .40 14.7 4.20 2.60 94 2.72 973 2.84 2.60 -.03 -25.7 SeagateT Q STX 2.52 4.5 15 61.19 30.60 3100 56.62 19232 60.07 56.07 -1.90 +35.3 SealAir N SEE .64 1.5 21 49.94 40.76 1384 42.37 8168 43.57 41.31 -.42 -14.1 SeanrgM rs Q SHIP 1.66 .58 443 .72 975 .90 .70 -.15 -30.8 SearsHldgs Q SHLD 14.32 1.99 819 2.88 6689 3.07 2.49 +.21 -19.6 SearsH&O Q SHOS 4.10 1.38 113 2.95 723 3.20 2.75 -.05 +13.5 Seaspan N SSW .50 7.3 10 7.91 5.02 917 6.84 4773 6.95 6.58 +.16 +1.3 Seaspn pfE N SSWpE 2.06 8.3 25.50 21.39 4 24.73 45 24.73 24.05 +.48 -.4 Seaspan 19 N SSWN 1.59 6.2 26.01 24.78 4 25.54 106 25.55 25.39 +.10 Seaspn pfD N SSWpD 1.99 8.2 25.20 20.76 11 24.17 56 24.29 23.68 +.42 -1.9 Seaspn pfH N SSWpH 24.96 20.14 37 23.51 166 23.61 23.05 +.36 -.6 Seaspn pfG N SSWpG 25.20 21.98 13 24.33 118 24.42 23.90 +.44 +.1 Seaspan n N SSWA 24.58 23.40 13 23.66 37 23.70 23.50 +.10 -2.7 SeaSpine n Q SPNE 13.46 7.37 78 10.90 471 10.96 9.75 +.76 +7.7 SeattGen Q SGEN 71.32 45.31 980 50.07 5385 53.48 49.58 -2.27 -6.4 SeaWorld N SEAS 19.23 10.42 2472 15.60 8124 16.26 13.87 +.77 +15.0 SecndSight Q EYES 2.58 .90 101 1.71 1164 1.94 1.61 -.21 -10.5 Secoo n Q SECO 14.75 6.61 83 8.92 690 10.00 8.71 -1.57 -7.7tSecWkA A n Q SCWX 12.99 7.83 90 8.00 835 8.36 7.83 -.08 -9.8 SecNtl lf Q SNFCA .23t 6 6.76 4.05 1 5.30 44 5.45 5.20 +.15 +6.0 SelectBc lf Q SLCT 23 14.06 10.58 21 13.24 80 13.40 13.18 -.12 +4.7 SelEngS n N WTTR 21.96 11.22 264 12.25 2153 13.04 11.50 -.37 -32.8 SelIncREIT Q SIR 2.04 10.6 17 26.79 17.90 265 19.23 1895 19.58 18.93 -.25 -23.5 SelMedHld N SEM 13 19.78 12.95 496 17.95 2164 18.33 16.85 +.70 +1.7 SelectaB n Q SELB 24.02 7.95 120 10.20 1033 11.00 9.34 +.01 +4.0 SelectvIns Q SIGI .72 1.2 20 62.40 44.65 156 59.45 754 61.10 58.63 -1.25 +1.3 SelctIns 43 N SGZA 1.47 5.9 25.83 24.72 6 24.96 57 25.28 24.91 -.22 -.9 SemGroup N SEMG 1.89f 8.5 36.05 20.20 913 22.15 4950 23.03 20.45 +.75 -26.7 SemiMfg N SMI 18 9.14 4.49 369 6.28 1394 6.84 6.22 -.32 -26.6 SmLEDS rs Q LEDS 10.49 1.61 47 3.30 669 3.93 2.72 +.28 -11.5 SempraEn N SRE 3.58f 3.2 21 122.98 100.63 2081 111.13 9602 112.00 108.87 -.09 +3.9 Sempra pfA N SREpA 104.97 96.15 169 102.50 445 102.93 100.94 +.13 +3.4 Semtech Q SMTC 50 41.95 31.30 1490 40.90 4952 41.20 37.60 +1.85 +19.6 SendGrid n N SEND 32.03 17.50 4410 25.06 6111 28.37 23.77 -3.08 +4.5tSenecaA Q SENEA 10 38.15 27.00 21 28.45 91 29.70 27.00 +.75 -7.5tSenesTc n Q SNES 8.77 .45 47 .50 257 .56 .45 -.01 -31.0 SenHous Q SNH 1.56 9.9 10 22.52 14.90 786 15.77 6432 16.09 15.26 +.11 -17.7 SenHous 42 Q SNHNI 1.41 5.7 25.96 22.48 11 24.63 108 24.63 23.38 -.31 -2.5 SenHous 46 Q SNHNL 1.56 6.1 27.42 25.00 14 25.38 72 25.90 25.32 -.41 -5.5 Senmiao n Q AIHS 6.25 5.00 84 5.88 462 6.00 5.55 -.07 +4.1 Senomyx Q SNMX 1.71 .56 56 1.04 566 1.05 .87 +.15 -20.0 Sensient N SXT 1.32 1.9 21 84.98 65.60 236 69.37 1085 70.64 67.78 -1.21 -5.2 SensusHlt n Q SRTS 6.25 3.38 13 5.81 19 5.85 5.75 -.03 +12.6 SentEn n Q STNL 10.14 9.60 9.73 3 9.73 9.60 +.01 -.2 SentEn un Q STNLU 10.98 9.66 2 9.93 32 10.05 9.87 +.01 -.4 SequansC N SQNS 4.75 1.44 79 1.63 495 1.75 1.60 -.05 -14.7 SeqentialB Q SQBG 4.08 1.36 264 1.87 650 2.11 1.84 -.22 +5.1tSeresTh n Q MCRB 17.42 6.65 130 7.16 651 7.93 6.65 -.18 -29.4 Seritage n N SRG 1.00 2.8 50.00 34.07 265 35.13 1842 35.60 34.49 -.42 -13.2tSeritge pfA N SRGpA 1.75 8.4 24.52 20.02 13 20.92 84 21.59 20.02 -.59 -14.1 ServiceCp N SCI .68f 1.8 25 40.28 30.47 1266 37.70 6344 38.31 36.56 -.04 +1.0 ServiceMst N SERV 29 55.36 36.34 1144 50.82 4620 51.87 49.91 -.03 -.9 ServcNow N NOW 176.56 84.03 1177 162.94 9774 168.16 156.00 -2.51 +25.0 SvcSource Q SREV 4.17 2.61 1026 3.76 2459 3.92 3.59 -.05 +21.7 ServiFst s Q SFBS .44f 1.1 23 44.44 32.54 132 40.56 819 41.91 39.93 -.26 -2.3 Servotr A SVT .30e 3.2 12.80 8.50 8 9.46 43 9.84 9.20 -.44 -15.0 SevStars h Q SSC 7.00 1.26 749 3.05 9761 3.41 2.14 +.92 -33.8 SevernBc Q SVBI .12 1.7 33 8.20 6.70 7 7.25 36 7.46 7.20 +.05 -.1 ShakeShk n N SHAK 70 47.39 30.12 647 43.15 2898 43.59 40.48 +1.52 -.1 SharingE rs Q SEII 39 12.40 2.61 74 3.11 363 3.59 3.00 -.17 -59.0 Sharps Q SMED 5.73 3.74 3 4.41 23 4.59 4.31 -.14 +7.7sSharpSprg Q SHSP 7.64 3.07 26 6.45 174 7.64 6.04 +.08 +46.5 ShawCm g N SJR 1.18 23.44 18.50 630 19.15 3557 19.48 18.72 -.11 -16.1tShellMidst N SHLX 1.33f 6.6 16 33.25 20.08 1173 20.28 4635 21.12 19.42 -.77 -32.0 ShndTele s Q SHEN .26f .7 41.80 27.28 191 37.30 926 37.75 33.78 +1.30 +10.4 Sherwin N SHW 3.40 .9 29 435.15 308.30 701 385.71 3723 402.14 378.14 -6.41 -5.9 ShiftPixy n Q PIXY 11.64 2.00 90 2.68 647 2.98 2.60 -.17 -6.9 Shiloh Q SHLO 31 14.97 6.45 103 9.42 468 9.57 8.24 +.72 +14.9 Shineco n Q TYHT 5.19 1.31 13 1.63 224 1.69 1.40 +.01 -29.1 ShinhanFn N SHG 50.37 40.02 117 41.94 558 42.91 41.06 -.46 -9.6 ShipFin N SFL 1.40 9.8 12 15.98 12.30 486 14.30 2716 14.65 14.00 -7.7 Shire Q SHPG 1.05e .7 90 192.15 123.73 881 156.74 5238 159.04 145.91 +7.35 +1.0 ShoeCarnvl Q SCVL .30 1.3 21 28.38 15.08 156 23.86 2072 24.50 22.21 +.14 -10.8 Shopify n N SHOP 154.82 67.45 1089 117.42 7575 127.50 112.50 -7.17 +16.3 ShoreBcsh Q SHBI .28 1.5 21 19.80 15.17 24 18.24 97 19.13 17.92 -.62 +9.2sShotSpot n Q SSTI 33.00 9.33 224 31.88 1211 33.00 25.70 +5.38 +126.9 Shutterfly Q SFLY 86.41 39.76 711 80.03 3824 81.54 76.45 -1.22 +60.9 Shutterstk N SSTK 52.78 29.85 161 49.20 1229 50.26 46.72 +1.05 +14.3tSibanyeG N SBGL .14r 3.5 10.59 3.75 4472 3.99 18257 4.13 3.75 -21.0 SiderurNac N SID 3.55 1.76 1809 2.52 12240 2.71 2.47 -.11 +2.9 SiebertFn Q SIEB .10a 1.3 21.61 3.27 23 7.70 240 8.68 7.52 -.73 -43.0 SiennaBi n Q SNNA 29.25 13.37 44 19.34 422 20.02 17.75 +.56 +6.6 Sientra Q SIEN 16.68 7.20 158 9.26 997 9.75 9.07 -.40 -34.1 SierraBc Q BSRR .64f 2.4 18 28.87 23.10 26 26.32 140 27.08 25.72 -.32 -.9 SierraMt n A SMTS 3.00 2.13 55 2.58 370 2.70 2.55 +.01 +4.0 SierOnc g n Q SRRA 4.09 1.10 463 2.00 2883 2.21 1.91 -.07 -46.4 SierraWr Q SWIR 20 31.95 15.10 253 16.20 1163 16.70 16.10 -.30 -20.8 Sifco A SIF 8.75 5.00 2 5.98 22 6.00 5.15 +.45 -10.2 SifyTech Q SIFY .02e .8 3.15 .69 118 2.12 466 2.29 1.96 +.06 +18.5 SigmaDsg Q SIGM 7.00 5.40 512 6.10 2117 6.33 6.10 -.10 -12.2 SigmaLb n Q SGLB 4.48 1.33 22 1.47 105 1.55 1.35 +.03 -31.6 Sigmatr Q SGMA 11 11.61 4.89 6 5.70 30 5.87 5.50 -.10 -43.7 SignatBk Q SBNY 19 161.92 116.68 412 136.02 1969 141.90 135.14 -5.93 -.9tSignetJwlrs N SIG 1.24f 3.3 6 77.94 33.11 2061 37.43 14592 38.67 33.11 -1.09 -33.8 SilganHld s Q SLGN .40f 1.5 18 32.50 26.97 529 27.55 2669 28.50 27.08 -.30 -6.3 SilcLtd Q SILC 1.00 2.9 17 77.95 32.00 119 34.52 504 36.84 33.12 +.11 -50.8 SilcnLab Q SLAB 81 101.90 66.35 315 87.75 1331 90.70 85.96 -2.15 -.6 SilicnMotn Q SIMO 1.20 2.5 17 56.51 40.33 183 47.68 1565 49.28 47.39 -.44 -10.0sSlcnware Q SPIL .29e 3.3 