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WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY WWW.VENICEGONDOLIERSUN.COM FOR HOME DELIVERY, CALL 941207 1300Good morning, Gondolier Sun subscriber Dave Wathen FRONT SECTION OUR TOWN SECTION IN THIS EDITION COUPONS DEATHSLEGALS ........................................10A LOTTERY ........................................2A OBITUARIES ..................................4A POLICE BEAT ................................6A SPORTS ........................................14A WEATHER ......................................2A CLASSIFIEDS .....................2024B COMICS/PUZZLES ............2527B OPINION .....................................5B RELIGION ...................................6B VENUE .........................................3B TV BOOK HEALTH & LEISURE Oak Farms Nursery ..................A6 Forest Resources ....................A10 Ann Dodderidge $1.00 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 73 | NO. 16LOCAL NEWS COVER TO COVER | FLORIDAS #1 WEEKLY NEWSPAPERVENICE GONDOLIER SUNwww.yoursun.com Saturday, June 2, 2018 The Venice Police Department has released the name of another young man killed while riding his bicycle on the streets of Venice. Kalam Chui, 21, was pronounced dead at the scene of a traf“c crash that occurred at Nokomis Ave. S. and Palermo Place (a block from Tamiami Trail) on Wednesday, May 30, at approximately 2:55 p.m. Police say a delivery truck was involved, but are still piecing together exactly what happened. A crash report was not available as of Friday afternoon. The accident remains under investigation by VPDs traf“c homicide section. According to Chuis Facebook pro“le, he lived in Venice, was previously from Boston, attended high school in Hong Kong, and worked at the Venice Car Wash & Detail Center since 2014. Next of kin has been noti“ed, according to a City of Venice press release issued on Thursday. Its the third death of a young man traveling by foot or bicycle on or near Tamiami Trail in the past few weeks. On May 23, 19-year-old Timothy Witman was on his bicycle crossing Tamiami Trail in South Venice by Alligator Drive when he was struck and killed. On May 20, another 19-year old, Zachary Obry, died at the hands of a hit and run driver. The driver was later arrested and charged with the deadly crash, which occurred on Tamiami Trail in Osprey, just south of Short Drive.Concerns aired, plea madeThe Florida Highway Patrol Another young bicyclist killed in traffic crashBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR PHOTO COURTESY OF WWSB ABC 7First responders secure the area of a truck-versus-bicycle crash near Venice Regional Bayfront Health on Wednesday. The bicyclist died on scene. FACEBOOK PHOTOKALAM CHUI Visitors to the city are quite familiar with the three bridges to use to get on and off the island. But its a short, less-traveled two-lane span that has the attention of the state and the Venice City Council. The Capri Isles Boulevard bridge over Curry Creek, close to the Capri Isles Golf Club, is the only structurally de“cient bridge in Sarasota County, according to City Engineer Kathleen Weeden. Built in 1971, it gets about 3,000 trips per day and, for now, is still safe to travel. The problem is with its substructure. Twelve of the prestressed concrete piles that support the bridge have moderate cracks, spalls (chipping or ”aking), scaling and some delaminations (separation of layers),Ž while two show severe cracks, spalls, scaling, delaminations and corrosion of non-prestressed reinforcement,Ž reports prepared for the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) show.Capri Isles bridge is structurally deficientBy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITER FDOT PHOTOThe Capri Isles Boulevard bridge over Curry Creek has been declared structurally decient by the Florida Department of Transportation, but no travel restrictions have been placed on it. € See Full Story, More Photos on Page A14 Anything that could have stood in Venice baseballs path to a 7A state title seemed to make an appearance in the championship round Thursday night. But even rain delays, extra innings and official rulings couldnt prevent the Indians from defeating Pace High School, 3-1, to win the state championship. Once a weak pop-out settled in Indians second baseman Chase Latchfords glove for the “nal out of the game, the Venice baseball team celebrated as champions should „ joining each other in a dog pile of glee on the pitchers mound to the delight of hundreds of Venice fans in attendance at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers. I just cant believe were in this position,Ž Venice baseball coach Craig Faulkner said. These guys have battled all year long. Its really humbling and were very blessed to be standing here today. That other team is a really good team and they couldve won this game just like we did many times. Were just fortunate once again.Ž The Indians, whose 7A State Championship was won in the early hours of Friday morning, had to scratch and claw their way to victory over Pace in a tight game full of dramatics. In a game that featured lights-out pitching, game-saving defense and even a head-scratching meeting with rules officials, the Indians would not be denied their third school state championship in the 2017-18 school year. Joining the football team and girls volleyball team as team sports state champions, Venice baseball claimed its first state title since 2015 with its dramatic win over the Patriots.Title Town Again!By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITOR PHOTOS BY MARC BEAUDINIndians pitcher Reese Jackowiak is lifted up after his team won the state title. See full story, more photos on Page A14.Venice baseball wins state title in crazy game Venice Indians players gathered with head coach Craig Faulkner, left, following the 7A State championship win against the Pace Patriots, Thursday, at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers. The Indians won 3-1 in 9 innings. The Indians celebrate their championship following the 7A State championship game. 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2A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION SUNRISE, SUNSET VENICE TIDES Sunrise/setTonights sunset 8:20 p.m. Tomorrows sunrise 6:35 a.m.Moonrise/setMoonrise 11:45 p.m. Moonset 9:53 a.m. EASTERN STANDARD TIMEDATE HIGH HIGH LOW LOW P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. SAT 2 1:58 4:47 10:32 7:50 SUN 3 2:42 5:36 11:17 8:40 MON 4 3:33 6:24 „ 9:51 TUE 5 4:35 7:07 12:05a 11:24 WED 6 5:52 7:44 1:04 12:53 *STRONG TIDE a „ A.M. p „ P.M.ALMANAC ABC 7 WEATHER VENICE OUTLOOK Florida Lottery www.flalottery.com PICK 2May 31N ............ .................... 9-9 May 31D .............. .................. 7-1 May 30N ............. ................... 5-8 May 30D ................ ................ 9-8 May 29N ................. ............... 0-5 May 29D ................ ................ 2-0 D-Day, N-Night PICK 3May 31N ......... .................... 4-4-9 May 31D ............. ................ 2-8-1 May 30N ............. ................ 3-7-8 May 30D .............. ............... 9-0-0 May 29N .............. ............... 0-8-1 May 29D ............. ................ 5-5-0 D-Day, N-Night PICK 4May 31N ...... ................... 6-1-2-6 May 31D ........ ................. 1-6-8-6 May 30N .............. ........... 1-4-7-9 May 30D ............. ............ 8-1-6-5 May 29N ............ ............. 5-1-4-8 May 29D ............. ............ 8-8-4-6 D-Day, N-Night PICK 5May 30N ........ .............. 3-2-5-1-2 May 30D .......... ............ 5-8-5-1-2 May 29N .......... ............ 0-7-9-5-6 May 29D .......... ............ 2-7-9-3-5 May 28N .......... ............ 9-7-6-9-2 May 28D ............ .......... 6-2-2-2-5 D-Day, N-Night FANTASY 5May 30 ........ ........ 6-16-17-21-31 May 29 ........ ........ 6-25-32-34-35 May 28 ......... ....... 6-14-19-21-33PAYOFF FOR May 301 5-digit winners ....$187,914.87 291 4-digit winners .........$55.00 8,733 3-digit winners ......$18.50 CASH FOR LIFEMay 31 ..... ........... 1-28-42-47-55 Cash Ball ........... ....................... 4 € € € May 28 ...... ........ 13-29-31-34-47 Cash Ball ........ .......................... 1 PAYOFF FOR May 280 5-of-5 CB ................$1,000/Day 0 5-of-5 ..................$1,000/Week 7 4-of-5 CB .......................$2,500 8 4-of-5 ...............................$500 LUCKY MONEYMay 29 ............ ....... 20-33-37-42 Lucky Ball ................ ............... 11 € € € May 25 ...... ............. 10-13-42-44 Lucky Ball ........ ......................... 3PAYOFF FOR May 290 4-of-4 LB ...................$600,000 3 4-of-4 .......................$1,568.00 35 3-of-4 LB ...................$294.50 446 3-of-4 ........................$68.00 LOTTOMay 30 .. ........ 2-41-46-48-50-52 May 26 ....... ....... 4-8-9-42-46-53PAYOFF FOR May 300 6-digit winners .....$3.5 million 9 5-digit winners ........$7,546.50 583 4-digit winners .........$90.00 POWERBALLMay 30 ... ........... 17-23-26-46-68 Powerball ......... ...................... 20 € € € May 26 ......... ....... 1-21-31-45-49 Powerball .......... ..................... 21PAYOFF FOR May 300 5 of 5 + PB ...........$306 Million 0 5 of 5 ........................$1 Million 0 4 of 5 + PB ..................$50,000 20 4 of 5 ..............................$100ESTIMATED JACKPOT$74 million MEGA MILLIONSMay 29 ........ ........ 2-11-55-58-67 Mega Ball ........... ...................... 2 € € € May 25 ..... ......... 11-14-51-64-68 Mega Ball ......... ...................... 25PAYOFF FOR May 290 5 of 5 + MB ............$40 Million 0 5 of 5 ........................$1 Million 0 4 of 5 + MB .................$10,000 16 4 of 5 ..............................$500ESTIMATED JACKPOT$97 million 93 76 High LowTODAY 92 77 High LowSUNDAY 94 75 High LowMONDAY 91 74 High LowTUESDAY Although boating is a year-round activity in Southwest Florida, local law enforcement and boating organizations are taking the opportunity to emphasize safe boating this weekend, since Memorial Day is the start of boating season nationwide. With the most registered vessels, Florida also leads the nation in boating accidents. Last year, there were 766 reportable boating accidents across the state „ 52 more than in 2016. Sixty-one of those accidents included fatalities, resulting in 67 deaths. Thats a slight jump from the 59 people killed in boating accidents in 2016. Although there were no boating fatalities in Charlotte County last year, Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce Cpl. Brad Stender said the Marine Unit will be out in full force this weekend. Memorial Day, Labor Day and the Fourth of July tend to be their busiest days to enforce and educate out on the water. A pretty simple thing to keep in mind while youre boating is wear your life jacket,Ž he said. Oftentimes were on these rescues where people end up in the water, they dont expect to end up in the water. They dont have time to reach for a life jacket.Ž Drowning is the primary cause of death in boating accidents, accounting for 52 percent of all deaths. The Marine Units also encourages boaters to keep an eye on the sky,Ž which will be especially important with the heavy rain and thunderstorms expected today. Rob Klepper, public information of“cer for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, said boaters should be checking the NOAA weather radio regularly to make sure theyre not caught unaware by rapidly changing weather. Awareness of surroundings is also crucial in avoiding a collision with other boats, which was the leading type of accident last year, with operator inattention being the primary cause. Its been like this over the last few years,Ž Klepper said. One of the most important outreach messages is telling people to use a 360-degree scan and scan constantly, because hazards can be present on the water in any direction.Ž Cpl. Stender said another main focus of the Marine Unit is asking people to have a ”oat plan. Tell a loved one or a friend where youre going to be “shing at,Ž he said. In the event you dont come home in a certain time or a storm picks up, at least we have a rough area to look for you to start searching.Ž Florida waters can be especially dangerous to those who arent familiar with the area or with boating in general. According to FWC data, 57 percent of operators in boating accidents had no formal boating education. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce holds a boat safety course twice a year in April and October. Additionally, the Peace River Sail and Power Squadron offers an eightto 12-hour class called Americas Boating Course, typically offered over two or three Saturdays. Executive Of“cer Ron Jones said the course introduces boaters not only to safety boating but to boating in the local area. So many people that move down here are new to the area, and the waters of Charlotte Harbor can be deceptive if youre used to boating on the Great Lakes,Ž he said. In the case of the Great Lakes, you get a couple feet off the shore line and you may be in 20, 30, 40 feet of water. Charlotte County has got a lot of skinny water. Its very shallow.Ž Its easy to run aground in the harbor, he said, which is not only embarrassing but can also damage the boat. The squadron also provides seminars on using charts and GPS, preparing your boat for a hurricane, and how to make your own weather forecast. Its kind of frightening when you get out there and you realize that youre in a small open boat, your safe harbor is right in front of you, and in between the two is a large thunderstorm,Ž he said. Thats not where you really want to be.Ž In addition to the classes, the squadron has 18 life jacket stations throughout the county, with sizes available ranging from infant to XXL Adult. Jones said a lot of area grandparents have their children and grandchildren down to visit but realize before going out on a boat ride they dont have the life jackets they need for the whole family. Life jackets at the stations are available to borrow for free. All we ask is if you borrow it, bring it back,Ž Jones said. If youre getting ready to go out and realize you dont have one, wed rather maintain a life jacket stand where you can borrow one than risk you going out on the water and having an accidental drowning.ŽEmail: aeasker@sun-herald.com Safety urged as boating season kicks offBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER UPCOMING PEACE RIVER SAIL AND POWER SQUADRON CLASSESJune 4: Weather July 7: Americas Boating Course (runs three Saturdays) Aug. 4: Hurricanes and Boats For more info, call 941-637-0766. 2017 BOA TING ACCIDENT STATISTICSCounty Reportable Accidents Fatalities Injuries Property Damage Accident Rate* Charlotte 9 0 8 $12,500 1:2,536 Sarasota 21 1 14 $258,900 1:1,803 Statewide 766 67 437 $8,531,187 1:1,488*Number of registered vessels divided by the number of accidents„ Source: Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission adno=54534931 YourStyle Fashion & Beauty In Our Town adno=54535884 adno=54535440Summer Sale June 2nd thru 9thUNIQUE EUROPEAN FASHIONS FROM PETITE TO PLUS! 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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 3ASubtropical Storm Alberto wreaked more havoc in the Florida Panhandle and the Deep South than it did locally. Manasota Key and other barrier islands saw some erosion along its Gulf shoreline from high surf, but no other impacts were reported locally „ outside of persistent rain over the Memorial Day weekend. We had a slight up-tick in motor vehicle accidents, but nothing outside of the ordinary for the rainy season,Ž Charlotte County spokesman Brian Gleason said Tuesday. County Public Works staff had received no reports of signi“cant beach erosion but intended Tuesday to inspect the Gulf shoreline. The Englewood Area Fire Control District didnt responded to any stormrelated calls. Regarding erosion, (Sarasota County) staff is out on Siesta and Casey keys today, and will be inspecting Manasota tomorrow,Ž Sarasota County spokesman Drew Winchester said in an email Monday. Will pass along any additional info when we have it.Ž Damian Ochab, president of the South Manasota/Sandpiper Key Association, said he received reports from residents about rough surf resulting in erosion. I am out of town but my neighbor says: Its been giving and taking with more taking,Ž Ochab reported in an email Sunday. The “nger canals on the south end of Manasota Key were “lled to the rims during high tide. Mark Timchula „ better known as the Beach Guy,Ž who rents umbrellas and chairs at the public Englewood Beach „ said the public beach showed some signs of erosion, but not any more than is usually seen after a storm. He suspects the sand will return once the stormy weather passes. Im beat,Ž Brenda Bossman said Monday. She is the state permit holder overseeing the volunteer sea turtle patrols on Knight and Don Pedro islands, south of Stump Pass. Its a mess out there with the higher surf,Ž Bossman said. Several sea turtle nests, laid nearer the Gulf shoreline, were washed out. The south shoreline of Stump Pass showed no signs of erosion, but south of there, along the Gulf shoreline of Palm Island Resort, showed additional signs of erosion, Bossman said. Even though Alberto caused minor erosion, that didnt relieve worries on Manasota Key, Ochab suggested. He noted how the storm passed 100 miles offshore and wasnt even considered a tropical storm. Its minor because (erosion) hasnt hit any building foundations,Ž Ochab said. Alberto ate away 3 to 4 feet of beach height and 10 to 15 feet of beach width in spots, according to the reports Ochab received from residents. Help may be in the of“ng. Manasota Key, from the Sarasota-Charlotte county line south to the Stump Pass State Park Beach, Knight and Don Pedro islands, could soon see their shorelines protected by a beach management program. An eight-year assessment of property owners will help to pay for a $28 million initial beach renourishment project for the barrier islands. Charlotte County and state funding are expected to help offset the costs to property owners for a maintained beach. All Manasota and Sandpiper Key property owners „ west of the Tom Adams Bridge and south of Sarasota-Charlotte county line „ will be assessed into the taxing unit. A public hearing for commissioners to set a proposed assessment rate is scheduled for July 19.Email: reilly@sun-herald.comAlberto erodes barrier islands shorelinesBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER PROVIDED BY DAMIAN OCHABSubtropical Storn Alberto churned the Gulf of Mexico all weekend, nally making landfall Monday in the Florida Panhandle. The waves associated with the storm caused some erosion problems on Manasota Key. Fallen palm trees. Higher escarpments that now resemble small cliffs ƒ closer to the tree line. More uncovered rocks in the surf. Those are just some of latest observations at Caspersen Beach after recent hard rains „ the aftermath of subtropical storm Alberto that came through Memorial Day weekend. The beach erosion has been steady, and continuing. In 2015 erosion at Caspersen, again, began drawing attention. A newly built restroom and parking lot helped handle the crowds, but Mother Nature had a different plan. Walkways across from the parking lot began failing due to erosion and had to be rebuilt. A large stairwell leading to the beach was separated from land by erosion and had to be removed „ a stairway to nowhere. County of“cials huddled. In the latter part of 2016, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Resource Management, penned an updated report on Critically Eroded Beach in Florida. The report described the seven beaches in Sarasota County designated as critically eroded. As a result, the Board of County Commissioners assigned staff to analyze of how shoreline erosion has progressed on Manasota Key, and to scrub the potential for developing a beach nourishment project. That assignment also initially included Caspersen Beach, said county spokesman Drew Winchester. However, as the initial report was completed and further discussion ensued between the Sarasota and Charlotte County Board of County Commissioners, the focus was drawn entirely to the southernmost portion of Manasota Key where an engineering study is currently underway to determine the feasibility and need for beach nourishment at that location. There are no plans for nourishment at Caspersen Beach at this time,Ž Winchester said. City of Venice of“cials Mother Nature continues to transform Caspersen BeachBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITORare also monitoring the situation, but Caspersen is technically located in the unincorporated part of the county and is the countys responsibility. A bad experience at Caspersen Beach, say local of“cials, might send beachgoers north to Venices beaches, placing additional pressure on its resources. The increasing beach scour witnessed this weekend at Caspersen is due to naturally occurring beach processes and made more severe due to recent storms and associated winds and wave action, say county of“cials. 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4A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONAnn DodderidgeAnn Dodderidge (ne Thornberry), 87, died peacefully Saturday, May 12, 2018, in Lenexa, Kansas. She was a generous individual who loved being involved in numerous groups, including Chi Omega in Sarasota, the Venice Area Computer Group and Venice Theatre. She was an active member of St. Marks Episcopal Church in Venice, Florida. Ann is survived by her husband, Richard W. Dodderidge; three sons, Richard II (Vicki), John (Tammy) and Daniel (Nancy); four grandchildren; two nieces; and one nephew. Fond memories and condolences may be left for the family at Johnson CountyChapel.com. | 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. There is an additional charge for faxed or hand-delivered obituaries, and for photos. The Venice Gondolier Sun publishes on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Obituary deadlines are noon for faxes and 2 p.m. for emails the day before publication. For more information, call 941-206-1028. A major drug arrest “rst reported by the Venice Gondolier Sun last week has turned out to be the largest methamphetamine bust ever in Sarasota County. Thats according to Sheriff Tom Knight, who held a news conference in partnership with a Drug Enforcement Agency of“cial on Thursday. Knight announced the results of a sixmonth-long undercover investigation that yielded signi“cant quantities of methamphetamine and well over $100,000 in cash. Detectives began their investigation in October 2017 when they connected Brian Tharp, who lives on North Jackson Road in Venice, with obtaining and distributing large amounts of meth. Over the next six months, detectives worked to identify Tharps associates and others who may be involved within his network. That investigation continues. Knight said the arrests signal a new increase in the drug within the county. Mike Ferguson, with the Drug Enforcement Agency Tampa Of“ce, said the meth presented at the press conference is more dangerous than ever, and is a direct result of Mexican drug cartel activity, which is transporting the illegal drugs into Georgia and then down into Florida. Key arrests that led to this weeks press conference are: On Feb. 11, deputies conducted a traf“c stop on Garry McLeod, 53, in South Venice. He was taken into custody after discovering drug paraphernalia in the vehicle. McLeod agreed to a search where deputies recovered nearly 24 grams of meth hidden inside his shoe. McLeod, of Tarpon Road in Venice, was charged with traf“cking in methamphetamine. On March 15, detectives received information that 26-year-old Dylan Woodward was selling drugs out of a hotel room in North Port. A search warrant was executed where detectives located more than 170 grams of meth, oxycodone pills, various drug paraphernalia, and $740 in cash. Woodward, of North Pearl Avenue in Nokomis, was arrested and charged with traf“cking in methamphetamine and possession of a controlled substance. On May 18, detectives arrested Sarasota resident, 45-yearold Kevin Preston, on a warrant after he provided meth that was sold to undercover detectives back in January. At the time of his arrest during a search of his vehicle, detectives recovered an additional 87 grams of meth, 58 grams of cannabis, and 10 prescription pills. Preston was subsequently charged with traf“cking in methamphetamine, possession of cannabis and possession of a controlled substance. On May 19, detectives circled back to Tharp and executed search warrants at his home in the 300 block of North Jackson Road, as well as his storage unit off Center Road. The investigation yielded more than eight pounds of meth with an estimated street value of $380,000, $163,000 in cash, nearly 400 grams of cannabis, 67 prescription pills, and a semiautomatic handgun. Both Tharp and his 25-year-old girlfriend Carley Poettker were arrested and charged with traf“cking in methamphetamine. Tharp also faces a single count of possession of alprazolam with additional charges pending. He remains in custody on $501,500 bond while Poettker remains in custody on $500,000 bond. Kevin Preston, Garry McLeod, and Dylan Woodward have all been released. Combined, the “ve defendants have 84 prior felony charges with 20 convictions and 67 prior misdemeanor charges with 22 convictions, according to a Sheriffs Of“ce press release. Signi“cant prior charges include ”eeing to elude, possession of synthetic narcotics with intent to sell, and aggravated battery. During this operation, a total of 8.49 pounds (3,849 grams) of methamphetamine and 454.6 grams of cannabis were seized. This operation not only took drugs and weapons off the street but it also disrupted one of the most signi“cant distribution networks in Sarasota County,Ž Knight said. The results of this operation are something this community should be very proud of.Ž There is an ebb and ”ow when it comes to illicit drugs and its something we see nationwide,Ž he added. While we were strongly vocalizing our concerns with heroin and fentanyl around this same time last year, we are now seeing meth in large quantities and its something this community needs to be made aware of.  Knight also made a plea for the judicial system to take drug dealers like Tharp off the streets. Tharp is a proli“c offender with nearly two dozen arrests in Sarasota County,Ž Knight said. He also spent two stints in prison for ”eeing to elude and possession of a controlled substance and battery on a “rst responder. My hope is this is the last time he will be out dealing drugs in the county. I hope he gets a nice long prison term.Ž Ferguson, with the DEA, said the meth coming into Sarasota County is stronger than ever, and like heroin and fentanyl, can kill. The meth before you today is probably 90 percent pure. Years ago we used to see it come in crystal form at 50 percent purity, now its 90. Last year along the southwest United States border, there was 21,000 kg of meth seized. The pro“ts are immense and thats the reason youre seeing this scourge grow. Pro“ts.Ž Knight said the con“scated money will eventually be redistributed to local charities. Operation Night Train was conducted with assistance from the Of“ce of the Attorney Generals Of“ce and members of the DEA.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comMeth bust largest in county historyBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR PHOTOS PROVIDEDThe Sarasota County Sheris Oce shows o some of the 8.4 pounds of methamphetamine yielded from Operation Night Train. 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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 5ATwo suspects responsible for shots fired in Nokomis are unaccounted for,Ž but there is no immediate concern for the safety of the public, according to the Sarasota County Sheriffs Office. The shots were fired just before midnight on Thursday in the 100 block of Avenida de Bahia and the 400 block of Church Street. Its believed that the two incidents are related, said Lt. B. Gregory, in a Sheriffs Office press release issued Friday morning. There were no reported injuries from the incidents. Sheriffs Office Emergency Response Team members were searching an area along I-75 near River Road on Friday for its possible connection to the shootings, but no further details were provided. Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Sheriffs Office Criminal Investigations Section at 941-861-4900. An anonymous tip can also be left with Crime Stoppers by calling 941-366-TIPS (8477), online at sarasota crimestoppers.com or by texting TIP109 plus a message to CRIMES (274637).Investigation into shots fired underwayBy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOR Some of the cracks are as long as 5 feet, 6 inches and up to three-eighths of an inch wide, according to the 2016 report. All of the piles have cracks at least 4 feet long, it states. The bridge deck has some cracks as well but it isnt itself considered to be in poor condition. The bridge as a whole is, however, and has been since being downgraded in an October 2014 inspection report that noted section loss of the prestressed cables of Piles 2-7 and 3-3.Ž This deterioration has continued to advance from inspection to inspection,Ž according to an Oct. 5, 2017, Signi“cant De“ciency Advisory from the Florida Department of Transportation, resulting in further section loss to the structural members. If continued to be left unrepaired, the corrosion and section loss will continue to advance and could result in a critical situation. The letter recommends repairs to the two piles and requests noti“cation of when the work has been completed. Despite the bridges condition, FDOT says theres currently no need to impose weight restrictions on the vehicles crossing it.On the agendaThe City Council will discuss the bridge at its June 12 meeting. It has already been a topic of conversation twice recently, however. At both meetings in May, the Council voted on elements of the downtown road project in addition to the work covered in the base contract. Some of those elements were eligible for funding from the bonds approved by voters in 2016, but others werent. Weeden identified 1-cent sales surtax money as a potential funding source for those, and said that about $1.3 million in bond money that was budgeted for Phase 1 of the project and had gone unspent could be used for the bridge, according to the citys bond counsel. That drew rebukes from Mayor John Holic and Vice Mayor Bob Daniels that its not staffs job to decide how to spend city funds. Besides the downtown road work, the bond revenue also has to cover a utility project on Nokomis Avenue that was delayed for a year and the paving of the remainder of the streets the bonds were approved for. We were just simply trying to show you that even if we have to use bond money towards that ƒ provided Council agrees with that expenditure, that we could use it towards that bridge,Ž Weeden said. But the funding issue wasnt the only thing Daniels was upset about. The reports on the condition of the bridge hadnt yet been shared with the Council, he said. They were provided last week. He also said the city should be pursuing other funding options. The Department of Transportation has funds for bridges, he said, and City Manager Ed Lavallee said the citys lobbyist is encouraging going back to the Legislature for another grant. State Rep. Julio Gonzalez shepherded through a $1 million appropriation in this years session, contemplated to get a local match of $3 million. The estimated cost of replacement is less, about $2.2 million, but Weeden told the Council that repairs might be sufficient, and an engineering firm is working on a plan and estimates. The city could try for funding through the Sarasota-Manatee Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), but it would go into the final year of the MPOs five-year plan, and since this is an off-system bridge, the priority would be lower,Ž she wrote in a May 25 email to the Council.Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.comBRIDGEFROM PAGE 1 FDOT PHOTOA support cable in Pile 2-7 of the Capri Isles Boulevard bridge is exposed from the concrete and corroded to the point of 100 percent section loss.Ž G A R A G E S A L E 1 B L O C K B N 2 1 5 I B R A K E F O R G A R A G E S A L E S GONESHOPPINGI2 SHOPSHOP LOCALLY SAVE GASMY FAVORITE STORELO CAL SHOPSHOMEREST AURANT FOR LUNCHFINE DININGGROCERIES RFS.12217.203.V1Synergy One Lending Inc. d/b/a Retirement Funding Solutions, NMLS 1025894. 3131 Camino Del Rio N 190, San Diego, CA 92108. 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6A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONA North Port man was listed in critical condition on Wednesday, after his Ford Ranger overcorrected, slid off the Interstate, and overturned two times coming to rest upright in a water-“lled area of an I-75 median. According to a Florida Highway Patrol press release issued on May 31, Dennis M. Dibona, 69, was transported to Sarasota Memorial Hospital in critical condition after his 2000 Ford Ranger crashed a half mile south of the Jacaranda Boulevard exit (mile marker 193) on I-75. Dibona, who was wearing his seatbelt, was southbound on I-75 in the center lane when he began to change lanes into the inside lane and realized another vehicle was in his blind spot. He swerved back to the right to avoid colliding with the other vehicle and lost control of his vehicle. The Ranger rotated back toward the median and off the road onto the grass media, overturning two times before its landed upright in a water-“lled area in the middle of the media. The driver was BayFlited to SMH. Alcohol was not involved, according to the report.Bathroom brawl in hospitalA Sarasota man was charged with aggravated battery on a police of“cer and attempted escape „ all because the of“cer interrupted one last smoke before going to jail. According to a Venice Police Department report: Police were dispatched on May 29 to the 1400 block of E. Venice Avenue about a suspicious person. Gerald E. Juip, 56, was transported to Venice Regional Bayfront Health after complaining of abdominal pains. Hed been at the hospital just the day before suffering the same symptoms. Noting Juips two outstanding warrants, the defendant was headed to jail. After being medically cleared in the hospital, the defendant requested to go to the bathroom. An of“cer escorted him there. When the of“cer smelled cigarette smoke coming from inside, he entered. Thats when the defendant allegedly swung at him while still in handcuffs. The smoker then swung the door into the of“cers face and tried to push past. The of“cer regained control and escorted Juip to the ground, and this time placed the defendant in handcuffs behind his back. Juip, 500 block of Kumquat Court, Sarasota, was charged with two counts of contempt of court (failure to appear), escape while in police custody, and aggravated battery on a “rst responder. Juip remains in custody on $10,000 bond.Man shoots house windowA South Venice man was arrested after he shot into the window of a residence. According to a Venice Police Department report: Thomas Solesbee, 25, of Stanford Road, “red a handgun into the residence after getting into an argument with another person. The weapon was quickly recovered. Solesbee was charged with shooting a missile into a dwelling and aggravated (domestic) assault with a deadly weapon without the intent to kill. Bond was set at $10,100. The Venice Police Department reported the following arrests: € James Curtis, 20, 3700 block of Beeber St., North Port. Charges: possession of marijuana and possession or use of narcotics equipment. Bond: $1,000. € Robert Lemay, 27, 500 block of Argus Lane, Venice. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $1,500. € Gregory Willingham, 56, 500 block of Kumquat Court, Sarasota. Charge: disorderly intoxication, indecent exposure in public, criminal mischief (property damage under $200). Bond: $740. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € James Adams, 43, 1700 block of Sandy Court, Venice. Charge: narcotic equipment possession or use. Bond: $500. € Christine Marie Fricke, 52, 100 block of Laurel Oaks Road, Nokomis. Charge: contempt of court (failure to appear). Bond: $3,000. € Ruslan Romanendo, 26, 600 block of Garden Road, Venice. Charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription. Bond: $1,500. € Alexander Szakacs, 31, 9000 block of Tamiami Trail, Venice. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, two counts of contempt of court (failure to appear). Bond: $10,000. € Matthew Wilson, 24, 100 block of Orange Grove Ave., Nokomis. Charges: marijuana possession less than 20 grams, narcotic equipment possession or use. Bond: $1,000. € Sandra Izykowska, 29, 600 block of Osceola Road, Nokomis. Charge: trespassing. Bond: $500. € Frank Dietrich, 45, 5600 block of Stephens Road, Venice. Charge: domestic battery. Bond: none. € Taylor Wayman, 21, 100 block of N. Portia St., Nokomis. Charge: contempt of court (failure to appear). Bond: $15,000. € Anthony Aveni, 51, 700 block of Albee Farm Road, Nokomis. Charge: insurance fraud less than $20,000. Bond: $1,500. € Edward Burkahrt, 72, 500 block of Wexford Drive, Venice. Charge: grand theft. Bond: $1,500. € Glenn Estler, 56, 100 block of Colonial Ave., Nokomis. Charge: county ordinance violation through solicitation on a public right of way. Bond: $120. € Taylor Wayman, 21, 100 block of N. Portia Road, Nokomis. Charge: contempt of court. Bond: $15,000. € Ashley Blake, 34, 200 block of Shamrock Blvd., Venice. Charges: two counts of possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and grand theft. Bond: $4,500. € James Johnson, 82, 400 block of Manatee Court, Venice. Charge: resisting an officer without violence. Bond: $500. € Austin McKinnell, 19, 2900 block of Nocturne Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Timmy Ringo, 51, 100 block of S. Ruby Ave., Nokomis. Charge: fraud through obtaining property under $20,000. Bond: $15,000. € Thomas Snell, 27, 400 block of Kenwood Ave., Nokomis. Charges: two counts of probation violation. Bond: none. € Jennifer Bailas, 23, 700 block of Bayshore Road, Nokomis. Charges: petty theft and resisting an officer without violence. Bond: $2,000. € Natasha Bond, 28, 200 block of Venice Blvd., Venice. Charge: resisting an officer without violence through giving a false name. Bond: $500. € Jordan Brown, 25, 100 block of 4th St. East, Nokomis. Charges: three counts of probation violation. Bond: none. € Richard Hampson Jr., 36, 100 block of Ruby Ave., Nokomis. Charge: DUI causing disorderly conduct. Bond: $120. € William Hoatson Jr., 64, 4100 block of Tarpon Road, Venice. Charge: petty theft. Bond: $500. € Ian Wichmann, 42, 200 block of Clemson Road, Venice. Charge: battery by strangulation. Bond: none. € Randall Carter, 57, 100 block of Bay St., Venice. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Richard Rivers, 41, 500 block of La Gorce Drive, Venice. Charges: two counts of probation violation. Bond: none. € Holly Woodward, 49, 200 block of Alsace Ave., Venice. Charges: battery and probation violation. Bond: none. € Randall Cohen, 39, 200 block of Manor Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation. Bond: $20,000. € Bartholomew Costantino, 72, 100 block of N. Aquila St., Nokomis. Charge: violation of probation (violated no contact order). Bond: none. € Tylon Houston, 52, 100 block of S. Jessica St., Nokomis. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Tyler Leopold, 28, 200 block of Clermont Road, Venice. Charge: criminal mischief (property damage). Bond: $15,000. € David Parreira, 32, 200 block of Avenue des Parques, Venice. Charge: probation or parole violation. Bond: none. € Amber Price, 29, 600 block of Bradenton Road, Venice. Charge: criminal mischief (property damage). Bond: $2,000. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrest: € Tabatha Jackson, 35, 3500 block of River Road, Venice. Charge: trespass. Bond: $500. The Florida Highway Patrol Venice Unit reported the following arrest: € Louise Elleo, 58, 20800 block of Granlargo Drive, Venice. Charges: DUI and DUI and property damage. Bond: $1,000. „ Compiled by News Editor Greg Giles and Staff Writer Lauren Coffey.Car overturns, lands upright in water POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction. Guilt is determined by the court system. PROVIDED PHOTOEleven new law enforcement ocers were sworn in on Tuesday by Sarasota County Sheri Tom Knight.The new members will begin their careers as deputies in Patrol, Courts, and Corrections. SAVE LIVES. GIVE BLOOD. Cant find it anywhere?Dont give up … check the Classifieds! 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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 7Aand local law enforcement agencies are pleading with drivers to slow down and keep a better eye out. Bicycle enthusiast Tim Montgomery, who lives in north Venice, has been on his own mission „ to slow drivers down and urge law enforcement to pull over speeders. He took time out on May 22 to visit with Florida Highway Patrol of“ce and Venice Police Department to register his concerns about speeding on major roadways like Laurel Road, where his son rides a bicycle to and from school. He also went to a Venice City Council meeting that same day and spoke during the audience participation portion of the meeting to shine a light on what he sees as a speeding epidemic. Traf“c speeds on Laurel Road are fast,Ž Montgomery said. If you start in the little community of Laurel, theyre posted at 40 mph, but as you progress eastward toward the Interstate by a school, (the speed limit) goes up to 45 mph. I usually drive the speed limit, but I can tell you, if someone isnt right on my bumper then theres a truck passing me at 55 mph. (Compounding matters), theres a lot of ingress and egress onto that road, with people slamming on their brakes all the time.Ž I feel the traf“c is going too fast on many of our roads, including U.S. 41 Business in Venice. There has been minimal traf“c control (by law enforcement). Just two nights ago, a boy was killed right here on Tamiami Road, hit by a red-colored SUV. So, it should be of our greatest interest to take another look at the speed.Ž Montgomery said hes not interested in doing more traf“c studies in the area. The problem is obvious „ speed. People are getting killed,Ž Montgomery said. Those behind the wheel in the crashes were not elderly people with slower reactions. They are young people, and presumably good drivers. We can blame the dead bicyclists, but they are not here to defend themselves. Or, we can implement change „ the necessary speed reduction. We need to indicate to all our drivers, who are in a huge hurry, that other people have rights on the road. That would include pedestrians and bike riders. If this were Sarasota or Tampa I wouldnt bother to have this discussion,Ž he said. It would be a complete waste of time. But this is Venice. Do we want autobahns running through town and bicycles to go away? We need to make the choice.Ž Council Member Bob Daniels was moved by Montgomerys plea. He asked for a review of recent bicycle accidents from the Venice Police Department, and a “ve-year history from Sarasota County and the Florida Department of Transportation for consideration at the upcoming June 12 Council meeting.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comCRASHFROM PAGE 1 In government life, a plan thats more than a decade old is in serious need of an update. During its Wednesday meeting, Sarasota County Commission received and approved an update to the countys master trails plan. First adopted in 2006, the master plan was the “rst document of its kind, designed to guide the development of both traditional trails and blueway trails. The update, presented to commissioners by Wyatt Bowers of Atkins and Alta Planning + Design Inc., the countys consultant for the project, focused on connectivity and closing gaps among existing trails and opportunities for new trails. All of these are great projects,Ž Bowers said. Its just a matter of how to allocate your limited “nances.Ž The update, which began in 2017, included eight public meetings, an online survey generating 256 responses, six interviews with trail user groups, and four stakeholder committee meetings. Not surprising, the overall top priority from the public input, Bowers said, was completing the Legacy Trail. A referendum seeking authorization for the county to borrow up to $65 million to complete the purchase and construct the north extension of the Legacy Trail will appear on the November ballot. Among the other ideas that kept popping up from public input were connectivity to neighborhoods, implement way“nding, create and improve access, balance user needs countywide, create protected bike lanes along roads, and improve information about the existence and location of the trails. Currently, the county has 825 miles of trails, with 710 miles being land-based. Of the land trails, 646 miles are natural surface. This is a planning document,Ž Commissioner Mike Moran observed. Its not carved in stone. 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10A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION LEGAL NOTICES FICTITIOUS NAME12 Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Pint-Size Projec t Management, located at 508 J essica St., S., in the County of Sarasota in the City of Nokomis, Florida, 34275 in tends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Nokomis, Florida, this 27th day of May, 2018 Owners name or corporation: Stephanie Davis-Marcusky PUBLISH: June 2, 2018 313558 3583046 NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: ESTATE OF W Patrick Sullivan a/k/a W illiam Patrick Sullivan, Deceased. File No. 2018CP001643SC Division: Probate NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of W. Patrick Sullivan, deceased, whose date of death was March 23, 2018, is pend ing in the Circuit Court for Sara sota County, Florida, Probate Division, the address of which is: P ost Office Box 3079, Sara sota, FL 34230-3079. The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attor n ey are set forth below. All creditors of the deceden t 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 c ourt WITHIN THE LATER O F 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE 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 decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate, must file their claims with this court W ITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED W ITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN SECTION 7 33.702 OF THE FLORID A PROBATE CODE WILL 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 the first publication of this notice is May 26, 2018. Personal Representative: Caldwell Trust Company c/o Horlick & Corbridge, P.A. 1314 E. Venice Ave., Suite D Venice, Florida 34285 A ttorney for Personal Representative: C. Kelley Corbridge, Attorney Florida Bar Number: 325066 Email: kelley@mdhpa.com Horlick & Corbridge, P.A. 1314 E. Venice Ave Suite D V enice, Florida 34285 (941) 484-5656 PUBLISH: May 26; June 2, 2018 130852 3580292 OTHER NOTICES38 TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL NOTICE Call Darlene(941) 207-1220Or Email dwillis@ VeniceGondolier.comfax(941)485-3036The Atlanta Braves Spring Training stadium may still be under construction, but some state organizations are giving it credit for transforming the region already. The Florida Economic Development Council recently named the stadium its regional Deal of the Year,Ž citing the 139 jobs and $1.7 billion economic impact it is slated to bring to Southwest Florida. We believe its a very signi“cant and major deal and transaction, so were very excited to be recognized as such,Ž said Paul Erhardt, president of West Villages. We think its signi“cant with the impact: short term with the construction (and jobs that have been created from that) but also long term. The Braves will be here for a 30-year lease and possible extension. So were excited that they think its recognized as a short-term and longterm (positive impact) for South Sarasota County.Ž The $125 million stadium is set to open for the “nal game of the 2019 spring training season, which is in April. The project was a collaboration and investment by North Port, Sarasota County and West Villages. The city and West Villages both paid $4.7 million and West Villages also donated the land and is building the road and utilities. Sarasota County donated $22 million from tourist development taxes and another $5.6 million in capital expenditures. The state pulled $20 million from its spring training retention fund toward the facility. The yet-to-happen economic impact from the stadium is on its way, according to North Ports Economic Development Program Manager Ruth Buchanan. Its not a new thing „ other communities have a sports stadium, so there is well-established number and data to back up how it will impact the community,Ž she said. The job numbers are based on industry accepted assumption and with the dollars of economic impact, theres a whole science behind it. I think its safe to say those are able to be realized.Ž She added she has already seen some interest in the city from outside developers, as a direct affect of the Braves. There is the beginning of a trend of Atlantabased businesses looking and vetting North Port,Ž Buchanan said. Theres a franchise for a national retail chain, a professional design/engineering “rm based in Atlanta that have some ties to Braves, a small retail place that did something up there and down here, those kinds of connections.Ž She and Erhardt believe the regionalŽ title of the award is wellearned for the Braves, as multiple cities in the area will reap the rewards. Its impact will be for the area, not just West Villages but the county, North Port, Venice, the city of Sarasota,Ž he said. Itll have a “nancial impact and its an attraction for the whole broader area: the residents, the travel and tourism. Itll help foster the area beyond West Villages, to the county and cities.ŽEmail: lcoey@sun-herald.com Braves stadium dubbed Deal of the YearBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER PROVIDED PHOTO Neighborhood Development Services Director Scott Williams showcases the Atlanta Braves construction to West Villages Improvement District President Marty Black. The stadium was recently voted the regional Deal of the YearŽ for the state. Looking for a Friend? Find him in the Classifieds CITY OF VENICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICENOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF VENICE PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018 AT 1:30 PM IN CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 401 WEST VENICE AVENUE, VENICE, FLORIDA TO CONSIDER LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE TEXT AMENDMENT PETITION NO. 18-01AM AS DESCRIBED BELOW, TO CLARIFY THE DEFINITION OF SUBDIVISION AND TO ADOPT PLATTING PROCEDURES: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF VENICE, FLORIDA AMENDING THE CODE OF ORDINANCES CHAPTER 86, LAND DEVELOPMENT CODE, ARTICLE VI, DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS, DIVISION 2, SUBDIVISION DESIGN STANDARDS, SECTION 86230, GENERAL; AND SECTION 86-231, PLAT REQUIREMENTS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH; PROVIDING FOR SEVERABILITY; AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. All interested parties are invited to appear and be heard. Plans are available for public inspection at the Planning & Zoning Department, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, FL 34285. Written comments “ led with the Planning Commission (c/o Planning & Zoning Department at the above address) will be heard and considered. For additional information call Planning & Zoning at 941-486-2626. This public hearing may be continued from time to time. Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the Venice Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. IF YOU ARE DISABLED AND NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING AT (941) 486-2626. 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Plans and/or details are available for public inspection in the Planning and Zoning Department, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, FL 34285 or call (941)486-2626. Written comments “ led with the Planning Commission (c/o Planning & Zoning Department at the above address) will be heard and considered. Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. IF YOU ARE DISABLED AND NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING.PUBLISH: JUNE 2, 2018adno=54535881 941-473-1403850 N. Indiana € Englewood(Hwy 776) www.gomulch.comFORESTRY RESOURCES Inc. 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Plans and/or details are available for public inspection in the Planning and Zoning Department, 401 West Venice Avenue, Venice, FL 34285 or call 4862626. Written comments “ led with the Planning Commission (c/o Planning & Zoning Department at the above address) will be heard and considered. This public hearing may be continued from time to time. Any person who decides to appeal any decision of the Planning Commission with respect to any matter considered at this meeting will need a record of the proceedings and, for such purpose, may need to ensure that a verbatim record of the proceedings is made, which record includes the testimony and evidence upon which the appeal is to be based. IF YOU ARE DISABLED AND NEED ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CONTACT THE OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK AT LEAST 24 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING.PUBLISH: JUNE 2, 2018adno=54535880 CITY OF VENICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICENOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF VENICE PLANNING COMMISSION WILL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING ON TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 2018, AT 1:30 PM IN CITY HALL COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 401 WEST VENICE AVENUE, VENICE, FLORIDA, TO CONSIDER ZONING MAP AMENDMENT PETITION NO. 18-04RZ, AS DESCRIBED BELOW: PROPOSED ZONING MAP AMENDMENT PETITION NO. 1804RZ: REZONE THE SUBJECT PROPERTY FROM COMMERCIAL, INTENSIVE (CI)/VENETIAN URBAN DESIGN (VUD) AND GOVERNMENT USE (GU)/VENETIAN URBAN DESIGN (VUD) ZONING TO COMMERCIAL, GENERAL (CG)/VENETIAN URBAN DESIGN (VUD) ZONING. LOCATION: 1401 RINGLING DR. PARCEL NOS: 0430-09-0007, 0430-09-0011 AND 0428-13-0001 SIZE: 12.36 ACRES PROPERTY OWNER: CITY OF VENICE All interested parties are invited to appear and be heard. 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12A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONA North Port couple was arrested after their child missed 30 days of school at Heron Creek Middle School, according to North Port Police Department reports. The couple face charges of contributing to the delinquency of a minor through failure to require school attendance, according to authorities. Terra Jacobsen, 38, and William Jacobsen Jr., 39, both of 4600 block of La France Avenue, were arrested in May after school of“cials made several Cops: Couple arrested for kid missing schoolSTAFF REPORT WILLIAM JACOBSEN JR. TERRA JACOBSENattempts to contact them about their sons repeated absences. On Sept. 25, 2017, the Jacobsens received a letter from the school after her son had six unexcused absences. An attendance referral was mailed to the Jacobsens on Oct. 6. In October, a truancy worker for the Sarasota County School Board spoke with William Jacobsen Jr. on the phone and also spoke with the child in school. At that point, he had 16 absences. On Nov. 17, 2017, a meeting was held to discuss options and interventions. Terra Jacobsen did not attend and was allegedly unreceptive to the ideas on the phone. After the meeting, her son missed seven more days of school. On Jan. 16, 2018, of“cials visited the home, but no one answered. On March 3, a school resource of“cer at Heron Creek Middle School reported to a truancy worker for the Sarasota County School Board that the Jacobsens were in violation of state law requiring their children to attend school. As of March 13, he missed 30 days out of 127 school days. This is a pattern for the family, according to reports. The child missed 59 days in 2017; 27 in 2016; 26 in 2015 and 19 in 2014. Both William and Terra Jacobsen were arrested for contributing to the delinquency of a minor through failure to require school attendance. Both their bonds are set at $2,000. Seventeen million dollars can help a lot of high school seniors go to college. How many? Well, more than 300 of the ones who just graduated from Venice High and Pine View schools. Each senior class racked up more than $8 million in grants and scholarships, some worth six “gures. Venice Highs 540 seniors „ the largest class since 2003 „ totaled more than $8.4 million in aid, setting a new school record. Thirty percent of the class got a scholarship or grant, with the average recipient earning nearly three awards, according to data from the Rotary Futures College Resource Center. On top of $5,463,690 in private and institutional aid that these students accepted, the class quali“ed for another $2 million from the states Bright Futures program, which can cover up to 100 percent of the cost of tuition and fees at a state college or university, with an additional stipend of $300. An estimated $1 million in aid wasnt accepted The 445-student senior class of 2017 had set the previous record of just more than $7 million but that included only $1 million in Bright Futures awards. The Class of 2018 earned almost $3 million more than the Class of 2016, which brought in about $5.5 million. Each year the total re”ects awards ranging from ones worth several hundred dollars presented by local clubs and organizations to full rides given by colleges and universities. Several Venice High seniors claimed athletic scholarships valued at more than $150,000, while others claimed academic awards of similar value, including a $280,000 scholarship to Duke University. Pine Views senior class of 187 students accepted grants and scholarships totaling more than $8.6 million, according to Principal Stephen Covert, and the number doesnt include Bright Futures awards. It does include appointments to the military academies, however, the value of which is considered equivalent to a scholarship worth more than $200,000. The academies dont charge tuition, room or board, in exchange for the students service commitment after graduation. It also includes awards received by the schools 26 National Merit “nalists. Of the 187 graduates, 118 are planning to attend an in-state school, with more than one-third of them headed to the University of Florida, Covert said.Email: bmudge@venicegondolier.comLocal seniors claim big scholarship bucksBy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITER SUMMER HOURSBased at Venice High, the Rotary Futures College Resource Center helps Sarasota County high school students obtain financial aid for their post-secondary education with a proprietary program, the Student Scholarship Management System. 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14A SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONHIGH SCHOOL BASEBALLFor as easy as Venice made the 7A state semi“nals round look with an 11-1 mercy-rule win over Doral Academy in 4 1‡2 innings on Wednesday night, the Indians were tested to the “nish in their 7A State Championship win over Pace High School. The Indians, who won 3-1 in nine innings at 1 a.m. Friday morning at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers, held off late rallies with stellar pitching and defense, which has become one of the trademarks of Venice baseball. These guys just love playing the game,Ž Venice baseball coach Craig Faulkner said. Theyre hard workers, they love to practice, which most teams dont. They love being together as a group. I had no issues with them whatsoever. They were just really fun to coach. The chemistry of this team is the best weve had.Ž The state championship marks the “fth title in school history for Venice baseball and the third team sports state championship in the 2017-18 school year for Venice High School, the “rst time the Indians have claimed more than one team sports state championship in a year. Though Venice opened the game with an early lead when Kevin Dubrule scored on an RBI bunt single by Mac Guscette in the top of the “rst inning, it would take eight more innings until the Indians would cross home plate again. With back-to-back one-out singles from Danny Rodriguez and Aidan Corn to open the top of the ninth, Venice turned to small-ball once again as a chopping groundball by Reese Jackowiak and a bunt by Dubrule forced two Pace errors on throws to home and gave the Indians all they would need to hold on for another state championship. Well, considering Ive had three at-bats all season, I was just going up there trying to hit the ball maybe,Ž Jackowiak said. I started running and I heard the crowd go crazy, and it was just a feeling that you cant describe.Ž Once Jackowiak made contact with the ball, Rodriguez took off toward home, seizing his opportunity to give Venice the lead. Though the throw from the Pace shortstop beat Rodriguez to the plate, it pulled the catcher away from the plate enough for Rodriguez to slide in safely to the roaring approval of hundreds of Venice fans behind home plate. I was just thinking that I had to score somehow,Ž Rodriguez said of his mad dash toward home plate. I heard coach Faulkner say, Go on anything hit on the ground, and I just went for it. I wasnt really thinking about it. It felt amazing. The crowd came out here to support us and to score like that, theres not a better feeling.Ž Aside from knocking in the go-ahead run in the ninth, Jackowiak contributed even more on the pitchers mound for Venice. With Indians starting pitcher Danny Rodriguez reaching the pitch count allowance of 105 pitches after “ve innings, Faulkner and the Indians had to turn to Jackowiak to keep their season alive. And even though the senior left-handed pitcher hasnt been called upon much in the playoffs with the dominance of Orion Kerkering and Rodriguez on the mound, he responded with “ve strikeouts over four scoreless innings to keep the game going long enough for the Indians to mount a rally. Reese hasnt gotten to pitch a whole lot lately because weve been so strong with our starters,Ž Faulkner said. And for him to come in and throw strikes like he did and just dominate was awesome.Ž However, Jackowiak was also helped by the play of his defense behind him. After Jackowiak allowed two singles with one out, Pace found itself one swing away from a 7A state title, but grounded into a 6-4-3 double play that Venice completed with a split-second to spare. Honestly, I was just sitting back and thinking, Just trust the process,Ž Jackowiak said of his thoughts upon being called in from the bullpen. I came in and did what they said. Coach called a great game. I threw what he told me to throw and I trusted the defense behind me like I have all year. Theyre absolutely incredible, and its nothing new, though. Those guys have been phenomenal all year long turning those double plays. Theyve been doing this all year and as soon as the ball was hit, I trusted them to get it 100 percent.Ž While Venice won the game on the “eld with a ninth-inning rally, the game was nearly decided on a ruling regarding an illegal substitution. With two outs in the top of the eighth inning and Venice runners on second and third base, the Pace coaching staff went out to the mound to waste some time until the clock struck midnight. Once the clock of“cially hit 12:00 a.m., Pace coach Jason McBride brought in relief pitcher Christian McCollough, who had pitched in relief on Wednesday. McBride was under the impression that because a full calendar day had passed since McCollough last threw 30 pitches, he was allowed to bring his pitcher into the game. After a near-30 minute discussion on the “eld with FHSAA rules of“cials and coaches from both teams, it was decided that McCollough was an ineligible pitcher, but the FHSAA also didnt want to decide a state championship on a technicality. Here is the FHSAAs of“cial ruling of the incident: With two outs in the eighth inning of the Class 7A Baseball State Championship Game, Pace right-hander Christian McCollough entered the game. As a result of the pitch count policy, McCollough was ineligible to pitch. In the interest of all the hard work, dedication and sacri“ce the student-athletes spent in making it to the State Championship Game, FHSAA Executive Director George Tomyn decided the game should end on the “eld. It is the FHSAAs views that no state championship should be decided via a technicality. McCollough was removed from the game, the count was reset and the game ended on the “eld where it should Venice Baseball Champs Again!By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITORSPORTSCONTACT US SPORTS 941-207-1107 SUN NEWSPAPERS Indians battle for extra-innings state title win PHOTOS BY MARC BEAUDINVenice Indians seniors pose with the 7A State championship trophy. Indians pitcher Reese Jackowiak celebrates with catcher Mac Guscette after winning the 7A State championship against the Pace Patriots Thursday. Michael Robertson bunts in the top of the rst inning of the 7A State championship game against Pace Patriots Thursday. Venice rst baseman Chase Doyle forces Paces Clay Burkhart to rst base in the 7A State championship against Pace Patriots Thursday. Venice shortstop Kevin Dubrule puts out Pace player Blake Cordova during the 7A State championship game. The Indians celebrate their championship after winning in the 9th inning.VENICE | 15 Venice Indians head coach Craig Faulkner, right, during pleas with FHSAA about Paces pitching subtitution in the 7A State championship.

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 15ANot to be overlooked in Venice baseballs run through the FHSAA 7A State Tournament is the performance the Indians put on in an 11-1 mercy-rule win over Doral Academy that took just 4 1‡2 innings to complete. Led by starting pitcher Orion Kerkering, who pitched a one-hitter, Venice had little trouble holding off the Firebirds to advance to the 7A state “nals at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers. Backed by 11 runs including a nine-run second inning, Kerkering pitched a complete game in which he struck out 10 Firebirds. After working around a walk in the “rst inning, Kerkering responded by striking out eight of the next nine batters he faced. A little bit, it was such a big game and I didnt want to let the team down,Ž Kerkering said on how nervous he was entering his start on Wednesday. But once I got through the “rst inning, I just felt really comfortable out there.Ž Much of what helped the junior right-handed pitcher settle in to a rhythm was Venices big second inning in which the Indians grabbed control of the game. Just after that big second inning, I knew I had this,Ž Kerkering said. It got me hyped up for the next three or four innings when I went out there to pitch because I know my teams always got my back no matter what.Ž Jakob Zito got the scoring started for Venice when he made it home safely on an errant pickoff throw to third base by the Doral Academy catcher, and an RBI single by Kevin Dubrule made it 2-0 Venice three batters later. However, a pop out to shortstop by Michael Robertson gave the Indians two outs in the inning and a chance for Doral Academy to escape with only a two-run de“cit. Facing an 0-2 count and with the bases loaded, Mitch Donofrio made sure the rally wouldnt end with him. The senior turned on a pitch and shot it down the left “eld line for a two-run double and his “rst of two hits on the night. Shortly after, Mac Guscette and Zito added RBI singles before Danny Rodriguez “nished the rally with a two-run bloop double behind “rst base to give the Indians an early 9-0 advantage. Down 0-2, I came out of my shoes a bit on the second pitch,Ž Donofrio said. I overswung, so coach told me stay short, change my mindset a bit. He gave me a fastball up and fortunately I was quick enough to get my hands on it and turn it down the line. For the rest of the team, it gives them confidence. I mean you can tell like it just got our fans going crazy. It was awesome. Our energy when were like that, its pretty special.Ž With Kerkering cruising and the Indians out to a comfortable lead, Venice added two more runs in the fourth inning to push its lead to 11-0, putting them in range of a mercy-rule win. Though Doral Academy got a run across in the top of the “fth on an RBI single following a pair of walks, Kerkering got the “nal batter of the game to pop out to Guscette and secure the victory. When you give (Kerkering) nine runs, hes closing the door and theres no chance of coming back,Ž Venice coach Craig Faulkner said of his ace. It was a lot of battling with two strikes and putting it in play. It wasnt that we drove the ball all over the place, although Mitch Donofrio swung the bat really well for us. The big talk was batting with two strikes and putting the ball in play, and it landed in areas they couldnt get to. Its nice when that happens. When you dont strike out, good things happen to you in high school baseball.ŽIndians mercy-rule Firebirds in semifinal winBy VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITOR PHOTOS BY MARC BEAUDINVenice players celebrate their win with the fans following the 7A seminal game against the Doral Academy Firebirds Wednesday. Kevin Dubrule cheers for his teamate during the 7A seminal game against the Doral Academy Firebirds Wednesday. Venices Nick Riccardi is caught between rst and second base but returned to rst base during the 7A seminal game against the Doral Academy Firebirds Wednesday. Venices Mitch Donofrio stands after sliding into third base during the 7A seminal game. always end. The FHSAA continues to reevaluate all of its policies and looks forward to our annual meeting with our Baseball Coaches Advisory Committee on Monday, June 4 in Gainesville.Ž Following the lengthy delay, Pace reliever AJ Martin entered the game and got a groundout to second base to escape the jam to give the Patriots one more chance at a walkoff win. What was told to me, and Im not gonna name names, I called (the FHSAA) and asked that question today to make sure,Ž McBride said. Because I knew there was rain and I figured there might be a chance that we could do it. I know Catholic High I think had done that a few years back, so I asked because he started his last hitter at 27 pitches (during Wednesdays state semifinals) and he went over the 30 pitch count during the last batter. So I asked, I said, Hey, since he started the batter at 27 and went over, he can finish that batter, but is he available today? He said, No, hes not, he went over the 30 pitch count. So hes gotta sit a calendar day. And I said, 24 hours or a calendar day? And he said, A calendar day. So I said let me ask you, If midnight comes, will he be good to go? And the answer I got was yes. (The rules of“cials) kept telling me it had to be a calendar day, and I dont know what a calendar day is obviously because 12:00 a.m. is a new calendar day to me. But the answer given to me when I speci“cally asked the midnight question was yes, so thats why the catcher and I went out and stalled to get to midnight. Obviously, I dont understand what a calendar day is.Ž Faulkner, who said he knew that McCollough was an ineligible pitcher, respected the FHSAA decision to play the game out on the “eld rather than to decide the state championship over an of“cial ruling. After Jackowiak set down the Patriots in order in the eighth inning, Venice wasted little time in settling the score on the “eld. I mean its an incredible feeling. Im almost lost for words,Ž Jackowiak said. Weve been up every morning since September working and Ive been doing it for them. I transferred here last year and they really brought me in like a family. My goal this summer was obviously to get better, but also to win a state championship, not only for me, but for my teammates who have been here three or four years now. It was great.ŽVENICEFROM PAGE 14 The Indians celebrate their championship following their extra-innings win Thursday. Indians celebrate Jacob Zitos run in the 7A seminal game against the Doral Academy Firebirds Wednesday at Hammond Stadium in Fort Myers. PHOTOS BY MARC BEAUDINVenice Indians fans react after at the Patriots tied the game during the 7A State championship. Venice Indians player Aidan Corn slides at home plate for the third run of the game in the top of the 9th inning. 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VENUE 3B OPINION 5B RELIGION 6BWEEKEND EDITION June 2, 2018 CONTACT US KIM COOL FEATURES EDITOR 941-207-1000 kcool@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSOUR TOWN Mike Ware was a member of the Kingsmen in Vietnam. He was a Huey helicopter pilot in 1968 who ”ew 101st Airborne Division assault troops into battle throughout that war-torn country. The Kingsmen is what they called themselves. I always wanted to be a pilot,Ž the 70-year-old Venice resident said. A couple of Army recruiters got me into helicopter school in Texas right after high school. I started ”ying Hueys at Fort Rucker, Ala., while still a teenager. I arrived in-country a couple of weeks before the Tet Offensive.Ž Eventually, hed become a warrant of“cer. The Tet Offensive was the largest coordinated enemy attack on South Vietnam military bases and cities by upwards of 100,000 North Vietnam Army soldiers and Vietcong guerrillas. It caused the South Vietnamese government to fall. During Tet, we were ”ying every day. I started ”ying the streets of Saigon with my helicopter. We ”ew 10 ships at a time in downtown Saigon. We were ”ying troops into battle and taking them out with the wounded,Ž Ware recalled. I spent my “rst three months ”ying around Saigon and in the Delta. We had our last battle during Tet at the race track in Saigon. At that point I was just a new peter pilot. I was the new guy sitting in the right seat with about 250 hours of experience. I didnt know what was going on. My job was to take over the controls if the other guy got hit. Wed ”y into Saigon in tight formation „ 10 helicopters, one after the other. If you were ”ying in the back of this group it looked like the planes were all stacked on each other. The rotor blades were coming so close to each other. It was unbelievable how close they were. Then our gunships would come down on either side of the Hueys and lay down their miniguns and rockets. We had to stay right in line. If we got out of line we were subject to being hit by friendly “re. Then we moved our base to Camp Eagle at Hue „ the old imperial capital further north of Saigon. Our camp was part of a huge old cemetery. We thought the NVA wouldnt bother us so much if we were living in the cemetery because they respected their ancestors. It turned out that wasnt the case. We started doing secret single-ship insertions into the A Shau Valley in the Central Highlands controlled by enemy forces,Ž Ware said. Our people would stay out there in the mountains for several days and then wed go back and pick em up. This was one of the most exciting times of my life. I was getting to ”y and loving it,Ž he said. The problem was it was during a war and I had to share the sky with bullets. But I was also able to rescue people. We took three helicopters and ”ew into Laos. One copter carried the people we were Venice man flew Hueys for 101st AirborneThis was one of the most exciting times of my life. I was getting to ”y and loving it ... The problem was it was during a war and I had to share the sky with bullets. But I was also able to rescue people.Ž„ Mike Ware, Army warrant ocer SUN PHOTO BY DON MOOREMike Ware, 70, is a Venice resident where he teaches. PHOTO PROVIDEDMike Ware in Saigon during the Vietnam War. PHOTO PROVIDEDW-2 Mike Ware of Venice piloted a Huey assault helicopter for 101st Airborne Division troops in Vietnam. War StoriesDon Moore AIRBORNE | 2A few friends and I went to the Seventh Annual Myakka River Blues Festival at Snook Haven once we learned it would still be open Memorial Day. Much rain was in the forecast, but, fortunately for blues lovers and event organizers „ Snook Haven and the Suncoast Blues Society „ it didnt materialize. To entice attendees, festival organizers even reduced the entry fee to a mere $5 from $15. They offered a rain-free event after learning early in the day that Mother Nature bowed out from sending torrents of rain our way. Even if there were some rain, the organizers were pretty sure some sort of event would go on because they had set up tents for the seven blues bands to use in a the show must go onŽ effort. We just had a little bit of rain at about 9:30 this morning,Ž Jackie „ aka J.J.Ž „ said from behind the food counter inside Snook Havens diner. She was joined for a full day of work by a full staff of co-workers throughout the park, including other counter sales people, food handlers, chefs and park attendees. You all really prepared for this event, didnt you,Ž I asked. Oh, yeah, weve been preparing and praying (for no rain) for days,Ž she said. Wisely, my friend, Carol, parked her car in the parking lot at the end of Venice Avenue on River Road and she, another friend, Judy, and I rode down into the park via a shuttle bus the facility provided. There was a lot of pooling of water on the dirt road from previous rain storms and driving a car down would not be a pleasant experience due to the need to avoid the water plus and navigating the massive bumps in the road. The food was delicious. Pulled pork sliders, homemade chips and coleslaw, fried green tomatoes and other delicacies, as well as water, soda and beer were all for sale. The wait staff were pleasant and happy to give me a cup of ice for my diet soda, which melted in less than an hour due to the humidity Blues Fest fills day with fun, food and tunesAUDREY BLACKWELL Riding the South Trail PHOTO COURTESY OF CAROL CANCILLACrowds of people enjoy food and music during the Myakka River Blues Festival on Memorial Day.AUDREY | 2 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=54535234

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2B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 WEEKEND EDITION dropping off, the second copter was a gunship to protect us and I was ying the third helicopter that would pick up the people we were inserting if there was any problem. I was ying at 8,000 to 10,000 feet, taking enemy ak from a .37mm gun. Shells from the gun would make little black puffs around us and cause our helicopter to bounce. I went up to 12,000 feet to get away from the enemy re. Looking way down below us I could see the other two helicopters. About that time our gunship was hit by re from a .51 cal. machine-gun nest perched on a nearby hill. It went down in ames. It was time for me to go to work. I dove down over our downed helicopter and came within 30 feet of the ground. We threw our rescue ropes out to the people in the downed helicopter. All ve of them were clinging to the lines while dangling 250 feet above the ground. At the same time the enemy machine-gunner opened up on his helicopter, but somehow missed. The higher I hovered the closer I got to the .51 cal. enemy machine-gun on the mountainside. The only thing I could do was swing my helicopter toward the machine-gunner which reduced the helicopters prole. My co-pilot and I were looking right down the barrel of the enemy gun while the guys below us were getting themselves hooked up. My crew-chief and door-gunner were in the back with their knives. If the guys on the ground got into any trouble with the ropes they were to cut the ropes and wed go. All I could do is sit there and hover while working my rudder peddle which moved the ship back and forth as tracer bullets whizzed by us. About that time my 20-minute fuel light turned on. I didnt have enough fuel to get us back to base, Ware recalled 50 years later. I decided to take the copter up to 7,000 feet with the guys dangling from the ropes below us. The additional altitude put us within the range of the 37-mm gun once more. The guys on the ropes were taking shrapnel from the enemy as they froze from the altitude. By the time we reached the Vietnam border I had burned through my fuel. I was out and was forced to land at the deserted U.S. Marine base at Khe San. I came in for a landing and the two guys on the bottom of the rope hit the ground hard and broke their legs. I climbed out of my helicopter and walked back along the 250-feet of rope the guys had held onto to below us. As I pulled my helmet and gloves off the guys on the ropes were frozen and bleeding but laughing and giving me high-ves. Ill never forget it as long as I live. This was one of the best days of my life. I got these guys out of there. They had to bring a Chinook chopper in from Camp Eagle to transport their Huey back to base because of its lack of fuel. That day was kind of a miracle. We ran out of fuel but landed safely, the guys we rescued dangled on 250-foot ropes while being shot at by a .51 caliber machine-gun, neither the men nor the plane were struck by enemy re. My co-pilot became an ordained minister after that rescue we made in Laos, Ware recalled. As for Ware, he just nished a book he hopes to publish which he would like to see turned into a movie. Its called The Log Book. After the war he ew helicopters in civilian life for large corporations in the Northeast. He also ew his share of medical choppers. When not being an aviator for fun and prot, Ware and his wife, Beth, are school teachers. He teaches high school classes and she is an art teacher. They have two daughters: Andrea and Adrian.AIRBORNEFROM PAGE 1 KNOW A VETERAN?Don Moores interviews are a part of the Veterans History Project through the Library of Congress. If you, or someone you know, is a veteran, have them contact Don Moore at 941-4262120 or email DonMoore39@ gmail.com. WANT TO READ MORE?More than 900 of Don Moores veteran stories are online at https://donmooreswartales. com.That day was kind of a miracle. We ran out of fuel but landed safely, the guys we rescued dangled on 250-foot ropes while being shot at by a .51 caliber machine-gun, neither the men nor the plane were struck by enemy re. Mike Ware, Army warrant ocer, Vietnam veteran and warmth from the sun that occasionally broke through the clouds. The event ran from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., but we didnt get there until about 3:30 p.m. We got to hear the sixth band perform, Syreeda Battle, and watched some couples dancing in front of the stage. Other participating blues bands included Dockta D, Mark Telesca, Dale Robbins, Memphis Rub, Sarasota Slim/Nitro, and Rusty Wright, which was the headliner this year and did get to play as the last band scheduled. According to Emma Kate Silvestri, marketing director of Venice Pier Group, corporate parent of Snook Haven, Sharkys On The Pier and Fins, the event was well-received by those who attended, which was many, and Snook Haven was prepared to give a full refund to those who asked due to the possibility of inclement weather. A portion of the proceeds will benet Loveland Center, as in the past, she said. Snook Haven has planned the Myakka River Blues Festival on Memorial Day because they believe it is a good day to tie in the Old Florida feel with the blues of Memorial Day, Silvestri said. If all goes as planned, the festival will return again next year. Editors 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.comAUDREYFROM PAGE 1 Al Pond heads toward the diner to buy some food and beverages.PHOTOS COURTESY OF CAROL CANCILLAJ.J. oers up friendly customer service at the sales counter in the Snook Haven diner.Kids Summer Beach Runs The free, 1-mile Kids Summer Beach Runs return to Brohard and Siesta beaches, and are held every week starting Tuesday, June 5 at Siesta Beach, 948 Beach Road, Siesta Key and Wednesday, June 6 at Brohard Beach, 1600 Harbor Drive, Venice. They end Aug. 7 at Siesta Beach and Aug. 8 at Brohard Beach. Registration begins at 5:30 p.m. near the playground at Siesta Beach and near the Venice Fishing Pier at Brohard Beach. Race time for both locations is 6:30 p.m. Kids who complete four runs at either location receive a free T-shirt. All runners receive a ribbon and a free ice pop each time they participate. For more information, call 941-861-5000 or visit: SCGov.net.Loveland Center Players UnpluggedLoveland Center and Venice Theatre showcases a scenario in the Loveland Players original musical entitled Unplugged. The Best Day of Your Life, June 2 and 3 on the theaters MainStage. Script was written by Becky Holahan. Tickets are $22. Call 941-488-1115; buy in-person at box ofce 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays; or at: VeniceStage.com.Churchwide MarketplaceFirst Christian Church, 1100 Center Road, Venice, will hold a communitywide Marketplace & Yard Sale Saturday, June 2, 8 a.m. 2 p.m. Crafters invited to participate. Direct sale space will cost $50; yard sale space is $20; vendors keep their proceeds. Sale space (and optional $10 table rental) will go toward funding the churchs sanctuary expansion. Call 941-408-8088.Kids Art CampVenice Art Center, 390 S. Nokomis Ave., will hold Kids Art Camp with sessions starting June 4 and running through Aug. 2. Call 941-485-7136; visit: VeniceArtCenter.com.Womens ExpoAn All About Women Expo June 3, noon5 p.m., is a time for women to bring their mothers, daughters or girlfriends for a day of pampering at Westeld Sarasota Square Mall, 8201 South Tamiami Trail, Sarasota. Four free featured areas will host Beauty, Wellness, Fashion and Girls Wanting to Have Fun with make-up and hair care techniques, massages, sample products, talking to doctors and health professionals, a fashion demo and more. At a special VIP Lounge (register rst), women can enjoy wine samples, cheesecake and more treatments. Mothers and daughters who look exactly alike can enter a MotherDaughter Look-alike contest for a prize.Savor Sarasota ReturnsThe 13th annual Savor Sarasota Restaurant Week, sponsored by Sarasota Magazine, Sarasota-Bradenton International Airport and OpenTable, runs through June 14 with close to 90 restaurants participating, some in Venice. Throughout this years Savor Sarasota event, guests can enjoy $32 pre-xe multi-course dinner menus and multicourse lunch menus for just $16. For more information about Savor Sarasota, including chefs, participating restaurants and packages download the free app at SavorSarasotaApp.com or visit: SavorSarasota.com. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFS adno=720032 adno=720041 adno=720037

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 3B VENUE RELIGION SUNDAYSunday Worship 10am, 10am Worship Service, Our Savior Lutheran, 2705 Tamiami Tr N, Nokomis. For more info, 941-966-4442. EVENTS TODAY 1927 Train Depot, Free tours of 1927 Train Depot. 303 E. Venice Ave., Venice. Sat. 10-1. For more info 941-412-0151. Poker Run, Post #113,Rotonda W..11 am registration..12 noon kickstands up.. Kids Needs Shoes for Kids. Post 941-697-3616 for info. 3 of a Kind Band!, Music dancing @6PM food available @4PM Am Legion 1770 E Venice Ave public welcomed 941-488-1157 SUNDAY CLOSED FOR REPAIRS, CLOSED for repairs. All day/night American Legion 1770 E Venice Ave 941-488-1157 Dead Sea Scrolls, Sun., 9-10am, UU Cong. of Venice, 1971 Pinebrook. The Damascus Document, discovered in a Cairo synagogue. 941-587-2981 MONDAY CLOSED FOR REPAIRS, Closed for repairs American Legion all day/night 1770 E Venice Ave call for info 941-488-1157 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 DRUGS FAMILY SUPPORT, SAFE family support group 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, Great speakers prepare. Free try. Toastmasters 597 S Tamiami Tr 610-274-0259 CLOSED FOR REPAIRS, Closed for repairs American Legion all day/night 1770 E Venice Ave call for info 941-488-1157 Pinochle, 1-4 pm,VFW Post#8118,832 E.Venice Ave.,Venice. Tony C. 941-492-2434.Open to Public. Bingo, 6PM Tuesday VFW 832 E Venice Ave 941-488-8117 open to public food available fee to play USCGAux Meeting, We are an all-volunteer organization that promotes safe boating. Come join us. Contact Roy Lee, 941-488-1900. Conservativism, Tues 6/5 7-9pm, UU Cong. of Venice, 1971 Pinebrook. Conservativism after WW I thru the New Deal. 941-587-2981 COMMUNITY CALENDAR 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 LISTED PHOTO COURTESY OF AL BURDADr. Karin Schmidt, former principal of Venice Middle School, credited with having started the nations rst Young Marines program at the school, receives the Navy Leagues highest award, the Scroll of Honor. Dennis Turner, right, president of the Sarasota Manatee Council of the Navy League, presents the honor at the schools Young Marines annual graduation ceremony, as Venice Middle Young Marines Commanding Ocer Maj. Mike DuBrule USMC (ret) looks on.Karin Schmidt receives Scroll of Honor PHOTO COURTESY OF VENICE GARDENSBill Rosenbloom, born May 10, 1915, celebrates his 103rd birthday with Susan Bledsoe, R.N., Wellness Center coordinator at Venetian Gardens, and 90+ friends and sta members. He is very independent, watches the stock market, plays cards and bingo every day ƒ and usually wins. 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4B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 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=50530299 adno=50534198

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 5B 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 VIEWBeware of sneaky bundling on the ballotFormer Sen. Bob Graham made news recently by disavowing a proposed amendment that would enshrine civics education in the Florida Constitution. Strange, considering Graham has been Floridas foremost civics proponent in recent years. He wrote a book about civic engagement called, America, the Owners Manual.Ž He founded the Bob Graham Center for Public Service at the University of Florida and joined with another group to form the Florida Joint Center on Citizenship. That organization enlisted the support of former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day OConnor in a bid for mandated civics education. Shortly after OConnor spoke before a joint session in Tallahassee, the Legislature passed a civics law named in her honor. Civics now has been part of mandated Florida school curriculum in all grades since 2010. Third graders learn the concepts of justice and fairness in society. Eighth-graders take a year-long civics class covering the principles of U.S. government and the Constitution. All high school graduates must pass a civics/government test to get their diplomas. In large part, thanks to Sen. Graham. So, why does Mr. Civics oppose the civics literacyŽ measure on the November election ballot? In a recent interview with the Sarasota Herald-Tribune Graham said, Im going to end up voting against an amendment I feel strongly about because its surrounded by what I think is bad policy.Ž Correct there. First, there is no need for this in the states foundational document, the Constitution. Its already state law. The extensive curriculum exists. Done. Second „ and, from Grahams perspective, the key problem „ the civics amendment has been lumped in with two other amendments related only by the fact they deal broadly with education. The Florida Constitution Revision Commission tied together a number of supposedly similar amendments on the ballot. Also in the educationŽ section is an amendment that would allow charter schools to bypass county school boards and apply to the state for authorization. So much for local control. Another amendment in that bundle involves two-term limits for local school board members. So much ƒ again. But, of course, voters have shown theyre suckers for the gimmick of term limits „ despite fact term limits can be imposed naturally when enough citizens vote out an incumbent. That can and does happen. From a political angle, the bundlingŽ sham is savvy politics. On the ballot, its all or nothing for each bundle. This increases the likelihood that less popular items would cruise on coattails of the more popular. Or, ”ip side, a poison pill would doom the others. In all, the commission bundled 20 items into eight packages this year. Another example: A ban on vaping in the workplace was bundled with a ban on offshore oil drilling. As former state senator and CRC member Don Gaetz rationalized that bundling: Clean water, clean air.Ž As we view the practice: Bogosity. Enough to make Mr. Civics vote against civics. Or, perhaps, noŽ to it all. Its time we all revisit the neighborhoodIts been 15 years since Fred Rogers, the creator and host of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, earned his heavenly wings. But it seems that mentor to munchkins is enjoying quite a comeback of late. A documentary on his life and work, Wont You Be My Neighbor?,Ž was showcased at this years Sarasota Film Festival. The U.S. Postal Service recently commemorated him on a stamp. And Tri Star Pictures has announced plans to produce a “lm on his life, with actor Tom Hanks playing the part of the saintly gentleman in colorful sweater and tennis shoes. Thats a lot of attention for a childrens television host who would have turned 90 this year. But perhaps there is more to the recent interest in him than just a nostalgic look back at a simpler time sitting around the family television set. Perhaps his legacy offers some suggestions on how to live our lives in these particularly challenging times. I had the pleasure of getting to know Fred during the last 12 years of his life when I managed communications at his alma mater, Rollins College. Until I met him in 1990, my knowledge of Fred was super“cial. He had arrived on the television screen long after my childhood. But to say that he has since made a profound impression on my life would be an understatement. One of the “rst things you noticed about Fred was his concentration. He would be oblivious to everything going on around him and would instead focus on your every word. It might not be until months or even years later that you would realize how genuinely interested in you he was when he recalled seemingly insigni“cant details from your previous conversations. I remember Fred once sitting on the ”oor of Rollins Early Childhood Center, leading the children in singing his famous neighborhood song (as a music composition major, he wrote most of his songs) and discovering something in each one that he found special. One of the things I treasured most about Fred was his ability to “nd something to like in every person. Be it young or old, his message to each was the same: I like you for who you are, not what you can become. You are special to me. To love someone,Ž he said, is to strive to accept that person exactly the way he or she is, right here and now.Ž When I “rst accompanied Fred around the Rollins campus, my biggest fear was that the students there would make fun of him. What I forgot was that, unlike me, they had grown up with the man. They didnt laugh at Fred Rogers. They worshiped him. Everywhere he went, the students approached him respectfully, reverently, wishing to share with him some personal anecdote, a brief glimpse of what he had meant to their lives. One young lady, who approached him outside his former dormitory room, told him: When I was 11 years old, I had a stroke and couldnt do much. But I could watch you every morning and that was enough.Ž And with that, Fred gave her a warm smile, a kind word, and a reassuring hug, just as he had done through her television screen so many years before. Embedded in a wall along one of Rollins many loggia is a marble slab that bears the following inscription: Life is for Service.Ž One early morning, when I stepped out of my of“ce, I noticed Fred standing in front of that inscription, unaware that he was being observed, running his “ngers over the words as if to absorb its message. He carried a copy of that inscription in his wallet until the day he died. But more importantly, he lived it. Educated as a Presbyterian minister, Fred believed his mission was to serve others. All of us, at some time or other, need help,Ž he said. Whether were giving or receiving help, each one of us has something valuable to bring to this world. Thats one of the things that connects us as neighbors … in our own way, each one of us is a giver and a receiver.Ž Toward the end of his career, a reporter asked Fred how he would like to be remembered. A little surprised at “rst that he might be remembered at all, Fred “nally replied that he hoped to be remembered for being compassionate toward others. Imagine what our real neighborhoods would be like if each of us offered, as a matter of course, just one kind word to another person,Ž he would later write. There have been so many stories about the lack of courtesy, the impatience of todays world, road rage and even restaurant rage. Sometimes, all it takes is one kind word to nourish another person. Think of the ripple effect that can be created when we nourish someone. One kind empathetic word has a wonderful way of turning into many.Ž Few would argue that our world has become more divisive and we more intolerant of those who are not like us or do not share our ideals. Perhaps its time we revisited that make-believe neighborhood and reminded ourselves of those fundamental ideals that can once again bind us together. € € € Larry R. Humes is a frequent contributor and can be reached at 1926Venice@gmail.com.IF A BAD HURRICANE IS ON THE WAY, WILL YOU GO TO A SHELTER OR LEAVE FLORIDA? PLEASE EXPLAIN WHY. 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. Ring the Bells. Ding-dong for Venice. Get that Eagle Point bell ringing. And why isnt Epiphany Cathedral ringing its bells noon and night? Ringing bells is nostalgic and historical ƒ Liberty Bell, Black Tower and your college bells, remember? Make Venice even better by ringing bells. Unprofessional. I would like to know who hired the two women to work at public bathroom across from the Daiquiri Deck this weekend? One held the door open while she was smoking a cigarette and feeding her young son, and the other was inside handing out pieces of ripped paper towel. I asked them who hired them and the one said, Go ask the other one.Ž The other one said, The city.Ž If the city hired these women to hold the door open, smoke, feed their young child and hand out ripped pieces of paper towel, I think they might need some more training. And who said they could put out a basket to collect money for doing that? It just seems tacky, unprofessional and unsanitary. Liquor at Festival. Why do we have to have hard liquor at the Seafood Festival on city property? The mayor and others didnt know they were going to do that. They said they were going to do something about it, but I see that they had it again this year. What do we tell the children? And theres a lot of homeless people hanging around there. I think wed better look at that. Hurricane Shelters. Lack of shelters: Both papers put the hurricane information in the paper. You have a lovely hurricane guide here, but it doesnt tell us where to go. If theyre going to put a new baseball “eld in our backyards, the least they can do is put a shelter in the spring training baseball “eld. We need a shelter built in that training “eld. NRA & Planned Parenthood. This is a response to the statement in Letem Have It about the NRA. First, the NRA does not get any federal funding, as they are politically active and make contributions and advertisements. I think thats appropriate. On the other hand, Planned Parenthood gets one-half billion dollars from the federal government and contributes heavily to political organizations. Thats what you call the classic double standard. So, if youre going to bill the NRA, then you better darn well bill the Planned Parenthood organization. Bike Trail vs. Shelters. I cannot in good conscience ever vote for the $65 million needed to extend the bike trail until several storm shelters are built in Venice. Our of“cials need to prioritize their goals. The Letem Have It line allows readers to sound off on issues of local interest. Opinions expressed here are solely those of the callers. Personal attacks on private individuals; attacks on or obvious commercialsŽ for speci“c businesses; personal attacks on candidates during election season; or opinions or comments otherwise un“t for publication will not be printed. If you would like to participate, call the line at 941-207-1111. Call no more than once a week. Please keep your comments brief. The line is available all hours. Caller identi“cation is not required. 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 OPINION 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 LARRY R. HUMESGUEST COLUMNIST