24 8.75 7.70 83 8.70 256 8.75 8.59 +.05 +3.4 SilvrSun n Q SSNT .06e 5.22 2.90 5 3.75 7 3.99 3.33 -11.4 Silvrbow n N SBOW 33.21 19.89 28 30.00 177 30.00 27.95 +.90 +.9 Silvercrest Q SAMG .56f 3.5 24 16.80 11.85 8 15.90 60 16.00 13.95 +.70 -.9 SlvrcpMt n A SVM .02 3.43 2.12 231 2.63 1480 2.72 2.58 -.06 +.4 SimmnsFst s Q SFNC 18 30.90 24.88 213 27.90 1964 29.00 27.40 -.55 -2.3 SimonProp N SPG 7.80f 5.1 21 176.17 147.28 1199 154.10 7949 157.25 151.98 -.25 -10.3 Simon pfJ N SPGpJ 4.19 6.0 77.98 67.00 0 69.54 3 72.88 69.54 -2.08 -2.8 SimplyGd n Q SMPL 16.01 10.93 227 13.35 1633 13.74 13.00 -.38 -6.4 SimpsnM N SSD .84 1.5 30 61.62 39.82 156 56.82 1019 58.38 54.96 -.56 -1.0 Simulations Q SLP .24 1.6 46 17.45 10.55 56 15.30 167 15.50 14.35 +.55 -5.0 Sina Q SINA 46 124.60 68.33 739 96.68 4833 102.89 96.02 -7.59 -3.6 Sinclair Q SBGI .72 2.4 11 41.20 26.70 1120 29.95 7029 31.45 29.23 -1.35 -20.9 SinoGlobl Q SINO 3.99 1.04 23 1.10 345 1.16 1.07 -.02 -57.0 SinopcShg N SHI 64.43 50.67 37 62.31 182 62.91 60.55 +.99 +9.3 Sinovac h Q SVA 8.75 4.60 16 8.24 100 8.59 8.06 -.37 +4.6 SiriusXM Q SIRI .04 .7 35 6.62 4.73 15783 6.26 73894 6.36 6.08 +.02 +16.8 Siteone n N SITE 61 80.56 46.00 340 77.40 1246 78.72 73.11 +.36 +.9 SitoMobl rs Q SITO 8.60 2.06 122 3.63 1575 4.01 3.12 -.39 -46.0 SixFlags N SIX 3.12f 5.0 19 70.44 51.25 1322 62.16 4385 63.28 59.57 -.10 -6.6 Skechers s N SKX 25 42.73 22.64 2525 40.26 8696 41.46 37.82 +1.37 +6.4 SkySolar Q SKYS 2.43 .82 43 1.25 167 1.26 1.10 +.04 -16.7 SkyWest Q SKYW .40f .7 17 60.65 30.40 244 54.75 1019 56.45 52.30 +.35 +3.1sSkyline A SKY 26.83 5.07 76 24.27 513 26.83 21.01 +2.27 +88.9 SkywksSol Q SWKS 1.28 1.3 22 117.65 93.05 1766 95.56 9524 100.84 95.22 -4.70 +.6 SleepNmbr Q SNBR 25 40.72 24.21 572 34.88 2313 36.11 33.62 -.27 -7.2tSmart&Fnl N SFS 20 13.95 5.15 797 5.30 3120 5.90 5.15 -.25 -38.0 SmartFn rs Q SMBK 24 26.26 20.35 27 23.15 88 23.85 22.94 -.41 +6.7 SmartSnd n Q SND 16.67 4.81 597 6.06 4323 6.39 5.37 +.24 -30.0 Smith&N N SNN .61e 1.6 66 40.41 31.41 720 37.45 5242 38.26 37.11 -.25 +7.0 SmithAO s N AOS .72f 1.1 35 68.39 49.54 975 63.17 5827 65.52 60.87 -.42 +3.1 SmthM hrs Q SMSI 3.41 .81 82 1.69 321 1.87 1.63 -.06 -40.5 Smucker N SJM 3.12 2.5 17 134.12 99.57 1451 123.94 6147 126.49 118.65 -.07 -.2 SnapInc A n N SNAP 3.28 23.0 23.57 11.28 13233 14.25 114885 15.73 13.62 -1.62 -2.5 SnapOn N SNA 2.84 1.9 15 185.47 140.83 527 145.96 3319 151.54 143.05 -1.58 -16.3 SocCapH n N IPOA 10.85 9.85 13 10.06 618 10.07 10.00 +.03 -.3 SocCapH un N IPOA/U 10.97 10.02 29 10.65 510 10.68 10.50 +.08 +.5 SocilRltyA n Q SRAX 7.95 1.11 365 4.75 1075 4.99 3.70 +.92 -15.9 SocQ&M N SQM .99e 1.9 64.20 32.38 1239 51.37 4752 52.41 47.71 +2.22 -13.5 SocketM n Q SCKT 4.59 2.92 2 3.18 85 3.49 2.98 -.05 -11.2 SodaStrm Q SODA 35 96.32 48.68 163 93.59 1083 95.80 88.16 +1.76 +33.1tSogou n N SOGO 14.69 7.91 1033 8.12 7518 8.76 7.91 -.13 -29.8 Sohu.cm h Q SOHU 70.86 29.66 248 33.80 3611 36.34 30.89 +2.88 -22.0tSol-Gel n Q SLGL 12.23 9.70 28 10.39 76 10.80 9.00 +.09 -3.0 SolarCap Q SLRC 1.64 7.9 12 22.94 19.70 49 20.64 517 20.95 20.04 +.33 +2.1 SolarSCap Q SUNS 1.41 8.3 12 18.40 16.10 18 17.05 124 17.28 16.69 +.25 -4.0 SolarEdg n Q SEDG 33 58.20 15.05 678 54.23 3600 57.40 52.14 +1.63 +44.4 SolarOilf n N SOI 23.98 9.90 463 17.13 1942 17.93 15.96 +.57 -20.0 SolenoTh rs Q SLNO 3.75 1.32 1 1.84 52 1.85 1.55 +.03 +2.2 SolidBio n Q SLDB 33.74 6.83 144 9.54 1402 9.70 6.84 +2.04 -57.8 Soligenix n Q SNGX 5.08 1.74 43 1.84 362 1.96 1.81 -.11 -17.1tSolitario A XPL .91 .43 65 .46 508 .47 .43 -.00 -23.4 SonicAut N SAH .24f 1.3 10 22.75 15.95 216 19.20 1162 19.70 17.65 +.25 +4.1 SonicCorp Q SONC .64 2.4 18 30.05 22.11 879 26.23 4094 26.65 24.83 +1.00 -4.5 SonicFdry Q SOFO 5.25 2.05 0 2.26 14 2.30 2.18 +.03 -24.9 SonocoP N SON 1.56 3.3 20 55.77 46.55 316 47.84 2940 48.75 46.94 -.66 -10.0 SonomaPh Q SNOA 7.75 3.50 429 4.10 5261 4.80 3.57 +.42 -24.8 SonyCp N SNE 53.91 31.32 893 48.44 6770 49.31 47.71 +.10 +7.8 Sophiris Q SPHS 2.85 1.80 68 2.03 519 2.10 1.96 +.02 -10.6 SorrentoTh Q SRNE 44 10.65 1.50 3228 5.70 16836 5.85 4.50 +.55 +50.0 Sothebys N BID .40 .8 17 57.95 42.78 418 52.13 2700 53.45 49.37 +.82 +1.0 SotherlyH Q SOHO .46f 6.6 44 7.08 5.57 62 6.98 232 7.00 6.71 +.06 +8.2tSothrlyH pf Q SOHOB 2.00 8.0 27.32 24.75 1 24.94 19 25.18 24.75 -.05 -2.7 SthrlyH pf C Q SOHOO 1.97 7.9 25.76 24.50 3 24.80 8 25.10 24.80 -.20 -2.2 SouMoBc s Q SMBC .44 1.2 17 40.80 30.30 6 36.23 33 37.02 35.40 -.37 -3.6sSoundFin Q SFBC .48f 1.3 22 36.95 29.55 1 36.50 7 36.95 36.00 -.25 +7.3 SourcC N SOR 1.00f 2.5 42.97 37.21 23 39.78 88 40.03 39.00 -.12 -2.4 SoJerInd s N SJI 1.09 3.6 26 38.40 25.96 1195 29.92 3518 30.22 27.58 +1.76 -4.2 SouthState Q SSB 1.32 1.6 23 94.50 78.60 99 84.40 629 86.50 83.45 -.90 -3.2 SthcrssEn N SXE 4.74 1.44 32 1.64 487 1.72 1.57 +.01 -3.0 SCEd pfB A SCEpB 1.02 4.7 25.00 20.36 21.62 2 22.65 21.49 +.12 -6.0 SCEd pfD A SCEpD 1.08 4.8 26.43 21.37 0 22.30 4 22.94 21.99 -.20 -7.5 SCEd pfE A SCEpE 1.20 5.1 27.56 22.73 1 23.64 3 24.63 23.60 -.86 -7.0 SouthnCo N SO 2.32 5.2 50 53.51 42.38 4102 44.79 25067 45.24 43.90 +.13 -6.9 SouthCo 75 N SOJA 1.56 5.9 27.52 25.60 42 26.42 208 26.67 26.42 -.24 -2.1 SouthCo ef N SOJB 26.25 23.71 32 24.58 338 24.78 24.38 -.01 -4.4 SouthCo77 n N SOJC 1.31 5.4 25.78 23.25 29 24.24 245 24.40 24.00 -.06 -4.8sSthnCopper N SCCO .23e .4 46 56.66 32.63 716 54.72 5010 56.66 53.39 +.54 +15.3 SthnFstBsh Q SFST 22 46.70 31.50 23 44.45 79 45.65 44.05 -.05 +7.8 SoNatBcVa Q SONA .32 2.0 45 18.48 15.11 34 15.76 203 16.15 15.53 -.08 -1.7 SsdeBTX Q SBSI 1.12a 3.3 18 37.57 31.12 348 34.26 851 35.05 33.73 -.48 +1.7 SwstAirl N LUV .50f .9 9 66.99 49.76 5235 55.29 22864 57.19 53.79 -1.99 -15.5 SwtGas N SWX 2.08f 3.0 21 86.87 62.54 248 69.07 1415 69.73 66.49 +1.44 -14.2 SwGA Fn A SGB .44 2.2 15 24.00 18.50 1 20.23 3 21.00 20.18 -.67 -15.7 SwstnEngy N SWN 5 8.54 3.42 11836 4.26 66319 4.43 4.02 -.07 -23.7 SparkEn s Q SPKE .72 6.3 10 23.65 8.60 190 11.60 985 11.90 10.85 -.25 -6.5 SparkEn pf Q SPKEP 2.19 9.1 27.56 22.84 5 24.11 57 24.24 24.00 +.11 -9.4 SprkNtSE wi A LOV 15.40 10.15 0 14.60 5 14.87 14.09 -.30 +15.4 SparkTh n Q ONCE 91.75 41.06 389 62.06 2382 66.90 60.35 -4.53 +20.7 SpartnMot Q SPAR .10 .6 39 18.35 7.45 201 16.20 1783 17.25 15.85 -1.00 +2.9 SprtnNash Q SPTN .72f 4.0 37.83 16.32 177 18.04 1187 18.29 16.86 +.83 -32.4 Sparton N SPA 21 23.59 16.35 178 18.71 479 19.27 17.37 +1.30 -18.9 SpdFosFr n N EFAX 77.82 64.27 1 72.05 5 72.33 70.91 -.17 -1.1 SpdDbShDu N STOT 50.04 47.00 9 48.92 19 49.00 48.80 -.18 -1.0 SpdEmFos N EEMX 76.80 57.86 10 69.21 11 71.44 69.10 -1.86 -.8 SpdDbEMk N EMTL 52.27 49.07 4 49.16 24 49.29 49.11 -.29 -2.4 SpecOpps N SPE 1.19e 2.4 16.20 