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6B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONRELIGION CONTACT US 941-207-1110 religion@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSBOB HALEY Have you ever caught something between your back molars? You run your tongue around trying to capture it. You pick and pull at it to try to remove the annoyance, but ultimately it requires ”oss to dislodge it. That is a metaphor for my being stuck in Acts chapter two and the coming of the Holy Spirit to the disciples. I just keep reading it, thinking on the context of the passages and even reading different translations as God is trying to get a point past my enameled heart. The Holy Spirit came upon the disciples like a mighty rushing wind and ”ames atop their heads. Through this power, simple country bumpkin Galileans were speaking in all different languages, as visitors in Jerusalem heard them speaking in their own native tongues. This caused bewilderment and amazement. Ultimately, those listening asked one another What does this mean?Ž What does it mean to have the Holy Spirit within us? A “rst critical understanding is that the Spirit is not a force from God, but rather an individual distinct person of the Trinity. He is a person of the eternal God sent by the Father to take residence within our sancti“ed bodies, cleansed by the sacri“ce of Christ. Why then is the Holy Spirit within us? The Father sent the Spirit to be our helper, comforter and guide. The Spirit guides us in all truth. Do we not have a small voice within each of us that challenges us not to sin because it is wrong (just before we do)? The Spirit is convicting us and leading us in a transformation to be more Christlike and to serve God and others in love. The Spirit also equips us for this work. He provides uniquely to each of us gifts to help with the Kingdoms work „ gifts such as wisdom, knowledge, faith, healing, even miraculous powers Holy Fruit € One Christ Won City, which just celebrated nine years of serving our area with the love of Jesus Christ, sponsors public prayer every Tuesday at noon to pray at the Centennial Park gazebo in downtown Venice. Pastors, pastors wives, church leaders, members of the public walking by and Christians from several churches join together in prayer. It begins with corporate prayer, then breaks into small groups for individual prayer at 12:30-12:45 p.m. People can brings water and a chair, if needed. Everyone is welcome. Call Jim Foubister, 941-223-1771. € First Christian Church, 1100 Center Road, Venice, will hold a communitywide Marketplace & Yard Sale Saturday, June 2, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Crafters invited to participate. Direct sale space costs $50; yard sale space is $20; vendors keep their proceeds. Sale space (and optional $10 table rental) goes toward funding the churchs sanctuary expansion. Call 941-408-8088. € Venetian Harmony Chorus invites all women, ages 18-80, who enjoy singing four-part harmony, to sing with us and rehearse on the “rst, third, and fourth Mondays of the month in the activity building of Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood, on Rt. 776. Call 941-480-1480. € MaryBeth Runk and volunteers from area churches feed the hungry at the Venice Train Depot Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.-noon. To volunteer, call 419-202-6114. € All are invited to attend the Womens Ministry Home League of The Salvation Army of South Sarasota County, 1051 Albee Farm Road, Venice. The club meets on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. € The Diocese of Venice Epiphany Cathedral Parish, 310 Sarasota St., Venice, hosts Upper Room Coffee HouseŽ in the Santa Maria Chapel Fridays, 7-9 p.m. Call 941-484-3505. € Our Mothers House of Catholic Charities, Venice, seeks volunteers to help teachers in Head Start classrooms feed and play with the children during twoor three-hour shifts. Both male and female volunteers are welcome as are students seeking community service hours. Head Start is open 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. weekdays, and 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Call Marisa, 941-355-3680, ext. 305, email mpufta@ccdis1.org. | RELIGION BRIEFS(1 Corinthians 12). Because as we grow in our faith, who we are changes. I confess that I am not the same man I was 30 years ago, and to some degree, I am not the same man I was yesterday. The Spirit of God is doing a work within me by gently washing me with Scripture. So how can we tell if the Spirit is alive and well within us? Fruit. The Fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control (Galatians 5). If you feel like you dont have any fruit, take heart; the fruit we “nd in the produce department at Publix did not just appear. It is the “nished work of a lot of time and effort. The fruit tree must be planted in good soil, watered and pruned as it grows. It then grows and matures to a point where the goodness is bursting forth and the skin just cannot contain the goodness. So it is with us and the Holy Spirit. We need to be planted in the good soil of Jesus love and sacri“ce for us, the foundation of our faith. Then we are watered by His Word through Scripture „ not a gully-washer as we have had recently, but a soft, gentle washing and nourishing as we abide in Jesus. Our lives will change as we abide in Him. Things of old will need to be pruned away, and this can be painful as we give away more and more to Jesus lordship in our lives. The Fruit of the Spirit needs to mature. I have known a few who never matured past sour green apples, but maturing (sancti“cation) in holiness will produce fruit. Heres the kicker: While having the Fruit of the Spirit is wonderful, it is not meant for us. It is meant to give to others in the name of Jesus with which we may be winsome ambassadors of His love and mercy. May your Fruit of the Spirit be as abundant as at a farmers market for His Kingdoms sake. Bob Haley is assistant pastor of Christ United Methodist Church, Venice. COURTESY PHOTOThe community group Pathways Class led by Bill and Belinda Aubuchon, of Nokomis, at Sarasota Baptist Church, celebrated its 10-year anniversary in April with a luau at Nokomis Beach. There was much food, fun and fellowship. Others are invited to join.Pathways celebrates 10th anniversary PHOTO COURTESY OF EDIE HAACKCommittee members Kay Lang, left, BetteAnn James, Barbara Vaughn, Pam Clark and Jane Murphy guarantee the success of the salad luncheon to celebrate Mothers Day at Good Shepherd Episcopal Church.Women hold Mothers Day salad luncheonSouth Florida Museum campFrom mermaids to manatees, seashells to seahorses, South Florida Museum, 201 10th St. W., Bradenton has kid campers covered with lots of fun summer activities. Museum camps are for kids entering second through “fth grades in the 2018-2019 school year to explore animals, rocks, insects and more of the natural world. Weekly camps are June 11 through July, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday (except for the July 4 holiday week). Cost: $200/week members; $180 per week for each additional camper in the same family; $250/ week for non-member campers. Full camp details and registration at: SouthFloridaMuseum. org.See Caroles KingsCaroles Kings takes the Florida Studio Theatre, stage, 1241 N. Palm Ave., Sarasota. Created by 2A Productions, this high energy cabaret opens in FSTs John Court Cabaret June 14. Caroles Kings is an allmale Carole King tribute that mixes music with clever writing by The Second City, the home of sketch comedy and improv. Youll be singing along to Youve Got a FriendŽ and I Feel the Earth Move.Ž Subscriptions for all three Summer Cabaret shows are $49. Single tickets and subscriptions are available by phone (941) 366-9000, at the Box Of“ce or online at: FloridaStudioTheatre. org.Buddy Holly returns 2019Buddy ReturnsŽ to Venice March 17 and 18, 2019, for three performances at Venice Theatre, 149 W. Tampa Ave. … Sunday March 17, 2019 at 8 p.m., Monday March 18, 2019 at 3 p.m. and at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now. Call 941-488-1115 or visit: VeniceStage.com.Hermans Hermits to returnTickets for next years performance of Hermans Hermits starring Peter Noone are on sale now at Venice Theatre, 140 W. Tampa Ave., Venice. Tickets are $65 for shows on these dates: Sunday, Jan. 20 at 8 p.m., and Monday, Jan. 21 at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Call 941-488-1115 or visit: VeniceStage.com.CodeREDResidents, both yearround and seasonal, are encouraged to register for the CodeRED alert noti“cation system. It allows residents to receive calls, email alerts or text messages about events that could impact their neighborhood and help protect their family or property. Alerts include water or sewer interruptions, missing person alerts, major traf“c detours and severe weather warnings. For more information, call 941-861-5000. To register, enter your “rst and last name, physical address and primary phone numbers at: SCGov.net/ codered. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSadno=54535772 Rev. Dr. John Guerre, Lead Pastor 208 Palm Ave., Nokomis 941-488-4137 SUNDAYWorship Service 9:00 AM Childrens Church 9:00 AMwww.baypointchurch.com Building An Irresistible Church That Everyone Loves! adno=54535829 Worship: Saturday 5:00 pm € Sunday 8:30 am and 10:00 amThursday Service of Word and Prayer 10:00 am 790 Tamiami Trl. S., Venice € On the Island! www.emmanuel-elca.org. 941-488-4942adno=54535820€ ELCA 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=54535828 Please visit www.fbcvenice.org for current service times & ministries. 312 W. Miami Ave, Venice 941-485-1314 www.fbcvenice.org adno=54535827

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 7B 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 CROSSWORD SOLUTION TO GOREN BRIDGEPUZZLE ANSWERS Puzzles on pages XThe 13th annual Savor Sarasota Restaurant Week returned June 1 and runs through June 14 with nearly 90 restaurants participating. Throughout this years Savor Sarasota event, guests can enjoy $32 pre-fixe multicourse dinner menus and multi-course lunch menus for just $16. This year, 29 restaurants are new to the program, including these Venice-area restaurants: Bonefish Grill-Venice, Chaz 51, Chef Rolfs New Florida Kitchen, Farlows on the Water, Howards Restaurant and Paradise Grill. Returning participating local restaurants are Blu Island Bistro, Caf Venice Restaurant & Wine Bar, Crows Nest and Fins at Sharkys. For more information about Savor Sarasota, including chefs, participating restaurants and accommodation packages, download the free app at SavorSarasotaApp.com or visit: SavorSarasota. com. Savor Sarasota Restaurant Week is sponsored by Sarasota Magazine, SarasotaBradenton International Airport and OpenTable.Savor Sarasota runs June 1-14FROM VISIT SARASOTA COUNTYOneBlood 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 Shops, betw een R oss and Publix, Venice. Call 941-492-9202 or go to OneBlood.org for Big Red Bus bloodmobile dates, times and for more information. THE BIG RED BUS SCHEDULE SunCoast Blood Bank sends out its bloodmobile to various locations. For a schedule of dates and times, call 941-735-4223 or visit: SCBB.org. „ From SunCoast Blood Bank BLOOD BANK SCHEDULE SAVE LIVES. GIVE BLOOD. FACEBOOKThere are two extras in this 2018 graduation photo from Epiphany Cathedral School in Venice. Upper left is Renata Gaona, mother of Victoria Gaona, and center front is Tito Gaona, Victorias father. Victoria, front left, and the others comprise the actual class of 2018.And then there were nineState College of Florida, ManateeSarasota (SCF) Workforce Solutions will offer a private investigator course June 15-17 and June 22-24 at SCF Venice. The course provides the basic information on becoming a licensed private investigator, including industry regulations, department rules, licensing criteria and investigation techniques. Cost of the six-day, 40-hour course is $395. The course will be offered at SCF Venice, Building 800, Room 832, 8000 South Tamiami Trail on Friday, June 15; Saturday, June 16; Sunday, June 17; Friday, June 22; Saturday, June 23; and Sunday, June 24. Friday classes are 6 to 10 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday classes are 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This course meets the state licensing requirements to earn the Private Investigator Class CC intern license and quali“es those who pass the course to apply for a private investigators internship through the Florida Division of Licensing. For more information, contact Lee Kotwicki, director of Workforce Solutions, at 941-3637218, or email KotwicL@ SCF.edu. To register, visit: SCF. edu/CCDEnroll.Private Investigator course to be offeredFROM STATE COLLEGE OF FLORIDA Grant Knauer, a member of the Venice Middle Young Marines (VMYM), received a state-of-the-art STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) scholarship valued at $1,250 to attend a week at the National Flight Academy in Pensacola, Florida (NationalFlight Academy.com/ ambition-program/ explore-ambition/). Dennis Turner, president of the Sarasota Manatee Council of the Navy League, presented the award Wednesday, May 24, at the VMYMs annual graduation ceremony. Grant will experience a weeks deployment aboard the National Flight Academys landlocked virtual aircraft carrier, Ambition (CVT-11). Each deck of Ambition is designed scenically and theatrically to simulate a modern aircraft carrier. Grant will learn about aviation and aeronautics during his full immersion STEM experience and will flyŽ simulated missions. Young Marine receives STEM scholarshipSTAFF REPORT PHOTO COURTESY OF AL BURDAYoung Marine Grant Knauer, left, accepts a scholarship from Dennis Turner, president of the Sarasota Manatee Council of the Navy League, to attend a week at the National Flight Academy.What wonders will you discover on a nature scavenger hunt in the woods at Bay Preserve? Satisfy your curiosity by spending a fun morning exploring and enjoy a print-making art project at The Jungle in Your Backyard, hosted by Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast in collaboration with Sarasota Nature Printers. This family-friendly program, designed for kids ages 5 to 12, will be held Saturday, June 9, 9-11 a.m. at Bay Preserve. Be prepared to hike through the woods and unlock the sights and sounds of nature, and discover leaves and flowers to use for your own nature print. The program will be held at Conservation Foundations headquarters, Bay Preserve, 400 Palmetto Ave., Osprey. Registration is required as capacity is limited. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For details and registration, call 941-918-2100 or visit: ConservationFoundation .com/jungle. The Jungle in Your Backyard is offered in celebration of the family-friendly production, Jungle Book,Ž presented by Asolo Rep, June 6 through June 24 in Sarasota. Learn more about this innovative, re-imagining of Rudyard Kiplings classic tale at: AsoloRep. org.About Conservation FoundationConservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast saves land, forever, protecting those special natural lands that make this region extraordinary. Working with landowners, businesses, and government, Conservation Foundation protects the character and natural integrity of the bays, beaches, barrier islands and their watersheds on Floridas Gulf Coast. A nationally accredited land trust, the Foundation purchases natural areas, holds land conservation agreements and educates for responsible land and water stewardship in Manatee, Sarasota, Charlotte and Lee Counties. Learn more at: ConservationFoundation. com.Discover The Jungle in Your BackyardFROM CONSERVATION FOUNDATION

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8B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITIONAREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS 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 D5923988 SLD 2 QUAILS RUN BLVD Unit#3 34223 ENGLEWOOD 572 QUAILS RUN I $75,000 1 1 0 1977 Community Condominium Conventional 5 /21/2018 $131.12 0.95 C7250485 SLD 7451 DANVERS CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 784 VILLAGE HOLIDAY LAKE $94,000 2 2 0 1980 Community Mobile Home Cash 5/21 /2018 $119.90 0.94 D5924130 SLD 13532 DIBELLA AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 918 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 066 $121,000 2 1 0 1978 Community Single Family Res idence FHA 5/22/2018 $131.81 0.97 N5915635 SLD 6796 GASPARILLA PINES BLVD #99 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,036 VILLAGE AT WILDFLOWER CC PH 02 $119,900 2 2 0 1981 Community Condominium Conventional 5/24/2018 $115.73 0.96 D5924061 SLD 13603 ROMFORD AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 775 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 066 $129,900 2 1 0 1978 Community Single Family Res idence FHA 5/22/2018 $167.61 1 D5919749 SLD 2845 PENGUIN LN 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,139 HOLIDAY MOB ESTATES 3RD ADD $133,000 2 2 0 1986 Community Mobile Home Cash 5/21/2018 $116.77 0.99 D5923935 SLD 6800 PLACIDA RD Unit#160 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,092 FIDDLERS GREEN 02 PH 02 BLDG 16 $137,450 2 2 0 1987 Community Cond ominium Conventional 5/26/2018 $125.87 0.99 D5923725 SLD 13530 BENNETT DR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,050 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 066 $137,000 2 2 0 1978 Community Single Family Re sidence Cash 5/22/2018 $130.48 0.91 C7400964 SLD 256 ANNAPOLIS LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,235 ROTONDA WEST OAKLAND HILLS $135,000 3 2 0 1986 Private Single Family Re sidence Cash 5/25/2018 $109.31 0.87 D5922114 SLD 1321 KINGFISHER DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,248 HOLIDAY MOB ESTATE 1ST ADD $159,000 3 2 0 2003 None Mobile Home Cash 5/2 4/2018 $127.40 0.96 D5923910 SLD 6135 MCKEE ST 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,203 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 066 $164,000 3 2 0 1978 Private, Community Single Family Residence Conventional 5/24/2018 $136.33 0.97 D5924133 SLD 7296 YARDLEY ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,300 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 064 $168,000 3 2 0 1984 None Single Family Residence VA 5/23/2018 $129.23 0.96 A4214882 SLD 171 BOUNDARY BLVD #171L 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,188 AL LAGO VILLAGE $161,514 2 2 0 2004 Community Condominium Cash 5 /24/2018 $135.95 0.92 N5917354 SLD 10204 DEERWOOD AVE 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,692 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 062 $184,500 3 2 0 1989 None Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/2018 $109.04 1 D5924000 SLD 618 CHERRYWOOD DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,292 FOXWOOD $186,500 2 2 0 1987 Community Villa FHA 5/21/2018 $144.35 0.94 D5914227 SLD 2295 N BEACH RD Unit#20 34223 ENGLEWOOD 408 GULF BAY COOP $183,000 1 1 0 1994 None Mobile Home Cash 5/25/2018 $44 8.53 0.92 N6100287 SLD 131 ARTISTS AVE 34223 ENGLEWOOD 864 ENGLEWOOD OF $142,500 2 2 0 1973 None Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 $164.93 0.71 D5923450 SLD 7314 TEABERRY ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,836 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 064 $199,900 3 2 0 1992 None Single Family Residence VA 5/21/2018 $108.88 1 D5918221 SLD 5293 WHITE AVE 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,020 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 56 $200,000 3 2 0 2006 None Single Family Residence VA 5/25/2018 $99.01 0.93 D5923595 SLD 123 ANTIS DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,242 ROTONDA LAKES $215,000 3 2 0 2007 Private Single Family Residence Cash 5/22 /2018 $173.11 0.99 D5922933 SLD 3968 CAPE HAZE DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,221 ROTONDA SHORES $207,000 3 2 0 2018 None Single Family Residence Cash 5 /22/2018 $169.53 0.94 D5922267 SLD 15753 LAKELAND CIR 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 2,320 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 082 $230,000 4 2 1 2006 None Single Family Resid ence VA 5/21/2018 $99.14 1.02 D5923620 SLD 803 DIANE CIR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,848 SPANISH WELLS $217,000 3 2 0 1998 Private Single Family Residence Conventiona l 5/22/2018 $117.42 0.95 D6100627 SLD 800 STEWART ST 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,220 ENGLEWOOD HOMEACRES LEMON BAY $227,500 2 2 0 1977 Private Single Family Resi dence Cash 5/21/2018 $186.48 0.97 N5917061 SLD 4 CURACAO CIR Unit#40 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,463 BOCA ROYALE $230,000 2 2 0 1974 Community Villa Cash 5/21/2018 $157.2 1 0.96 D5923693 SLD 1651 BEACH RD Unit#211 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,180 SANDPIPER KEY BLDG 06 $230,000 2 2 0 1982 Community Condominium Conv entional 5/22/2018 $194.92 0.96 D5918806 SLD 2985 N BEACH RD Unit#C5-2 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,080 ADMIRALS POINT CONDO $219,900 2 2 0 1972 Community Condominium Ca sh 5/21/2018 $203.61 0.92 N5916611 SLD 4 OAKWOOD DR N 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,428 ENGLEWOOD ISLES $239,000 2 2 0 1970 Community Villa Conventional 5/23/2018 $ 167.37 0.96 D5921335 SLD 2405 N BEACH RD Unit#13 34223 ENGLEWOOD 781 GULFRIDGE $249,000 2 1 0 2015 Community Condominium Cash 5/25/2018 $3 18.82 1 D5923804 SLD 136 BROADMOOR LN 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,792 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR $239,000 3 2 1 1995 Private Single Family Reside nce Conventional 5/22/2018 $133.37 0.94 D5921971 SLD 104 JENNIFER DR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,890 ROTONDA LAKES $264,900 3 2 0 2005 Private Single Family Residence Cash 5 /24/2018 $140.16 1 D5923037 SLD 12401 KERMAN CT 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,909 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 095 $272,000 3 2 0 2007 Private Single Family Resid ence Conventional 5/23/2018 $142.48 0.99 D5922390 SLD 29 WATERFORD DR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,786 ENGLEWOOD ISLES SUB $255,000 3 2 0 1977 Private Single Family Residence Con ventional 5/24/2018 $142.78 0.93 D5918663 SLD 8259 PELICAN RD 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,872 PINE LAKE $261,000 4 3 0 1986 None Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 $139.42 0.94 D5923859 SLD 591 BOUNDARY BLVD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,800 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR $262,000 3 2 0 2001 Private Single Family Resid ence Conventional 5/24/2018 $145.56 0.94 D5923819 SLD 14674 INGRAHAM BLVD 33981 PORT CHARLOTTE 1,539 PORT CHARLOTTE SEC 081 $268,000 3 2 0 1978 Private Single Family R esidence Conventional 5/25/2018 $174.14 0.96 D5921252 SLD 711 BOUNDARY BLVD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,252 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR $270,000 4 2 0 2001 Private Single Family Resid ence Conventional 5/25/2018 $119.89 0.96 A4200376 SLD 2216 OLEADA CT 34224 ENGLEWOOD 2,050 PALMAKE ESTS SEC 1 $289,000 3 2 0 2013 None Single Family Residence VA 5/22/ 2018 $140.98 1 D5923105 SLD 20 BRIG CIR E 33946 PLACIDA 2,261 ROTONDA SANDS $296,500 3 2 1 2012 Private Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 $131.14 1 C7251040 SLD 7267 REGINA DR 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,748 PORT CHARLOTTE 64 $299,000 3 2 0 2018 Private Single Family Residence Conven tional 5/21/2018 $171.05 1 C7247056 SLD 38 SPORTSMAN CIR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,136 ROTONDA WEST BROADMOOR $283,000 3 2 0 1992 Private Single Family Reside nce Conventional 5/25/2018 $132.49 0.95 A4213909 SLD 116 LEE CIR 34223 ENGLEWOOD 2,028 ENGLEWOOD GARDENS UNIT 1 $285,000 3 3 0 1958 Private Single Family Residence Ca sh 5/25/2018 $140.53 0.95 D5921105 SLD 121 MARKER RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,503 ROTONDA WEST LONG MEADOW $290,000 3 2 0 2005 Private Single Family Residen ce Conventional 5/24/2018 $115.86 0.97 N5914126 SLD 358 SUNSET RD N 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,864 ROTONDA HEIGHTS $277,000 3 2 1 2006 None Single Family Residence FHA 5/2 5/2018 $96.72 0.92 D6100086 SLD 827 ROTONDA CIR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,986 ROTONDA WEST LONG MEADOW $285,000 3 2 0 2005 Private Single Family Residence Conventional 5/24/2018 $143.50 0.93 D6100343 SLD 237 ALBATROSS RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,936 ROTONDA LAKES $309,000 3 3 1 2015 Private Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 $159.61 1 D5917995 SLD 1551 BEACH RD Unit#306 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,070 SANDPIPER KEY BLDG 04 $300,000 2 2 0 1981 Community Condominium Conv entional 5/24/2018 $280.37 0.97 D5918130 SLD 906 ROTONDA CIR 33947 ROTONDA WEST 1,866 ROTONDA WEST WHITE MARSH $319,900 3 2 0 2017 Private Single Family Resid ence Conventional 5/21/2018 $171.44 1 D5922618 SLD 51 PAR VIEW RD 33947 ROTONDA WEST 2,201 ROTONDA WEST LONG MEADOW $324,000 3 2 1 2000 Private Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 $147.21 0.97 C7245953 SLD 10435 SHERMAN ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,060 PALM POINT $330,000 2 2 0 1972 None Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 $311.32 0.94 D5922835 SLD 11140 HACIENDA DEL MAR #E202 33946 PLACIDA 1,688 HACIENDA DEL MAR $365,000 2 2 1 2007 Community Condominium Conventional 5/25/2018 $216.23 0.96 D5921604 SLD 1751 BEACH RD Unit#305 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,070 SANDPIPER KEY BLDG 08 $360,000 2 2 0 1982 Community Condominium Priv ate 5/24/2018 $336.45 0.92 D5920348 SLD 8500 AMBERJACK CIR Unit#302 34224 ENGLEWOOD 2,493 HAMMOCKS-PRESERVE $390,000 4 3 0 2006 Community Condominium Cas h 5/24/2018 $156.44 0.98 D5920275 SLD 7474 PALM ISLAND DR #2724 33946 PLACIDA 1,568 PALM ISLAND VILLAGE PH 02 $439,900 3 3 0 1984 Community Condominium Cash 5/23/2018 $280.55 0.98 D5922834 SLD 2400 N BEACH RD Unit#5 34223 ENGLEWOOD 1,286 BOARDWALK MANASOTA KEY $448,050 3 2 0 1984 Community Condominium Cas h 5/24/2018 $348.41 0.97 A4207260 SLD 9210 PINE COVE RD 34224 ENGLEWOOD 1,694 PINE COVE $499,000 3 2 0 1984 Private Single Family Residence VA 5/25/201 8 $294.57 1 D5908732 SLD 7536 PALM ISLAND DR S #1524 33946 PLACIDA 1,568 PALM ISLAND VILLAGE BLDG 05 $420,000 3 3 0 1984 Community Condominium Cash 5/24/2018 $267.86 0.84 D5921063 SLD 10467 MARION ST 34224 ENGLEWOOD 2,520 PALM POINT $585,000 3 3 1 1989 Private Single Family Residence Private 5/24 /2018 $232.14 0.9 P4718080 SLD 181 N GULF BLVD Unit#8 33946 PLACIDA 2,206 PALM ISLAND ESTATES $1,025,000 3 2 0 1990 Community Single Family Resi dence Cash 5/23/2018 $464.64 0.82 D5912381 SLD 1400 14TH ST W 33921 BOCA GRANDE 3,456 BOCA GRANDE $5,000,000 5 5 0 1990 None Single Family Residence Conventiona l 5/22/2018 $1,446.76 0.91SOUTH 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 RatioA4214332 Sold 113 PORTIA ST N Nokomis $80,000 2 1 0 1952 Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/2018 121.21 0.9 O5700229 Sold 661 BIRD BAY CIR #93 Bird Bay $118,000 2 2 0 1978 Condominium Cash 5/22/2018 121.4 0.98 N5916209 Sold 370 BASE AVE E #208 Kathryns $143,500 3 2 0 1970 Condominium Conventional 5/25/2018 131.89 0.96 N5916424 Sold 928 CAPRI ISLES BLVD #232 Golfview $154,500 2 2 0 1988 Condominium Cash 5/24/2018 152.67 0.98 N5916978 Sold 1211 CAPRI ISLES BLVD #107 Fairways Of Capri $157,900 2 2 0 1995 Condominium Cash 5/22/2018 175.44 1 A4211479 Sold 1170 FUNDY RD South Venice $160,000 2 1 0 1966 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 157.64 0.97 N5915772 Sold 376 CIRCLEWOOD DR #E1-7 Circlewoods Of Venice $162,500 2 2 0 1981 Condominium Cash 5/25/2018 121 0.96 A4206250 Sold 1040 BIRD BAY WAY #283 Bird Bay $165,000 2 2 0 1979 Condominium Cash, Conventional 5/22/2018 160.04 0.94 N6100139 Sold 247 MOSS LN Venice Gardens $167,750 2 2 0 1965 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 145.62 0.99 N5915020 Sold 1020 BEACH MANOR CIR #41 Beach Manor Villas South $168,000 2 2 0 1970 Condominium Cash 5/22/2018 152.04 0.99 N5916993 Sold 1785 BIRCH DR Venice Gardens $172,000 2 2 0 1965 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 100.76 1 N5917318 Sold 305 GARDENIA RD Venice Gardens $175,000 2 2 0 1968 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/21/2018 107.49 0.97 N5917311 Sold 128 CIRCLEWOOD DR #B1-3 Circlewoods Of Venice $175,000 2 2 0 1982 Condominium Cash 5/24/2018 132.58 0.97 N6100193 Sold 181 MORNING STAR RD #181 Venice Bay Adult Park $175,000 1 1 0 1963 Condominium Cash 5/23/2018 276.46 0.88 N5916464 Sold 900 GARDENS EDGE DR #914 Magnolia Park $180,000 2 2 0 2006 Condominium Cash 5/24/2018 145.75 1 N5917326 Sold 220 CERROMAR WAY S #32 Augusta Villas At Plan $180,000 2 2 0 1980 Condominium Conventional 5/21/2018 153.19 0.9 5 N6100165 Sold 450 AZALEA RD South Venice $182,000 2 2 0 1986 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 159.23 1 N6100036 Sold 441 HOLLY RD South Venice $185,000 2 2 0 1979 Single Family Residence FHA 5/25/2018 147.41 1.03 A4214520 Sold 4258 VICENZA DR #A37 Casa Di Amici $185,000 3 2 0 2005 Condominium Conventional 5/21/2018 133.77 0.97 N6100194 Sold 808 CYPRESS AVE North Edgewood Sec Of Venice $188,500 2 2 0 1957 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 176 1 A4210562 Sold 738 CYPRESS AVE North Edgewood Sec Of Venice $190,000 3 2 0 1953 Single Family Residence FHA 5/25/2018 162.25 1 A4400398 Sold 1010 TAMPA RD South Venice $190,000 2 2 0 1976 Single Family Residence Cash 5/22/2018 164.36 0.95 N6100009 Sold 800 BIRD BAY DR W #101 Bird Bay Village $190,000 2 2 0 1991 Condominium Cash 5/22/2018 153.1 0.88 A4212734 Sold 459 E BAFFIN DR South Venice $194,500 3 2 0 1964 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 133.86 1 N5916351 Sold 186 PADOVA WAY Venetian Golf And River Club $198,000 2 2 0 2003 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 180 0.97 N5916590 Sold 1800 BANYAN DR Venice Gardens $199,900 2 2 0 1975 Single Family Residence FHA 5/24/2018 180.42 1 A4201721 Sold 200 PARK BLVD N #108 Bristol House $200,000 2 2 0 1970 Condominium Conventional 5/21/2018 202.84 0.87 N5917225 Sold 440 E BAFFIN DR South Venice $210,000 2 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 171.43 0.95 N5915324 Sold 380 S VENICE BLVD South Venice $210,000 3 2 0 2001 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/23/2018 174.56 0.93 D5921738 Sold 386 NIGHTINGALE RD South Venice $227,000 2 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/2018 138.75 0.95 N5917361 Sold 121 N AUBURN RD #14 Tuscany Lake $232,500 3 2 0 2005 Condominium Cash 5/23/2018 152.56 0.97 N5916729 Sold 788 TAPLOW RD South Venice $236,500 3 2 0 1978 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 152.98 0.98 N5917264 Sold 1211 FLAMINGO RD South Venice $238,500 2 2 0 1989 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 179.59 0.98 N5915715 Sold 135 DA VINCI DR Sorrento East $239,000 3 2 0 1974 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/23/2018 128.36 1 A4212655 Sold 163 PENNSYLVANIA AVE Ogburns T B Add To Town Of Osprey $240,000 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/21/2018 181 0.97 T2905623 Sold 3202 MEADOW RUN DR Meadow Run At Jacaranda $242,000 2 2 0 1985 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/24/2018 1 32.02 1.01 N5915731 Sold 84 NAVIGATION CIR #106 Bay Street Village & Towncenter Land Condo $248,400 3 2 0 2017 Condominium Conventional 5 /23/2018 162.57 0.98 N5916040 Sold 19029 LAPPACIO ST Islandwalk At The West Villages $252,000 2 2 0 2014 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22 /2018 180.26 0.95 A4210342 Sold 467 DUCHAMP DR Sorrento East $254,158 2 2 0 1978 Single Family Residence Cash 5/22/2018 149.95 0.94 N5916108 Sold 13567 SALINAS ST Islandwalk At The West Villages $259,000 3 2 0 2010 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 184 .74 1 A4202847 Sold 111 COROT DR Sorrento East $267,000 2 2 0 1972 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 155.41 0.99 A4213332 Sold 120 BRAEMAR AVE Wexford On The Green $268,900 2 2 0 1997 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/24/2018 155.61 0.99 N5916815 Sold 1330 WHISPERING LN Pinebrook South $277,000 3 2 0 1983 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/24/2018 173.56 0. 97 N5916364 Sold 11976 BLAZING STAR DR Preserve at West Villages $285,000 2 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 156. 94 0.97 N5915207 Sold 550 SILK OAK DR Lake Of The Woods $294,000 3 2 0 1992 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 126.72 0.8 9 N5916950 Sold 1024 PONDEROSA RD South Venice $299,000 3 2 1 1982 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 166.11 1 A4213997 Sold 841 SUNRISE RD South Venice $309,000 3 2 0 2017 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 185.03 0.97 O5703161 Sold 406 PINEWOOD LAKE DR Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club $310,000 3 2 0 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/20 18 174.35 0.97 N5916748 Sold 120 VENICE PALMS BLVD Venice Palms $310,000 3 2 0 1999 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 166.22 0. 94 A4403891 Sold 2041 MESIC HAMMOCK WAY Stoneybrook At Venice $313,667 4 2 1 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 5/22/2018 130.69 1 C7400506 Sold 2202 CHENILLE CT Stoneybrook At Venice $314,900 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 148.82 0.97 D5922266 Sold 1862 MESIC HAMMOCK WAY Stoneybrook At Venice $315,000 3 2 0 2011 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/23/2018 189.08 0.99 A4184757 Sold 3603 N POINT RD #402 Meridian At The Oaks Preserve $320,000 3 3 0 2007 Condominium Cash 5/23/2018 125.74 0.91 T3102249 Sold 13728 YELMA STREET Not Applicable $320,024 2 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 191.52 0.98 A4207981 Sold 136 GRAND OAK CIR Hidden Lakes Club $326,000 3 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Other, Private 5/22/2018 139.73 0.93 A4205209 Sold 2140 MESIC HAMMOCK WAY Stoneybrook At Venice $328,000 3 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/23/2018 161.18 0.99 N5916736 Sold 625 BALSAM APPLE DR The Lakes Of Jacaranda $335,000 3 2 0 1997 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 167.17 0. 91 N5915998 Sold 1242 SLEEPY HOLLOW RD Pinebrook South $337,500 3 2 1 1979 Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/2018 160.49 0.96 N5917128 Sold 418 PINEWOOD LAKE DR Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club $340,000 2 2 0 1997 Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/20 18 199.88 0.96 A4401601 Sold 19314 JACINDA ST Islandwalk At The West Villages $347,000 3 2 0 2013 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 212 .36 0.99 N5916131 Sold 11803 BREADFRUIT LN Stoneybrook At Venice $350,000 4 3 0 2010 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 174.48 0.9 6 N6100546 Sold 13827 VANCANZA DR Gran Paradiso $360,497 4 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 160.72 1 A4204350 Sold 1141 CIELO CT Willow Chase $362,500 2 2 0 2006 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/22/2018 167.67 0.97

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 9BA4210406 Sold 4921 BELLA TERRA DR Venetia $365,000 2 2 0 2001 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 161.86 0.95 A4403833 Sold 10398 MEDJOOL DR Sarasota National $375,000 4 3 0 2017 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 184.28 1 N5916024 Sold 20398 GRAZIE PL Gran Paradiso $379,900 4 2 0 2014 Single Family Residence Cash 5/22/2018 169.37 1 A4192585 Sold 158 TREVISO CT Venetian Golf & River Club $383,000 2 2 0 2004 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/21/2018 17 4.97 0.99 T2937755 Sold 11680 TAPESTRY LN #68 Renaissance $387,900 4 3 0 2018 Single Family Residence Cash 5/25/2018 145.01 0.97 N5915783 Sold 484 ARBORVIEW LN Sawgrass $392,500 3 2 0 2007 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 191.93 0.98 N6100555 Sold 1651 STILL RIVER Grand Palm $398,665 3 2 1 2018 Single Family Residence Cash, Conventional 5/21/2018 197.95 1 N6100107 Sold 651 MAY APPLE WAY Lakes Of Jacaranda $400,000 3 2 0 2005 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 195.22 0.96 A4403995 Sold 11565 RENAISSANCE BLVD Renaissance $402,829 4 2 1 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/23/2018 169.18 1 A4404245 Sold 13890 VANCANZA DR Gran Paradiso $412,994 4 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/20/2018 184.13 1 O5569159 Sold 848 WOOD SORREL LN The Lakes Of Jacaranda $415,000 3 2 0 2003 Single Family Residence Other 5/25/2018 180.99 0. 94 N6100514 Sold 13834 VANCANZA DR Gran Paradiso $427,193 3 2 0 2018 Single Family Residence VA 5/22/2018 178 1 N5913938 Sold 2190 MUSKOGEE TRL Calusa Lakes $449,000 4 2 0 1998 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 168.61 1 A4211386 Sold 1248 FLYING BRIDGE LN Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club $450,000 3 2 0 1979 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 196.25 1.01 N5916593 Sold 461 PERCHERON CIR Mission Valley Estates $464,900 3 2 0 1996 Single Family Residence Cash 5/24/2018 193.87 1 A4201753 Sold 709 SAWGRASS BRIDGE RD Sawgrass $466,000 3 2 0 1997 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/25/2018 160.52 0.93 N5914631 Sold 832 AMARYLLIS LN Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club $502,000 4 3 0 2006 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 1 90.8 0.97 N5916521 Sold 403 NOKOMIS AVE S Not Applicable $520,000 2 2 1 2016 Condominium Cash 5/25/2018 294.28 1 A4214582 Sold 1219 YACHT HARBOR DR Southbay Yacht & Racquet Club $520,000 3 2 1 1981 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/2 5/2018 179.93 0.96 N5916288 Sold 1027 GROUSE WAY Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club $530,000 3 3 0 2002 Single Family Residence Conventional 5/21 /2018 189.02 0.93 A4209772 Sold 1086 SCHERER WAY Rivendell $535,000 4 3 0 2002 Single Family Residence Cash 5/23/2018 201.73 0.92 A4200167 Sold 2111 CALUSA LAKES BLVD Calusa Lakes $591,000 3 2 1 1999 Single Family Residence Cash 5/21/2018 227.66 0.95 A4174616 Sold 14021 BELLAGIO WAY #411 The Villas At Bellagio Harbor Village $674,000 3 3 1 2006 Condominium Cash 5/21/2018 301 .57 0.96 N5916880 Sold 550 FLAMINGO DR #201 Island Shores $1,225,000 3 2 0 1987 Condominium Cash 5/21/2018 513.2 0.98AREA PROPERTY TRANSFERS CONTINUED 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 Ratio Find it in the CLASSIFIEDS! LOOKING FOR SOMETHING? 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The Party of the Summer for Pre-Teens, Teens & Young Adults!1ST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH507 W MARION AVE PUNTA GORDA FOR INFORMATION CALL 941.639.3842 WWW.WHATIS1ST.COMFAMBLITZ ON JUNE 28 @ 7 PM BLITZPARTY ON JUNE 29 @ 9 PM ILLUMINATE MINISTRIES INVITES YOU TO JOIN US THIS SUMMER! P 1 A A adno=719515 adno=719518 A summer kids event called Shipwrecked VBS will be hosted at Epiphany Cathedral on June 18-22 This event is for kids going into Kindergarten to 5th grade next year 2018-19. The fun begins 9am to noon each day. AfterCare available from 10-5:30pm for a fee, 941-485-2325 or register at our website: www.epiphanycathedral.org.At Shipwrecked, kids discover that Jesus rescues them! We help kids discover how to see evidence of God in everyday life. Family members and friends are encouraged to join in daily at 11:30am for the Sail Away Sendoff! adno=54532291

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10B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION D C C C C C C B C C A D C C Serving South of Venice No Job Too Big or Too Small!Licensed & Insured CRC 1327653(941) 629-4966 D A Lic. # 123956Ins.# VGMD1014G5136-1 Various Lengths 12Ž thru 32Ž € Over 25 Years Experience EXPERT RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL RENOVATIONS Visit:www.blueparrotconstruction.com Well Established & Many References D D C The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at D E HILL TOBACCO 941-249-8916 Florida Qualied Business QB #60655 State Certied #SC131149736 SCREEN ROOMS CARPORTS SHEDS ENTRYWAYS PAN ROOFS COMPLETE ROOFS VINYL WINDOWS S S M MS S S TS S T TS S S D S DS S DS S S YS S Y YS S S S FS S F FS S S S FS S F FS S S S WS W W S S S ACRYLIC WINDOWS CONCRETE STORM PANELS AWNINGS SIDING RESCREENS REPAIR & SERVICE 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN ALUMINUM CONTRUCTION Serving Charlotte & Sarasota Counties 5 5 5 5 BEST PRICES IN TOWN N N O O O O OM OM OM O E E E EN N R R R R O RO RO RO O O O O O O M M M M M M S S MS MS C AC A L L YL C A A A CR C A A A C AC AC CR CR CR Y Y CW C R R Y Y Y YL YL YL LI LI LI C I C C C W W W N W W I I I N N DO D D O S S T T T T T P P P P P P P P R R R R C C S S N N T T T T T T O O O O O O W S S T T S T T T T P P P P P P P P P R R R R R R I C C E S S I I I N N N T T T O O O O O W I I C C E E E S S I I I I N N N N T T T T T T O T T T T O O O O O O O W W O W W a a a at t t t t t t Phone: 941-627-9244 Visit us at ALUMASERV.NET C House Cleaning Home Watch Services Now Available.www.mrscleaningup.com941-204-8057Licensed & Insured Mrs. Cleaning UpDeep Clean Your Home From Top To Bottom Inside Out! Starting from$99Initial Clean$20 OHouse Clean Specials! PRO PATH CONCRETE C ONCRET C O O N C R RE RE T TE A A A A C C Cadno=719739

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 11B M L L L H E H P P H F F Mowing Only A ordable Lawn Care941-706-5569 Flat Rate Lawn Care Bush Trmming MulchingFree EstimatesLic. & ins Bradenton to Punta Gorda G G 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 6 280 2 51 Epoxy Flakes, Quartz, Silica G H P H 941 456 -2 1 2 0 YOUR ARMY LOGISTICS MOTTERNIZED LL C Home Services Specialist Text or Call Steve P Lic. CRC1330764William Daniels, Owner 941-249-4248 Cell 941-716-3351 I I J M M M P H H L L L P H H L N H adno=719740

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12B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION R R R C R T P P T T P P Lic. / Ins. 941-661-7897Serving all areas Mosquitos conjuring near you? 9 9 941-303-3252 Call for a FREE estimate Licensed & Insured 10% OFF $500 OR MORE WITH COUPON MATHEWS TREE SERVICESPECIALIZES IN DANGEROUS LIMB & TREE REMOVALS TILES BY FRANK, INC.FRANK S. CORRADO Owner941-307-9507 Its not a JOB when you do something you LOVE over 22 YearsLic. # CCC1329187 Expert Roof Repairsat prices you can aordLicensed and Insured Call Roger2 Years unlimited Guarantee on Leaks RICH LANDERS STUCCO, INC.( 941 ) 497-4553New Construction & Remodels Rusted bands & Wire Lath Repair.Spraycrete & More! Call 866.463.1638 or email your ad to classied@sunletter.comSun Classied Readers Find Sun Classied Readers Find in The Business & Service Directory Semi-Retired Reasonable RatesLicensed and Insured CFC1429017 LARRYS PLUMBING941-484-5796 W The State of Florida Requires all Contractors to be Registered or Certi“ed. Be advised to Check License Numbers with the State by Calling1-850-487-1395 or on the Web at W P P T T T T R R R R R R R R R S T T T R P Padno=719741

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 14B PHOTO ALBUM CONTACT US 941-207-1102 ablackwell@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERS PHOTO COURTESY OF PAT WESTEnjoying their melon, great-granddaughters of Pat and Jim West, of Country Club Estates, are twins Kaia and Ella, anking their big sister, Ava Warren. PHOTO COURTESY OF CHARLOTTE KUROPATWAPeggy, Dawn and Theresa enjoy the speaker at the Salvation Army Womens Retreat that was held in Orlando in April.PHOTO COURTESY OF CHARLOTTE KUROPATWAOur beautiful Caspersen Beach boardwalk. PHOTO COURTESY OF BOB PETERSTess Davis, left, of Glenarm, Maryland, joins Chris Skelton, of Nokomis, at one of her favorite Sarasota restaurants: Bobs Train and Circus Museum.COURTESY PHOTOThis group participates in a monthly potluck meeting of the Venice Sailing Squadron with Bitter Ender Miriam Snavely, center, and Commodore VSS Jon Phillips, left, and Englewood Sailing Association members Bill Peterson, John Ruhl and Hugh Moore. COURTESY PHOTOFlorida Sen. Greg Stuebe poses with Charlotte Kuropatwa at a meeting.COURTESY PHOTO Sheila and Eric Nichols enjoy a monthly wine dinner at Cafe Venice. The rst one in May kicks o the summer season. COURTESY PHOTOSyd Gibson, right, president of Professional Women of Englewood and Venice (BPWEV) gives certicates of appreciation to Amy Hibberd, left, and Sharyn Lonsdale, both Toastmasters, who gave humorous speeches at the organizations rst BFF Best Friend Forever/Best Female FriendŽ dinner celebration. This successful evening will become an annual event, replacing the Mother Daughter BanquetŽ that BPWEV always celebrated each year in May. BPWEV meets the third Tuesday of every month at Left Coast Seafood restaurant in Venice. The public is invited. Visit: BPWEV.org. COURTESY PHOTOThe Loveland Center litter pick-up team takes time between classes to thank Venice Area Beautication Inc. (VABI) program coordinators Linda Lewis and Janet Marquardt (fourth and second from left). Julie Kostelec, Loveland representative (third from left) and the volunteer team presents Lewis and Marquardt with handmade mosaic buttery tiles that were created by Loveland art class participants. The Loveland Team partners with VABI to keep Venice looking even more beautiful. Thank you, Loveland Team! 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.

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 15B 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 4DR JK UNLIMITEDRemovable 3-Piece Hard Top, Voice Command w/ Bluetooth, 3.6L V-6, Command Trac Shift-on -theFly 4WD, Speed Control, 8-Speaker Sound System w Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Theft Deterrent, Fog Lamps, Sport Bar with Full Padding, Tilt Steering and much more. #J18452$28,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE JOURNEY SESeven Passenger Seating, Power Windows/Locks/ Mirrors, Speed Control, Sunscreen Glass, 6-Speaker Sound System w/Touch Screen Display & Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls, Remote Proximity Keyless GO, Theft Deterrent System, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel & more. #D18271$16,999 SALE NEW 2018 FIAT124 SPIDER CONVERTIBLEBest Sports Car for the MoneyŽ U.S. News & World ReportsŽ Turbo Charged Rear Wheel Drive with Near Perfect 50/50 Weight Distribution, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Remote Keyless Entry, Speed Control, Aluminum Wheels and much more. #F1845$24,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER PACIFICA LSave another $500 if you Own/Lease a non-FCA vehicle. SafetyTec Grp w/Blind Spot Monitoring & Rear Cross Path Detection, ParkSense Rear Park Assist w/Stop, Back-Up Camera, 7-Passenger, Rear A/C wi/Heater, Keyless Enter-NGo, Speed Control, Voice Command w/Bluetooth Price inc $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #C18167$23,999 SALE NEW 2018 CHRYSLER300 TOURINGChrome Appearance Pkg, 20Ž Aluminum Wheels, 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, Auto Temp Control & more. #C18211$22,599 SALE NEW 2019 JEEP CHEROKEE LATITUDEBack-Up Camera, Keyless Entry, 17Ž Aluminum Wheels, Sat Radio, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, Speed Control, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Sunscreen Glass, Fog Lamps, Apple CarPlay/Google Android Capable & more. Price includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler, Own a Non-FCA Vehicle, Save another $500 #J1914$19,999 SALE NEW 2018 DODGE CHALLENGER SXT3.6L V-6 w/8-Speed Automatic, 18Ž Satin Carbon Aluminum Wheels, Uconnect Apple CarPlay & Android Capable, Voice Command w/Bluetooth, 6-Speakers, Back-Up Camera, Keyless Enter & GO, Theft Deterrent, Auto. Temperature Control, Power Seat/Windows/Locks/Mirrors & more. #D18158 $23,999 SALE NEW 2018 RAM QUAD CABChrome Appearance Pkg, Alum Wheels, 3.6L V-6, 8-Speed Auto, Power Windows/Locks/Mirrors, Speed Control, Keyless, Trailer Tow w/7-Pin Wiring Harness, Theft Deterrent, Sat Radio w/6-Speaker Sound System, Price Includes $500 Finance Bonus, must “nance w/Chrysler. #D18378 $25,999 SALE MSRP $26,100 SAVE $6,101 MSRP $28,090 SAVE $4,091Kelly Blue Book & Consumers Digest Best Buy AwardMSRP $34,155 SAVE $8,156 Better Prices Bigger Selection.*Prices are plus tax, tag, title. Dealer also charges a pre-delivery service fee of $799 which represents cost & pro“t to the d ealer for items such as cleaning, inspecting & adjusting vehicles & preparing documents related to the sale or lease. Dealer not responsi ble for typographical errors. Vehicles may not be as pictured & are subject to prior sale. Financing is with approved credit. Residency rules may apply. See dealer for details. 2018 Kelley Blue Book Brand Image Awards are based on the Brand Watch’ study from Kelley Blue B ook Strategic Insights. Resale Value Award calculated among non-luxury shoppers. Vehicles projected resale value is speci“c to th e 2018 model year. For more information, visit www.kbb..com. Kelley Blue Book is a registered trademark of Kelley Blue Book Co., Inc..7611 S. Tamiami Trail, Sarasota, FL 34231 Sales: Mon-Fri 8:30 7 € Sat 9-6 941-925-1234 € www.sunsetsubaru.com 2018 SubaruFORESTER 2.5iAlloy Wheel Pkg. 2.5i. Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, Automatic Transmission, Power Windows, Locks, Mirrors, Backup Camera, Speed Control, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Tilt Telescoping Steering Wheel, Remote Keyless Entry, MP3/CD, 6-Speakers, & Much More! JFB-02 #U18617 SALE $23,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months 2018 Subaru Impreza2.0i 4DR All Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JJA-01 #U18567Lease as low as$155/mo.36 months 10,000 miles per year $1,999 due at signing No Security DepositOr Purchase for$18,999 AS LOW AS $155 Per Month Lease 2018 SubaruOUTBACK 2.5iAutomatic. All Wheel Drive,APPLE CARPLAY/ DROIDAUTO, Power Windows/ Locks/Mirrors, Blue Tooth Phone Connectivity, Back-up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/ Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm and much more. JDB-01 #U18848SALE $25,999 AS LOW AS 0% Financing for 48 Months on OUTBACK 2018 SubaruCROSSTREK 2.0iAll Wheel Drive, APPLE CARPLAY/DROIDAUTO, Power Windows Locks/Mirrors, Bluetooth Phone Connectivity, Back-Up Camera, Speed Control, Remote Keyless Entry, Tilt/Telescoping Steering Wheel, Security System, Panic Alarm And Much More. JRA-01 #U18829SALE $21,999 AS LOW AS 2.9% Financing for 63 MonthsNEW SERVICE HOURS: MON-SAT 7-6 € TECHNICIANS NEEDED 4 Day Work Week Higher PayBetter Bene“ts SUNSET MASERATI ALFA ROMEO OF SARASOTAAlfa Romeo has earned and sustained its place as one of automotives most revered names for over a century. Fueled by passion, daring invention and proven track records, Alfa Romeo continues its evolutionary strides for the pure driver in you. Sunset Maserati Alfa Romeo of Sarasota7641 S Tamiami Trail Sarasota 941-924-8822www.alfaromeoofsarasota.com*Vehicle Prices Listed Are Plus Tax, Tag And Title. Prices Include Rebates. Dealer Also Charges A Pre-Delivery Service Fee Of $ 799 Which Represents Cost And Pro“t To The Dealer For Items Such As Cleaning, Inspecting And Adjusting New And Used Vehicles And Preparin g Documents Related To The Sale Or Lease. Dealer Not Responsible For Typographical Errors. Vehicles May Not Be As Pictured And Ar e Subject To Prior Sale. Financing Is With Approved Credit. Residency Rules May Apply. See Dealer For Details. All New 2018 Alfa Romeo Stelvio 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 TrendNew 2018 Alfa Romeo Giulia starting at MSRP $39,190Lease Special $489 per month,36mo/10K per year.$1,995 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/ approved credit. This payment is on a $43,140 MSRP Giulia with Navigation, Blind Spot & Cross Path Detection, Collision Warning Plus: Park Assist, 18Ž Turbine wheels and more. Lease Special $469 per month,36mo/10K per year$1,995 Total Due at Signing including tax, tag and all fees. No security deposit w/approved creditA 1873 # A1850 MSRP $31,035 SAVE $8,436 MSRP $23,590 SAVE $6,001 Subaru is Kelley Blue Books 2018 Most Trusted Brand Subaru Impreza & Subaru WRX have the best resale value in their class, according to Kelley Blue Book. All 2018 Subaru models with EyeSight and Steering Responsive Headlights are an IIHS Top Safety Pick. Top Gear Magazine named the Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio The Best Car in the WorldŽ 80 WRANGLERS IN STOCK. adno=54536146

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16B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION As the school year draws to a close and fewer teens plan to spend their summers scooping ice cream, carrying golf clubs and working other hourly jobs, parenting and career counseling experts say todays young people are forgoing valuable life and workplace lessons needed to become successful and happy adults. When I think about kids en masse not working, I think about all the things theyre going to miss out on,Ž said Tim Thayne, a family therapist and author of the book Not by Chance: How Parents Boost Their Teens Success in and After Treatment.Ž Theres a level of accountability that doesnt come with internships; it doesnt come with service either,Ž he said. If youre out doing a service project, the person youre doing the service project for probably isnt going to get after you if youre on a cellphone.Ž The youth summer labor force „ the number of 16 „ to 24-year-olds working or actively looking for work has been on the decline for more than 30 years, with a peak rate of 77.5 percent in July 1989. In 2017, the youth labor force participation rate was 60.6 for July, considered the peak of summertime youth employment, according to statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor. Last July, only four in 10 teens were in the labor force, compared with about seven in 10 in July 1978, according to the department. Research points to a number of factors that have contributed to the decline in teens taking summer jobs: more students taking internships or seeking volunteer experiences to bolster college applications, overbooked extracurricular activity schedules, and lack of available hourly jobs in some communities. But Mike Minton, assistant director of the Career Center at Illinois State University, said he and other college of“cials think teens avoiding summer jobs in the hopes of padding their college resumes is counterproductive. College of“cials sometimes value work experience just as much, if not more, than service in a community. We see the value the students bring when they bring employment experience from high school,Ž Minton said, adding that students with notable work experience from their teen years often come to college with a strong sense of time management, strong verbal communication skills and a good work ethic. Students who work summer jobs before college also seem to get exposure to lines of work they may or may not be interested in, making it easier to narrow down a career choice later, Minton said. Getting used to the ”ow of work, getting used to customer service at a fast food restaurant or up in the hay loft, its great for just character development,Ž Minton said. Thayne said allowing teens to be employed by an outside business or person is most bene“cial because it forces them to show respect, develop relationships and be compensated by people theyve never met. But he said parents have a responsibility to help a child seek out those opportunities. In working with families, Thayne said, he encourages parents with teens to balance allowing young people to experience situations that build resilience while also keeping them from too much dif“culty for their age. Your goal is to help them someday be happy and be able to be a great, contributing member of society,Ž Thayne said. And in order to get there, youre really trying to help your teen develop a sense of personal mastery in their life over time. Youre going to want to let them do some things that are pretty hard.Ž For Thayne and his wife, who are raising “ve children ages 14 to 23 in Utah, this meant buying a milking cow for his children to take turns milking twice a day for a small business the family ran out of the home, 365 days a year. Thayne said that when his daughter, the only girl, inherited the job after her older brother graduated from high school, she sulked and protested the need for the responsibility. But it didnt take long for the girl to change her attitude about work, he said. A week later, she kind of came into the house smiling. She said, Dad, I dont want to really tell you this, but its actually kind of fun.ŽTeens need summer jobs to learn important life skillsBy VIKKI ORTIZCHICAGO TRIBUNEToo bad theyre not getting them Fewer teens are getting summer jobs. PHOTOS PROVIDEDYoung mother paying for toys at toy store. 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 $2000 adno=719851 adno=719850

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 17B adno=719853 adno=719854 Florida Cancer Specialists Has Immediate Openings! For complete details and to apply please refer to our Career Section at www.flcancer.com ENGLEWOOD OFFICE€ Head Nurse Sign On Bonus Available!€ Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Skills € Registered Nurse PRNVENICE OFFICE€ Office Manager € Medical Assistant with Phlebotomy Skills € Patient Services Specialist Team Lead € Registered Nurse FT and PRNadno=719855 JOB FAIRNow Hiring For The 2018/19 School Year!WhereCharlotte Technical College 18150 Murdock Circle Port Charlotte 33948Apply OnlineYourCharlotteSchools.net Click on Community, then Employment Opportunities and Apply!Please Know Or Bring € Drivers License Number € Social Security Number € 10 Years Past Employment History € 3 Or More Work-related References E-mail AddressesNo Weekends! Custodians Full-time & Substitutes Transportation Substitute Bus Drivers & Bus Attendants Champs Cafe Substitutes & Food Service Assistantcs Learning Department ParaprofessionalsNow Hiring!Monday, June 4th from 3pm 6pm adno=719856 NOW HIRING PAGE DESIGNERThe Charlotte Sun is looking for Full-Time layout/design help. InDesign experience is helpful. Job involves evenings and weekend hours. WE OFFER: € Health 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.SEND RESUME TO NLANE@SUN-HERALD.COM adno=719857 adno=SP48897

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18B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 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!!!! IDEALLY LOCATED! NORTH PORT € 7956 HYDE PARK AVE.Perfect “ rst home, retirement haven or investment. 2/1/1 1100sf block home in the heart of North Port, just one street behind the library in a lovely, quiet neighborhood. City water and sewer. Not in ” ood zone! Security system. $125,000 Patty Gillespie 941-875-2755 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY NEW CUSTOM HOME! 1493 NAVIGATOR RDBeautiful New Construction Home on Deep Creek Golf Course. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, 3 car garage. 2,000 sq ft. with all custom upgrades $299,900 941-626-7682 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 $21 7,450Almost 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 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 SOLD 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 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 car garage with courtyard, pool and extra lot. Immaculate! Needs nothing! Park like setting. 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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 19BLOS ANGELES „ On a recent morning behind the Taft Building in Hollywood, 20 apronclad men and women were each cradling 40to 75-pound beef short loins as if the connected Porterhouses and T-bones were small children. Be careful with the kidney fat!Ž yelled Adam Perry Lang. The chef was directing his new kitchen staff as they transported 14,000 pounds of meat from his off-site dry-aging room into the building. This was where, on a recent Thursday, Perry Lang opened APL, his “rst Los Angeles restaurant, on the ground ”oor of the restored 1923 high-rise at Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Its a project Perry Lang has been working on and talking about for years, since coming to Los Angeles in 2013 to do barbecue pop-ups in late-night talk show host Jimmy Kimmels studio back lot in Hollywood. Its the culmination of 30 years in the restaurant business, cooking at Le Cirque, helping Daniel Boulud open Daniel in New York City, cooking at Guy Savoy in France, co-founding Barbecoa in London with Jamie Oliver, winning awards on the national barbecue circuit, writing barbecue cookbooks and opening Daisy Mays BBQ in New York City. Those 30 years have given the classically trained Perry Lang and his barbecue a sort of superhero status. David Chang has APL-style ribsŽ „ inspired by Perry Langs signature FlintstonesŽ-sized slabs of meat on his Majordomo restaurant menu in Chinatown. Kimmel is one of many celebrity fans and acquaintances. And for the last couple of years, Perry Lang has been cooking for the music industrys elite at the Interscope Records party during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio. But while Perry Langs fans may know him best for his barbecue, APL is not a barbecue restaurant. You can call it a steakhouse, you can call it a restaurant,Ž he said. I call it a neighborhood restaurant, and thats important to me. Its a brasserie „ because for me, thats the ultimate style of restaurant as it relates to a social gathering place. I dont like trendy.ŽBuilt around broilerPerry Lang designed the 143-seat restaurant with Sami Hayek and Kathy Delgado. The space is out“tted with antique mirrors, white marble and honey-colored leather. A custom 20-foot piece of polished Tigerwood serves as the centerpiece for the Art Deco-style bar just off the main dining room. The walls are peppered with art curated by actress Portia de Rossis company General Public „ as well as a framed photo of Perry Lang and famed Italian butcher Dario Cecchini smelling a piece of meat. And just off the entrance is a 62-square-foot former one-chair barbershop that will serve as a lunchtime take-away area. It may not be barbecue, but meat is still at the heart of the restaurant. I built my restaurant around the broiler,Ž Perry Lang said of his Jade Titan infrared steakhouse broiler in the kitchen. And downstairs, the chef has built an actual meat palace, where all his dry-aging and butchering takes place. A 1,000-square-foot temperature-controlled room Perry Lang calls his environmental chamberŽ houses the restaurants thousands of pounds of meat. I liken it to an artisan cheese maker,Ž Perry Lang said of the meat aging process. Whats your end result? The ”avor, the pro“le, how am I going to coax that out of the meat? Thats why I call it an environmental chamber, because the temperature and humidity may change, if I want to ripen the meat quicker or adjust the air velocity.Ž He has plenty of his signature APL short ribs in the room, listed on the menu as APL short rib, pickle salad.Ž Theres a bone-in New York strip, rib-eye for one, Tomahawk for two, patty melt, “let mignon, hangar steak, skirt steak and prime rib. And what youre using to cut that steak is just as important as the meat itself. Perry Lang, who studied at the New England School of Metalwork in Auburn, Maine, has a locked glass case of 150 knives in the dining room, just above the bar. Over the last six years, hes been making knives at his R&D man cave in Lawndale. He crafted each one out of surgical steel from Sweden, heating and hammering metal until he created more than 300 sleek, sharper-than-hell pieces of steel. Its the last point of contact for the customer of this three-year process,Ž Perry Lang said as he opened the knife case to inspect his handiwork. The animal is raised, brought to an abattoir, shipped and dry-aged, it goes to my cook, under the broiler, to the service window then onto the plate. And now youre going to give someone a bad knife to end the whole process?Ž You can orderŽ one of the knives to use at the restaurant for $950. If you return the knife at the end of the meal, its free. Why $950? Because thats the minimum that declares a felony in California.Ž The knives will be transported through the dining room on high-powered Tony Stark-style magnetic boards. Even if you drop the board, the knives stay put. As for the rest of the menu, Perry Lang created a selection meant to be both indulgent and accessible: Lodge bread with French butter, goat cheese tartine, handkerchief pasta with Sunday gravy, shrimp cocktail and French onion soup.NonexclusionaryWine manager Evelyn Goreshniks list champions biodynamically farmed vineyards, and beverage director Jonathan Michael McClunes menu pays tribute to great whiskeys and classic cocktails. Im trying to create a nonexclusionary restaurant where a young couple on a date can come out for $120 and get a dry-aging experience and a nice bottle of Bordeaux,Ž said Perry Lang. He anticipates that his patty melt (his way for diners to experience the dry-age program on a budget) will be APLs most popular dish. Im creating it in a way so that I perforate it so you crack it open and the cheese just goes ohhh,Ž he said, eyes wide, hands slowly moving apart to animate an epic cheese pull. I want people go whoa and be excited.Ž But Perry Lang doesnt want you to get too caught up in the aging process, at least not while youre eating. I want the steak on the plate to not be about the pretension of saying, We age it 100 days,Ž he said. What does that mean? 100 days here is 100 days different than somewhere else. I cut into my meat and it smells like foie gras. Its not a competition. The steak goes on the plate. Enjoy it.ŽA look at APL, Adam Perry Langs new eateryBy JENN HARRISLOS ANGELES TIMES TNS PHOTOChef Adam Perry Lang poses for a portrait inside APL restaurant in Hollywood, Calif. More than 60 percent of lost dogs and cats in Sacramento never make it back home. That heartbreaking statistic lit a “re under staffers at the citys Front Street Animal Shelter. They developed an automated text messaging system that they believe has the potential to reunite pets and their human companions across the country, and they introduced it at a national Humane Society of the United States meeting recently in Kansas City. Their payoff? A $250,000 investment from Americas largest animal welfare organizations. The shelter will use the money to roll out the program, called Lost2Found. It was the biggest cash award given in Petco Foundations Innovation ShowdownŽ at the Animal Care Expo in Kansas City. The showdown,Ž presented live on Facebook in the style of the popular television show Shark Tank,Ž drew more than 200 contestants from across the United States and beyond. Front Street was one of three “nalists for a total of $350,000 in award money. The other two were HeartsSpeak, a national group that uses art to draw attention to shelter animals; and St. Huberts Animal Welfare Center, a rescue organization in New Jersey. Front Street staffers Bobby Mann and Ryan Hinderman pitched Lost2Found on the big stage to a panel of animal experts, including Cat DaddyŽ Jackson Galaxy from Animal Planet. They told the judges that two out of three lost pets in Sacramento never are reunited with their owners, often because people lack details about how to track down their pets. They might check their local shelter once or twice, or post ”iers. Then they give up. Shelters “ll with those dogs and cats, and the situation is not sustainable,Ž Hinderman said. Once Lost2Found is up and running, pet owners whose dogs or cats are missing can text the word strayŽ to a six-digit number. They quickly will receive links to help them locate their dog or cat, along with tips and videos. Subsequent messages will encourage them to keep looking, and offer more suggestions. Front Street also has designed a refrigerator magnet that it plans to send to every resident of Sacramento, listing resources for locating lost pets. The system will reduce the time that pets spend in shelters, and save facilities money, the Front Street team said. The judges seemed particularly impressed when Hinderman and Mann said Lost2Found can easily be duplicated by shelters across the country. The Sacramento shelter asked for a minimum of $100,000 for the project. Mann and Hinderman leaped into the air and cheered when Galaxy announced the panels decision to award $250,000 to Front Street. It was a big ask,Ž said shelter manager Gina Knepp. But we do believe that this is going to help people “nd their lost pets, and thats what were about.Ž She said Lost2Found should be fully operational by July 1.Animal shelter wanted $100,000. It got much, much moreBy CYNTHIA HUBERTTHE SACRAMENTO BEE MCT PHOTOFront Street Animal Shelter manager Gina Knepp with a year-old white and brindle pitbull mix slated to be euthanized at the facility in Sacramento, Calif., on Oct. 30, 2014. Knepp spent time with the dog and took her to the oce and found her to be social, able to be trained and not a threat and took her o the euthanization list. A pit bull waiting to be evaluated at the Front Street Animal Shelter in Sacramento, Calif. Front Street Animal Shelter manager Gina Knepp hands pet adoption paperwork to Karen Hobbs and her daughter Amanda, who drove an hour from Meadow Vista to camp out early to be rst in line on Oct. 30, 2014, when the Sacramento, Calif., animal care facility opens at noon.

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(772)-501-9835 1010 OPEN HOUSE 67 OAKLAND HILLS CT ROTONDA WEST 33947 *UNDER CONTRACT*One 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 ADVANTAGE REALTY INC.OPEN HOUSES TODAY11AM 2PM557 Meridan Ave., P.C. $199,900 Pool Home 1500 Sqft 3 Br, 2 Ba, 2 Car Garage. Tiled throughout. Quiet Neighborhood. (S on 41, R on West Tarpon, R on Meridan)941-255-5300 800-940-5033www.eraportcharlotte.com FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSaturday 6/2/2018: 4582 Fallon Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33948, 10:00AM-12:00PM 1224 Nantes Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33983, 12:00PM-3:00PM 23356 Weaver Avenue. 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Listed at: $265,000 For More Info Call: RE/MAX Palm The McGuire Group Brady or Priscilla 941-702-HOME(4663) PORT CHARLOTTE SATURDAY OPEN HOUSE 12-3PM New Construction 22301 Hallstead Ave $244,900 3 bdrm 2 bath 2 car gar, great room plan lighted tray ceilings in great room and master bdrm. walk in closet, Roman shower, granite counters, soft close doors and drawers. Perfect in every way! Stop and see today! PAT WALKER 941-276-4674 REMAX ANCHOR REALTY

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 21B 1010 OPEN HOUSE PORT CHARLOTTE SUN.1-4 114 Graham St SW Waterfront 3bd/3ba oversized garage, Dock, Boat Lift, Pool. REDUCED $469,900 Curt Cooke, Remax Platinum 941-232-1899 SUN., 06/03/18 1-3PM 627 Alhambra Rd #402 Venice.Beachfront 2/2 corner unit condo on Venice Island. Remodeled kitchen, 2 lanais. $459,900 Michael Saur, PLLC 281-615-8993 SUN., 06/03/18 1-4PM 1445 Maseno in Venetian Falls, Venice Villa with Lake views, Gated Community, 2/2/2 Plus Bonus Room, Enclosed Patio. $309,900 Carole Fanelli, REALTOR 941-441-5671 1020 HOUSES FOR SALE SELLING YOUR HOME, CONDO, OR LOT? WE CAN HELP YOU. Advertise your home, condo, or lot with us and reach over 150,000 readers in Charlotte, Sarasota, & DeSoto Counties and online everyday. Ask about our 90 day special. Call one of our classified experts for all the details at 866-463-1638 Realtors Welcome! NORTH PORTCottage home with picket fence. Two Bedrooms, 1 Bath. Big fenced yard. Studio/ workshop. Nice updates. $110,000.00 Freya Fuller Premier Sotheby's International Realty 941-223-1644 PORT CHARLOTTE 14518 Bridgeview (Riverwood) BETTER THAN NEW, TURNKEY FURNISHED, WITH MILLLION-$$ VIEW IN GATED GOLF COMMUNITY! Magnificent 1800 SF 3/2/2 heated pool home with extended lanai on premier oversized lake-front and golf view lot. Gorgeous sunset views! On cul-de-sac at end of tranquil tree-lined street, within waking distance of community center, fitness center, golf shop and on-site restaurant Electronic hurricane shutters & MORE! PORT CHARLOTTE'S MOST PRESTIGIOUS ADDRESS! $489,900 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 PORT CHARLOTTE LARGE REMODELED HOME 3/2/2, All New, 2240sf under air. $239,900/obo 941-421-4250 SOUTH VENICENEW HOME BY BUILDER 3/2/2 SPLITPLAN. NEARBEACHYETQUIETAREA! 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Pool Water & sewer. $76k, $78k & $82k 941-629-8229 or 941-661-3207 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 To Advertise in The Showcase of Homes Please Call 866-463-1638 or Email; special@sunnewspapers.net VENETIAN FALLS VILLA VENICE 2br/2ba + Den, 2 Car garage, End Unit, 55+, Has it all! No agents please. $279,900 941-493-3331 VENICE 55+ main. free stand alone 2/2/2/ Villa in a friendly complex close to shopping library restaurants. Move in condition. Furn or unfurn. MUST SELL come see and make an offer $224,000 INVESTMENTREALTY941-492-5050 1060 TOWNHOUSES FOR SALE PORT CHARLOTTE Beautiful 2 story Townhouse, 1252 SF, 2/2.5 New Paint, New Carpet, Tile, All Appliances, 7 Closets, Large outside storage, Covered Parking, 2 Lanais, Upstairs has glass sliders, Elevator to access 2nd Level. $89,900 563-506-5616 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE VENICE RANCH MOBILE HOME ESTATESWALKING DISTANCE TO PUBLIX & CVS No Dogs, Cats ok! Call Mike 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com $25,000, 24x36, 2bd, 2 bath, Furnished. Handyman Special 24x36, 2/2 with screen room. As is $8,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $55,995. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 PUNTA GORDA-EAGLEPOINT55+ RESIDENTOWNEDPARK. 2006 DOUBLEWIDE. 2/2, F URNISHED INDOORLAUNDRY, LARGEDOUBLEDOORSHED, 1 1/2 WIDEINSULATEDCARPORT. ALLSTANDARDSIZEAPPLIANCES. T URN -K EY MOVE INREADY! 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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 23B 6000 MERCHANDISE 6003 DEEP CREEK GARAGE SALES S AT. 9 -1 2326 Prague Lane. Stationary Bike, Antique Clocks, Tooken Slot Machines etc. CASH & CARRY! 6004 PORT CHARLOTTE GARAGE SALES S AT.S UN 8 ? 2 4 2 4 6 Harborview Rd. Huge Estate Sale Inside. Rain or Shine. Tools furn, houseware, antiques, etc. GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRIS AT. 9 -1PM 9275 Boots St. MOVING SALE! Household & More! Ever y thin g MUST GO!! 6005 PUNTA GORDA AREA GARAGE SALES FRI. & SAT. 9AM-3PM 5121 ALMARDRIVEBEAUTIFULTROPICALART, TROPICALFURNITURE& DECOR, JEWELRY& MUCHMORE! SAT 9AM 3PM 10100 Burnt Store Rd. Unit 10, River Haven Park. Furniture, Household, & LOTS of Misc!! SAT., 8-12. Charlotte County Public Schools, Surplus Store, 1025 Carmalita St, School District, Surplus Property Special Saturday Sale AREYOUONLINE? INCREASEYOUR EXPOSURE! Addyourinternetaddress toyouradforalittleextra! ST. 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24B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION 7080 JEEP 20 11 JEEP LIBERTY $13,877. CHARCOAL PEARL, 59K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 17 JEEP WRAN G LER $33,990. GRAY, SAHARA, 3,920 MI 855-280-4707 DLR 2016 JEEP COMPAS LATITUDE MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7100 MERCURY 1999 MERCURY GRANDMARQUIS $2,500 One Owner, Low Miles, Cold A/C Rides Great. Payment as low as $200 Month. 941-451-4557 dlr 7135 SATURN USED SATURN CARS & SUVs Starting at $1,800 & Up. Saturn Parts Available. Pro Power Auto Sales941-627-8822www.propowerauto.com 7145 ACURA 20 11 A C URA MDX $ 1 8 98 7. WHITE PEARL, TECH PKG., 81K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2014 ACURA MDX $24,990. BURGANDY, NAV, 64K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7148 BMW 20 14 BMW 5 3 5I $19,900. BLACK, NAV, 89K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2015 BMW 650I $47,900. 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BLACK, LTD, NAV, 43K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7220 VOLKSWAGEN 2012 VW GOLF $8 977 TORNADO RED, CONV. 76K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 2013 VW CC $12 987 REFLEX SILVER METALLIC SPORT, 51K MI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 1 2 VW JETTAS 62K MI MATTAS MOTORS 941-916-9222 DLR 7250 ANTIQUES/ COLLECTIBLES 1986 BUICK GRANNATIONAL Rust free, S. CA Car. $25k spent on restoration. 941-697-2196 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928 BEST $$ FOR JUNKERS 7 Days, FAST PICKUP941-286-3122, 623-5550 7260 AUTOS WANTED AA AUTO BUYING Classics, Musclecars, Convertibles, TOP $$ PAID (239)-565-1618 CASHFOR ALL TRUCKS & CARS ANY COND RUNNING OR NOT. 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Each morning the covers remain rumpled. Perhaps we catch the faint snuffle of pale green stalks, snoring. Its a cold, late spring, I reason. Who doesnt like sleeping in? One morning, mid-rumple, stands a single tall, sharp spear. Thats the thing about asparagus; they shoot up fully formed. Dropping the leash, I paw at the bed, turning to the left, the right, and back again. I uncover nothing „ not even that single tall, sharp spear. How could it appear, then disappear? Is asparagus retractable? Before I can pose this question to Milo, I have my answer. Next project: Plant a fence.BACON-WRAPPED ASPARAGUSPrep: 30 minutes Cook: 20 minutes Makes: 16 asparagus bouquets 1 pound asparagus Canola oil Finely grated zest of 1 lemon Kosher salt 8 strips bacon, halved the long way Maple syrup 1. Prep: Heat oven to 425 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. 2. Peel: Using a vegetable peeler and patience, peel the lower two-thirds of each asparagus spear. Snap off the woody bottoms. Toss asparagus with the tiniest drizzle of oil, the lemon zest and a good pinch of salt. 3. Wrap: Working on the baking sheet, nestle together sets of two or three spears. Wrap each asparagus bouquet in bacon. There are endless design possibilities. My favorite is the Parisian knot, known to men who favor scarves: Gently fold one long strip of bacon in half, end-to-end. (Note youve now got a loop and two free ends.) Wrap this double strip around the asparagus packet, and tuck the free ends through the loop. 4. Bake: Slide the sheet into the hot oven, and let sizzle, 10 minutes. Brush bacon with maple syrup. Continue to cook until bacon is crisp, 8 to 10 minutes more. Drain on paper towels. Serve.Make springs asparagus even better with baconBy LEAH ESKINCHICAGO TRIBUNE TNS PHOTO Strips of bacon are sliced down the middle lengthwise to make thin ties for asparagus bundles.

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 25B MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers "The principle dierence between heaven and hell," said Lois McMaster Bujold, a Hugo-awardwinning science ction writer, "is the company you keep there." And the same might be said for the principle dierence between added sugars and syrups and sugars that occur naturally in various foods, from strawberries to 100 percent whole grains. We're always going on about the evils of added sugars, but conversations with folks around the country have made us realize that you may not understand why it makes a dierence to get moderate levels of glucose and fructose from fresh foods instead of highly processed and packaged foods. It's all about the company they keep! Carbohydrates (sugars are carbs) are found in all fruits, veggies and whole grains. You need them to live. All carbohydrates metabolize into simple sugars (glucose and fructose) in your body, feeding your brain, which feasts on glucose. It provides you with energy and interacts with insulin secretion to maintain healthy blood glucose levels. When the sugars are found in or metabolized from ber-rich veggies, fruits and 100 percent whole grains, they're digested slowly, fueling you without causing an unhealthy rise in blood sugar levels, damaging your gut biome or disrupting your metabolic processes. But, when carbs and sugars are fed to your body in highly processed foods, they're digested quickly and spike your blood sugar levels. When your proteins malfunction they challenge your body to secrete sucient insulin. When challenged over and over again, your body may become insulin-resistant, and chronic high blood sugar results, heading you toward full-blown Type 2 diabetes. Does that mean you can eat naturally occurring sugars without restraint? No. Once again it depends on the company they keep. For example, we advocate skipping even 100 percent fruit juices (stripped of ber) in favor of the whole fruit. Why? One mediumsize orange has about 10 to 13 grams of sugar; a 16-ounce glass of orange juice packs in 37 grams of the sweet stu. But what about high fructose corn syrup? When you down a dose of HFCS „ which is packed into many processed foods, from ketchup to frozen dinners „ studies show that it aects liver function and can boost uric acid levels (gout anyone?) and blood lipids. Don't think cane or corn sugar or expeller-extracted rice sugar is a good alternative for your body: One of the current myths is that having a soda made with cane sugar is a healthier choice than having one laced with HFCS. Wrong. The debate over the evils of HFCS goes on since its super-use began in the mid-70s. Is it a coincidence that that's when our obesity epidemic burst upon the scene? But we think the important point, echoed in this Food and Drug Administration statement, is that ALL ADDED SUGARS should be avoided. "We are not aware of any evidence ... that there is a dierence in safety between foods containing HFCS 42 (that's 42 percent fructose) or HFCS 55 (55 percent fructose) and foods ... with approximately equal glucose and fructose content, such as sucrose, honey or other traditional sweeteners. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that everyone limit consumption of all added sugars, including HFCS and sucrose." Just don't keep company with ANY of them!DEAR ABBY: I read your letters every chance I get. They remind me that I'm not the only one with problems, but sometimes I j ust feel so empty. I have random bouts where anything can send me into a crying jag and all I want to do is hide and sleep. I can be watching a funny TV show and out of nowhere feel like I need to run away and cry. It scares me that my moods can swing so drastically. I can also become angry every now and then when it's unprovoked. I don't know what to do. My boyfriend tries to help, but he's at a loss as well. My medical insurance doesn't cover psychological help. Can you give me any advice? „ Crying Myself To Sleep DEAR CRYING: Check again with your insurance carrier, because your primary care provider may be able to order psychological services for you. If, however, that's not possible, your county department of mental health may be able to help you nd counseling on a sliding nancial scale. Or, contact a university with a medical school. Ask to speak to the Department of Psychiatry and inquire if someone on the sta deals with the problems you're experiencing. If you live in a town with a college, nd out if it has a psychology department and a graduate school. If so, does that graduate school have a psychology program and clinic that charges on a sliding scale and is the clinic staed with graduate students? If not, inquire if someone on the sta of the department sees people privately and get the phone number. Individuals can also get referrals from mental health organizations. The largest credentialed ones are the American Psychological Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the National Association of Social Workers. All of these organizations have professional standards and are resources. Dear Readers: With warm summer weather, it's great to be outside. Walking the dog is easy and fun, but what about WALKING THE CAT? Can you train your cat to walk on a leash? The answer may surprise you: it's yes! The method is similar to training your dog „ lots of patience and positive reinforcement. First, t the cat for a harness, and let him wear it around the house to get comfortable. He probably won't like the harness at rst. After a few days, leash the cat and take him into the fenced backyard. Once the cat adjusts to being outside and on a leash, move to the front yard and slowly down the street. The cat will be experiencing all sorts of stimulating smells, sights and sounds. Let him take it all in; the cat probably will stop and sni more than the dog, but enjoy this time together! „ HeloiseConcerning sugars, it's all about the company you keep Mystifying mood swings happen without warning Take your cat for a walkHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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26B SUN NEWSPAPERS JUNE 2, 2018 € WEEKEND EDITION ARIES (March 21-April 19). Relationships have rules you agree upon and rules you dont even know exist. The next 24 hours will make you conscious of some that fall into that second category. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The universe inside you is as vast and complicated as the one outside of you. Sometimes you can forget about this and focus on simple, small joys. But today, youve a profound sense of boundlessness. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Though you dont want to live your life as though its a ght, there are certain things to be constantly vigilant against „ such as negativity, nastiness and any resistance you might feel to doing the thing you know to be right for you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). By now it should be news to no one that the addictive nature of the internet and the social media culture of comparison can be an enemy of mental health when taken too far. Question of the day: How far is too far? LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Movie directors can use ashbacks and alter the timeline of events for dramatic eect. Though you must live your life in linear time, your memories and your expectations will serve to make things interesting... a sort of directors cut.Ž VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Its easy to do the right thing when its also the thing you want to do. How do you make yourself want, though? Theres some you-to-you hype that will happen today. Research into the subject may help with this pep talk. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Entertainment is the way to travel without leaving. Books, movies and music will take your mind on a mini-vacation and make you a fan of someone new. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Some relationships are steady, if a little boring. Others are unpredictable. The same relationships that can take you to heaven can drag you through the muddy depths. Its good to have both kinds, but in careful doses. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). One drop of ink is all it takes to cloud the whole glass of water. Doubt is like that ink drop. Its why its important to build your belief in yourself and hold on to your faith in general. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). There is no universal normal.Ž Was it normal a hundred years ago? No. Is it normal for the majority of people? No. Would someone prot were you to adopt it as normal for you? Yes. NormalŽ is often a sales pitch. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Environments fortify a certain tone. That timbre becomes the general song of the place. The more everyone agrees on what the vibration is, the harder it is for anyone to sing disharmoniously. Use this to your advantage. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). In an odd twist, the plans you make will actually help you embrace spontaneity. Youll feel especially lively around air signs, which are Gemini, Libra and Aquarius. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (June 2). Heartfelt exchanges start your solar return on a sweet note. For three months, excitement happens in groups. Theres magic in amping up your participation where you belong already or investigating new groups. Document life well in September. The nancial changes at year-end help you live better in 2019. Aquarius and Pisces adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 13, 20, 5, 33 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

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WEEKEND EDITION € JUNE 2, 2018 SUN NEWSPAPERS 27B PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Potthast-Haynes, P.A.941-855-0263 D5921824 $230,000 PUNTA GORDA1101 Islamorada Boulevard Jennifer Calenda 941-916-0798 C7248912 $229,000 VENICE902 Casa Del Lago Way 902 Marybeth Tvaroch 941-815-4202 D6100495 $222,000 PLACIDA9200 Little Gasparilla Island 203 Debi Benson 941-815-5969 D5920072 $219,500 OSPREY401 N Point Road 903 Rosalie Phillips & Nicole Dovgopolyi 941-544-4430 A4210448 $799,000 PLACIDA11220 Hacienda Del Mar Blvd 403 Krista S. Potthast-Haynes, P.A. & Johns W. Knight, Jr.941-759-3796 D5921627 $750,000 VENICE633 Alhambra Road 208 Linda Bastian 941-321-6203 A4213672 $695,000 PUNTA GORDA3329 Sunset Key Circle 607 Cynthia Ouellette 239-851-2216 C7246153 $499,000 ENGLEWOOD264 N Oxford Drive Kate Stevens 941-681-8141 D6100590 $478,000 VENICE13869 Posada Street Magda Cetta Whelton 941-408-4047 N6100593 $295,000 PORT CHARLOTTE10274 Lobelia Place Elizabeth Burr 941-855-1142 D5923300 $289,000 ENGLEWOOD29 Charleston Cir Ron Paul 941-483-0866 N6100045 $279,900 PORT CHARLOTTE388 Blarney Street Tanya Harrington 941-249-1019 C7249870 $276,900 PORT CHARLOTTE18670 Ackerman Avenue Shawna Wagar 727-420-4987 D6100679 $269,000 PUNTA GORDA2090 Matecumbe Key Road 1707 Christine Chamberlin 941-268-3172 C7401450 $184,900 PUNTA GORDA601 Islamorada Boulevard 22C Sandra Limberger 239-898-5238 C7250767 $160,000 VENICE3730 Cadbury Circle 420 Joan McMahon 941-306-9353 N5916974 $159,000 VENICE672 White Pine Tree Road 57 Tammy Kitt 941-284-7274 N5916312 $135,000 OSPREY717 Pine Run Drive N/A David Sylvester 941-716-0793 A4208724 $131,900 PUNTA GORDA3160 Matecumbe Key Road 215 Charlie O'Donnell 941-416-7061 N5916308 $112,499 PUNTA GORDA890 Coronado Drive Crystal Coovert 941-322-7133 C7243197 $399,900 ENGLEWOOD6230 Collier Street Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D6100640 $369,000 VENICE500 The Esplanade N 402 Edie Lomason 941-320-6298 N6100557 $349,000 PORT CHARLOTTE10600 Ayear Road Marcia Cullinan 941-662-5878 D5923807 $339,900 VENICE2112 Mattamy Court Robin Sullivan 941-467-4210 N5917239 $323,900 NORTH PORT/VENICE2337 Wurtsmith Lane Ken Callahan 941-676-0901 D6100526 $214,900 VENICE232 Saint Augustine Avenue 405 Jackie Kennedy 941-266-4074 N5915534 $214,000 PUNTA GORDA25267 Puerta Drive Ken & Sue Parr 941-916-1252 C7400548 $210,000 ENGLEWOOD971 Bay Vista Boulevard Tracy Pierce 941-275-1570 N6100585 $207,500 ENGLEWOOD9293 Fruitland Avenue Sharon Rodgers 941-716-7731 D6100457 $197,000 NORTH PORT5929 Fairlane Drive Cynthia Niccolls 941-421-4041 C7401667 $189,900 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 412 Sunrise Drive Martha Pike 941-716-4392 N5916248 $2,750,000 ENGLEWOOD 10070 Eagle Preserve Drive Ellen Baker & Michael Hollenbeck 941-268-4999 D6100019 $929,900 OSPREY 82 Sugar Mill Drive Tracy DeRamo 941-650-4988 A4203127 $985,000 PLACIDA 285 Green Dolphin Drive Randy & Joni McLendon 941-504-5675 D5908965 $999,999 NOKOMIS/NORTH VENICE 909 Casey Cove Drive Ryan Skrzypkowski 941-387-6630 A4213337 $1,199,000 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 151 Inlets Boulevard 151. $264,900. 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The News Wire Saturday, June 2, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Facebook kills trending topics, tests breaking news labelSee page 8 AP FILE PHOTO In this Dec. 6, 2017, le photo, a motorist on Highway 101 watches ames from the Thomas re leap above the roadway north of V entura, Calif. The largest wildre recorded in California is ocially out nearly six months after it began. Los Padres National Forest ocials declared the Thomas re extinguished Friday, after no hotspots were detec ted within the perimeter for more than two months. The re brok e out Dec.4, 2017, near Thomas Aquinas College northwest of Los Angeles and burned more than 440 square miles. GOLETA, Calif. (AP) „ Of“cials declared the largest wild“re in recorded California history of“cially extinguished Friday, nearly six months after it ignited and later burned hillsides that washed away in deadly mudslides northwest of Los Angeles. Los Padres National Forest of“cials made the designation after detecting no hotspots within the perimeter of the Thomas “re for more than two months. The ”ames broke out on Dec. 4, 2017, near Thomas Aquinas College and burned more than 440 square miles (1,140 square kilometers) in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. Two people were killed, including a state “re“ghter. The ”ames destroyed more than 1,000 buildings before they were fully contained on Jan. 12. A massive downpour on “re-denuded mountains Jan. 9 unleashed massive debris ”ows that ravaged hundreds of homes in the community of Montecito, killing 21 people and leaving two missing. The blaze erupted as powerful Santa Ana winds swept the region, causing power outages. The gusts swept the “re out of a semirural area and into neighborhoods. A spate of lawsuits by victims claim losses from the blaze and the resulting ”ooding were due to negligence by Southern California Edison. In response, the utility has said the cause of the “re remains under investigation and the claims dont stem from of“cial “ndings. More than half the burned territory was in Los Padres National Forest, where of“cials said crews were repairing roads, trails and fences damaged by the blaze and “re suppression actions. Of“cials are developing a strategic approach for repairing trails damaged by the “re and rainstorms. WASHINGTON „ With a tantalizing tweet, President Donald Trump seemed to tease a positive jobs report on Friday, a protocoldefying step that moved markets and raised questions about the appropriateness of the president publicly hinting at information that could make or lose fortunes. Treasury yields jumped and the value of the dollar increased within seconds of Trumps 7:21 a.m. tweet that said he was looking forward to seeing the employment numbers at 8:30 this morning,Ž suggesting that traders likely were making investment decisions based on what they extrapolated from Trumps post. The director of the White House National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, said he briefed Trump on the jobs report on Thursday evening. One hour and nine minutes after Trumps tweet Friday morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics announced that 223,000 jobs were created in May, beating expectations, and that the unemployment rate fell to 3.8 percent. Though Trumps tweet drew sharp criticism, Kudlow defended it as appropriate. Why not? He didnt give any numbers,Ž Kudlow told reporters at the White House. I just want to interject this radical notion: The jobs report was really good, the economy is doing really well.Ž The jobs data come out once a month and can lead to massive buying or selling trends on Wall Street, depending on how the information is received. Trump has made the roaring stock market a centerpiece of his administration and re-election campaign, though Wall Street has faced recent uncertainty due to the administrations saber-rattling over tariffs. Weve reached yet one more historic milestone with 3.8 percent unemployment, just announced,Ž Trump said later Friday at a Coast Guard ceremony. With its power to move the markets, the jobs report is a closely held secret before it is released. Only a select few of“cials, including the labor secretary, the head of the presidents Council of Economic Advisers, the treasury secretary and the Fed chairman, are told prior to its release for fear that a leak could give some investors an unfair advantage. Tony Fratto, a Treasury Department of“cial who worked in George W. Bushs Californias biggest-ever wildfire declared extinguishedTrumps teasing jobs report tweet raises questionsBy JONATHAN LEMIRE and JOSH BOAKASSOCIATED PRESSCAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. „ Scientists have discovered dunes on Pluto made of tiny frozen grains of methane. The pale gray and white ridges were revealed by NASAs New Horizons spacecraft during its 2015 ”yby. A British-led team announced the “ndings Thursday in the journal Science. Researchers said the dunes appear to be made mostly of icy specks of methane the size of sand, with some frozen nitrogen likely mixed in. Thought to be relatively recent, the parallel rows of dunes are located in Plutos heart-shaped region at the base of mountains as tall as the Alps and formed from giant blocks of ice with frosty methane snowcaps. These plains in the left lobe of Plutos heartŽ are known as Sputnik Planitia. Scientists were surprised to “nd dunes given Plutos thin, weak atmosphere. They suggest nitrogen ice coating the surface of Sputnik Planitia transformed into gas that lifted methane particles into the air. Plutos gentle winds then carried and deposited the grains. Dunes already have been found on Mars, Venus, Saturns moon, Titan, and even a comet. But Plutos are the only ones known to consist of methane. Pretty much nowhere else we know of is cold enough!Ž the studys lead author, Matt Telfer of Plymouth University in England, said via email Thursday. He noted there are dunes on the scorching surface of Venus under a dense atmosphere and out in the distant reaches of the solar system at minus 230 degrees Celsius (minus 400 degrees Fahrenheit) under a thin atmosphere. These are not just balls of ice far out in space,Ž he said, adding that frozen worlds Dunes on Pluto made of tiny frozen grains of methaneBy MARCIA DUNNAP AEROSPACE WRITERJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. „ Just hours before he left of“ce Friday, Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens signed scores of new laws, including a measure that makes it a crime to try to threaten a person using a private sexual image „ the same allegation that led to his downfall. In the ”urry of lastminute activity, the scandal-plagued governor approved 77 new laws, granted several pardons and commutations and won at least a temporary reprieve in a court battle over campaign records. He posted a long Facebook message touting his accomplishments „ without any mention of why he was quitting „ and quietly left Capitol about an hour before his resignation took effect. His departure cleared the way for fellow Republican Lt. Gov. Mike Parson, who was sworn in a short time later. The revenge pornŽ law creates a felony WASHINGTON „ A lawyer tapped to lead a task force at the Environmental Protection Agency overseeing cleanups at the nations most polluted places worked until recently for a top chemical and plastics manufacturer with a troubled legacy of creating some of those toxic sites. Steven D. Cook has been named as the new chair of the Superfund Task Force, which EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt created last year to revamp how the agency oversees cleanups at the more than 1,300 toxic sites. Before beginning work in February as deputy assistant administrator for EPAs Of“ce of Land and Emergency Management, Cook served more than 20 years as in-house corporate counsel for LyondellBasell Industries „ one of the worlds largest plastics, chemicals and re“ning companies. EPA records show that LyondellBasell and its subsidiaries are listed as being potentially responsible for at least three dozen Superfund polluted sites. An analysis by The Associated Press shows that nearly half the political appointees hired at EPA under President Donald Trump have industry ties. Of more than 60 EPA hires tracked by the AP over the last year, about one-third worked as registered lobbyists or lawyers for chemical manufacturers, fossil fuel producers or other EPA-regulated companies.Outgoing Missouri governor signsrevenge porn lawEx-chemical industry lawyer tolead Superfund task forceBy DAVID A. LIEBASSOCIATED PRESSBy MICHAEL BIESECKERASSOCIATED PRESS SUPERFUND | 8 GOVERNOR | 8 JOBS | 8 PLUTO | 8 AP PHOTOMissouri Gov. Eric Greitens reads from a prepared statement as he announces his resignation during a news conference, May 29. AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump attends a Change of Command ceremony at the U.S. Coast Guard Headquarters, Friday, in Washington.

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, June 2, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTPartly sunnyPartly cloudy and humidHIGH 89 LOW 7425% chance of rain 10% chance of rainPartly sunny with a shower in spots88 / 7740% chance of rain SUNDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREPartly sunny, a stray thunderstorm; humid88 / 7340% chance of rain MONDAYPartly sunny with a thunderstorm89 / 7050% chance of rain TUESDAYClouds and sun with a t-storm possible89 / 7030% chance of rain THURSDAYPeriods of sun with a thunderstorm88 / 7050% chance of rain WEDNESDAY 2 5 11 11 5 2 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery highabsent 050100150200300500 540-50 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 VENICE849196989892Air Quality Index readings as of FridayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Friday Sebring through 2 p.m. Friday Venice through 2 p.m. Friday24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.16Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.17Ž Year to date 20.30Ž Normal year to date 12.21Ž Record 2.71Ž (2005) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.32Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Fri. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.00Ž Normal month to date 0.15Ž Year to date 10.26Ž Normal year to date 13.39Ž Record 2.71Ž (2005) High/Low 90/73 Normal High/Low 91/70 Record High 97 (1967) Record Low 57 (1984) High/Low 87/69 High/Low 86/73 Normal High/Low 88/71 Record High 97 (1995) Record Low 56 (1984)Pollen Index readings as of Friday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.15 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 15.98 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 0.00 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 20.30 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Sun.Apalachicola 88 77 t 89 75 pc Bradenton 86 78 pc 85 78 sh Clearwater 86 78 pc 86 78 pc Coral Springs 89 74 t 91 74 pc Daytona Beach 90 73 pc 88 75 pc Fort Lauderdale 87 75 t 89 75 pc Fort Myers 89 73 t 89 76 sh Gainesville 90 74 t 90 75 pc Jacksonville 93 74 t 93 74 pc Key Largo 85 76 t 86 76 pc Key West 85 79 t 84 78 pc Lakeland 89 74 pc 88 75 pc Melbourne 88 73 pc 89 75 pc Miami 88 73 t 89 73 pc Naples 86 76 t 87 76 s Ocala 90 74 pc 88 74 pc Okeechobee 88 71 pc 89 72 pc Orlando 90 73 pc 89 75 pc Panama City 85 75 t 87 74 pc Pensacola 91 78 pc 93 72 pc Pompano Beach 87 73 t 89 73 pc St. Augustine 89 74 t 89 75 pc St. Petersburg 87 77 pc 86 76 pc Sarasota 86 77 pc 85 76 t Tallahassee 91 72 t 94 72 pc Tampa 88 78 pc 87 78 pc Vero Beach 88 69 pc 88 70 pc West Palm Beach 86 74 t 88 73 s 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 7:55a 12:55a 5:06p 10:53a Sun. 8:44a 1:38a 5:50p 11:43a Today 6:32a 9:09a 3:43p 11:54p Sun. 7:21a 9:59a 4:27p --Today 2:00p 10:45p ----Sun. 2:36p 11:32p ----Today 8:27a 1:24a 5:38p 11:22a Sun. 9:16a 2:07a 6:22p 12:12p Today 4:47a 7:48a 1:58p 10:33p Sun. 5:36a 8:38a 2:42p 11:18p SSW 4-8 0-1 Light W 7-14 1-2 LightFt. Myers 89/73 storms all day Punta Gorda 89/74 part cldy none Sarasota 86/77 part cldy none 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 Jun 6 New Jun 13 First Jun 20 Full Jun 28 Today 11:43 p.m. 9:53 a.m. Sunday none 10:44 a.m. Today 6:34 a.m. 8:19 p.m. Sunday 6:34 a.m. 8:19 p.m. Today 9:24a 3:12a 9:48p 3:36p Sun. 10:17a 4:05a 10:40p 4:29p Mon. 11:08a 4:56a 11:31p 5:19p Monterrey 100/70 Chihuahua 102/71 Los Angeles 80/60 Washington 81/65 New York 84/62 Miami 88/73 Atlanta 89/72 Detroit 73/59 Houston 97/77 Kansas City 79/58 Chicago 72/60 Minneapolis 68/53 El Paso 105/78 Denver 79/51 Billings 75/49 San Francisco 77/56 Seattle 74/53 Toronto 75/58 Montreal 76/52 Winnipeg 62/44 Ottawa 77/49 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: 06/2/18 Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun. Today Sun.Albuquerque 94 66 s 82 61 t Anchorage 65 49 s 61 47 s Atlanta 89 72 t 88 67 t Baltimore 82 63 t 68 56 r Billings 75 49 s 82 55 pc Birmingham 89 73 s 88 64 pc Boise 81 56 s 91 58 pc Boston 75 54 sh 62 50 pc Buffalo 76 56 pc 79 60 sh Burlington, VT 76 50 pc 77 52 pc Charleston, WV 80 62 sh 84 57 t Charlotte 88 68 t 90 64 pc Chicago 72 60 pc 73 56 s Cincinnati 83 64 pc 79 57 t Cleveland 72 60 pc 79 60 t Columbia, SC 92 73 t 94 70 pc Columbus, OH 81 61 pc 79 59 t Concord, NH 84 45 pc 72 40 pc Dallas 100 72 s 91 69 pc Denver 79 51 s 82 55 c Des Moines 76 57 r 80 59 s Detroit 73 59 s 74 57 t Duluth 54 42 r 68 50 s Fairbanks 72 47 s 76 50 s Fargo 67 47 r 76 54 s Hartford 83 53 pc 75 44 pc Helena 74 47 s 80 51 t Honolulu 84 75 pc 86 76 c Houston 97 77 s 96 76 t Indianapolis 86 65 pc 78 56 pc Jackson, MS 94 74 s 89 65 pc Kansas City 79 58 t 83 58 s Knoxville 86 68 t 84 61 t Las Vegas 100 77 s 104 79 s Los Angeles 80 60 s 81 62 s Louisville 88 70 pc 82 61 t Memphis 93 71 pc 85 63 pc Milwaukee 66 55 pc 73 60 s Minneapolis 68 53 r 74 57 s Montgomery 89 73 pc 91 66 pc Nashville 92 70 pc 85 60 t New Orleans 93 78 t 96 76 pc New York City 84 62 t 70 54 c Norfolk, VA 85 70 t 77 64 r Oklahoma City 92 58 s 85 58 pc Omaha 79 57 r 83 61 s Philadelphia 82 62 t 68 53 sh Phoenix 105 77 s 108 78 s Pittsburgh 78 64 c 77 59 t Portland, ME 79 50 pc 65 47 pc Portland, OR 81 56 pc 71 53 c Providence 81 54 sh 69 47 pc Raleigh 85 67 t 83 60 c Salt Lake City 77 54 s 83 62 s St. Louis 91 66 t 80 62 pc San Antonio 101 76 s 99 77 t San Diego 71 60 s 74 60 s San Francisco 77 56 s 73 56 s Seattle 74 53 pc 64 49 sh Washington, DC 81 65 t 68 56 r Amsterdam 67 56 t 69 55 pc Baghdad 105 79 s 106 80 s Beijing 96 71 pc 89 64 pc Berlin 78 62 t 79 61 t Buenos Aires 57 39 pc 57 44 s Cairo 89 72 pc 92 72 s Calgary 69 44 s 73 53 c Cancun 86 73 pc 87 74 pc Dublin 68 52 t 68 49 pc Edmonton 68 36 pc 73 49 pc Halifax 60 43 r 54 38 s Kiev 78 58 pc 76 58 t London 73 56 pc 76 56 pc Madrid 71 57 t 74 54 pc Mexico City 82 57 pc 81 54 pc Montreal 76 52 s 74 53 c Ottawa 77 49 s 74 55 pc Paris 77 57 pc 80 61 pc Regina 62 42 pc 72 46 s Rio de Janeiro 86 70 pc 76 68 r Rome 81 61 pc 81 63 s St. Johns 45 36 c 42 32 r San Juan 89 76 pc 90 77 s Sydney 62 58 pc 64 56 r Tokyo 79 65 s 80 67 s Toronto 75 58 pc 70 58 r Vancouver 69 54 c 62 50 sh Winnipeg 62 44 r 68 44 pcHigh ......................... 104 at Wink, TXLow ....................... 25 at Truckee, CA(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)81On June 2, 1889, the Potomac River reached ” ood stage at Washington, D.C. Q: What is the record high temperature for the U.S. in June?A: 127(F) at Fort Mohave, Ariz., on June 15, 1896 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 89/74 90/73 89/72 88/72 91/74 90/73 90/72 89/71 89/71 88/78 86/78 85/76 86/76 89/73 89/75 89/74 89/73 90/74 90/74 90/74 90/74 89/74 89/75 87/77 90/74 85/79 86/75 86/77 90/73 88/77 86/76 89/73 86/77 86/78 85/76 87/74 88/74 89/75 Jury awards 4¢ to family of man killed by deputy Florida woman gets 7 years for forcing surrogate pregnancy Squatter sold off vehicles while homeowner was in hospice Florida mall bomb plotter sentenced to 17 years Carjackers drive off with womans puppy inside Man accused of vandalizing 9/11 monument in park Pedestrian killed by private train in South Florida Florida toddler burned during SWAT team raid Off-duty firefighter finds dead baby in ocean off Florida Man gets 35 years for fatal DUI crash at school bus stop Gay activist who sued NYC for domestic partner benefits diesFORT PIERCE, Fla. (AP) „ The jurors who awarded only 4 cents to the family of a black man fatally shot by a deputy in Florida struggled to reach consensus in the hours before their verdict. Jury notes show the foreperson wrote the federal judge to say they couldnt reach a unanimous decision before “nally deciding on the familys lawsuit against the St. Lucie County Sheriffs Of“ce last week. The jury found 30-yearold Gregory Hill Jr. 99 percent responsible for his death because he was drunk when he was shot by a deputy responding to a noise complaint. Hill opened his garage door to answer the deputy, who “red as the door came down again. A gun was found in Hills pocket. The jury awarded Hills relatives $4, of which they get 1 percent. JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) „ A woman in Florida was sentenced to seven years in prison for the forced labor of a Mexican woman she hired as a pregnancy surrogate. Esthela Clark also faces deportation to Mexico after serving the sentence she received Thursday in federal court in Jacksonville. She is a legal permanent resident. Clark pleaded guilty last year. Federal prosecutors say she traveled to Guadalajara, Mexico where she met the victim in 2012, promising her thousands of dollars once a baby was born. The woman was smuggled into the United States, and after she arrived in Jacksonville, Clark repeatedly tried to inseminate her with sperm retrieved from KEY LARGO, Fla. (AP) „ A woman in South Florida has been charged with selling off four vehicles found at an empty home where she had been squatting while one of the homeowners was in hospice care. The Monroe County Sheriffs Of“ce says 43-year-old Angela Sloan faces counts of grand theft, fraud, larceny and dealing in stolen property. The Miami Herald reports that Sloan used one of the homeowners drivers licenses titles to sell four vehicles for anywhere from $25 to $50 each. Sloan was caught when one of the homeowners spotted his vehicles in the parking lot of the car business that had purchased them. MIAMI (AP) „ A Honduran man who pleaded guilty to plotting to detonate a bomb in a Florida mall food court in support of the Islamic State extremist group was sentenced to more than 17 years in prison. A judge imposed the sentence for Vicente Solano on Friday in federal court in Miami. Federal prosecutors had asked for 20 years in prison. The FBI says the 53-year-old Solano wanted to detonate a bomb last October at the Dolphin Mall near Miami but was actually working with undercover FBI operatives who gave him a fake bomb before his arrest. Despite Solanos claims of Islamic State sympathies, the FBI says no links to terrorist groups were found. Solano never had real explosives. DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) „ Florida police say a woman has been carjacked by a couple who pulled her out of her car using a dog leash and then drove off with her puppy in tow. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports 18-year-old Sabrina Laye was robbed Thursday afternoon in Daytona Beach. A Daytona Beach police report says Laye was getting gas with her 6-month-old dog Luna when a man and woman approached her and asked for a ride. It says Laye agreed and drove the two to several locations before pulling over and telling them to get out. Laye told police that the man, who was in the back seat, then used a dog leash to choke her. It says they then pulled Laye out of her car and took off with Luna. PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) „ A Florida man has been accused of vandalizing Pensacolas Veterans Memorial Park twice last week. The Pensacola News Journal reports 55-yearold Robert Link was charged Thursday with felony criminal mischief. A Pensacola Police Department news release says Link was hanging onto a recently installed 9/11 monument and caused part of it to bend. Park Foundation President Paul Entrekin says the vandalized monument features a bronze eagle clutching a steel piece of metal that was a part of the ”ooring truss at the World Trade Center. He says that piece of ”ooring truss was what was bent, and that it has since been bent back into shape. BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) „ A pedestrian in South Florida was killed after being hit by a train that is part of a privatelyowned passenger rail. The Boynton Beach Police said Friday that the pedestrian had been on the tracks when he was hit by the Brightline train that is part of the All Aboard Florida rail system. No passengers on the train were injured. The police department says its working to identify the pedestrian. LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) „ A toddler was burned by a ”ash-distraction device used by SWAT team members in Florida when they executed a search warrant on a home where drug activity was taking place. A spokesman for the Lakeland Police Department said Friday that the 2-year-old boy suffered third-degree burns to his calves and groin area. He was taken to a hospital for treatment of the non-life-threatening injuries. Of“cers say the boy was hiding behind a mattress and the room appeared to be empty when the nonlethal distraction device was used during the raid on Thursday. The boys mother had left the toddler in the care of one of the men in the house. Of“cers say the found crack cocaine, other drugs and drug paraphernalia in the house. BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. (AP) „ Authorities say a dead baby has been found in the ocean near the Florida coast. A Palm Beach County Sheriffs Of“ce news release says an off-duty “re“ghter found the female infant Friday afternoon while boating on the Atlantic Ocean side of the Boynton Beach Inlet. Detectives didnt immediately know the age of the baby or how long she had been in the water. The countys medical examiner will perform an autopsy to determine a cause of death and possible identi“cation. BARTOW, Fla. (AP) „ A former law enforcement of“cer has been sentenced to 35 years in prison for killing one child and injuring four others in a drunken hitand-run crash at a Florida bus stop. The Ledger reports that 49-year-old John Cam“eld was sentenced Thursday. He pleaded no contest in February to DUI manslaughter and several other charges. Authorities say Cam“eld hit “ve Dundee Ridge Middle Academy students walking along the shoulder of a Poinciana road last April. Witnesses say he tried to speed away but crashed into another vehicle. One boy died a day later. Cam“elds bloodalcohol level was measured at 0.147 percent after the crash. Florida law considers a driver impaired at 0.08 percent. Before moving to Florida, Cam“eld worked for multiple law enforcement agencies in Mississippi. WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) „ Connie Kurtz, a gay-rights activist who sued New York City for domestic-partner bene“ts in the 1980s, has died at age 81. Kurtz died Sunday at her home in West Palm Beach, Florida, her daughter, Eileen Ben Or, said. The cause was liver cancer. Kurtz met Ruth Berman in the late 1950s when both were married to men. Both had teenage children when they left their marriages and became a couple in the 1970s. Berman was working as a school guidance counselor at a high school in Brooklyn when the two women were plaintiffs in a 1988 lawsuit seeking domestic-partner bene“ts from the New York City Board of Education. The lawsuit prompted the city to offer healthcare coverage to all registered domestic partners in 1994. Kurtzs and Bermans highly public coming out included a 1988 appearance on The Phil Donahue Show.Ž The coming out of both of us was the key to what we have done for the community,Ž Berman said at a funeral service for Kurtz on Wednesday, according to The New York Times and we had no clue we were doing it for the community.Ž Kurtz and Berman were the subject of a 2002 documentary called Ruthie and Connie: Every Room in the House.Ž Their activism also was re”ected in the name of legislation introduced in Congress to protect the rights of older LGBT Americans. It is called the Ruthie and Connie LGBT Elder Americans Act. Kurtz and Berman married in 2011 when samesex marriage became legal in New York. her boyfriends condoms with a syringe. Prosecutors say when that method failed, Clark forced the woman to have unprotected sex with strangers. She never became pregnant.STATE / NATIONAL NEWS

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Yields affect interest rates on mortgages and other consumer 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 1.90 1.91 -0.01 .96 6-month T-bill 2.09 2.08 +0.01 1.05 52-wk T-bill 2.26 2.22 +0.04 1.14 2-year T-note 2.47 2.44 +0.03 1.30 5-year T-note 2.74 2.70 +0.04 1.78 7-year T-note 2.85 2.81 +0.04 2.02 10-year T-note 2.90 2.86 +0.04 2.21 30-year T-bond 3.05 3.03 +0.02 2.86 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.96 1.98 -0.02 1.52 Barclays USAggregate 3.22 3.22 ... 2.46 Barclays US Corp 3.88 3.89 -0.01 3.15 Barclays US High Yield 6.42 6.44 -0.02 5.48 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.85 3.89 -0.04 3.75 10-Yr. TIPS .80 .78 +0.02 .38Commodities Energy futures finished mostly lower Friday. U.S. crude oil, wholesale gasoline and heating oil declined, while natural gas rose. Gold and silver fell. Copper finished higher.Crude Oil (bbl) 65.81 67.04 -1.83 +8.9 Ethanol (gal) 1.46 1.46 ... +10.0 Heating Oil (gal) 2.18 2.20 -1.28 +4.9 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.96 2.95 +0.34 +0.3 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.14 2.17 -0.79 +19.1 FUELS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Gold (oz) 1294.80 1300.10 -0.41 -0.9 Silver (oz) 16.39 16.40 -0.09 -3.9 Platinum (oz) 906.70 910.10 -0.37 -2.9 Copper (lb) 3.09 3.06 +1.10 -5.7 METALS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.05 1.05 -0.14 -14.7 Coffee (lb) 1.25 1.26 -0.75 -1.0 Corn (bu) 3.92 3.94 -0.63 +11.6 Cotton (lb) 0.93 0.93 +0.16 +18.7 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 593.60 597.10 -0.59 +32.5 Orange Juice (lb) 1.65 1.62 +2.16 +21.5 Soybeans (bu) 10.21 10.19 +0.27 +7.3 Wheat (bu) 5.23 5.26 -0.57 +22.5 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD USD per British Pound 1.3346 +.0057 +.43% 1.2876 Canadian Dollar 1.2969 +.0012 +.09% 1.3516 USD per Euro 1.1662 -.0023 -.20% 1.1214 Japanese Yen 109.51 +.87 +.79% 111.33 Mexican Peso 19.9283 -.0318 -.16% 18.5847 1YR. 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NA not available. p previous days net asset value. s fund split shares during the week. x fund paid a distribution during the week. Source : Morningstar and the Associated Press.(Previous and change gures reect current contract.) Police: Uber driver said rider was shot during attack Nebraska high court grants dog custody to man after breakup Detective fatally shoots child porn suspect during attack Teacher accused of feeding puppy to turtle is charged Florida authorities still searching for escaped inmate UN health agency backs away from call to tax sugary drinksDENVER (AP) „ An Uber driver arrested in the fatal shooting of a passenger told a witness that he opened “re after his customer tried to attack him, police said Friday. However, a partially redacted police report says driver Michael Andre Hancock, 29, declined to talk to investigators without a lawyer present about the shooting on Interstate 25 just before 3 a.m. Police said the man killed, Hyun Kim, 45, was found lying on the ”oor board of the cars front passenger seat. The witness called 911 and passed the phone to Hancock, who identi“ed himself to the dispatcher, the report said. Police said Hancock had trouble breathing after of“cers arrived, placed him in handcuffs and removed a semi-automatic pistol from his waistband. He was taken to a hospital for treatment and later arrested for investigation of “rst-degree murder. Uber said in a statement that it has removed Hancocks access to its app and will work closely with police. Uber policy bars riders and drivers from carrying “rearms except in states that expressly prohibit companies from banning guns. Colorado allows drivers to carry “rearms to protect themselves and their property. However, Uber spokesman Andrew Hasbun said the companys policy applies in the state. Police said Kim was shot numerous times and 10 spent cartridges were found on the shoulder of the interstate, across the lanes of traf“c from the wall of an onramp where Hancocks silver sedan crashed head on. It will be up to prosecutors to decide whether to charge Hancock with murder or any other crime. OMAHA, Neb. (AP) „ The Nebraska Supreme Court routinely weighs in on custody cases „ but not very often on battles over who gets the dog. On Friday, the states high court upheld a decision to grant custody of a French bulldog named Princess Pot RoastŽ to an Omaha man locked out of a home he had shared with his boyfriend for “ve years. A judge last year ruled the dog, nicknamed Pavlov,Ž was a gift from Jason Pratte to Peter Zelenka before the couple broke up in 2015. Pratte said he never intended the dog as a gift, but the judge based his “nding in part on testimony from the breeder who sold the dog. Pratte appealed. The high court said Zelenka had met his burden of proving Pavlov was a gift from Pratte. Zelenka said Friday hes ready to have the 7-yearold dog back after not seeing her for three years. DUNDEE, Fla. (AP) „ Authorities say a Florida detective fatally shot a suspect who was attacking another detective. A Polk County Sheriffs Of“ce news release says the shooting occurred Friday morning at a Dundee home. Of“cials say two computer crimes detectives were responding to a tip that 21-year-old Andres Estrada had downloaded child pornography. The detectives reported “nding child porn on Estradas phone. One detective walked into another room to call his supervisor, and authorities say Estrada attacked the other detective. Estrada reportedly ignored commands to get off the much smaller, female detective, so her partner “red several times, killing Estrada. The female detective was treated for injuries at a nearby hospital. PRESTON, Idaho (AP) „ An Idaho teacher accused of feeding a sick puppy to a snapping turtle in front of several students has been charged with misdemeanor animal cruelty. Preston Junior High School science teacher Robert Crosland was charged Friday. He faces up to six months in jail and a $5,000 “ne if convicted. The school is in rural Preston, where the 2004 teen cult classic “lm Napoleon DynamiteŽ was set. Several parents came forward to say Crosland fed the puppy to the turtle on March 7. Several weeks later, state of“cials seized the turtle and euthanized it as a non-native species. CLERMONT, Fla. (AP) „ Authorities in Florida say they still are searching for an inmate who escaped from a county prison last week. News outlets report that 34-year-old Alinton H. John ”ed the Lake Correctional Institution near Clermont on May 25. Prison spokesman Patrick Mander“eld said Friday that the prison is working with several law enforcement agencies to “nd John. A Florida Department of Corrections spokesperson says John walked away while working at the facilitys motor pool. Authorities say John then stole a pickup truck that may have had a gun inside it. John had been considered a minimum security inmate based on good behavior. State records say John was serving a 15-year sentence for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon when he escaped. GENEVA (AP) „ The World Health Organization is backing away from its own call two years ago for taxing sugary drinks, in a new report that some experts slammed as being conspicuously limp.Ž In 2016, the U.N. health agency urged countries to tax sugar-laden drinks like sodas and sport drinks as a way to “ght obesity and diabetes. Back then, it said a 20 percent price increase in such drinks would dramatically cut consumption. But in a report published Friday, WHO experts pointedly dropped any recommendation to tax sugary beverages. Lava from Hawaii volcano burns 2 buildings at plantHONOLULU (AP) „ The company that owns a geothermal plant near Hawaiis erupting volcano says lava has burned down a substation and adjacent warehouse that stored a drilling rig at the complex. Ormat Technologies also said in a release Thursday that the main access road to the plant has been covered by lava. The buildings were destroyed Wednesday. Two geothermal wellheads at the plant were covered by lava on May 28. Due to a fast-moving lava ”ow, authorities have issued mandatory orders to evacuate to area residents or risk being trapped and unreachable by emergency crews. Kilauea has been spouting lava, ash, and rocks since May 3. WASHINGTON (AP) „ The Defense Department is poised to take over background investigations for the federal government, using increased automation and high-tech analysis to tighten controls and tackle an enormous backlog of workers waiting for security clearances, according to U.S. of“cials. The change aims to “x a system whose weaknesses were exposed by the case of a Navy contractor who gunned down a dozen people at Washingtons Navy Yard in 2013. He was able to maintain a security clearance despite concerns about his mental health and an arrest that investigators never reviewed. Problems had earlier surfaced with former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, who now lives in Russia to avoid charges for disclosing classi“ed material, and Army Pvt. Chelsea Manning, who went to prison for leaking classi“ed documents, triggering calls to update the antiquated system to include more frequent criminal and “nancial checks of workers who have security clearances. Another problem has been delays: a backlog of about 700,000 people, including high-ranking federal of“cials waiting as much as a year to get clearances. President Donald Trumps son-inlaw and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, for example, received his permanent clearance just a few weeks ago, more than 16 months after Trump took of“ce. The delay, his lawyer said, was caused by the backlog in the new administration and Kushners extensive “nancial wealth, which required lengthy review. Garry Reid, director for defense intelligence, said the shift of responsibility to the Pentagon will allow OPM of“cials to begin eating away at the current backlog of about 700,000, of which roughly 500,000 are Defense Department workers. The Pentagon wont take over any of the backlogged cases because they are already underway in the Of “ce of Personnel Management. WASHINGTON (AP) „ President Donald Trump on Friday directed Energy Secretary Rick Perry to take immediate stepsŽ to bolster struggling coal-“red and nuclear power plants to keep them open, calling it a matter of national and economic security. Trump, who has frequently promised to bring back coal jobs, believes that keeping Americas energy grid secure protects our national security, public safety and economy from intentional attacks and natural disasters,Ž White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement. Impending retirements of coal-“red and nuclear power plants are harming the nations electric grid and reducing its resilience, and the president wants immediate action to stop the loss of these resources,Ž Sanders said. The Energy Department action, if ordered, would represent an unprecedented intervention into U.S. energy markets.Pentagon to take over security clearance checksTrump orders immediate steps to boost coal, nuclear plants STATE / NATIONAL / WORLD NEWS

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PE Footnotes: q Stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown. cc P/E exceeds 99. dd Loss in last 12 months.ExtraMoney & MarketsVDow industrials-0.48% (wkly)s 4-wk. 1.54%t YTD -0.34%UNasdaq1.62% (wkly)s 4-wk. 4.78%s YTD 9.43%US&P 5000.49% (wkly)s 4-wk. 2.67%s YTD 2.28%US&P mid-cap0.59% (wkly)s 4-wk. 3.21%s YTD 3.04%URussell 200 0 1.29% (wkly)s 4-wk. 5.26%s YTD 7.32% 17 .78 14.95 NwstBcsh .68 18 17 .34 +.10 +3.6 69.50 51.50 NwstNG 1.88 dd 59.55 +.40 -0.2 94.19 74.11 Novartis 2.75e 15 75.60 -.50 -10.0 2.75 .90 Novavax ... dd 1.62 -.06 +30.6 58.37 41.03 NovoNord .96e ... 47 .83 +.10 -10.9 82.97 53.50 NuSkin 1.47 39 83.17 +3.09 +21.9 70.48 51.67 Nucor 1.52f 16 65.80 +1.83 +3.5 14.46 12.92 NuvDivA .85a q 13.28 +.10 -5.5 18.59 15.49 Nv AMT-Fr .78a q 15.75 +.03 -8.7 10.75 9.60 NvPfdInco .80 q 9.90 +.14 -4.3 14.54 13.00 NuvEqtP 1.00 q 14.20 +.06 -0.4 260.50 138.58 Nvidia .60 49 257 .62 +8.34 +33.1 29.93 21.46 NxStageMd ... dd 27 .43 -.08 +13.2 37 .32 29.59 OGE Engy 1.33 18 34.38 -.01 +4.5 5.91 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The Sun /Saturday, June 2, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers "The principle dierence between heaven and hell," said Lois McMaster Bujold, a Hugo-awardwinning science ction writer, "is the company you keep there." And the same might be said for the principle dierence between added sugars and syrups and sugars that occur naturally in various foods, from strawberries to 100 percent whole grains. We're always going on about the evils of added sugars, but conversations with folks around the country have made us realize that you may not understand why it makes a dierence to get moderate levels of glucose and fructose from fresh foods instead of highly processed and packaged foods. It's all about the company they keep! Carbohydrates (sugars are carbs) are found in all fruits, veggies and whole grains. You need them to live. All carbohydrates metabolize into simple sugars (glucose and fructose) in your body, feeding your brain, which feasts on glucose. It provides you with energy and interacts with insulin secretion to maintain healthy blood glucose levels. When the sugars are found in or metabolized from ber-rich veggies, fruits and 100 percent whole grains, they're digested slowly, fueling you without causing an unhealthy rise in blood sugar levels, damaging your gut biome or disrupting your metabolic processes. But, when carbs and sugars are fed to your body in highly processed foods, they're digested quickly and spike your blood sugar levels. When your proteins malfunction they challenge your body to secrete sucient insulin. When challenged over and over again, your body may become insulin-resistant, and chronic high blood sugar results, heading you toward full-blown Type 2 diabetes. Does that mean you can eat naturally occurring sugars without restraint? No. Once again it depends on the company they keep. For example, we advocate skipping even 100 percent fruit juices (stripped of ber) in favor of the whole fruit. Why? One mediumsize orange has about 10 to 13 grams of sugar; a 16-ounce glass of orange juice packs in 37 grams of the sweet stu. But what about high fructose corn syrup? When you down a dose of HFCS „ which is packed into many processed foods, from ketchup to frozen dinners „ studies show that it aects liver function and can boost uric acid levels (gout anyone?) and blood lipids. Don't think cane or corn sugar or expeller-extracted rice sugar is a good alternative for your body: One of the current myths is that having a soda made with cane sugar is a healthier choice than having one laced with HFCS. Wrong. The debate over the evils of HFCS goes on since its super-use began in the mid-70s. Is it a coincidence that that's when our obesity epidemic burst upon the scene? But we think the important point, echoed in this Food and Drug Administration statement, is that ALL ADDED SUGARS should be avoided. "We are not aware of any evidence ... that there is a dierence in safety between foods containing HFCS 42 (that's 42 percent fructose) or HFCS 55 (55 percent fructose) and foods ... with approximately equal glucose and fructose content, such as sucrose, honey or other traditional sweeteners. The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend that everyone limit consumption of all added sugars, including HFCS and sucrose." Just don't keep company with ANY of them!DEAR ABBY: I read your letters every chance I get. They remind me that I'm not the only one with problems, but sometimes I j ust feel so empty. I have random bouts where anything can send me into a crying jag and all I want to do is hide and sleep. I can be watching a funny TV show and out of nowhere feel like I need to run away and cry. It scares me that my moods can swing so drastically. I can also become angry every now and then when it's unprovoked. I don't know what to do. My boyfriend tries to help, but he's at a loss as well. My medical insurance doesn't cover psychological help. Can you give me any advice? „ Crying Myself To Sleep DEAR CRYING: Check again with your insurance carrier, because your primary care provider may be able to order psychological services for you. If, however, that's not possible, your county department of mental health may be able to help you nd counseling on a sliding nancial scale. Or, contact a university with a medical school. Ask to speak to the Department of Psychiatry and inquire if someone on the sta deals with the problems you're experiencing. If you live in a town with a college, nd out if it has a psychology department and a graduate school. If so, does that graduate school have a psychology program and clinic that charges on a sliding scale and is the clinic staed with graduate students? If not, inquire if someone on the sta of the department sees people privately and get the phone number. Individuals can also get referrals from mental health organizations. The largest credentialed ones are the American Psychological Association, the American Psychiatric Association, the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy and the National Association of Social Workers. All of these organizations have professional standards and are resources. Dear Readers: With warm summer weather, it's great to be outside. Walking the dog is easy and fun, but what about WALKING THE CAT? Can you train your cat to walk on a leash? The answer may surprise you: it's yes! The method is similar to training your dog „ lots of patience and positive reinforcement. First, t the cat for a harness, and let him wear it around the house to get comfortable. He probably won't like the harness at rst. After a few days, leash the cat and take him into the fenced backyard. Once the cat adjusts to being outside and on a leash, move to the front yard and slowly down the street. The cat will be experiencing all sorts of stimulating smells, sights and sounds. Let him take it all in; the cat probably will stop and sni more than the dog, but enjoy this time together! „ HeloiseConcerning sugars, it's all about the company you keep Mystifying mood swings happen without warning Take your cat for a walkHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, June 2, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). Relationships have rules you agree upon and rules you dont even know exist. The next 24 hours will make you conscious of some that fall into that second category. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The universe inside you is as vast and complicated as the one outside of you. Sometimes you can forget about this and focus on simple, small joys. But today, youve a profound sense of boundlessness. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Though you dont want to live your life as though its a ght, there are certain things to be constantly vigilant against „ such as negativity, nastiness and any resistance you might feel to doing the thing you know to be right for you. CANCER (June 22-July 22). By now it should be news to no one that the addictive nature of the internet and the social media culture of comparison can be an enemy of mental health when taken too far. Question of the day: How far is too far? LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Movie directors can use ashbacks and alter the timeline of events for dramatic eect. Though you must live your life in linear time, your memories and your expectations will serve to make things interesting... a sort of directors cut.Ž VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Its easy to do the right thing when its also the thing you want to do. How do you make yourself want, though? Theres some you-to-you hype that will happen today. Research into the subject may help with this pep talk. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Entertainment is the way to travel without leaving. Books, movies and music will take your mind on a mini-vacation and make you a fan of someone new. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Some relationships are steady, if a little boring. Others are unpredictable. The same relationships that can take you to heaven can drag you through the muddy depths. Its good to have both kinds, but in careful doses. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). One drop of ink is all it takes to cloud the whole glass of water. Doubt is like that ink drop. Its why its important to build your belief in yourself and hold on to your faith in general. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). There is no universal normal.Ž Was it normal a hundred years ago? No. Is it normal for the majority of people? No. Would someone prot were you to adopt it as normal for you? Yes. NormalŽ is often a sales pitch. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Environments fortify a certain tone. That timbre becomes the general song of the place. The more everyone agrees on what the vibration is, the harder it is for anyone to sing disharmoniously. Use this to your advantage. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). In an odd twist, the plans you make will actually help you embrace spontaneity. Youll feel especially lively around air signs, which are Gemini, Libra and Aquarius. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (June 2). Heartfelt exchanges start your solar return on a sweet note. For three months, excitement happens in groups. Theres magic in amping up your participation where you belong already or investigating new groups. Document life well in September. The nancial changes at year-end help you live better in 2019. Aquarius and Pisces adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 13, 20, 5, 33 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

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The Sun /Saturday, June 2, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley 2 0 1 8 0 6 0 2 w i r e 0 7 p d f 1 0 2 J u n 1 8 0 1 : 4 4 : 0 2

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Saturday, June 2, 2018 ARGENTINE TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) „ Two girls have found what authorities say is a World War I-era practice bomb while swimming in a lake in Michigan. The Flint Journal reports that 10-year-old Paige Burnett and 9-year-old Sage Menzies were searching for items below the surface of Lobdell Lake Tuesday when Paige felt something unusual. The girls and Sages mother dragged the 3-foot-long mystery find from the murky water. Paige says they were excited at first, but then got worried. She says she was so scaredŽ it might explode. Township police Sgt. Douglas Fulton says the Michigan State Polices bomb squad came out and drilled a hole in it, but nothing but mud came out.ŽODD NEWS Girls discover World War I practice bomb in Michigan lake AP PHOTOPaige Burnett, 10, left, and Sage Menzies, 9 pose with a World War I practice bomb they discovered. ALMANACToday is Saturday, June 2, the 153rd day of 2018. There are 212 days left in the year. Today in historyOn June 2, 1953, the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II took place in Londons Westminster Abbey, 16 months after the death of her father, King George VI. On this dateIn 1897, Mark Twain was quoted by the New York Journal as saying from London that the report of my death was an exaggeration.Ž (Twain was responding to a report in the New York Herald that he was grievously illŽ and possibly dying.Ž) In 1924, Congress passed, and President Calvin Coolidge signed, a measure guaranteeing full American citizenship for all Native Americans born within U.S. territorial limits. In 1966, U.S. space probe Surveyor 1 landed on the moon and began transmitting detailed photographs of the lunar surface. In 1997, Timothy McVeigh was convicted of murder and conspiracy in the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City that killed 168 people. (McVeigh was executed in June 2001.) Todays birthdaysRhythm and blues singer Chubby Tavares (Tavares) is 74. Comedian Dana Carvey is 63. Rock singer Tony Hadley (Spandau Ballet) is 58. TV personality-producer Andy Cohen (The Real HousewivesŽ TV franchise) is 50. Rhythm and blues singer Irish Grinstead (702) is 38. Rock musician Fabrizio Moretti (The Strokes) is 38. Olympic gold medal soccer player Abby Wambach is 38. Country singer Dan Cahoon (Marshall Dyllon) is 35. Singer-songwriter ZZ Ward is 32. Actress Brittany Curran is 28. Actor Sterling Beaumon is 23. Bible verse Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.Ž „ Mark 9:23. Theres enough doubt and discouragement in this world. What we need is faith in God. Hes the One who can bring encouragement and joy to life. Believe in the Lord and let Him change your life. on the fringes of our solar system, like the dwarf planet Pluto, might have been active early on. Researchers liken the dunes to those at White Sands, New Mexico, or Californias Death Valley. Its a little bit lower density than sand were used to holding on the Earth,Ž Brigham Young Universitys Jani Radebaugh, a co-author, explained by phone. So it would feel lighter in your hand, but it would still be granular and would kind of ”ow off of your hand, and your feet would kind of crunch them as youre walking along. It would just kind of feel a lot like youre on another sand dune on the Earth.Ž The team has yet to determine the height of the dunes; Telfer guesses theyre at least tens of meters (yards) tall Much work is left to do to understand dunes on Pluto,Ž Cornell Universitys Alexander Hayes wrote in a companion article. He was not involved in the study. Most notably, it remains to be shown how high the dunes are, when they are most active, whether they changeŽ and whether particles can be swept into dunes without rising into the air. Nonetheless, he described the Telfer teams argument for uplifted methane granules as convincing. Launched in 2006, New Horizons was the “rst spacecraft ever to visit Pluto, passing within 7,770 miles. The spacecraft is now headed toward an even more distant world in our solar systems so-called Kuiper Belt, or Twilight Zone. Its expected to zip past the Kuiper Belt object nicknamed Ultima Thule „ orbiting 1 billion miles beyond Pluto „ on Jan. 1. Flight controllers at Johns Hopkins Universitys Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, will rouse New Horizons from a “ve-month electronic hibernation next week.PLUTOFROM PAGE 1 NASA PHOTO VIA APThis July 2015 image made by the New Horizons spacecraft shows dunes, small ripples at bottom right, on Plutos Sputnik Planitia ice plain. At upper left are a series of mountains. Researchers say the dunes appear to be made mostly of icy specks of methane the size of sand. that will apply to cases when someone threatens the nonconsensual dissemination of a private sexual image by coercing another person to refrain from an action. The governor has been accused of taking a nonconsensual photo of a partially nude woman with whom he had an affair in 2015 and warning her he would distribute it if she ever spoke of their encounter. He has acknowledged having the affair but denied criminal wrongdoing and refused to directly answer questions about whether he took the photo. Greitens cannot be charged under the new law because it was not in effect at the time. But a special prosecutor is still weighing whether to re“le an invasion-of-privacy charge against Greitens under a different law. In a news release announcing the bill signings, he touted bills such as a corporate income tax cut and changes to the state foster care system. Later, he announced he had pardoned “ve people and commuted the sentences of four others, including several whom he said had been wrongfully convicted of murder. Greitens has similarly insisted that he has done nothing worthy of being forced out of of“ce. The ability to make wrong things right, for Missourians who have not gotten fair treatment from our criminal justice system, is one of the most solemn and precious abilities of a Governor,Ž Greitens said in a written statement announcing the clemency actions. His resignation is part of a deal with a St. Louis prosecutor to drop a felony charge alleging misuse of a charity donor list to raise money for his 2016 gubernatorial campaign. His voluntary departure also avoids the potentially dubious distinction of becoming the “rst Missouri governor to be impeached by the House. Though hes leaving, Greitens isnt entirely clear of legal problems. The Missouri Ethics Commission continues to investigate a complaint that Greitens campaign “led false documents about the charity donor list. The FBI also has received information about Greitens from the chairman of a House investigatory panel and a private attorney representing the exhusband of the woman with whom he had an affair.GOVERNORFROM PAGE 1 Trump promised as a presidential candidate to drain the swamp in Washington. An executive order signed two weeks after his inauguration bars former lobbyists and corporate lawyers from participating in any matter they worked on for private clients within two years of going to work for the government. Following a request by AP, EPA provided a copy of an April 20 memo Cook signed recusing himself from participating in regulatory matters involving LyondellBasell. However, as stated in the letter, Cook can participate in matters affecting his former employer as long as his actions would also impact at least “ve similarly situated companies. All EPA employees receive ethics brie“ngs when they start and continually work with our ethics of“ce regarding any potential con”icts they may encounter while employed here,Ž said Lincoln Ferguson, an EPA spokesman. Steven Cook is no different.Ž It was not immediately clear whether Cook would be allowed to participate in decisions involving LyondellBasell, anyway. AP reported in March that White House counsel Don McGahn has issued at least 37 ethics waivers to key administration of“cials, including three working at EPA, that allow them to help regulate the very industries from which they previously collected paychecks even after signing recusals. It was not clear whether Cook was granted a waiver, and Ferguson did not respond to APs inquiries on the subject. Lyondell Chemical Co., a Houston-based subsidiary of LyondellBasell, agreed to pay $250 million in 2010 to settle environmental claims and provide cleanup funds for 15 properties across the country as part of bankruptcy proceedings. Another subsidiary of the Dutch chemicals conglomerate, Equistar Chemicals, agreed in 2007 to spend more than $125 million on pollution controls and cleanup costs to address a myriad of air, water and hazardous waste violations at seven petrochemical plants in Texas, Illinois, Iowa and Louisiana. Court “lings made as part of the companys legal settlement with the Justice Department, and EPA listed Cook as the primary contact for Equistar. LyondellBasell subsidiaries are identi“ed as a responsible party on dozens of Superfund sites. The companies set aside funds for cleanups before emerging from bankruptcy. LyondellBasell resolved its Superfund obligations nearly a decade ago,Ž said Pattie Shieh-Lance, a corporate spokeswoman in Houston. The company does not currently have any such obligations.Ž Cook is taking over as chair of the Superfund Task Force following the resignation of Albert KellŽ Kelly, a longtime friend and business associate of Pruitts. AP reported in August that federal banking regulators had banned Kelly, who previously the chairman of Oklahomabased SpiritBank, from banking for life. Members of Congress had been pressing for details about what led to the banking sanctions against Kelly when he quit his EPA job.SUPERFUNDFROM PAGE 1administration, said that while not illegal, Trumps tease could be deemed inappropriate because you want market participants to get their data from their government in predictable, of“cial ways, not haphazard ones.Ž If not, you end up with some people getting information ahead of other people,Ž Fratto continued. People who happened to be on Twitter at 7:21, you learned that the president was likely happy with the jobs report. If you werent on Twitter, you didnt and thats problematic for markets.Ž Jason Furman, the head of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Barack Obama, tweeted that if Trumps tweet conveys inside info then he should never get the jobs report brie“ng again. And Lawrence Summers, who served as treasury secretary for President Bill Clinton, tweeted if during the Clinton or Obama administrations information had been similarly conveyed it would have been a major scandal „ with all sorts of investigations following on.Ž Trumps embrace of the unemployment rate is a far cry from his 2016 campaign rhetoric when he called it one of the biggest hoaxes in modern politics,Ž suggesting it was a phony number because it showed that the economy was expanding under Obama. Rules stipulate that no federal worker is allowed to comment on the jobs report until at least one hour after its release. The Trump administration has violated that several times, including a post in March 2017 by then-White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Prior presidents generally followed the protocol closely, though in the 1960s President Lyndon Johnson had a habit of talking about the numbers in advance. It is not required for the president to see the jobs report number in advance. Asked if hell share it with Trump ahead of time again, Kudlow responded, I have no idea.Ž Its a judgment call,Ž Kudlow said. He is the president.ŽJOBSFROM PAGE 1WASHINGTON „ President Donald Trump on Friday declared that his on-and-off summit with North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore is on again, even as he tried to move away from his previous suggestions that a quick deal could be hatched during the unprecedented meeting less than two weeks from now. Well see where it leads, but were going to meet June 12,Ž Trump said after meeting for more than an hour with one of Kims top deputies in the Oval Of“ce. I think itll be a process,Ž Trump continued. I never said it goes in one meeting. I said itd be a process.Ž In fact, Trump, in comments as recently as a month ago, had suggested that a single summit meeting could lead to a dramatic breakthrough, talking about staging a great celebrationŽ of an agreement to eradicate North Koreas nuclear arsenal. Most outside analysts, as well as government experts, believed those comments set unrealistic goals. In addition to lowering expectations for the meeting, Trump de-emphasized the U.S. connection to Asia in a way that reversed language used by his predecessors for decades and was sure to rattle U.S. allies. Were 6,000 miles away,Ž Trump said. Thats their neighborhood; its not our neighborhood,Ž he said, declaring that Japan and South Korea, not the U.S., would have to bear the major cost of any reconstruction of North Koreas economy. Last week, Trump had announced he was canceling the summit because of hostileŽ North Korean statements. Fridays tableau, unimaginable just a few months ago, set a very different tone. The North Korean of“cial, Gen. Kim Yong Chol, a former spy chief who is one of his countrys most powerful “gures, was greeted by chief of staff John F. Kelly at the White Houses south driveway upon his arrival. He was the highest-ranking North Korean to visit the White House in nearly two decades. The general, accompanied only by an interpreter, met with Trump, Kelly and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in the Oval Of“ce, where he presented a letter from Kim Jong Un to Trump. Notably absent was Trumps national security adviser, John Bolton, whose comments last month suggesting that North Korea follow the model of Libya in abandoning its nuclear program had threatened to derail the summit. The delegation from a country dubbed by Trumps last Republican predecessor as a member of the axis of evilŽ shook hands, smiled and posed for pictures with their host after talks that Trump branded a getting-toknow you meeting „ plus.Ž Trump teased at the contents of Kims letter, calling it very niceŽ and hinting that he might release it publicly, only to insist minutes later that he had yet to read it.Trump says June 12 summit withNorth Korea is back onBy ELI STOKOLS and NOAH BIERMANTRIBUNE WASHINGTON BUREAU Facebook kills trending topics, tests breaking news labelNEW YORK (AP) „ Facebook is shutting down its ill-fated trendingŽ news section after four years, a company executive told The Associated Press. The company claims the tool is outdated and wasnt popular. But the trending section also proved problematic in ways that would presage Facebooks later problems with fake news, political balance and the limitations of arti“cial intelligence in managing the messy human world. When Facebook launched trendingŽ in 2014 as a list of headlines to the side of the main news feed, it was a straightforward move to steal users from Twitter by giving them a quick look at the most popular news of the moment. It “t nicely into CEO Mark Zuckerbergs pledge just a year earlier to make Facebook its users personal newspaper.Ž Facebook is now testing new features, including a breaking newsŽ label that publishers can add to stories to distinguish them from other chatter. Facebook also wants to make local news more prominent. According to the Pew Research Center, 44 percent of U.S. adults get some or all of their news through Facebook.NATIONAL NEWS

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Saturday, June 2, 2018 www.yoursun.comYellow AndyŽ by Sarasota sculptor Jack Dowd and The WaveŽ by Port Charlottes Bob Richard balance the largely international artists whose work is featured at the oasis known as Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens, not “ve minutes off Exit 164 on Interstate 75. Dowds new weather-durable resin sculpture depicts an Andy Warhol likeness that stands out against the greens of the grand Gardens. Sarasotan David Gonyas Man in Red,Ž an ethereal metal sculpture, completes the trifecta of dramatic art by local artists. Recently installed near the 20-year old staghorn fern, The WaveŽ comprises white marble and African mahogany. Both the fern, weighing more than 200 pounds and suspended from a solid branch of a live oak, and its complementary sculpture grace the area near the admission booth on the south side of the Gardens. A mecca for plant and art lovers alike, the Gardens is the 12-year project of Roger Tetrault, retired McDermott International CEO and chairman of the board, and his wife, Linda. They broke ground in 2012 and had a public opening on Oct. 21 of last year. Guests enter the long parking lot driveway and are immediately greeted by the stainless steel FleurŽ sculpture, a nine-foot tall water feature reminiscent of a pedestal vase, by Archie Held of Richmond, Calif. Sixty-by-40 images of plant life and ”owers line the driveway to the parking area. As the parking lot comes into view, three Tree TrellisesŽ stand tall on the left. Constructed of rebar by father-and-son artists Cary and Jesse Stefani of Michigan, the sculptures resemble trees, with 22-foot canopies arching in every direction. Volunteers planted bougainvillea in three different colors at the base of the frameworks that rise 20 feet into the sky. The ”owering plants present brilliant splashes of color. Its one of the most dramatic entrances in southwest Florida. Larger-than-life “gures of a bowing man and kissing woman, bending toward one another, create an arch across the road from the parking area. OstrichesŽ by Beijings Yu Zhaoyang embodies the whimsical vision of the Gardens Sculpture Committee. The 20-foot suited man and short-skirted woman pose in red, a vivid contrast to their green surroundings and blue sky. Stand-out sculptures featured at Peace River Botanical & Sculpture GardensBy CAMILLE CLINECORRESPONDENTThere have been 7,000 visitors since the facility opened in late October 2017 A close up of Steel PalmŽ, the Gardens signature sculpture by Boston artist Jacob Kulin. Artist Archie Helds FleurŽ is a water feature sponsored by the Dunn-Rankin family to honor their parents. Peace River Botanical & Sculpture Gardens is located at 5800 Riverside Drive, in Punta Gorda.SUN PHOTOS BY CAMILLE CLINE Residents who are looking for inspiration and guidance on their next neighborhood project need look no further: Sarasota County has announced a series of Neighborhood StoriesŽ to do just that. With help from its partners, the countys Neighborhood Services team will present the realities of neighborhood projects from a variety of perspectives: the subject matter expert, the “nancial backer and the residents who made it happen. The “rst four Neighborhood StoriesŽ are being presented through August at the UF/IFAS Extension building, 6700 Clark Road, in Sarasota, and will each feature a different type of project. Remaining sessions will be held from 4-5 p.m. on the following dates: € June 13: Disaster Preparedness at IslandWalk € July 11: Butter”y Garden at Gillespie Park € Aug. 8: Pond Aeration at Sherwood Forest The goals for the IslandWalk project were to educate new homeowners and special needs residents on disaster preparedness, and better equip IslandWalks Community Emergency Response Team. In addition to purchasing supplies, new and existing CERT members completed nearly 475 hours of training. Ultimately the neighborhood hoped to become 72-hour self-suf“cient so that post-disaster public resources can be diverted to communities most in need. The focus on May 2 was Canopy Road at Myakka Valley Ranches. A common denominator for the projects is their utilization of the countys Neighborhood Initiative Grant program, which offers up to $10,000 in matching funds for neighborhood improvement projects. Any neighborhood interested in applying must have a resident who has completed an application seminar. The last seminar for the upcoming cycle, which will be awarded in October, was held April 27 at the Sarasota County Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. The scale of the next cycle will be determined in September. If you are interested in helping neighborhoods turn their project ideas into reality, the Neighborhood Initiative Grant advisory committee is currently seeking a new member to “ll its District 3 vacancy. More information on the grant program is available at SCGOV.net (keyword: Grants). To register for an application seminar or apply for the Advisory Committee, call 941-861-5000 or email neighbor@scgov.net.Islandwalk grant to be highlighted STAFF REPORTGARDENS | 10 adno=54534960

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Page 2 Saturday, June 2, 2018 SOUTHERN STYLE BBQ Hosting a party this summer? Be the envy of your neighbors when you break out this oversized in”atable bowling party game. This action-packed set features six pins that stand 29 inches tall each. Their light weight allows you to take them with you and set them up almost anywhere. Featuring a hand-operated dual action pump to make in”ation simple. Watch the fun get started with a little friendly competition for points or for trick shots. Find it online at HearthSong.com for $28.Bl Us Over PHOTO COURTESY OF HEARTHSONG. COMLet this inatable party game bowl your guests over at your next party.If you are someone who takes vitamins or wants to know more about the bene“ts of certain minerals, you may need the Vitamins and Minerals app. You can count on the dictionary to work of”ine to provide detailed descriptions, uses and adverse reactions. Easily share or bookmark information for future reference. While it is not a replacement for solid medical advice, this handy, free app can provide you with insight and answers to basic questions. Find it today on all of your favorite mobile platforms.Get app-y PHOTO COURTESY OF GOOGLE PLAY STORELearn about vitamins, supplements, and nutrients and their benets with the free Vitamins and Minerals app. If summer has you wanting a taste of backyard barbeques, you dont need to look any further than Darrells Restaurant, located at 215 S. Tamiami Trail in Venice. This locally owned and operated family restaurant is all about serving up Southern cooking and smiles. Now we know why. This menu is packed with your favorite Southern fixings, including okra, chicken livers, catfish, chicken and waffles, not to mention the brisket and St. Louis ribs. Not only is it mouth-wateringly delicious but the prices wont put a bad taste in your mouth either. Check out the menu online at DarrellsRestaurant.net or visit the family-friendly restaurant in person. With an active hurricane season ahead of us, its never too soon to plan. One way to stay informed during a storm is through radio. We found this handy emergency radio and cell phone charger that features both a hand crank and solar option for operation. Never have to worry about batteries for your radio again. This device also features a flashlight, blinker, USB port and siren. This is the perfect addition to your disaster preparedness kit. Find it online at Amazon.com for about $28. SUMMER CHIC SUPERCHARGEDPHOTO COURTESY OF SEASIDE CHIC BOUTIQUEHit the beach in style with fashions from Seaside Chic Boutique. PHOTO COURTESY OF DARRELLS RESTAURANTYour taste buds are going to do a little dance when they get ahold of Darrells famous Andy Dandy platter featuring mouth-watering pulled pork paired with Midwestern beef brisket. Michelle Rinaca shares fivethings shes crazy about ƒ 5ake TIts about time to hit the beaches and don the summer apparel. If you are in search of light and airy outfits you may want to check out the Seaside Chic Boutique. Walking in the door you will be immersed into the relaxing ambiance of the store complete with subtle scented candles and light music. Here you will find all top fashion designs and trends. Their line features beautiful crocheted tops, Artisian dyed print dresses, designer handbags, and fashion jewelry. Stop by the bohemian infused storefront at 305A West Venice Ave or view their fashions online at www. seasidechicboutique.com.PHOTO COURTESY OF AMAZON.COMStay in touch during a storm with this solar powered combination ashlight, radio, and cell phone charger.

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Page 4 Saturday, June 2, 2018 Dental implants are todays best option for replacing lost or failing teeth. Of course, like anything that involves state-of-the-art technology and the services of skilled professionals, implant treatment is not cheap. Plus, getting dental implants is often considered an elective procedure, and therefore may not be fully, or even partially, covered by dental insurance. This can be the case even though the procedure offers proven health benefits. So, if you need and want dental implant treatment, what are ways you can pay for it? There is always the old fashion way: you can tap into any savings you may have. In fact, many dentists offer discounts to patients who pay in advance. However, if you have to save up for the procedure, it may mean a delay in gaining the use and bene“ts of treatment. Thats why many people “nd that “nancing, borrowing or using credit is the best way to pay for the care they need. There are various ways to go about doing this.Healthcare borrowing optionsThe following options have advantages and disadvantages, which may not be obvious at “rst glance. The important thing is to take your time and make sure to ask all of the questions you have along the way. General-use credit cardsThere is a good chance your dentist will accept payment by a credit card you already have. If you use it, you wont have to apply for a new loan. The downside is that you might tie up credit you routinely rely on for other needs. In addition, credit card interest rates can be higher than other types of loans. One consumer advocate suggests that if you want to charge dental expenses to your credit card, look for a good deal on transferring that balance to a new card. Some credit card companies offer very low interest rates for the life of the transferred balance. Make certain you read the “ne print, because they often charge a transfer fee.Healthcare credit cardsIn recent years, credit cards have emerged that are designed specifically for healthcare expenses. They allow you to charge as many dental treatment procedures as you like, until you reach your credit limit. One option, the CareCredit company, offers a 6or 12-month promotional period of interest free loans, made at an enrolled provider location. There are other options available for 24, 36 or 48 months, but they are not interest free. Late payments can result in penalties, late fees and interest rates that are significantly higher. It is important that you are comfortable with the size of the monthly payment required. To avoid complications, it is sometimes best to allow for direct payments to be made from your account. Healthcare installment loansIf you have a large dental or medical expense that you want to “nance, an installment loan may be your best option. Unlike the healthcare credit card, to which you may charge many smaller procedures (as long as you do not go over your credit limit), an installment loan sets a payment schedule and a “xed interest rate for one larger instance of borrowing. Such as having all of your missing or failing teeth replaced with dental implants. It is very much like taking out a car loan. Interest depends on your credit history.Equity loansEquity loans are secured by collateral, such as a borrowers house. Because of this, they usually have a lower interest rate than an unsecured debt, such as credit cards and installment loans. Thats the main advantage of an equity loan. The risk is that the lender can take the collateral, (your home) and sell it if you do not repay the debt. The equity you have in your home (the current value minus the amount you owe on the mortgage) determines the amount you can borrow. Doing nothing also has costsAs you look into the cost of dental implant treatment and consider the finance options, there is a related question you should ask. What is the financial cost on not taking prompt action to restore your confidence, smile and ability to chew. As it turns out, the longer a person without teeth waits to get dental implants, the higher the final price tag is likely to be. The main reason for that price increase is the gradual loss of jawbone that always accompanies tooth loss. Soon after you start loosing teeth, the bone that supported them begins to deteriorate. Dental implants are proven to slow or even stop this destructive process. The longer you delay implant treatment, the more bone is lost. This can complicate your procedu re, making it more expensive. Fortunately, you can avoid this by acting promptly to safeguard your health, your smile, your confidence and your ability to eat foods that you enjoy. Where is the best place to start? Your dentists office. Dr. Arthur Acker has practiced in Venice for 25 years. He practices with his wife, Dr. Nicole Lehninger, and their associate, Dr. Ryan Holbrook. They maintain a general dentistry practice, preforming all phases of dental care, with a focus on dental implants. They do all aspects of the implant placement and restoration in one location. Dr. Acker has taught at the University of Florida for more than 25 years. For more information, call 941-484-3885. Tips for financing your implant treatment IF YOU GO:What: Implant discussion When: Wednesday, June 6, 4 p.m.; Wednesday, July 11, 4 p.m. Where: 200 Capri Isles Blvd., in Venice. Phone: 941-484-3885 Dr. Arthur AckerGuest Columnist The Womens Resource Center, a not-for-pro“t organization dedicated to engaging, educating, enriching and empowering women of all generations, awarded 22 scholarships of $1,000 each at a reception in Sarasota on May 20. This years class represented women who are pursuing degrees in various “elds of study „ from nursing to the social sciences. Betty Schoenbaum, a longtime supporter of the WRC Scholarship Fund, attended the reception and shared heartfelt words about her experience as a philanthropist, according to a news release. Helping people get an education is one of the greatest things you can do in your life,Ž Schoenbaum said. She also encouraged the WRC ScholarsŽ to give back by volunteering their time. The “rst apartment my husband and I lived in cost us $40 a month, which we could barely afford. We worked hard to open a restaurant in Charleston, West Virginia. That one store turned into more than 2,000 restaurants in 36 states. You may have heard of it „ Shoneys Big Boy? Because of our hard work and success, Im able to help people who have trouble affording an education, get one.Ž Felicia Phillips, a Betty Schoenbaum Family Foundation Scholarship recipient, shared her story of overcoming obstacles to achieve her goals to become a licensed practical nurse. Its inspiring to know that not only my friends and family, but also my community, supports me in pursuing my dreams,Ž she said. Each of these courageous women has demonstrated great drive and a determination to achieve their highest potential,Ž says Ashley Brown, president and CEO of the Womens Resource Center. We are proud to support their hard work and perseverance. As women improve their Womens Resource Center awards 22 scholarships, $22,000STAFF REPORT PHOTO PROVIDED BY THE WOMENS RESOURCE CENTER2018 Womens Resource Center Scholarship Fund recipients with Betty Schoenbaum (far right).AWARDS | 6 Dont Let Hearing Loss Keep You From Enjoying Life to the FullestCall 497-0343 to schedule your FREE CONSULTATION, and learn all about the latest discreet and highly effective digital hearing aid solutions. Christies Hearing Aids3944 S. Tamiami Tr. | 497-0343in Courthouse Plaza, Venice, next to S. County Administration Complex34 YEARS IN THE SAME LOCATION! Frank ChristieHave you been quoted $4,000-$6,000 for Hearing Aids? We have the same level of technology for HALF THE COST!€ No Big Ads € No Commissions € No Franchise FeeJust me doing whats right for you.We Service Veterans Hearing Aids. adno=54535224

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Page 6 Saturday, June 2, 2018 We have more local sources of organic produce than ever. Consider Arcadias Aloe Organics and Punta Gordas Worden Farm, Lady Moon Farms and Organic Farm Kitchen among them. And theres another way to have fresh organic produce all year round, thanks to Englewood Homegrown.A legacy grows in ArcadiaWhen Allison AloeŽ Hall Nelson was diagnosed at 28 with metastatic breast cancer, she changed her approach to nutrition at her doctors insistence. Under the tutelage of Chris and Eva Worden of Worden Farm, her family dedicated a 6-acre parcel of its Arcadia cattle ranch to organically grown, pesticide-free produce which could be sold and donated to young cancer patients through the Childrens Cancer Center of Tampa. Although Nelson succumbed after three years, her legacy „ the certi“ed-organic Aloe Organics of Arcadia „ is thriving. Said her mother, Kay Hall, Allison did all of us in the family a great service by giving us this mission, to make something good out of something so bad.Ž Aloe Organics sells its produce Wednesdays at Phillippi Farmhouse Market in Sarasota from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. and Fridays at Boca Grande Market from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. For more information, visit AloeOrganics.com.Punta Gordas greenest grocerAnother bene“ciary of Worden expertise is Kyle and Anne Keeslings Organic Farm Kitchen in Punta Gorda, where everythings local, organic and all natural. The Keeslings source their vegetables locally „ some from Aloe Organics but mostly from Lady Moon Farms, a Pennsylvania-based, USDA-certi“ed organic, non-GMO grower whose produce can be had only at shops like theirs. Now with “ve farms in three states, Lady Moons local acreage is near Babcock Ranch. Organic Farm Kitchen, the little green shop at 522 Nesbit Street, in Punta Gorda, has a lot to offer besides produce. Its general store sells Florida specialties, and they stock a healthy grab-and-go lunch counter with soup, salads and sandwiches. Hours are Tuesday to Friday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.Wordens spread the wordWorden Farm, an 85-acre USDA-certi“ed organic family farm, at 34900 Bermont Road, Punta Gorda, since 2003, makes its produce available at farmers markets and through farm memberships. Eva Worden, chief among those spreading the local organic gospel, said, Once people understand it, it becomes very clear that its a good choice for health and the environment.Ž Worden offers three types of memberships: the Worden Farm stand in Punta Gorda; prepacked organic veggie boxes, delivered to local drop-off locations every Wednesday throughout season; and farmers markets in downtown Sarasota, Saturdays, 7 a.m.-1 p.m., downtown St. Petersburg, Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Lakewood Ranch, Wednesdays, 3-7 p.m. For more information, visit WordenFarm.com.Beyond organic in EnglewoodOrganic farms and produce have sprouted all around us in Southwest Florida. But Sam Bakers approach, at Englewood Homegrown, located at Englewoods Open Studio, is something he likes to call beyond organic.Ž People come here, sit and read, get a juice at the Open Studios Real Juice Bar, pick fruit off a tree, listen to birdsong and still see honeybees and Monarch butter”ies. For about three years, Baker has been among them, promoting his own vision of edible landscaping as Open Studio gardens manager and owner of Englewood Homegrown. Englewood Homegrown now has more than 100 species in its completely edible plant nursery, all well adapted to the Florida climate and appropriate for sustainable homescale food production. With them, Baker installs gardens and orchards „ whole edible perennial landscapes „ mostly for Englewood clients. Were “ghting against nature to try to grow mainstream grocery-store crops down here,Ž Baker said. You have to be more of an adventurous eater. But all of these tropical crops are way more nutritious.Ž Vegetables that you can grow even in the summer include root crops like cassava or yucca, taro, sweet potato, yam, and mint potato; leaf crops chaya, katuk, moringa, New Zealand spinach, longevity spinach, and amaranth (callaloo); garlic chives, bunching chives; yardlong bean, cowpea, winged bean, pigeon pea; okra, eggplant, cherry and Everglades tomatoes, hot peppers, plus Seminole and calabaza pumpkins. Englewood Homegrown is at 380 Old Englewood Road. For Eat your veggies organically ColumnistSue Wade SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEEva Worden, second from left, at Worden Farms Open Farm Day in April, anked by members of Charlotte Technical Colleges culinary program (from left to right): chef instructor Ron Westrom and students Jesse Ciarcia, Joseph Gaither and Alexis Sweeris. PHOTO PROVIDEDThe late Allison AloeŽ Hall Nelson, ongoing inspiration for Aloe Organics of Arcadia. SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEKyle Keesling shows o organic Swiss chard from Lady Moon Farms. SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADESam Baker of Englewood Homegrown produces a long list of beyond organicŽ edible plants that thrive in Florida. education and training, their earning abilities increase. Through our scholarships and programs, we are creating opportunities for these women and their families. These scholarships make a meaningful difference in our community.Ž The Womens Resource Centers annual scholarship program is made possible through gifts of its generous donors. Since 1997, the Womens Resource Center Scholarship Fund has awarded $725,000 to WRC Scholars. Applicants must demonstrate a “nancial need, hold a high school diploma or a GED equivalent, and should be pursuing an undergraduate degree or certi“cation program at a vocational, two-year, or four-year institution. I admire you all,Ž said Schoenbaum, who contributed funds for 10 scholarships this year. She gave the recipients her well-known heartto-heart hug. You juggle your time with families, jobs and school and some of you are even starting new careers midlife. This is one of the best days of my year.Ž The 2018 Womens Resource Center Scholarship Fund committee included Brenda Parker, chair, and Ellen Akhavein, Ed.D., Jamie Aymerich, Lillian Elliot, Pauldie Howrigan, Deborah Kostroun, Liz Mercer, Eva Rickert, Madeline Ross, Kaylea Schule and Pam Truitt.AWARDSFROM PAGE 4Saturday, June 2, 2018 Page 7 Dont toss that limp, black banana. It could come in handy one day. The milk smells a bit off? No problem „ you can still use it. Thanks to pasteurization, the stuffs even safe to drink, though you might not care to. Floppy lettuce can be braised or crisped to new life. Root greens are not only edible but delicious. Sour milk stands in well for buttermilk in baking. Overripe bananas make the best banana cream pie. And eggs are still good three to “ve weeks past their sell byŽ date. As awareness of food waste has exploded over the last few years, more consumers are thinking twice before trashing their comestibles. Rather than commit them to the land“ll, more households are instead composting their coffee grounds and wizened oranges, or reconsidering the wisdom of tossing foods by their best used byŽ dates, which are more manufacturers suggestions than food safety warnings, anyway. In his 2017 documentary Wasted! The Story of Food Waste,Ž volatile celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain recalled, As a young cook, I came up in an old-school system: Use everything. Waste nothing.Ž That adage has become, for many, a rallying cry. Every year, up to 40 percent of the food produced in the United States winds up in land“lls, tainting the atmosphere with greenhouse gases instead of feeding the hungry. A recent press release from the Natural Resources Defense Council claims that 1.3 billion tons of food, valued at $218 billion, is trashed annually. According to the state Department of Environmental Protection, Florida discarded 2.1 million tons of food waste in 2016. An average family of four scrapes $1,500 to $2,200 of food into Hefty bags every year. A 2017 Johns Hopkins University study went on to conclude that each person wastes more than 1,200 calories a day „ enough, according to lead researcher Dr. Roni Neff, to nourish 84 percent of the U.S. population. One sunny December day, dozens of Sarasota restaurateurs and community members gathered at Owens Fish Camp to view Wasted!Ž They came away inspired but shocked at how much edible food is routinely thrown away. The screening was sponsored by Food Waste Warriors, a newly formed Sarasota group born of a partnership between Edible Sarasota magazine and the Sarasota chapter of Chefs Collaborative, a national nonpro“t network of chefs whose vision of environmentally sustainable practices may one day be second nature for every chef in the United States. The gentle grassroots army describes Food Waste Warriors mission as: To create a better food system for our community to enjoy, to reduce our land“lls, feed the hungry, feed animals, decrease overproduction and purchasing and create compost.Ž The groups message parallels efforts by Randy Penn, waste reduction agent for Sarasota Countys UF/ IFAS Extension. Penn teaches a monthly composting course and is tracking a years worth of food waste from 100 Sarasota households. His goals are, “rst, to calculate how much food could be kept out of county land“lls through composting and, eventually, to help achieve a countywide system for gathering and using food waste from local gardens, restaurants and markets. Nicole Coudal, Nokomis food writer and creator of MyDeliciousBlog.com, has been collecting and reporting on her own compost since the studys launch. My husband and I have been averaging 35 pounds a month,Ž she said proudly. So far, theyve recorded over 6,000 pounds from participants.Ž Composting works perfectly for foodstuffs that are no longer good for very much, like broken eggshells and lettuce stumps. But creative food rescuers can put food on plates even before it ends up as compost. For example, All Faiths Food Bank of Sarasota happily redistributes ugly produceŽ that gardeners and markets might otherwise discard as unmarketable. Refuse is becoming not only reputable, but trendy. Seeking new routes to sustainability, chefs, too, are turning dregs into delicacies. Among perennial favorites at the top of the National Restaurant Associations top 10 food concept trends is food waste reduction. Its been steadily climbing the list thats compiled every year by chef-members of the American Culinary Federation „ rising from No. 19 for 2016 and No. 7 last year to No. 4 on the 2018 list. No. 2 on the Specialty Food Association Trendspotter Panels list of hot trends for 2018 is ex-garbage, which it inventively labeled upcycled products.Ž Were already seeing pressed juice made from imperfect fruit, chips made from fruit pulp, and snack bars made from spent grain from the beer-making process. Expect more to hit the market in the coming year,Ž the panel predicted. What was once an esoteric pursuit of only a few concerned chefs is fast becoming a sine qua non for restaurants reputation and pro“tability. Laura Abshire, NRA director of sustainability policy and Food Waste Reduction Alliance liaison, said, Food waste reduction is an increasingly important area of opportunity and action for the restaurant and food service industry.Ž That industry alone is responsible for 400,000 to 600,000 tons of food waste annually. One of the “rst to make the most of food waste in his restaurant was Executive Chef Dan Barber, of Greenwich Villages Blue Hill restaurant „ itself a recycled basement speakeasy. Barber called his strategy wastEDŽ and started using cucumber butts, those ends that are normally pitched in the garbage, as a side. If youre thinking about an idea you can solve in your lifetime,Ž said the multiple James Beard Award winner „ who also appears in Wasted!Ž „ youre thinking too small. ... None of this typically gets consumed, but its delicious.Ž Chef David Rashty, former executive chef for Babcock Ranch, and a local leader for the Fort Myers area Chefs Collaborative, said that, routinely, Nothing is wasted. The zucchini we use in the pasta, we save the scraps and make soup with them.Ž According to US Foods Tampa restaurant operations consultant Jason Pratt, tracking waste is as important a strategy for controlling restaurant food costs as a savvy purchasing program, smart inventory management and portion control. Understanding that what they dont know can hurt their pro“tability, Pratt urges owners to keep a waste sheetŽ to record and manage whats trashed every day. Using clear plastic boxes rather than trash cans for waste will reveal rather than conceal whats being tossed. Periodic trash audits prove to be shocking eye openers. Between homeowners turning trash into compost, volunteers rescuing unwanted eats and chefs using everything in their pantry while honestly tallying what is lost, the mountain of wasted U.S. food is sure to shrink. In 2015, for the “rst time, the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency announced a goal of cutting food loss and waste in half by the year 2030. That 15-year goal aims to reduce food waste in land“lls by 50 percent, from the 2010 baseline of 218.9 pounds per person to 109.4 pounds per person. At the rate theyre going, Nicole and Brendan Coudal alone will have exceeded the USDA/EPA goal by the end of a year.Composting food from table to trash to table PHOTO PROVIDEDOrange Blossom Community Garden has been picking up compostable waste weekly from local restaurants. The nished compost is used for the gardens communal beds. PHOTO PROVIDEDDuring the week-long 2017 World Rowing Championships, the University of Florida/IFAS Extension educated more than 40,000 attendees and collected 585 pounds of food waste, for composting and mulching at Nathan Benderson Park. PHOTO PROVIDEDAccording to Food Waste Warriors Sarasota, Beet greens and other root vegetable greens are delicious. Dont waste them. Braise them like collards, use them in salads, pickle them.Ž SUN PHOTO BY SUE WADEThis kitchen science project can become an ingredient for any homeowner whos serious about not wasting food. By SUE WADEGUEST COLUMNIST