14.48 50 14.80 141 14.91 14.65 +.06 -.5 SpcOpp pfB N SPEpB .88 3.4 26.54 25.17 10 25.58 22 25.90 25.50 -.02 -1.0 SpectraEP N SEP 2.95f 9.0 10 46.47 32.12 706 32.90 2839 33.75 32.34 -.74 -16.8 SpectrmB N SPB 1.68 1.7 18 146.09 89.37 445 97.86 2777 103.05 95.74 -5.84 -12.9 SpectPh Q SPPI 23.50 5.47 1453 14.31 6974 16.20 14.00 -1.78 -24.5 SpeedM N TRK .60 3.5 19 23.47 16.80 38 17.24 286 18.20 16.88 -.58 -8.6 SperoTh n Q SPRO 15.40 9.66 84 13.86 269 14.71 13.08 -.39 +18.0 Sphr3D grs Q ANY 7.25 .88 245 .91 3041 1.02 .88 -.09 -62.8 Spherix rs Q SPEX 4.75 .89 20 1.03 752 1.21 .97 -.17 -26.4 SpF LgCap n N FMDG 33.20 26.89 1 28.60 6 29.11 27.84 -.55 +2.1 Spire N SR 2.25f 3.1 21 82.85 60.09 162 73.65 1159 74.25 71.25 +1.35 -2.0 SpiritAero N SPR .10 18 105.20 51.85 1154 80.57 5788 84.26 79.54 -3.13 -7.7 SpiritAir N SAVE 11 60.28 30.32 792 37.74 5513 38.42 36.02 -.04 -15.9 SpiritRltC N SRC .72 8.9 12 10.60 6.64 7756 8.05 31144 8.17 7.73 +.29 -6.2 SpiritR pfA N SRCpA 1.50 7.0 26.40 21.00 18 21.56 93 21.72 21.00 -.17 -13.2 Splunk Q SPLK 112.66 54.17 1121 97.46 6902 101.15 94.39 -.93 +17.6 SpokHldgs Q SPOK .50 3.2 34 20.60 13.75 60 15.50 679 15.70 14.25 +.55 -1.0 SportsWhs Q SPWH 10 6.99 3.40 745 4.99 4067 5.05 3.90 +.91 -24.5stSpotify n N SPOT 169.00 135.51 3827 147.92 53386 169.00 135.51 -.7tSpragueRs N SRLP 2.50 10.8 16 30.75 22.95 64 23.15 178 24.29 22.85 -.70 -4.3 SprBkPh n Q SBPH 18.93 7.95 27 13.50 122 15.57 13.43 -1.88 +.4 Sprint N S 3 9.22 4.81 8811 5.15 54053 5.23 4.81 +.27 -12.6 SprottSilv N PSLV 7.04 5.83 450 6.03 1950 6.14 6.00 -.01 -4.9 SprottFoc Q FUND .75e 9.6 8.39 6.84 16 7.79 317 7.85 7.65 -1.6 SprottGold N PHYS 11.15 9.83 414 10.83 2642 10.91 10.75 +.08 +2.3 SprottPPP N SPPP 9.91 7.44 75 8.13 202 8.53 8.06 -.40 -12.9 Sprouts Q SFM 25 28.29 17.55 1588 23.81 6862 24.36 22.66 +.34 -2.2 Square n N SQ 58.46 16.66 14174 45.87 56816 49.37 44.94 -3.33 +32.3 StaarSur Q STAA 17.60 8.95 118 14.10 514 15.25 13.95 -.70 -9.0tStaff360 rs Q STAF 6.60 1.51 78 2.13 299 2.34 1.51 -.21 -32.4 STAG Indl N STAG 1.39 5.9 32 28.95 22.42 629 23.63 3116 24.05 23.21 -.29 -13.5 STAG pfB N STAGpB 1.66 6.6 26.16 24.91 1 25.10 9 25.15 24.97 -.01 -.6 STAG pfC N STAGpC 27.74 24.76 1 25.45 11 25.50 25.32 +.05 -2.8 