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Page 8 Saturday, June 2, 2018 For the third time since 2010, Venice Theatre is hosting AACT WorldFest, an international community theatre festival that is sanctioned by the American Association of Community Theatre. This years event is scheduled for June 18-23 in downtown Venice. Fifteen countries will be presenting shows, with theatre troupes coming from Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Bangladesh, Chile, China, Georgia, Germany, Israel, Italy, Poland, Slovenia, the United Kingdom, the United States and Zimbabwe. Laurie Colton, director of marketing and public relations, said that after hosting the festival the last three times, Venice Theatre has now become its permanent home. We welcome in performers from countries all over the world, who perform in their own languages,Ž she said. But they are very conscious about making sure theyre physical, visual and active, so it will be very easy to understand what is going on.Ž One of the most acclaimed performances the last time the festival was in town was by two performers from Argentina. In Our Daily Bread,Ž the couple takes the audience on a silent movie-style journey through their lives together, from the “rst time they met until they reach old age, and they use bread as a metaphor. Another unique performance will be by a group of puppeteers from the Yerevan State Puppet Theatre in Armenia. They will be returning to WorldFest with their take on the Hans Christian Andersen tale of a tiny girl named Thumbelina.Ž This time, the company will tell the story through shadow puppetry. In addition to enjoying these dynamic performances, festival goers can also take part in a wide selection of interactive, educational workshops and social events. The workshops and seminars range from beginner to advanced and are open and free to all festival registrants, except for the Broadway Audition Workshop, which has a fee to participate. Learn the basics of the highly stylized technique of Chinese Opera Battles from Dr. Chua Su Pong, from Singapore, sample a variety of circus arts with the Circus Arts Conservatory or take part in a full slate of other workshops. Colton says there is so much for a theatre a“cionado to absorb. Weve even got a theatre group from Australia who will be doing a “re show on the beach,Ž she said. There are also a lot of good parties and fellowship, and every night after the show, we will have an afterglow gathering in the little park next door to the theatre.Ž At the end of the week, there will be an awards ceremony, but the performers are not in competition with each other. Instead, they can all use the adjudication and positive suggestions as means to perfect their craft even further. Colton said that the performers are thankful to be coming to a place like Venice that is not only beautiful, but is such a staunch supporter of the theatre arts. It makes the AACTs decision to make Venice Theatre the permanent host of the festival an easy one. This is always a big boon for the local economy, because we bring in visitors and money in the month of June, when business is typically slower,Ž she said. We already have such great community participation here, and more and more people are becoming aware of the festival.ŽAACT WorldFest returns to the Venice TheatreBy DEBBIE FLESSNERCORRESPONDENT IF YOU GO:Where: Venice Theatre is located at 140 W. Tampa Ave., in Venice. When: AACT WorldFest runs from Friday, June 18 to Wednesday, June 23. Cost: Full festival tickets and single matinee tickets for both adults and students are available. Check the website or call the box office for details. Volunteers: There is a need for volunteers to work during the festival and possibly host families for some of the visiting performers. There also is a need for singers and dancers for the festivals opening ceremony. Website: VeniceStage.com/international. Box office: 941-488-1115. Theatre office: 941-484-4033. SUN PHOTO BY DEBBIE FLESSNERThe all-female Zimbabwe troupe will perform Who is a Child?Ž Told through high-energy songs and dances, the performers will explore the perils „ and rewards „ of growing up. PHOTO PROVIDEDThe ooky, kooky actors of the Tacoma (Washington) Musical Playhouse will bring Act 1 of their national award-winning musical production, The Addams Family,Ž to the festival. PHOTO PROVIDEDThe Luo He Yu Opera Group from China will dazzle you with a classic Chinese opera, The Seven-Star SwordŽ, which includes music, acrobatics and, of course, battle scenes. PHOTO PROVIDEDFrom Tel Aviv, Israel, the Yoram Loewenstein Studio will present One of a Kind,Ž an o-kilter, zany production about our identities and the decisions we make about them early in life. adno=54534957

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Page 10 Saturday, June 2, 2018 In recognition of Fathers Day, I explored some white wines that are produced in the Marche region of Italy. My father, Rinaldo Carboni, has family roots which stem from the town of Ascoli Piceno, the southern most province of “ve that are part of the area. Marche is located in central Italy, bordered by the Adriatic Sea on its eastern edge and the Apennine Mountains to the west. This hidden gem has been called the new TuscanyŽ which lies to the west. The area has gorgeous rolling hills and a picturesque seaside with stunning white-sand beaches and clear blue water. Its also known for “ne and luxurious footwear, which is made here. White wines from this region are crisp, fruit forward, and lend a balanced brightness which compliments the local cuisine of seafood, olives and fresh vegetables perfectly. Red wines made from Montepulciano and Sangiovese grapes are also prominent in the area, but with the summer months upon us, were turning towards more refreshing, cool, white wine. Some of the best white wines produced in the Marche region include Verdicchio and Pecorino. They vary greatly in both color and style, with Verdicchio being lighter and Pecorino a richer wine. Lets take a look at these wines that are interesting on the palate and perfect for enjoying in the warm summer months. Verdicchio, which translates to little green one,Ž is one of the most popular grapes from which white wines are made in Marche. The soil there is comprised of limestone, clay and chalk from calcium carbonate. This lends a crisp mineralogy to the wine and „ coinciding with its name „ it has a very slight green tinge. Its medium-bodied with ”avors and aromas that are ”oral, lightly fruity „ think green apple „ and have a hint of almond. It has a lively, mouth-watering quality, making this a perfect match for seafood-centric and lighter-style summer cuisine. Pecorino This white wine is possibly one of Italys most interesting and special white wines. Its not to be confused with the cheese of the same name made from sheeps milk. However, the word does originate from sheepŽ and legend has it that sheep would eat the sweet white grapes grown in the southern most region of Ascoli Piceno. These grapes produce a dry, high-quality white wine. Its golden-hued and has ”oral notes mixed with ”avors of lemon, sage, thyme and a touch of honey. Its structured with a richness to it and pairs well with the sharp, salty and nutty ”avors of pecorino cheese, as well as seafood and poultry. Along with being refreshing and perfect for sipping this summer, these Italian white wines are also very reasonably priced at less than $15 per bottle. Knowing that wine is best enjoyed with food, a fun way to explore different pairings is through Savor Sarasota Restaurant Week, taking place through June 14. Participating restaurants are offering $32 pre“xe, multi-course dinner menus and multi-course lunch menus for $16. Some are offering additional wine parings to go with the courses. Try a few out and share what new favorites you discover. Some Venice-area restaurants participating in Savor Sarasota include Cafe Venice Restaurant & Wine Bar, Bone“sh Grill, Chaz 51 Bistro, Blu Island Bistro, Crows Nest Marina Restaurant, and Fins at Sharkys. Close to 100 restaurants are participating in this promotion and a full list is available on the website, SavorSarasota.com. 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.Italian summer whites enchant from Marche On WineNicole Carbon Pecorino white wine by Saladini Pilastri from Ascoli Piceno in Marche. SUN PHOTOS BY NICOLE CARBONVerdicchio white wine by San Rocchetto from the Marche region. Cast in bronze, ThinkerŽ, a spoof on the Rodin original The ThinkerŽ, sits in ball cap and sneakers contemplating great unknowns upon rough-cut Carrara marble, by Ichwan Noor of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The accompanying table and seating offer visitors to the Gardens community center a respite to view the surrounding water-lily pond to the right. Just outside the front doors of the center stands the glittering New Orleans artist Lin Emerys RondeletŽ, a highly polished aluminum sculpture with circular forms that shine and oscillate in the breeze. Across the lily pond, Monumental Fire & HarmonyŽ, also by Carole Feuerman of Hartford, Conn., arches dramatically. All four Feuerman sculptures were on display, starting with a members-only event on March 17, with the reigning doyenne of super-realismŽ „ Feuerman herself „ unveiling bronze-and-stainless steel sculptures Bibi on the BallŽ and Next Summer.Ž BibiŽ features a woman sitting on a beach ball and is situated on the sands near the lower pond of the Gardens community center. Exhibiting a woman laying on an in”atable ring, Next SummerŽ appears to ”oat in the upper pond. The sculptural heart of the Gardens sits just beyond the lily ponds. Steel Palm,Ž by Boston artist Jacob Kulin, was inspired by a 50-million-year-old stone palm frond fossil the Tetraults purchased from a Wyoming quarry. How appropriate that a palm frond from the bottom of a lake bed „ found at the top of a mountain „ should serve as the inspiration,Ž Kulin said of his 21,000-pound installation „ 25 foot high by 20 feet wide by 18 feet deep „ created from 14 steel plates weighing from 1,200 to 2,200 pounds. Every project has a heartbeat and the fossil started this one,Ž Kulin said. Assembled to withstand 140 mph winds, the structure was given its “rst rinse in 2015, which brought out the rich burnt umber that actually makes each blade stronger through seasons of salty air. In my 20-year career, this piece is my most massive. It took a year and a half from concept to completion,Ž Kulin said. The pieces were cut and formed in Cincinnati and it has a huge subfooting below, a pad with two outriggers that extend well below the tiles here. Its grounded for lightning as well.Ž Strolling past the work to the boardwalk leading to an end-ofpier gazebo, the full magnitude of Kulins vision clicks into place as the blades align and appear as a single, very large palm frond. At the September soft opening, Roger Tetrault told a crowd of friends and family that in the last three years, volunteers had planted roughly 3,500 trees and plants and would add about 750 trees and plants every year. We will add more than 25,000 square feet of buildings, including a welcome center, a plant store, a conservatory, and a restaurant. And we will construct a light-duty bridge from our southwest corner to the two-acre island within our south marsh.Ž The Gardens community center already hosts a caf and gift shop. Plans are also underway for a “ne arts museum/library and museum courtyards, once the Tetrault home converts upon their passing. Future boardwalks will lead to an island which will include other features. In a later phase, a multi-use pavilion with a stage and event lawn is being planned. Flowering trees and plants will bloom throughout the year and more than 1,500 linear feet of boardwalk will provide optimum viewing of the river and the marsh. The Rev. Bill Klossner, president of Peace River Botanical and Sculpture Gardens, Inc., said this week that 7,000 people have visited the Gardens since it opened in late October. it was dif“cult to anticipate the ”ow of visitors at “rst, he said. Rain has caused periodic closures. Klossner encourages peoe to call before coming by. Hours of operation are Wednesday through Sunday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., at least through the summer. Were feeling really quite good about it,Ž Klossner said. Weve received wonderful response from the public. They are surprised that we are here. We have world artists here. People who have come say they cant believe this is in Punta Gorda, which is what we wanted them to say. We had no idea what to expect with a new operation. We have exceeded expectations. Weve had visitors from all over the world, which is nice.Ž They have welcomed ride-in groups, from garden clubs, the Lifelong Learning Institute, Red Hat Society and businesses have rented spaces for client events. Klossner emphasized that the Gardens provide discounts for tour groups. A professional organization brought in its national staff for part of a week-long teambuilding/training,Ž he said, encouraging other groups to do the same. The Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce held its monthly After HoursŽ event there. The Gardens also advertised in the Boston Globe and the Allegiant in-”ight magazine. Various Asian travel groups have added the Garden to their Southwest Florida tours as well. If we see 30 visitors a day, it will help us to keep the lights on,Ž Klossner said. We love our visitors coming from Englewood, Venice, Cape Coral and Bonita Springs, as well as right here in Punta Gorda.ŽGARDENSFROM PAGE 1adno=54534963 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?Florida Dental Implant Center941.484.4004Arthur I. Acker, D.M.D. € Nicole R. Lehninger, D.M.D. RSVP for you and a friend Y Our Team Working For You adno=54536133

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Saturday, June 2, 2018 Page 11 Singer/songwriter Joe Bon“glio has been playing music since he was 7. My mom and dad bought me a guitar and my grandpa would play it and sing Italian songs,Ž the musician said. It was good family fun and, unfortunately, I dont think many people do that much anymore.Ž Bon“glio writes songs about his life experiences, but he also said literature, “lm, television and the news inspire his art. He sang, played guitar, and wrote songs for the group The DuCainesŽ, who recorded a single for Atlantic Records. My “rst professional job was the 1960 Worlds Fair in New York,Ž he said. At 13, he was lead singer and played guitar. In his late teens, he performed on the folk circuit, but also played with The Providence River Swimming Team (a jug band), touring the east coast and opening for acts including Sea Train, Laura Nyro, Boz Scaggs and Paul Geremia. When the band members parted ways, Bon“glio returned to his career as a folk singer/songwriter, and recorded a demo album for RCA records. He had played in various New York and college venues and has opened for acts including Jonathan Edwards, Gordon Lightfoot, the Chambers Brothers, Livingston Taylor, Burt Summer, the Left Banke and Kate and Alex Taylor. He continued playing solo for a number of years, performing in a variety of small New England venues, colleges and corporate bene“ts. From 1977-1990, he took a hiatus to leave New York and the music business to live in the Vermont countryside, where he raised two children and worked as an educator and a scholarly writer. I taught English at high school and also at college-course levels,Ž he said. But he never stopped playing. He also traveled extensively, living for periods of time in Washington, D.C., Normal, Illinois, and St. Andrews, Scotland. While living in Scotland, he was a site manager for the STANZA Poetry Festival, one of the largest such festivals in the world. It was there that his desire to shift from prose back to poetry was kindled. Returning to songwriting was a natural progression. He re-entered the music business slowly at “rst, playing a few gigs a year and rebuilding his performance skills. In 2009, he relocated from Vermont to Florida, performing as a solo artist. Since that time has played a variety of Florida and New England venues, festivals and corporate parties. His song HurricaneŽ was included on the Noise Ordinance 3 compilation CD, and he is also being included on Noise Ordinance 4 with his song Living All Alone with Just Myself.Ž In 2014, he opened for Jonathan Byrd at Fogartyville in Sarasota and released a live EP of the show. His recording, Third Times the Charm,Ž was released in January 2014. His song from that album, Paint Me a PictureŽ, was recorded by the German band Sherman Noir and the Highway Surfers, and released on its most recent album. His latest recording, called Sidewalk SidestepŽ, was released in January 2016. The Trop Rock Music Association nominated him as a Trop Rock “nalist in 2016. Im currently recording two albums. One is called Beach Americana, and the other is called Live For Today, which will have a variety of music,Ž he said. Bon“glio met Common Grounds Meeting Hall producer Bud Buckley at an open-mic night in Sarasota and they immediately became friends. We did a duo for a short time,Ž he said. We both came from New York and in fact we have the same birthday.Ž Bon“glio currently resides in Madeira Beach. Its a cool little beach town, I really like living there,Ž he said. He will perform on Saturday, June 9, at 7:30 p.m. at Common Grounds Meeting Hall in North Port. The concert hall is located at 12735 Tamiami Trail, just south of Warm Mineral Springs. You can purchase tickets at Eventbrite.com. For more information, call 941-564-8739.An avid traveler, Bonfiglios music has many inspirationsBy SUE ERWINCORRESPONDENT PHOTO PROVIDEDJoe Bonglio will perform on Saturday, June 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Common Grounds Meeting Hall in North Port. After years working together in the restaurant business, both of us made the decision to venture out on our own and open Cassariano Italian Eatery. 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AnneD  Innocenzio;JPaschke € AP Source:RetailMetricsLLC excludesWalmart Federal tax cuts, along with a solid economy and stores own initiatives such as sprucing up their merchandise, are helping boost retailers bottom lines. But still to be seen is whether the tax relief for consumers will help drive spending. First-quarter profits are up more than 14 percent, based on the 91 retailers that have reported so far. Thats the best performance in eight years, according to research firm RetailMetrics LLC. Revenue among those that have reported is up an average of 4.4 percent, compared to a 5.4 percent gain in the fourth quarter. Ken Perkins, president of RetailMetrics, says the tax cuts are widening the gap between the haves and have-nots.Ž He noted financially healthy companies like Walmart and Target can invest the windfall in their online operations or by increasing wages. Eight of the retailers who have reported so far have lost money. In the department store sector, J.C. Penney and Dillards were laggards, posting gross profit margin declines, says Moodys Investor Service. Perkins says shoppers are using the extra windfall to pay down debt. And rising gas prices are eating up some of the tax benefits. But that may change as they feel more comfortable with their financial situation.Tax cuts aid retailersQuarterly earnings growth for retailers*Tax Benefit? First quarter earnings for 2018 are up 14 percent for the group of 91 retailers reporting, the best performance in 8 years. -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30% 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 est. Source: Ministry of Finance, Taiwan Joe McDonald; Alex Nieves € APIf the customer is always right, then Taiwan  s leaders face a thorny dilemma as they resist pressure from Beijing to unite the self-ruled island with the communist mainland. The two sides, separated since 1949, have no formal relations, but China is Taiwan  s top export market and source of free-spending tourists. That gives Beijing leverage over Taiwanese who want to stay separate but whose jobs increasingly depend on the mainland. Exports to China hit a record $90 billion last year, or 28 percent of Taiwan  s global total. Some 2.7 million mainlanders visited „ down from 2015  s peak of 4.2 million but still the biggest group. Taiwan companies have invested $100 billion in China over the past decade. Beijing is using its economic clout to isolate Taiwan and erase symbols of independence. Burkina Faso in West Africa broke ties with Taiwan on May 26, leaving it with only 18 diplomatic allies. 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MITTpA 2.06 8.1 25.91 24.88 2 25.43 14 25.79 25.29 +.26 +.3 AG Mtg pfB N MITTpB 2.00 7.9 25.71 24.50 3 25.31 21 25.70 25.19 +.13 -.1 AGCO N AGCO .60 .9 28 75.95 58.12 572 64.34 3418 67.02 63.58 -3.12 -9.9 AGNC Inv Q AGNC 2.16 11.4 7 22.34 17.84 5945 18.88 32092 19.26 18.69 -.03 -6.5 AGNC pfB Q AGNCB 1.94 7.5 26.87 25.28 8 25.96 32 25.96 25.72 +.18 +.5 AGNC pfC Q AGNCN 1.75 6.8 26.79 24.95 15 25.72 71 25.84 25.57 -.11 AH Belo N AHC .32 6.7 5.80 4.35 14 4.75 58 4.80 4.65 +.10 -1.0 AK Steel N AKS 21 7.04 4.00 12703 4.62 76985 4.92 4.31 +.15 -18.4tALJ Reg n Q ALJJ 3.78 1.60 176 1.58 331 1.78 1.51 -.15 -49.8 AMAG Ph Q AMAG 24.93 11.93 437 24.60 1891 24.85 23.45 +.90 +85.7 AMC Ent N AMC .80 5.4 25.58 10.80 927 14.80 5626 15.00 14.35 -.25 -2.0 AMC Net Q AMCX 11 67.44 46.89 674 57.53 2734 59.50 56.68 -1.82 +6.4 AMCON A DIT .72 .8 10 113.60 80.95 86.00 1 95.06 86.00 -12.35 -12.1 AMN Hlth N AMN 22 68.20 34.71 382 56.75 1867 57.30 53.90 +1.95 +15.2 ANGI Hme Q ANGI 15.77 10.24 638 15.27 3194 15.65 14.63 +.16 +46.0 ANI Ph h Q ANIP 26 74.70 42.23 89 62.96 404 64.23 61.13 +.69 -2.3tARC Docu N ARC 13 4.84 1.91 172 1.92 706 2.02 1.89 -.04 -24.7 ARC Grp Q ARCW 4.00 1.80 2 2.35 38 2.40 2.30 +11.9 ARCAbio rs Q ABIO 2.71 .45 285 .56 3326 .67 .50 -.07 -58.7 ARMO Bi n Q ARMO 57.19 25.10 239 49.93 1061 50.04 49.85 +.01 +67.9 ASA Gold N ASA .04e .4 12.99 10.12 30 10.42 218 10.55 10.32 -8.0sASLAN n Q ASLN 9.51 5.08 133 8.51 1170 9.51 6.15 +2.49 +51.7 ASML Hld Q ASML 1.71e .8 41 216.00 126.03 518 202.16 2546 202.24 194.46 +1.06 +16.3tASV Hld n Q ASV 10.80 6.22 6 6.56 90 6.92 5.97 -.16 -35.4 AT&T Inc N T 2.00f 6.2 12 39.80 31.17 23702 32.47 106455 32.64 32.14 -.04 -16.5 AT&T 66 n N TBB 26.72 24.47 145 25.20 1250 25.30 24.96 +.04 -3.4 ATA Inc Q ATAI .41e 8.0 6.62 3.04 1 5.15 11 5.27 5.00 -.11 +11.5 ATN Intl Q ATNI .68 1.2 71.25 49.50 43 54.45 225 54.74 51.90 +1.94 -1.5 A10 Ntwks N ATEN 8.88 5.63 308 6.48 1193 6.54 6.22 +.22 -16.1 AU Optron N AUO .18e 5.35 3.72 607 4.41 2321 4.41 4.21 +.19 +6.0 AV Homes Q AVHI 4 20.50 14.65 633 16.80 957 19.05 16.80 -1.45 +.9 AVX Cp N AVX .46 3.0 20.22 14.51 501 15.37 925 15.63 15.16 -.18 -11.2 AXA EqH n N EQH 22.00 20.39 3026 21.54 14327 21.88 20.51 -.41 +.7 AXT Inc Q AXTI 24 10.75 5.80 264 7.45 1514 7.75 7.15 -.10 -14.4 AZZ Inc N AZZ .68 1.6 20 58.20 39.50 144 43.60 627 43.95 42.40 +.60 -14.7 Aarons N AAN .12 .3 9 49.77 34.29 753 39.91 2094 41.62 39.37 -.95 +.2 Abaxis Q ABAX .72f .9 70 83.98 43.66 254 82.74 1725 83.55 82.50 -.08 +67.1 AbbottLab N ABT 1.12 1.8 28 64.60 45.92 3588 62.41 21601 62.65 60.85 +.04 +9.4 AbbVie N ABBV 3.84f 3.9 18 125.86 66.88 14833 98.05 91448 103.16 97.90 -3.03 +1.4 AbeonaTh Q ABEO 22.75 4.55 944 17.50 3553 18.90 16.25 +.90 +10.4 AberFitc N ANF .80 3.7 29.20 8.81 16022 21.77 26465 25.97 21.33 -3.68 +24.9tAbdAsPac A FAX .42 9.4 5.29 4.42 919 4.49 3037 4.53 4.42 +.06 -8.0 AbdAustEq A IAF .70e 11.4 6.77 5.85 44 6.14 170 6.18 5.96 +.13 -3.6 AbdnChile A CH .58e 6.7 9.64 7.07 95 8.67 1143 8.68 8.44 +.02 -2.9 AbdGlbInc A FCO .84 10.4 9.48 8.04 36 8.07 146 8.19 8.05 -.05 -8.5 AbdJapnEq N JEQ .48e .7 9.89 8.32 6 8.95 44 9.00 8.87 +.02 -.8tAbility rs Q ABIL 16.90 2.16 7 2.40 61 2.55 2.16 -.07 -45.5 Abiomed Q ABMD 403.45 134.80 909 392.25 16760 399.47 375.00 -2.03 +109.3 Ablynx n Q ABLX 55.29 17.75 6 52.37 25 52.80 44.44 -.26 +109.6 Abraxas Q AXAS 37 3.27 1.45 1770 2.62 6851 2.85 2.57 +6.5 AcaciaC n Q ACIA 50.10 24.72 598 32.79 2820 34.18 31.80 -.83 -9.5 AcaciaTc Q ACTG .50 13.0 5.50 2.90 151 3.85 623 3.93 3.80 -.05 -4.9 AcadiaHlt Q ACHC 17 54.34 26.92 848 39.83 4110 41.39 39.76 -1.63 +22.1 AcadiaPh Q ACAD 41.20 14.51 1476 18.34 7356 18.56 17.23 +.65 -39.1 AcadiaRlt N AKR 1.08 4.2 22 30.63 21.34 718 25.56 3247 25.87 24.79 +.43 -6.6 Acasti g rs Q ACST 3.36 .60 53 .69 275 .71 .68 -.02 -26.4 AccelrDiag Q AXDX 30.45 16.75 172 20.40 732 21.20 19.65 +.23 -22.1 Acceleron Q XLRN 46.93 25.15 364 35.87 1163 37.57 35.29 -.57 -15.5 Accenture N ACN 2.66 1.7 28 165.58 119.10 1806 158.89 8916 159.28 152.66 +2.90 +3.8 AccessNt Q ANCX .60 2.1 25 30.99 24.36 36 28.89 217 29.00 28.27 +.47 +3.8 AccoBrds N ACCO .24 1.8 22 13.98 10.35 331 13.00 1501 13.40 12.75 +.16 +6.6 Accuray Q ARAY 6.15 3.60 556 4.50 2058 4.65 4.15 +.10 +4.7 AcelRx Q ACRX 5.75 1.55 309 3.40 2718 3.50 3.25 +.20 +67.9 AcerTh rs Q ACER 22.63 5.70 12 18.17 38 18.49 17.50 -.05 +31.2 AcetoCorp Q ACET .04m 1.5 17.10 2.22 604 2.62 2647 3.02 2.62 -.30 -74.6 Achaogen Q AKAO 25.22 9.83 813 12.12 2910 12.47 11.67 -.05 +12.8tAchvLfS rs Q ACHV 62.70 8.57 56 9.59 104 9.85 8.57 -.38 -28.6 Achillion Q ACHN 5.66 2.58 1534 3.25 4783 3.60 3.24 -.34 +12.8 AclarisTh n Q ACRS 30.08 16.01 198 18.26 880 19.45 17.56 -.82 -26.0 AcmeU A ACU .44 1.9 21 29.10 19.00 1 23.30 20 23.56 21.60 +1.30 -.4 AcordaTh Q ACOR 29.60 13.60 360 25.90 3504 26.65 24.05 +1.70 +20.7sAcornInt rs N ATV 38.86 9.33 18 34.78 198 38.86 28.85 +6.19 +97.2 ActiniumP A ATNM 1.50 .33 2376 .40 3726 .42 .36 +.03 -39.8 Act TxR n N TAXR 22.50 19.42 7 21.41 43 21.64 21.28 -.19 +.1 ActivsBliz Q ATVI .34f .5 47 79.63 55.41 6366 73.03 22529 73.21 69.87 +1.57 +15.3 Actuant N ATU .04 .2 74 27.95 21.50 485 23.55 1859 24.90 23.35 -1.25 -6.9 Acuity N AYI .52 .4 13 208.83 109.98 638 118.59 3136 122.02 117.93 -1.01 -32.6 Acushnet n N GOLF 24.70 15.16 172 24.57 745 24.59 23.59 +.45 +16.6 Acxiom Q ACXM 57 32.93 18.60 473 29.28 1821 29.82 27.07 +.70 +6.2 AdamasPh Q ADMS 44.00 13.50 499 28.45 2137 29.44 27.45 -.90 -16.1 AdamisPh Q ADMP 6.45 2.35 468 4.15 1350 4.45 4.10 -.20 -5.7 AdaDvsEq N ADX 1.32e 1.3 16.11 14.18 487 15.41 985 15.45 15.04 +.15 +2.5 AdamsNR N PEO 1.32e 1.0 21.48 16.90 118 20.19 370 20.33 19.53 +.39 +1.8 AdmRsc A AE .88 2.0 50.59 32.80 6 45.03 33 47.72 44.17 -3.50 +3.5 Adaptim n Q ADAP 14.63 4.28 343 13.44 1201 13.66 12.90 +.13 +101.2sAddusHmC Q ADUS 48 58.30 30.95 57 58.25 309 58.80 55.65 +2.00 +67.4 ADDvtgTch Q AEY 2.33 1.21 7 1.34 66 1.37 1.30 +.02 -8.8 Adecaogro N AGRO 11.15 7.20 319 8.15 4131 8.22 7.77 +.01 -21.2 AdestoTc n Q IOTS 9.95 4.00 116 9.30 683 9.45 8.80 +.25 +44.2tAdient n N ADNT 1.10 2.0 86.42 52.52 435 53.82 1910 54.50 52.52 -.19 -31.6 AdmaBio Q ADMA 5.70 2.01 53 5.39 456 5.49 4.76 +.10 +67.9sAdobeSy Q ADBE 74 251.52 131.20 2767 251.31 11607 251.83 240.38 +7.75 +43.4 Adomani n Q ADOM 18.31 .50 781 1.47 8416 1.75 1.38 -.17 -66.6 AdtalemGl N ATGE .36 .7 19 50.15 30.15 239 48.20 1215 48.35 46.80 +1.20 +14.6tAdtran Q ADTN .36 2.5 39 25.10 13.95 680 14.15 1920 15.05 13.95 -.90 -26.9 AduroBio n Q ADRO 14.05 5.83 392 8.45 1892 9.00 8.00 +.30 +12.7 AdvAuto N AAP .24 .2 23 137.00 78.81 993 128.34 5021 129.67 123.06 +3.43 +28.7 AdvDisp n N ADSW 25.71 21.50 260 23.43 1260 23.70 23.23 -.16 -2.1sAdvDrainS N WMS .32f 1.1 25 31.00 17.90 543 29.20 3631 31.00 24.01 +3.80 +22.4 AdvEmis n Q ADES 1.00 9.0 3 12.20 7.00 113 11.07 423 11.47 11.01 +.06 +14.6 AdvEnId Q AEIS 18 95.00 57.35 181 66.53 1212 67.95 63.44 +.54 -1.4 AMD Q AMD 15.65 9.04 71428 14.40 218988 14.40 13.26 +.86 +40.1 Advansx n N ASIX 46.51 28.60 157 37.36 813 38.33 36.51 -.59 -11.2 AdvOil&Gs N AAV 5 7.35 2.70 256 3.05 800 3.10 2.82 +.10 -29.1 Advaxis Q ADXS 8.82 1.51 460 1.80 1662 1.90 1.78 -36.6 AdvClayCv N AVK 1.13 7.3 16.80 14.62 72 15.53 212 15.53 15.29 +.08 -2.2 AdvCCvII N AGC .56 9.8 6.49 5.40 164 5.70 444 5.70 5.64 +.01 -4.8 AdvClEnh N LCM .84 10.7 8.87 7.73 71 7.82 282 7.88 7.75 +.01 -6.2 AdverumBi Q ADVM 8.59 2.40 328 6.35 1955 6.45 5.90 +.20 +81.4 AdSDorWr N AADR .32e .6 64.00 45.81 43 58.01 106 58.18 56.83 -.27 -1.4 AdvPerHY N HYLD 3.54e 9.6 37.20 35.62 44 36.96 148 36.96 36.53 +.16 +2.2 AdvS Vice n Q ACT 29.50 24.23 3 25.34 17 25.69 25.02 +.06 -3.3 AdSNewT n N FNG 24.13 19.60 27 21.78 72 21.80 21.12 +.46 +1.4 AdvS Kor n N KOR 32.69 26.11 1 30.46 1 30.46 30.17 -.12 -1.7sAdvSmCap N SCAP 38.81 30.53 37.26 1 38.81 37.26 -.05 +6.5 AdvPacFlt N FLRT 1.56e 50.07 48.78 49.22 1 49.27 49.10 +.28 -.2sAdvSSage N HOLD .41e .4 101.80 99.03 3 99.24 3 103.68 99.22 -.09 AdvNfltMS N MINC 1.34e 2.8 48.92 47.80 13 47.95 46 48.00 47.87 +.04 -.9 AdvSStarG N VEGA 31.97 28.75 1 31.23 23 31.26 30.84 +.06 +1.3 AdvTrTabs N TTFS .47e .7 75.63 64.11 3 68.50 8 68.64 67.42 -.22 -4.1 AdMadGBd N FWDB .73e 2.9 27.29 24.20 0 25.53 8 25.59 25.06 -.07 -1.3 AdMadIntl N FWDI .37e 1.2 33.10 26.66 30.88 6 31.16 30.65 -.45 -.6 AdMadDm N FWDD .18e .3 57.19 47.83 53.42 6 53.89 53.03 -.43 -.1 AdvActBear N HDGE 8.91 7.43 120 8.10 621 8.16 8.02 +.05 +3.3 Aecom N ACM 11 39.90 30.15 650 33.15 3367 33.63 32.20 +.69 -10.8 AegeanMP N ANW .08 2.6 8 6.33 1.75 266 3.05 1174 3.20 2.95 -.05 -29.1 Aegion Q AEGN 23 28.19 19.11 113 26.09 473 26.43 25.61 +.16 +2.6sAegleaBio n Q AGLE 11.35 2.81 1079 9.99 1562 12.00 9.84 -.63 +84.7 Aegon N AEG .25e 4.0 7.48 4.81 1189 6.31 6613 6.39 6.10 -.21 +.2 Aegon cap N AEH 1.59 6.1 26.32 25.40 82 25.90 203 26.11 25.63 +.22 +.3 Aegon 6.5 N AED 1.63 6.3 26.47 24.55 35 25.94 128 26.13 25.63 +.23 Aegon flt N AEB .77 3.1 25.35 23.55 14 24.65 78 24.71 24.21 +.21 +1.9 AehrTest h Q AEHR 4.82 2.12 132 2.72 541 2.72 2.43 +.27 +.4 Aemetis Q AMTX 3.12 .45 29 1.58 95 1.66 1.55 -.06 +187.3 AerCap N AER 9 56.26 44.50 1014 55.11 3886 55.90 54.56 -.15 +4.8 AeriePhm Q AERI 66.60 47.05 559 54.50 1403 56.15 49.10 +4.85 -8.8 Aerocntry A ACY 3 17.34 10.10 1 15.45 2 15.75 14.80 -.10 +1.4 AerohiveN N HIVE 6.50 3.02 173 3.96 973 4.29 3.95 -.26 -32.1 AerojetR N AJRD 36.25 20.17 589 29.15 2081 29.80 28.65 +.14 -6.6 AeroViron Q AVAV 66 62.20 30.05 249 58.50 820 59.29 56.96 +.56 +4.2 AEtern g rs Q AEZS 3.29 .89 215 2.37 3197 2.65 2.10 +.21 +.4 Aethlon rs Q AEMD 3.85 .79 27 1.25 162 1.28 1.20 +.04 +10.6 Aetna N AET 2.00 1.1 17 194.40 145.34 1674 176.60 7400 178.17 175.10 -1.94 -2.1 AeviGeno Q GNMX 2.65 .98 164 1.55 768 1.72 1.50 -.10 +29.2tAffilMgrs N AMG 1.20 .7 13 216.99 155.69 272 161.23 1788 162.58 155.69 -2.10 -21.4 AffimedNV Q AFMD 2.85 1.15 379 2.13 1261 2.30 2.10 -.08 +63.5 Agenus Q AGEN 6.19 3.06 800 3.36 4296 3.53 3.31 -.13 +3.1tAgileThera Q AGRX 5.60 .53 514 .56 2732 .60 .53 -.03 -79.1 Agilent N A .60 .9 74 75.00 57.92 2200 62.78 11110 63.23 61.30 -.37 -6.3sAgilysys Q AGYS 14.43 9.32 77 14.22 387 14.43 13.88 +.34 +15.8sAgiosPhm Q AGIO 94.90 45.96 517 96.86 2181 97.59 87.75 +7.50 +69.4 Agnico g N AEM .44 42 51.86 37.35 1298 44.72 5015 45.80 43.91 +.91 -3.2sAgreeRlt N ADC 2.16f 4.1 24 53.77 43.74 200 52.33 1017 53.77 51.80 +.32 +1.7 AgroFresh Q AGFS 16 9.05 4.94 180 7.09 603 7.14 6.85 +.03 -4.2 AileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 4.90 32 5.44 85 5.59 5.00 +.26 -48.4 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 15.97 425 32.64 1397 33.53 31.53 -.01 -13.7 Air Inds A AIRI .60 35.3 2.78 1.15 106 1.70 218 1.74 1.59 +.11 +.6 AirLease N AL .40 .9 6 50.70 35.75 438 44.93 1811 45.36 43.77 +.33 -6.6 AirProd N APD 4.40 2.7 24 175.17 140.78 579 163.54 3617 164.21 160.92 -1.46 -.3 AirT Inc Q AIRT 34.83 14.40 2 31.91 10 32.60 29.53 -.70 +29.2 AirTrnsp Q ATSG 27.67 19.17 372 21.41 1787 22.00 20.83 +.24 -7.5 AirMedia Q AMCN 2.87 .61 188 .75 553 .80 .68 +.03 -34.8 Aircastle N AYR 1.12 5.3 9 25.30 18.97 264 21.22 2587 21.95 21.14 -9.3 Airgain n Q AIRG 33 15.54 7.31 60 8.35 282 8.39 7.96 +.17 -7.1 AkamaiT Q AKAM 69 78.28 44.65 2816 76.00 10482 77.19 75.00 -.51 +16.9 AkariTh rs Q AKTX 11.95 1.70 39 1.93 107 1.96 1.80 +.05 -55.4 AkceaTh n Q AKCA 33.99 8.10 252 23.42 1085 25.33 22.45 +.13 +34.9 AkebiaTher Q AKBA 20.25 8.93 532 9.55 1567 10.37 9.40 -.75 -35.8 AkersBios Q AKER 1.82 .12 7762 .45 62287 .49 .31 -.14 +235.8 Akorn Inc Q AKRX 39 33.95 10.76 2468 13.79 7925 14.46 13.51 -.28 -57.2 Akoustis n Q AKTS 10.80 4.86 37 6.67 184 6.79 6.41 +.04 +7.1 AlaPw pf Q N ALPpQ 1.25 4.9 27.05 24.49 13 25.51 66 25.51 25.10 +.39 -4.0 AlamoGp N ALG .44f .5 25 120.58 85.40 92 94.57 333 96.10 92.12 -1.48 -16.2 AlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.83 1560 5.54 5818 5.61 5.28 +.09 -14.9 Alarm.cm n Q ALRM 46 49.49 31.68 514 45.16 1850 45.39 42.73 +2.07 +19.6 AlaskaAir N ALK 1.28f 2.1 8 95.75 57.53 1619 60.86 7779 61.65 59.31 -1.01 -17.2 AlaskCom Q ALSK 56 2.91 1.39 98 1.67 329 1.71 1.62 -.06 -37.7 AlbnyIn N AIN .68 1.1 53 68.85 49.10 108 61.75 540 62.13 60.80 +.5 Albemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 20 144.99 86.75 1243 94.26 5586 95.08 92.61 -.56 -26.3 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 15.31 145 30.75 273 32.90 30.73 -1.86 +20.1 Alcentra Q ABDC .72 10.5 13.76 5.90 35 6.83 279 6.92 6.49 +.20 -18.6 Alcoa Cp N AA 44 62.35 29.55 2442 47.64 11099 50.43 46.82 -.29 -11.6 AlderBioPh Q ALDR 20.00 8.60 1756 18.30 5906 18.35 15.45 +2.75 +59.8 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.90 95 8.10 278 8.60 8.05 -.55 +19.1 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.3 29 30.35 20.83 398 21.31 1511 22.08 21.14 -.07 -23.2 Alexanders N ALX 18.00 4.6 437.35 332.98 7 388.00 33 390.10 383.49 +2.59 -2.0 AlexREE N ARE 3.60 2.9 31 134.37 114.00 905 125.58 4485 126.21 122.68 +2.08 -3.8 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 4.9 37.59 33.99 35.63 1 35.63 35.10 +.53 -3.7 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.10 131 1.39 1224 1.39 1.31 +.02 -12.6 Alexion lf Q ALXN 45 149.34 96.84 1428 119.01 6006 119.45 114.36 +1.27 -.5 AlgonPw n N AQN .51f 11.34 9.53 120 9.79 578 9.94 9.66 -.11 -12.3 Alibaba N BABA 61 206.20 123.87 23098 204.34 78639 204.99 196.85 +5.14 +18.5 Alico Q ALCO .24 .8 34.80 25.55 4 31.50 29 31.94 29.85 +.85 +6.8sAlignTech Q ALGN 338.50 139.00 1075 333.09 4551 338.50 317.86 +14.55 +49.9 AlimeraSci Q ALIM 1.65 .74 81 .78 377 .85 .77 -41.4tAlio Gld rs A ALO 6.06 1.65 80 1.68 708 1.78 1.64 -.05 -54.2 Alkermes Q ALKS 71.22 41.15 402 47.59 3000 48.27 45.27 +1.82 -13.0 AllegCp N Y 639.42 521.07 131 571.92 720 577.71 558.50 -3.48 -4.1 AllegTch N ATI 30.25 15.79 3551 28.76 9236 29.84 26.75 +1.41 +19.1sAllgnceBc n Q ABTX 30 44.50 31.75 31 43.55 164 44.50 42.55 +.65 +15.7 AllegiantT Q ALGT 2.80 1.9 12 181.45 111.54 143 151.10 643 156.15 150.10 -4.75 -2.4 Allegion N ALLE .84 1.1 89.81 73.85 726 77.89 3183 79.71 76.42 -.90 -2.1 AllenaPh n Q ALNA 17.56 6.13 52 14.92 297 15.65 14.12 -.75 +48.3 Allergan N AGN 2.88 1.9 10 256.80 142.81 2296 155.00 11628 155.34 147.03 +1.00 -5.2 Allete N ALE 2.24 2.9 23 81.24 66.64 175 76.12 992 78.12 75.53 +.12 +2.4 AlliCAMun N AKP .70 5.4 14.02 12.49 24 12.99 182 13.12 12.89 +.10 -4.4 AlliData N ADS 2.28 1.1 13 278.33 192.02 544 209.90 2012 213.75 208.87 -3.23 -17.2 AlliHold Q AHGP 2.99f 10.5 7 31.79 22.56 28.37 367 28.62 27.43 +.30 +5.9 All MMA n Q AMMA 3.07 .31 427 .36 2307 .52 .33 -.12 -69.2 AlliBNtlMu N AFB .75 5.9 14.22 12.32 55 12.70 425 12.71 12.58 +.07 -5.2 AlliOne rs N AOI 30.70 9.85 154 21.05 540 21.75 19.50 +1.15 +58.9 AllnceRes Q ARLP 2.06f 10.6 5 22.90 15.55 459 19.50 1433 19.70 18.70 +.45 -1.0 AlliBGlbHi N AWF .84 7.2 13.12 11.60 288 11.67 754 11.71 11.63 +.04 -8.5sAlliBern N AB 2.57e 9.0 13 28.60 22.50 320 28.55 1173 28.85 27.79 +.15 +14.0 AlliantEg s N LNT 1.34f 3.3 20 45.52 36.84 1415 40.63 8730 41.81 40.47 -.16 -4.6 AlliGlCvInc N NCV .78 11.3 7.28 6.41 253 6.93 870 6.96 6.81 +.05 -1.4 AlliGblCv2 N NCZ .69 11.4 6.49 5.70 224 6.05 757 6.05 5.96 +.07 -2.6 AlliNFJDv N NFJ 1.20 9.2 13.81 12.29 321 12.98 941 13.08 12.81 -.03 -.5 AlliGlEqCv N NIE 1.52 6.9 22.60 19.03 95 21.94 452 21.99 21.63 +.03 +3.8 Allz24Tgt n N CBH 10.05 8.75 21 9.35 124 9.46 9.25 +.05 +2.7 AllnzgDI&Cv N ACV 2.00 8.5 23.82 20.03 27 23.44 908 23.61 22.72 +.11 +7.3 AlldCap47 N AFC 1.72 6.7 26.24 25.14 3 25.73 25 25.79 25.66 +.02 +1.0 AldHlPrd rs Q AHPI 5.25 1.72 21 2.49 52 2.63 2.42 +.07 +19.1sAlliedMot Q AMOT .12f .2 48 49.57 22.78 122 49.38 339 50.23 47.16 +1.75 +49.2 Alliqua rs Q ALQA 4.60 1.58 6 2.09 32 2.10 1.88 +.03 +15.5 AllisonTrn N ALSN .60 1.4 15 45.69 32.93 1431 41.86 5421 42.96 40.98 -1.00 -2.8 AllotComm Q ALLT 6.09 4.74 5 5.39 70 5.49 5.25 +.04 +1.1 AllscriptH Q MDRX 16.13 10.78 2687 12.75 7416 12.98 12.57 +.05 -12.4 Allstate N ALL 1.84 2.0 14 105.36 85.57 1713 93.86 8359 95.16 93.21 -1.13 -10.4 Allstat pfA N ALLpA 1.41 5.6 26.43 24.63 7 25.40 28 25.44 25.21 +.15 -.8 Allstate 53 N ALLpB 1.28 4.9 28.29 25.10 30 26.20 128 26.20 25.94 +.15 -.2 Allstat pfC N ALLpC 1.69 6.5 27.74 25.48 27 25.99 94 26.00 25.79 +.16 -.1 Allstat pfD N ALLpD 1.66 6.4 27.98 25.60 7 26.14 23 26.14 26.00 +.14 -.9 Allstat pfE N ALLpE 1.66 6.3 27.70 25.70 58 26.41 296 26.43 26.06 +.29 +.6 Allstat pfF N ALLpF 1.56 5.9 27.83 25.02 12 26.60 33 26.66 26.11 +.43 AllyFincl N ALLY .52 2.0 11 31.29 18.66 3924 26.03 20076 26.63 25.28 -.86 -10.7 AlmadM n A AAU 1.53 .70 196 .72 431 .74 .70 -.01 -30.6 AlnylamP Q ALNY 153.99 62.96 944 100.65 3100 102.10 98.30 +.67 -20.8 AlphaOmg Q AOSL 21 20.40 12.92 109 15.72 423 16.28 15.48 -.15 -3.9 AlpUSQVal N QVAL 1.35e 4.4 33.51 24.74 53 30.80 304 31.22 30.41 +.04 +.3 AlpValuIntl N IVAL 1.35e 4.2 35.03 29.78 18 32.12 40 32.18 31.48 +.01 -2.8 AlpMoIntQ N IMOM 33.00 25.69 14 30.79 26 30.88 30.32 +.17 +1.4sAlpMoUSQ N QMOM 31.80 24.73 14 31.88 39 31.88 31.18 +.34 +11.5 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 24.95 78 29.64 250 29.77 29.27 +.08 +2.3 AlphaPro A APT 18 4.25 2.75 44 3.50 208 3.64 3.40 -.05 -12.5 Alphabet C Q GOOG 29 1186.89 894.79 2416 1119.50 9608 1120.00 1055.22 +43.84 +7.0 Alphabet A Q GOOGL 34 1198.00 915.31 3153 1135.00 10947 1138.16 1063.08 +50.92 +7.7 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.58 127 3.98 237 4.01 3.76 +.05 +49.6 AlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 2.15 38 8.94 72 9.55 8.94 -.33 -20.2 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 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31 22.07 21.08 +.54 -5.3 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.3 30.26 26.05 50 27.97 157 28.00 27.31 -.04 -2.4 AlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .6 44.22 36.66 5 43.43 20 43.61 42.70 +.26 +4.4 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.33 33 24.44 87 24.51 24.38 +.01 -2.8 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.1 49.27 41.57 82 44.70 326 44.86 43.90 +.14 -2.4 AlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 13.0 12.13 9.01 11727 10.40 46500 10.44 10.05 +.28 -3.6tAltaMesa n Q AMR 10.79 6.66 573 6.67 4986 7.10 6.60 -.34 -32.7 Altaba Q AABA 80.56 49.97 4518 78.98 14337 80.00 76.45 +1.55 +13.1 Altair A n Q ALTR 37.19 16.55 255 35.78 682 36.26 34.90 +.47 +49.6 Alteryx n N AYX 39.21 17.77 882 35.13 2708 35.30 32.06 +2.64 +39.0 Altice n N ATUS 35.29 16.25 4458 20.08 16830 20.21 18.75 +1.60 -5.4 Altimm rs Q ALT 4.46 .41 1420 .59 4970 .68 .46 +.09 -70.5 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 55.00 2 67.55 4 69.70 63.16 +1.55 -17.2 Altisrce n Q ASPS 2 31.49 19.28 154 30.22 650 30.25 27.05 +2.55 +7.9 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.6 24 53.70 38.80 380 41.70 681 42.60 41.10 -.85 -17.3 Altria N MO 2.80f 5.0 18 77.79 53.91 4674 55.72 31692 56.70 55.09 +.09 -22.0 AlumChina N ACH 23.54 11.26 40 13.08 199 13.18 12.66 +.10 -27.0 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.5 13 16.37 8.80 873 13.37 5899 13.61 13.19 -.27 +32.8 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 8.9 25.28 13.96 6 18.93 37 19.90 18.87 -.44 -8.1 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 9.3 25.23 12.92 2 19.48 30 20.35 19.24 -.42 -10.9 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 9.6 25.57 14.91 8 19.84 38 20.58 19.24 -.33 -11.8 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq OfficeDpt 86,577,300 2.47 +.11 MicronT 74,548,900 58.74 +1.15 AMD 71,428,400 14.40 +.67 PwShs QQQ 45,443,000 172.74 +2.67 CSVixSh rs 39,507,300 5.05 -.44 Intel 31,140,200 57.08 +1.88 Microsoft 28,140,900 100.79 +1.95 Apple Inc 23,319,600 190.24 +3.37 VikingTh n 22,686,000 9.75 -.24 IQIYI n 21,642,500 28.46 +3.16 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2756.10 +4.30TransEntx 10,288,400 3.75 +.20 iShIndia bt 4,453,000 33.81 +.16 NthnO&G 3,492,200 2.70 -.01 CheniereEn 3,257,100 66.00 -.62 SRC Eng 3,240,600 13.29 +.35 NwGold g 2,695,900 2.27 -.02 B2gold g 2,442,200 2.72 -.01 GranTrra g 2,065,900 3.27 22ndCentry 1,905,400 2.23 +.11 PalatinTch 1,703,200 1.19 +.08 BioPhrmX 42,204,400 .27 +.04 TransEntx 39,791,600 3.75 +.62 Globalstar 27,195,400 .55 +.01 iShIndia bt 26,684,300 33.81 +.37 CheniereEn 15,801,200 66.00 +3.84 MicronT 340,062,400 58.74 -2.61 AMD 218,987,900 14.40 +.86 CSVixSh rs 208,001,500 5.05 +.23 Neovasc g 185,913,500 .03 -.01 PwShs QQQ 152,757,400 172.74 +3.02 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12620.83 +93.69 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE Petrobras 180,953,600 10.13 -1.73 S&P500ETF 70,952,400 273.60 +2.66 iShEMkts 66,761,200 46.33 +.64 BkofAm 64,657,600 29.40 +.36 SPDR Fncl 62,646,100 27.48 +.30 GenElec 56,846,000 14.10 +.02 iShBrazil 50,281,500 35.81 +.19 PetrbrsA 47,295,300 8.56 -1.64 SnapInc A n 46,764,100 11.63 +.24 ChesEng 42,422,600 4.53 +.06 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg BkofAm 381,880,700 29.40 -.64 S&P500ETF 349,868,000 273.60 +1.45 iShEMkts 343,727,800 46.33 -.10 SPDR Fncl 321,624,600 27.48 -.37 Petrobras 304,203,500 10.13 -2.48 DHI Grp 3.10 +67.6 JJill n 8.07 +38.2 VinceHlg rs 11.35 +24.0 LejuHldgs 1.42 +23.5 Zuora n 26.40 +23.4 Movado 50.10 +22.9 GreenTrH n 20.83 +22.3 AcornInt rs 34.78 +21.6 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg DDR Corp rs 15.22 -48.4 PetrbrsA 8.56 -20.9 RoadrnTrn 1.75 -20.5 DaqoNEn 52.72 -19.8 Petrobras 10.13 -19.7 Guess 19.93 -19.2 Chicos 8.42 -17.1 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg OncoCyte n 3.30 +37.5 TransEntx 3.75 +19.8 RafaelHl n 9.92 +16.8 BlonderT 1.36 +15.3 Skyline 33.39 +13.5 VirnetX 3.45 +13.1 BovieMed 4.19 +10.8 SRC Eng 13.29 +9.5 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg OrchidsPP 3.62 -20.8 NuverEnv n 13.10 -18.1 AMCON 86.00 -12.6 MexcoEn 5.07 -11.1 GeeGroup 2.54 -10.9 Innsuites 1.83 -10.3 RegHlt pfA 2.25 -10.0 CoDiagn n 4.79 +195.7 MadrigP rs 274.42 +138.9 VikingTh n 9.75 +79.9 UrbanOne 2.90 +65.7 Axovant n 1.92 +59.3 SesenBio 2.52 +44.8 ASLAN n 8.51 +41.4 SprtnNash 25.96 +34.9 scPhrma n 8.92 -36.2 SearsHldgs 2.28 -34.7 ClearsBio n 9.75 -26.9 GolLNGPt 15.14 -24.1 Organovo 1.45 -23.3 ContraV rs 1.55 -23.1 GolLNGLtd 26.07 -21.67554.33 +112.21How 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 Chgpp p 2,006 848 106 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,960 114 43 Advanced Declined Unchanged 182 111 30 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 323 7 5 Advanced Declined Unchanged 2,009 812 198 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,019 197 40 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,819 1,121 64 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,004 238 152 Advanced Declined Unchanged 185 139 14 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 338 15 15 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,811 1,153 106 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,070 355 122 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, June 2, 2018

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AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.19 13.93 13 19.31 147 19.77 18.93 +.22 -5.9 AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 26.09 14.80 6 21.85 39 22.85 21.43 -.37 -4.7 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.79 23.30 4 24.64 38 25.41 23.73 +.58 -4.8 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.5 26.36 21.41 7 24.00 50 24.39 23.82 +.37 -4.0 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 9.3 25.46 14.42 11 20.06 45 20.85 19.53 -.25 -9.6 Amarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.66 1807 3.36 8141 3.48 3.09 +.29 -16.2sAmazon Q AMZN 1638.10 927.00 3300 1641.54 13709 1646.73 1600.15 +31.39 +40.4 AmbacFin Q AMBC 9 22.02 13.17 3558 20.23 4849 20.41 18.36 +1.60 +26.6 Ambarella Q AMBA 25 66.23 40.06 902 49.15 3558 51.34 48.58 -1.15 -16.3 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 60 9.15 198 9.50 9.00 -.20 +24.7tAmbev N ABEV .05e .9 9 7.43 5.16 23776 5.27 93471 5.35 5.16 -.18 -18.4 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00 1.5 19 71.72 61.00 424 68.13 3367 68.76 66.44 +1.25 +4.0 Amedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 1.02 188 1.12 634 1.17 1.08 -65.7sAmedisys Q AMED 44 77.65 45.60 175 76.63 876 77.92 73.97 +2.03 +45.4tAMERCO Q UHAL 2.50e 18 400.99 317.43 232 342.00 858 359.10 317.43 -13.90 -9.5 Ameren N AEE 1.83 3.1 20 64.89 51.89 2215 58.11 7425 59.79 58.06 -.76 -1.5 Ameresco N AMRC 20 13.20 5.25 106 12.00 498 12.35 11.35 +.60 +39.5 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 .70 180 .88 292 .93 .75 +.03 -71.7 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 7.8 22 6.50 5.75 18 6.38 169 6.45 6.25 +.08 +5.4tAMovilL N AMX .17e 1.1 12 19.91 15.23 2300 15.79 13150 16.11 15.23 -.39 -7.9tAmMovl A N AMOV 19.87 15.22 2 15.64 10 15.97 15.22 -.54 -8.0 AmCarM Q CRMT 13 66.20 33.05 56 62.90 216 65.90 61.90 -1.75 +40.9 AmAirlines Q AAL .40 .9 7 59.08 40.65 5471 44.00 24172 45.15 42.66 -.91 -15.4 AmAssets N AAT 1.08f 3.0 23 41.69 30.62 439 36.46 1365 36.91 35.22 +.99 -4.7 AmAxle N AXL 4 20.27 13.38 1224 15.75 6170 16.25 15.48 -.61 -7.5 AmCampus N ACC 1.84f 4.5 40 49.26 34.52 1770 41.00 5092 41.32 38.08 +2.70 -.1 ACapSenF Q ACSF 1.16 9.4 6 13.40 10.35 109 12.30 303 12.35 12.25 +16.9sAEagleOut N AEO .55f 2.4 17 23.50 10.23 4516 22.56 25932 23.50 22.13 -.41 +20.0 AEP N AEP 2.48 3.7 17 78.07 63.32 2790 66.68 13747 68.43 66.43 -.54 -9.4 AmElTech Q AETI 2.25 .62 23 .74 184 .85 .71 -.07 -50.7sAEqInvLf N AEL .24f .7 21 36.08 23.02 545 35.87 3390 36.14 34.33 +.51 +16.7 AmExp N AXP 1.40 1.4 15 103.24 78.29 2710 98.25 14302 99.84 96.98 -2.85 -1.1 AFnclGrp N AFG 1.40 1.3 19 121.69 95.19 212 110.39 1885 112.28 108.82 -.54 +1.7 AFnclGp 54 N AFGE 1.56 6.0 27.53 25.20 7 25.94 66 26.05 25.80 +.01 -1.1 AFnclGp 55 N AFGH 1.50 5.9 28.40 25.00 16 25.53 66 25.57 25.39 +.13 -2.6 AHm4Rent N AMH .20 1.0 23.23 18.39 2262 20.17 8607 20.17 19.41 +.55 -7.6 AHm4Rn pfD N AMHpD 1.63 6.4 27.73 24.61 4 25.29 29 25.41 25.01 +.20 -7.6 AHm4R pfE N AMHpE 1.59 6.3 27.53 24.53 7 25.09 33 25.15 24.61 +.20 -6.3 AH4Rn pfG N AMHpG 1.47 6.2 26.38 22.27 12 23.57 32 23.59 22.64 +.48 -6.4 AHm4R pfF N AMHpF 26.27 22.43 6 24.11 30 24.83 23.06 +.42 -5.7 AmIntlGrp N AIG 1.28 2.4 67.30 49.57 4449 53.29 21662 53.63 51.53 -.01 -10.6 AmLorain A ALN .52 .14 68 .17 255 .18 .14 -.01 -3.4 AMidstrm N AMID 1.65 15.6 15.25 9.42 249 10.60 1268 10.80 9.70 +.55 -20.6 AmerNtl Q AMNB 1.00 2.5 18 43.00 34.60 7 39.80 45 40.85 39.25 +3.9 AmNatIns Q ANAT 3.28 2.7 22 134.03 110.43 63 120.30 326 121.97 116.61 +1.61 -6.2 AmOutBr Q AOBC 8 24.49 8.32 1057 12.46 4542 13.03 12.36 -.07 -3.0 AmPubEd Q APEI 36 45.75 17.40 124 43.60 525 44.03 41.45 +2.10 +74.1 AmRailcar Q ARII 1.60 3.9 6 42.52 34.29 49 41.55 232 41.59 40.01 +.92 -.2 AmrRlty N ARL 21.57 8.00 10 14.53 14 14.71 13.53 +.96 +13.1 AmRenAs n N ARA 24.07 9.91 118 14.26 369 14.94 14.13 -.54 -18.0 AmrRvr Q AMRB .20 1.3 30 16.49 12.21 1 15.72 9 16.00 15.50 -.22 +3.1 AmShrd A AMS 13 4.25 2.25 12 2.80 31 2.85 2.71 +.04 +7.8 ASoft lf Q AMSWA .44 3.3 25 13.79 9.00 126 13.20 368 13.75 12.91 -.42 +13.5 AmStsWtr N AWR 1.02 1.8 31 60.00 46.62 180 56.36 740 57.99 55.43 +.67 -2.7 AmSupr rs Q AMSC 7.15 2.89 106 6.72 593 7.14 6.13 +.27 +85.1 AmTower N AMT 3.08f 2.2 40 155.28 125.24 1624 138.52 11263 138.81 134.87 +2.19 -2.9 AVangrd N AVD .08 .4 41 24.00 17.00 119 22.05 380 22.25 21.25 +.65 +12.2 AmWtrWks N AWK 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+.14 -7.3 Ampco N AP 18.60 8.49 43 10.35 155 11.10 9.60 +.55 -16.5 Amphastar Q AMPH 20.45 14.40 194 16.12 2240 16.40 15.65 +.12 -16.2 Amphenol N APH .92f 1.0 36 93.62 72.35 1049 88.37 5653 88.52 86.26 +1.10 +.6 AmpioPhm A AMPE 4.95 .38 419 1.91 4067 2.06 1.58 -.14 -53.1 AmpOnRt ef Q IBUY 47.99 32.87 53 47.75 811 47.86 46.35 +.95 +16.8 AmpSrLn n N YESR 28.57 23.85 1 24.66 5 24.68 24.40 -.09 +1.1 AmpDivOpt N DIVO 30.56 25.82 1 28.58 2 28.78 28.25 +.18 -1.4 Ampliph rs A APHB 2.05 .67 52 1.18 396 1.21 1.14 -.03 +16.8 Amrep N AXR 9 7.71 6.20 3 7.08 15 7.11 6.89 -.08 +.9 AmtechSys Q ASYS 15.45 6.76 278 9.92 2117 10.67 8.80 +.99 -1.5 Amyris rs Q AMRS 7.30 1.86 440 5.11 1947 5.30 5.00 +.08 +36.3 Anadarko N APC 1.00 1.4 83 72.70 39.96 4390 71.05 19176 71.57 66.64 +3.46 +32.5 Anadrk 18 N AEUA 3.75 11.0 44.93 28.60 10 33.97 283 34.02 31.31 +2.35 -2.0sAnalogDev Q ADI 1.92 2.0 35 98.39 76.07 2300 98.40 14771 98.43 93.00 +2.95 +10.5 Anlogic Q ALOG .40 .5 101.80 66.00 221 83.70 843 84.00 83.60 +.10 -.1 Anaptys n Q ANAB 134.00 18.15 298 76.58 1232 79.24 74.96 -1.32 -24.0 Anavex rs Q AVXL 6.27 1.85 351 2.87 1168 2.98 2.53 +.15 -10.9sAnchBcWA Q ANCB 18 25.55 23.70 2 25.60 9 25.60 25.45 +.10 +3.2sAndeavor N ANDV 2.36 1.6 43 150.44 84.20 1378 149.68 7207 150.44 141.02 +9.08 +30.9 AndeavLog N ANDX 4.42f 10.1 22 55.21 40.66 802 43.79 2854 43.82 42.41 +.97 -5.2 Andersons Q ANDE .66 2.0 38.05 29.60 175 33.55 691 33.60 32.10 +.70 +7.7 Anf DvAlt n N DALT 10.57 9.62 0 10.15 20 10.15 9.98 +.09 -.1sAngioDyn Q ANGO 21.19 14.97 183 21.09 668 21.28 20.43 +.47 +26.8 AnglogldA N AU 12.40 8.02 2859 8.70 10652 8.75 8.37 +.25 -14.6tABInBev N BUD 3.19e 3.4 23 126.50 91.70 2049 93.42 9352 94.69 91.70 -1.30 -16.3 AnikaTh Q ANIK 19 69.81 30.91 189 41.24 676 41.49 39.39 +.93 -23.5 Anixter N AXE 14 88.85 56.25 195 62.20 711 62.75 60.30 +1.10 -18.2 Annaly N NLY 1.20 11.5 12 12.73 9.95 8005 10.44 43505 10.70 10.40 -.02 -12.2 Annaly pfC N NLYpC 1.91 7.5 26.34 25.00 18 25.41 74 25.79 25.22 +.26 -.3 Annaly pfD N NLYpD 1.88 7.4 26.27 24.06 20 25.24 119 25.55 25.11 +.28 -.5 Annaly pfG N NLYpG 1.63 6.9 24.83 23.35 62 23.76 450 24.04 23.64 +.28 -4.1 Annaly pfF N NLYpF 26.59 24.54 45 25.18 289 25.54 25.01 -.31 -2.5 Ansys Q ANSS 51 173.20 119.20 475 165.80 2263 166.19 158.87 +3.48 +12.3 AntaresP Q ATRS 4.09 1.58 780 2.69 3588 2.75 2.40 +.26 +35.2 Antero n N AMGP .16e .8 22.57 14.85 373 19.57 2115 19.70 17.93 +1.36 -.8 AnteroMid N AM 1.56f 5.0 24 35.10 24.20 346 30.98 3650 31.05 28.61 +2.11 +6.7 AnteroRes N AR 1.00 5.2 40 22.68 16.31 2926 19.40 14700 19.62 18.09 +1.13 +2.1 Anthem N ANTM 3.00 1.4 14 267.95 179.40 1667 221.50 6142 232.45 220.80 -10.89 -1.6 AntherP rs Q ANTH 2.97 .21 334 .23 1393 .24 .21 +.00 -85.8 Anworth N ANH .60 11.9 11 6.35 4.55 693 5.06 2839 5.16 5.01 +.04 -7.0 Anwrth pfA N ANHpA 2.16 8.2 28.19 25.35 2 26.20 11 26.20 26.03 -.9 Anwrth pfB N ANHpB 1.56 5.9 30.92 24.60 0 26.25 1 26.46 26.14 +.25 -4.4 Anwrth pfC N ANHpC 1.91 7.6 25.49 24.46 2 25.06 11 25.06 24.97 +.04 -.4 Aon plc N 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-3.0 ApolMed n Q AMEH 30.00 10.00 43 14.96 159 15.28 13.01 +1.36 -37.7 ApollSrFlt N AFT 1.08a 6.5 18.69 16.08 94 16.70 289 16.75 16.52 +.15 +3.0 ApolloTact N AIF 1.20a 7.5 16.59 15.37 44 15.92 212 15.93 15.63 +.21 +1.1sAppFolio n Q APPF 59.40 28.30 157 60.05 535 60.60 55.05 +4.05 +44.7 Appian A n Q APPN 43.26 16.78 700 32.79 1739 34.40 31.00 +1.60 +4.2 AppHReit n N APLE 1.20 6.3 30 20.19 16.72 1459 18.95 5977 19.28 18.84 -.01 -2.9 Apple Inc Q AAPL 2.92f 1.5 22 190.37 142.20 23320 190.24 106406 190.26 186.14 +1.66 +12.4 ApplRecy h Q ARCI 1.75 .52 57 .76 143 .85 .74 -.08 -27.1 ApldDNA Q APDN 3.45 .90 85 1.50 178 1.52 1.45 -.02 -5.7 AppGenTc Q AGTC 6.05 3.25 256 4.40 727 4.75 4.05 -.23 +22.2 ApldIndlT N AIT 1.20 1.7 19 75.40 54.00 521 70.05 1169 70.95 68.70 +.85 +2.9 ApldMatl Q AMAT .80f 1.5 15 62.40 40.79 11287 52.24 59803 52.49 50.62 +1.39 +2.2 ApldOptoel Q AAOI 17 103.41 22.54 3606 45.02 13059 46.99 34.32 +10.53 +19.0 Approach Q AREX 13 4.21 2.19 446 2.88 1754 3.18 2.70 -2.7 Apptio n Q APTI 33.28 15.69 384 33.13 2033 33.27 31.40 +1.32 +40.9 ApricusB rs Q APRI 3.34 .25 255 .28 1005 .29 .26 -.01 -84.7 Aptargrp N ATR 1.28 1.4 27 96.39 79.97 175 92.77 798 94.41 92.19 -1.31 +7.5 AptevoTh n Q APVO 6.35 1.15 121 5.49 420 5.79 5.40 +.06 +29.5sAptiv N APTV .22 .2 19 98.79 70.51 1357 99.08 7293 99.28 95.33 +1.43 +16.8 AptoseB g Q APTO 3.97 1.00 631 3.59 2712 3.70 3.43 -.01 +60.3 AquaAm N WTR .82 2.4 26 39.55 32.30 715 34.71 2675 35.86 34.38 -.11 -11.5 AquaMetal h Q AQMS 13.85 1.42 286 3.36 1601 3.54 3.12 +.20 +57.7 AquaB Tc n Q AQB 9.99 2.25 13 2.98 46 3.04 2.92 +.03 -15.3 Aquantia n N AQ 18.49 9.60 296 11.63 1001 12.23 11.55 -.34 +2.6 Acquavnt n N WAAS 17.70 10.87 52 14.82 242 14.88 14.00 +.34 -4.5 AquinoxPh Q AQXP 16.90 10.02 169 14.59 466 14.96 12.76 +1.43 +24.1 ArQule Q ARQL 5.29 .94 1298 4.96 8501 5.25 4.28 -.19 +200.6 Aradigm h Q ARDM 7.35 1.03 36 1.46 134 1.56 1.34 +.09 -78.2 AralezPh Q ARLZ 2.98 .36 721 .39 3739 .42 .37 +.02 -72.5 Aramark N ARMK .42 1.1 19 46.09 36.29 978 38.57 4874 39.35 38.35 -.16 -9.8 AratanaTh Q PETX 7.67 3.67 303 5.11 1213 5.37 5.04 -.26 -2.9sArborRT N ABR 1.00f 10.6 7 9.59 7.88 5459 9.44 8121 9.60 9.44 +9.3 Arbor prA N ABRpA 2.06 8.0 25.98 24.81 3 25.67 6 25.75 25.58 -.02 +1.3 ArborR pfB N ABRpB 1.94 7.7 25.95 24.59 25.35 2 25.38 25.22 +.13 -.8 ArborR pfC N ABRpC 2.13 8.1 26.68 25.51 1 26.10 5 26.13 25.90 +.15 -.3 ArbutusB g Q ABUS 8.25 3.20 140 6.10 510 6.25 5.60 +.35 +20.8 ArcBest Q ARCB .32 .7 17 49.85 18.45 211 48.00 1588 48.35 46.50 +.90 +34.3 ArcadB rsn Q RKDA 66.56 3.60 398 11.75 1529 12.44 9.82 +1.77 +113.6 ArcelorM rs N MT .10p 8 37.50 19.59 4589 33.04 23806 33.09 31.34 -.01 +2.3 ArchCap Q ACGL 24 102.60 77.12 783 79.83 3133 80.08 77.86 +.82 -12.1 ArchCap pfF Q ACGLO 1.36 5.5 25.99 23.67 60 24.62 183 24.62 24.04 +.52 -2.8 ArchC pfE Q ACGLP 1.31 5.4 25.25 22.75 33 24.08 165 24.08 23.79 +.27 -4.1 ArchCoal N ARCH 1.60 1.9 8 102.61 60.13 423 83.81 1348 86.20 79.97 +3.60 -10.0 ArchDan N ADM 1.34 3.1 18 46.25 38.59 4236 43.82 16227 44.44 43.52 -.73 +9.3 Archrock N AROC .48 4.1 32 13.01 8.25 1776 11.75 7601 12.10 11.15 +.40 +11.9 Arcimoto n Q FUV 6.35 2.50 17 3.14 82 3.20 2.91 +.01 -21.7 Arconic N ARNC .24 1.4 31.17 16.66 4848 17.75 17673 18.34 17.58 -.68 -34.9 Arconic pf A ARNCp 3.75 4.3 92.00 84.56 87.25 2 87.80 86.19 +1.24 +1.6 ArcosDor N ARCO 35 10.80 6.95 398 7.45 2888 7.75 7.25 -.30 -28.0 ArcturusT rs Q ARCT 15.19 4.78 38 5.63 399 6.98 5.57 -.47 -29.2 ArcusBio n N RCUS 19.67 13.26 70 15.51 391 16.40 15.51 -.74 -9.8tArdaugh n N ARD .56 3.3 23.80 17.17 77 17.22 504 18.18 17.09 -.93 -18.4 Ardelyx Q ARDX 8.65 3.75 549 4.00 3182 4.25 3.85 -.15 -39.4 ArdmoreSh N ASC 9.05 6.40 128 8.15 662 8.45 7.85 +.10 +1.9sArenaPh rs Q ARNA 47.64 12.20 978 48.08 3467 48.60 43.06 +2.75 +41.5sAresCap Q ARCC 1.52 9.0 9 16.89 15.03 2541 16.93 9036 16.93 16.69 +.19 +7.7 AresCmcl N ACRE 1.12f 8.1 12 13.98 11.96 75 13.82 438 13.87 13.63 +.14 +7.1 AresDyCr N ARDC 1.40 8.6 16.73 15.48 54 16.37 249 16.47 16.28 +.05 -.3 AresMgmt N ARES 1.18e 5.4 15 25.95 17.25 180 21.95 931 22.48 21.10 +.55 +9.8 AresMg pfA N ARESpA 1.75 6.5 27.43 25.31 7 26.90 56 26.90 26.65 +.18 +1.5 Argan N AGX 1.25e 7 69.95 36.30 122 38.70 798 39.40 38.20 -.45 -14.0 Argenx n Q ARGX 99.99 19.00 40 95.18 234 97.76 92.59 -1.13 +50.7 ArgoGp42 N ARGD 1.63 6.5 25.51 25.00 5 25.15 28 25.48 25.08 -.33 -.5 ArgoGpInt N ARGO 1.08b 1.8 13 65.90 48.83 75 61.40 355 61.90 60.10 -.10 +14.5 AristaNetw N ANET 53 311.67 141.78 1066 261.22 3942 262.99 251.20 +5.47 +10.9 ArkInnova N ARKK 45.35 27.70 305 43.77 1140 44.06 42.59 +.58 +18.0 ArkIndInno N ARKQ 37.14 27.57 25 34.44 227 34.50 33.65 +.42 +4.6 ArkGenom N ARKG 30.51 20.72 102 28.95 360 29.52 28.38 +.06 +18.2 ArkWebX.O N ARKW .94p .7 55.31 32.60 261 54.58 676 54.64 52.71 +1.24 +18.5 Ark 3dPr n N PRNT 27.21 22.65 50 24.85 81 25.38 24.46 -.10 +2.0 Ark IsrTc n N IZRL 22.04 19.16 1 20.79 18 20.94 20.38 +.05 +2.1 ArkRst Q ARKR 1.00 3.7 100 29.49 21.75 0 26.90 42 27.00 26.00 +.89 -.5 ArlingAst N AI 2.20 19.0 6 15.03 9.90 424 11.55 2012 11.55 11.18 +.30 -2.0 ArlingAst23 N AIW 1.66 6.9 25.45 23.58 2 24.09 5 24.24 23.86 -.15 -1.4 ArlingAst25 N AIC 1.69 7.1 24.97 23.05 0 23.68 16 23.95 23.37 +.29 -2.3 ArlAsst pfB N AIpB 1.75 7.1 25.85 22.97 1 24.50 10 24.67 24.45 -.13 -1.8 ArmadaHof N AHH .80 5.6 19 16.00 12.67 310 14.36 1325 14.64 14.16 +.03 -7.5 ArmrR pfA N ARRpA 2.06 8.1 25.75 23.71 2 25.40 9 25.41 25.27 -.2 ArmrR pfB N ARRpB 1.97 7.9 25.37 24.09 15 24.90 45 24.98 24.85 +.07 -.5 ArmourR rs N ARR 2.72 11.8 6 27.60 21.40 306 23.10 1488 23.55 22.87 +.14 -10.2 ArmsFloor N AFI 62 18.65 12.03 89 13.10 390 13.74 13.00 -.30 -22.6 ArmstrWld N AWI 14 64.60 42.65 262 61.50 1342 62.00 60.35 +.35 +1.6 Arotech Q ARTX 27 4.35 2.70 183 3.80 454 3.85 3.70 +7.0 ArrayBio Q ARRY 18.78 7.15 2523 16.99 7792 17.10 15.65 +1.10 +32.7 ArrisIntl Q ARRS 29 30.38 22.60 1389 25.29 4823 25.82 25.15 -.31 -1.6 ArrwDJYld N GYLD 1.59e 8.9 19.24 16.98 9 17.80 43 17.81 17.33 +.43 -1.1 ArrowEl N ARW 11 87.26 72.31 433 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94.17 2154 94.82 92.55 +.58 +42.3 AssembBio Q ASMB 67.36 18.60 158 43.17 814 43.36 41.40 -.12 -4.6 AscBnc pfC N ASBpC 1.53 6.0 27.50 25.28 18 25.62 34 26.00 25.45 +.17 -5.7 AsscBc pf D N ASBpD 26.65 24.08 1 24.75 15 25.00 24.43 +.32 -4.7sAsscdBanc N ASB .60 2.2 19 27.95 20.95 1217 27.85 7694 28.13 26.95 +.35 +9.6 AssocCap n N AC .20 .5 39.80 32.20 9 38.50 45 39.60 38.20 -.95 +12.9 Assurant N AIZ 2.24 2.4 37 106.99 84.34 685 94.06 3081 97.34 93.01 -2.44 -6.7 AssuredG N AGO .64 1.8 7 45.73 32.97 568 35.95 2776 36.57 35.28 -.37 +6.1 AsdGMu01 N AGOpB 1.72 6.7 26.44 25.36 1 25.70 10 26.03 25.61 +.26 -1.2 AsdGMu02 N AGOpE 1.56 6.0 26.82 24.81 8 25.82 22 25.89 25.36 +.27 -1.3 AsdGMu03 N AGOpF 1.40 5.6 25.81 24.13 3 24.88 18 25.21 24.72 -.12 -.7 AstaFund s Q ASFI 5.30e 5.30 2.82 4 3.60 6 3.70 3.40 -.15 +4.5 Astec Q ASTE .40 .7 33 64.80 45.70 120 58.95 437 60.28 57.11 +1.07 +.8 AsteriasBio A AST 3.75 1.20 62 1.60 383 1.60 1.50 -28.9 AstraZen s N AZN 1.37e 3.7 9 37.30 28.43 2731 36.81 13852 37.17 36.28 -.23 +6.1 AstroNova Q ALOT .28 1.5 39 19.90 11.00 19 19.15 36 19.80 18.80 -.60 +38.3 Astronics Q ATRO 63 49.45 23.95 160 36.82 343 36.90 34.85 +1.66 -11.2tAstrotch rs Q ASTC 6.60 1.72 24 1.79 98 2.10 1.70 -.05 -46.6 AsureSftw h Q ASUR 19.78 9.89 161 18.00 622 18.16 16.67 +1.09 +27.5 AtHomGr n N HOME 56 37.83 18.40 715 34.87 1791 35.61 34.35 -.64 +14.7 AtaraBioth Q ATRA 54.45 11.80 469 49.95 1613 51.40 47.75 -.25 +176.0 Atento SA N ATTO .34p 14 12.90 6.68 141 7.60 465 7.75 7.48 -.15 -25.1 athenahlth Q ATHN 96 158.66 111.61 511 149.30 2106 155.72 148.02 -3.89 +12.2tAthene n N ATH 55.22 43.96 1246 45.54 7875 46.64 43.96 -1.51 -11.9 Athenex n Q ATNX 20.79 11.21 136 16.22 1137 16.45 15.90 +.01 +2.0 Athersys Q ATHX 2.63 1.29 1007 2.52 3022 2.53 2.40 +.05 +39.2 AtkoreInt n N ATRK 24.48 15.05 698 21.76 3623 22.24 21.42 +.10 +1.4 AtlAcq n Q ATAC 15.00 9.75 1 10.10 2 10.10 10.08 +.03 +2.4 AtlAcq un Q ATACU 11.00 9.56 10.70 1 10.71 10.70 +.15 +4.9 AtlanAmer Q AAME .02 .7 4.00 2.56 5 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865 .93 .86 -.04 -74.9 AubNB Q AUBN .96 2.1 20 48.95 33.22 3 44.90 16 44.90 42.14 +1.88 +15.4 Audentes n Q BOLD 42.61 13.90 219 37.76 913 38.83 36.03 -.36 +20.8 AudCodes Q AUDC 19 8.43 5.87 26 7.22 280 7.50 7.14 -.37 -1.9 AuriniaPh Q AUPH 7.68 4.41 405 5.83 1320 5.95 5.71 -.01 +28.7 AurynRs n A AUG 3.00 1.21 112 1.27 256 1.35 1.27 -.07 -22.6 AutoNatn N AN 12 62.02 38.59 792 46.61 7690 47.31 45.43 +.46 -9.2 AutoWeb Q AUTO 10 14.30 2.88 21 3.65 219 3.77 3.60 -.11 -59.5 Autodesk Q ADSK 141.26 99.22 2076 133.52 10015 133.65 128.14 +.77 +27.4sAutohome N ATHM 19 113.73 40.65 846 113.61 4045 119.50 99.13 +13.13 +75.7 Autoliv N ALV 2.32 1.5 24 153.84 104.56 515 150.54 2412 151.60 142.37 +3.19 +18.5sAutoData Q ADP 2.76f 2.1 35 132.05 98.50 2181 132.73 10183 132.79 128.68 +2.08 +13.3 AutoZone N AZO 14 797.89 491.13 344 653.12 1548 661.23 622.43 +19.42 -8.2 AvadelPh Q AVDL 11 11.93 6.17 335 7.32 1590 7.38 6.39 +.57 -10.7 AvalonHld A AWX 3.64 1.83 0 2.30 15 2.32 2.20 +.07 +15.0 AvalonBay N AVB 5.88 3.5 22 199.52 152.65 688 167.11 3344 167.43 160.50 +5.35 -6.3 Avangrid n N AGR 1.73 3.3 40 54.55 43.13 325 52.26 2226 53.64 52.02 -1.16 +3.3 AvayaHl n N AVYA 20 23.76 19.08 972 22.95 4387 23.11 21.51 +.55 +14.8 AveThera n Q ATXI 8.58 3.28 38 4.20 204 4.43 3.61 +.35 +16.0 AVEO Ph h Q AVEO 4.24 .63 680 2.24 4185 2.33 2.15 +.02 -19.7 AveryD N AVY 2.26f 2.1 27 123.67 83.10 403 106.34 2554 107.73 104.88 -2.14 -7.4 Avianca N AVH .18e 2.3 9.76 6.40 86 7.67 441 7.77 7.42 +.01 -4.5 AviatNet rs Q AVNW 19.97 12.90 18 17.70 47 18.22 17.21 -.50 +16.7 AvidBios rs Q CDMO 5.78 2.24 444 3.19 1348 3.49 3.05 -.20 -17.8 AvidTech Q AVID 7.65 3.99 71 5.19 470 5.50 5.09 -.03 -3.7 Avingr nrs Q AVGR 38.24 .95 743 1.70 6503 2.04 1.65 -.31 -76.6 AvinoSG g A ASM 1.89 1.14 56 1.31 239 1.37 1.28 -.04 -2.1 AvisBudg Q CAR 13 50.88 20.71 1301 38.43 7705 42.20 38.17 -3.68 -12.4 Avista N AVA 1.49f 2.8 29 52.87 41.21 357 52.43 1814 52.55 52.12 +.23 +1.8 AvistaHl n Q AHPA 10.20 9.28 10.00 29 10.02 10.00 +.8 Avnet Q AVT .76 2.0 9 44.85 35.67 1118 38.63 4167 39.55 38.12 -.07 -2.5tAvon N AVP 18 3.89 1.75 7508 1.80 20654 1.88 1.75 -.05 -16.3 Aware Q AWRE 36 5.40 3.70 8 3.95 21 4.05 3.90 -12.2 Axalta N AXTA 38.20 27.77 1001 31.48 6128 32.26 30.90 -.91 -2.7 Axcelis rs Q ACLS 6 37.05 18.60 298 21.75 2095 22.40 21.05 +.50 -24.2 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.7 66.44 47.43 482 57.12 2615 57.77 56.64 -.39 +13.6 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 5.6 25.98 23.79 17 24.50 47 24.66 24.30 +.05 -2.9 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 23.39 66 24.74 149 24.74 24.30 +.38 -1.7sAxoGen Q AXGN 49.81 14.25 539 49.65 1914 50.46 44.70 +4.30 +75.4sAxonEntpr Q AAXN 64.94 20.57 1110 65.30 4299 65.40 62.66 +2.29 +146.4 Axovant n Q AXON 27.98 1.02 7156 1.92 22635 2.10 1.20 +.72 -63.6 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 6.45 2.05 102 3.45 332 3.45 3.20 +.10 -38.4 AytuBioSc n Q AYTU 6.82 .31 785 .34 2562 .37 .33 -.01 -84.8 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 19.71 674 21.11 2883 22.48 20.87 -1.97 -11.4tAzurRx n Q AZRX 5.25 2.25 45 2.63 158 2.63 2.25 +.13 -27.7 AzurePwr n N AZRE 18.10 12.53 1 15.17 31 15.25 15.15 -.03 +6.8B -:tB Comm Q BCOM 3.58e 21.50 10.02 0 10.02 1 10.04 10.00 -.46 -45.5 B&G Foods N BGS 1.90f 6.7 8 41.00 22.00 1005 28.30 3855 28.70 27.30 +.45 -19.5 BRileyFn Q RILY .49e 2.4 21 22.00 14.30 39 20.85 401 21.55 20.50 -.20 +15.2 BRileyF 7.5 Q RILYL 1.88 7.4 26.84 25.28 1 25.51 16 25.57 25.43 +.01 -1.9 BRiley27 n Q RILYZ 1.88 7.5 26.20 24.76 3 25.07 31 25.15 24.97 -.08 -3.1 BRileyF27 n Q RILYG 25.90 24.49 10 24.70 82 24.75 24.62 +.04 -2.7 BRiley23 Q RILYH 1.84 7.2 25.72 25.07 2 25.53 81 25.59 25.35 -.04 +1.7 B2gold g A BTG 68 3.30 2.31 2442 2.72 11632 2.80 2.62 +.06 -12.3 BB&T Cp N BBT 1.50a 2.8 16 56.31 41.69 3254 53.20 19387 54.63 52.10 -1.61 +7.0 BB&T pfD N BBTpD 25.79 24.87 30 25.71 233 25.71 25.38 +.26 +1.0 BB&T pfE N BBTpE 1.41 5.5 25.68 24.49 64 25.54 194 25.54 25.29 +.26 +1.1 BB&T pfF N BBTpF 1.30 5.2 25.64 23.50 19 25.12 61 25.12 24.66 +.43 +.4 BB&T pfG N BBTpG 1.30 5.2 25.85 23.57 40 25.00 96 25.07 24.65 +.35 -.6 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.4 27.33 24.95 34 26.22 98 26.22 25.86 +.28 -2.9tBBVABFrn N BFR .25e 1.7 27.45 14.11 395 14.46 1395 15.28 14.11 -1.03 -42.6 BBX Cap n N BBX .03 .3 11 10.17 5.87 246 9.07 750 9.17 8.77 +.14 +13.8 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.5 17 16.10 12.05 15 15.80 75 15.90 15.50 +.10 +9.0 BCE g N BCE 3.02 49.06 41.01 645 41.70 3136 42.29 41.53 -.40 -13.1 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.20f 6.4 22 22.49 14.26 105 18.70 497 19.24 18.43 +.01 +17.3tBGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 6.3 16.97 11.45 1909 11.44 10986 11.77 11.42 -.39 -24.3 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 7.9 26.73 25.25 5 25.62 22 26.05 25.57 +.25 -1.1 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.3 52.14 33.42 1809 50.24 7655 50.47 47.95 +1.22 +9.2 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 3.6 47.92 28.73 1350 46.23 5458 46.41 43.90 +1.28 +14.7 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.67 1.20 23 2.23 53 2.30 2.12 -.02 +26.0 BJsRest Q BJRI .44 .8 23 57.65 28.00 341 55.70 1841 57.03 51.85 +2.80 +53.0 BldrsAsia Q ADRA .72e 2.1 37.70 30.41 1 34.47 2 34.48 33.79 -.04 -.2 BldrsDev Q ADRD .72e 3.1 25.31 21.63 3 22.97 28 23.05 22.44 -.06 -2.4 BldrsEmg Q ADRE .60e 1.4 48.92 37.75 4 43.15 24 43.16 42.11 -.15 BldrsEur Q ADRU .78e 3.5 24.65 21.28 22.19 13 22.27 21.88 -.17 -3.1 BMC Stock Q BMCH 22 25.70 17.10 347 20.35 1807 20.80 20.00 -19.6 BOK Q BOKF 1.80 1.8 18 107.00 77.10 211 102.50 716 103.50 99.62 +.10 +11.0 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.3 26.23 24.47 4 25.20 42 25.20 25.07 -.05 -1.6 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 59 2.49 669 2.59 2.25 +.16 +13.7 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 16.83 297 21.66 908 22.15 20.63 +.92 +5.3 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.2 24 47.83 33.90 4846 45.92 26056 46.21 44.06 +1.57 +9.3 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 12.6 5 31.80 18.65 145 28.60 1261 29.20 26.15 +.10 +42.3tBRF SA N BRFS 15.50 5.55 8064 6.26 16299 6.67 5.55 +.16 -44.4 BRT N BRT .80f 6.2 11 13.99 7.36 19 12.84 90 12.85 12.34 +.36 +8.9sBSB Bcp Q BLMT 22 33.95 27.25 13 34.30 37 34.45 33.45 +.65 +17.3tBT Grp s N BT .99e 7.2 21.16 13.53 672 13.76 4256 13.78 13.53 -.18 -24.5 BWX Tech N BWXT .64f .9 34 72.18 45.79 321 67.45 1516 67.80 66.48 -.33 +11.5 B&W Ent n N BW 12.06 1.61 1184 2.52 6602 2.69 2.41 -.10 -55.6 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.9 20.83 18.35 85 18.68 316 18.79 18.55 +.03 -3.6 BadgerMtr s N BMI .52 1.2 38 52.10 39.10 102 43.85 392 44.30 42.85 +.53 -8.3 Baidu Q BIDU 9 284.22 173.52 4546 248.46 15956 251.00 240.47 +4.66 +6.1 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.1 38.59 25.53 2905 34.93 14141 36.42 34.00 +.23 +10.4sBalchem Q BCPC .42f .4 45 98.98 70.23 113 97.80 432 98.98 96.24 +.93 +21.3 BaldwLy Q BWINA 1.12 4.8 53 24.76 21.31 0 23.10 1 23.20 23.10 +.75 -4.7 BaldLyB Q BWINB 1.12 4.8 53 25.35 21.20 17 23.25 64 23.45 22.80 +.10 -2.9 BallCorp s N BLL .40 1.1 19 43.24 35.60 2459 36.76 11645 38.23 36.70 -1.51 -2.9 Ballanty A BTN 7.35 3.95 5 5.50 11 5.50 5.25 +.25 +18.3 BallardPw Q BLDP 5.94 2.63 769 2.92 2239 3.07 2.87 -.06 -33.8 BanColum N CIB 1.27e 2.7 51.38 36.38 360 47.25 1500 47.55 45.09 +1.46 +19.1 BancCalif N BANC .52 2.6 15 23.40 17.10 553 19.80 1671 19.95 19.13 +.10 -4.1 BcCalif pfC N BANCpC 2.00 7.8 27.03 25.46 0 25.56 8 26.31 25.50 -.07 -2.6 BcCalif pfE N BANCpE 28.59 24.70 3 25.78 9 26.26 25.78 +.31 -2.4 BcCal pfD N BANCpD 1.84 7.1 27.08 25.58 3 25.84 9 26.27 25.74 +.14 -2.7sBncFstOK s Q BANF .84 1.4 21 61.65 46.35 74 61.30 268 63.05 57.70 +1.80 +19.8tBcBilVArg N BBVA .27e 3.9 9.54 6.65 4957 6.98 21352 7.03 6.65 -.25 -17.9tBcoBrades s N BBDO .02r .3 11.90 6.89 2 7.26 13 7.30 6.89 -.18 -13.8 BcoBrad s N BBD .06a .8 11.98 7.12 15253 7.93 52247 8.06 7.71 -.37 -14.9 BcoLatin N BLX 1.54 5.7 13 30.50 25.51 72 27.03 357 27.11 26.49 +.03 +.5 BcoMacro N BMA 29 136.10 69.95 368 77.27 1285 80.62 75.75 -3.73 -33.3tBcoSantSA N SAN .21e 3.8 7.57 5.25 15060 5.57 72187 5.62 5.25 -.27 -14.8 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 3.1 6 12.11 7.18 2049 9.25 7967 9.26 8.76 -.11 -4.3 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.6 35.09 23.93 488 32.34 2260 33.18 32.14 -1.06 +3.4 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.2 106.50 73.82 45 95.71 179 96.08 92.05 +.02 -.8 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 1.25e 17.25 13.24 7 15.20 22 15.47 14.75 +.19 +3.1 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 12.00 6.02 173 11.48 715 11.58 11.11 +16.2 BcpSouth N BXS .56 1.6 35.55 27.20 534 34.00 2770 34.45 33.35 -.15 +8.1 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24 1.4 28 18.55 15.15 12 17.65 39 17.90 17.25 +.15 -3.3 BancrftFd A BCV 1.27e 5.8 24.19 19.66 5 21.91 34 21.99 21.58 +.12 +.7sBandwith n Q BAND 32 37.87 18.05 452 39.45 1263 39.77 34.78 +4.29 +70.6 BkofAm N BAC .48 1.6 17 33.05 22.07 64658 29.40 381881 29.80 28.70 -.64 -.4 BkAML pfI N BMLpI 1.59 6.2 26.39 25.26 30 25.82 133 25.87 25.71 +.02 -.7 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.2 24.60 22.64 12 24.30 64 24.35 23.61 +.60 +4.0 BkAm pfD N BACpD 1.55 6.1 26.25 25.32 91 25.44 329 25.72 25.32 +.19 -1.6 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 25.09 23.03 15 24.04 63 24.08 23.65 +.18 +.9 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.7 1352.71 1187.95 3 1274.93 16 1274.93 1259.02 +11.93 -3.3 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.4 27.53 25.85 72 26.10 261 26.14 25.98 +.05 -3.9 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.1 27.39 25.82 67 26.62 316 26.62 26.40 +.10 -1.5 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.25 46 25.90 286 25.92 25.62 +.21 -4.7 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 69 26.18 266 26.18 25.92 +.18 -4.6 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.4 25.30 22.14 14 23.17 200 23.17 22.84 +.08 -1.4 BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.5 23.11 20.09 5 22.28 44 22.33 22.02 +.11 +3.1 BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.4 22.97 20.31 1 22.32 18 22.40 22.18 -.07 +3.1 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.7 49.36 31.36 124 48.15 625 48.40 46.62 +.18 +32.7 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .12 1.0 17 12.40 9.90 13 12.00 112 12.00 11.65 +.15 +4.3 BkHawaii N BOH 2.40f 2.8 19 89.09 74.72 127 85.84 881 86.33 84.11 +.72 +.2sBankMarin Q BMRC 1.24 1.6 23 79.65 59.05 14 79.55 119 79.98 76.05 +1.95 +17.0 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, June 2, 2018

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63.19 57.14 +3.72 +95.7 BarHarbr s A BHB .80f 2.6 21 32.94 25.09 74 30.80 163 30.88 29.66 +.20 +14.0 Br iPthCrd N OILB 72.40 42.69 2 65.50 13 68.11 65.35 -1.89 +10.7 BarFIEur N FEEU 148.71 111.39 6 119.90 42 122.44 111.43 -4.45 -9.4 BarcFI HY N FIGY 185.67 127.16 10 160.25 41 160.72 155.51 -.25 -6.3 BarcSPVeq N VQT 181.89 144.10 165.00 1 165.01 162.78 +1.00 +4.2 BarSelMLP N ATMP 1.17e 5.8 22.97 17.78 191 20.28 2099 20.45 19.71 +.48 -2.3sBiP Cmdty N DJP 25.80 21.61 518 25.30 1113 25.80 25.19 -.17 +3.6 BarcGsci36 N GSP 17.81 11.96 63 16.95 101 17.27 16.84 -.21 +9.1 BrcEnEu n N FLEU 180.26 137.43 0 146.99 2 146.99 142.58 -.90 -7.6 BiP Lead N LD 66.21 40.75 51.02 1 51.02 44.30 +2.02 -12.5 BiP Cocoa N NIB 35.77 21.37 23 29.61 119 30.96 29.08 -1.38 +29.7 BarcBk prD N BCSpD 2.03 7.7 27.24 25.76 134 26.25 635 26.56 25.92 +.22 -1.6 BiPTrLBear Q DLBS 22.73 13.54 3 20.00 26 20.12 19.03 -.41 +22.4 BiP10yTBear Q DTYS 24.96 13.93 63 22.70 295 22.90 21.10 -.26 +24.4 BiPTrSteep Q STPP 35.49 29.08 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BKEP .58 15.3 7.00 3.30 184 3.80 1026 3.85 3.55 -25.5tBluekn pf Q BKEPP .72 11.3 8.09 6.24 85 6.32 485 6.60 6.24 -.20 -18.7 BlueLinx rs N BXC 13 41.85 7.57 113 40.58 541 41.42 37.68 +3.00 +315.8 BlueprtM n Q BPMC 109.00 34.38 247 84.48 1110 85.36 80.90 +1.09 +12.0 BluerkRsd A BRG 1.16 12.9 13.77 7.02 153 8.96 516 9.02 8.67 +.10 -11.4 BluerkRs pf A BRGpA 2.06 8.1 27.00 24.53 3 25.40 17 25.40 25.20 +.18 -3.7 BluerkR pfD A BRGpD 1.78 8.0 26.25 20.84 14 22.15 27 22.15 21.82 +.02 -12.1 BluerkR pfC A BRGpC 1.91 7.8 26.50 22.48 1 24.35 10 24.35 23.91 +.31 -4.3 BdwlkPpl N BWP .40 3.8 10 18.29 9.10 584 10.53 2282 10.73 10.37 -.03 -18.4 Boeing N BA 6.84 1.9 37 371.60 186.39 2652 356.72 14382 360.97 350.66 -3.37 +21.0 BofI Hld s Q BOFI 19 43.50 21.60 1054 41.51 2472 42.26 40.40 +.55 +38.8 BofI pf Q BOFIL 1.56 6.1 28.33 24.25 2 25.73 6 25.73 25.49 +.24 -.3 Boingo Q WIFI 28.34 14.33 349 22.01 2645 22.53 20.78 +1.15 -2.2sBoiseCasc N BCC .28 .6 17 48.53 27.60 265 48.35 1288 48.60 46.55 +1.52 +21.2 Bojangles n Q BOJA 8 17.80 11.35 155 14.70 749 15.40 14.55 -.70 +24.6 BonanzaCE N BCEI 37.50 23.33 211 36.61 883 37.28 35.03 +1.00 +32.7 BonsoElec Q BNSO 4.10 1.96 2 3.19 5 3.24 3.16 -.10 +30.4 BookingHl Q BKNG 30 2228.99 1630.56 297 2128.94 1595 2135.43 2059.10 +18.32 +22.5 BootBarn N BOOT 13 26.25 5.90 1170 24.66 4354 25.00 23.52 +.63 +48.5sBoozAllnH N BAH .76 1.7 22 45.35 31.06 1152 44.82 6707 45.38 42.24 +3.03 +17.5 BorgWarn N BWA .68 1.4 14 58.22 40.00 993 49.95 7395 50.86 48.20 -1.34 -2.2 BorqsTch Q BRQS 96 10.50 4.00 0 5.75 27 5.90 5.20 +.05 +5.5sBostBeer N SAM 31 257.90 128.70 98 255.00 482 257.90 238.75 +14.95 +33.4 BosOma n Q BOMN 35.49 12.15 163 25.13 447 25.98 23.00 +.18 -22.4 BostPrv Q BPFH .48 2.8 19 17.25 13.95 312 17.15 1474 17.25 16.45 +.25 +11.0 BostPrv pf Q BPFHP 1.74 7.0 26.29 24.92 1 24.98 22 25.10 24.97 +.01 -2.6 BostProp N BXP 3.20f 2.6 29 131.84 111.57 582 121.50 2923 122.66 118.45 +1.91 -6.6 BosProp pfB N BXPpB 1.31 5.5 26.94 22.69 67 23.97 89 24.02 23.70 +.25 -5.1sBostonSci N BSX 21 31.02 24.54 7103 30.59 23378 31.02 29.96 +.28 +23.4 BttmlnT Q EPAY 66 49.31 23.62 387 48.46 1786 48.88 47.09 +.95 +39.7 BldrG&IFd N BIF .11a 1.0 11.84 9.45 122 10.73 707 10.75 10.55 +.04 -3.2 BovieMed A BVX 4.29 2.13 130 4.19 233 4.20 3.71 +.41 +61.2 BowlA A BWL/A .68 4.3 44 16.64 13.43 0 15.75 1 15.75 15.25 +.63 +5.0 Box Inc n N BOX 28.68 17.25 6303 26.29 41827 27.99 24.49 -1.12 +24.5 Boxlight n Q BOXL 17.40 3.00 458 7.04 2382 7.95 6.12 +.34 +21.6 BoydGm N BYD .20 26 40.44 24.17 1635 38.61 6117 38.73 36.69 +1.44 +10.2 BradyCp N BRC .83 2.1 25 40.25 31.70 221 39.25 1035 40.00 38.60 +.40 +3.6 BraemHot N BHR .64 5.9 9 11.34 8.44 158 10.88 998 11.30 10.80 +11.8sBrainstorm Q BCLI 5.30 2.88 349 5.19 1964 5.30 4.58 +.58 +32.4 Brandyw N BDN .72 4.4 15 18.69 15.21 1266 16.32 8179 16.39 15.80 +.43 -10.3 BrasilAgro N LND 4.55 3.21 5 3.61 29 3.85 3.60 -.09 +3.1 Braskem N BAK .78e 3.3 33.73 19.01 855 23.86 2298 25.11 22.60 -2.10 -9.1 BridgeBcp Q BDGE .92 2.5 18 37.75 29.80 28 37.35 153 37.55 36.45 +.20 +6.7 Bridglne rs Q BLIN 4.45 1.25 38 1.43 265 1.55 1.32 +.04 -41.1 BridgptEd N BPI 30 15.40 5.31 180 7.08 627 7.16 6.61 +.32 -14.7 BridgBcs n Q BWB 13.87 12.60 84 12.70 204 12.97 12.65 -.21 +.6 BridgfdFds Q BRID 15 21.55 11.05 6 15.10 8 15.55 15.01 -.10 +20.3 BrigStrat N BGG .56 3.0 11 27.34 17.11 192 18.54 912 18.90 18.31 -.30 -26.9 BrightHrz N BFAM 50 105.04 75.65 276 101.71 828 102.00 99.41 +.67 +8.2 BrghtSch n N BEDU 28.18 11.59 116 18.47 811 18.87 17.11 -.19 -1.1 Brightcove Q BCOV 10.65 5.95 121 10.45 672 10.55 9.96 -.05 +47.2tBrghtFn n Q BHF 70.00 46.14 903 47.28 4612 48.42 46.14 -1.00 -19.4 Brinker N EAT 1.52 3.5 14 47.04 29.50 1356 43.57 6357 44.58 41.53 +1.41 +12.2 Brinks N BCO .60 .8 88.10 63.55 750 77.95 5068 82.45 67.60 +8.70 -1.0 BrMySq N BMY 1.60 3.0 53 70.05 49.96 6114 53.13 29386 53.45 51.77 +.36 -13.3 BristowGp N BRS .28 2.3 18.91 6.36 1059 11.96 6710 13.18 11.55 -.59 -11.2tBritATob s N BTI 2.24e 4.4 73.41 49.99 1826 50.77 12087 51.59 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7.60 -1.40 -16.3 BldrFstSrc Q BLDR 19 23.28 13.33 894 19.06 4308 19.75 18.93 -.43 -12.5 BungeLt N BG 2.00f 2.9 31 83.20 63.87 916 69.89 8446 70.49 68.97 -.05 +4.2sBurlStrs N BURL 32 150.18 79.07 1815 149.97 8100 150.33 134.59 +13.90 +21.9 BusinFst n Q BFST .08p 82 30.00 23.10 28 23.92 103 24.00 23.10 +.52 -5.3 BylineBc n N BY 24.80 19.02 40 21.79 244 22.29 21.59 -.44 -5.1C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.36 2.2 19 65.05 45.28 6 60.85 31 61.65 59.20 +.15 +4.9 C&J Eng n N CJ 36.57 22.99 1565 26.10 4485 28.88 25.83 -1.35 -22.0 CA Inc Q CA 1.02 2.8 16 37.25 30.45 2173 36.01 11645 36.15 35.04 +.45 +8.2sCAE Inc g N CAE .36 21.39 15.66 147 21.16 901 21.39 20.33 +.69 +14.0 CAI Intl N CAI 7 40.11 19.35 233 24.13 712 25.67 23.71 -.95 -14.8 CAS Med Q CASM 1.70 .59 121 1.55 207 1.61 1.54 -.04 +101.3 CASI Phr h Q CASI 8.42 .91 320 6.47 1439 6.89 6.13 -.32 +99.1sCB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.5 24 35.00 25.10 14 35.35 41 35.35 33.70 +.95 +17.8 CBAK Eng Q CBAK 2.35 1.20 23 1.23 75 1.30 1.20 -.10 -16.9sCBIZ Inc N CBZ 24 21.08 14.05 328 21.00 1131 21.08 20.50 +.20 +35.9 CBL Asc N CBL .80 15.9 3 9.67 3.80 5218 5.03 21421 5.29 4.72 +.20 -11.1 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 9.8 24.96 16.30 66 18.79 262 18.85 18.15 +.51 -14.0 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 9.9 25.08 15.06 27 16.83 131 17.00 16.08 +.57 -23.7 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.08 1.1 40 138.54 85.86 1001 98.42 6346 103.66 97.23 -4.40 -21.0 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 8.0 8.05 7.17 224 7.47 1155 7.49 7.36 +.09 -5.7 CBRE Grp N CBRE 18 48.44 34.34 1532 46.07 8945 47.45 45.74 -1.49 +6.4 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.4 15 68.86 47.98 2 50.18 13 51.70 50.12 -1.00 -16.1 CBS B N CBS .72 1.4 11 68.75 47.54 2108 49.98 14062 51.51 49.86 -.99 -15.3 CBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .7 30.87 27.00 67 30.04 217 30.19 29.00 +.21 +1.3 CCA Inds A CAW 15 3.81 2.75 7 3.05 12 3.05 2.90 +.10 -3.2 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 .9 26 76.04 59.33 1848 64.61 5824 65.41 63.03 +.85 -9.4sCDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.0 28 81.97 58.57 837 81.00 3712 81.97 79.98 +.31 +16.6 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 26 51.80 27.35 103 33.95 407 34.45 33.65 -.35 -26.4 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 3.0 45.00 25.65 2212 40.47 9674 41.90 40.30 -1.19 -4.9 CGG rs N CGG 1 7.50 1.88 12 2.65 73 2.73 2.41 +.16 -40.7sCGI g N GIB 61.78 48.94 125 61.76 734 61.99 59.60 +1.06 +13.7 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 2.1 26 100.18 63.41 1114 87.52 4828 90.05 86.82 -.25 -1.8 CHF Sol rs Q CHFS 32.60 2.50 60 2.89 298 3.01 2.80 -.12 -16.5 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.7 31.47 28.89 10 29.80 22 30.16 29.75 -.03 -1.1 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 7.0 29.86 27.78 11 28.23 76 28.31 28.07 +.05 -2.1 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.5 29.99 26.16 12 27.47 47 27.47 27.12 +.27 +.4 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.3 28.99 25.56 15 26.68 70 26.83 26.42 -.08 +.8 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.7 29.90 27.15 21 27.98 77 27.98 27.50 +.46 -.6 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.4 40 20.45 11.75 2 14.85 11 15.30 14.75 -.35 -22.3 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.3 20 56.14 43.25 2475 50.31 10603 51.25 49.64 -1.34 +2.2 CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.1 45 12.10 9.60 1 10.90 12 11.18 10.35 +.13 +7.1tCLPS Inc n Q CLPS 6.34 4.76 122 5.25 427 5.69 4.76 -.15 -4.7 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 10.4 7 10.80 7.40 41 9.65 274 9.70 9.20 +.40 +18.4 CM SevSt n Q CMSS 9.87 9.59 27 9.85 95 9.86 9.82 +.02 +2.1 CM SvSt un Q CMSSU 10.50 9.93 10.20 168 10.35 10.20 -.12 +2.4 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.7 37 171.71 116.55 1690 167.53 10229 167.80 157.35 +7.93 +14.7 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43 3.2 28 50.83 40.48 2490 45.17 11578 46.40 45.12 -.45 -4.5 CNA Fn N CNA 1.20a 2.5 13 55.62 45.60 181 47.22 913 48.30 46.76 -1.21 -11.0 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .66 2.1 17 31.46 20.91 30 30.80 88 30.99 29.87 +.32 +17.4 CNH Indl N CNHI .14e 1.2 15.65 10.78 1142 11.75 8739 11.97 11.63 -.59 -12.3 CNO Fincl N CNO .40f 2.0 13 26.47 19.37 995 20.38 5677 20.50 19.49 -.15 -17.5 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 2.9 185.72 108.05 206 171.93 721 173.95 161.85 +6.94 +19.8 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.30f 6.9 11 21.67 15.25 48 18.81 219 18.88 18.35 +.03 +12.2 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .2 18.08 11.30 3478 16.55 12152 16.81 15.68 +.70 +13.1 ConslCoal n N CCR 2.05 12.6 16.65 13.15 23 16.30 126 16.35 15.60 +.65 +4.2sCONSOL n N CEIX 21 45.68 19.51 723 45.70 1443 45.91 41.43 +4.25 +15.7 CPFL Eng N CPL .12e 1.0 17.69 10.63 28 12.19 81 12.36 11.74 -.14 +6.0 CPI Aero A CVU 15 10.80 7.80 41 9.85 83 10.45 9.60 -.60 +10.1 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 18.50 2.23 38 2.83 88 2.91 2.61 +.03 -22.9 CPS Tech Q CPSH 35 2.20 1.04 44 1.77 103 1.96 1.56 +.09 +6.6 CRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.2 29 58.74 32.86 81 54.55 205 56.26 53.54 -.68 +21.4 CRH Med A CRHM 6.05 1.46 103 3.55 308 3.60 3.40 +.05 +34.0 CRH N CRH .72e 1.9 39.32 32.47 647 37.15 4054 37.70 35.15 +.63 +2.9 CRISPR n Q CRSP 73.90 13.50 2377 67.13 10713 73.88 61.04 -2.81 +185.9 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84 2.0 26 48.82 37.21 166 41.51 841 41.76 40.79 +.31 -5.3 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 13.0 8.05 4.12 86 5.75 397 5.96 5.62 -.06 +5.1 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 7.0 20.51 14.65 16 16.83 62 16.91 16.46 +.08 -4.4 Csop ChInt N CNHX 31.99 26.24 2 27.65 4 27.84 27.63 -.18 -5.1 CSP Inc Q CSPI .44 4.6 21 18.89 8.75 4 9.64 18 9.84 9.50 -.16 -39.0 CSS Inds N CSS .80 4.9 30.29 15.13 203 16.18 295 17.90 16.02 -.15 -41.9 CSW Ind n Q CSWI 34 50.00 34.85 85 49.00 264 49.95 45.45 +2.60 +6.6sCSX Q CSX .88 1.3 10 65.93 47.99 4422 65.44 20176 65.95 63.62 +.98 +19.0 CTI BioP rs Q CTIC 4.99 2.45 451 4.43 1165 4.81 4.16 -.40 +65.3 CTI Inds Q CTIB 6.12 3.25 17 4.40 49 4.75 4.12 +.05 +8.1sCTS N CTS .16 .5 27 32.95 20.80 157 32.80 380 33.08 31.85 +.65 +27.4 CUI Glbl Q CUI 4.35 2.44 164 2.76 436 3.14 2.74 -.40 +.4 CURO Gp n N CURO 47 24.87 13.50 220 22.96 1156 23.60 21.92 +.63 +63.1 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.4 22 25.49 19.58 481 23.45 1484 23.67 22.90 +.08 -.5 CVD Eqp Q CVV 18 13.50 6.85 36 7.30 65 7.39 7.02 +.06 -37.2 CVR Engy N CVI 3.00f 7.5 47.67 16.75 1158 40.10 6778 43.43 37.62 -3.51 +7.7 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 24.0 4.23 2.58 518 2.96 2735 3.02 2.76 +.02 -9.8sCVR Rfng N CVRR 2.95e 21 26.00 6.70 2023 24.15 10214 26.00 22.50 +2.05 +45.9 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 3.1 11 84.00 60.14 5493 64.07 34035 66.03 63.36 -1.96 -11.6 CWA Inco n N CWAI 26.93 24.45 24.72 4 24.72 24.72 +.27 -3.2 CYS Invest N CYS .88 12.0 7 8.98 6.25 738 7.31 4287 7.46 7.27 +.03 -9.0 CYSInv pfA N CYSpA 1.94 7.7 25.73 24.01 11 25.22 24 25.27 24.94 +.28 +.8 CYSInv pfB N CYSpB 1.88 7.6 25.32 23.40 9 24.68 42 24.73 24.29 +.32 -.4 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.6 23.75 22.03 1 22.79 32 22.93 22.70 -.20 -.9 CabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 14.9 18.74 11.00 0 12.84 14 12.84 12.25 +.13 -12.9 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.6 24.90 21.30 23.16 4 23.40 23.12 -.02 +2.7 CableOne n N CABO 7.00 1.1 33 788.00 597.40 33 651.49 169 666.20 640.40 -6.45 -7.4 Cabot N CBT 1.32f 2.1 18 68.63 50.56 640 61.61 2443 62.08 58.42 +2.83 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60f 1.4 43 115.94 68.00 146 114.55 471 115.72 110.80 +2.43 +21.8 CabotO&G N COG .24 1.0 43 29.57 21.40 4053 23.03 20294 23.21 21.80 +.53 -19.5sCACI N CACI 14 168.20 118.10 130 166.55 432 169.00 162.35 +3.05 +25.8 Cactus n N WHD 37.50 19.18 374 31.91 1417 34.58 31.52 -1.62 +57.6 CadencB n N CADE .13 .4 64 30.50 20.00 1971 29.35 7297 29.97 29.00 -.56 +8.2 Cadence Q CDNS 54 46.00 32.85 1490 43.21 9839 43.26 41.82 +.97 +3.3 Cadiz h Q CDZI 15.65 9.65 88 12.65 982 13.10 12.20 +.10 -11.2 CaesarStne Q CSTE .29e 34 38.45 12.50 639 15.95 2498 16.30 14.45 +.75 -27.5 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 10.48 11526 12.00 44055 12.70 11.90 -.50 -5.1 CafePress Q PRSS 2.69 1.26 15 1.41 30 1.45 1.35 -.05 -23.6 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.49e 5.3 92 50.45 33.40 373 46.80 1187 48.70 46.60 -.20 +5.3 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 6.35 2.63 25 3.99 76 4.15 3.96 -.06 +13.7 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 9.7 12.42 10.60 159 12.36 815 12.41 12.18 +.05 +4.3 CalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 9.8 11.75 10.01 175 11.64 644 11.71 11.53 +.08 +4.0sCalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 9.3 21.49 18.15 57 21.50 268 21.51 21.15 +.31 +7.1 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.2 9.87 8.28 156 9.12 663 9.12 8.97 +.02 +.4 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 8.6 16.34 12.36 25 13.92 96 13.94 13.68 -.03 -7.6 CalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 7.9 12.91 11.00 278 12.56 1119 12.62 12.33 +.08 +4.0 CalAmp Q CAMP 46 25.45 17.52 217 21.38 972 21.65 21.02 +.07 -.2 CalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f 1.1 38 98.85 65.75 212 89.50 768 90.95 87.50 +1.40 +6.0 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 3.0 9.94 5.17 3 9.22 12 9.22 8.77 -.09 +24.8 Caleres N CAL .28 .8 16 37.06 22.39 1292 34.60 3332 36.31 33.75 -1.45 +3.3 CalifRes rs N CRC 40.72 6.47 2097 36.61 9650 37.95 31.58 +4.22 +88.3 CalifWtr N CWT .75 1.9 29 46.15 35.15 216 40.00 1158 41.65 39.90 -.75 -11.8 Calithera Q CALA 20.05 4.85 313 5.30 1163 5.40 5.05 +.05 -36.5 Calix N CALX 7.38 4.65 613 7.30 1289 7.30 6.40 +.70 +22.7sCallGolf N ELY .04 .2 41 19.49 12.04 875 19.15 3687 19.49 18.87 +.15 +37.5 CallonPet N CPE 25 14.65 9.34 16055 11.12 45640 12.17 10.82 -.84 -8.5 Callon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.6 53.45 47.11 2 51.89 20 52.25 51.39 +.50 +1.2 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, June 2, 2018

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CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 3.80 934 8.55 2099 8.60 6.85 +1.65 +11.0 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 9.26 142 18.87 706 19.30 16.26 +1.78 -14.3 CambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 13.4 33 13.77 4.67 142 10.12 572 10.29 9.55 +.01 +78.2 Cambrex N CBM 17 62.30 42.55 529 45.95 1565 47.25 44.95 -1.45 -4.3 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.3 41.00 33.28 6 38.63 122 38.77 38.18 -.26 +.6 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 2.8 27.94 23.28 1 26.41 11 26.59 25.71 -.18 +.2 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.2 28.50 23.05 56 24.57 216 24.67 24.01 -.18 -4.1 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.0 29.42 24.76 18 27.56 94 27.64 26.85 +.07 +.6 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 25.73 46 27.36 74 27.36 27.11 +.00 -.5 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 29.46 4 35.19 11 35.72 34.07 -.19 +1.4 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.39 5 24.77 58 24.95 24.53 -.03 -4.1 CambTail n N TAIL 24.90 20.78 61 21.16 77 21.61 21.08 +.07 -6.3 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 22.55 16 26.19 77 26.47 25.90 +.29 +5.0 CambrBc n Q CATC 1.92 2.2 90.95 70.00 15 88.39 30 88.90 81.46 +3.49 +10.8 CamdnN s Q CAC 1.00f 2.1 24 47.41 37.10 21 46.61 118 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25.76 22.26 14 25.20 35 25.20 25.10 +.11 -.9 ColNrth pfD N CLNSpD 2.13 8.5 26.46 23.78 25.14 12 25.19 25.05 +.09 -1.6 ColNrth pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.5 27.52 23.86 3 25.74 63 25.80 25.55 +.12 -3.1 ColNrth pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 8.0 27.25 22.49 5 23.47 59 23.61 23.30 +.20 -6.7 ColNrth pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 49 23.05 114 23.10 22.92 +.05 -6.1 ColNrth pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.8 25.94 21.81 40 23.09 74 23.09 22.85 +.11 -8.3 ColNrth pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.7 26.00 21.61 31 23.09 59 23.09 22.88 +.11 -7.7 ColBnkg Q COLB 1.04f 2.4 22 48.06 35.67 263 43.02 1031 43.37 41.80 -.06 -1.0 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 27.17 2 29.66 3 29.75 29.45 -.24 -2.9 Col SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.62 1 29.50 2 29.50 29.32 -.15 -.3 ColumFn n Q CLBK 17.73 15.30 256 17.07 1345 17.15 16.30 +.29 +10.7 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.8 20.47 16.86 1 17.98 14 18.07 17.71 -.10 -2.4tColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 25.66 1 26.20 6 26.26 25.66 -.36 -5.3 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.1 17.10 13.72 15.00 1 15.00 14.91 -.31 -5.6tCol EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 24.69 112 25.39 965 25.45 24.69 +.04 -9.7 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 41.00 5 47.43 20 47.43 46.42 +1.01 -4.4 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .7 16.79 12.85 10 13.46 90 13.53 13.23 +.27 -15.2 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e .9 25.98 18.17 2 18.90 35 19.82 18.90 +.02 -19.3 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.6 13 23.31 19.55 914 22.15 2912 22.34 21.82 +.40 -3.5 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.1 24.58 20.09 59 22.60 221 22.69 22.26 +.10 +1.6sColuSprtw Q COLM .88 1.0 30 89.59 53.39 202 88.83 1077 89.59 87.01 +1.31 +23.6 Colmbus Q CMCO .20f .5 44.55 23.91 208 42.54 1053 43.02 37.11 +4.79 +6.4 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76 2.4 15 44.00 30.43 18204 31.26 94012 31.89 30.67 -.49 -21.6 Comcst29 N CCZ 1.58e 2.9 64.00 50.00 1 55.37 1 55.37 54.60 -1.67 -11.9 Comerica N CMA 1.36f 1.4 19 102.66 64.04 1323 95.75 7814 96.81 93.15 -2.01 +10.3 ComfrtS N FIX .32 .7 29 48.95 31.90 111 47.10 690 47.70 45.93 +.65 +7.9 CommScpe Q COMM 30 41.60 26.29 1056 29.79 6973 29.84 28.94 +.17 -21.3 ComndSec A MOC 3.55 1.50 8 1.60 30 1.75 1.56 -.10 -47.9 CmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.4 20 66.26 49.43 292 65.02 1580 65.68 63.50 +.15 +16.4 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.9 27.65 25.00 4 25.59 31 25.68 25.31 +.18 -2.9 CmclMtls N CMC .48 2.0 49 26.72 17.05 803 24.10 5111 24.95 22.60 +.97 +13.0 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 33 13.90 5.55 268 7.91 871 8.28 7.85 -.36 -26.0 CommSys Q JCS .16 3.9 4.87 3.18 11 4.13 65 4.13 3.88 +.25 +16.0 CmtyBkSy N CBU 1.36 2.2 17 61.36 48.89 220 60.45 794 60.90 59.02 +.15 +12.5sCmtyBkTr Q ESXB 25 10.00 7.65 27 9.85 153 10.00 9.43 +.40 +20.9 CmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.1 20 40.69 32.06 4 36.84 15 37.20 36.74 -.24 -3.8 CommuFt n Q CFBI 15.00 10.95 10 11.24 26 11.30 11.22 +.01 -3.1 CmtyHlt N CYH 10.18 3.69 2309 3.97 8855 4.51 3.95 -.36 -6.8 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .05 .01 793 .01 1206 .01 .01 +.00 +42.9 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.60f 5.8 95 30.64 22.41 168 27.55 609 28.30 27.51 -.04 -2.0 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.32 2.6 18 51.90 40.33 28 51.70 192 51.70 50.35 +.45 +9.8 CmtyWest Q CWBC .20f 1.7 17 12.97 9.95 41 11.50 46 11.55 11.35 +8.0 CommVlt Q CVLT 71.45 48.35 925 68.75 1855 69.40 67.51 +.30 +31.0 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 18.60 527 21.23 1620 21.78 20.11 -.15 -9.9 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.6 18.35 14.60 112 16.75 605 16.85 16.30 +.10 -1.2 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 8.3 25.75 20.01 15 21.71 51 21.78 21.55 +.07 -12.0 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.4 23 76.65 56.50 171 65.35 1170 66.70 65.15 +.37 -9.6 Compugn Q CGEN 5.15 2.25 286 3.75 1128 3.98 3.30 +.40 +50.0 CmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.2 52 36.15 27.60 110 32.70 532 33.80 32.30 +.15 +8.8 CmpTask Q CTG .24 3.3 9.62 4.90 32 7.34 142 7.40 7.13 +.19 +43.9 Compx A CIX .20 1.4 14 16.63 12.30 5 14.60 12 15.05 13.95 -.15 +9.8 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 6.58 1.20 187 3.71 1929 4.80 3.27 -.26 +118.2 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.34 .21 240 .36 470 .36 .34 +.01 -7.7sComstkRs rs N CRK 11.70 4.01 1148 10.97 3279 11.70 10.02 +.59 +29.7 Comtech Q CMTL .40 1.2 31 32.94 13.95 198 32.12 623 32.26 30.66 +1.24 +45.2 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 16 39.81 32.16 1620 36.94 8939 37.91 36.89 -.47 -1.9 ConatusPh Q CNAT 7.95 3.22 2529 4.28 4372 4.83 3.60 +.58 -7.4 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 11.88 99 20.16 531 20.62 19.76 +.16 -22.1 ConchoRes N CXO 19 163.11 106.73 5328 129.21 10543 141.80 126.52 -10.36 -14.0 ConcdMed N CCM 4.29 2.46 1 4.14 13 4.15 3.99 +.09 +24.3tConcrdInt g Q CXRX .30 129.9 1 1.80 .24 400 .23 1804 .29 .23 -.06 -64.8 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.6 17 11.19 8.13 10 10.27 32 10.30 9.94 +.07 +3.2 Conduent n N CNDT 20.32 14.95 585 19.33 3565 19.42 18.89 +.05 +19.6 Conformis n Q CFMS 5.73 1.15 197 1.37 1178 1.45 1.29 +.05 -42.4 ConiferH n Q CNFR 7.45 5.00 1 6.10 5 6.30 5.85 -.24 +5.2 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, June 2, 2018