StageStrs N SSI .20 7.3 3.00 1.45 588 2.75 2886 2.85 2.14 +.57 +63.7 Stamps.cm Q STMP 24 233.13 100.55 223 206.55 1487 212.94 193.95 +5.50 +9.9 SP Matls N XLB .98e 1.7 64.17 51.27 7880 56.51 38126 58.12 55.21 -.43 -6.6 SP HlthC N XLV 1.01e 1.3 91.79 73.16 12165 79.88 49237 82.27 78.74 -1.52 -3.4 SP CnSt N XLP 1.28e 2.4 58.95 50.81 12941 52.42 112651 53.23 51.11 -.21 -7.9 SP Consum N XLY 1.12e 1.1 109.34 86.55 8765 100.68 39635 103.20 97.48 -.61 +2.0 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 17 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, April 7, 2018

PAGE 88

SP Engy N XLE 2.04e 3.0 78.39 61.80 18751 67.35 77874 69.02 64.93 -.06 -6.8 SPDR Fncl N XLF .46e 1.7 30.33 22.89 88264 27.17 353477 28.04 26.55 -.40 -2.7 SP Inds N XLI 1.12e 1.5 80.96 64.02 18339 72.77 102470 75.02 71.78 -1.52 -3.8 SP Tech N XLK .78e 1.2 71.34 52.33 19981 64.05 98563 66.09 63.15 -1.37 +.2 SpdrRESel N XLRE 34.02 29.17 5658 30.88 27812 31.34 30.48 -.20 -6.3 SP Util N XLU 1.55e 3.1 57.23 47.37 14305 50.42 76539 51.00 49.78 -.11 -4.3 StdMotor N SMP .84f 1.7 28 54.73 40.56 159 48.36 555 49.34 46.10 +.79 +7.7 Standex N SXI .72f .7 20 110.00 84.30 50 96.55 261 99.10 94.10 +1.20 -5.2 StanBlkDk N SWK 2.52 1.7 21 176.62 130.04 1189 149.67 6272 155.47 147.46 -3.53 -11.8 StanB&D 52 N SWJ 1.44 5.7 26.00 24.88 13 25.32 106 25.48 25.16 +.14 +.4 StanBlD un N SWP 128.00 105.77 212 111.00 306 116.04 111.00 -3.55 -9.6 Stantec g N STN .55f 16 29.25 22.25 15 24.45 122 24.80 24.30 -.20 -12.5 StarBulk rs Q SBLK 13.40 7.57 234 10.82 1344 11.72 10.52 -.81 -3.9 StrBlk22 n Q SBLKZ 2.08 8.3 26.00 23.58 1 25.10 26 25.34 25.00 -.12 -.9 StarGas N SGU .44 4.5 15 11.70 8.74 74 9.72 877 9.88 9.35 +.37 -9.6 StarsGp g Q TSG 29.80 15.85 154 26.35 1541 27.70 26.28 -1.20 +13.1 Starbucks s Q SBUX 1.20 2.1 28 64.87 52.58 8258 58.34 51014 59.27 55.38 +.45 +1.6tStarret N SCX .40 6.2 21 10.40 6.08 6 6.45 87 7.00 6.08 -.30 -25.0 Startek N SRT 65 14.78 8.49 131 9.14 792 9.80 9.00 -.64 -8.3 StarwdPT N STWD 1.92 9.2 11 23.01 19.47 1660 20.97 9142 21.16 20.69 +.02 -1.8 StatAutF Q STFC .40 1.4 30.85 22.11 31 28.08 206 28.87 27.82 -.49 -3.6 StateBkFn Q STBZ .80f 2.7 21 31.75 24.65 156 29.82 624 30.76 29.04 -.19 -.1 StateStr N STT 1.68 1.7 18