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sConmed Q CNMD .80 1.2 24 69.64 47.41 222 69.03 604 69.64 67.38 +.65 +35.4 Conns Q CONN 37.80 16.00 763 22.60 2223 24.85 22.10 -1.65 -36.4 ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.1 24 31.40 21.04 115 26.95 605 27.00 26.18 +.25 +4.7 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.25f 2.0 40 69.72 48.86 59 64.09 307 65.96 62.81 +.57 +11.6 ConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 1.7 55 71.71 42.27 7111 68.29 32544 68.98 64.34 +2.82 +24.4 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 13.7 22.17 10.31 625 11.32 2887 11.52 11.04 +.07 -7.1 ConEd N ED 2.86 3.8 16 89.70 73.35 1590 75.54 9327 76.99 75.22 -.37 -11.1 CnsTom A CTO .24 .4 8 67.97 51.02 134 60.45 173 61.55 60.01 -1.45 -4.8 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.6 39 15.35 11.20 28 13.15 140 13.35 12.95 +.10 +5.1 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 9.98 9.55 1 9.92 12 9.92 9.92 +1.7 ConstAlp un Q CNACU 11.21 8.22 10.94 4 10.98 10.70 +.46 +7.4 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .95 .25 .32 84 .32 .32 +3.2 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.3 19 236.62 176.21 1587 222.75 6507 225.75 216.76 +5.94 -2.5 ConstellB N STZ/B 2.68f 1.2 26 234.00 180.00 222.96 1 224.00 219.00 +7.44 -2.0 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 6.60 756 12.15 6964 12.40 11.83 +.05 +9.0tConstPrt n Q ROAD 13.24 10.86 179 12.69 981 12.80 10.86 +.43 +4.9 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 4.91 3.27 34 4.00 151 4.00 3.60 +.25 -3.6 CnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.4 105.95 101.10 1 102.52 195 103.25 102.52 +.70 -1.4 ContainStr N TCS 16 8.50 3.53 182 7.68 966 7.95 7.52 -.14 +62.0 Contango A MCF 6.93 2.22 214 4.37 971 4.77 4.19 +.11 -7.2 ContlBldg N CBPX 21 31.00 21.00 148 30.20 1217 30.55 29.10 +.85 +7.3 ContMatls A CUO 24.60 16.55 0 16.77 2 17.09 16.65 -.13 -11.7 ContlRescs N CLR 69.91 29.08 2608 68.17 8988 69.47 63.81 +3.44 +28.7 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.31 .80 188 1.96 421 2.00 1.79 +.04 +94.1tContraV rs Q CTRV 6.60 1.64 368 1.55 1886 2.60 1.50 -.47 -46.2 Control4 Q CTRL 41 35.99 17.92 286 25.06 1098 25.33 24.40 +.45 -15.8 ConvrgOn n Q CVON .02p 10.83 8.01 98 9.09 296 9.27 8.60 +.17 -8.9 Cnvrgys N CVG .44f 1.9 16 26.66 21.13 278 23.68 2242 24.16 23.59 -.22 +.8 CooperCo N COO .06 25 260.26 216.47 372 228.11 1793 231.25 222.74 +.36 +4.7 CooperTire N CTB .42 1.6 19 40.78 22.58 558 26.00 2529 26.30 25.05 +.66 -26.4 CooperStd N CPS 14 135.00 95.33 97 125.63 410 127.44 122.45 -1.35 +2.6tCopaHold N CPA 3.48f 3.2 13 141.34 110.29 418 109.23 1027 113.97 109.04 -4.42 -18.5 Copart s Q CPRT 35 56.78 30.30 1564 55.57 20769 56.55 54.12 +1.32 +28.7tCopel N ELP .26e 4.2 9.69 6.18 647 6.24 2341 6.52 6.11 -.47 -18.2 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 5.05 530 5.95 1493 6.25 5.75 +.05 -16.2 Corcept Q CORT 18 25.96 10.40 875 18.50 4773 20.00 18.14 -.20 +2.4 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 1.8 69 130.34 86.55 324 124.88 1150 126.86 120.23 +2.59 +14.0 CoreMold A CMT .05 24.50 13.53 25 14.60 141 15.30 13.95 -.02 -32.7 CoreMrk s Q CORE .40 2.1 24 38.20 17.10 496 19.44 1820 19.94 18.17 +.95 -38.4stCorePtLd n N CPLG 27.89 25.25 2150 27.53 4120 28.30 25.25 -1.3 Corecivic N CXW 1.72 7.9 13 31.86 18.61 876 21.67 3619 21.92 21.00 +.58 -3.7sCoreLogic N CLGX 23 52.99 41.95 234 52.51 1249 52.99 51.89 +.37 +13.6 CorEn pfA N CORRpA 1.84 7.4 26.93 24.50 5 24.85 52 25.00 24.75 -.12 -3.5 CorEnInf rs N CORR 3.00 8.3 15 39.42 31.50 62 36.23 332 36.74 36.05 -.06 -5.2 CoreSite N COR 4.12f 3.8 40 120.85 89.76 316 107.27 1286 109.05 104.16 +2.53 -5.8 Corindus n A CVRS 2.25 .66 730 .78 2945 .80 .72 -.01 -23.1 Corium Q CORI 13.93 6.77 341 8.85 1096 8.87 8.12 +.42 -7.9 CorMedix A CRMD .78 .17 4652 .26 12999 .27 .18 +.07 -48.2sCorOnDem Q CSOD 50.67 33.24 964 50.95 2893 51.62 48.27 +2.23 +44.2 CrnstTotR A CRF 3.35 22.2 16.98 13.62 220 15.08 1044 15.13 14.91 -.01 -1.3 CrnrstnStr A CLM 3.40 22.4 17.21 13.10 383 15.18 1294 15.29 15.01 -.05 -1.9 Corning N GLW .72 2.6 35.10 26.11 7558 27.95 31712 28.00 26.23 +1.07 -12.6 CpBT JCP N JBN 1.75 15.4 16.50 9.92 1 11.33 9 11.41 11.23 -.04 -9.8 CorpCapT n N CCT 1.61 9.8 19.00 14.43 328 16.40 1386 16.61 16.34 -.26 +2.6 CorpOffP N OFC 1.10 4.0 14 36.03 24.55 1709 27.19 5202 28.13 27.17 -.59 -6.9 Cort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 6.5 35.11 30.31 1 31.76 2 32.10 31.57 +.01 -3.0 CortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 15.1 18.00 11.06 11 12.62 32 12.85 12.49 -.01 -11.6 CortsJCP N JBR 1.75 15.4 16.49 9.82 3 11.34 4 11.49 11.16 +.06 -9.2 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 6.0 34.50 30.26 1 33.34 1 33.64 32.95 +1.18 +3.1 Corvel Q CRVL 29 61.20 44.81 48 52.85 163 54.75 50.30 -.40 -.1 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 17.64 7.42 85 13.18 427 13.86 11.34 +1.70 +27.2 Cosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 2.9 11.89 5.63 974 8.94 5311 9.43 8.76 -.64 -7.8 Costamre N CMRE .40 5.4 7.78 5.45 356 7.40 1701 7.49 7.22 +.09 +28.2 Costam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 8.1 27.43 22.23 2 23.57 15 23.87 23.50 -.18 -5.8 Costmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 8.6 26.24 23.61 9 24.83 19 24.88 24.76 -.01 -2.4 Costam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 8.6 26.89 24.36 2 25.50 14 25.58 25.50 -.02 -1.3 Costco Q COST 2.28f 1.2 28 201.77 150.00 4056 197.13 13885 200.70 195.00 -1.23 +5.9 Cotiviti n N COTV 45.97 30.84 162 33.98 954 34.68 33.07 +.45 +5.5 Cott Cp N COT .24 1.5 17.78 13.61 944 16.18 2682 16.31 15.65 +.41 -2.9tCoty N COTY .50 3.8 21.68 13.14 11665 13.11 28207 13.66 13.00 -.43 -34.1 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.75 24 2.68 59 2.77 2.60 +.06 -16.5 CountyBcp Q ICBK .28 1.0 16 33.94 23.30 6 27.73 22 28.00 27.50 -.27 -6.8 CoupaSft n Q COUP 55.10 28.52 993 54.07 2827 54.50 50.81 +2.85 +73.2 CousPrp N CUZ .26f 2.7 14 9.63 8.23 4832 9.55 19432 9.60 9.05 +.42 +3.2 CovantaH N CVA 1.00 6.2 17.30 13.00 722 16.25 3818 16.58 15.65 +.50 -3.8 Covenant Q CVTI 35 33.36 15.86 142 31.41 897 31.56 28.13 +1.05 +9.3 CowenInc s Q COWN 41 18.25 11.63 298 15.15 1226 15.25 14.60 -.20 +11.0 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.4 26.24 24.76 51 24.99 82 25.59 24.96 -.02 -2.8 CrackerB Q CBRL 5.00f 3.2 17 179.12 141.75 321 156.04 1344 160.77 155.62 -3.88 -1.8 CraftBrew Q BREW 33 20.40 16.40 25 19.60 232 19.95 19.30 +.25 +2.1 Crane N CR 1.40 1.7 28 102.65 71.23 358 83.79 1180 85.84 83.11 -.69 -6.1 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.5 57 9.95 6.78 16 7.94 93 8.06 7.81 -6.6 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.5 57 12.40 7.54 18 7.98 93 8.09 7.92 -.05 -17.0 Cray Inc Q CRAY 69 28.60 17.20 378 25.50 1258 25.80 24.85 -.15 +5.4 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 3.8 239.54 167.21 215 226.55 1124 227.19 216.41 +2.36 +9.2 CreditAcc Q CACC 16 377.82 210.65 120 356.50 479 358.36 347.50 -5.03 +10.2 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 109.31 0 127.22 6 127.22 121.37 -1.08 -7.3 CSVixMd rs Q TVIZ 18.35 7.93 5 9.28 49 9.92 9.15 +.24 +3.5 CSVixSh rs Q TVIX 25.61 4.63 39507 5.05 208002 6.21 4.93 +.23 -8.8 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 23.92 10.84 52 14.96 335 16.68 14.74 +.52 +27.0 CS FILgCG N FLGE 264.50 174.54 4 255.75 17 256.65 246.33 +3.64 +12.1 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .61e 8.0 8.73 7.28 8 7.58 34 7.67 7.56 -.04 -4.1 CSGoldCvC Q GLDI .57e 6.4 9.60 8.55 5 8.84 30 8.92 8.80 -.04 -2.1 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 34.67 20.03 164 24.96 510 25.17 24.14 +.53 +5.8 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 55.21 37.83 34 44.77 189 44.92 43.55 +.73 +2.6 CS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 9.19 406 10.37 2138 10.71 10.36 -.20 -6.9 CSVSVixMT Q VIIZ 8.53 5.70 3 6.48 11 6.69 6.47 +.11 +7.0 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 60.60 141 74.22 760 75.29 72.05 -1.01 -16.3tCrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.3 3.50 3.13 85 3.17 578 3.18 3.13 +.02 -4.2 CS InvBr n N DBRT 85.47 24.48 0 27.05 2 28.81 26.46 -.12 -46.0 CS LgBrnt n N UBRT 316.38 115.89 295.40 1 295.40 256.38 +23.11 +65.6 CrS Crd n Q USOI 3.08e 11.1 33.00 21.21 0 27.75 7 28.95 27.75 -1.30 +4.1 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.50 22.00 2 26.43 26 27.30 26.34 -.16 -13.6 CS CrdeOil N OIIL 43.86 25.46 1 40.08 8 41.18 40.02 -.64 +13.9 CS VSSilv Q USLV 14.96 9.03 2092 9.75 9146 10.06 9.66 -.21 -16.0 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 7.8 19.98 13.28 3308 15.62 19425 15.77 15.14 -.67 -12.5 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 11.0 2.91 2.56 190 2.62 1160 2.63 2.60 -7.7sCree Inc Q CREE 48.00 20.50 774 47.32 5806 48.00 45.62 +1.47 +27.4 CrescPtE g N CPG .12 1.5 44 9.25 6.40 915 7.89 5641 8.18 7.83 +.17 +3.5sCrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 7.1 33.75 20.00 709 34.00 2207 34.40 31.25 +2.60 +31.8 Cresud Q CRESY .45e 2.7 23.69 15.53 151 16.93 721 17.35 16.26 -.23 -23.4 Criteo SA Q CRTO 19 55.70 21.00 622 24.27 2852 25.32 23.79 -1.07 -6.8sCrocs Q CROX 18.21 6.62 1110 18.26 3777 18.45 17.11 +.98 +44.5 CronosGp n Q CRON 10.39 5.12 3385 6.84 10956 6.84 5.88 +.83 -10.2tCrossAmer N CAPL 2.10m 12.1 39 29.80 17.00 87 17.30 346 17.73 17.00 -.07 -27.2 CrssCtryHl Q CCRN 21 14.65 9.07 234 12.19 568 12.48 11.88 +.10 -4.5 CrosTim N CRT 1.02e 7.2 14 15.75 12.99 17 14.07 60 14.10 13.74 +.29 -4.2 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.20 4.0 114.97 93.14 1335 103.80 8544 104.44 102.45 +1.06 -6.5 CrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1023.93 3 1040.14 9 1043.85 1040.00 +9.14 -8.2 CrownCfts Q CRWS .32 5.5 12 8.05 5.40 50 5.80 163 6.10 5.75 -.15 -10.1 CrownHold N CCK 17 62.27 42.63 1685 43.72 7539 45.34 43.17 -1.84 -22.3sCryolife N CRY .12 .4 66 27.75 16.80 199 27.90 548 28.45 26.30 +1.00 +45.7sCryoPort rs Q CYRX 13.35 3.08 499 13.02 3219 13.60 11.61 +1.00 +51.6 Ctrip.com s Q CTRP 27 60.65 40.13 4578 45.09 20180 46.47 44.72 -1.41 +2.2 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 3.9 28 30.98 22.83 2075 30.95 6002 30.96 30.10 +.67 +7.0 Cubic N CUB .27 .4 72.43 39.58 213 70.35 756 71.20 69.35 -.30 +19.3 CueBioph n Q CUE 17.99 10.30 28 13.60 84 13.85 12.63 -.07 +16.9 CullenFr N CFR 2.68f 2.3 21 121.66 81.09 363 115.83 1547 116.87 113.01 -.19 +22.4 CullnF pfA N CFRpA 1.34 5.3 25.96 24.11 8 25.16 18 25.28 24.97 +.34 +.2 Culp Inc N CULP .36f 1.1 16 34.05 26.15 12 31.75 51 31.90 30.75 +.50 -5.2 CumbldPh Q CPIX 7.96 5.53 4 5.99 27 6.19 5.65 -18.6 Cummins N CMI 4.32 3.0 40 194.18 140.60 1034 143.58 6109 146.10 141.86 -2.96 -18.7 Curis rs Q CRIS 11.35 2.07 970 2.49 7906 3.33 2.20 +.24 -28.9 CurEuro N FXE 120.65 107.60 516 111.89 2082 112.31 110.63 -.10 -3.2 CurAstla N FXA .62 .8 81.36 74.35 78 75.68 151 75.92 75.04 +.18 -3.0 CurBrit N FXB 139.24 122.75 46 129.54 125 129.68 128.50 +.28 -1.3 CurrCda N FXC .03e 81.49 72.98 75 76.11 737 76.84 75.70 +.07 -3.0 CurrChina N FXCH 78.37 71.99 2 76.42 2 76.65 76.42 -.39 +2.0 CurJpn N FXY 91.62 83.92 103 87.37 490 88.57 87.26 -.12 +2.6tCurSwed N FXS 121.32 105.69 2 106.93 10 107.46 105.69 -1.07 -8.0 CurSwiss N FXF 102.27 93.42 29 95.00 177 95.50 94.38 +.26 -1.9 CurtisWrt N CW .60 .5 27 143.38 89.51 206 128.88 1396 131.90 126.79 -1.79 +5.8 CushTRet rs N SRV 1.08 9.0 13.05 10.00 17 12.03 80 12.16 11.58 +.30 +.8 CushngRen N 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15.42 97 15.50 15.08 +.33 -3.6 DxLatBll s N LBJ 49.13 21.06 39 22.74 287 23.83 21.51 -2.71 -29.6 DirTotBBr N SAGG 32.31 30.87 2 31.90 2 31.97 31.90 -.35 +2.5tDxBrzBull s N BRZU 65.25 22.77 3732 24.70 11324 25.97 22.75 -3.39 -38.7 DxBiotBll rs N LABU 116.54 47.47 1022 101.03 4338 101.80 84.91 +11.02 +29.8 DxIndiBll rs N INDL 120.64 69.14 30 77.97 166 78.10 73.18 +2.20 -23.6 DxNGBll rs N GASL 31.99 14.60 112 22.69 590 24.14 20.44 +1.31 -10.6 DrDevMBr N DPK 16.44 10.08 4 12.15 32 12.91 12.13 +.08 -1.4 DxSPOGBl s N GUSH 47.00 15.04 1235 38.97 6129 41.89 34.29 +3.38 +28.4 DxREBear N DRV 15.62 9.81 67 10.90 280 11.71 10.80 -.66 +4.1 Dir20yrTBr N TYBS 21.58 19.69 1 20.76 2 20.76 20.49 -.63 +4.2 DrxJpBull N JPNL 96.48 53.51 3 73.47 21 73.85 71.55 -.30 -4.8 DrxSKBull N KORU 72.86 42.01 31 52.47 143 52.65 48.88 -1.91 -15.8tDxSCBear rs N TZA 18.57 9.27 6676 9.35 38147 10.04 9.27 -.39 -23.8 DxFnBr rs N FAZ 19.25 9.71 1546 10.71 10206 11.52 10.60 +.10 -8.4 DrxHmbBull N NAIL 110.62 41.36 32 58.38 132 61.87 57.26 -1.32 -36.7 Dx30TBear N TMV 22.45 17.07 1049 19.76 6734 19.98 18.83 -.51 +12.1 DxFnBull s N FAS 82.80 43.65 2225 65.80 10437 66.39 61.25 -1.14 -3.8 DrxACInsi N KNOW .48e 1.1 43.81 38.11 21 41.83 56 42.05 41.23 +.30 +.8tDxMCBr rs N MIDZ 19.74 11.37 2 11.61 95 12.13 11.37 -.27 -13.7 Drx300Chin N CHAU 37.53 19.91 108 26.53 597 27.00 25.40 -.50 -10.7 DxHcrBll s N CURE 63.45 37.53 99 45.12 513 45.43 42.37 +.47 -3.2 DxTcBull s N TECL 149.65 69.95 267 143.10 811 143.10 130.50 +7.54 +27.6 DxRetlBll s N RETL 45.73 21.33 6 37.12 44 39.36 36.18 -.21 +3.0 DxSOXBll s N SOXL .12e .1 209.00 78.00 1140 176.28 3280 176.36 162.15 +7.46 +27.8 Dir30TrBul s N TMF 23.46 16.93 895 18.89 3115 19.83 18.68 +.39 -14.6 Dir10TrBear N TYO 16.00 13.12 7 15.22 52 15.25 14.74 -.08 +8.3 Dx10yTBull N TYD 47.36 38.20 0 40.28 11 41.24 40.16 +.28 -8.2 DxMCBull s N MIDU 53.91 33.43 31 48.87 119 50.00 46.74 +.83 +5.3 DrxREBull s N DRN 24.73 14.68 91 19.78 467 19.90 18.31 +1.14 -13.4 DirxChiBull N YINN .38e 1.1 53.89 21.08 819 33.11 4387 33.37 30.33 +.21 -2.7 DirxDMBull N DZK 100.54 64.13 4 77.25 20 77.34 72.90 -1.11 -6.3sDrxSCBull s N TNA .41e .5 83.87 48.17 2567 83.04 9388 83.87 77.62 +2.99 +18.2 DrxSPBull s N SPXL 54.49 33.37 4379 45.27 17747 45.41 42.49 +.62 +2.1 DirxEnBull N ERX 44.29 21.37 1749 38.75 9232 39.62 34.88 +2.50 +10.9 Discover N DFS 1.40 1.9 14 81.93 57.50 1732 74.01 10046 75.11 72.00 -1.99 -3.8 DiscIncA Q DISCA 11 27.92 15.99 6303 20.95 22977 22.26 20.60 -1.39 -6.4 DiscIncC Q DISCK 10 27.15 14.99 4166 19.85 20346 20.87 19.25 -1.10 -6.2tDishNetw h Q DISH 14 66.50 28.80 2958 29.08 13432 30.78 28.80 -1.63 -39.1 Disney N DIS 1.68f 1.7 14 113.18 96.20 6845 99.36 37063 101.65 98.81 -2.84 -7.6 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 3.1 19 12.25 6.45 6 7.05 15 7.21 6.90 +.15 -29.6 DivrsRest Q SAUC 2 3.54 1.12 13 1.25 119 1.26 1.15 +.09 -21.9 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 13.2 14.25 11.61 36 12.36 94 12.44 12.22 -.01 -8.0tDixieGrp Q DXYN 5.21 2.40 6 2.40 90 2.55 2.35 -.15 -37.7 DrReddy N RDY .29e 1.0 42.97 28.13 591 29.02 2233 29.35 28.49 -.09 -22.7sDocuSign n Q DOCU 51.20 37.00 565 50.12 3194 51.20 45.86 +3.75 +26.2 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 27 1.54 122 1.58 1.44 +.06 -14.4 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 3.55 0 4.72 231 4.80 4.20 +.51 -20.0 DolbyLab N DLB .64 1.0 66 74.29 48.00 241 62.97 1470 63.25 60.99 +1.53 +1.6 DollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.3 15 105.82 65.97 7291 89.26 29395 97.08 86.87 -7.36 -4.0 DollarTree Q DLTR 12 116.65 65.63 7654 81.28 32562 96.71 81.01 -13.90 -24.3 DolphnEnt n Q DLPN 5.77 2.47 3 3.23 15 3.29 3.11 +.01 -10.3tDomMidst N DM 1.34f 10.4 9 34.85 12.55 918 12.85 4371 13.65 12.55 -.70 -57.8 DomEngy N D 3.34 5.3 13 85.30 62.31 3405 63.36 18499 64.69 63.06 +.03 -21.8 DomRes un N DCUD 53.58 43.00 57 43.60 290 44.21 43.35 +.02 -15.6 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.94 23.04 54 24.96 204 24.96 24.61 +.32 -2.4sDominos N DPZ 2.20f .9 43 255.00 166.74 557 252.85 2465 257.43 243.18 +2.51 +33.8 Domtar g N UFS 1.74 3.6 18 52.58 36.02 456 48.13 3372 49.72 46.38 +1.28 -2.8 Continued from previous page 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Donaldson N DCI .76f 1.6 24 52.20 42.59 669 46.22 2052 48.14 46.16 -1.19 -5.6 DonegalA Q DGICA .57f 4.1 25 18.25 13.28 36 13.99 115 14.12 13.80 +.04 -19.1 DonegalB Q DGICB .50f 3.7 26 15.91 12.85 13.45 1 13.76 13.45 -.30 -11.6tDonlleyRR rs N RRD .56 9.0 7 12.99 6.22 1369 6.20 4475 6.60 6.19 -.17 -33.3tDonnlyFn n N DFIN 23.75 15.34 234 15.31 1086 15.97 15.24 -.71 -21.4sDorchMin Q DMLP 1.41e 7.1 20 20.93 13.90 40 19.90 284 20.93 19.50 +.05 +30.9 DorianLPG N LPG 8.73 6.20 287 8.28 2474 8.60 6.93 +1.32 +.7 Dorman Q DORM 21 86.32 56.36 340 65.74 708 66.00 64.06 +.38 +7.5 DoubIncSol N DSL 1.80a 8.9 21.56 19.56 367 20.15 1521 20.17 19.95 +.19 -.2 DblLOppCr N DBL 2.00a 9.5 26.09 20.48 56 21.09 434 21.30 20.83 +.23 -5.0sDougDyn N PLOW .96 2.0 33 47.55 29.80 50 47.05 392 47.55 45.53 +1.00 +24.5 DEmmett N DEI 1.00 2.6 25 41.59 34.72 581 38.47 3135 38.67 37.44 +.81 -6.3 DovaPh n Q DOVA 37.00 16.98 370 23.49 1392 25.42 21.05 -1.37 -18.4 Dover N DOV 1.88 2.4 20 109.06 75.74 1206 77.96 6288 78.99 76.67 -.71 -22.8 DoverDG N DDE 2.40 .92 3222 1.95 3535 2.25 1.62 +.21 +91.2 DoverMot N DVD .08f 3.8 10 2.45 1.80 15 2.10 32 2.10 2.03 +.05 +7.7 DowDuPnt N DWDP 1.52 2.3 21 77.08 61.27 8898 66.17 38279 66.55 63.53 +.84 -7.1 DrPepSnap N DPS 2.32 1.9 27 126.65 83.23 665 119.92 5169 121.00 118.75 -.44 +23.6 DragVic n Q LYL 14.99 3.09 12 3.80 141 4.89 3.51 -.76 -12.8sDrprOkw n Q DOTA 10.00 9.71 10.00 8 10.00 9.95 +.10 +2.2 DrpOkwd un Q DOTAU 10.85 10.07 10.70 1 10.70 10.70 +.10 +1.6tDry Gl24 n N DCF .22f 2.3 10.05 9.11 28 9.24 164 9.25 9.11 -.05 -1.7 DryHYSt N DHF .35 11.0 3.60 3.12 115 3.15 555 3.16 3.12 -.01 -5.7 DrMuBdInf N DMB .75 6.0 13.54 12.10 27 12.56 196 12.57 12.46 +.09 -3.4 DryfMu A DMF .54 6.7 10.00 7.93 41 8.12 197 8.14 8.06 +.08 -8.7 DryStrt N LEO .52 6.7 9.18 7.53 69 7.70 466 7.72 7.61 +.08 -10.9 DrySM N DSM .50 6.5 8.85 7.42 110 7.63 534 7.63 7.57 +.06 -10.8 Dril-Quip N DRQ 56.55 35.85 1059 48.10 2782 49.30 45.25 +2.45 +.8 DriveShack N DS .48 7.3 17 6.94 2.41 269 6.58 1670 6.90 6.40 +.11 +19.0 DriveS pfB N DSpB 2.44 9.5 26.49 24.67 25.62 1 25.78 25.62 -.10 -.4 DriveS pfC N DSpC 2.01 8.0 26.08 23.36 25.12 1 25.12 25.12 +.07 DriveS pfD N DSpD 2.09 8.3 25.84 24.25 1 25.19 1 25.30 25.19 -.06 -1.0 DropCar rs Q DCAR 13.52 1.42 130 1.61 423 1.68 1.52 +.02 -60.5 Dropbox n Q DBX 34.83 27.75 2301 29.65 6128 30.60 29.41 -.32 +4.1 DryShips s Q DRYS .14e 1 98.88 .98 558 3.96 4070 4.10 3.80 -.10 +12.2 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.1 96.65 82.01 4 84.38 4 86.25 84.15 -.85 -8.7 DuPnt pfB N DDpB 4.50 4.4 110.00 100.00 2 101.64 5 102.60 101.06 +.09 -6.1 Ducomun N DCO 20 35.55 25.06 32 34.61 169 34.87 33.51 +.06 +21.7 Df&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 9.6 17.29 13.50 71 14.61 343 14.67 14.30 +.16 -5.9 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.1 9.33 8.40 44 8.50 182 8.50 8.43 +.06 -4.0 DukeEngy N DUK 3.56 4.7 17 91.78 72.93 3401 76.08 14509 77.57 75.49 +.27 -9.5 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.0 26.60 23.71 23 25.45 87 25.45 25.13 +.15 +.4 DukeRlty N DRE .80 2.8 22 30.14 24.30 2225 28.46 10596 28.52 27.77 +.52 +4.6 DuluthH n Q DLTH 24 21.77 15.13 291 17.94 748 17.98 17.08 +.14 +.5 DunBrad N DNB 2.09 1.7 18 130.95 101.17 339 124.75 1095 125.21 120.23 +2.75 +5.4 Dunkin Q DNKN 1.39 2.2 27 68.45 50.89 1296 63.78 5246 64.96 63.17 -1.38 -1.1 DurectCp Q DRRX 2.55 .75 599 2.03 2249 2.10 1.90 +.06 +120.2 Dycom N DY 22 123.99 73.95 477 92.83 2381 95.99 90.88 -.56 -16.7 Dynagas N DLNG 1.69 21.3 15.94 7.51 212 7.93 603 8.19 7.61 +.05 -27.0 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.8 26.98 25.09 8 25.61 37 25.80 25.41 -.03 -1.6 Dynasil Q DYSL 8 2.06 1.09 22 1.34 57 1.37 1.31 -.01 +13.6 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.75 2.10 8 3.00 16 3.00 2.90 +.10 +4.0 DynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 5.35 1643 16.20 6245 17.05 15.45 -.55 -13.4 DynexCap N DX .72 11.1 15 7.41 6.02 199 6.48 1218 6.55 6.43 +.01 -7.6 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.3 26.00 25.04 3 25.56 6 25.60 25.45 -.04 +.2 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 7.8 25.16 23.25 7 24.36 53 24.37 24.06 +.20 -1.6E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 9.1 23.41 18.72 57 20.33 150 20.40 20.14 +.08 -2.1 ETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 8.1 26.25 19.00 23.06 40 23.09 22.54 +.50 -4.2 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 8.0 27.18 20.31 203 23.37 1596 23.46 22.53 +.59 -3.4 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 16.92 14.33 16.67 11 16.77 16.57 -.01 +4.0 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 8.6 19.18 14.59 18 16.88 157 16.92 16.40 +.33 -2.5 E-TrFood N FUD 19.82 17.55 18.34 1 18.38 18.13 +.24 +1.9 E-TrcEngy N UBN 10.00 5.67 1 9.38 3 9.55 9.38 -.18 +20.5 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 22.8 20.09 13.13 58 15.46 200 15.60 15.35 -.07 -6.0 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.35 12.85 56 16.14 82 16.20 15.98 -.04 +4.9 E-TrcSilv N USV 22.76 19.91 2 20.72 3 20.81 20.68 +.16 -4.7 E-Trade Q ETFC 25 66.07 34.00 2477 64.08 12387 64.74 61.93 -.06 +29.3 eBay s Q EBAY 26 46.99 33.89 7805 38.34 40275 38.86 37.18 +.40 +1.6 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.7 27.47 25.00 89 26.33 298 26.36 26.11 -.04 -2.3 ECA MTrI N ECT .33e 16.3 5 2.55 1.45 52 2.00 152 2.05 2.00 -7.0 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 3.85 2.07 38 2.27 199 2.46 2.17 -.12 -20.9 eHealth Q EHTH 28.59 13.61 155 21.48 541 21.66 19.48 +.95 +23.7 ELF Inc n N ELF 28.50 16.82 210 18.38 2017 19.43 18.30 -1.25 -17.6 EMC Inc s Q EMCI .88 3.4 18 32.19 24.51 13 26.05 48 26.07 25.14 +.31 -9.2 EMCOR N EME .32 .4 23 85.08 62.15 190 76.80 1280 78.58 75.80 +.29 -6.1sEMX Roy g A EMX 1.34 .67 104 1.19 858 1.34 1.11 +.09 +43.2 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 1.72 20 1.92 460 2.84 1.80 +.03 -60.6 ENGlobal Q ENG 5 1.46 .73 164 1.30 681 1.30 1.06 +.14 +49.4 ENI N E 1.29e 3.5 40.15 29.44 181 36.59 1816 36.80 34.58 +.71 +10.2 EOG Rescs N EOG .74f .6 128.03 81.99 2904 118.35 14661 120.22 115.16 +.59 +9.7 EP Energy N EPE 4.58 1.27 990 2.77 3920 2.95 2.57 +.10 +17.4 EPAM Sys N EPAM 71 131.75 77.96 145 124.00 789 125.43 121.24 +1.54 +15.4 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 6.3 16 75.55 51.87 414 61.25 2086 62.07 59.80 +.54 -6.4 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.6 29.73 23.38 1 25.94 256 26.28 25.94 +.06 -3.6 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.4 37.59 33.48 34.98 9 35.00 34.50 +.48 -5.1 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.3 25.23 21.60 6 23.00 149 23.47 22.55 +.49 -8.1 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 67.84 43.70 2696 51.91 10384 52.60 48.95 +1.68 -8.8 EQT GP n N EQGP 1.03e 4.1 13 31.77 21.05 200 25.38 757 25.53 24.43 +.36 -5.7 EQT Mid N EQM 4.26f 7.5 11 78.75 50.89 424 56.72 2247 57.16 54.87 +.98 -22.4 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.3 24 16.80 14.16 17 15.91 60 16.00 15.40 +.43 +1.5 ETF SITRis N RISE 25.18 22.59 2 24.68 12 24.77 24.31 -.07 +3.9 ETF JrSil N SILJ 13.81 9.79 42 11.20 181 11.48 11.00 -.19 -1.3 ETF Cyber N HACK 38.33 28.38 226 37.76 1600 37.89 37.00 +.42 +19.3 ETF MobP N IPAY 38.95 29.19 27 38.60 365 38.62 37.62 +.04 +10.6 ETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 26.02 87 29.55 395 30.13 29.44 -.36 +1.0sETF M Vid N GAMR 53.74 39.99 13 53.75 176 53.86 51.62 +1.56 +12.2 ETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 33.54 4 35.27 22 35.31 34.51 +.08 -5.6 ETF AIPw n N AIEQ 28.00 24.03 31 27.83 206 27.90 27.15 +.19 +7.5 ETF MgT ef N WSKY 35.50 31.34 2 32.59 11 32.99 32.17 -.17 -4.7sBlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 34.58 30.11 5 34.67 47 34.71 34.00 +.45 +9.6 ETF Clim N ETHO 37.25 30.23 1 35.59 17 35.69 35.00 +.20 +4.7sETFAlpAlt N ALFA 47.10 39.39 1 47.27 8 47.27 45.90 +.57 +10.4 ETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 8 26.65 40 26.82 26.23 +.09 +1.9 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 5 27.35 77 27.46 27.10 -.01 +.8 ETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 24.92 7 27.62 10 27.76 27.15 +.01 -1.0 NtDUSEq ef N MXDU 28.40 25.93 1 27.50 6 27.50 27.08 +.15 -3.1 ETF RvCp n N RVRS 16.76 14.84 6 16.07 29 16.11 15.83 +.08 +1.1 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 3 15.22 25 15.33 15.22 +.10 -4.1 ETFDeepV N DVP .66e 1.9 36.90 27.30 15 35.29 70 35.56 34.64 +.09 +7.6 GlGoGld n N GOAU 14.13 11.39 6 12.71 37 12.94 12.55 -.22 -2.3 ETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.44 26.54 1 26.59 26.51 -.15 -.8 ETF Seren N ICAN 28.54 25.35 2 28.11 5 28.17 27.62 +.15 +3.6 PremisCap N TCTL 31.57 27.65 12 29.98 15 30.01 29.39 +.07 sAptBehMo N BEMO 34.45 27.21 1 34.60 38 34.60 33.64 +.52 +14.1 EtfAlphacln N ALFI 26.95 22.64 25.23 1 25.80 25.23 -.57 +1.1 EtfLonCanc Q CNCR 32.32 21.09 39 28.52 105 28.61 27.64 +.17 +19.9 EtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.10 23.22 1 26.23 4 26.28 25.78 +.17 +.5 EtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 27.69 17 30.40 94 31.01 30.21 -.79 -6.6 EtfDiaHVal N DHVW .99e 3.0 33.86 30.05 5 32.49 25 32.49 31.83 +.18 -2.7 EtfValidea Q VALX 30.40 26.27 0 29.84 1 29.96 29.28 +.22 +2.9 EtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 26.9 10.33 6.55 629 7.73 3144 7.73 7.36 +.32 -10.2 ETF BioPr n N BBP 45.18 37.33 1 44.02 8 44.33 42.24 +1.30 +8.5 ETF ClinT n N BBC 36.25 25.88 22 35.03 88 35.10 33.44 +1.11 +23.2sInfrCpPfd N PFFR 26.27 23.61 2 24.39 52 26.27 23.95 +.14 -2.6 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT 1.13e 4.7 25.95 23.87 17 24.29 55 24.42 24.23 -.06 -3.7tEtf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 23.83 3 23.99 4 24.00 23.83 -.29 -8.4 ETF Virt n N CUMB 26.08 24.38 3 25.02 7 25.06 24.88 +.16 -1.8 ETF PrMtl N GLTR 68.06 59.21 187 63.49 702 63.96 63.42 -.17 -2.3sETFS Com N BCI 25.95 18.58 29 25.24 184 25.95 25.16 -.14 +3.1 ETFS Comd N BCD 27.60 23.25 4 27.19 22 27.28 27.16 -.15 +5.6 ETFS EnCm N BEF 29.22 22.55 28.43 1 28.47 28.43 -.09 +12.0 ETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 117.19 700 124.97 1023 126.21 124.81 -.77 -.9 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 79.11 36 95.38 66 95.68 92.89 +2.23 -6.1 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 83.35 30 85.89 92 86.78 85.82 +.27 -2.9sEVO Pay n Q EVOP 21.49 19.00 926 21.92 3229 22.60 19.65 +2.04 +15.2tEXFO g Q EXFO 5.40 3.30 4 3.45 102 3.50 3.30 -.05 -20.7 eXp Wrld n Q EXPI 19.00 15.01 26 16.94 159 17.50 15.90 -.29 +10.1 EagleBncp Q EGBN 18 69.80 46.20 86 61.65 386 62.23 60.25 +.10 +6.5 EagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.8 16 21.95 17.35 2 19.60 10 19.85 19.30 -.15 -6.4 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 5.96 4.18 325 5.68 1420 5.91 5.40 +.27 +26.8 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.4 8.59 7.11 1 7.41 8 7.53 7.40 -.01 -6.7 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .22p 19.57 14.50 0 15.77 1 16.10 15.77 -.05 -2.5 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.5 17.45 14.83 12 15.33 63 15.33 15.10 +.08 -7.6 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 26 122.49 86.51 336 108.16 1913 110.50 105.92 +1.06 -4.5 EaglePhm Q EGRX 33 84.20 45.05 236 67.16 743 68.52 64.52 +.42 +25.7 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.4 21.60 17.28 142 18.18 273 18.21 17.99 +.19 -3.3 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.7 26.36 24.96 4 25.28 39 25.34 25.24 -2.1 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.4 26.60 25.50 0 26.17 3 26.17 25.94 +.16 -.5 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.75 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+.18 -5.6 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.1 13.01 11.23 27 11.48 119 11.50 11.41 +.10 -5.6 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.3 20 60.95 45.06 614 54.25 3211 55.02 53.78 -.73 -3.8 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 6.6 15.88 12.94 125 15.61 456 15.63 15.32 +.10 +7.6 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.0 17.72 14.41 137 17.60 628 17.60 17.15 +.16 +15.6 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.1 15.33 14.03 136 14.89 552 14.97 14.79 +.05 +3.9 EVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 6.7 17.29 15.93 35 16.75 117 16.81 16.54 +.16 +2.7 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.5 14.29 12.67 256 12.79 1146 12.79 12.69 +.09 -6.3 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 16.00 12.35 0 12.82 5 12.89 12.71 +.16 -3.0 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.5 14.04 12.26 1 12.44 19 12.51 12.40 +.03 -5.1 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.4 14.39 12.52 0 13.08 4 13.10 12.91 +.16 -2.9 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.5 14.52 12.04 1 12.87 10 12.88 12.71 +.16 +.3 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.99 11.60 86 11.84 463 11.99 11.78 +.02 -5.4 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.9 12.95 11.47 34 11.90 143 12.03 11.81 +.06 -3.3 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.4 21.20 18.81 12 19.44 94 19.55 19.36 +.05 -6.2 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.2 13.13 11.39 65 11.85 389 11.96 11.80 -.02 -4.4 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 5.1 23.54 20.02 33 20.36 156 20.43 20.15 +.23 -9.6 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.3 13.52 11.51 3 11.88 24 11.89 11.81 +.09 -4.4 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.4 12.95 10.99 7 11.29 22 11.38 11.24 +.07 -3.9 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.3 13.64 10.48 2 10.84 8 10.89 10.82 +.06 -6.3 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.4 13.34 11.01 26 11.26 91 11.30 11.19 +.10 -8.7 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 11.84 22 12.20 73 12.32 12.08 +.18 -4.0 EV OHMu A EIO .70 6.0 14.70 11.35 10 11.62 19 11.65 11.50 +.14 -8.5 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.9 14.11 12.10 1 12.47 21 12.50 12.37 +.09 -4.3 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.4 13.35 11.62 1 12.13 12 12.16 11.79 +.23 -2.5 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.3 12.66 11.23 4 11.45 10 11.47 11.33 +.06 -6.1 EVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 11.9 9.92 8.74 166 9.37 767 9.42 9.24 +.10 -2.7 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.5 15.06 14.01 63 14.68 393 14.70 14.51 +.17 +1.7 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.4 6.87 6.31 61 6.59 348 6.60 6.53 +.01 +1.1 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.2 14.64 13.08 53 13.21 232 13.22 13.08 +.09 -7.9 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 11.7 11.98 9.17 59 9.88 136 9.95 9.77 +.04 -3.6 EV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.6 24.43 21.01 139 22.78 471 22.92 22.41 -2.1 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.3 18.45 16.06 166 16.96 674 17.04 16.75 -.03 -2.1 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.5 26.83 22.60 52 25.34 380 25.72 25.23 -.44 -.2 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.2 12.62 10.17 398 12.35 1464 12.37 12.15 +1.3 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.4 9.84 8.02 708 9.35 2678 9.36 9.13 +.08 -.3 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 8.1 17.27 15.28 60 15.99 375 16.08 15.81 +.01 -4.4 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 10.0 12.74 11.15 247 11.74 872 11.74 11.52 +.06 -1.5 EVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.6 15.63 14.19 180 15.42 706 15.48 15.29 +.02 +.3 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 24 87.50 52.80 172 74.90 628 76.30 74.10 -.32 -5.5 Echelon rs Q ELON 6.98 4.07 2 4.24 9 4.45 4.11 -.01 -23.5 EchoGLog Q ECHO 68 32.95 13.00 267 28.45 1079 28.53 27.30 +.70 +1.6tEchoStar Q SATS 14 62.50 46.86 255 47.25 1094 48.67 46.84 -.76 -21.1 EclipseRs N ECR 23 3.10 1.23 1043 1.60 4802 1.67 1.46 +.11 -33.3 Eco-StimE Q ESES 1.74 .76 10 .86 275 .88 .76 +.04 -31.7 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.1 31 150.46 125.74 759 143.60 4560 144.64 141.59 -1.11 +7.0 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 2.9 14.45 10.25 14 13.60 24 13.60 12.80 +.27 +29.5 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .7 23.34 8.60 1725 21.70 9118 21.90 20.45 +1.26 +48.3 Edenor N EDN 63.29 28.88 141 44.92 788 48.35 43.74 -3.38 -9.6 EdgeTher n Q EDGE 17.77 .84 303 .91 2072 1.00 .90 -.00 -90.3 Edgewater Q EDGW 7.30 4.25 13 5.55 135 5.68 4.72 -.07 -11.1 Edgewell N EPC 11 78.04 39.50 625 44.15 4121 46.10 43.29 -.23 -25.7 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42f 4.0 14 83.38 57.63 2245 60.84 9201 62.95 60.53 -2.14 -3.8 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 13.12 1683 37.01 4810 40.43 34.71 +.48 +20.4 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 4.1 30 40.84 30.07 3915 37.94 7684 40.24 34.53 +3.25 +8.6 EducDevel Q EDUC .40f 1.8 37 27.93 7.05 47 21.70 332 25.80 19.45 -4.05 +14.5 EdwLfSci s N EW 47 143.22 100.20 1533 141.91 4962 142.23 134.38 +5.96 +25.9seGain Q EGAN 13.15 1.45 232 12.95 1182 13.20 11.85 +.80 +146.7tEgaletCp Q EGLT 3.47 .42 406 .46 1546 .50 .42 -.03 -54.0 eHiCarSvc N EHIC 13.43 8.89 159 13.24 1141 13.41 13.22 -.06 +14.4 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 18.00 6.10 299 13.75 1009 14.65 13.05 +.75 -1.4 8x8 Inc N EGHT 23.05 10.30 1491 19.15 5947 19.45 17.90 +.60 +35.8 8Point3E n Q CAFD 1.12 9.1 13 15.92 11.69 120 12.29 718 12.34 12.26 +.02 -19.2 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 .99 201 1.70 1791 1.73 1.56 +.18 -20.2 ElPasoEl N EE 1.44f 2.5 25 61.15 48.05 229 58.60 882 59.13 57.65 +.55 +5.9 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 5.0 51.33 45.41 47.68 2 48.01 47.05 +.09 -2.2 ElPolLoc h Q LOCO 66 14.85 9.05 169 10.65 929 10.90 10.55 -.15 +7.6 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.42 1.90 5 2.16 36 2.16 1.96 +.03 -23.9 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.5 20 153.13 111.01 72 120.67 487 120.72 114.88 +7.04 -9.5 EldorGld g N EGO .02e 11 3.24 .80 3996 1.11 14619 1.16 1.09 -.02 -22.4sEldorRsts Q ERI 59 45.95 18.80 461 45.40 2716 45.95 43.78 +.90 +37.0 ElectSci Q ESIO 9 27.72 7.50 583 20.15 2264 20.88 19.57 -6.0 ElectroSen Q ELSE 33 5.24 2.96 6 3.96 13 3.98 3.81 +.16 -2.2tElectrmed A ELMD 18 7.96 4.64 25 4.69 53 4.95 4.60 -.15 -22.7sElectArts Q EA 30 134.61 99.63 2898 135.69 9368 135.80 129.84 +3.84 +29.2 EFII lf Q EFII 50.98 25.28 267 34.22 1096 34.28 32.61 +1.15 +15.9 ElectrAc n Q ELEC 11.46 10.00 10.47 5 10.53 10.47 -.03 +1.5 ElctmAc un Q ELECU 10.80 8.36 10.80 1 10.80 9.00 +.40 +1.9 ElevCr n N ELVT 9.48 5.90 58 7.58 426 7.95 7.55 -.05 +.7 EliLilly N LLY 2.25 2.7 80 89.09 73.69 4057 84.85 22006 85.68 81.65 +2.08 +.5 EllieMae N ELLI 74 114.95 79.71 817 106.46 2333 109.56 102.96 +1.11 +19.1 EllingtnF N EFC 1.76 11.1 12 16.83 14.12 79 15.87 397 16.43 15.74 +.02 +9.4 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 13.0 14 15.74 10.23 113 11.39 490 11.72 11.37 -.16 -5.4 Ellomay A ELLO 11.09 7.50 1 8.11 13 8.40 7.52 +.24 -9.9 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.5 9.88 8.81 13 9.42 56 9.42 9.28 +.05 +.1 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.5 26.20 23.39 1 23.98 6 24.24 23.80 -.13 -4.5 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92b 4.5 17 21.10 18.90 2 20.55 20 20.55 20.40 +.09 +.5 EloxxPh n Q ELOX 16.32 11.11 44 15.00 239 15.25 14.00 +.29 +31.6 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 3 4.20 23 4.47 4.09 +.17 +2.9 eMagin A EMAN 2.95 1.23 184 1.60 491 1.65 1.45 -3.0 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 3.0 28.25 22.07 2 22.52 2 23.24 22.25 -.97 -15.1 EAndinB N AKO/B .74e 2.8 31.80 23.90 9 26.56 52 27.16 24.99 -1.03 -9.3 Embraer N ERJ .13e .5 28.55 17.90 845 24.16 4380 24.83 22.86 -1.23 +1.0sEmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12 3.2 18 35.77 26.50 2 34.50 8 35.77 33.13 -.28 +13.7 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 12.20 4.40 563 5.20 1295 5.20 4.95 +.10 -19.4 EmerExp n N EEX .29f 1.4 24.56 18.19 150 20.58 727 21.37 20.24 -.32 +1.2 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 11.01 5.65 591 7.54 1711 8.23 7.47 -.24 +4.9 EmergBio N EBS 30 55.91 31.01 231 52.00 1191 52.89 49.57 +2.01 +11.9 EmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.7 27 74.45 57.39 3483 71.37 11318 71.93 70.27 -1.12 +2.4 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 5 1.48 40 1.49 1.45 +1.4 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 5.84 2.44 17 5.68 61 5.70 5.34 +.07 +61.4 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 15.88 13 22.35 54 24.00 19.75 +1.45 -17.2 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.0 21.53 15.17 15 17.08 46 17.10 16.38 +.64 -17.4 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.0 21.30 15.28 2 17.00 8 17.00 16.34 +.57 -16.6 EmpOP250 N FISK .34 2.0 21.17 15.88 1 17.00 2 17.00 16.56 +.60 -16.7 EmpStRTr N ESRT .34 2.0 44 21.66 15.94 1602 17.11 5678 17.18 16.42 +.56 -16.7 EmployH N EIG .80 2.0 14 50.45 38.35 87 39.80 476 40.45 39.40 -.65 -10.4 EElChile N EOCC 1.07e 4.9 29.41 21.47 34 21.64 121 22.30 21.48 -.70 -19.6 EnLinkLP N ENLK 1.56 8.8 18.58 12.75 944 17.73 4331 17.86 15.72 +1.83 +15.4sEnableMid N ENBL 1.27 7.5 19 16.66 12.89 501 16.90 2458 16.99 15.37 +1.45 +18.8 EnantaPh Q ENTA 56 108.00 29.46 150 98.76 658 101.50 95.30 +2.30 +68.3 EnbrdgEM N EEQ 1.40t 16.49 8.38 449 9.60 2261 9.60 9.23 +.24 -28.3 EnbrdgEPt N EEP 1.40 14.2 11 16.92 8.89 818 9.89 4322 9.92 9.55 +.19 -28.4 Enbridge N ENB 2.68 42.31 29.00 4706 30.73 17599 31.20 30.36 -.51 -21.4 EnCana g N ECA .06 .5 21 14.31 8.01 8519 12.40 29390 13.10 12.25 -.24 -7.0sEncompHlth N EHC 1.00 1.5 24 65.87 42.21 467 64.94 2239 65.87 62.98 +1.64 +31.4 EncoreCap Q ECPG 11 52.00 35.30 269 40.20 1485 40.75 39.20 +.20 -4.5 EncorW Q WIRE .08 .2 15 58.70 37.30 79 48.70 306 50.30 48.15 -.50 +.1 EndvSilv g N EXK 47 3.24 1.94 689 2.81 2635 2.89 2.75 -.04 +17.6 Endo Intl Q ENDP 14.15 5.27 2645 6.30 12203 6.54 6.17 -.01 -18.7 Endocyte Q ECYT 14.86 1.17 1029 13.50 4925 14.56 13.19 +.17 +215.4 Endologix Q ELGX 6.50 3.75 1394 5.52 3369 5.80 5.40 -.13 +3.2 EndurIntl Q EIGI 9.50 6.95 511 9.00 1459 9.15 8.80 +.15 +7.1 EnduroRT N NDRO 1.55e 48.4 9 4.41 2.18 125 3.20 418 3.30 3.10 +.09 +1.6 Energen N EGN .08 .1 23 71.97 46.16 1830 64.11 5352 69.11 63.90 -2.09 +11.4 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 1.9 21 64.00 40.64 632 60.09 2661 62.61 59.77 -.54 +25.2 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 627 18.02 1730 18.70 17.88 -.45 -7.4 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.48 1.51 7 2.27 76 2.47 2.17 +.09 -7.3 EnFuel grs A UUUU 2.21 1.30 429 1.91 1434 1.96 1.82 -.04 +6.7 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.13 410 8.57 1153 8.66 8.11 +.19 -2.1 EgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22 7.0 21 19.34 12.80 2546 17.49 15763 17.61 16.56 +.74 +1.3 EngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 11.8 19 22.12 15.06 3795 19.20 18544 19.24 18.35 +.65 +7.1 EnrgXXi hn Q EGC 27.16 3.41 419 7.40 1902 7.74 6.88 +.31 +28.9 Enerpls g N ERF .12e 1.0 16 13.49 7.55 1202 12.50 3942 12.53 11.53 +.68 +27.7 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 2.2 12.11 9.21 2187 9.59 5437 10.24 9.48 -.66 -14.1 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 4.1 6.57 5.03 538 5.35 2045 5.67 5.32 -.31 -5.8sEnerSys N ENS .70 .9 29 81.45 61.33 230 80.35 919 81.48 78.71 +.15 +15.4 Engility N EGL 35.63 21.19 77 31.92 374 32.37 31.20 +.26 +12.5 EnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.05f 5.8 16 20.00 13.80 785 18.05 2498 18.10 16.15 +1.75 +2.6 Ennis Inc N EBF .80 4.3 14 21.50 15.90 62 18.65 278 18.95 18.20 +.40 -10.1 EnovaIntl N ENVA 19 35.35 11.15 310 34.15 2131 34.35 31.05 +2.30 +124.7sEnphase Q ENPH 6.37 .70 2002 5.78 10935 6.37 5.53 +.17 +139.8 EnPro N NPO .96f 1.3 41 94.79 66.01 161 72.59 743 76.79 72.53 -2.84 -22.4 ENSCO N ESV .04 .6 7.60 4.10 11309 6.58 53421 6.69 6.13 +.21 +11.3 Enservco A ENSV 1.50 .28 218 1.35 825 1.45 1.31 -.05 +109.6sEnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .5 30 37.20 18.00 286 36.74 1031 37.20 35.22 +.58 +65.5 EnstarGp Q ESGR 18 237.30 180.50 25 204.10 166 207.50 201.70 -2.60 +1.7 EnSync A ESNC .65 .31 151 .34 399 .37 .34 -.02 -13.4 EntegraFn Q ENFC 24 30.70 22.00 8 28.90 31 28.90 28.05 +.55 -1.2 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 31 38.25 21.78 798 36.05 2906 36.13 34.40 +1.35 +18.4tEntercom N ETM .36 5.2 9 12.43 6.80 3821 6.90 10584 7.33 6.65 -.30 -36.1 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 5.0 25.29 23.08 45 24.62 163 24.95 24.43 +.40 -2.0 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 5.1 25.60 22.51 3 23.53 20 24.04 23.49 -.17 -5.6 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.45 23.26 9 24.32 30 24.34 23.83 +.52 -3.6 Entergy N ETR 3.56 4.4 35 87.85 71.95 1599 80.11 7156 81.13 79.19 +.38 -1.6 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 23.08 36 24.49 119 24.58 24.03 +.54 -1.3 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 1 25.02 13 25.24 24.83 -.23 -.3 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 4.9 25.72 22.61 4 23.75 15 24.15 23.52 +.02 -4.3 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 23.18 14 24.76 62 24.79 24.23 +.53 -1.6 EntgyNO n N ENO 26.99 24.25 7 25.79 34 26.05 25.49 +.11 +.7 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.2 25.90 23.17 2 24.09 12 24.36 23.62 +.20 -3.5 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.5 27.67 25.02 1 25.83 13 26.13 25.55 +.07 -2.6sEntBcpMA Q EBTC .58 1.4 22 41.38 29.10 22 40.01 102 41.38 38.41 +1.32 +17.5sEntFinSv Q EFSC .44 .8 20 55.35 36.65 101 54.80 530 55.45 53.10 +.40 +21.4 EntProdPt N EPD 1.71f 5.8 21 29.51 23.10 5462 29.38 20097 29.38 27.60 +1.51 +10.8tEntravisn N EVC .20 4.8 42 7.90 3.90 298 4.15 1969 4.30 3.90 -.15 -42.0 EntrResc A EGI .69 .34 55 .42 388 .43 .38 +.05 -30.5 Envestnet N ENV 44 60.28 35.85 406 53.70 1612 55.40 52.80 -1.05 +7.7 EnviroStr A EVI .20e 81 43.10 21.30 8 39.90 57 40.20 38.50 +.15 -.3 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 64.00 23.79 3484 43.96 17221 44.47 42.50 +.39 +27.2 Enviva n N EVA 2.50f 8.2 31.95 25.01 59 30.50 233 31.48 30.01 -.35 +10.3 EnzoBio N ENZ 12.04 5.35 107 6.59 472 6.76 6.41 +.02 -19.1 Epizyme Q EPZM 21.40 9.30 439 17.20 1675 18.55 17.10 -1.25 +37.1 ePlus s Q PLUS 24 97.75 67.65 93 92.00 358 93.75 86.50 +3.30 +22.3 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.4 20 147.02 89.59 1227 114.29 3679 115.77 113.27 -.92 -3.1 Equinix Q EQIX 9.12f 2.3 495.35 370.79 670 399.21 2794 403.32 385.57 +11.16 -11.9 EquitFin n Q EQFN .20p 10.95 9.90 0 10.65 4 10.65 10.45 +.20 -2.3 EqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 26 40.99 29.57 25 40.18 150 40.77 39.69 -.52 +13.5 EquityCmw N EQC 31 32.35 27.96 537 31.03 2419 31.38 30.65 +.21 +1.7 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.3 27.24 25.24 25.74 13 25.74 25.60 -2.3sEqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20 2.4 28 91.94 79.78 370 91.90 1389 92.11 88.31 +3.25 +3.2 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.4 31 70.46 54.97 1981 63.83 10592 64.25 61.17 +2.07 +.1 EquusTR N EQS 30 2.54 2.16 26 2.41 50 2.42 2.36 +.03 +.3sEraGroup N ERA 12 13.36 8.00 60 12.80 202 13.36 12.66 -.06 +19.1 Ericsson Q ERIC .13e 1.8 8.05 5.52 1304 7.25 8659 7.30 7.16 -.17 +8.5 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.9 28 129.73 106.63 34 113.92 277 114.42 111.11 -.23 -6.5 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.65 651 13.80 1511 13.80 12.69 +.95 +43.0 ErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 17.50 0 18.20 7 19.00 18.00 -1.56 -17.3 Escalade Q ESCA .50 3.4 15 14.50 11.45 6 14.50 33 14.50 14.08 +.30 +17.9 EscoTech N ESE .32 .6 19 66.80 50.30 120 56.40 477 58.05 54.60 +.80 -6.4 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 30.95 1105 38.00 3529 39.83 35.80 +.46 -42.3 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.4 59 29.97 21.07 1 29.00 5 29.07 27.34 +1.14 +21.0sEsqFnHld n Q ESQ 26.73 14.51 18 26.24 62 26.73 24.90 +1.42 +32.9 EssaPh gs Q EPIX 46.80 2.00 3 3.63 81 3.75 3.10 +.29 -17.1 Essendant Q ESND .56 4.1 18.30 7.20 465 13.81 1640 14.57 13.80 -.19 +49.0 Essent N ESNT 8 50.08 32.73 749 34.94 2447 35.36 34.25 +.17 -19.5 EssexPT N ESS 7.44f 3.1 28 270.04 214.03 530 238.50 1876 241.62 232.35 +4.30 -1.2 EsteeLdr N EL 1.52 1.0 50 153.88 93.45 1631 148.40 8101 151.71 146.29 -2.04 +16.6 Esterline N ESL 17 102.70 67.15 90 73.35 556 76.28 72.75 -2.10 -1.8 EstreAm n Q ESTR 13.38 8.39 8 10.24 16 11.00 9.81 -1.01 +18.5 EtfSilver N SIVR 17.70 14.92 41 15.96 219 16.12 15.92 -.11 -3.4 EthanAl N ETH .76 3.2 16 33.13 21.50 169 23.75 713 24.40 23.45 -.50 -17.0 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 21.5 19.50 12.50 153 15.38 670 15.73 15.25 +.04 -12.9 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 5.1 77.86 60.01 14 70.11 19 71.13 69.12 +.15 -4.2 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 42.14 25.90 0 38.69 1 38.69 38.33 -.65 +18.7 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 10.4 33.35 23.58 5 24.62 34 25.06 24.22 +.02 -23.5 Etr2xSPX N SPLX 73.35 35.85 54.91 1 54.91 54.91 -.76 +1.2 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 18.1 18.98 15.40 39 15.87 356 15.97 15.66 +.10 -12.4 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 14.9 22.50 17.57 2 19.07 13 19.27 18.79 +.26 -5.6 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 11.5 19.00 14.10 14 16.47 25 16.56 15.61 +.29 +4.6 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 8.6 27.57 19.32 1 23.31 3 23.34 22.50 +1.00 -11.3 UBS VlHdg N XIVH 82.84 11.86 13 14.92 56 15.38 13.78 -.73 -80.7 VelShSP46 N BSWN 24.95 9.02 10.65 1 10.91 10.65 -.32 -40.4 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 145.40 19 160.34 108 161.66 155.60 -.79 -6.8 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 151.77 1 164.51 17 165.86 158.00 -2.37 -7.3 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 51.00 31.45 0 40.49 1 40.49 39.59 +2.62 -5.6 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 51.75 25.63 6 33.50 57 33.81 31.52 +1.40 -11.1 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 18.7 20.30 13.65 15.45 2 15.48 14.75 +.07 -5.2 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.46 11.51 4 15.32 21 15.68 15.20 +.02 -13.5 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 16.6 21.90 14.27 4 18.40 138 18.45 17.64 +.65 -6.3sEtsy n Q ETSY 47 32.63 13.12 2461 31.62 9881 32.72 29.92 +1.18 +54.6 EuroTech Q CLWT 8.45 2.00 2040 4.75 2343 5.85 3.75 +.95 +43.5 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 9.65 6.90 390 9.30 1654 9.55 8.65 +.65 +.5 Euronet Q EEFT 19 101.07 70.67 398 84.40 2118 84.87 80.12 +2.66 +.2 EuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 9.02 3 9.58 26 9.61 9.36 -.03 -2.9 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.21 87 1.83 580 2.45 1.70 -.48 +7.5 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 1.9 19 47.98 37.80 2 47.70 19 47.70 46.15 +.40 +13.8 EveloBio n Q EVLO 16.43 15.50 101 15.97 333 16.20 15.56 -.29 -1.7 Ever-Glory Q EVK 8 4.50 1.96 7 3.90 18 4.35 3.86 -.40 +66.0sEverbrdg n Q EVBG 46.75 21.56 259 46.61 1728 46.87 42.97 +2.82 +56.8 Evercore N EVR 2.00f 1.9 24 111.85 67.80 360 105.40 1850 108.70 104.13 -4.35 +17.1 EverestRe N RE 5.20f 2.3 25 277.17 208.81 179 225.92 1361 227.62 222.95 -.22 +2.1 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 6.08 291 7.55 1272 7.60 7.39 +.12 +.1 EversrceE N ES 2.02 3.6 18 66.15 55.31 2536 55.80 10040 57.43 55.59 -.46 -11.7 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 25.39 6.40 70 7.75 457 8.10 7.50 -.29 +3.3sEvertec N EVTC .40 1.8 18 22.25 12.60 417 21.75 2336 22.25 21.20 +.05 +59.3 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.62 .76 491 1.19 2142 1.25 1.11 +.06 -15.0 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 37 3.72 406 4.43 3.42 -.58 +90.8 Evogene Q EVGN 5.75 2.66 10 3.03 131 3.08 2.96 -.07 -1.3 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 76 2.85 266 3.03 2.77 -.12 +26.1 EvolentH n N EVH 27.50 10.30 2128 19.80 5266 21.00 19.65 -.15 +61.0sEvolus n Q EOLS 28.47 6.75 337 27.28 2044 28.47 23.00 +4.84 +137.2sEvolPetrol A EPM .40 4.0 21 9.80 6.35 239 9.95 778 9.95 9.35 +.60 +45.3 EvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 13.1 9 5.85 3.16 3 3.35 17 3.40 3.30 -28.7 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 18.05 619 18.95 3259 19.74 18.95 -.41 -20.1 ExOne Q XONE 14.23 6.16 94 6.64 730 6.95 6.21 +.35 -21.0 ExactSci h Q EXAS 63.60 31.04 2050 59.54 12635 61.54 51.25 +7.72 +13.3 ExantasCap N XAN .20 2.0 11.38 8.51 150 10.02 521 10.23 9.89 +.04 +6.9tETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.5 20.00 18.24 59 18.31 203 18.37 18.24 +.03 -6.0 ExTrRobo N ROBO .07e .2 46.20 33.79 297 41.76 1462 41.84 41.03 +.04 +1.1 RxVlmxWk A VMAX 31.03 2.69 1 19.83 2 20.12 19.72 +.31 +62.0 Ber US Rs n N BERN 29.41 24.94 28.04 2 28.17 28.04 -.26 +4.3 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 2 26.93 18 27.05 26.70 -.01 -.8 ETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 15.59 2 20.74 9 20.77 20.23 -.04 +8.9 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 87 3.13 485 3.19 3.00 -.08 -90.9 ExTGldSP N GHS 1.33e 4.0 36.05 28.94 0 32.99 1 32.99 32.75 -.01 +1.0 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 31.07 84 37.93 411 38.04 36.56 +.57 -.3 ExelaTch n Q XELA 10.00 4.15 106 4.81 836 4.90 4.29 +.34 -6.6 Exelixis Q EXEL 25 32.50 18.03 3790 20.58 12358 21.18 20.14 -.26 -32.3 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.4 12 42.67 35.37 6910 40.99 29203 41.72 40.33 +.32 +4.0 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 43 64.34 51.70 240 59.08 742 59.95 55.26 +2.76 -2.1 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges 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Expedia Q EXPE 1.20 1.0 55 161.00 98.52 1679 120.02 6733 122.42 116.50 +2.19 +.2sExpdIntl Q EXPD .90f 1.2 26 75.66 51.96 1882 75.62 6920 75.90 72.80 +2.26 +16.9sExponent s Q EXPO 1.04 1.0 61 100.45 56.95 147 101.40 457 101.80 96.20 +4.90 +42.6 Express N EXPR 30 11.34 5.28 2942 9.15 19068 10.50 8.24 +.19 -9.9 ExpScripts Q ESRX 10 85.07 55.80 2890 77.07 10912 77.39 75.17 -.01 +3.3sExtendStay N STAY .88f 4.2 44 21.39 16.27 1347 21.20 8654 21.39 19.50 +1.19 +11.6 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.29 152 27.18 628 28.89 27.03 -.77 -13.5sExtraSpce N EXR 3.44f 3.6 23 97.34 73.70 604 96.61 3654 97.34 94.62 +1.46 +10.5sExtrOilGs n Q XOG 17.38 10.28 2186 17.16 10470 17.42 15.60 +1.44 +19.9 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 8.10 1794 8.88 9565 9.14 8.51 -.11 -29.1 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.28f 4.0 18 89.30 72.16 9867 81.83 59886 82.35 77.53 +3.12 -2.2 EyePtPh Q EYPT 2.88 .93 359 2.28 1427 2.34 1.99 +.27 +111.1 EyegatePh Q EYEG 1.99 .29 301 .57 1180 .59 .53 -.02 -46.9 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 7.32 1 8.02 42 8.61 7.93 -.04 -19.2 Ezcorp Q EZPW 17 15.10 7.55 654 13.00 2525 13.00 12.20 +.35 +6.6F -:sF5 Netwks Q FFIV 23 176.33 114.63 665 175.19 3445 176.34 171.59 +.39 +33.5 FAT Br n Q FAT .12p 13.99 5.54 16 6.91 40 7.50 6.85 -.03 -22.5 FB Finl n N FBK .06p 17 45.43 32.84 300 41.24 956 41.88 40.70 -.31 -1.8sFBL Fn N FFG 1.84 2.3 18 81.80 59.75 17 79.90 84 81.80 78.48 +.15 +14.7 FC GlbRlty Q FCRE 1.68 .65 27 .77 170 .84 .75 -.00 -15.4 FCB Fin N FCB 23 62.15 39.90 246 61.25 1068 62.05 59.10 -.15 +20.6 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 7 11.01 18 11.05 10.97 +.01 -.1tFGL Hldg n N FG 11.94 8.20 929 8.31 4831 8.64 8.20 -.38 -17.5 FLIR Sys Q FLIR .64 1.2 33 55.67 33.95 696 54.73 3578 55.01 53.08 +.90 +17.4 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .7 17 98.70 71.43 957 88.27 4156 89.39 86.93 -1.40 -6.8 FNB Bnc s Q FNBG .52 1.4 38.94 25.52 10 38.49 21 38.62 37.59 +.36 +5.5 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.6 14 14.92 12.02 1807 13.44 11579 13.59 13.21 -2.7 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 5 27.90 23 28.16 27.81 -.20 -4.6 FNCB Bc n Q FNCB .04p 10.00 8.75 1 9.25 4 9.34 9.10 +.19 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.69 18.31 1 19.24 3 19.28 19.19 +.13 -.2 FTFQMom N MOM 26.26 22.36 4 25.96 4 25.96 25.67 +.11 +8.0 FTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.9 25.68 23.17 23.85 2 23.85 23.75 +.17 -4.0 FqfOAsiaDv N OASI .43e 32.18 27.53 0 29.35 6 29.37 28.90 +.17 -2.2 FqfOEurDiv N OEUR .15e 26.90 23.65 8 24.16 45 24.30 23.79 -.20 -5.2 FQFO USDv N OUSA .20e 33.39 28.98 38 30.72 163 30.83 30.30 +.01 -3.7 FRP Hldgs Q FRPH 19 59.95 41.90 41 57.35 179 59.55 56.35 -.55 +29.6 FS Bncp Q FSBW .56f 1.0 13 60.00 42.77 24 58.20 56 59.50 57.45 -.56 +6.7 FS Invest N FSIC .76 9.7 9 9.40 6.95 923 7.80 3894 7.80 7.60 +.10 +6.1 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.23 14.60 1 17.58 1 17.58 17.20 +.08 +3.4 FTD Cos Q FTD 20.65 3.46 223 5.54 1046 6.14 5.49 -.34 -22.9 FTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 14.10 61 20.06 82 21.00 18.00 +1.06 +21.6sFTI Cnslt N FCN 27 63.57 31.65 240 62.50 1146 63.57 61.56 +.25 +45.5tFTS Intl n N FTSI 22.60 18.84 537 18.31 1635 19.94 18.24 -1.65 -6.6 Fabrinet N FN 12 47.02 24.02 557 36.14 2190 37.64 34.27 -.71 +25.9 Facebook Q FB 36 195.32 144.56 17157 193.99 80301 194.55 183.71 +9.07 +9.9 FactsetR N FDS 2.56 1.3 26 217.36 155.09 159 203.93 957 204.66 198.16 +2.97 +5.8sFairIsaac N FICO .08 48 186.76 131.35 174 187.38 779 187.68 180.42 +6.09 +22.3 FairmSant N FMSA 35 6.39 2.47 5.63 6880 5.89 5.42 +.13 +7.6 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.38 48 6.65 201 7.70 6.60 -.85 +1.5 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 4.0 5.69 3.01 2564 4.98 34694 5.56 4.96 -.43 -10.8 Fanhua Q FANH .65e 2.2 51 33.81 8.21 226 29.92 1211 30.47 28.43 +.76 +38.4 FarmerBrs Q FARM 35.05 23.60 71 30.00 279 30.25 28.45 +1.45 -6.7 FarmMer s Q FMAO .52 1.2 23 46.00 24.44 7 41.90 32 42.00 40.75 +.46 +2.7 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 .9 22 54.35 32.60 22 53.70 94 54.05 52.20 +.48 +39.5 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28 1.8 19 15.95 12.80 90 15.75 184 15.95 15.60 -.15 +6.8 Farmland N FPI .51 6.0 78 9.95 7.15 242 8.54 1061 8.70 8.33 +.13 -1.6 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.0 27.96 24.60 10 24.95 22 24.98 24.70 +.18 -3.2 FaroTech Q FARO 65.35 32.25 74 54.60 321 55.95 53.45 -.70 +16.2 Fastenal Q FAST 1.48 2.8 26 58.74 39.79 2650 53.63 10015 54.96 51.76 +1.13 -1.9 FateThera Q FATE 14.45 2.52 365 10.91 1876 11.68 10.70 -.58 +78.6 Fauquier Q FBSS .48 2.3 41 22.25 17.24 20.73 12 21.31 19.95 -.52 -5.3 FedExCp N FDX 2.00 .8 15 274.66 200.84 1132 253.60 4827 254.80 246.31 +2.10 +1.6sFedAgric N AGM 2.32 2.5 94.14 60.88 24 93.88 130 94.79 90.54 +1.65 +20.0sFdAgricA N AGM/A 2.32 2.7 26 86.75 59.25 0 86.20 1 86.75 85.25 +.70 +18.5 FAgMt pfA N AGMpA 1.47 5.7 26.88 24.75 1 25.65 2 25.75 25.25 +.40 +2.1 FAgMt pfB N AGMpB 1.72 6.6 28.80 25.52 26.00 3 26.08 26.00 +.09 -1.3tFAgMt pfC N AGMpC 1.50 5.8 31.25 25.68 1 25.99 5 26.20 25.68 -.55 -6.5 FedRlty N FRT 4.00 3.4 20 135.59 106.41 369 118.57 1824 119.50 115.91 +1.63 -10.7 FedRlt pfC N FRTpC 1.25 5.5 25.48 21.32 23 22.56 60 22.56 22.00 +.43 -10.4 FedSignl N FSS .28 1.2 29 24.86 16.20 282 24.11 1019 24.69 23.58 -.10 +20.0 FedlStA un Q FSACU 10.50 9.53 10 10.40 16 10.50 10.32 +.02 +1.5tFedInvst N FII 1.08f 4.4 9 36.76 24.05 1508 24.39 5836 24.97 24.05 -.44 -32.4sFedNatHld Q FNHC .32 1.4 21 24.03 9.78 93 23.32 589 24.03 21.89 +.88 +40.7 FedPMu N FMN .88 6.6 15.07 13.19 18 13.43 121 13.48 13.25 +.11 -4.3 FenncPhr n Q FENC 14.99 7.55 98 12.03 457 12.51 10.72 +.91 +20.1 Ferrari n N RACE 141.56 84.38 287 132.90 1799 133.81 125.95 +1.71 +26.8 Ferrellgs N FGP .40 10.8 5.75 2.87 178 3.72 487 3.80 3.65 -.06 -13.1 Ferro N FOE 17 25.50 17.15 552 20.77 1748 21.04 20.27 +.07 -12.0 Ferrogl n Q GSM .16 1.5 17.61 10.00 799 10.40 3393 10.60 10.21 +.06 -35.8 FiatChrys N FCAU 24.95 10.46 13195 21.55 38410 23.29 20.84 -.27 +20.8 FibriaCelu N FBR .09e .5 22.05 9.56 1469 18.83 5342 19.13 18.42 -.45 +28.1tFibrocll rs Q FCSC 23.18 2.39 277 2.40 1629 2.81 2.21 -.47 -25.0 FibroGen Q FGEN 63.00 25.35 375 54.05 2053 54.40 50.75 +2.40 +14.0 FidCorpBd N FCOR 1.58 3.3 51.30 48.13 7 48.46 26 49.00 48.38 -.23 -4.9 FidLtdTm N FLTB .98 2.0 50.75 49.21 17 49.43 132 49.61 49.31 -.03 -1.4 FidTotBd N FBND 1.20e 2.5 50.80 48.42 41 48.66 195 49.16 48.65 -.22 -3.2 FidD&D n Q FDBC .96 1.9 52.00 33.09 2 50.90 6 50.90 50.05 +.90 +23.2 FidCnsDis N FDIS .40e 1.0 42.99 34.66 53 41.70 240 41.75 41.08 +.19 +6.6 FidCnsStpl N FSTA .87e 2.9 35.47 29.50 86 30.05 211 30.59 29.95 -.11 -12.4 FidEnergy N FENY .53e 2.5 22.21 17.01 288 21.31 1140 21.51 20.56 +.52 +6.3 FidFinan N FNCL .60e 1.5 43.90 34.36 234 40.56 946 40.76 39.54 -.46 -.5 FidHlthCre N FHLC .70e 1.7 44.44 37.05 98 41.20 438 41.24 40.27 +.27 +3.0 FidIndls N FIDU .56e 1.5 41.28 34.01 94 38.53 276 38.75 37.98 -.14 -.4 Fid Val n N FVAL 35.18 28.89 28 33.09 89 33.12 32.41 +.18 +.7 Fid Qual n N FQAL 34.02 28.40 17 32.64 72 32.72 31.97 +.28 +2.7sFidInfoTch N FTEC .42e .7 56.55 42.32 443 56.57 2261 56.57 54.80 +1.10 +13.2 Fid Moment N FDMO 33.84 27.70 70 33.72 183 33.74 32.92 +.33 +7.8 Fid LowVol N FDLO 32.45 27.57 14 31.17 40 31.21 30.55 +.20 +1.9 Fid RisR n N FDRR 32.71 27.94 34 30.81 327 30.81 30.20 +.13 +.5 Fid CoreD n N FDVV 30.41 26.24 15 29.44 150 29.52 28.90 +.16 +2.6 FidMsciRE N FREL .86e 3.6 25.36 21.73 162 23.90 431 23.95 23.36 +.42 -3.2 FidUtils N FUTY 1.21e 3.6 37.01 30.99 46 33.21 249 33.92 33.10 -.16 -3.8 FidTelecm N FCOM .76e 2.7 33.57 27.59 16 28.01 95 28.26 27.70 +.12 -9.4 FidelMatls N FMAT .53e 1.5 37.11 30.49 32 34.36 128 34.49 33.76 +.02 -1.9 FidNasdIdx Q ONEQ 2.29e .8 299.75 239.20 39 296.69 117 296.72 289.03 +4.64 +9.4 FidlNatFn N FNF 1.20f 3.2 15 42.52 30.56 867 37.66 6102 38.32 36.93 -.45 -4.0 FidNatInfo N FIS 1.28 1.2 19 105.02 83.36 1088 103.22 5499 103.63 101.82 -.24 +9.7 FidelSo Q LION .48 1.9 16 24.96 20.28 79 24.70 392 24.82 23.84 +.46 +13.3 FidClayOp N FMO 1.72f 14.3 15.43 10.27 227 12.04 752 12.10 11.53 +.40 -8.4 FidusInvst Q FDUS 1.56a 10.8 9 17.74 12.63 77 14.47 480 14.59 14.32 +.02 -4.7 FidsInv23 n Q FDUSL 1.47 5.8 28.00 24.85 10 25.50 21 25.51 25.20 +.10 +2.0 FiestaRst Q FRGI 27.90 15.50 261 24.80 1052 25.15 23.70 +.70 +30.5 FifthThird Q FITB .64 2.1 9 34.67 23.20 5772 30.76 36657 31.20 30.00 -.60 +1.4 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 6.0 30.90 27.00 72 27.47 266 27.60 27.32 -.13 -3.6s51job Q JOBS 109.76 42.57 330 109.76 4613 110.38 104.31 +3.98 +80.4 58.com N WUBA 97 89.90 40.02 1500 82.55 5528 83.57 77.76 +2.08 +15.3 FinTcII n Q FNTE 11.76 9.70 132 9.95 405 9.96 9.93 -.02 +.3 FinclEngin Q FNGN .32 .7 51 44.95 24.45 415 44.75 3177 44.75 44.65 +47.7 FnclInst Q FISI .96 3.0 16 34.10 25.65 31 32.40 216 32.70 31.50 +.20 +4.2 Finisar Q FNSR 14 28.99 14.25 2229 16.78 10425 17.13 15.98 -.24 -17.5 FinLine Q FINL .46 3.4 30 15.28 6.90 1267 13.58 5783 13.72 13.47 +.03 -6.5 FinjanH Q FNJN 3 4.06 1.66 168 2.89 691 2.95 2.84 -.04 +33.8 FireEye Q FEYE 19.36 13.40 3032 16.80 12870 16.89 16.27 +.24 +18.3 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.9 21 62.71 42.86 955 51.95 3537 54.39 51.89 -2.14 -7.3 FstBcpPR N FBP 26 8.10 4.48 1802 7.86 9212 7.98 7.61 -.01 +54.1 FstBcpME Q FNLC .96 3.3 17 32.33 25.00 7 29.17 37 29.40 28.58 +.21 +7.1sFtBcpNC Q FBNC .40f 1.0 24 42.01 27.50 90 41.93 377 42.27 40.44 +.80 +18.7 FstBcMiss Q FBMS .20f .6 21 35.40 26.05 23 34.45 142 35.10 34.25 -.75 +.7 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12 .9 31 14.95 11.15 35 13.75 122 13.95 13.45 -.05 -.7 FstBusey rs Q BUSE .80f 2.5 22 32.88 27.33 95 32.46 459 32.61 31.26 +.53 +8.4 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56 2.1 19 26.95 20.57 28 26.13 69 26.45 25.72 +.10 +18.1 FrstCap Q FCAP .92 2.5 18 43.02 29.81 0 37.48 9 38.47 36.27 +1.13 +2.0 FstCash N FCFS .88f 1.0 35 94.90 53.10 294 92.30 1544 92.35 88.98 +2.20 +36.8 FtChoBc n Q FCBP 29.64 27.17 9 28.48 34 28.48 27.68 +.08 +2.6 FCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .3 22 463.44 323.74 21 443.61 157 447.50 431.04 +.81 +10.1 FstCwlth N FCF .36f 2.3 22 15.99 12.07 453 15.86 2147 15.96 15.34 +.17 +10.8sFCmtyBsh Q FCBC .72a 2.1 22 34.73 24.02 47 34.88 205 34.95 33.01 +.68 +21.4 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40 1.7 23 24.87 18.90 85 23.95 133 24.18 22.55 +.50 +6.0 FtConnBcp Q FBNK .68f 2.6 20 28.50 23.25 25 26.05 108 26.08 25.18 +.62 -.4 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.1 18 22.53 16.15 14 21.70 60 22.00 21.05 +.60 +18.6 FstData n N FDC 10 19.85 14.73 8544 19.05 23663 19.28 18.82 -.23 +14.0sFstDefiFn Q FDEF 1.20 1.9 17 63.16 47.01 19 62.88 88 63.16 61.09 +.50 +21.0 FFnclOH Q FFBC .76 2.4 21 32.60 22.80 363 32.10 1531 32.30 30.90 +.49 +21.8 FstFnBksh Q FFIN .84f 1.6 28 54.10 37.31 270 52.90 904 53.65 51.70 -.15 +17.4 FstFnIN Q THFF 1.02 2.3 19 52.35 39.55 14 44.20 87 44.30 42.75 +.70 -2.5sFstFnNwst Q FFNW .32f 1.8 21 17.99 13.13 58 18.27 209 18.27 17.02 +.89 +17.8 FstFound s Q FFWM 23 19.84 15.06 99 19.50 478 19.72 18.71 +.38 +5.2 FstGtyBc n Q FGBI .64b 2.3 29.50 20.73 4 27.65 16 28.00 27.01 -.05 +10.6 FsHawaii n Q FHB .96 3.2 32.36 26.30 1159 29.60 4658 29.83 28.22 +.78 +1.4 FstHorizon N FHN .48 2.6 16 20.86 15.84 2974 18.66 16617 18.90 18.24 -.26 -6.7 FstHrz pfA N FHNpA 1.55 6.1 26.06 24.77 5 25.40 43 25.43 25.33 -.04 +.8sFstInRT N FR .87 2.6 22 33.06 27.61 911 33.22 4521 33.35 31.90 +1.07 +5.6 FIntntBcp Q INBK .24 .7 14 42.40 25.48 39 35.10 122 36.40 34.35 -.55 -8.0 FIntBc26 n Q INBKL 1.50 5.9 27.05 24.75 0 25.50 5 25.53 25.44 +.19 -3.8 FstIntBc A Q FIBK 1.12 2.5 20 44.41 33.33 164 43.95 793 44.25 43.20 -.10 +9.7 FMajSilv g N AG 8.95 4.93 1690 7.13 7508 7.20 6.90 -.07 +5.8 FstMerch Q FRME .88f 1.9 20 47.15 37.09 134 46.45 500 46.55 44.78 +.83 +10.4 FstMidIll Q FMBH .68a 1.8 17 42.03 30.01 71 37.95 196 38.35 36.72 +.67 -1.5 FMidBc Q FMBI .44 1.7 21 26.92 20.50 504 26.52 2659 26.71 25.89 +.09 +10.5 FstNwBc n Q FNWB 46 18.35 15.04 12 16.53 69 16.65 16.06 +.01 +1.4 FstRepBk N FRC .72 .7 105.52 84.56 1124 101.56 4092 102.35 97.53 +1.65 +17.2 FstRep pfD N FRCpD 1.38 5.4 26.36 24.16 11 25.68 28 25.80 25.52 +.24 +.6 FstRep pfE N FRCpE 1.75 6.7 27.45 25.75 2 26.21 27 26.33 26.03 +.08 +.3 FstRep pfF N FRCpF 1.43 5.6 27.00 24.65 21 25.54 46 25.68 25.46 +.05 -.9 FtRepB pfH N FRCpH 1.28 5.1 25.97 23.30 13 25.00 46 25.18 24.89 -1.6 FtRpBk pfG N FRCpG 27.05 24.09 12 25.21 45 25.41 25.13 +.03 -2.5 FstSavFin Q FSFG .60 .8 19 80.01 49.31 3 70.74 6 70.74 68.32 +1.89 +24.1 FstSolar Q FSLR 40 81.72 35.33 2166 65.93 5670 69.89 65.64 -2.32 -2.4 1stSource Q SRCE .96f 1.8 20 54.65 44.33 33 53.89 168 54.12 52.38 +.30 +9.0 FTNDXTc Q QTEC .58e .7 83.42 61.64 140 80.14 554 80.16 78.12 +1.14 +11.4 FtTr AbsRet Q FAAR .84e 34.79 27.00 1 29.52 19 29.75 29.47 -.01 +.6 FtTr 22 n N FIV 10.10 9.02 69 9.28 365 9.41 9.28 -.04 +1.6 FT RisDv n Q SDVY .11e .5 22.04 19.62 21.03 9 21.25 20.98 -.14 +.1tFtTrGlob N FAM .90 8.7 12.15 10.43 46 10.36 198 10.50 10.32 -.04 -10.5sFT MCGr N FNY .15e .3 43.48 33.90 76 43.49 260 43.55 42.50 +.62 +11.0 FT AsiaPc Q FPA 1.01e 2.9 38.10 32.24 1 35.12 32 35.12 34.52 -.01 -1.7 FT Europe Q FEP .65e 1.6 42.49 34.45 98 40.17 782 40.20 38.78 -.01 +2.8tFT LatAm Q FLN 2.01e 10.6 23.27 18.52 126 19.03 234 19.08 18.52 -.47 -6.8 FT Brazil Q FBZ 1.62e 11.9 18.24 13.27 7 13.66 21 13.75 13.27 -.49 -12.0 FT China Q FCA .68e 2.1 34.79 22.73 8 31.91 14 32.04 30.94 -.01 +7.4 FT Japan Q FJP .77e 1.3 63.38 51.72 15 57.97 53 58.19 57.51 -.49 -3.2 FT SKorea Q FKO .59e 2.1 32.08 26.10 0 28.16 54 28.16 27.77 -.21 -4.7 FT DevMkt Q FDT .96e 1.5 67.22 54.77 364 63.35 886 63.40 62.01 +.12 +1.6 FT EmMkt Q FEM .64e 2.3 31.32 22.90 188 28.05 1010 28.06 27.28 -.02 +.5 FT Germny Q FGM 1.04e 2.1 55.51 42.81 5 49.80 22 50.04 48.68 -.60 -2.7 FT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.1 37.68 32.17 1 36.06 16 36.31 35.57 +.16 -.6 FT Canada Q FCAN .29e 1.1 27.35 22.09 10 26.60 24 26.85 26.15 +.10 +.3 FT UK Q FKU 1.57e 3.7 43.18 35.33 2 42.21 10 42.27 41.20 +.12 +5.9 FT Switzld Q FSZ .78e 1.5 56.74 48.28 7 52.29 27 52.45 51.56 -.20 -.8sFT SCGr N FYC .04e .1 47.93 36.99 234 47.98 559 48.14 46.53 +1.03 +12.9 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.65e 4.0 47.47 36.02 41 41.40 211 41.58 40.61 +.20 -4.5 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .97e 2.2 48.51 37.50 8 43.85 17 43.92 43.34 -.38 -1.2 FT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 38.64 32.07 39 37.92 59 38.39 37.32 +.23 +2.9 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .50e 1.1 48.43 38.64 22 43.96 199 44.17 42.28 -.28 +.1 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.3 36.82 29.65 0 34.80 2 34.87 34.26 +.10 +3.9 FstT BICK Q BICK .34e 1.2 33.60 25.37 4 29.08 23 29.11 28.09 -.16 -3.7 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 7.9 14.79 12.90 196 13.82 968 13.85 13.48 -.18 +.7sFTDJMic N FDM .49e 1.0 51.02 41.86 22 50.85 49 51.02 49.89 +.78 +7.2 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 8.8 20.20 16.46 78 16.59 368 16.85 16.48 -.25 -11.3 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.7 23.93 20.04 2 21.80 5 21.80 21.60 +.18 -1.0 FtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.65 0 17.99 3 17.99 17.86 +.16 -4.0 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 20.13 3 22.09 20 22.21 21.78 +.01 -1.2 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.41 0 22.22 38 22.22 21.83 +.13 -.6 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 1.52 3.1 52.92 48.74 10 49.37 57 49.65 49.23 +.15 -2.7 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .19e .4 53.73 42.71 2 51.50 6 51.66 50.57 -.11 +1.0 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.20e 6.5 19.50 17.60 215 18.43 466 18.50 18.19 +.14 -3.1tFT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.3 20.25 19.07 1019 19.13 4218 19.24 19.07 -.11 -4.4 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .86e 2.3 38.44 30.93 215 36.83 1352 36.84 36.01 +.31 +4.6 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.41 2.8 52.32 50.98 182 51.19 836 51.28 51.15 +.03 -.9 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .99e 5.6 19.83 17.42 11 17.67 20 17.94 17.48 -.15 -5.2 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.2 24.00 21.27 5 22.62 17 22.65 22.26 +.20 -3.0 FT StratInc Q FDIV 2.34 4.8 52.20 46.89 2 49.02 22 49.12 48.51 +.15 -4.1 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 3.0 23.65 21.00 1 22.33 9 22.38 21.93 +.20 -3.2 FTEnhSht Q FTSM 1.11 1.8 60.09 59.92 722 60.02 2434 60.02 59.97 +.04 +.1 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .40e 1.3 32.00 26.51 78 30.40 584 30.44 29.75 -.05 +1.7 FT SSICv Q FCVT .48a 1.6 32.38 27.04 83 30.33 230 30.33 29.86 +.24 +5.9 FT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 31.03 24.61 180 30.26 757 30.32 29.50 +.27 +9.8 FT HeitGl N PRME 20.81 17.96 19.85 1 19.85 19.85 -.5 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .08e .3 28.40 22.38 20 26.64 128 26.95 26.18 +.21 -2.8sFT AI Rob n Q ROBT .07p 30.12 28.50 5 30.06 24 30.13 29.46 +.15 +4.6 FT US Eq Q RNDV .35e 1.6 23.04 19.30 0 21.54 3 21.56 21.19 +.12 -.7 FT SmCap Q RNSC .22e 1.0 22.89 19.03 22.33 5 22.59 22.04 +.19 +3.8 FT MdCap Q RNMC .19e 22.75 19.19 21.90 9 22.17 21.75 +.03 +.9 FT LgCap Q RNLC .18e 23.11 19.67 0 21.99 4 22.03 21.64 +.11 +1.0 FT EM Sl n N RNEM 59.26 51.56 0 52.48 1 52.48 52.39 -.47 -3.7 FT DevInt Q RNDM .45e 55.12 48.94 0 51.20 2 51.32 50.47 -.17 -1.9 FTNsTrn ef Q FTXR .33e 1.3 27.65 22.24 24.88 1 24.88 24.88 -.49 -4.0 FT QualInc Q QINC .60e 2.4 26.90 23.61 19 24.76 26 24.90 24.49 +.01 -2.9 FTNsSem ef Q FTXL .14e .4 36.21 24.11 33 34.69 126 34.77 33.81 +.51 +14.5 FsTrNsRt ef Q FTXD .82e 3.8 23.93 18.70 21.61 1 21.61 21.61 +.10 +.8 FTNasPh ef Q FTXH .51e 2.4 23.57 19.06 0 21.50 13 21.63 21.39 +.17 +.4 FTNsOil ef Q FTXN .37e 1.5 25.88 16.85 56 25.17 255 25.32 23.73 +1.16 +19.1tFTNaFood ef Q FTXG .32e 1.7 21.28 19.11 19.11 3 19.33 19.11 -.14 -8.0 FTNsBk ef Q FTXO .40e 1.3 32.44 24.57 97 29.86 603 30.07 28.97 -.35 +1.7 FTDorW n Q FVC .17e .6 28.96 22.93 44 28.20 160 28.22 27.46 +.27 +9.8 FT DWInt Q IFV .32e 1.4 24.24 19.36 111 22.07 821 22.12 21.52 +.01 -.8 FT LgShEq N FTLS .16e .4 41.72 35.71 11 39.48 80 39.54 38.92 +.39 +.5 FTEMCur Q FEMB 2.68e 6.9 48.17 38.54 15 38.93 62 39.15 38.79 -.22 -7.7 FT MunHI n Q FMHI 1.68 3.3 53.47 49.45 1 50.26 4 50.65 50.15 +.10 -.4 FT RivAsia Q RFAP 1.14e 1.9 64.93 55.50 3 60.06 12 60.24 59.65 -.24 -.8 FT RivDev Q RFDI 1.09e 1.7 68.99 59.54 36 64.19 130 64.26 62.85 -.16 +.2 FT RvfrDyE Q RFEM 1.12e 1.5 79.04 61.68 12 72.28 41 72.30 70.55 -.06 +2.6 FT RivEur Q RFEU .95e 1.5 70.58 60.56 11 65.51 27 65.63 63.69 -.17 +.2tFT PfInc n N FPEI 21.03 19.12 50 19.17 149 19.24 19.12 -.10 -4.8 FT CA Mun Q FCAL 1.50 3.0 53.00 48.91 1 50.28 11 50.85 50.20 +.18 -2.5 FT VolIn n N HDMV 36.34 32.75 5 34.21 20 34.23 33.55 -.13 -.3 FT VolD n N HUSV 23.72 21.53 17 22.78 74 22.84 22.41 +.06 -.9 FTEgyInco A FEN 2.32 10.1 28.00 21.34 32 22.90 203 22.99 22.26 +.35 -13.6 FTEnInfra N FIF 1.32a 8.1 19.23 14.57 36 16.26 197 16.59 15.92 +.29 -8.8 FtTrEnEq N FFA .96 6.2 16.67 14.00 61 15.54 226 15.61 15.18 +.12 -4.0 FTCapStrn Q FTCS .59e 1.1 54.95 45.24 101 51.82 602 51.88 50.80 +.19 +1.6 FTArcaBio N FBT 147.10 106.70 39 142.15 184 142.50 135.98 +4.17 +14.1sFTDJInet N FDN 135.05 92.00 638 136.73 2223 136.88 131.62 +4.05 +24.4 FTN100ExT Q QQXT .14e .3 52.82 45.13 2 49.19 8 49.25 48.54 +.14 +1.2 FsTrGrEn Q QCLN .08e .4 21.73 17.27 15 20.15 40 20.43 20.11 -.01 -.7 FTrTUSAlp Q TUSA .24e .7 34.93 29.25 0 34.38 3 34.48 33.96 +.07 +3.9 FT RNG N FCG .22e 1.0 24.67 18.65 207 22.74 881 23.22 21.95 +.51 -.2 FstTrDrcy ef Q DWPP .27e .9 30.68 25.63 3 29.08 7 29.17 28.60 +.16 +1.1 FT ConDis N FXD .30e .7 45.57 35.88 20 41.18 169 41.35 40.62 +.03 -2.2 FT ConStap N FXG .75e 1.7 51.57 44.32 73 45.20 151 46.10 45.01 -.44 -7.1 FT Engy N FXN .33e 2.0 17.62 12.25 388 16.88 1891 17.24 16.23 +.49 +9.0 FT Fincl N FXO .65e 2.0 32.92 27.60 226 31.86 544 31.94 31.24 -.07 +1.7 FT HlthCr N FXH 76.92 63.96 62 73.66 159 73.77 71.97 +.60 +5.5 FT IndPrd N FXR .16e .4 42.74 34.52 135 40.34 471 40.62 39.77 -.02 -.6 FT Matls N FXZ .37e .8 46.43 37.58 48 43.56 170 43.80 42.92 +.08 -.6 FT Tech N FXL .13e .2 59.90 43.15 174 58.06 569 58.06 56.62 +.81 +13.1 FT Utils N FXU .67e 2.6 28.59 23.46 159 25.51 440 25.90 25.43 -.08 -2.0sFTCloudC Q SKYY .13e .2 52.76 38.44 168 53.13 991 53.20 51.50 +1.05 +15.8 FTDJGlDiv N 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10 56.36 55.22 +.03 -1.8 FTNDXEq Q QQEW .27e .4 63.55 52.67 36 60.75 98 60.80 59.62 +.45 +4.8 FT NsdABA Q QABA .75e 1.3 57.53 45.86 47 56.84 274 57.12 55.45 +.21 +8.4 FTSmartph Q FONE .86e 1.7 55.89 47.30 3 50.75 112 51.15 50.48 -.32 -2.8 FT MLPEn N FPL 1.26 12.1 13.49 9.57 106 10.39 528 10.50 10.21 +.31 -12.5 FT REIT N FRI .39e 1.7 24.11 20.20 39 22.64 135 22.69 22.18 +.45 -2.7sFT SCCore N FYX .38e .6 65.71 53.07 28 65.33 144 65.71 63.93 +.98 +6.8 FTSpecFin N FGB .70 11.6 7.57 5.65 58 6.05 252 6.26 6.01 +.02 -1.5tFTStrHi2 N FHY 1.32 11.1 13.90 11.91 7 11.92 46 11.99 11.90 +.09 -6.8 FTrVL100 N FVL .05e .2 25.04 20.82 1 23.80 10 23.95 23.53 -.03 +1.8 FTrVLDv N FVD .57e 1.9 31.85 28.82 319 30.14 1612 30.40 29.85 -.06 -2.3 FT EmOp N FEO 1.40 9.4 17.42 14.50 31 14.88 87 15.05 14.68 -.04 -8.8 FstUSBcsh Q FUSB .08 .7 34 14.38 10.52 1 11.35 12 11.39 11.00 +.10 -11.3 FstUtdCp Q FUNC .36f 1.8 19 22.90 14.45 8 20.20 26 20.65 19.90 -.15 +16.1 First LI s Q FLIC .60 2.3 10 33.50 23.30 42 25.60 577 26.20 24.50 +.70 -10.2 FTrSenFlt N FCT .72 5.6 13.62 12.62 26 12.92 199 13.05 12.92 -.01 +.6 FirstEngy N FE 1.44 4.2 7 35.56 28.66 2756 34.20 18795 34.75 33.70 +.10 +11.7 FsthdTech Q SVVC 12.74 7.29 53 12.20 110 12.21 11.69 +.42 +36.2 FstSvc n Q FSV .54 .8 38 74.49 60.64 18 70.43 97 71.51 70.05 -1.45 +.7 Fiserv s Q FISV 35 74.46 59.85 1231 73.33 6904 73.57 70.78 +1.56 +11.8 Fitbit n N FIT 7.32 4.51 3120 5.52 11263 5.56 5.24 +.01 -3.3 FiveBelow Q FIVE 78.28 44.30 1137 71.39 4287 72.07 69.96 -.02 +7.6 500.com N WBAI 85 23.22 8.93 277 19.49 891 19.88 17.78 +1.43 +92.8tFvPntHld n N FPH 15.78 11.00 338 11.12 1266 12.03 11.00 -.34 -21.1 FivePrime Q FPRX 48.87 15.66 315 18.27 1314 18.57 17.47 -.22 -16.7 FiveStar Q FVE 1.90 1.05 47 1.33 225 1.50 1.25 +.08 -11.7sFive9 Q FIVN 34.99 19.53 565 35.60 2454 35.68 33.20 +2.56 +43.1 FlagstarB N FBC 29 40.06 28.76 110 35.16 651 35.39 34.27 +.19 -6.0 F&C DynPf N DFP 1.92 8.3 28.36 22.78 64 23.03 276 23.10 22.83 +.04 -13.6 FlrtyPfdInc N PFD 1.08 8.0 16.34 13.19 25 13.50 85 13.68 13.40 +.02 -9.9 FlrtyPfdOp N PFO .88 8.1 13.00 10.65 31 10.80 110 10.89 10.69 +.12 -8.6 FlrtyPfdSc N FFC 1.63 8.7 22.44 18.28 110 18.72 365 18.74 18.47 +.19 -8.5 FlrtyTotR N FLC 1.63 8.4 22.51 19.07 32 19.42 93 19.46 19.20 +.20 -10.1 Flanign A BDL .25f .9 15 30.95 20.20 3 26.40 7 27.00 25.00 +.07 +11.9 Fleetcor N FLT 25 213.74 138.43 732 200.68 4479 203.49 192.40 -1.44 +4.3 Flex Ltd Q FLEX 14 19.71 12.93 3939 13.95 17070 14.28 13.81 -.04 -22.5 FlexPhm n Q FLKS 8.98 2.68 59 3.57 129 3.94 3.50 -.34 +2.1 FlexUSTilt N TILT 1.74e 1.5 118.93 100.11 7 114.31 98 114.50 112.31 +.56 +2.2 FlxEmgTilt N TLTE 1.26e 2.2 65.59 52.45 12 58.41 47 58.48 57.11 -.01 -2.2 FlxUpstNR N GUNR .67e 1.9 35.54 28.03 485 34.59 1194 34.62 33.72 +.36 +3.9 Flx3yrTips N TDTT .39e 1.6 24.74 24.06 142 24.18 502 24.31 24.17 -.01 -.7 Flx5yrTips N TDTF .54e 2.2 25.46 24.27 37 24.50 413 24.69 24.47 +.04 -1.8 FlxGlbImp Q ESGG 101.95 85.30 0 96.37 48 96.37 94.64 +.21 +1.5 FlxUS Imp Q ESG 70.00 56.50 0 64.86 2 64.87 63.56 -.03 +1.9 FlexEMTilt N TLEH 33.14 27.86 0 30.50 5 30.55 30.27 -.24 -1.1 FlxDMTilt N TLDH 30.34 26.89 0 28.86 19 28.86 28.23 -.12 -1.1 FlxRAstAlo Q ASET 29.37 26.74 2 28.04 11 28.10 27.58 +.14 -2.5 FlxUSQLgC Q QLC 35.78 29.39 1 34.42 24 34.47 33.79 +.08 +3.2 FlxUSLgCp Q LKOR .41e 55.13 49.59 0 50.23 10 50.97 50.23 -.13 -8.3 FlxUSCpBd Q SKOR 1.24 2.5 51.61 48.59 0 48.95 8 49.33 48.95 -.17 -3.8 FlxDisDur Q MBSD .62e 2.7 24.42 22.98 2 23.12 7 23.26 23.10 +.01 -1.9 FlxGlbQRE N GQRE 1.33e 2.1 64.31 57.24 9 62.99 24 63.06 61.82 +.65 +.4 FlxGblInfr N NFRA .95e 2.1 49.99 44.91 70 46.03 116 46.37 45.44 -.13 -5.6 FlxDevTilt N TLTD 1.88e 2.8 73.71 62.28 17 67.71 50 67.84 66.46 -.45 -2.2tFlxIntDvDf N IQDE 1.15e 4.8 27.04 23.83 12 24.15 40 24.20 23.83 -.16 -5.3 FlxIntDvDy N IQDY 1.02e 3.7 30.65 26.05 4 27.49 5 27.51 27.09 -.19 -3.8 FlxIntlDiv N IQDF 1.01e 4.0 28.63 24.85 82 25.55 334 25.57 25.07 -.18 -4.6 FlxQDvDef N QDEF 1.19e 2.7 46.52 40.00 4 44.81 48 45.08 44.18 +.16 +1.6 FlxQDvDyn N QDYN 1.22e 2.8 47.20 39.37 1 44.28 8 44.30 43.58 +.13 +.2 FlxQualDv N QDF 1.22e 2.7 47.95 40.47 72 45.85 286 45.95 44.99 +.31 +1.8 FlxRdyAcc N RAVI 1.23 1.6 75.97 67.87 2 75.33 291 75.50 75.32 -.13 -.2 FlexSh n Q FPAY 6.56 2.63 4 3.00 36 3.14 2.90 +.01 -21.1 FlexSolu A FSI 2.58 1.33 5 1.63 31 1.69 1.57 +.03 -10.5 FlexionTh Q FLXN 32.25 16.51 364 27.01 1829 27.50 25.57 +.94 +7.9 Flexstl Q FLXS .88 2.4 57.79 34.74 25 36.94 103 39.22 36.23 -.83 -21.0 Flor&Dec n N FND 51 58.28 32.72 948 48.53 3575 49.22 46.64 +.01 -.3 Flotek N FTK 10.19 3.07 533 3.10 3222 3.23 3.07 -.09 -33.5 FlowrsFds N FLO .72f 3.6 21 22.82 16.80 1853 19.82 8892 20.93 19.80 -.20 +2.6 Flowserve N FLS .76 1.9 49.15 37.51 1667 40.89 5921 42.65 40.89 -1.39 -2.9 Fluent Inc Q FLNT 6.95 2.05 302 2.85 749 2.95 2.70 -35.2 Fluidigm Q FLDM 8.38 2.52 317 5.57 597 5.99 5.38 -.16 -5.4 Fluor N FLR .84 1.7 36 62.09 37.04 1671 49.00 5928 49.63 47.77 +.68 -5.1 FlushFn Q FFIC .80 3.0 19 31.45 24.59 50 27.03 257 27.21 26.48 -.03 -1.7 FlyLeasing N FLY 1.00 6.9 12 14.97 11.54 32 14.51 275 14.83 14.39 -.24 +12.4 Foamix Q FOMX 7.45 4.15 56 5.15 412 5.60 5.14 -.22 -14.3tFEMSA N FMX .74e .9 103.82 81.34 366 83.04 1747 84.60 81.34 -.24 -11.6 Fonar Q FONR 11 33.90 21.10 12 26.90 117 27.80 26.60 -.15 +10.5 FootLockr N FL 1.38 2.5 22 58.21 28.42 2877 54.70 15103 55.67 53.44 -1.04 +16.7 FordM N F .60a 5.1 6 13.48 10.14 35379 11.71 157424 11.77 11.36 +.20 -6.2 ForeScTc n Q FSCT 37.81 21.56 585 30.05 2731 30.43 29.35 -.24 -5.8 ForshtAut n Q FRSX 11.70 2.44 16 2.97 160 3.19 2.83 +.03 -26.3 ForestCA N FCE/A .72 3.5 16 26.30 19.24 1258 20.53 5349 20.74 19.83 +.43 -14.8 Forestar N FOR 15 26.39 15.35 56 23.40 271 23.65 22.90 +.30 +6.4 FormFac Q FORM 37 18.65 11.10 522 14.15 1648 14.20 13.33 +.60 -9.6 FormulaSy Q FORTY .68e 1.8 45.65 32.55 1 38.05 4 38.05 36.00 +2.05 -6.2 ForrestR Q FORR .80 1.9 54 47.75 36.95 34 42.50 161 43.25 41.55 +.45 -3.8 ForsightEn N FELP .13 5.12 3.28 5 3.84 18 4.06 3.76 +.05 -12.1 Forterra n Q FRTA 49 12.30 3.02 207 8.41 882 8.96 8.31 -.31 -24.2sFortinet Q FTNT 62.13 35.44 1255 62.00 6091 62.13 59.81 +1.63 +41.9 Fortis n N FTS 1.70 5.3 38.24 31.41 177 31.82 816 32.46 31.70 -.56 -13.2 Fortive n N FTV .28 .4 80.31 62.05 1183 73.81 6357 75.21 72.49 -1.70 +2.0 FortressBio Q FBIO 5.54 3.02 66 3.41 633 3.60 3.22 -.04 -14.5 FortB pfA Q FBIOP 2.34 10.6 24.80 20.01 8 22.00 19 22.78 21.12 -3.3 FortTrInf n N FTAI 1.32 7.6 20.13 15.45 510 17.47 1050 17.60 16.91 +.37 -12.3 FortunaSlv N FSM 23 6.08 4.03 638 5.54 2641 5.61 5.40 -.01 +6.1 FBHmSec N FBHS .80 1.4 19 73.62 53.56 1071 56.80 5306 58.61 56.00 -.70 -17.0 ForumEn N FET 17.97 10.05 1253 14.05 3720 14.65 13.80 +.05 -9.6 ForwrdA Q FWRD .60 1.0 27 64.80 49.88 207 60.31 600 61.12 58.91 +.55 +5.0 Forward h Q FORD 26 4.45 1.02 98 1.53 875 1.57 1.50 -.06 +24.4 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 9.70 1.63 191 2.91 485 3.15 2.61 -.01 -20.9sFossil Grp Q FOSL 22.20 5.50 1977 23.70 6695 23.77 20.29 +3.18 +205.0 Foster Q FSTR .16 .7 30.30 17.00 19 23.75 92 24.95 23.15 +.10 -12.5 FoundBld n N FBM 16.40 11.03 188 15.51 550 15.70 15.00 +.44 +4.9sFndtnMed Q FMI 100.40 31.70 306 102.90 1589 103.85 89.33 +10.20 +50.9 FourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.8 18 26.96 21.28 695 22.88 1858 22.95 22.33 +.41 -11.0 FourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 48.5 11 10.45 5.67 4 6.84 143 7.09 6.74 -.15 -24.0 FoxFactory Q FOXF 29 46.80 31.15 218 40.50 721 40.70 38.70 +1.20 +4.2 Francesca Q FRAN 14 13.89 4.51 824 5.95 2431 6.05 5.61 +.31 -18.6 FrancoN g N FNV .96f 1.4 67 86.06 66.19 518 70.11 1810 71.10 69.69 -.97 -12.3 FrankCov N FC 31.20 17.35 54 28.15 145 28.80 27.25 +.75 +35.7sFrankElec Q FELE .48f 1.0 28 47.55 37.05 142 47.00 452 47.55 45.50 +.80 +2.4 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 18 42.65 30.30 52 36.05 258 37.10 35.30 +.10 +5.7 FrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.58 25.20 1 25.25 24.72 -.32 -.6 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 29.67 7 31.95 23 32.04 31.44 -.05 -3.3 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 27.37 1 27.73 6 27.82 27.39 -.15 -4.7 FrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 27.68 0 30.23 2 30.40 30.04 -.22 -1.1 FrnL LoV n N FLLV 32.50 28.32 0 31.00 4 31.00 30.52 +.06 +2.4 FrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.52 0 23.66 1 23.82 23.66 -.04 -4.5 FrkL US Eq N FLQL 30.33 25.55 1 29.31 5 29.37 29.00 +.08 +1.4 FrkL USMid N FLQM 29.28 24.87 28.32 1 28.32 27.95 +.26 +1.2 FrankRes N BEN .92f 2.7 11 47.65 31.67 2535 34.12 11955 34.36 32.64 +.09 -21.3 FrkStPrp A FSP .36f 4.3 10 11.87 7.08 1243 8.43 3404 8.49 7.70 +.55 -21.5 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.8 12.13 10.91 105 10.96 432 11.06 10.93 +.03 -7.3 FrkUnv N FT .47 7.1 7.39 6.58 102 6.67 247 6.70 6.62 +.02 -7.0 FranksIntl N FI .30 4.1 9.15 4.93 803 7.28 4028 7.71 7.11 +.08 +9.5tFredsInc Q FRED .24 17.4 14.49 1.41 7796 1.38 12739 1.57 1.30 -.31 -65.9 FrptMcM N FCX .20 1.2 11 20.25 11.12 12800 17.12 55237 17.37 16.61 +.04 -9.7 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 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FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.1 20.46 12.53 63 17.37 324 17.74 16.87 -.33 +1.7 FreqElec Q FEIM 10.59 7.53 3 8.19 15 8.47 8.00 +.18 -12.5 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 44.88 88 49.59 916 50.98 49.41 -.87 -5.6 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.3 19 52.64 43.02 100 44.66 531 45.96 44.58 -.67 -6.3sFreshpet Q FRPT 23.20 14.10 244 22.35 924 23.20 22.22 +.05 +17.9 FriedmInd A FRD .08 1.3 6.79 5.15 25 6.30 37 6.50 5.97 +.24 +10.9 Fronteo Q FTEO 22.41 10.68 20.00 4 20.65 19.92 -1.25 +59.9 FrontC pf Q FTRPR 11.13 88.4 21.36 7.68 4465 12.59 5233 13.26 12.25 -.33 +44.6 Frontr rs Q FTR 2.40 32.0 21.00 6.08 7905 7.49 19840 8.01 7.17 -.20 +10.8 Frontlne rs N FRO .60e 6.50 3.79 573 5.70 3674 5.95 4.91 +.94 +24.2 FuelTech Q FTEK 1.83 .71 20 1.15 105 1.17 1.11 +2.7 FuelCell rs Q FCEL 2.49 .95 670 1.93 2424 1.94 1.83 +.07 +13.5 FulgentG n Q FLGT 7.90 2.73 20 3.88 34 3.88 3.71 +.06 -11.4 FulingGbl n Q FORK 6.00 3.00 1 3.70 17 3.78 3.55 +.15 -6.3 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.10 25 3.39 219 3.53 3.26 +.08 -12.9 FullerHB N FUL .62f 1.2 25 58.74 46.62 296 51.84 1218 52.68 51.31 +.15 -3.8 FultonFncl Q FULT .48f 2.8 17 19.90 16.45 1771 17.25 4932 17.78 17.00 -.60 -3.6sFunko n Q FNKO 54 10.23 5.81 130 10.20 570 10.25 9.77 +.39 +53.4 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.30 1100 2.18 1291 2.73 2.09 -.09 -47.7 FutureFuel N FF .24a 1.8 16 16.22 11.32 85 13.42 299 14.00 13.35 -.35 -4.8 FuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.39 1 3.64 6 3.79 3.41 +.12 +23.8G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 22 7.66 5.11 0 7.01 37 7.19 6.56 -.16 -2.5 G1Thera n Q GTHX 52.76 12.04 264 43.60 2321 52.68 42.63 -6.46 +119.8 GAMCO s N GBL .10f .4 32.60 23.97 15 26.13 76 26.26 25.29 -.15 -11.9 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.4 13 76.26 56.00 182 72.79 909 74.01 70.90 +.30 +17.1 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 7 25.10 53 25.24 24.98 +.12 -4.5tGCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 41.33 441 41.55 1790 43.06 41.33 -1.25 -24.1 GCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .13e 24.67 18.40 48 23.81 64 23.87 23.40 +.33 +4.7 GCP ApT n N GCP 29 34.79 27.25 551 32.00 2610 32.40 31.35 -.10 +.3 GDL Fund N GDL .64 6.9 10.38 9.13 34 9.32 84 9.44 9.24 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+58.9sGW Pharm Q GWPH 164.16 92.65 345 162.22 1252 164.76 159.13 +1.12 +22.9tGWG Hldgs Q GWGH 10.95 7.28 5 7.80 25 8.00 7.28 -.15 -6.3 GabCvInc N GCV .48 7.8 6.47 4.91 9 6.18 72 6.29 6.06 -.01 +4.8 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 5.9 24.97 21.10 162 22.37 526 22.58 22.13 -.09 -4.4 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.7 27.49 25.26 1 25.58 6 25.80 25.49 +.11 -2.2 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.8 27.40 25.36 6 25.75 10 25.76 25.53 +.11 -2.2 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 1 25.10 15 25.16 24.90 +.15 -1.0 GabelliET N GAB .60 9.6 6.65 5.87 319 6.27 1555 6.33 6.21 -.01 +1.3 GabllE pfD N GABpD 1.47 5.8 26.78 25.27 25.56 1 25.63 25.56 +.04 -2.1 GabllE pfG N GABpG 1.25 5.2 25.25 23.45 3 24.20 4 24.30 24.15 +.11 -2.0 Gabeli pfJ N GABpJ 26.72 24.42 7 25.40 19 25.63 25.06 +.26 -.5 GabEq pfH N GABpH 1.25 5.1 25.34 22.50 6 24.60 16 24.60 24.24 +.27 -2.1 GabGSmM N GGZ 13.61 11.73 24 12.08 92 12.10 11.92 +.02 -5.2 GabGSm pfA N GGZpA 1.36 5.4 27.63 24.16 0 25.29 1 25.29 25.10 +.13 -.8 GabGUtil A GLU 1.20 6.5 21.96 18.00 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57 8.79 246 8.89 8.61 +.09 +8.4 Gartner N IT 40 142.16 111.57 913 132.65 4863 133.83 128.73 +2.01 +7.7 GasLogPt N GLOP 2.09f 8.7 11 25.55 21.80 251 24.10 766 25.05 23.80 -.30 -2.6 GasLPt pfA N GLOPpA 27.24 25.06 9 26.40 34 26.48 26.35 +.04 +1.1 GasLog N GLOG .56 3.1 36 22.55 12.95 198 17.80 1058 18.60 17.55 -.05 -20.0 GasLog pfA N GLOGpA 2.19 8.3 27.63 25.48 8 26.31 19 26.57 26.23 +.05 -1.1 GastarExp A GST 1.39 .38 668 .66 4155 .71 .63 -37.1 Gastar pfA A GSTpA 2.16 14.7 20.11 6.40 3 14.72 20 15.31 14.32 -.28 -17.9 Gastar pfB A GSTpB 2.69 15.4 22.85 8.46 2 17.46 11 17.75 17.00 -.30 -7.5tGatesInd n N GTES 27 18.72 14.60 376 14.82 1830 15.63 14.60 -.50 -18.0 GazitGlobe N GZT .37e 3.8 11.00 9.01 1 9.78 20 9.79 9.31 +.43 -7.1 GeeGroup A JOB 5.62 2.00 19 2.54 64 2.80 2.42 -.31 -8.6 Gemphire n Q GEMP 21.59 4.75 314 6.72 692 6.93 5.85 +.37 -15.4 GencoSh rs N GNK 19.60 8.47 140 18.77 974 18.92 17.08 +.53 +40.9 Gencor s Q GENC 41 18.45 14.95 12 15.80 61 15.86 15.50 +.15 -4.5 Generac N GNRC 18 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80.27 76.79 +1.30 +.4 GenesisEn N GEL 2.88f 12.8 55 32.59 18.42 608 22.42 2055 22.44 21.22 +1.05 +.3 GenesisHlt N GEN .24 10.8 2.35 .60 669 2.22 2981 2.28 1.78 +.20 +191.0 GeneticT rs Q GENE 2.05 .70 18 1.12 301 1.23 1.03 -.09 -3.4 GenieEn n N GNE .30 5.6 8.01 3.82 66 5.39 318 5.83 5.29 +.10 +23.6 GenieE pfA N GNEpA .64 8.7 7.94 6.85 1 7.33 31 7.36 7.16 +.08 -.1 GeniusBr n Q GNUS 4.37 2.01 27 2.79 70 2.98 2.69 +.03 +2.6 GenMark Q GNMK 13.50 3.63 214 7.26 1222 7.87 6.83 +.23 +74.1 GenoceaB Q GNCA 6.78 .79 440 .94 1585 .97 .88 +.01 -18.7sGenomic Q GHDX 40.37 26.54 204 39.69 754 40.68 38.23 +1.17 +16.0 Genpact N G .30 19 34.79 26.83 827 30.36 3020 30.55 29.85 +.21 -4.3 Genprex n Q GNPX 19.45 3.84 120 10.75 479 12.24 8.86 +1.89 +128.7 Gentex Q GNTX .44f 1.8 16 24.60 16.59 2255 24.06 10001 24.31 23.06 +.57 +14.8 Gentherm Q THRM 41 40.80 29.50 151 36.10 725 36.15 34.40 +1.00 +13.7 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88f 3.1 21 107.75 79.86 503 91.47 3329 92.26 89.87 -.01 -3.7 Genworth N GNW 2 4.15 2.66 3318 3.55 18064 3.77 3.41 +.08 +14.1 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 7.5 15 33.40 19.05 826 25.00 3179 25.37 24.39 +.54 +5.9 GeoPark N GPRK 17.66 6.48 422 15.96 1684 16.72 15.43 +.46 +61.0 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 20 24.79 121 24.79 24.31 +.42 -3.2 GeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.18 116 11.21 556 11.68 10.80 +.15 -13.6 Gerdau N GGB .02e .5 5.32 2.60 17089 4.09 60071 4.21 3.88 -.24 +9.9 GerABcp s Q GABC .60 1.6 20 39.02 30.32 42 36.57 323 36.88 35.31 +.46 +3.5 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 15.85 17 18.74 130 18.76 18.15 -.10 -3.6 GeronCp Q GERN 6.68 1.74 2688 4.02 15785 4.83 4.01 -.68 +123.3 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 4.8 14 29.89 22.68 206 26.64 617 26.99 25.65 +.88 -1.9tGevo rs Q GEVO .96 .21 2236 .23 3496 .26 .19 -.01 -61.0sGibraltar Q ROCK 19 40.60 25.61 295 39.10 1652 40.60 39.00 -.75 +18.5 GigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 303 9.86 307 9.87 9.83 +.03 +2.3 GigaMda rs Q GIGM 4.37 2.36 6 2.92 61 3.00 2.88 -.02 -3.9 GilatSatell Q GILT 9.22 4.12 7 8.19 29 8.19 7.98 +.04 +5.9 Gildan s N GIL .45 1.5 17 34.19 27.89 356 28.91 1244 29.52 28.78 -.48 -10.5 GileadSci Q GILD 2.28 3.3 8 89.54 63.76 5090 68.30 35625 68.43 66.71 +.92 -4.7 GlacierBc Q GBCI .92f 2.3 22 41.24 31.38 401 39.19 1483 39.85 38.73 -.62 -.5 GladstnCap Q GLAD .84 9.2 9 10.00 7.80 177 9.11 477 9.16 9.05 +.01 -1.1 Gladst24 pf Q GLADN 1.50 5.9 26.14 24.60 0 25.39 15 25.68 25.11 -.03 -1.8 GladstnCm Q GOOD 1.50 8.0 23.29 16.78 83 18.74 453 19.25 18.33 +.29 -11.0 GladCm pfA Q GOODP 1.94 7.3 27.25 25.25 1 26.50 1 26.75 26.35 +.40 +.3 Gladstn pfB Q GOODO 1.88 7.0 27.80 25.33 4 26.65 13 26.75 26.15 -.10 +2.2 GladCm pfD Q GOODM 1.75 7.0 26.27 24.56 5 24.86 32 25.04 24.57 -.05 -4.0 GladstInv Q GAIN .80a 7.0 16 11.59 9.00 173 11.43 629 11.55 11.34 -.01 +2.4 GladInv pfB Q GAINO 1.69 6.7 25.90 25.12 1 25.30 5 25.36 25.28 -.05 -.1 GladInv pfC Q GAINN 1.63 6.4 26.98 25.08 2 25.37 17 25.43 25.22 +.04 -.3 GldsInv pf D Q GAINM 1.56 6.2 26.35 25.07 1 25.22 6 25.34 25.22 -1.5 GladstLnd Q LAND .53 4.2 87 14.29 11.10 60 12.76 269 13.01 12.72 -5.0 GladLnd pfA Q LANDP 1.59 6.2 26.94 25.36 1 25.52 6 25.54 25.42 +.06 -1.3 Glatfelter N GLT .52 2.9 14 23.85 15.76 153 17.71 551 17.85 17.00 +.45 -16.9 Glaukos n N GKOS 44.76 23.08 455 38.35 1877 38.97 35.71 +1.74 +49.5 GlaxoSKln N GSK 2.89e 7.1 44.45 34.52 1438 40.75 9114 40.76 39.56 +.90 +14.9 GlenBurnie Q GLBZ .40 3.4 26 13.42 10.34 0 11.70 7 11.72 11.60 +.00 +5.8 GblBldT n Q GBT 68.05 24.03 969 49.75 2982 50.15 45.40 +3.10 +26.4 GblBrCopp N BRSS .24 .8 12 36.50 27.50 84 31.90 332 32.05 31.05 +.50 -3.6 GblEagEnt Q ENT 3.84 .87 1357 2.42 4987 2.54 2.03 +.43 +5.7 GlbIndem Q GBLI 26 49.91 32.22 21 38.55 117 38.88 36.39 -.46 -8.3 GlbIndm 45 Q GBLIZ 1.94 7.6 26.24 25.02 0 25.44 8 25.63 25.35 +.07 -1.6 GlbIndem 47 Q GBLIL 1.97 7.7 26.24 25.19 0 25.74 5 25.76 25.70 +.04 -.5 GlbMed n N GMRE .20p 10.25 6.34 70 8.96 586 9.19 8.68 +.13 +9.3 GlMed pfA N GMREpA 1.88 7.6 25.82 23.50 1 24.80 7 24.80 24.46 +.20 -2.1 GlobNetL n N GNL .94 4.8 32 22.93 15.55 397 19.57 1569 19.96 19.40 +.05 -4.9tGlNetL pfA N GNLpA 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-3.1 GblXYldco Q YLCO .51 4.3 12.89 11.36 3 11.76 17 12.03 11.68 -.01 -6.6 GblX Rob n Q BOTZ 27.42 18.41 852 23.46 3763 23.52 23.15 +.01 -1.0 GlbXCon ef Q KRMA 20.83 17.27 2 19.91 22 19.93 19.59 +.07 +2.5sGblXMilTh Q MILN 21.42 17.31 12 21.65 57 21.65 21.02 +.49 +12.4 GbX Longv Q LNGR 21.38 17.87 2 20.56 14 20.57 19.95 +.22 +5.7 GlX Intrn n Q SNSR 21.41 17.66 19 20.28 65 20.29 19.95 +.01 +2.2sGbX HlthW Q BFIT 18.53 15.57 18.44 3 18.53 18.44 +.20 +10.7 GblXSupdiv Q ALTY 1.25 8.4 16.00 14.06 6 14.93 34 14.97 14.79 +.06 -2.4sGlX Fintc n Q FINX 25.88 17.90 216 25.73 457 25.88 25.26 +.09 +17.2 GlbXCop rs N COPX .43e 1.7 29.34 19.28 21 25.91 173 26.18 25.18 -.09 -5.3 GlbXSilv rs N SIL 36.66 28.21 41 30.54 202 30.63 30.20 -.06 -6.4 GlbXLith rs N LIT 41.21 28.71 227 33.61 834 33.63 32.92 +.21 -13.3 GbX Gold rs N GOEX 25.21 20.08 14 22.68 33 23.08 22.16 -.10 -2.7 GbXUran rs N URA 16.36 11.81 238 13.36 927 13.56 13.03 +.17 -11.2 GlXCatholc Q CATH 35.58 29.47 6 33.76 12 33.79 33.06 +.10 +2.6 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-17.4sGoldResrc A GORO .02 .3 77 6.44 3.37 318 6.18 1503 6.44 6.10 +.07 +40.5 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.07 1.25 291 1.54 956 1.60 1.52 -.03 -12.0 Goldcrp g N GG .24 1.7 19 15.55 11.64 4962 14.08 20834 14.42 13.82 +.03 +10.3 GoldBull n Q DNJR 8.50 4.40 17 6.46 36 6.75 5.97 -.26 +36.2 GoldenEnt Q GDEN 31 34.75 16.20 245 31.07 1414 31.29 29.18 +.95 -4.8 GoldenMin A AUMN .68 .36 57 .40 354 .41 .38 -.01 -7.4 GoldenOc rs Q GOGL .40 4.7 9.95 5.43 210 8.47 916 8.70 7.98 +.25 +3.9 GoldStr g A GSS 6 .92 .56 2736 .70 5359 .73 .66 -.01 -21.3 GldFld A GV 11 6.38 3.60 46 4.35 191 4.50 4.30 -.15 -11.2 GoldS pfJ N GSpJ 1.38 5.3 28.35 25.43 32 26.02 189 26.14 25.79 +.18 -1.8 GS BDC n N GSBD 1.80 8.8 11 23.25 18.78 58 20.54 377 20.76 20.20 -.18 -7.4 GS ActbtInt N GSIE 32.48 27.37 256 30.27 1639 30.30 29.64 -.01 +.9 GS ActEM N GEM 39.44 30.92 160 35.24 2536 35.29 34.42 -.08 -1.6 GS ActEur N GSEU .60e 33.94 29.45 1 31.62 10 31.63 30.86 -.20 -.3 GS ActJpn N GSIY 36.02 29.67 3 34.16 24 34.17 33.73 +.15 +1.5 GS US LgC N GSEW 46.27 40.58 4 44.09 23 44.16 43.32 +.19 +1.4 GS HYBd n N GHYB 50.32 48.05 1 48.30 4 48.35 48.20 -.14 -2.5 GS CpBd n N GIGB 50.44 47.73 4 48.04 970 49.32 48.04 -.16 -4.3 GS ActLgC N GSLC 57.42 47.73 112 55.28 1115 55.34 53.49 +.28 +3.6 GS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 105.09 99.91 49 99.99 1018 100.16 99.98 -.13 GS Indus n N GVIP 57.97 45.03 11 55.60 41 55.60 54.46 +.31 +5.0sGS SCap n N GSSC 47.02 39.39 20 46.67 27 47.02 45.79 +.52 +7.8 GSCI37 N GSC 28.00 17.55 6 26.82 7 27.38 26.45 -.35 +11.8 GoldmanS N GS 3.20f 1.4 22 275.31 212.48 3328 228.35 17430 232.47 224.09 -5.86 -10.4 GoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.9 30.09 26.86 33 27.08 170 27.29 27.06 -.15 -5.2 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 22 26.37 111 26.41 26.18 +.12 -5.3 GoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 6.0 27.01 25.20 9 26.00 55 26.00 25.82 +.02 +.5 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.4 24.21 21.52 38 23.34 117 23.40 22.85 +.30 +2.6 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.2 24.46 21.25 29 22.67 134 22.70 22.41 +.10 +.5 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.5 24.16 21.46 43 22.83 287 22.83 22.46 +.29 +1.1 GS MLPEn N GER .64 9.7 7.55 5.25 276 6.57 1150 6.62 6.26 +.24 +6.8 GS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 15.2 10.33 7.55 145 9.10 748 9.17 8.74 +.29 +1.8 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 6.9 13 20.42 17.35 178 18.55 859 18.72 18.46 -.11 +1.9sGoodTimes Q GTIM 3.65 2.25 51 3.75 97 3.75 3.13 +.60 +41.5 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.75 8.20 26 13.63 110 13.99 12.73 +.87 +24.9tGoodyear Q GT .56 2.3 8 36.52 24.12 3292 24.44 13302 25.14 24.12 -.75 -24.4 GoosehIn n Q GSHD 17.70 10.78 101 16.23 404 16.99 16.00 -.18 +3.0 GoPro Q GPRO 11.89 4.42 2463 5.50 8568 5.68 5.42 -.05 -27.3 GordPoin n Q GRAQ 9.77 9.70 6 9.73 8 9.75 9.72 +.01 +.3 GordPoi un Q GPAQU 10.35 9.97 0 10.14 134 10.18 10.08 +.02 +1.4 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 10.40 9.85 10.00 12 10.08 10.00 -.12 +.6 GoresHl un Q GSHTU 10.75 10.25 1 10.75 5 10.75 10.69 +.08 +3.7 GormanR N GRC .50 1.5 29 34.63 23.81 44 33.50 332 34.25 32.72 -.85 +7.3 GovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 11.9 24 22.99 11.87 538 14.45 2640 14.66 14.14 +.22 -22.1 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.7 26.37 24.28 13 25.58 61 25.58 25.26 +.17 -1.0 vjGrace N GRA .96 1.3 21 77.37 58.48 888 72.81 6677 73.43 70.25 +1.05 +3.8 Graco s N GGG .53 1.2 15 49.69 34.89 384 45.82 1975 46.75 45.32 -.09 +1.3sGrahamCp N GHM .36 1.4 19 27.50 17.97 69 26.50 255 27.50 24.98 +1.30 +26.6 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 22 625.45 536.90 27 582.15 87 597.00 576.00 -16.05 +4.3 Graingr N GWW 5.44f 1.8 27 317.51 155.00 535 309.70 2849 316.41 299.27 -.12 +31.1 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 6.9 27.76 24.41 1 25.65 48 25.65 25.36 +.15 -4.7 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 5.4 31.26 21.12 1509 27.67 9188 27.69 27.45 +.17 +3.8 GranTrra g A GTE 3.52 1.93 2066 3.27 8514 3.30 3.04 +.15 +21.1sGrCanyEd Q LOPE 25 112.94 71.01 442 112.06 1560 112.94 108.48 +1.98 +25.2 GraniteC N GVA .52 .9 28 68.58 46.01 170 57.18 1113 57.81 55.81 +.50 -9.9 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.52f 8.2 56 19.30 16.15 150 18.44 1062 18.52 18.23 +.21 +3.9 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.49 36.24 2 40.52 13 40.52 39.53 +.21 +3.7 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 123.68 41 129.23 2835 130.34 129.14 -.70 -.8 GranCom n N COMB 27.39 24.80 37 26.94 55 27.15 26.85 -.15 +2.9 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 1 29.94 3 30.26 29.74 -.25 +8.1 GrphTInt n N EAF 20.01 14.44 893 18.19 2946 19.25 18.07 -.98 +17.4 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.1 15 16.74 12.65 4562 14.61 14589 15.03 14.25 -.46 -5.4 Gravity rs Q GRVY 32 108.97 13.18 9 72.76 39 73.00 68.20 +4.56 -23.0 GrayTelev N GTN 6 17.80 10.70 791 10.90 4858 11.45 10.70 -.50 -34.9 GrayTvA N GTN/A 15 15.30 9.60 1 9.70 3 10.00 9.60 -.45 -32.4 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 9.1 8 15.40 12.27 21 13.18 116 13.27 13.08 +.04 -4.6 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 0 25.20 6 25.36 25.20 -.7 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.8 11.30 8.76 11 9.30 43 9.45 9.17 +.05 -5.5 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.4 25.90 24.75 25.57 6 25.57 25.35 +.24 +.5 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.9 24.80 24.10 1 24.65 8 24.70 24.47 -.01 +.7 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 3.20 13 3.80 76 3.85 3.70 -6.2 GrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.70 3.60 198 5.20 903 5.20 4.90 +.25 -3.7 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.46 1.06 266 1.24 1138 1.27 1.20 -.02 -3.9 GtPlainEn N GXP 1.10 3.3 16 34.72 28.46 5613 32.98 11667 34.35 32.93 -.38 +2.3sGrtSoBc Q GSBC 1.12f 1.9 16 58.45 47.50 19 58.40 113 58.60 56.35 +.75 +13.1 GrtWstBcp N GWB 1.00f 2.3 17 45.00 33.27 200 44.30 1181 44.66 42.38 +.95 +11.3 GreenBncp Q GNBC .10p 18 24.40 18.40 268 22.70 1260 22.90 22.13 +.10 +11.8 GreenBrick Q GRBK 16 12.20 8.90 23 11.95 104 12.10 11.70 +.25 +5.8 GreenDot N GDOT 38 74.23 37.25 414 72.86 1774 73.42 70.50 +.93 +20.9 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.3 23.70 15.60 557 20.80 3137 21.83 20.45 +.05 +23.4 GrnP LP n Q GPP 1.90f 10.9 10 21.00 15.65 45 17.50 199 17.75 17.30 -.10 -6.4sGreensky n Q GSKY 27.00 22.05 1332 26.66 9112 27.02 24.30 +1.89 +14.1sGreenTrH n N GHG 19.13 10.75 808 20.83 2016 21.16 16.64 +3.80 +60.8 GreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.8 11 54.45 41.45 334 50.10 1396 51.40 49.00 +.05 -6.0 GrCB NY s Q GCBC .39 1.3 23 38.00 22.16 3 30.10 19 30.99 29.95 -.45 -7.7 Greenhill N GHL .20 .8 28.55 13.80 410 26.45 2281 27.65 26.05 -1.05 +35.6tGreenlight Q GLRE 23.15 14.10 319 14.70 1716 15.15 14.10 -.40 -26.9 Greif A N GEF 1.68 2.8 20 65.60 47.97 141 59.27 698 59.79 58.18 +.54 -2.2 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.0 20 71.95 52.50 18 63.30 42 66.95 62.35 -.80 -8.7 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 3.68 68 6.86 593 6.98 6.20 +.62 -25.0sGriffin Q GRIF .40f 1.0 33 42.69 28.29 4 42.10 16 42.69 40.85 +.10 +14.7 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.2 24 24.50 17.45 93 22.95 337 23.15 22.35 +12.8 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .46e 2.1 25.18 19.92 429 21.96 2350 22.36 21.58 +.06 -4.2 Group1 N GPI 1.00 1.4 10 84.47 51.62 149 71.27 659 71.98 69.44 +1.26 +.4 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 2.90 8415 4.76 29590 4.94 4.57 +.12 -6.7 GrubHub N GRUB 112.41 41.35 1429 107.77 6397 111.46 99.99 +5.99 +50.1tGAeroPac N PAC 2.78e 3.3 119.87 82.19 88 84.55 400 86.75 82.19 -.11 -17.7 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 4.4 17 52.51 37.45 159 38.54 534 41.03 37.58 -.39 -7.1tGpoASur N ASR 3.31e 229.45 157.45 40 159.87 166 164.29 157.45 -4.45 -12.4 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 4.6 9.51 7.86 56 8.67 421 8.73 8.30 +.14 +2.0 GrpoFin Q GGAL .36e .9 73.45 36.09 464 42.23 2077 43.54 40.73 -1.43 -35.9 GpoSimec A SIM 11.74 8.97 4 9.39 17 9.80 9.35 -.36 +.5 GpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 16.36 533 16.79 3140 17.50 16.57 -.71 -42.7 GpTelevisa N TV 27.37 14.20 1560 17.26 5389 17.50 16.54 -.36 -7.6 GuangRy N GSH .63e 2.1 37.43 24.43 1 28.93 5 29.73 28.58 -.05 -13.4sGuarntyBc Q GBNK .66 1.9 24 34.13 24.65 252 34.10 1194 34.45 32.35 +1.05 +23.3 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.7 21 37.36 28.00 13 32.86 40 33.00 31.80 +.10 +7.2 GuarFBc Q GFED .48 2.0 21 23.75 15.89 0 23.75 2 23.75 23.55 +.14 +6.4 Guess N GES .90 4.5 26.15 11.10 2896 19.93 14085 24.85 19.37 -4.75 +18.1 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.7 23.29 20.97 26 21.46 127 21.75 21.32 +.19 -5.6 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 9.5 23.88 21.08 65 22.85 182 22.85 21.84 +.83 +4.2 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 11.1 9.42 7.72 113 8.63 391 8.71 8.56 +.01 -3.0 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.3 21.85 18.80 79 21.30 493 21.41 21.24 +.08 -1.3sGuidewire N GWRE 95.26 64.05 551 93.80 2188 95.26 91.88 +.57 +26.3 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .4 13.95 6.90 73 10.00 358 10.90 9.90 -.55 -25.5 GulfRes Q GURE 3 2.05 1.31 24 1.43 171 1.44 1.37 +.05 -2.7sGlfmrkOf n A GLF 36.28 17.80 101 35.29 152 36.99 33.18 +.80 +23.9 GulfportE Q GPOR 6 15.09 8.11 3361 11.40 15230 11.49 10.17 +1.02 -10.7 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 4 20.60 5 20.82 20.26 -.10 +2.6H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 3.1 11 44.24 17.44 246 35.37 1158 36.59 34.19 -.65 -13.0 HCA Hldg N HCA .35p 16 106.84 71.18 1275 104.32 5917 105.45 102.22 +.98 +18.8 HCI Grp N HCI 1.50f 3.6 49.25 27.11 56 42.07 200 42.61 41.11 -.08 +40.7 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 6.1 14 33.67 21.48 3881 24.33 16237 24.37 23.30 +.81 -6.7 HD Supply Q HDS 16 41.89 28.97 1761 41.18 6783 41.61 39.34 +.76 +2.9 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .3 110.77 85.56 1008 105.74 6632 106.64 96.23 +9.37 +4.0 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.3 28.45 25.05 1 25.74 1 26.02 25.61 -.38 -2.7 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 15 51.74 31.53 253 33.38 1151 35.53 33.25 -1.96 -31.4 HMG A HMG 16.33 8.94 4 14.45 8 14.70 12.64 +1.15 +15.7sHMN Fn Q HMNF 18 19.60 16.61 4 19.45 11 19.60 19.00 +.15 +1.8sHMS Hldgs Q HMSY 42 22.00 11.01 279 21.91 1231 22.00 21.25 +.46 +29.3 HNI Corp N HNI 1.18f 3.2 18 45.24 31.16 219 36.79 714 38.23 35.83 +.29 -4.6 HP Inc N HPQ .56f 2.5 8 24.75 17.10 9196 22.68 57613 22.71 21.04 +.77 +7.9 HRG Grp N HRG 19.70 9.42 1504 12.96 12782 13.44 12.40 +.21 -23.5 HSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.1 55.89 43.24 1294 48.77 6209 48.96 47.98 -.37 -5.6 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 26.74 25.52 73 25.79 335 26.07 25.68 +.18 -.1 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 5.83 1.59 317 3.91 1459 3.98 3.55 +.29 +92.6 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.75 1 14.85 7 14.85 14.65 +.19 -2.4 HabitRest Q HABT 52 19.35 8.10 191 8.85 727 9.10 8.70 -.05 -7.3 HackettGp Q HCKT .34f 2.1 19 19.24 13.24 114 16.14 391 16.42 15.95 +.02 +2.7sHaemonet N HAE 84 92.56 38.47 620 91.01 1882 92.56 89.56 +.35 +56.7 Hailiang n Q HLG 88.92 7.70 36 80.49 183 82.11 77.77 -1.47 +78.1tHainCels lf Q HAIN 45.61 25.46 970 25.90 4773 26.35 25.41 -.27 -38.9 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.69 5975 4.56 19649 5.12 4.52 -.25 -39.8 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.1 8 8.40 4.79 107 7.53 408 7.84 7.00 +.28 +23.6 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.5 57.86 38.18 9214 49.08 29075 50.87 48.67 -1.11 +.4 HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.62 13 9.96 96 10.16 9.71 -.13 -4.5 Halozyme Q HALO 41 21.48 11.41 639 18.59 2668 18.91 17.97 +.19 -8.2sHalyrdHlt N HYH 28 55.24 36.29 452 55.91 1487 56.43 53.69 +1.82 +21.1 HamiltnBc Q HBK 15.99 14.00 0 15.25 2 15.25 14.80 +.69 -1.0 HamBchBr N HBB .34 1.2 41.00 20.97 31 28.25 132 29.10 26.84 +.14 +10.0sHamilLa n Q HLNE .70 1.4 47.52 20.01 148 48.39 746 48.57 44.96 +2.65 +36.7stHancJaf n Q HJLI 5.64 4.80 176 4.98 656 5.64 4.80 -5.0 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.8 41.00 31.24 28 39.12 164 39.27 38.11 -.05 -.5 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.4 15.12 13.33 6 13.49 77 13.55 13.47 +.02 -9.2 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.9 18.85 16.10 18 16.27 55 16.27 16.15 +.07 -7.0 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 6.9 17.33 14.50 84 15.74 340 15.81 15.52 +.17 -8.1 HanPfEq N HPI 1.68 7.8 22.58 19.73 37 21.50 157 21.50 20.93 +.56 +.4 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 8.1 22.71 19.39 69 20.83 213 20.85 20.27 +.49 -3.1 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 8.0 19.48 16.80 63 18.23 215 18.25 17.93 +.31 -2.8 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.3 26.24 21.00 149 22.89 454 22.95 22.59 +.24 -7.2 HancWhit Q HWC .96 1.9 19 56.40 41.05 330 51.05 1874 51.85 50.15 -.80 +3.1 HancWht 45 Q HWCPL 1.49 5.9 26.73 25.00 7 25.11 33 25.74 25.03 -.26 -3.7 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 3.3 9 25.73 16.38 2994 18.30 16991 18.65 18.05 +.11 -12.5 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96 3.2 17 33.10 25.45 184 30.15 941 30.60 29.83 -.15 -.7 HannArms N HASI 1.32 7.2 33 25.28 17.33 400 18.38 1538 18.74 18.28 -.02 -23.6sHanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.8 65 123.25 82.11 204 119.50 929 123.25 118.42 -.34 +10.6 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.3 26.00 25.02 6 25.44 37 25.44 25.29 +.07 +.5 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 18 9.50 6.30 23 7.03 72 7.32 7.02 -.20 +.1 HarbrOne n Q HONE 60 22.29 15.92 183 18.45 305 18.85 18.07 +.03 -3.7 HarleyD N HOG 1.48 3.6 13 56.95 39.34 2579 40.68 8163 42.60 40.03 -1.26 -20.0 Harmonic Q HLIT 5.60 2.80 886 3.95 1816 4.00 3.75 +.05 -6.0 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name 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HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.53 1.56 2319 1.71 12360 1.77 1.70 -.08 -8.6 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.5 27 170.54 107.78 495 152.69 2585 154.21 150.15 +.36 +7.8sHarsco N HSC .20m .8 65 25.00 14.95 616 25.25 3025 25.45 22.95 +1.65 +35.4 HarteHk rs N HHS 14.40 7.27 5 10.71 30 11.05 10.20 -.05 Hrt TotR n N HTRB 40.25 38.76 39.03 3 39.23 39.03 +.04 -2.6 HrtMuOp n N HMOP 42.46 39.53 3 39.63 4 39.72 39.63 -.01 -1.3 HartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.7 32.00 28.57 115 29.35 252 29.45 29.02 +.35 +.3 HartfdFn N HIG 1.00 1.9 18 59.20 49.00 1765 52.49 9478 53.52 51.29 -.18 -6.7 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 92 6.15 2.30 121 4.60 450 4.60 4.20 +.28 +39.4 HarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 11.1 7 14.09 9.90 25 10.25 104 10.31 10.10 +.09 -6.5 HarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 27.50 24.89 0 25.31 7 25.55 25.03 +.20 -.6 Hasbro Q HAS 2.52f 2.9 52 116.20 79.00 995 87.09 4105 87.62 86.28 -.55 -4.2 Haverty N HVT .72 3.5 21 27.23 17.70 180 20.45 508 20.80 20.00 +.10 -9.7 HavertyA N HVT/A .38a 1.9 15 27.10 18.00 20.20 1 20.60 20.20 +.10 -13.5 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.6 23 38.72 31.71 491 33.98 1707 34.50 33.69 +.10 -6.0 HawHold Q HA .48 1.3 5 59.45 32.40 471 37.15 3106 39.85 36.90 -2.55 -6.8 HawaiiTel Q HCOM 31.91 24.01 9 26.54 146 26.93 26.09 -.03 -14.0 Hawkins Q HWKN .88 2.8 16 50.65 30.55 57 31.10 160 34.85 31.05 -2.30 -11.6 HawthornB Q HWBK .40f 1.8 17 23.00 18.07 5 22.35 11 22.45 21.65 +7.7 HaymkAc n Q HYAC 9.85 9.50 264 9.63 676 9.65 9.62 +.7 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.15 9.88 15 10.01 15 10.01 10.00 -.13 +1.1 HaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.0 45.14 28.97 62 43.16 339 43.78 39.72 +2.13 +34.7 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 7.79 4.30 136 6.16 804 6.40 6.08 +.03 +3.5 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .77f 2.1 56.20 35.04 1196 36.06 4049 37.24 35.61 -.89 -31.6 HlthInsInn Q HIIQ 24 37.38 12.65 226 32.35 982 32.60 29.98 +1.80 +29.7 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 4.4 44 36.25 26.09 722 27.48 5096 27.61 26.90 +.51 -14.4 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.7 50 32.84 24.06 2215 25.81 8454 25.94 24.64 +1.02 -14.1sHealthEqty Q HQY 78.10 40.21 863 76.09 2793 78.10 73.69 -.85 +63.1 HlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 73 31.53 21.15 264 27.90 1161 29.16 27.30 +.44 +20.5 HrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 20 25.22 17.38 421 19.03 1469 19.22 18.55 +.22 -18.5 HeartFn Q HTLF .52a .9 18 56.40 42.10 120 55.45 525 55.75 53.65 +.25 +3.4 HeatBio rs Q HTBX 7.89 1.09 798 2.35 5321 2.40 2.05 +.10 -38.6 HebronTc n Q HEBT 4.06 1.45 10 1.58 20 1.65 1.51 -.04 -39.9 HeclaM N HL .01e .3 6.01 3.25 3291 3.71 17519 4.01 3.69 -.25 -6.5sHeico s N HEI 95.87 56.47 420 92.92 2873 95.87 88.00 +2.03 Heico A s N HEI/A 59 78.65 48.12 212 75.90 849 78.00 70.80 +1.90 HeidrkStr Q HSII .52 1.4 39.73 17.90 158 38.40 548 38.85 37.50 +.25 +56.4 HelenTroy Q HELE 15 102.88 81.10 134 90.45 771 93.45 89.65 -.30 -6.1 HeliMAn h Q HMNY 38.86 .40 15906 .44 114251 .52 .41 +.03 -93.1 Helius Med n Q HSDT 11.78 7.47 35 11.00 118 11.00 9.79 +.29 +40.8 HelixEn N HLX 2 8.70 4.87 911 7.62 3510 7.83 7.37 +.07 +1.1 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.3 75.02 42.16 2204 64.97 5413 68.45 64.29 -1.59 +.5 HemisMda Q HMTV 13.20 10.50 68 12.20 162 12.20 11.95 +.18 +5.6 Hemisphrx rs A HEB .74 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HIMX .24e 3.0 55 13.95 5.97 5660 8.02 10693 8.12 7.15 +.71 -23.0 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.36a .6 19 242.00 174.30 3 215.93 7 219.25 212.00 +.53 +4.3 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.35 1.59 114 2.35 226 2.39 2.26 +.01 +14.6 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.72 9.8 11 20.00 15.33 236 17.50 813 18.70 17.20 -1.40 -6.2 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.6 27.42 25.02 7 25.46 43 25.83 25.40 -.02 -5.4 HollyEngy N HEP 2.62f 8.9 14 36.05 26.09 129 29.45 428 29.68 28.56 +.63 -9.4sHollyFront N HFC 1.32 1.6 20 80.19 23.64 4857 81.65 15371 82.13 72.90 +8.96 +59.4 Hollysys Q HOLI .12e .5 11 28.35 15.67 238 24.25 1038 24.96 23.72 -.75 +8.9 Hologic Q HOLX 46.80 35.10 2987 38.10 8357 39.13 37.77 -.82 -10.9 HomeBLA Q HBCP .68f 1.5 20 47.20 34.12 14 44.88 87 44.92 43.48 +.31 +3.8 HomeBcs s Q HOMB .44 1.9 23 26.30 20.82 625 23.24 2766 23.47 22.77 -.11 HomeDp N HD 4.12 2.2 24 207.61 144.25 3706 187.35 18901 188.83 184.01 +1.53 -1.2 HmFdB LA Q HFBL .48 1.5 19 32.90 23.10 31.85 12 32.17 31.40 +.25 +13.2 HomeStreet Q HMST 22 32.60 24.00 131 26.90 615 27.70 26.71 -.60 -7.1 HometBk n Q HMTA .04p 13.00 9.80 7 12.20 13 12.28 12.17 +.05 +9.2 HomeTrBc Q HTBI 26 28.00 21.40 27 27.00 109 27.15 26.55 +.05 +4.9 HomolMd n Q FIXX 24.40 16.12 139 20.20 390 20.62 19.37 +.33 +8.3 Honda N HMC .84e 2.6 37.29 27.05 335 32.01 3564 32.16 31.37 -.03 -6.1 HonwllIntl N HON 2.98 2.0 66 165.13 131.42 1728 150.09 11465 150.77 147.48 -.57 -2.1 HookerFu Q HOFT .56 1.5 15 52.75 35.90 56 37.45 238 38.95 36.95 -1.15 -11.8 HopeBcp Q HOPE .52 2.9 16 19.92 15.10 932 18.00 3563 18.45 17.92 -.42 -1.4sHopFedBc Q HFBC .20 1.2 21 16.45 13.51 8 16.21 18 16.45 15.66 +.41 +15.0 HorMan N HMN 1.14 2.6 26 47.65 33.85 122 44.45 388 45.00 43.30 +.15 +.8sHorizBcp s Q HBNC .60f 1.9 19 31.80 24.84 45 31.76 222 31.86 30.59 +.60 +14.2 HorizGbl n N HZN 29 19.26 5.13 356 6.15 1406 6.74 5.95 -.06 -56.1sHorizPhm Q HZNP 16.50 9.90 2042 16.63 9522 16.72 15.75 +.46 +13.9 HorizTFn Q HRZN 1.20 11.9 9 11.88 9.66 42 10.07 211 10.07 9.96 +.06 -10.2 HorizFn22 n N HTFA 26.00 25.26 0 25.65 4 25.85 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1132 8.49 7.82 -.02 -10.7 ID Syst Q IDSY 8.05 5.50 222 5.99 291 6.26 5.60 +.23 -13.7 IdexxLab s Q IDXX 65 217.89 146.09 608 215.36 2424 216.96 201.54 +11.66 +37.7tIDT Cp N IDT 1.00f 19.5 17.71 4.87 251 5.14 1493 5.45 4.87 -.32 -51.5sIEC Elec A IEC 5.65 3.42 36 5.41 303 5.65 5.25 +.15 +31.3 IES Hldgs Q IESC 25 19.35 14.05 24 17.70 146 17.95 17.00 +.10 +2.6sIF Bancp Q IROQ .20f .9 25 21.33 19.10 19 21.65 43 21.65 20.33 +1.13 +10.1 IFresh n Q IFMK 18.00 4.62 7 6.17 17 6.44 6.00 +.04 -52.5 IHS Mark Q INFO 29 52.61 42.40 1827 49.72 9374 49.91 49.19 -.23 +10.1 II-VI Q IIVI 29 53.08 29.90 854 45.95 2600 46.00 43.60 +.75 -2.1 ILG Inc Q ILG .70 2.0 40 35.00 24.38 970 34.53 7201 34.71 33.69 +.53 +21.2stIMV Inc n Q IMV 4 6.88 4 7.21 6.75 tING N ING .14e .9 20.58 14.31 5274 14.96 25219 15.07 14.31 -.36 -19.0 ING 6.125 N ISG 1.53 5.9 26.37 25.20 30 25.94 103 25.94 25.62 +.23 +1.6 ING 6.375 N ISF 1.59 6.2 26.13 25.40 49 25.82 271 26.08 25.57 +.20 +.5sINTLFCStn Q INTL 16 50.13 33.11 95 49.65 285 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N JKI 2.72e 1.7 168.36 144.10 7 159.08 31 160.10 157.26 -.22 -.3tiShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 31.82 255 32.95 733 33.14 31.82 -.14 -15.1 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 1.9 121.12 103.71 612 110.97 3135 111.37 108.83 -.07 -2.9 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 107.56 308 108.70 2910 109.42 108.58 -.15 -1.8 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.1 46.20 37.79 44.51 1 44.58 44.51 -.63 +2.1 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.3 55.82 48.02 15 51.06 79 51.26 50.05 +.02 -2.6 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 2.9 42.27 36.34 5 39.35 25 39.50 38.80 +.13 -.4 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.5 72.96 56.13 47 67.11 255 67.19 65.54 -.36 +1.6 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.5 129.57 116.09 8718 120.30 52770 122.52 119.85 +.68 -5.2 iSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.0 79.55 63.67 39 78.43 175 78.49 76.67 +.88 +7.2 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 100.33 7891 101.93 29019 103.20 101.77 +.03 -3.4 iShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.6 66.19 55.08 13 63.24 38 63.26 61.81 +.35 +2.9 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.2 35.93 32.19 1302 33.15 3107 33.29 32.45 -.21 -1.9 iSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 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88.40 96 96.75 381 96.98 94.34 +1.90 -4.5 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.1 106.16 88.58 46 102.07 216 102.11 99.69 +.97 +3.9 iShGbl100 s N IOO 49.47 41.97 25 46.97 104 46.98 45.80 +.17 +2.3 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.54 25.32 2 25.42 145 25.44 25.38 +.1 iShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .8 198.53 160.53 14 188.74 65 189.23 186.37 +.17 +5.3 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 102.93 569 103.83 2596 104.66 103.75 -.06 -2.6 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 109.28 1 110.43 37 111.42 110.43 +.14 -3.1 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 31.67 4453 33.81 26684 33.81 33.03 +.37 -6.3 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 2.0 131.56 114.01 2252 121.99 7713 122.40 119.66 +.03 -1.9siSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .4 200.66 156.02 2 198.38 14 200.66 193.93 +3.86 +10.5tiShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.8 30.19 22.19 564 22.90 2110 22.95 22.19 -.17 -15.5 iSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .8 230.66 190.88 92 226.16 574 227.59 222.93 +.88 +4.8 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 106.93 249 107.58 436 108.30 107.46 -.05 -2.0 iSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e 1.0 146.15 117.62 3713 144.19 10886 144.33 140.96 +1.51 +7.1 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 42.66 20 45.67 275 46.65 45.39 +.17 -13.1 iShCorUSCr Q CRED 4.20 3.9 112.93 106.38 31 107.35 151 108.40 107.16 -.39 -4.2 iSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.5 159.31 133.70 1074 152.60 4651 152.74 149.42 +.85 +2.7siSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.5 132.92 112.01 613 132.15 2968 132.92 129.57 +1.23 +5.1 iShIntCrBd Q CIU 3.09 2.9 110.70 105.71 222 106.36 1776 107.10 106.10 -.16 -2.6 iSh1-3CrBd Q CSJ 1.52 1.5 105.61 103.49 260 103.69 5170 104.12 103.59 -.20 -.8siSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .7 205.06 162.12 666 204.77 2253 205.37 199.52 +3.27 +9.7 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 127.49 204 130.45 274 132.13 130.23 +.35 -4.1 iShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.79 5229 50.93 10471 51.05 50.93 -.12 +.2siShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.1 164.39 134.12 21078 163.84 95778 164.39 160.11 +2.10 +7.5 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 118.68 618 119.68 5645 120.73 119.58 -.10 -2.0 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.4 94.20 82.07 204 85.08 1864 85.58 83.63 +.45 -5.6 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 1.16e 2.1 58.64 49.35 434 54.04 1408 54.25 53.03 -.03 -2.5 iSCorUSGr s Q IUSG .72e 1.2 58.49 47.00 348 57.77 2302 57.80 56.44 +.57 +7.4 iShChina N MCHI .61e .9 76.72 53.54 4121 69.87 15716 70.02 67.58 +.69 +5.0siShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.43 110.18 1625 110.27 6420 110.43 110.26 -.12 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.7 39.28 36.52 3259 37.19 13369 37.30 37.08 +.03 -2.3 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.8 76.51 68.11 323 73.56 1777 73.75 72.76 -.24 +.8 iSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.5 169.20 142.43 604 162.87 2289 163.07 159.51 +.95 +3.0 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 58.54 12 70.33 44 70.34 68.46 +.32 +.4 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.6 142.50 119.51 28 127.76 152 130.49 127.39 -.65 -3.8 iSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.6 55.45 48.48 1103 52.80 6414 53.05 52.07 +.16 iSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 2.0 158.15 134.66 2 152.74 130 153.27 149.54 +1.88 +.3 iShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.3 166.09 142.74 45 162.57 483 164.29 159.85 +1.27 +1.5 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.1 53.07 45.15 272 48.31 495 49.01 48.11 -.43 -2.5 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.5 34.00 26.34 121 27.28 1751 27.30 26.85 +.05 -7.2 iShTech N IYW 1.20e .7 184.45 138.25 147 184.09 524 184.09 178.22 +3.91 +13.1 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.5 100.28 83.76 4 92.51 111 92.69 91.02 -.36 -.4 iShGblCSt s N KXI 54.58 47.79 29 48.21 164 48.86 48.08 -.32 iShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.5 83.27 71.27 9778 78.46 38842 78.62 76.68 +1.34 -3.1 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.68 97.88 25 115.15 124 115.38 113.53 -.25 +5.3 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 100.99 99.27 63 99.38 339 99.83 99.35 -.18 -.5 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 32.65 830 38.64 8131 39.44 38.41 -.30 -11.6 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 129.07 34 148.35 313 148.68 145.89 -.16 +.7 iShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .7 207.47 155.02 390 201.06 1063 201.80 197.92 -.18 +6.9 iShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.7 193.31 160.86 57 177.77 313 177.96 173.88 +.93 +2.0 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 106.71 111 133.49 644 134.02 129.77 -1.38 +2.3 iShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.74 41.83 404 51.51 945 51.91 49.92 -.49 +4.5 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.3 69.95 59.34 5 63.75 19 64.12 62.48 -.40 -4.3 iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 103.29 177 119.40 1846 119.78 116.55 -.65 iShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 70.58 50.29 51 67.21 193 67.41 65.81 -.77 +7.1 iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 2.7 43.75 33.70 524 42.03 2992 42.41 40.57 +1.03 +6.0 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 101.27 14 113.46 74 113.46 111.02 +.58 +2.2siShCrSPS s N IJR 83.93 66.77 3803 83.41 14231 83.93 81.77 +.90 +8.6siShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .8 200.22 160.37 188 200.58 611 201.75 195.29 +2.20 +15.6 iShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.1 130.93 111.06 19 115.03 225 115.79 113.95 +.08 -9.2siShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .1 174.45 139.65 47 171.84 89 174.45 170.75 -1.08 +9.6 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.0 67.93 56.86 404 62.85 3642 62.87 61.50 -.16 -.4 iShPharm N IHE 3.11e 1.0 166.06 139.28 12 150.53 35 150.60 145.91 +2.21 -2.5 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.4 108.32 88.48 41 100.97 228 101.35 98.90 +.25 -1.2 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.6 44.95 32.98 85 42.54 176 42.62 41.58 -.05 +3.8 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.4 70.84 60.28 9836 66.06 36242 66.14 64.68 -.22 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.3 40.89 29.57 146 37.24 3392 38.39 36.33 +.07 +3.7 iShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.5 143.07 120.36 22 137.31 98 137.47 134.53 +.75 +2.8 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.4 77.84 50.49 298 74.37 668 75.68 71.47 +2.08 +14.5 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.8 56.94 51.02 36 54.07 185 54.09 53.17 +.12 +.4 iShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 48.89 574 49.07 896 49.29 48.97 -.04 -1.5 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, June 2, 2018

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iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.4 50.81 43.99 614 46.72 2874 46.87 45.49 -.26 -1.1 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 43.07 75 44.80 230 44.80 44.28 +.11 -.3siSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.0 105.52 83.45 50 105.16 215 105.66 102.52 +1.53 +9.9 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 36.79 50 37.75 257 37.76 37.45 +.02 -.8 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 22 24.67 112 24.76 24.56 -.02 -4.5 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.1 59.57 50.97 577 53.99 1962 54.04 52.85 -.35 -2.2siSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.1 164.68 132.50 599 163.49 846 164.68 160.63 +1.32 +6.5 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 33.55 29 34.17 141 34.17 33.99 +.05 -1.4 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 72.88 123 81.33 424 81.45 79.80 -.12 +.7siShSCGrth Q IJT 1.54e .8 189.10 149.00 127 188.34 475 189.10 184.21 +2.55 +10.7 iShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.24 4 24.35 18 24.45 24.31 +.02 -.7 iShiB3-23x s N IBCE 24.76 23.38 1 23.55 18 23.78 23.55 -.10 -3.0 iShBd3-23 s N IBDD 26.95 25.50 5 25.66 44 25.91 25.61 -.03 -3.0 iShBd3-20 s N IBDC 26.38 25.81 2 25.90 36 26.05 25.89 -.00 -.7 iStar N STAR 4 12.46 9.75 385 10.68 2004 11.06 10.67 -.09 -5.5 iStar pfD N STARpD 2.00 8.0 26.12 24.29 3 24.86 25 25.47 24.85 -.03 -2.0 iStar pfG N STARpG 1.91 7.7 25.94 24.21 1 24.65 26 25.02 24.55 +.13 -3.4 iStar pfI N STARpI 1.87 7.6 25.94 24.25 2 24.81 21 25.03 24.55 +.28 -1.5 ITT Inc N ITT .54 1.0 17 57.62 37.66 764 53.07 2348 53.08 51.41 +.27 -.6 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .60 129 3.69 467 3.79 3.50 +.09 +56.4 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.52f 1.9 29 87.55 68.55 256 80.70 1358 81.60 78.95 -.40 +4.1 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.2 30.50 25.82 2 26.92 18 27.28 26.78 -.03 -5.1 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.1 28.92 26.21 2 27.16 11 27.29 26.71 +.41 -3.4tiBio A IBIO .55 .13 1506 .14 3557 .16 .13 -.01 -18.6 Icahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 10.1 29 73.23 47.56 45 69.50 243 69.69 67.27 +.05 +31.1 IchorHld n Q ICHR 12 35.51 17.76 1349 26.25 4781 26.27 24.28 +1.37 +6.7sIcon PLC Q ICLR 34 129.71 90.01 233 131.03 920 131.67 122.75 +6.80 +16.8 IconixBrnd Q ICON 1 7.06 .58 870 .62 2794 .67 .61 -.04 -51.9 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.6 23 100.04 79.59 233 91.51 1053 93.56 87.03 +.93 +.2 IdealPower Q IPWR 3.29 1.06 39 1.21 158 1.23 1.16 -.02 -14.8 Identive lf Q INVE 5.91 2.55 37 4.31 98 4.45 4.07 +.19 +29.0 IderaPhm Q IDRA 2.87 1.32 2083 2.01 9590 2.14 1.88 +.08 -4.7 IDEX N IEX 1.72f 1.2 31 150.72 108.99 277 139.47 1471 141.75 136.82 +.20 +5.7siKangHlth Q KANG 18 20.39 11.70 258 20.38 2216 20.40 20.15 +.05 +29.0 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 6 9.67 14 10.00 9.26 +.42 +28.6 ITW N ITW 3.12 2.1 30 179.07 135.07 1266 146.96 6776 147.75 142.81 -.47 -11.9sIllumina Q ILMN 72 275.34 167.98 503 276.33 2925 276.61 261.61 +10.11 +26.5 ImageSens Q ISNS 5.20 2.50 14 4.15 91 4.15 3.90 +.15 +40.7 Imax Corp N IMAX 26.70 17.58 642 20.90 3789 21.45 20.65 -.60 -9.7sImmersn h Q IMMR 9 15.36 5.76 528 15.12 3255 15.36 12.98 +1.44 +114.2 ImmuCell Q ICCC 78 9.25 5.26 5 7.03 18 7.10 6.99 -.04 -20.0 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 13.05 2.80 238 4.60 912 4.65 4.15 +.35 +17.9 ImmuneP rs Q IMNP 3.43 .21 313 .24 1359 .25 .22 +.01 -58.8 ImunoCll rs A IMUC 2.79 .17 1141 .25 3729 .28 .23 -.02 -20.9 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 4.26 3072 11.53 11345 12.00 10.23 +1.10 +79.9 Imunmd Q IMMU 23.18 7.17 2201 22.71 8818 22.96 21.20 -.07 +40.5 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.47 15 9.01 59 9.83 8.15 +.36 +70.2sImmutep Q IMMP 2.92 1.25 146 2.95 1191 3.06 2.42 +.37 +87.9 ImpacMtg A IMH 3 16.44 7.18 19 8.60 122 9.30 8.51 -.56 -15.4 ImpOil g A IMO .57 1.7 65 33.55 25.91 197 32.67 1068 33.34 31.41 +1.08 +4.7 Imperva Q IMPV 52.40 37.17 475 48.40 1068 49.35 47.30 -.20 +21.9 Impinj n Q PI 60.85 9.95 452 18.18 3036 19.97 17.04 +1.44 -19.3 ImprimisP Q IMMY 4.13 1.35 44 2.23 185 2.31 2.14 +.03 +31.2 IncOpR A IOR 29 14.25 8.51 1 13.40 7 14.00 13.40 -.85 +20.9 Incyte Q INCY 140.11 60.23 2119 67.91 7076 69.61 66.35 -.52 -28.3 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.48 2.72 140 4.00 525 4.54 3.94 -.32 +.5 IndepHld N IHC .25f .7 14 39.85 19.80 9 37.25 69 38.55 36.80 -.65 +35.7 IndepRT N IRT .72a 7.4 19 10.63 8.26 536 9.73 1927 9.83 9.41 +.25 -3.6sIndBkMA Q INDB 1.52f 1.9 23 78.95 59.65 115 79.70 435 81.15 75.65 +2.90 +14.1sIndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.3 20 26.05 18.50 156 25.80 580 26.05 25.10 +.30 +15.4 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .56f .7 23 79.00 51.71 138 75.90 900 76.85 72.20 +1.60 +12.3 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.9 28.81 23.93 51 24.79 221 24.81 24.31 +.21 -5.1 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .30 153 .58 548 .63 .56 -.01 -42.0 IndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 23.66 386 25.01 2409 25.62 24.55 +.13 -22.4sIndusAc un Q INDUU 10.60 9.95 10.55 5 10.60 10.40 +5.0 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 1.13 19 2.15 83 2.19 2.00 +.08 +31.1 IndLogis n Q ILPT .27p 69 24.00 17.21 221 21.41 2640 22.28 20.32 +.16 -8.3tIndBach N IBA .87e 1.6 67.61 54.46 2 55.32 26 56.85 54.46 -1.53 -3.5 Innera Q INFN 12.39 6.10 2938 8.77 8652 9.52 8.58 -1.30 +38.5 InfinityPh Q INFI 3.75 .93 572 2.01 1872 2.07 1.95 -.02 -1.0sInfPrCas Q IPCC 2.32 1.6 29 147.90 83.00 47 144.80 196 147.90 142.40 +1.95 +36.6 InflaRx n Q IFRX 80 42.83 14.47 21 37.00 132 42.44 35.12 +1.62 +76.6 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 5.1 5 4.63 3.51 82 3.91 185 4.12 3.84 -.20 -6.2tInfoSonc rs Q IFON 21.00 2.83 75 2.87 260 3.33 2.83 -.44 -60.1 Infosys N INFY .40e 2.2 17 18.71 13.88 3045 18.29 20977 18.34 17.88 -.03 +12.8 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.6 18 23.22 17.60 187 21.71 2317 21.97 20.90 +.66 +16.8 InfrEnAlt Q IEA 10.42 8.25 41 9.43 199 9.56 8.89 +.25 -4.9sInfuSystem A INFU 3.25 1.45 80 3.25 203 3.30 3.13 +.15 +41.3 IngerRd N IR 1.80 2.0 20 97.67 79.63 995 88.27 6079 90.09 87.34 -1.54 -1.0 Ingevity N NGVT 84.87 53.62 218 77.07 854 79.43 76.13 -.23 +9.4 InglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 2.3 12 38.95 20.75 71 28.80 359 30.55 28.60 -1.40 -16.8 Ingredion N INGR 2.40 2.2 15 146.28 107.77 332 111.05 2036 114.74 110.72 -2.55 -20.6 InnerWkgs Q INWK 25 12.03 8.19 869 8.78 1307 9.06 8.63 +.01 -12.5 Innodata Q INOD 1.90 .88 6 1.19 108 1.25 1.15 +.03 -12.5 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 4.0 43 51.34 38.66 95 48.31 417 48.75 47.03 +.80 +3.4 Innospec Q IOSP .88f 1.1 29 79.90 54.10 112 77.35 504 78.03 73.78 +2.40 +9.6 InnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 121 13.20 464 14.10 12.09 -.18 +116.4sInnovInd n N IIPR 1.00f 2.6 38.60 15.72 150 37.88 644 38.60 35.78 +1.23 +17.2 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 28.80 25.50 0 27.40 10 27.90 27.25 -.46 -2.0 InnovSolu Q ISSC 10 4.54 2.60 9 2.94 49 2.97 2.80 -.04 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 6.7 14 17.99 11.47 739 14.95 2967 15.05 14.27 +.52 +5.4 Innsuites A IHT .01 .5 3.70 1.23 171 1.83 268 2.40 1.55 -.21 +4.6 Inogen Q INGN 189.76 87.01 160 185.46 796 186.96 173.52 +11.13 +55.7 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 8.90 572 10.50 2825 10.60 10.15 +.20 -30.0 InovioPhm Q INO 8.64 3.76 860 4.65 3807 4.86 4.54 -.25 +12.6 Inphi N IPHI 18 44.25 23.65 344 34.80 1985 35.15 33.14 +.78 -4.9 Inpixon rs Q INPX 65.40 .29 494 .36 2169 .36 .34 +.01 -94.4 InseegoCp Q INSG 2.33 .87 107 1.81 250 1.88 1.79 -.05 +12.4sInsightEnt Q NSIT 17 48.73 32.11 200 47.62 1057 48.73 45.56 +.68 +24.4 InsightS n N INSI 21.10 18.36 18 18.39 85 18.47 18.38 -.02 -7.6 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.40 .90 53 1.82 108 1.89 1.71 -.06 +52.9 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.49 628 28.51 2938 29.10 27.02 +.90 -8.6sInsperity s N NSP 31 93.55 34.88 258 93.15 1072 93.55 89.75 +2.75 +62.4 InsprMed n N INSP 34.60 22.50 275 30.84 1152 31.33 27.30 +.23 +23.5 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 4.40 28 6.60 180 6.95 6.45 -.05 -32.7 InstlldBPd N IBP 33 79.40 50.40 270 60.45 842 62.70 59.80 -1.30 -20.4 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .4 24 34.32 23.20 120 31.83 335 32.84 30.82 +.07 +12.4 Instructre n N INST 46.50 24.55 154 42.65 791 43.30 41.79 +.45 +28.9sInsulet Q PODD 96.38 40.92 395 94.82 1776 96.38 92.20 +1.99 +37.4 InsysTher s Q INSY 15.02 4.10 570 6.71 2351 7.04 6.42 -.15 -30.2tIntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 4.35 117 4.70 394 4.70 4.35 +.25 -8.7 IntegerHl N ITGR 67.75 39.80 160 65.95 653 67.00 64.60 +45.6sIntegLfSc s Q IART 73 65.32 41.51 960 64.04 2370 65.79 63.32 +.26 +33.8sIntgDv Q IDTI 35 34.15 23.07 2417 33.82 7855 34.15 32.92 +.30 +13.8 IntegMed n Q IMTE 44.00 1.85 17 15.15 69 16.26 14.26 +.27 +169.1sIntel Q INTC 1.20 2.1 21 56.20 33.23 31140 57.08 116194 57.10 54.81 +1.64 +23.7 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 11.15 842 25.45 4270 27.49 24.65 -.30 +32.4 Intellichk A IDN 4.55 1.50 49 2.33 156 2.39 2.18 +.05 -9.0sIntellgSys A INS 8.82 3.30 27 8.18 110 8.82 8.02 +.08 +79.4 Intelliph Q IPCI 3 2.92 .32 22 .41 230 .43 .41 -.01 -48.8sIntelsat N I 19.10 2.44 6067 16.99 20071 19.10 15.11 +1.70 +401.2sIntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.6 37 54.35 34.05 120 52.90 412 54.35 52.15 -.10 +21.7 InterXion N INXN 67.19 43.51 214 64.39 1276 64.86 62.80 +.86 +9.3 InteractB Q IBKR .40 .6 41 80.32 34.51 841 72.34 4107 77.18 71.94 -5.34 +22.2 InterceptP Q ICPT 135.59 51.05 1117 74.30 3901 74.90 65.63 +3.23 +27.2 IntcntlExc s N ICE .88e 1.2 17 76.30 60.27 2408 72.11 12074 72.28 69.34 +1.25 +2.2 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 155 65.15 800 65.47 63.68 -.32 +2.6 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.7 11 84.55 67.55 136 80.15 1221 80.95 78.40 +.40 +5.3 Interface Q TILE .26 1.2 23 26.25 18.30 372 22.55 2038 23.18 22.35 -.25 -10.3 Intergroup Q INTG 28.35 21.30 1 26.10 9 26.28 25.43 +9.5 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 9.85 4.10 0 4.37 2 4.37 4.20 -.06 -16.3 Intermolec Q IMI 1.65 .86 63 1.40 120 1.46 1.35 -.04 +2.2 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 8.88 213 10.92 1082 11.24 10.29 +.40 -30.5 IntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.5 18 44.40 32.50 206 43.70 970 44.25 41.95 +.60 +10.1 IBM N IBM 6.28f 4.4 10 171.13 139.13 3842 141.95 20919 143.10 140.21 -1.69 -7.5tIntFlav N IFF 2.76f 2.2 32 157.40 122.11 1050 124.02 3418 125.49 122.11 -1.37 -18.7 IntlGmeT n N IGT .80 3.1 31.00 17.32 4091 25.41 20485 26.77 24.87 -.99 -4.1 IntPap N IP 1.90 3.4 18 66.94 50.00 3479 55.24 9974 55.67 52.64 +1.11 -4.7 IntlSeaw n N INSW 23.43 15.23 151 20.44 708 21.50 18.43 +1.82 +10.7 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .47f 1.1 9 47.45 32.25 131 41.90 668 42.75 41.15 +.17 +5.1 IntTower g A THM .78 .29 70 .69 495 .75 .65 -.01 +60.5tIntrntGold Q IGLD 11.26 2.60 26 2.80 130 3.23 2.60 -.47 -66.9 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 2.05 .72 193 .84 935 .88 .81 -.00 -17.9 Interpublic N IPG .84 3.7 15 26.01 18.30 2721 22.57 12383 22.99 22.28 -.24 +12.0sIntersENT Q XENT 42.70 24.05 236 42.20 1283 42.78 38.75 +2.65 +30.2 Intersectns Q INTX 5.03 1.46 86 2.19 141 2.49 2.13 -.28 -3.1 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.0 26.90 23.44 2 25.37 6 25.55 25.07 +.17 -.4 inTestCorp A INTT 19 10.25 5.75 61 7.35 193 7.85 7.25 -.45 -15.0 Intevac Q IVAC 94 14.00 4.51 297 4.70 1310 5.15 4.65 -.15 -31.4 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 9.35 253 22.65 1056 23.64 22.16 +.04 +56.4 IntPotash N IPI 5.31 2.03 899 4.56 4611 4.75 4.46 -.13 -4.2 Intrexon N XON 25.88 10.26 1063 16.51 7885 16.76 15.19 +.85 +43.3sIntriCon Q IIN 32.55 6.05 94 33.15 289 33.75 31.00 +1.80 +67.4sIntuit Q INTU 1.56 .8 45 203.44 130.26 1292 204.08 8030 204.25 194.82 +6.99 +29.3sIntSurg s Q ISRG 72 473.79 292.17 1219 479.25 5439 480.00 449.64 +22.69 +31.3 Inuvo A INUV 1.24 .68 67 .74 162 .75 .69 +.05 -8.6 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 19.20 11.25 1166 17.40 2096 17.70 16.00 +1.20 +3.3 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 24 9.06 392 9.06 8.95 +.06 -12.1 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 25 9.89 127 9.99 9.87 +.03 +1.0 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.3 11.93 10.33 122 10.74 581 10.80 10.56 +.18 -5.6 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.7 20.29 17.50 20 17.62 123 17.73 17.57 +.03 -11.4 InvCAVal N VCV .79 6.7 13.20 11.53 81 11.82 570 11.82 11.67 +.16 -6.0 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.6 12.24 11.33 183 11.81 765 11.84 11.65 +.17 +.9tInvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.1 15.25 13.50 10 13.60 75 13.61 13.50 +.04 -7.5 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.9 15.47 13.64 145 14.25 553 14.30 14.16 +.11 -4.4tInvesco N IVZ 1.16 4.2 11 38.43 26.93 2580 27.72 12218 27.93 26.93 -.53 -24.1 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.68f 10.3 7 18.86 15.15 1435 16.32 6334 16.47 16.00 +.23 -8.5 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.7 25.70 24.24 7 25.30 21 25.30 25.10 +.17 +1.1 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.4 26.44 24.25 9 26.06 49 26.06 25.59 +.31 +1.2 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.6 25.73 23.40 45 24.78 147 24.78 24.31 +.37 -.8 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.2 8.25 7.34 76 7.50 343 7.58 7.42 +.09 -6.3 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.5 13.37 11.52 89 11.81 476 11.87 11.70 +.12 -4.8 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 6.9 13.04 11.51 91 11.85 449 11.89 11.71 +.09 -5.2 InvPAVal N VPV .79 6.6 12.68 11.54 18 11.93 145 11.93 11.73 +.14 -1.8 Invsco iqi N IQI .76 6.3 13.04 11.70 91 12.04 461 12.04 11.92 +.13 -3.8 InvSrInco N VVR .31 7.1 4.68 4.26 292 4.40 1220 4.41 4.36 +.02 +.2 InvTrIG N VGM .88 7.0 13.80 12.09 92 12.62 472 12.62 12.44 +.19 -4.2 InvTrNY N VTN .85 6.6 14.00 12.61 37 12.97 178 13.00 12.85 +.17 -5.5sInvestar Q ISTR .14f .5 27 28.00 20.25 34 27.95 75 28.20 26.88 +.65 +16.1 InvTech N ITG .28 1.3 23.96 17.63 173 21.91 510 22.46 21.77 -.60 +13.8 InvestBncp Q ISBC .36 2.7 20 14.69 12.48 1966 13.43 9348 13.53 13.25 -.16 -3.2 InvRlEst N IRET .28 5.1 4 5.93 4.05 322 5.51 2073 5.58 5.30 +.17 +10.4 InvRlE pfC N IRETpC 1.66 7.0 26.08 22.29 1 23.64 15 23.75 23.20 -.06 -9.1 InvTitl Q ITIC 1.60a .9 15 221.88 162.67 1 186.70 4 188.86 163.14 -.29 -5.9 Invitae n N NVTA 10.44 4.35 394 7.50 1582 7.55 7.20 +.23 -17.4 InvitHm n N INVH .44 2.0 24.30 20.25 1681 22.08 11346 22.50 21.71 +.26 -6.3 Invuity n Q IVTY 9.55 2.35 207 3.50 721 3.65 2.80 +.60 -43.5 IonisPhm Q IONS 65.51 39.07 911 46.61 4678 48.00 43.52 +1.76 -7.3 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 4.45 654 14.55 2984 16.35 14.25 -1.40 +81.9 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.00 0 30.76 3 31.05 30.71 -.22 +5.2 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 21.88 12.86 20.64 1 20.64 20.25 -.01 +16.5 iRadimed Q IRMD 19.25 8.00 26 18.70 62 18.80 18.25 +.25 +23.4 Iridex Q IRIX 10.98 4.28 11 7.16 38 7.39 7.00 +.06 -6.0sIridiumCm Q IRDM 19 15.30 9.68 8320 15.95 14623 17.70 13.05 +2.70 +35.2sIridium pfB Q IRDMB 16.88 3.1 518.00 348.00 19 548.08 21 593.19 491.60 +141.10 +36.3 IronMtn N IRM 2.20 6.5 30 41.52 30.78 1246 33.95 7390 34.12 32.61 +.96 -10.0 IronwdPh Q IRWD 19.94 12.89 966 18.37 7757 19.16 16.61 +1.11 +22.5 iShItaly rs N EWI 34.45 27.27 3956 30.36 18365 30.60 28.57 -.25 -.3 iShJapan rs N EWJ 64.71 52.81 5629 60.15 33872 60.23 59.60 +.02 +.4 iSMlasia rs N EWM 36.56 31.21 961 32.98 5284 33.41 32.04 -.94 iShSing rs N EWS 28.35 23.28 2383 26.50 5956 26.71 26.27 -.44 +2.2 iSTaiwn rs N EWT 39.36 34.13 4271 37.28 24792 37.30 36.32 +.17 +3.0 iSh UK rs N EWU 38.05 32.82 1448 36.27 7522 36.31 35.45 +.06 +1.3 iSh0-5IGCp N SLQD .79 1.6 50.73 49.48 180 49.60 439 49.87 49.56 -.11 -1.3 iShCmdOpT N CMDT 41.95 33.50 2 38.33 2 38.38 38.31 -.18 +3.1 iShCvBd N ICVT .67e 58.93 51.90 20 58.51 87 58.54 57.80 +.36 +6.2 iShCorEM N IEMG .95e 1.7 62.70 49.43 11745 56.14 59442 56.22 54.70 -.07 -1.3 iSh 5-10Cp n N MLQD 49.96 47.08 1 47.45 1 47.47 47.45 +.22 -4.0 iShRUT P n Q AMCA .26e 28.53 24.40 26.58 33 26.90 26.52 -.18 -2.9 iSh USD n Q SUSC 25.90 24.01 2 24.23 14 24.43 24.23 -.10 -4.8 iShColomC N ICOL .43e 2.8 16.51 13.45 300 15.35 327 15.37 14.95 +.51 +6.3 iShEnhBd n N IGEB 50.77 47.60 0 48.01 1 48.33 47.99 -.09 -4.6 iSh 1-5Yr n Q SUSB 25.26 24.46 2 24.55 61 25.14 24.53 -.06 -1.6 iShDefBd n N HYDB 51.96 49.25 0 49.26 1 49.42 49.26 -.18 -2.8 iShFSIntSC N ISCF .12p 34.73 27.98 303 32.62 345 33.00 32.32 -.37 +.5siShRs2500 n N SMMD 45.63 38.87 1 45.80 3 45.80 45.13 +.40 +4.9 iShFacSIntl N INTF .17p 31.21 26.10 242 29.18 3390 29.22 28.61 -.14 +1.1 iShArgGl n N AGT 32.94 24.18 0 25.54 18 25.98 25.36 -1.17 -15.4 iShFS USA N LRGF .19e 33.93 28.54 426 32.71 860 32.74 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32.80 3111 32.82 32.12 +.07 -1.6 iShCHSoK N HEWY .48p 32.01 28.50 0 29.76 8 30.27 29.58 -.54 -1.7 iShFacEmg N EMGF .13p 53.84 41.88 101 50.28 257 50.30 49.21 +.24 +1.6 iSh iBd26 n N IBDR 24.92 22.99 28 23.26 169 23.57 23.24 -.13 -5.2 iSiBd12-18 s N IBDH .30 1.2 25.22 25.07 99 25.09 166 25.16 25.08 -.05 -.2 iSiBd12-20 s N IBDL .62e 2.5 25.66 24.94 85 25.03 405 25.15 25.02 -.05 -1.1 iSiBd12-19 s N IBDK .37e 25.11 24.70 84 24.74 412 24.87 24.73 -.06 -.5 iSiBd12-23 s N IBDO .56e 25.55 24.13 73 24.28 267 24.57 24.24 -.09 -3.2 iSiBd12-22 s N IBDN .55e 25.42 24.19 80 24.33 318 24.54 24.32 -.08 -2.6 iSiBd12-25 s N IBDQ .64e 25.37 23.70 62 23.92 216 24.19 23.83 -.05 -4.4 iSiBd12-24 s N IBDP .63e 25.44 23.86 62 24.07 186 24.36 24.00 -.08 -3.9 iSiBd12-21 s N IBDM .47e 25.19 24.27 98 24.36 489 24.55 24.32 -.06 -1.8 IsoRay A ISR .65 .36 184 .52 935 .53 .49 +.01 +29.1 IsraelChm N ICL .27e 5.8 4.95 3.85 165 4.65 719 4.65 4.48 +15.1 Isramco Q ISRL 128.93 92.00 0 113.40 2 113.40 106.65 +5.40 +8.4 IssuerDir A ISDR .20 1.1 60 18.95 11.65 25 17.40 42 17.50 17.10 +.25 -5.2 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 15.9 75 16.34 10.28 11 15.61 57 16.29 15.00 +.01 +16.1 ItauUnibH N ITUB .32e 2.7 16.98 10.56 15098 11.66 63974 11.87 11.34 -.57 -10.2 Iteris Q ITI 8.17 4.09 160 5.11 591 5.32 5.06 -.08 -26.7stIterumTh n Q ITRM 13.00 11.23 139 12.24 409 13.00 11.23 -.61 -4.7tItron Q ITRI 79.95 57.05 266 56.95 1205 58.85 56.70 -2.10 -16.5 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 2.8 18 38.00 28.50 38 33.70 266 33.90 31.85 +1.30 -1.5 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.5 16.10 13.92 41 14.28 232 14.36 14.19 +.06 -5.6 IvNxFcVl ef Q IVFVC 100.02 99.99 100.02 1 100.02 100.02 Izea n Q IZEA 7.85 1.37 145 1.43 655 2.04 1.38 -.10 -68.4J -:J&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.3 22 157.33 124.10 80 143.05 270 144.17 137.51 +3.98 -5.8 JAlexHld n N JAX 34 12.80 8.70 34 12.00 97 12.20 11.60 +.25 +23.7 JJill n N JILL 6 13.71 4.17 1680 8.07 7059 8.36 5.80 +2.23 +3.5 j2Global Q JCOM 1.66f 1.9 30 90.90 70.27 630 85.52 1916 86.85 84.39 -.22 +14.0 JA Solar Q JASO 11 8.48 6.01 608 7.16 1111 7.24 7.16 -.08 -4.0sJBG Smth n N JBGS .90 2.5 37.94 30.79 511 36.52 2840 37.94 36.35 -.03 +5.2tJD.com Q JD 19 50.68 34.76 12404 36.09 54380 37.00 34.76 -.78 -12.9 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 4 24.70 42 24.99 24.59 -.25 -2.3 JMP Grp N JMP .36 7.0 73 7.70 4.92 26 5.12 64 5.13 5.05 +.02 -8.6 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 26.00 25.10 25.57 4 25.71 25.57 -.13 +1.1tJMU Ltd Q JMU 2.60 .51 105 .51 389 .64 .48 -.11 -50.0 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.0 27.28 25.53 43 26.25 167 26.25 25.98 +.24 -3.0 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.5 68.02 56.80 4 62.01 29 62.12 61.10 +.01 -.8 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.8 63.18 55.18 125 60.00 465 60.04 58.91 -.10 -.1 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 51.69 9 57.53 54 57.61 56.23 -.22 -1.4 JPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.59 64.52 13 71.07 90 71.37 70.17 +.12 +.8 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 56.44 0 60.42 31 60.42 58.90 -.01 +.1 JPM Val n N JVAL 27.44 24.90 25.98 1 25.98 25.70 -.02 -.5 JPM Mom n N JMOM 27.55 24.95 0 27.19 1 27.19 26.68 +.19 +6.0 JPM US Dv N JDIV 26.74 24.18 25.37 1 25.37 25.37 +.03 -4.2 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 24.93 13 25.15 40 25.20 25.00 +.02 -3.9 JPM FutSt n N JPMF 25.34 24.33 24.36 1 24.43 24.36 -.14 -3.1 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 385 50.12 1112 50.24 50.10 -.08 +.1sJPM SCap n N JPSE 31.35 27.03 11 31.15 40 31.35 30.67 +.42 +5.0tJPM GlB n N JPGB 52.89 49.84 2 49.82 18 50.05 49.82 -.23 -2.6tJPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.57 17 49.72 37 49.87 49.57 -.15 -3.0 JPM USMid N JPME 66.84 58.25 2 64.79 17 65.17 64.04 +.15 +1.6 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 2.1 15 119.33 82.13 13582 108.40 86173 109.20 104.96 -2.26 +1.4 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.4 26.06 24.52 104 25.40 238 25.42 25.26 +.05 +.1 JPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.3 27.56 25.76 62 26.47 255 26.47 26.25 +.15 -2.1 JPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 8.5 30.74 23.17 962 26.88 7716 27.15 25.94 +.67 -2.1 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.9 27.20 25.32 120 26.12 448 26.16 25.97 -2.0 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.8 27.38 25.30 116 26.34 343 26.35 26.16 +.06 -2.3 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.8 27.41 24.03 152 26.53 505 26.70 26.43 -.13 -1.5 Jabil N JBL .32 1.1 16 31.77 23.70 1057 28.68 4074 28.90 28.00 +.47 +9.3 JackHenry Q JKHY 1.48 1.2 28 127.31 98.16 321 124.82 2039 126.43 121.11 +3.10 +6.7 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 2.0 23 110.21 79.23 528 80.42 2459 82.83 80.00 -1.56 -18.0 JksvllBcIL Q JXSB .40 1.2 34.99 29.00 1 33.65 8 33.71 33.61 +.04 +5.1 JacobsEng N JEC .60 .9 25 72.18 49.31 1027 65.41 5651 66.06 62.61 +2.08 -.8tJaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 11.25 5170 11.27 9609 12.46 10.84 -.62 -28.6 JkksPac Q JAKK 4.50 1.95 57 2.73 438 3.08 2.65 -.38 +16.0sJamba Q JMBA 10.38 6.71 113 10.18 184 10.71 9.38 +.61 +26.3 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.2 79 18.79 13.55 5 17.13 65 17.13 16.26 +.54 -2.7 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 3.1 26 44.34 32.17 189 38.52 693 39.00 36.83 +.92 -3.7sJanusSmC Q JSML 40.19 32.52 1 40.22 9 40.31 39.31 +.78 +9.5 JanSmMid Q JSMD 43.68 33.23 2 42.35 15 42.85 41.77 +.38 +9.1 JanLTCar n Q OLD 27.72 21.60 1 24.54 5 24.60 24.09 +.44 +2.5sJanObes n Q SLIM 36.34 24.73 1 36.33 5 36.34 34.59 +1.11 +17.2 JanOrgan n Q ORG 36.00 27.21 7 33.00 12 33.09 32.50 -4.5 Jan ShDur n N VNLA 50.42 49.94 105 49.98 415 50.09 49.97 -.05 -.4 JanusHn n N JHG 1.44f 4.6 41.64 30.63 717 31.09 4010 32.03 30.76 -1.11 -18.7 JpnSmCap N JOF .13e 1.1 13.06 9.77 18 12.21 138 12.28 12.13 -.05 +3.4 Jason Inds Q JASN 3.88 .77 35 2.98 155 2.99 2.74 +.14 +25.7sJazzPhrm Q JAZZ 23 169.25 128.58 929 170.75 2565 171.76 162.75 +5.73 +26.8 JeffrFn N LUK .40 1.8 40 28.30 21.61 1591 22.08 9196 22.96 21.86 -1.16 -16.6 JeldWen n N JELD 42.27 26.32 766 27.12 2410 28.09 26.70 -.88 -31.1 JensynAc n Q JSYN 11.10 10.06 10.60 25 10.60 10.60 +.19 +2.9 JensynAc wt Q JSYNW .55 .11 0 .19 24 .19 .12 -49.3 JerashHl n Q JRSH 11.00 7.01 48 7.65 143 8.28 7.15 -1.35 -10.9 JernignC n N JCAP 1.40 7.1 12 24.89 15.90 113 19.78 525 19.94 19.30 +.34 +4.1 JetBlue Q JBLU 11 24.13 18.05 4933 18.77 18237 19.50 18.75 -.64 -16.0 JetPay h Q JTPY 4.90 1.45 12 2.05 46 2.05 1.95 -19.3sJewettCm s Q JCTCF 22 8.96 5.73 8 7.85 17 8.96 7.50 -.35 +4.7 Jianpu n N JT 9.49 4.75 167 5.96 727 6.13 5.73 +.15 -8.0tJinkoSolar N JKS 27 30.50 16.06 2000 15.14 3217 18.10 15.13 -3.07 -37.0 JBeanTch N JBT .40 .5 34 122.65 84.81 229 88.55 679 89.70 87.10 +.05 -20.1 JHMultLgC N JHML .10p 37.14 31.32 11 35.61 84 35.63 34.94 +.14 +2.4 JH MultMdC N JHMM .08p 36.30 30.55 30 35.14 116 35.26 34.60 +.08 +3.0 JH MultCns N JHMC .07p 33.38 27.14 1 31.39 7 31.41 30.97 +.04 +2.7 JH MultFin N JHMF .08p 39.70 31.24 1 37.20 12 37.29 36.34 -.36 +1.2 JH MultHltC N JHMH .05p 34.56 29.08 0 31.83 9 31.83 31.18 +.13 +2.2 JH MultTch N JHMT .09p 47.35 35.22 4 46.37 23 46.40 45.14 +.82 +12.9 JH MultEn N JHME 33.93 24.30 0 32.63 14 32.85 31.70 +.90 +10.0 JH MultMat N JHMA 38.20 30.54 1 35.39 7 35.39 34.80 +.20 -1.5 JH SmCap n N JHSC 28.27 24.27 13 27.01 29 27.23 26.62 +.24 +3.4 JH MultDev N JHMD 32.58 27.75 10 30.26 23 30.35 29.64 -.21 -.5 JH MultUt N JHMU 29.74 25.00 27.49 1 27.49 27.21 +.74 -.1 JH MultInd N JHMI 37.55 29.96 0 35.10 7 35.23 34.63 -.06 JH HedgEq N HEQ 1.50 8.8 17.95 15.87 33 17.02 191 17.22 16.90 -.11 -2.2 JH TxAdY N HTY 1.28 14.9 10.25 8.27 16 8.61 85 8.70 8.56 -.06 -2.4tJohnJn N JNJ 3.60f 3.0 16 148.32 118.62 5740 121.26 37448 121.58 118.62 -.21 -13.2 JohnContl n N JCI 1.04e 3.1 23 44.37 32.89 4281 33.73 16900 34.66 33.46 -.91 -11.5sJohnsnOut Q JOUT .48 .6 19 78.32 42.76 23 76.62 202 78.32 71.21 +1.58 +23.4 JointCorp Q JYNT 8.00 3.41 24 7.27 137 7.42 7.14 +.06 +46.6 JonesEngy N JONE 2.21 .44 1387 .52 4768 .56 .46 +.04 -52.8 JonesLL N JLL .82f .5 28 178.75 114.54 296 163.22 2133 169.11 162.04 -6.85 +9.6 JounceTh n Q JNCE 29.25 10.21 778 11.23 2216 11.82 10.90 -.16 -11.9 Jumei Intl N JMEI 29 4.20 2.00 1199 2.57 9408 2.66 2.38 +.16 -12.0 JnprNtwk N JNPR .72 2.7 15 30.44 23.61 4176 26.80 23012 27.28 26.55 -.25 -6.0 JunprPhm Q JNP 15 13.25 4.11 65 8.90 185 9.00 8.40 -.05 +83.5 Jupai n N JP .40f 1.7 12 29.00 7.36 350 23.42 1927 26.66 22.97 +.53 +26.7 JustEngy g N JE .41 1 5.91 3.53 147 3.72 886 3.75 3.64 +.12 -13.3 JustEn pfA N JEpA 26.40 21.29 3 23.18 21 23.58 22.90 -.27 -6.8K -:K12 N LRN 58 19.46 12.72 117 16.27 631 16.40 15.95 +.32 +2.3 K2M Grp Q KTWO 25.99 16.44 283 23.86 787 24.21 22.66 +.95 +32.6 KAR Auct N KAR 1.40 2.6 18 56.75 40.27 1221 53.11 3131 53.61 52.49 -.13 +5.1 KB FnclGp N KB 63.96 44.21 115 48.85 467 50.41 47.93 -2.11 -16.5 KB Home N KBH .10 .4 31 38.80 20.68 1140 26.40 4598 27.41 26.10 -.12 -17.4sKBL Mg un Q KBLMU 10.60 9.10 10.60 1 10.60 10.60 +.15 +4.3 KBR Inc N KBR .32 1.7 13 21.70 14.08 925 18.44 8492 18.92 17.29 +.95 -7.0 KBS Fash rs Q KBSF 15.00 1.41 69 5.08 142 5.27 5.00 -.08 +22.7 KCAP Fin Q KCAP .40 12.5 4.00 2.91 75 3.19 1389 3.20 3.15 +.01 -6.5 KCAPFn 19 N KAP 1.84 7.2 25.99 25.05 0 25.62 3 25.66 25.53 +.05 +1.3 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 & 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KCAP 22 n Q KCAPL 1.53 6.0 25.73 24.65 3 25.30 33 25.50 25.25 -.10 +.8sKEYW Hld Q KEYW 9.74 4.94 456 9.21 2982 9.74 9.03 +.03 +56.9 KKR N KKR 1.31e 5.8 10 24.50 17.96 1446 22.47 7127 22.68 21.65 +.01 +6.7 KKR pfA N KKR.PRA 27.69 25.45 27 26.91 144 27.28 26.69 -.31 -.4 KKR pf B N KKRpB 1.63 6.2 27.37 25.31 6 26.40 43 26.75 26.19 +.15 -1.3 KKR Inco N KIO 1.50a 9.2 18.63 15.38 89 16.27 420 16.27 15.97 +.29 +1.4 KKR RE n N KREF 1.72e 23.73 18.09 156 20.29 576 20.65 20.20 -.10 +1.4 KLA Tnc Q KLAC 3.00f 2.6 16 123.96 87.93 1382 115.84 5106 116.42 112.08 +1.52 +10.3 KLX Q KLXI 27 82.50 45.73 338 72.77 2200 74.64 71.61 +.47 +6.6 KMG Chm N KMG .12 .2 26 70.60 45.65 111 67.06 621 68.97 64.77 +1.45 +1.5 KT Corp N KT 18.82 12.70 409 13.14 1988 13.16 12.92 -.08 -15.8 KVHInd Q KVHI 12.65 8.85 14 11.25 60 11.35 11.05 +.05 +8.7 Kadant N KAI .88f .9 28 114.00 73.30 48 97.85 170 98.95 96.50 +.10 -2.5 Kadmon n N KDMN 5.86 2.05 228 3.73 1125 3.78 3.52 +.13 +3.0 KaiserAlu Q KALU 2.20 2.0 36 116.86 81.01 164 110.12 608 112.75 106.61 +1.58 +3.1 Kala Ph n Q KALA 26.75 11.81 106 15.74 568 15.78 14.05 +.34 -14.9 Kalvista rs Q KALV 15.80 5.48 44 8.49 100 8.86 8.40 -.36 -12.9 Kamada Q KMDA 8.61 3.75 4 5.10 66 5.10 4.78 +.15 +7.4 Kaman N KAMN .80 1.1 35 75.08 47.66 136 71.54 784 72.94 70.69 -.88 +21.6 KandiTech Q KNDI 9.90 3.50 111 5.40 447 5.70 5.35 -.30 -20.6 KCSo pf N KSUp 1.00 3.9 29.50 25.22 0 25.85 2 26.00 25.75 +.33 -5.1 KC Southn N KSU 1.44f 1.3 20 114.91 95.32 1173 108.43 4782 111.73 106.65 -3.61 +3.1 KapStoneP N KS .40 1.2 12 35.01 20.27 582 34.43 2761 34.53 34.25 -.03 +51.7 Karyophm Q KPTI 20.39 7.48 383 18.12 1851 19.08 17.35 +.44 +88.8 KayAnAc n Q KAAC 10.08 9.64 9.84 50 9.84 9.84 -.01 +1.3 KayneAn un Q KAACU 11.18 9.85 10.35 9 10.35 10.12 +.05 +3.9 KaynAEnD N KED 1.60 9.1 19.07 14.10 29 17.59 106 17.62 16.39 +.52 +1.0 KA EngTR N KYE 1.32m 13.9 11.45 8.30 141 9.48 550 9.67 9.30 +.13 -5.8 KA MLP N KYN 1.80 9.5 20.38 14.38 179 18.94 1236 19.09 18.27 +.54 -.6tKAMLP pfF N KYNpF .88 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-.64 +2.5M -:M&T Bk N MTB 3.20f 1.8 20 197.37 141.12 537 174.68 3349 177.34 170.58 -3.60 +2.2tM&TBk pfC N MTBpC 63.75 6.3 1086.00 1010.00 0 1010.00 1 1011.50 1010.00 -19.52 -1.9 MACOM Q MTSI 65.99 15.46 1091 23.72 3130 23.81 22.07 +1.19 -27.1 MAG Slv g A MAG 13.84 9.29 117 11.58 524 12.00 11.46 -.35 -6.3 MAM Soft Q MAMS 21 9.42 6.11 16 8.64 45 8.96 8.17 +.31 +15.0 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96 1.9 20 51.33 38.29 763 49.66 3941 50.50 48.87 -.90 +11.5 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 35 25.35 144 25.46 25.23 -.01 -3.6 MBIA N MBI 10.97 6.04 881 8.49 4516 8.68 8.18 -.10 +16.0 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .28f 2.6 16 11.55 9.25 20 10.70 81 10.70 10.30 +.05 +.9 MCBC n Q MCFT 19 31.26 16.82 160 29.59 677 30.19 29.15 -.47 +33.2 MDC N MDC 1.20 3.8 11 35.18 26.45 487 31.77 2463 32.52 31.38 +.13 -.3 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 19.8 1 12.26 3.80 454 4.25 2238 4.40 4.10 -.15 -56.4 MDU Res N MDU .79 2.9 23 29.28 24.29 439 27.57 2963 28.24 27.52 -.18 +2.6sMEI Phrm Q MEIP 3.55 1.77 712 3.43 2208 3.60 3.06 +.30 +63.3 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 4.49 1.31 15 1.50 278 1.78 1.40 +.02 -28.9 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.3 10 8.90 6.72 1195 7.78 8237 7.85 7.70 +.05 -1.8 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.7 26.36 25.32 26.02 5 26.02 25.81 +.20 -1.3 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.4 25.89 23.96 33 25.22 56 25.50 25.02 +.29 -.3 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.62 5.69 8 6.25 44 6.25 6.14 +.02 -19.8 MFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.8 14.00 10.24 5 10.39 15 10.44 10.32 +.10 -9.7 MCR N MCR .72a 9.1 8.76 7.90 85 7.95 297 7.96 7.90 +.03 -6.3 MGF N MGF .41 9.0 5.01 4.46 66 4.56 193 4.56 4.51 +.07 -4.8 MFS HInM N CXE .30 6.0 5.51 4.84 39 4.96 210 4.97 4.90 +.05 -5.3 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.1 4.89 4.37 118 4.55 319 4.59 4.51 +.01 -1.5 MFS IHI N CIF .25 9.5 3.03 2.56 94 2.62 323 2.64 2.59 -10.9 MIN N MIN .42 10.8 4.35 3.82 267 3.91 1112 3.91 3.83 +.07 -5.8 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.5 10.33 9.08 23 9.21 97 9.29 9.20 +.01 -5.1 MMT N MMT .52 9.2 6.29 5.59 134 5.65 512 5.67 5.61 +.04 -6.9 MFM N MFM .38 5.7 7.41 6.41 100 6.69 341 6.70 6.59 +.14 -2.6 MFV N MFV .58 10.2 6.84 5.49 4 5.64 70 5.69 5.55 +.01 -4.7 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.29 2.2 28 68.70 51.05 67 58.65 242 60.70 58.05 +.07 -7.1 MGIC Inv N MTG 8 16.21 9.97 2673 10.52 13741 10.81 10.38 +.03 -25.4 MGMGrPr n N MGP 1.68 31.83 25.31 643 29.77 2320 30.11 29.10 +.39 +2.1 MGM Rsts N MGM .48 1.5 9 38.41 29.53 7222 31.79 30094 32.18 31.03 +.34 -4.8 MGP Ing Q MGPI .32a .4 55 98.65 47.64 133 87.93 664 89.20 86.81 +.50 +14.4 MI Acq n Q MACQ 11.41 8.34 28 10.45 107 10.50 10.40 -.03 +2.6 MI Homes N MHO 13 37.41 24.08 200 27.67 1048 29.06 27.44 -.91 -19.6 MKS Inst Q MKSI .80f .7 17 128.28 65.90 589 114.90 1898 116.70 112.10 +2.30 +21.6 MMA Cap Q MMAC 4 30.58 18.00 118 27.25 189 28.07 26.90 -.60 +12.1 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.47f 6.8 33 39.38 30.88 1002 36.09 4723 36.41 35.40 +.54 +1.7 MRC Glbl N MRC 22 21.31 14.01 589 20.46 2053 20.98 20.20 +.06 +20.9sMSA Safety N MSA 1.52f 1.6 55 94.44 65.95 318 95.42 807 95.89 90.37 +4.80 +23.1sMSB Fin Q MSBF .87a 4.5 20.70 17.10 2 19.55 6 20.70 18.95 +.58 +9.8 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32 2.5 18 99.94 65.42 450 91.69 1834 93.74 89.32 +.36 -5.1sMSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 .9 44 164.11 100.84 702 163.40 3000 164.39 157.32 +4.06 +29.1 MSG Netw N MSGN 9 26.30 16.25 420 19.30 1867 20.00 18.90 -.65 -4.7sMTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00 10.1 6 20.20 16.15 919 19.90 2936 20.20 19.75 +7.6 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.8 27.42 25.00 25.99 3 26.01 25.87 +.04 -.4 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.3 14 57.50 42.00 83 52.80 361 53.95 52.35 -.25 -1.7 MTchAcq n Q MTEC 9.95 9.17 9.74 28 9.95 9.65 +.04 +1.2 MTchAc un Q MTECU 10.52 9.94 10.30 33 10.37 10.30 -.05 +2.3sMV OilTr N MVO .76e 7.4 8 10.60 4.80 29 10.20 106 10.60 9.60 +.37 +21.4 MVB Fin n Q MVBF .10 .5 20.40 16.93 12 19.19 27 19.19 17.96 +.81 -4.5 MVC Cap N MVC .60 6.0 10.97 9.52 16 10.07 149 10.14 10.02 -.01 -4.6 MVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.1 27.25 25.12 3 25.75 11 25.92 25.43 +.25 -.3 MYOS Q MYOS 2.38 1.03 13 1.47 151 1.60 1.29 -.14 +8.4sMYR Grp Q MYRG 26 39.83 23.00 97 39.52 378 39.86 38.13 +1.09 +10.6 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.2 14.75 11.44 31 11.76 135 11.87 11.45 +.10 -5.4 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.6 26.50 21.32 16 22.47 109 22.66 22.08 -.01 -12.8sMacatawa Q MCBC .24 2.0 21 12.48 8.87 32 12.22 255 12.48 11.72 +.39 +22.2 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.3 31 69.73 52.12 829 55.51 5489 56.21 54.32 +.76 -15.5 MackCali N CLI .80 4.1 9 28.51 15.86 637 19.64 3123 19.95 18.41 +.98 -8.1 MackFn Q MFNC .48 3.0 14 16.80 13.51 12 15.74 32 15.74 15.30 +.05 -1.0 Macquarie N MIC 5.24e 13.4 7 79.51 36.20 1738 38.99 9576 39.63 37.65 +.98 -39.3 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 14.36 172 23.07 1194 23.25 21.78 +.39 +21.4sMacys N M 1.51 4.2 11 36.00 17.41 4881 35.56 32394 36.00 33.83 +1.43 +41.2 MadCvCall N MCN .72 9.6 8.15 7.09 18 7.48 200 7.49 7.41 -.03 -3.1 MadSqGd n N MSG 82 270.29 189.96 184 263.68 843 267.58 260.43 -1.89 +25.1 MadStSec N MSP 1.04 8.9 12.30 10.72 2 11.72 29 11.85 11.60 -.07 +.1sMadrigP rs Q MDGL 273.19 13.09 1373 274.42 7086 279.80 107.00 +159.54 +199.0 Magal Q MAGS 6.48 4.13 5 5.29 40 5.40 5.26 -.06 +4.5 MagellnHlt Q MGLN 22 112.25 67.50 161 92.55 694 93.20 89.45 +2.20 -4.1 MagellMid N MMP 3.75f 5.3 21 75.82 54.82 787 70.11 3208 70.20 67.88 +1.51 -1.2 MagicSft Q MGIC .26e 3.0 21 9.50 7.60 22 8.65 60 8.90 8.40 +3.2 MagicJack Q CALL 8.65 5.55 109 8.48 182 8.50 8.45 +.03 +.3 Magna g s N MGA 1.32f 2.0 11 67.47 43.18 1166 64.44 4220 64.89 62.95 +.08 +13.7 MagnaChip N MX 7 13.40 8.70 210 11.30 1376 11.55 11.00 +.20 +13.6tMagneG rs Q MNGA 31.50 .41 140 .46 1614 .49 .41 -.01 -90.4 MagyarBc Q MGYR 72 13.95 12.01 0 12.91 1 12.91 12.36 +.48 +.9 MaidenH Q MHLD .60 6.9 11.95 5.55 856 8.70 3101 8.90 7.70 +.85 +31.8 Maiden prA N MHpA 2.06 9.9 25.71 18.80 18 20.84 122 21.44 20.77 +.14 -15.6 Maiden pfC N MHpC 1.78 9.2 26.67 16.73 34 19.39 167 19.65 19.20 +.14 -20.6 MaidnH pfD N MHpD 1.68 9.1 25.05 14.85 19 18.39 73 18.59 18.00 +.43 -12.2 MaidenHld n N MHLA .60 2.9 27.28 16.68 12 20.54 40 20.98 20.20 +.37 -10.7 MaidHld 43 N MHNC 1.94 9.1 27.34 18.64 12 21.33 40 21.45 20.80 +.18 -12.7 MainStCap N MAIN 2.28f 5.9 13 41.79 34.37 162 38.44 778 38.63 38.30 -.02 -3.2 MainSDTMu N MMD 1.18 6.0 20.49 18.54 61 19.57 241 19.74 19.35 -.10 -1.3 Majesco n A MJCO 6.43 4.35 4 5.72 21 5.75 5.54 +.17 +6.5 MMyTrip Q MMYT 38.10 22.40 270 35.30 1512 36.13 32.60 -.50 +18.3sMalibuBoat Q MBUU 34 44.19 23.28 129 43.53 476 44.19 42.27 +.75 +46.4 Mallinckdt N MNK 49.12 11.65 1583 17.05 8689 17.37 16.23 +.55 -24.4 MalvernBc Q MLVF 15 28.20 21.00 5 26.60 41 26.60 25.05 +1.45 +1.5sMamEngy n Q TUSK 40.39 10.88 365 37.09 2937 40.39 32.76 +5.94 +88.9 ManTech Q MANT 1.00f 1.8 18 62.24 37.02 151 54.67 621 55.12 52.40 +1.32 +8.9 MgdDInvG N MZF .74 5.2 14.35 13.05 22 14.31 86 14.32 14.24 +.11 +6.6 ManchUtd N MANU .36 1.7 1 22.15 15.86 21 21.10 139 21.30 20.40 +.05 +6.6 ManhAssc Q MANH 27 54.21 39.10 800 43.50 3339 44.12 42.36 +.78 -12.2 ManhBrCa Q LOAN .48 6.5 17 7.69 4.85 21 7.40 53 7.40 7.10 +.10 +24.5 Manitex Q MNTX 12.37 6.58 32 11.79 222 12.25 11.43 -.21 +22.8 Manitowc rs N MTW 44.03 22.12 257 24.61 1871 26.33 24.14 -1.62 -37.4 MannKd rs Q MNKD 6.96 1.09 2161 1.97 7151 2.01 1.90 +.04 -15.1 Mannatech Q MTEX .50 2.4 10 22.40 13.45 19 21.10 71 21.20 20.70 +.40 +40.7 ManngNap N MN .32 10.2 13 4.80 2.95 35 3.15 134 3.20 3.10 -12.5tManpwrGp N MAN 1.86 2.0 11 136.93 89.99 514 91.25 3106 93.72 89.99 -.15 -27.6 Manulife g N MFC .44 22.16 17.07 1054 19.04 6652 19.06 18.45 -.16 -8.7 MarathnO N MRO .20 .9 22.12 10.55 12892 21.52 45031 21.83 20.31 +.81 +27.1 MaraPat rs Q MARA 10.03 .50 411 1.35 2518 1.41 1.27 +.05 -67.1 MarathPt s N MPC 1.84 2.2 12 83.27 49.30 6980 81.92 27943 82.69 76.53 +4.92 +24.2 MarchxB Q MCHX .50e 3.13 2.33 140 2.61 470 2.73 2.52 -.07 -5.3 MarcusMill N MMI 23 38.26 24.18 143 37.18 799 37.94 36.95 -.70 +14.0 Marcus N MCS .60f 1.9 25 34.20 23.55 70 31.65 351 32.20 30.90 +.20 +15.7 MarinSft rs N MRIN 15.45 5.70 26 6.30 43 6.30 5.80 +.45 -42.5sMarPet Q MARPS .32e 7.8 9 4.57 2.83 57 4.10 108 4.83 3.58 +.43 +20.6 MarineP N MPX .40f 2.4 29 17.12 12.00 19 16.47 67 17.04 16.18 +.27 +29.3 MarineMx N HZO 23 24.45 13.80 186 23.55 721 23.75 22.75 +.20 +24.6 MarinusPh Q MRNS 9.87 1.13 1259 6.44 3363 6.78 5.70 +.53 -21.1 Markel N MKL 62 1194.98 949.72 43 1095.59 184 1132.92 1086.28 -39.09 -3.8 MktAxess Q MKTX 1.68 .8 56 229.84 171.45 184 216.85 730 218.97 208.41 +6.30 +7.5 MarlinBs Q MRLN .56 1.9 18 31.95 20.26 33 29.75 73 30.25 29.30 -.30 +32.8 MAR Q MAR 1.32 1.0 35 149.21 96.90 1556 138.34 8742 138.99 134.07 +.37 +1.9 MarriotVac N VAC 1.60 1.3 20 154.14 107.58 317 121.74 2028 122.91 117.17 +2.14 -10.0 Marrone Q MBII 3.39 .85 324 1.66 1559 1.80 1.50 -.12 +50.9 MarshM N MMC 1.66f 2.1 22 86.54 76.58 1307 80.43 9732 81.30 78.60 -.87 -1.2 MartenTr s Q MRTN .10 .4 35 29.60 14.76 274 23.20 1422 23.25 21.85 +1.05 +14.3 MartMM N MLM 1.76 .8 33 241.33 189.27 793 225.15 2692 227.48 215.14 +7.89 +1.9 MartinMid Q MMLP 2.00 13.1 24 19.85 12.70 139 15.25 359 15.25 14.55 +.50 +8.9 MarvellTch Q MRVL .24 1.1 21 25.18 14.87 10532 22.17 41781 22.68 21.32 -.32 +3.3 Masco N MAS .42 1.1 19 46.45 35.79 2603 37.63 13104 38.43 37.12 -.27 -14.4sMasimo Q MASI 43 101.06 80.69 363 101.00 1711 101.12 97.12 +1.88 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Mastec N MTZ 12 55.53 38.40 822 47.90 3311 48.63 46.45 +.10 -2.1 MastechD A MHH 19 18.42 6.13 24 16.05 97 17.40 15.18 -.72 +59.5sMasterCrd N MA 1.00 .5 45 194.72 119.89 4194 195.37 16573 195.37 186.60 +4.20 +29.1 MatadorRs N MTDR 20 35.22 20.13 3859 26.40 9832 29.31 25.57 -2.27 -15.2 Match n Q MTCH 44 48.65 16.57 1855 42.58 8989 42.67 40.20 +.74 +36.0 Materialise Q MTLS 16.50 11.23 94 12.05 293 12.39 11.89 -.37 -5.2 Materion N MTRN .42f .8 35 57.45 34.25 86 54.75 381 55.50 53.65 +.40 +12.7 MatinasB n A MTNB 2.89 .43 91 .60 626 .60 .49 +.07 -48.6 MatlinPr n Q MPAC 10.02 9.65 2 9.87 2 9.87 9.84 +.03 +1.1 MatlnPrt un Q MPACU 11.00 10.00 12 10.45 12 10.45 10.40 +.10 +3.0 MatrixSv Q MTRX 20.25 7.80 161 19.45 837 19.90 18.30 +.95 +9.3 Matson N MATX .80 2.3 7 40.32 21.63 277 34.29 856 35.16 33.87 -.38 +14.9 Mattel Q MAT .60 3.8 23.12 12.21 3984 15.80 14550 15.84 14.95 +.57 +2.7 Mattersight Q MATR 3.05 1.93 32 2.70 143 2.70 2.65 +.05 +5.9 MatthInt Q MATW .76 1.4 19 66.65 47.70 144 55.00 512 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61.45 134 69.45 738 71.95 66.15 +7.10 -7.2 MurphO N MUR 1.00 3.2 35.16 22.21 2726 31.60 8365 31.74 28.85 +2.30 +1.8 MurphUSA N MUSA 13 89.69 61.05 401 66.62 1498 68.49 66.16 -.50 -17.1 MustBio n Q MBIO 13.35 6.81 72 7.61 289 7.99 7.20 +.04 -36.5 MutualFst Q MFSF .72 1.9 19 40.50 31.05 12 38.20 58 39.10 37.55 -.05 -.9 MySize n Q MYSZ 3.58 .57 802 1.16 17892 1.37 1.07 +.15 +79.3 MyersInd N MYE .54 2.7 40 24.60 15.40 292 19.95 958 20.15 18.35 +1.45 +2.3 Mylan NV Q MYL 9 47.82 29.39 4982 38.84 19090 39.81 38.29 -.54 -8.2 MyndAn n Q MYND 5.05 1.15 81 2.45 851 2.87 2.24 +.18 -27.9 MyoKard n Q MYOK 62.83 12.20 305 48.45 1514 48.90 46.35 +.75 +15.1 Myomo n A MYO 23.20 2.07 246 3.12 609 3.29 3.08 -.19 -16.8sMyovant n N MYOV 24.91 9.92 44 23.59 254 24.91 22.80 +1.03 +86.6 MyriadG Q MYGN 19 41.57 19.75 1126 39.47 4196 39.52 35.63 +3.60 +14.9N -:NBT Bcp Q NBTB 1.00f 2.6 19 40.47 31.28 97 38.53 524 38.79 37.56 +.42 +4.7 NCI BldSy N NCS 23 21.20 13.05 405 18.75 1155 19.45 18.65 -.40 -2.8 NCR Corp N 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16850 34.76 33.43 -.07 +19.1 NRG Yld A N NYLD/A 1.12f 6.5 35 19.91 15.30 215 17.16 922 18.08 17.07 -.33 -9.0 NRG Yld C N NYLD 1.24f 7.2 24 20.15 15.55 417 17.20 3501 18.20 17.10 -.49 -9.0 NTN Buzz rs A NTN 8.40 3.01 5 4.07 36 4.50 4.05 -.16 -3.4 NV5 Global Q NVEE 25 71.90 35.35 91 63.75 414 64.70 59.50 +3.50 +17.7sNVE Corp Q NVEC 4.00 3.6 41 112.70 68.50 21 110.49 99 112.70 103.08 +5.74 +28.5 NVR N NVR 21 3700.00 2311.11 16 3035.36 111 3103.74 2985.15 +10.36 -13.5snVent El n N NVT 27.86 21.00 1308 26.80 7315 27.86 26.12 +.44 +18.0 NXP Semi Q NXPI 42 125.93 90.83 6783 114.00 34203 119.11 112.51 -2.79 -2.6 Nabors N NBR .24 3.3 9.06 5.32 16734 7.28 59675 7.75 7.08 +6.6tNabriva n Q NBRV 14.10 4.25 390 4.41 2108 4.60 4.25 -.02 -26.3 NACCO N NC .66 1.7 5 92.60 23.80 13 38.60 73 39.30 35.75 +1.47 +2.5 NakedBr n Q NAKD 1.92 1.11 87 1.55 1089 1.84 1.36 +.10 +6.9 NamTai N NTP .28 2.3 45 13.90 7.70 17 12.20 135 12.25 11.93 +.05 -2.8 NanoDim n Q NNDM 6.80 1.21 28 1.34 116 1.41 1.25 -.06 -56.4 NanoString Q NSTG 18.55 5.87 121 12.91 700 13.19 12.28 +.21 +72.8 NanoVib n Q NAOV 5.00 3.68 26 4.65 54 5.00 4.47 -.05 -.6 NanoViric A NNVC 1.64 .48 41 .58 269 .58 .52 +.06 -34.1sNanomtr Q NANO 33 42.14 22.08 463 42.42 3483 42.60 36.30 +3.75 +70.2 NantHlth n Q NH 5.26 2.60 52 3.36 176 3.50 3.34 -.12 +10.2 NantKwst n Q NK 8.45 3.51 167 3.71 777 3.93 3.64 -.12 -17.4 Napco Q NSSC 32 12.28 7.40 42 11.85 115 12.10 11.65 +35.4sNasdaq Q NDAQ 1.76f 1.9 24 94.33 67.20 1599 92.09 5273 94.33 91.61 -.69 +19.9 Natera n Q NTRA 14.76 7.78 122 11.69 748 11.85 11.27 +.07 +30.0 Nathans s Q NATH 5.00e 55 100.90 52.90 15 87.55 61 87.80 82.90 +3.00 +16.0 NatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 15.1 2.77 .76 3 1.19 42 1.23 1.08 +.10 -16.2sNatBkHldg N NBHC .56f 1.4 34 39.34 30.20 191 39.62 726 39.75 38.42 +.50 +22.2 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.19e 2.5 24 49.30 36.75 17 48.50 56 49.30 47.35 +.15 +6.7 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 38 129.82 83.78 205 93.66 947 96.71 92.04 +1.46 -3.9 NatCineM Q NCMI .68 9.1 8.31 5.09 527 7.45 4282 7.53 7.01 +.27 +8.6sNatlCmce n Q NCOM 24 46.90 37.00 17 46.60 176 46.90 45.10 +.60 +15.8sNatEnrSv n Q NESR 11.33 9.39 1 10.20 28 11.33 9.97 +.19 +2.5 NatFuGas N NFG 1.66 3.2 16 59.92 48.31 360 52.57 2112 53.20 50.90 +1.45 -4.3 NatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .6 28 27.93 16.21 191 27.66 1001 27.87 26.48 +.76 +40.8 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 7.4 26.66 22.77 25.19 2 25.25 25.04 +.18 -.3 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 7.5 26.62 22.02 8 25.04 32 25.12 24.90 +.14 NatGnH pfC Q NGHCN 1.88 7.5 26.26 23.13 7 25.15 53 25.15 24.95 +.05 +.5 NatGnH 55 Q NGHCZ 1.91 7.6 26.38 23.80 5 25.17 23 25.78 25.15 -.05 -1.0 NatGrid N NGG 2.89e 5.2 67.68 51.44 647 55.58 2184 58.66 55.42 -.95 -5.5 NtHlthInv N NHI 4.00 5.4 17 81.60 62.71 166 74.04 686 74.20 71.92 +1.78 -1.8 NHltcre A NHC 1.92f 2.9 25 74.80 57.00 28 67.01 123 67.84 65.50 +1.05 +10.0 NatlHld rs Q NHLD 6.26 2.08 7 3.50 12 3.61 3.44 -.02 +6.1 NatInstrm Q NATI .92 2.2 53 53.57 37.82 458 42.69 2189 42.82 40.92 +1.35 +2.5 NOilVarco N NOV .20 .5 45.08 29.90 2364 41.85 11355 42.53 40.48 +.59 +16.2 NatPresto N NPK 1.00a .9 15 121.40 88.80 42 112.50 191 114.00 110.00 +1.65 +13.1 NatResrch Q NRC .40 1.1 71 41.99 23.25 32 36.15 100 36.25 33.15 +1.50 -3.1 NatRetPrp N NNN 1.90 4.6 19 43.90 36.25 1015 41.11 4947 41.71 40.62 +.39 -4.7tNRetP pfE N NNNpE 1.43 6.0 26.38 23.40 42 23.67 173 23.81 23.40 +.28 -7.4 NtRetP pfF N NNNpF 1.30 5.8 25.58 21.97 22 22.39 104 22.47 22.12 +.25 -10.8 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.3 10 18.17 11.53 3 15.85 9 15.85 15.29 +.25 -3.1 NatlStor n N NSA 1.16f 4.1 98 28.55 21.17 347 28.46 1253 28.53 27.05 +1.14 +4.4 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 23.57 8 24.70 34 24.79 24.28 +.20 -5.1 NatlVis n Q EYE 43.80 27.19 254 36.57 1634 36.70 35.53 +.27 -9.9 NatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 11 368.00 276.00 5 313.28 20 315.49 305.33 +5.55 -5.4 Nationstar N NSM 15 20.71 15.95 259 17.84 739 18.16 17.84 -.20 -3.6 NatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 43.78 1 45.03 2 45.10 44.94 -.06 +1.0 NaturlAlt Q NAII 10 12.15 9.15 11 11.20 28 11.20 10.75 +.35 +8.7 NatGsSvcs N NGS 68 29.55 22.40 38 22.95 103 24.15 22.65 -.45 -12.4 NatrlGroc N NGVC 34 11.35 4.79 435 11.18 820 11.29 10.18 +.47 +25.2 NatHlTr n Q NHTC .56f 2.5 5 29.28 14.15 42 22.14 321 22.36 21.12 +.88 +45.8 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80 5.6 9 37.70 22.81 6 32.20 31 32.49 32.00 +.05 +23.8 NaturesSun Q NATR .40 4.4 14.75 8.30 10 9.05 43 9.45 8.95 -21.6 NatusMed Q BABY 53 43.60 28.00 270 36.70 922 37.50 35.75 +.65 -3.9 Natuzzi N NTZ 3.00 1.41 1 1.66 47 1.72 1.50 +.01 +3.8 Nautilus N NLS 18 19.25 11.30 238 15.10 1020 15.50 14.65 -.40 +13.1 NavideaBio A NAVB .68 .21 113 .23 1110 .24 .22 -.02 -36.8 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 6.6 25.00 20.21 70 22.68 138 23.75 22.32 -.06 -4.6 Navient Q NAVI .64 4.5 7 16.97 11.48 4812 14.30 13808 14.51 13.71 -.07 +7.4sNavigCons N NCI 22 24.96 14.62 204 24.50 775 24.96 24.06 +.17 +26.2 NavigatrH N NVGS 13.25 7.00 105 11.25 594 11.90 10.90 +.25 +14.2 NavgGp s Q NAVG .28 .5 20 60.35 45.80 175 59.50 502 60.05 58.65 +.20 +22.2 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 10.5 1.57 .67 304 .76 908 .78 .72 +.03 -31.4 Navios pfG N NMpG 2.19 19.9 19.99 10.18 1 11.00 7 11.40 10.49 -.22 -32.1 Navios N NM 1.90 .68 530 .81 1792 .84 .77 +.02 -32.5tNavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 19.5 18.89 10.27 1 11.05 6 11.22 10.27 -.27 -32.2 NavMMid N NAP 2.00f 50.6 10.79 3.26 45 3.95 315 4.08 3.73 +.20 -58.5 NaviosMar N NMM 1.69f 92.3 6 2.62 1.45 565 1.83 1886 1.84 1.76 +.07 -22.5 Navistar N NAV 47.73 25.06 732 38.92 3011 39.16 37.13 +.18 -9.2 Navistr pfD N NAVpD 23.12 9.33 0 21.80 1 21.80 20.00 +.81 +27.5 NebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.15 9.96 0 10.06 1 10.12 10.06 +.06 +.4 NeenahP N NP 1.64 2.0 18 95.40 75.50 72 81.65 317 82.58 80.20 +.20 -9.9 NektarTh Q NKTR 111.36 17.51 4323 90.35 21663 92.17 76.42 +10.39 +51.3 Nelnet N NNI .64 1.0 14 63.48 39.82 39 62.09 216 62.77 61.03 -.11 +13.3tNemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 2.76 21 2.91 51 2.99 2.76 +.11 -49.4sNeogen s Q NEOG 68 76.95 46.58 421 75.64 1308 76.95 72.60 +2.28 +22.7sNeoGenom Q NEO 11.90 7.08 1282 12.54 2308 12.95 11.50 +.94 +41.5tNeonode Q NEON 1.42 .32 187 .32 948 .39 .32 -.06 -56.9 NeoPhoton N NPTN 9.78 4.56 767 6.79 2880 6.91 6.33 -.05 +3.2 NeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 6.30 235 6.75 767 7.02 6.65 -.15 -33.8 Neovasc g Q NVCN 1.89 .03 25237 .03 185914 .04 .03 -.01 -94.5 NeptuneT g Q NEPT 6 3.59 .70 383 2.84 866 2.93 2.69 -.05 +20.3 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 9 13.20 8.05 168 9.76 834 10.09 9.65 -.26 -17.9 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 2.56 181 7.05 541 7.35 6.62 -.31 -36.7 NetApp Q NTAP 1.60f 2.3 26 72.85 37.43 3140 69.71 16436 69.89 66.51 +2.56 +26.0 NetEase Q NTES 2.16e .9 9 377.64 222.32 1084 232.48 4937 234.84 224.82 +4.15 -32.6sNetflix s Q NFLX 356.10 144.25 7101 359.93 30328 359.99 346.71 +8.64 +87.5 Netlist h Q NLST 1.35 .14 26573 .23 36912 .30 .15 +.08 -25.0 NtScout Q NTCT 24 38.20 23.15 2328 26.70 5263 27.45 26.40 -.80 -12.3 Netshoes n N NETS 22.62 2.00 136 2.80 1065 3.00 2.65 -.17 -64.6sNetSolTch Q NTWK 35 6.60 3.09 49 6.30 264 6.60 6.05 -.15 +33.8 Netw1Tch A NTIP .10 3.4 9 4.60 2.25 33 2.90 120 3.00 2.79 +20.8 NBCAInt A NBW .74 5.9 14.61 12.51 17 12.66 81 12.75 12.62 +.08 -6.9tNeuB HYld A NHS .96 8.8 12.35 10.81 35 10.93 174 10.95 10.81 +.02 -7.1 NBIntMu A NBH .90 6.6 16.00 13.42 21 13.71 100 13.83 13.66 +.09 -7.3 NBNYInt A NBO .58 5.0 13.06 11.46 5 11.57 79 11.64 11.50 +.03 -4.9 NBRESec A NRO .36 7.2 5.70 4.29 143 5.01 607 5.01 4.82 +.15 -9.4 Neuralst rs Q CUR 6.60 .88 75 1.69 317 1.78 1.65 +.01 -1.7 NeurMx rs Q NURO 4.40 1.20 33 1.33 152 1.38 1.31 -.04 -23.1sNeurcrine Q NBIX 97.48 41.76 530 98.49 2780 98.74 92.62 +4.29 +26.9sNeurotrpe n Q NTRP 11.19 3.40 39 10.44 222 11.19 9.51 +.77 +48.3 NevGCas A UWN 25 2.86 1.87 39 2.28 84 2.40 2.12 +.03 -14.6 NevroCorp N NVRO 94.34 65.00 456 77.44 1805 79.62 75.20 +1.77 +12.2 Nevsun g A NSU .04 1.2 3.86 1.96 573 3.23 3163 3.39 3.06 -.12 +32.4 NewAgeB n Q NBEV 7.20 1.62 278 1.76 1421 1.85 1.70 -.01 -18.9 NewAmHi N HYB .78a 9.0 10.20 8.48 44 8.68 233 8.75 8.61 +.02 -7.7 NewConcEn A GBR 28 2.45 1.16 139 1.38 1871 1.94 1.35 -.05 -11.5 NE Realty A NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 65.10 1 66.25 4 66.75 65.50 +.88 -9.7 NwGold g A NGD 4.25 2.22 2696 2.27 9054 2.43 2.25 -.10 -31.0 NewHome N NWHM 10 13.55 9.53 89 9.99 340 10.39 9.85 -.23 -20.3tNwIreland N IRL 2.15e 1.3 14.21 11.88 28 12.14 106 12.30 11.88 +.09 -3.1 NJ Rscs s N NJR 1.09 2.5 14 45.45 35.55 478 43.95 1907 45.13 43.50 +.05 +9.3 NewLink Q NLNK 19.30 3.75 524 5.26 2280 5.61 5.13 -.14 -35.1 NewMedia N NEWM 1.48 8.8 29 17.95 12.46 496 16.78 2008 17.13 16.56 -.13 NwMtnFin N NMFC 1.36 9.8 10 14.85 12.05 161 13.90 760 13.95 13.80 +2.6 NewOriEd N EDU .40e 49 108.40 69.91 1015 101.40 5756 102.05 96.70 +.72 +7.9sNewRelic N NEWR 102.39 39.11 911 103.78 3824 104.29 96.24 +7.17 +79.6 NewResid N NRZ 2.00 11.2 6 18.43 15.04 2626 17.80 11313 18.19 17.71 -.30 -.4 NewSenInv N SNR 1.04 13.5 14 10.57 6.77 780 7.68 3957 7.93 7.46 -.14 +1.6sNY&Co N NWY 4.45 1.28 187 4.23 1270 4.45 3.95 +.28 +47.9 NY CmtyB N NYCB .68 5.9 14 14.53 11.48 4268 11.61 21380 11.89 11.51 -.28 -10.8 NY Cmt pfA N NYCBpA 30.39 26.12 9 27.70 122 28.00 27.05 -.09 -3.1 NYCmty un N NYCBpU 3.00 6.1 56.99 48.75 4 49.01 18 49.65 48.93 -.36 -3.4 NYMtgTr Q NYMT .80 13.0 9 6.69 5.35 1415 6.14 5086 6.23 6.10 -.01 -.5 NYMtT pfB Q NYMTP 1.94 8.2 26.00 18.66 8 23.55 30 23.67 23.31 -.24 -6.9 NYMtT pfC Q NYMTO 1.97 8.2 25.56 22.97 3 23.95 11 24.02 23.57 +.15 -2.2 NYMtgT pfD Q NYMTN 2.00 8.5 25.27 22.53 12 23.61 56 23.70 23.48 +.12 -4.4 NY REIT rs N NYRT 4.85c 19.81 15.04 108 18.13 602 18.30 18.03 -.10 NY Times N NYT .16 .7 25.70 16.95 1980 23.00 13144 23.30 22.45 -.35 +24.3 NewatrTc n Q NEWA 28.20 7.60 84 14.79 436 16.00 12.87 +1.89 +57.5tNewellRub N NWL .92f 4.0 5 55.08 23.41 13850 23.12 39794 25.30 22.60 -1.91 -25.2 NewfldExp N NFX 15 35.20 22.72 3670 29.95 15537 30.39 27.47 +1.94 -5.0tNewmrkGp Q NMRK 14.81 13.37 395 13.44 1487 14.17 13.29 -.43 -6.5 NewMarket N NEU 7.00 1.8 20 477.97 358.33 54 386.43 254 394.11 374.31 +9.56 -2.8 NewmtM N NEM .56 1.4 29 42.04 31.42 4131 38.64 19090 39.65 38.44 -.80 +3.0sNewpkRes N NR 11.15 6.58 435 10.85 2232 11.15 10.40 +.25 +26.2 NewsCpA Q NWSA .20 1.3 17.29 12.84 2209 15.21 14162 15.62 14.97 -.37 -6.2 NewsCpB Q NWS .20 1.3 17.70 13.10 308 15.60 1604 16.10 15.40 -.45 -6.0sNewtekBsn Q NEWT 1.72e 8.5 20.28 15.68 94 20.18 281 20.35 19.78 +.15 +9.1 Newtek23 n Q NEWTI 1.56 6.1 25.99 25.00 0 25.50 13 25.54 25.31 -.14 +1.6 NexGen g A NXE 2.85 1.65 281 2.06 1006 2.08 1.80 +.09 -19.5 Nexeo Sol Q NXEO 11.14 6.74 141 9.57 638 9.81 9.31 -.02 +5.2 Nexeo un Q NXEOU 13.00 5.76 9.69 3 10.25 9.05 -.81 +.7 NexPtCr rs N NHF 2.40m 10.8 25.64 21.30 236 22.14 1764 22.36 22.02 -12.5 NxPtRsT n N NXRT 1.00 3.6 9 29.40 22.84 58 27.83 288 28.43 27.50 -.01 -.4 NexstarM Q NXST 1.50 2.2 6 82.95 56.50 465 66.85 1617 67.05 65.65 -.15 -14.5 NextDec n Q NEXT 20.00 3.95 26 7.01 85 7.39 6.10 +.80 -15.7sNxtEraLP N NEP 1.57f 3.6 31 45.83 34.09 126 44.05 868 45.83 43.82 -.01 +2.2 NextEra 72 N NEEpI 1.28 5.1 25.48 23.17 22 24.93 90 24.94 24.61 +.22 -.2 NextEra 73 N NEEpJ 1.25 5.1 25.62 22.88 30 24.75 98 24.75 24.27 +.31 -.8 NextEra76 N NEEpK 25.99 23.62 46 25.00 167 25.15 24.76 +.32 -2.2 NxtEra pfQ N NEEpQ 3.19 4.4 73.50 63.25 4 72.06 569 73.49 71.90 +1.04 +3.6sNextEraEn N NEE 4.44f 2.7 12 166.62 138.00 1946 163.08 9010 166.62 161.65 +.66 +4.4sNxtEra pfR N NEEpR 59.02 52.85 2 56.11 235 59.02 55.80 -.14 -.2 NiSource s N NI .78 3.2 31 27.76 22.44 2874 24.74 10412 25.48 24.74 -.36 -3.6 NichFncl h Q NICK 21 9.49 7.59 4 8.69 8 8.78 8.60 -.17 -1.3 NicoletBc n Q NCBS 16 61.98 48.58 17 57.49 61 57.64 56.08 +.10 +5.0tNielsen plc N NLSN 1.40f 4.7 17 43.61 29.51 2087 29.83 12447 30.31 29.51 -.17 -18.0 NightstTh n Q NITE 24.94 10.01 6 14.99 123 15.00 13.47 +.89 +14.3 NikeB s N NKE .80 1.1 69 73.49 50.35 4086 72.76 24924 72.95 70.43 +.71 +16.3 NoahHldgs N NOAH 35 69.56 25.98 639 62.59 6218 67.00 58.86 -2.50 +35.2 NobilisH n A HLTH 2.10 1.15 141 1.25 1519 1.30 1.15 +.10 -7.4 NobleCorp N NE .08 1.4 6.33 3.14 4976 5.63 23155 5.81 5.29 +.21 +24.6 NobleEngy N NBL .44 1.2 36 37.67 22.99 4209 35.65 16378 36.80 34.74 +.31 +22.3 NobleMid n N NBLX 1.91e 13 57.98 41.90 193 53.71 478 53.71 49.26 +3.73 +7.4 NokiaCp N NOK .19e 3.2 6.59 4.51 12904 5.85 83849 6.00 5.74 -.05 +25.5 NomadF n N NOMD 18.11 13.54 1130 17.71 4036 17.83 17.34 -.12 +4.7tNomura N NMR 6.83 5.13 209 5.22 1567 5.25 5.13 -.08 -10.3 Noodles Q NDLS 9.95 3.35 441 8.50 1506 8.95 8.25 -.40 +61.9sNorbord n N OSB 1.29 3.1 43.13 28.16 67 42.21 402 43.13 41.06 +.75 +24.8 NordicAOff N NAO .18 16.2 1.60 1.02 95 1.11 233 1.15 1.09 -.01 -7.4 NordicAm N NAT .41e 17.4 6.70 1.82 780 2.35 5462 2.47 2.15 +.18 -4.5 Nordson Q NDSN 1.20 .9 21 151.84 107.16 168 126.72 940 128.71 125.33 -.84 -13.4 Nordstrm N JWN 1.48a 3.0 19 54.00 37.79 1330 49.59 6872 50.08 48.31 +.66 +4.7 NorflkSo N NSC 2.88 1.9 23 157.15 111.44 1663 155.23 7263 156.00 150.15 +2.21 +7.1 NorSys Q NSYS 81 6.24 2.77 4 3.24 10 3.25 3.08 +.07 -16.1 NEurO N NRT .78e 9.0 10 9.40 5.94 10 8.65 78 9.06 8.51 -.16 +24.3 NoWestCp N NWE 2.20 4.2 16 64.47 50.01 399 53.00 1407 55.10 52.98 -1.49 -11.2 NorestB Q NBN .04 .2 19 29.95 18.55 9 22.05 49 22.25 21.60 -.10 -4.8tNDynMn g A NAK 2.34 .43 1259 .49 8155 .50 .43 +.02 -72.3 NthnO&G A NOG 34 2.97 .63 3492 2.70 13415 2.85 2.60 -.03 +31.7 NthnTech Q NTIC .40 1.3 34 33.00 14.95 3 32.00 23 32.00 30.72 +1.30 +29.3 NorTrst Q NTRS 1.68 1.6 20 110.81 85.69 1365 105.76 5249 105.80 101.72 -.85 +5.9 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, June 2, 2018

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NthnTr pfC Q NTRSP 1.46 5.5 27.93 25.00 14 26.84 41 26.84 26.48 +.28 +2.2 NorthfldBc Q NFBK .40 2.4 22 18.39 15.14 91 16.37 401 16.50 15.96 -.07 -4.2sNthrim Q NRIM .96f 2.4 17 40.05 26.31 19 40.00 89 40.08 38.40 +.30 +18.2 NorthropG N NOC 4.80f 1.5 35 360.88 252.82 884 329.99 4937 332.00 323.72 -.74 +7.5 NStREur n N NRE .60 4.3 14.81 10.08 470 13.98 1684 14.10 13.96 +4.1 NwstBcsh Q NWBI .68 3.9 18 17.78 14.95 312 17.34 1525 17.44 16.96 +.10 +3.6 NwstNG N NWN 1.88 3.2 69.50 51.50 122 59.55 612 60.75 59.00 +.40 -.2sNwstPipe Q NWPX 22.00 13.94 31 21.42 151 22.00 20.86 -.14 +11.9 NorwCruis N NCLH 16 61.48 50.16 1714 53.18 7923 54.06 52.04 -.95 -.1 NorwdFn s Q NWFL .88 2.8 24 35.72 24.50 12 31.50 44 31.89 29.50 -.21 -4.5 NovaLfstyl Q NVFY 3.10 1.06 21 1.84 105 1.90 1.81 -.05 -23.3 NovaMeas Q NVMI 17 31.88 20.55 114 29.89 463 30.08 28.38 +1.22 +15.4tNovaBay rs A NBY 5.00 2.00 22 2.30 57 2.60 2.00 -.25 -40.3 NovaGld g A NG 5.05 3.35 1207 4.68 4652 4.90 4.66 -.18 +19.1 Novan n Q NOVN 7.33 2.65 16 3.18 119 3.25 2.98 +.19 -24.6sNovanta Q NOVT 66.25 33.35 240 65.60 1062 66.55 61.50 +3.45 +31.2tNovartis N NVS 2.75e 3.6 15 94.19 74.11 1505 75.60 6398 76.07 74.11 -.50 -10.0 Novavax Q NVAX 2.75 .90 2939 1.62 14464 1.71 1.61 -.06 +30.6 Novelion rs Q NVLN 10.68 3.08 102 3.89 193 4.79 3.75 -.18 +24.7 NovoNord N NVO .96e 2.0 58.37 41.03 760 47.83 8460 48.01 46.53 +.10 -10.9sNovoCure n Q NVCR 31.90 12.10 705 31.95 2891 32.00 29.80 +1.60 +58.2 NovumeS n Q NVMM 4.75 1.52 4 1.68 18 1.80 1.55 +.12 -62.9sNovusTher rs Q NVUS 8.29 3.12 66 7.71 339 8.61 6.32 -.16 +89.9 NOW Inc N DNOW 18.37 9.12 1831 13.79 5702 14.60 13.77 -.43 +25.0sNuSkin N NUS 1.47 1.8 39 82.97 53.50 390 83.17 1518 83.38 79.64 +3.09 +21.9 NuCana n Q NCNA 30.41 9.32 12 27.00 120 29.01 26.00 -.75 +167.1 NuVasive Q NUVA 33 81.68 44.62 518 51.35 1606 51.94 49.13 +1.29 -12.2 NuanceCm Q NUAN 19.49 12.18 2488 13.59 11595 13.91 13.49 -.29 -16.9 Nucor N NUE 1.52f 2.3 16 70.48 51.67 2666 65.80 9868 66.23 62.50 +1.83 +3.5 Nush EnhYl N 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16.64 3196 56.72 13684 56.88 51.05 +4.22 +60.8 NutriSyst Q NTRI 1.00 2.7 21 67.95 26.06 774 37.00 3633 38.00 34.85 +1.75 -29.7 Nutrien n N NTR .40p 54.35 40.41 1286 50.76 5205 51.23 49.54 +.06 -2.2sNuvectra Q NVTR 17.75 7.60 225 17.71 615 17.80 16.12 +.92 +128.2 NuvNYVl2 n N NYV 15.50 13.22 9 13.45 17 13.68 13.35 +.07 -6.2 NuvCr22 n N JCO 10.10 9.26 51 9.35 272 9.38 9.30 -.01 -1.5 Nuv Mun21 N NHA 10.96 9.29 5 9.46 20 9.51 9.41 +.04 +.2 NuvHiInO n N NMZ 13.91 12.28 155 12.62 572 12.74 12.56 +.08 -7.3 Nuv Pf22 n N JPT 27.14 23.35 12 23.85 53 24.00 23.68 -.01 -5.1 Nuv 11-21 n N JHB 10.15 9.48 98 9.50 411 9.58 9.49 -.02 -4.6 NuvCA V2 n N NCB 18.40 15.24 11 15.54 38 15.94 15.43 +.09 -8.6 NvHiInDc19 N JHD 10.36 9.72 39 9.82 183 9.88 9.82 -.02 -2.0 Nuv RE In N JRS 11.90 9.39 68 9.95 335 9.99 9.78 +.12 -11.6 NuvMO Pr N NOM 17.58 12.87 2 13.33 12 13.44 13.03 +.01 -4.4 NuvAllCEn N JMLP 1.37 16.6 9.63 6.79 18 8.26 99 8.33 7.88 +.33 -3.5 NuvAZ N NAZ .80 6.2 15.43 12.57 15 12.86 120 12.87 12.66 +.10 -9.1 NuvBldAm N NBB 1.34 6.6 22.13 19.95 66 20.41 227 20.45 20.19 +.27 -7.1 NBldAmOp N NBD 1.30 5.9 23.08 21.51 14 21.90 54 21.90 21.71 +.29 -5.0 NCaAMTFr N NKX .86 6.3 16.17 13.30 70 13.67 411 13.67 13.52 +.18 -11.0 NCADvA N NAC .91 6.8 15.58 13.18 227 13.47 2007 13.50 13.38 +.11 -5.9 NCalMunV N NCA .47 4.9 10.70 9.16 31 9.50 191 9.60 9.44 +.08 -6.8 NuvCASel N NXC .63a 4.5 17.17 13.51 20 14.05 76 14.30 13.92 +.14 -5.8 NCTPI N NTC .68a 5.8 12.56 11.38 6 11.76 105 11.78 11.60 +.10 -1.3 NuvCorEqA N JCE 1.21a 8.0 16.19 13.95 85 15.05 186 15.12 14.95 -.04 +3.1 NvCredStr N JQC .62 7.6 8.77 7.90 187 8.12 1191 8.12 8.03 +.03 -1.2 NvDvrsDiv N JDD 1.04 8.5 13.25 11.50 27 12.21 91 12.27 12.12 -.02 -.7 NuvDivA N NAD .85a 6.4 14.46 12.92 272 13.28 1238 13.29 13.19 +.10 -5.5 NvDow30DO N DIAX 1.06 5.4 20.00 15.43 105 19.56 370 19.95 19.38 -.10 +3.8 NuEnMLP N JMF 1.35 12.2 13.60 9.65 151 11.09 536 11.20 10.67 +.40 -2.6 NEnhMuV N NEV .96a 7.0 15.25 13.18 66 13.76 267 13.82 13.69 +.08 -3.1 NuvFloat N JFR .72 6.6 12.04 10.66 92 10.87 709 10.90 10.76 +.04 -3.0 NuvFltOp N JRO .76a 7.1 11.95 10.43 102 10.66 555 10.67 10.51 +.13 -6.5 NvGADiv2 N NKG .64a 5.6 13.55 11.25 17 11.38 77 11.41 11.31 +.09 -9.5tNuvGblHIn N JGH 1.58 10.1 17.45 15.57 74 15.71 336 15.75 15.57 -.02 -7.1 NuvHi2020 N JHY .68 6.9 10.50 9.67 18 9.79 97 9.86 9.79 -.05 -1.2 NuvHIDec18 N JHA 10.17 9.67 79 9.84 297 9.89 9.80 +.03 -.7 NuvEnhMu N NVG 15.83 14.06 421 15.03 1315 15.11 14.97 +.12 -2.7 NNYAmtF N NRK .70 5.8 13.44 11.88 134 12.13 675 12.20 12.08 -6.4 NuvAmtFr N NEA .75a 5.8 14.18 12.70 442 13.04 2225 13.07 12.95 +.08 -5.2 NuvIntMu N NID .68 5.4 13.77 12.10 86 12.56 360 12.58 12.47 +.10 -3.3 NvIntQMu N NIQ .57 4.5 13.49 12.22 36 12.55 219 12.58 12.49 +.06 -2.5 NMDPI N NMY .67a 5.4 13.27 11.88 43 12.27 182 12.31 12.06 +.17 -2.5 NvMAP N NMT .71a 5.6 15.00 12.52 7 12.67 48 12.72 12.64 +.06 -11.2 NMIQI N NUM .74 5.8 14.05 12.41 26 12.74 124 12.74 12.64 +.10 -3.9 NuvMNMu N NMS .80 5.9 17.00 13.31 5 13.63 46 13.63 13.45 +.11 -7.3 NuvMtgOp N JLS 1.52 6.5 26.33 23.10 30 23.48 344 23.50 23.27 +.08 -4.9 NuMtgOp2 N JMT 1.53 6.7 25.40 22.21 6 22.84 29 23.28 22.58 -.03 -3.8 NuvMultM N JMM .48 6.8 7.77 6.60 16 7.10 44 7.13 7.05 +.01 -6.8 NvMuI N NMI .50a 4.4 12.87 10.77 7 11.36 25 11.51 11.27 +.09 -1.8 NuvMuVal N NUV .39a 4.1 10.46 9.32 284 9.56 1211 9.59 9.48 +.08 -5.6 Nv AMT-Fr N NUW .78a 5.0 18.59 15.49 25 15.75 118 15.90 15.75 +.03 -8.7sNvNq100Dy Q QQQX 1.48 5.4 27.40 19.58 111 27.46 455 27.50 26.90 +.22 +13.4 NuvNJDiv N NXJ .82a 6.2 14.04 12.86 67 13.11 360 13.14 13.04 +.09 -4.3 NNYDvA N NAN .80a 6.3 14.57 12.39 120 12.63 294 12.66 12.52 +.13 -8.7 NNYMV N NNY .39a 4.2 10.65 9.03 33 9.35 97 9.36 9.25 +.10 -1.6 NuvNYSel N NXN .55 4.3 14.37 12.58 7 12.89 35 13.16 12.80 -.03 -5.4 NNCPI N NNC .59a 4.8 13.67 12.06 53 12.31 202 12.33 12.13 +.17 -4.6 NOHQI N NUO .80 5.8 15.46 13.48 99 13.77 251 13.82 13.66 +.11 -5.9 NvPA N NQP .81a 6.4 13.78 12.34 55 12.60 266 12.62 12.52 +.09 -4.2 NuvPf&Inc N JPI 1.95a 8.1 25.61 23.00 39 24.08 150 24.10 23.64 +.35 -2.7 NvPfdInco N JPC .80 8.1 10.75 9.60 277 9.90 979 9.92 9.75 +.14 -4.3 NuvQPf2 N JPS .70 7.4 10.47 9.24 485 9.46 1636 9.48 9.35 +.06 -7.3 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.1 19.00 15.75 74 16.37 269 16.37 16.17 +.14 -8.0 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 7.0 14.54 13.00 186 14.20 844 14.30 13.97 +.06 -.4 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 5.6 19.00 14.92 70 18.62 305 18.89 17.88 +.53 +7.6 NvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.49 17 9.72 90 9.84 9.70 -.01 -2.4 NSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 23 14.09 75 14.15 14.00 +.08 -3.6 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 3.9 14.33 13.28 8 13.63 62 13.65 13.57 +.06 -2.2 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.8 15.69 14.04 16 14.53 60 14.63 14.48 +.06 -4.3 NuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.5 6.98 6.28 85 6.51 326 6.52 6.47 +.02 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 6.8 18.05 16.45 20 17.14 191 17.22 16.89 +.14 +3.1 Nv TA Div N JTD 1.23 7.3 18.44 15.66 26 16.85 128 16.92 16.70 -.09 -4.2 NvTxATR N JTA 1.04 7.9 14.69 12.50 33 13.18 287 13.40 13.03 -.25 -5.5 NTXQI N NTX .65 5.0 14.94 12.42 7 13.06 37 13.07 12.95 +.12 -8.9 NVAPI N NPV .65a 5.3 13.46 12.08 23 12.38 83 12.65 12.34 +.03 -3.4 NuverEnv n A NES 26.50 9.25 3 13.10 31 15.40 12.91 -2.90 -27.9 Nvidia Q NVDA .60 .2 49 260.50 138.58 10519 257.62 45144 257.87 246.70 +8.34 +33.1 NxStageMd Q NXTM 29.93 21.46 359 27.43 1390 27.79 27.25 -.08 +13.2 Nxt-ID rs Q NXTD 8.59 1.01 117 1.89 691 1.96 1.86 -.01 -46.0 NymoxPh Q NYMX 4.69 3.00 80 3.54 258 3.70 3.50 -.11 +7.3O -:O2Micro Q OIIM 2.23 1.30 36 1.67 109 1.67 1.60 +.01 +.1 OCI Ptrs N OCIP .70e 7.0 29 10.45 6.76 9 10.00 31 10.25 9.75 +.10 +24.2 OFG Bncp N OFG .24 1.7 11 14.70 7.80 246 14.20 1068 14.45 13.85 -.05 +51.1 OFG pfA N OFGpA 1.78 7.4 25.70 21.39 2 23.94 14 24.07 23.69 +.17 -.7 OFG pfB N OFGpB 1.75 7.5 24.78 20.77 3 23.36 5 23.41 23.32 +.04 +5.9 OFG pfD N OFGpD 1.78 7.4 25.24 21.29 1 24.05 4 24.05 23.91 +.10 +7.2 OFS Cap Q OFS 1.36a 12.2 9 14.35 10.41 44 11.18 149 11.30 11.01 -.03 -6.1 OFS C25 n Q OFSSL 1.59 6.5 25.38 24.01 5 24.55 15 24.87 24.55 -.26 -1.4 OGE Engy N OGE 1.33 3.9 18 37.32 29.59 1579 34.38 7914 35.42 34.17 -.01 +4.5 OHA Inv Q OHAI .08 5.0 40 1.68 .85 66 1.60 156 1.61 1.55 +.03 +39.1 ONEGas N OGS 1.84 2.5 22 79.51 62.20 359 74.46 1055 76.24 72.49 +1.33 +1.6 OP Bancp n Q OPBK 13.08 11.54 2 12.31 27 12.42 11.96 +.05 -1.1 OReillyAu Q ORLY 18 280.40 169.43 577 272.48 3084 274.72 265.27 +4.19 +13.3 OSI Sys Q OSIS 62 96.64 50.50 130 69.84 496 70.47 67.45 +1.91 +8.5 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 23.89 13.61 11 21.29 31 21.31 19.65 +.98 +9.0 OaktreeC N OAK 3.59e 8.6 12 48.50 38.80 262 41.55 1033 41.95 39.55 +1.70 -1.3 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .38 7.6 5.91 3.90 221 4.98 982 5.02 4.88 -.02 +1.8 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.2 25.77 24.01 2 24.80 7 24.89 24.60 -.02 -1.6 OaktStInco Q OCSI .56e 6.7 11 9.09 7.03 32 8.37 216 8.41 8.24 -.05 -.4 OasisMid n N OMP 1.57 8.4 19.78 15.57 27 18.68 138 19.14 18.56 -.23 +7.1sOasisPet N OAS 13.39 6.69 16088 13.19 39032 13.70 11.98 +1.04 +56.8 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 5 1.34 47 1.34 1.21 +52.3 ObalonT n Q OBLN 11.95 2.46 35 2.53 140 2.65 2.46 -.01 -61.7 ObsEva n Q OBSV 15.81 5.00 43 13.20 232 13.20 12.24 +.31 +35.2 Obsidian g N OBE 1.46 .82 604 1.11 2657 1.16 1.08 +.01 -10.5 OcciPet N OXY 3.08 3.6 86.38 57.84 4940 85.10 17829 86.11 81.03 +2.70 +15.5 OceanBio Q OBCI .05e 5.71 3.26 10 3.71 27 3.90 3.45 +.25 -14.5 OceanPw rs Q OPTT 2.54 1.02 256 1.12 1018 1.16 1.11 +1.8 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 138.84 20.22 209 27.73 830 27.97 24.50 +2.77 +3.5 Oceaneerg N OII .60 2.5 26.95 17.11 1318 23.67 5639 24.49 22.59 +.76 +12.0sOceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.0 17 29.67 24.02 344 29.65 1139 29.82 28.74 +.26 +13.0 Och-Ziff N OZM .87e 43.3 22 3.95 1.91 301 2.01 1339 2.11 1.95 -.09 -19.6 Oclaro Q OCLR 13 10.93 5.61 2154 8.68 10565 9.21 8.50 -.45 +28.8 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.4 32 30.49 25.55 6 29.33 8 29.74 28.68 -.42 +2.2 OcularTher Q OCUL 11.79 3.30 248 6.81 1081 6.84 6.57 +.11 +53.0 OcwenFn N OCN 4.84 2.52 464 4.48 2974 4.48 4.36 -.01 +43.1 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 32 25.82 124 25.84 22.36 +2.62 +3.3 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 13.75 2.98 38 8.98 221 9.62 8.86 +.07 +138.2 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 4.0 6 6.26 2.00 86577 2.47 105702 2.48 2.32 +.13 -30.2sOhioValB Q OVBC .84 1.7 31 52.45 29.05 10 48.70 49 52.45 48.05 -.40 +20.5 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .18 1241 .22 1777 .22 .19 +.01 -88.4tOi SA C N OIBR/C 9.71 4.46 48 4.87 111 4.92 4.46 -.18 -13.5 OilStates N OIS 38.95 20.23 1414 35.20 3033 36.55 34.45 +.20 +24.4 Oil-Dri N ODC .92f 2.3 20 50.82 35.39 9 40.39 25 40.49 38.25 +1.49 -2.7sOkta n Q OKTA 56.92 21.52 6675 57.35 13907 57.95 52.00 +5.47 +123.9sOldDomFrt Q ODFL .52 .3 38 159.76 88.47 582 159.36 2366 159.76 152.86 +5.17 +21.1 OldLnBc Q OLBK .40f 1.2 21 35.25 26.01 60 34.39 336 34.88 34.11 -.36 +16.8 OldNBcp Q ONB .52 2.9 24 18.88 15.38 1018 18.18 3733 18.35 17.75 +.16 +4.2 OldPoint Q OPOF .44 1.6 21 34.82 24.07 6 27.20 26 27.20 26.50 +.61 -8.6 OldRepub N ORI .78 3.7 18 22.34 17.92 1263 21.03 7267 21.35 20.89 -.20 -1.6 OldSecBc Q OSBC .04 .3 15 15.55 10.75 68 15.20 255 15.20 14.65 +.10 +11.4 OlScCTrI pf Q OSBCP .78 7.4 10.70 10.31 1 10.60 5 10.60 10.50 +.12 +1.6 Olin N OLN .80 2.5 10 38.84 27.79 1936 32.22 6707 33.63 32.07 -1.11 -9.4sOllies n Q OLLI 36 71.70 38.45 834 70.55 2266 71.70 69.55 +.20 +32.5 OlympStl Q ZEUS .08 .3 14 25.84 15.83 79 23.47 308 23.64 22.31 +.71 +9.2 OmegaFlex Q OFLX .88 1.3 44 76.63 53.50 41 70.04 146 74.63 69.18 -4.24 -1.9 OmegaHlt N OHI 2.64 8.7 11 34.84 24.90 2514 30.38 10274 30.93 29.91 +.14 +10.3 Omeros Q OMER 27.09 8.36 481 20.83 2227 21.08 19.25 +1.11 +7.2tOminto hn Q OMNT 15.77 .77 1287 .48 1580 1.20 .48 -.71 -85.8 Omnicell Q OMCL 55.40 39.75 337 47.75 963 47.95 45.15 +1.90 -1.5 Omnicom N OMC 2.40 3.3 15 84.73 65.32 1908 72.27 9628 73.06 69.14 +.31 -.8 Omnova N OMN 11.90 8.10 103 10.20 545 10.78 10.10 -.15 +2.0sOnDeckCap N ONDK 6.65 3.79 495 6.65 2456 6.83 5.74 +.77 +15.9 OnSmcnd Q ON 13 27.10 13.65 7433 25.75 52134 26.11 25.02 -.10 +23.0 OnTrack Q OTIV 2.94 .93 152 1.25 430 1.30 1.22 -.07 -8.1 OncoMed Q OMED 5.56 1.74 32 2.98 496 3.16 2.77 +.18 -27.3 Oncobiolog Q ONS 2.30 .78 25 .92 140 1.01 .89 -.06 -29.2 OncoCyte n A OCX 7.64 1.10 147 3.30 524 3.45 2.30 +.90 -29.0stOncolBio n Q ONCY 704 6.26 704 6.39 5.80 Onconva rs Q ONTX 2.83 .33 1822 .41 21016 .45 .37 +.03 -72.7 OncoSec rs Q ONCS 2.95 .88 441 1.62 1848 1.67 1.56 -.05 -.3 OneGpHosp Q STKS 3.10 1.32 6 2.44 46 2.44 2.29 +.14 +2.1tOneHorz rs Q OHGI 3.38 .57 1717 .55 3249 .64 .53 -.09 -60.9 180 DgrCap Q TURN 2.45 1.45 30 2.20 303 2.21 2.13 +.03 +11.7 OneLibrty N OLP 1.80 7.1 14 27.70 21.02 48 25.52 181 26.11 25.21 +.20 -1.5 OneStopS n Q OSS 6.25 4.10 7 4.60 22 4.61 4.18 -5.7 1800Flowrs Q FLWS 22 13.33 7.80 111 12.70 713 13.15 12.25 -.40 +18.7sOneSmart n N ONE 15.76 8.56 450 15.78 2825 15.80 13.01 +2.40 +44.6 OneMain N OMF 16 36.32 22.10 341 32.67 1634 33.23 32.31 -.94 +25.7sONEOK N OKE 3.18f 4.6 50 68.88 47.14 1745 68.51 15475 68.95 65.51 +2.62 +28.2 Ooma n N OOMA 13.45 7.30 89 12.10 231 12.45 11.65 -.05 +1.3 OpenText s Q OTEX .61f 1.7 31 40.31 30.88 391 35.31 1596 35.51 33.88 +.58 -1.0tOpesAcq n Q OPES 9.98 9.66 9.71 4 9.72 9.66 +.02 +.3 OpesAcq un Q OPESU 10.14 9.11 10.09 101 10.10 10.03 -.01 +.7 OpGen n rs Q OPGN 19.50 1.62 216 2.27 1946 2.43 2.02 +.14 -51.4 Ophthotech Q OPHT 1 3.60 2.24 94 2.82 576 2.84 2.68 +.05 -9.6tOpiantPh n Q OPNT 51.90 16.10 28 16.20 46 16.99 15.64 -.05 -29.5 OpkoHlth Q OPK 7.25 2.66 3525 3.97 13738 4.05 3.63 +.27 -19.0 OppLgCap N RWL .72e 1.4 55.31 45.76 254 51.13 458 51.30 50.27 -.03 -.5sOpp RUT n N OMFS 27.17 24.71 1 27.09 1 27.17 26.81 +.32 +3.8 OppMidCap N RWK .59e .7 64.10 53.65 6 61.39 32 62.04 60.42 +.64 +1.1sOppSmCap N RWJ .59e .8 73.59 60.34 11 72.92 58 73.59 71.55 +.74 +4.3sOppUltDiv N RDIV 1.15e 3.0 38.00 32.12 49 37.82 284 38.00 37.02 +.66 +3.4 Op R1000D n N OMFL 27.47 24.74 8 26.58 19 26.60 26.06 +.17 +1.8 OpIntRev n N REFA 30.89 25.65 27.54 3 27.54 27.13 -.21 -1.1 OpGlbRv n N RGLB 30.09 25.62 27.33 2 27.50 27.12 -.28 -2.0 Opp Rev n N ESGL 33.09 28.18 0 30.75 1 30.89 30.36 -.10 -1.0 OppGlRv n N ESGF 33.63 28.29 0 30.77 4 30.87 30.77 -.79 -2.0 OppenFin N RWW 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62.97 8856 64.62 61.64 -1.67 -11.4 PcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.73 25.80 140 29.42 762 29.44 28.76 +.14 +2.8 PcrTrnd450 N PTMC 32.86 27.70 41 32.18 152 32.46 31.68 +.28 +3.4 PcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 33.90 26.38 24 33.50 176 33.50 32.53 +.57 +10.7 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 12 30.97 88 31.07 30.30 +.10 -1.6tPacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 27.81 52 28.61 346 28.91 27.81 -.27 -6.8 Pacr Wlth n N PWS 27.67 23.99 55 26.36 88 26.77 25.84 +.11 +4.5sPac Cash n N CALF 28.75 22.60 1 28.53 6 28.75 28.29 +.32 +9.3 PacDvCsh n N ICOW 31.03 25.13 55 29.16 61 29.18 28.45 +.08 -.6 PacBiosci Q PACB 5.70 2.02 608 2.61 2336 2.66 2.48 +.08 -1.1 PacifCstOil N ROYT .15e 7.0 5 2.75 1.36 190 2.10 705 2.20 2.05 -.02 +8.2 PacEthanol Q PEIX 7.50 2.75 553 3.25 1490 3.55 3.10 -.20 -28.6 PacGE pfA A PCGpA 1.50 5.8 33.49 21.19 1 25.77 16 26.75 25.50 -.94 -8.6 PacGE pfB A PCGpB 1.37 5.9 33.00 22.05 2 23.40 7 23.75 22.91 -.35 -9.4 PacGE pfC A PCGpC 1.25 5.7 29.01 20.60 21.75 9 21.75 21.30 +.17 -11.5 PacGE pfD A PCGpD 1.25 5.8 26.95 20.01 3 21.43 10 22.49 20.65 +.22 -11.3 PacGE pfE A PCGpE 1.25 6.0 29.48 20.30 6 21.00 10 21.15 20.42 -.27 -14.8 PacGE pfG A PCGpG 1.20 6.0 32.05 19.11 0 20.10 4 20.42 19.91 -.13 -18.2 PacGE pfH A PCGpH 1.12 5.7 29.54 18.65 2 19.70 7 19.70 19.00 +.29 -14.6tPacGE pfI A PCGpI 1.09 5.7 26.84 18.88 0 19.24 7 19.25 18.88 +.08 -14.7 PacMerc Q PMBC 22 10.00 7.40 16 9.85 54 9.95 9.70 +12.6 PacPreBc Q PPBI .15p 27 46.05 32.05 365 41.95 1191 42.00 40.10 +.55 +4.9 PaciraPhm Q PCRX 51.10 26.95 487 34.00 1403 36.05 33.65 -1.55 -25.5 PackAmer N PKG 3.16f 2.6 19 131.13 102.89 610 120.04 2857 120.42 117.25 +.17 -.4tPagsegur n N PAGS 39.97 29.06 2619 34.50 19709 35.53 29.06 -.90 +8.8 PainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 3.10 20 9.98 223 10.80 9.76 -.21 +149.5 PalatinTch A PTN 1.59 .34 1703 1.19 5793 1.22 1.10 +.03 +38.5sPaloAltNet N PANW 211.71 126.56 1709 209.19 5444 211.71 206.82 -.10 +44.3 PampaEng N PAM 72.98 46.25 541 47.65 2824 51.95 46.50 -4.77 -29.2 PanASlv Q PAAS .14 .8 22 19.56 13.99 921 17.70 4409 18.14 17.21 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39.70 80 41.30 39.20 -1.15 -13.6sParkeBcp Q PKBK .48b 2.1 16 22.45 16.25 8 22.35 52 22.45 21.65 +.20 +19.6tParkDrl N PKD 1.45 .40 2005 .44 6789 .48 .40 -.04 -55.8 ParkerHan N PH 3.04f 1.8 21 212.80 152.01 894 172.71 3303 176.07 170.06 -4.42 -13.5 ParkrVs rs Q PRKR 2.67 .70 33 .72 207 .76 .71 -.03 -32.1 ParsleyEn N PE 47 33.43 21.12 10226 28.31 25889 30.59 27.94 -1.11 -3.8 PrtnrCm Q PTNR 18 6.60 3.70 12 4.05 33 4.06 3.70 +.25 -34.2tPartRe pfF N PREpF 1.47 5.9 26.24 24.68 5 25.08 13 25.15 24.68 -.08 -2.0 PartRe pfG N PREpG 1.63 6.2 27.59 25.81 15 26.30 84 26.41 26.11 +.15 -2.0 PartRe pfH N PREpH 1.81 6.4 30.82 26.81 30 28.14 91 28.29 27.74 -.18 -1.8 PartRe pfI N PREpI 1.47 5.8 27.08 24.91 5 25.27 18 25.45 25.21 -.16 -3.8 PartyCity n N PRTY 13 16.90 9.50 552 14.80 3341 14.90 14.43 +.20 +6.1 PathfdBcp Q PBHC .24f 1.5 23 16.64 14.60 14 16.06 21 16.12 15.44 -.06 +4.3 PatrkInd s Q PATK 19 72.35 42.77 242 58.60 947 63.85 58.50 -.95 -15.6sPatrNBc rs Q PNBK .04 .2 24 21.15 15.30 6 20.00 39 21.15 19.56 -.70 +12.0 PatriotTr n Q PATI 13 21.04 16.72 1 19.00 4 19.00 18.49 +.48 +9.3 PatternEn Q PEGI 1.69f 9.2 14 26.56 16.58 679 18.44 2762 18.79 18.11 +.04 -14.2tPatterson Q PDCO 1.04 5.0 12 48.30 20.57 1254 20.98 6579 21.60 20.57 -.71 -41.9 PattUTI Q PTEN .16f .8 25.03 14.83 6436 19.50 15185 21.81 19.25 -1.50 -15.3tPavmed n Q PAVM 9.31 1.14 1180 .00 1914 1.33 .91 -.31 -56.5 Paychex Q PAYX 2.24f 3.4 27 73.10 54.20 1385 66.48 8264 66.59 65.10 +.58 -2.4 PaycomSft N PAYC 100 118.45 62.17 659 105.57 2362 107.38 103.00 +1.55 +31.4 Paylocity Q PCTY 60.55 41.15 273 60.19 764 60.43 58.96 +.73 +27.6 PayData rs Q PYDS 4.10 1.17 159 1.63 330 1.75 1.60 -.07 -35.6 PayPal n Q PYPL 53 86.32 50.83 7074 83.25 28867 83.46 80.20 +2.29 +13.1 pdvWirelss Q PDVW 39.75 22.00 31 26.60 365 27.20 23.10 +2.70 -17.1sPeabodyE n N BTU .60 1.3 43.76 22.58 1976 45.35 5381 46.23 41.15 +3.89 +15.2 PeakRsts Q SKIS .28 5.5 5.78 4.00 13 5.05 56 5.05 4.90 -6.5 PeapkGl Q PGC .20 .6 20 38.00 29.21 67 35.05 455 36.28 34.20 -.19 +.1 Pearson N PSO .80e 6.7 12.51 7.62 169 11.91 1064 12.06 11.82 -.13 +21.3sPebblebrk N PEB 1.52 3.7 23 41.32 30.65 570 41.22 2673 41.59 40.22 +.41 +10.9 Pebble pfC N PEBpC 1.63 6.6 26.05 23.93 8 24.68 17 24.76 24.40 +.14 -2.3 Pebbleb pfD N PEBpD 2.09 8.5 26.43 24.11 0 24.61 57 24.91 24.18 -.07 -4.5 Pedevco rs A PED 1.15 .26 79 .32 160 .32 .31 +.01 Pegasyst Q PEGA .12 .2 67.95 45.40 252 62.30 1128 63.40 61.00 +.75 +32.1 Pembina g N PBA 1.50 26 36.99 29.28 432 34.64 2652 35.02 33.12 +1.28 -4.3 PengthE g N PGH .04 1.23 .54 351 .73 1798 .79 .73 -.06 -7.7 PnnNtGm Q PENN 35 36.29 18.95 1435 33.83 4211 34.89 33.53 -.61 +8.0 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 14 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10.02 10.42 13 10.42 10.34 +.09 +1.0 Penske N PAG 1.40f 2.9 12 54.83 38.33 260 48.60 1126 49.38 47.59 +.34 +1.6tPentair N PNR .70 1.6 13 74.84 43.24 1163 43.86 5550 45.05 43.24 -1.17 -37.9sPenumbra n N PEN 164.25 77.75 247 165.25 848 167.35 154.10 +8.20 +75.6 PeopUtdF Q PBCT .70f 3.8 18 20.26 15.97 2273 18.60 10400 18.78 18.20 -.16 -.5 PeopUtd pf Q PBCTP 1.41 5.6 29.36 25.00 9 25.36 62 25.69 25.26 +.10 -10.5sPeBcOH Q PEBO 1.12f 2.9 17 38.03 29.55 46 38.01 184 38.04 36.47 +.87 +16.5 PeopBNC Q PEBK .52 1.6 17 36.12 23.27 3 31.85 24 32.00 30.94 +.04 +3.8 PeopFSvc Q PFIS 1.32f 2.8 17 51.56 39.00 4 47.80 31 48.98 46.70 -.67 +2.6sPeopUtah n Q PUB .40f 1.1 33 36.95 24.63 24 36.75 204 37.00 35.75 +.55 +21.3 PepsiCo Q PEP 3.71f 3.7 20 122.51 95.94 4414 100.25 29887 102.24 99.65 +.87 -16.4 Percptr Q PRCP .15 1.5 29 10.81 6.80 14 9.96 39 9.99 9.35 +.27 +2.7sPerficient Q PRFT 51 26.14 16.70 148 26.32 704 26.42 25.25 +.87 +38.0sPerfFood n N PFGC 23 36.35 25.40 385 35.70 2199 36.35 34.68 +.45 +7.9 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22.05 2811 22.61 21.01 +.61 +10.3 PluristemT Q PSTI 2.12 1.06 137 1.35 766 1.37 1.30 +.01 -2.2 PlymInd n A PLYM 1.50 8.8 19.00 15.09 7 17.00 92 17.35 15.62 +1.05 -8.0 PlymInd pfA A PLYMpA 1.88 7.6 26.07 23.68 1 24.89 12 24.90 24.71 -.01 -1.0 PoageBksh Q PBSK .24 1.3 23 21.00 17.20 1 19.20 3 19.30 19.10 -.05 -8.6 PointrTel h Q PNTR 19 19.65 9.60 12 14.00 100 14.55 13.55 -.25 -24.7sPointsInt g Q PCOM 43 14.59 7.70 69 14.29 389 14.60 13.08 +1.03 +38.9 PolarPwr n Q POLA 6.85 4.01 13 6.23 67 6.44 5.95 +.14 +24.4 Polaris N PII 2.40 2.1 30 137.66 83.37 690 114.90 2855 116.30 110.80 +1.87 -7.3 Polarity rs Q COOL 32.63 15.21 263 27.32 998 27.79 25.02 +2.01 +17.7 PolyMet g A PLM 1.36 .57 95 .78 441 .80 .75 -.02 -9.3 PolyOne N POL .70 1.6 19 47.48 34.15 315 42.46 1712 43.12 41.80 -.14 -2.4 Pool Corp Q POOL 1.80f 1.3 30 151.47 97.25 285 141.82 923 144.85 141.79 -2.90 +9.4 PopeRes Q POPE 2.80 4.0 25 79.50 66.60 6 70.19 7 72.00 70.19 -1.06 +.6 Popular Q BPOP 1.00 2.2 23 48.11 32.04 500 46.01 2131 46.41 45.19 -.79 +29.6 Popular pf Q BPOPN 1.68 6.7 25.52 22.61 18 24.99 70 25.17 24.86 -.14 +2.9 PopCpII pf Q BPOPM 1.53 6.5 24.20 17.66 4 23.50 36 23.95 23.02 +.20 +4.0 PorterBc rs Q PBIB 15.55 9.75 3 13.93 8 13.98 13.81 +.14 -2.7 PortGE N POR 1.45f 3.4 20 50.11 39.02 766 42.27 2910 42.93 41.46 +.40 -7.3 PortolaPh Q PTLA 67.10 30.10 889 40.77 3649 41.01 39.29 -.10 -16.2 PostHldg N POST 47 88.93 70.66 378 77.69 2283 79.32 76.05 -.28 -1.9sPotbelly Q PBPB 13.75 10.60 94 13.20 458 13.75 13.05 -.05 +7.3 PotltchDel Q PCH 1.60 3.1 28 56.35 43.85 370 51.15 2020 51.25 49.70 +1.10 +2.5 PowellInds Q POWL 1.04 3.0 36.90 22.80 84 34.32 238 34.57 33.26 +.34 +19.8 PwrInteg Q POWI .64f .8 38 86.60 60.55 150 75.80 853 77.30 73.45 +.86 +3.1 PowrREIT A PW 8.69 5.50 5 6.12 14 6.37 6.02 +.01 -.6 PSActUSRE N PSR 2.33e 1.9 83.71 72.60 0 79.16 2 79.59 78.11 +1.13 -3.5 PS SPXDn N PHDG .41e 1.3 34.48 25.32 30 28.30 39 28.48 28.07 -.08 +3.7 PS GrMult N PSMG 14.48 12.89 0 14.00 3 14.00 13.73 +.06 +1.3 PS BalMul 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N PSJ .10e .1 77.00 54.78 26 77.51 132 77.60 75.20 +1.81 +22.1 PwS Utils Q PUI .63e 2.3 29.97 23.64 5 27.17 15 27.70 27.12 +.03 -2.4 PSS&PQlty N SPHQ .38e 1.2 32.41 27.69 141 30.53 605 30.58 30.01 +.02 +.3 PwSWtr Q PHO .18e .6 31.82 26.47 25 30.63 112 31.04 30.34 -.02 +1.2sPwSZMicro N PZI .15e .7 20.45 17.23 0 20.40 2 20.45 20.18 +.39 +5.5 PSNasIntnt Q PNQI 141.10 100.20 45 137.47 174 137.68 132.81 +3.65 +18.8sPSMoment Q PDP .11e .2 56.11 46.28 207 56.09 543 56.20 54.96 +.57 +8.6 PSPrivEq N PSP .66e 5.4 13.52 11.71 45 12.26 269 12.26 11.95 -1.5 PSFinPf N PGF 1.11 6.0 19.17 18.01 159 18.42 779 18.43 18.29 +.11 -2.4 PSCleantch N PZD .44e 1.0 45.28 38.08 5 44.02 25 44.13 43.20 +.04 +4.1 PSBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 51.89 28 57.04 186 57.17 56.12 -.37 -3.3 PSh Tech Q PTF .26e .4 62.42 45.17 5 61.99 52 61.99 60.10 +1.64 +17.6sPSh Hlthcr Q PTH 88.72 53.95 23 88.91 85 89.11 85.13 +2.54 +23.4 PSh Inds Q PRN .19e .3 64.86 52.85 2 61.09 7 61.34 60.22 +.10 +.2 PSh Fincl Q PFI .14e .4 37.29 29.45 3 36.06 17 36.18 35.24 -.12 +2.7 PSh Engy Q PXI .69e 1.6 46.64 30.10 34 44.04 81 45.12 42.62 +1.03 +11.6 PSh CnsStp Q PSL .67e 1.0 70.15 58.73 4 69.40 47 69.95 68.59 +.58 +6.6 PSh CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .6 54.45 43.86 3 53.69 10 54.01 52.80 +.46 +6.8 PSh BasM Q PYZ .61e .9 75.26 59.22 3 70.60 9 71.01 69.29 +.30 -.1sPSR2KEqW N EQWS .41e .9 46.19 37.76 1 46.03 5 46.19 45.29 +.72 +6.0 PSRussl200 N EQWL .80e 1.5 56.31 47.63 2 53.30 8 53.50 52.43 +.13 +.6sPwShSMid Q PRFZ 1.30e .9 138.86 113.90 48 138.15 155 138.86 135.61 +1.39 +6.4 PS US1K N PRF 1.91e 1.7 120.82 102.35 72 113.69 345 113.87 111.50 +.42 +.1 PSDvMom Q PIZ .26e .9 29.70 25.29 252 28.39 333 28.43 27.80 +.03 +2.8 PSEmMom Q PIE .12e .6 22.22 16.89 417 21.55 730 21.60 21.07 +.14 +4.9 PS EmgInf N PXR .50e 1.4 41.00 33.63 2 36.29 6 36.55 35.78 -.57 -2.2 PS Dv exNA N PBDM 27.90 25.06 1 26.09 1 26.09 26.09 +.14 +.2 PS USA Pt n N PBUS 28.95 25.70 26.98 8 27.13 26.96 -.32 +1.0 PS Rs1000 n N USEQ 29.01 24.69 22 27.66 43 27.69 27.41 +.05 +.2 PS SP SC n N XSHQ 29.99 24.10 28.70 2 28.73 28.70 -1.29 +6.3 PS SP Val n N SPVM 30.41 25.57 2 28.54 2 28.54 28.50 -.05 -1.2 PS SP IntD N IDHD 30.80 27.75 1 28.46 4 28.53 27.96 -.20 -1.6 PS SC High N XSHD 26.03 23.12 4 25.14 9 25.35 24.96 -.18 -.1 PS LowVRot N DWLV 33.00 27.85 7 32.94 35 33.00 32.30 +.31 +5.8 PShTact n Q DWIN 1.18 4.7 28.05 24.71 4 25.29 17 25.41 25.07 +.05 -5.9 PSBldABd N BAB 1.31 4.4 30.98 29.23 86 29.57 271 29.89 29.53 +.06 -3.6 PS Rs1KLB Q USLB 32.32 28.67 28 31.45 34 31.48 31.17 +.17 +.8 PS IntlLB Q IDLB 32.01 27.59 22 30.47 27 30.63 30.09 +.03 +1.1 PS DWAtac Q DWTR 30.31 24.35 13 30.20 30 30.22 29.42 +.44 +6.9sPS SC CnDs Q PSCD .35e .5 64.56 50.36 1 63.79 7 64.56 63.45 +.06 +4.3 PS LowVol N XRLV .46 1.3 36.20 30.30 11 34.25 58 34.37 33.65 +.04 +.9 PSR1KEqW N EQAL .39e 1.2 32.78 27.97 33 31.63 194 31.84 31.16 +.11 +1.4 PShLadR0-5 Q LDRI .46 1.9 25.11 24.34 1 24.57 8 24.67 24.46 +.11 -1.2tPS VarPfd N VRP 1.20 4.8 26.49 24.83 131 24.88 1337 24.95 24.83 -.08 -3.0 PS SC CnSt Q PSCC 1.34e 1.8 76.62 64.11 2 75.96 7 76.45 74.45 +1.19 +1.6 PS IntBybk Q IPKW .29e .8 40.14 31.77 26 38.07 257 38.07 37.51 -.18 +1.3sPS SCLowV N XSLV .73e 1.5 48.35 42.32 102 48.13 437 48.35 47.31 +.48 +4.1sPS MCLwV N XMLV .64e 1.4 47.03 42.05 69 46.50 517 47.03 46.00 +.23 +2.5 PS SPX HiD N SPHD 1.30 3.2 43.25 38.14 256 40.38 1428 40.46 39.69 +.29 -4.8 PS EMLwV N EELV .60e 2.4 27.59 23.61 242 25.39 405 25.65 25.19 -.35 +.2 PS EMkMom N EEMO 22.52 17.16 83 20.17 104 20.25 19.57 +.18 -1.7 PSS&PMom N SPMO 38.04 29.45 12 37.55 32 37.62 36.59 +.37 +9.1 PS IntLwV N IDLV 1.11e 3.4 35.35 31.82 149 33.12 283 33.28 32.71 -.18 -1.6 PSS&PVal N SPVU 37.53 31.01 0 34.33 8 34.45 33.70 -.11 -1.2 PS GlbAgr Q PAGG .74e 2.7 28.90 24.29 1 27.22 5 27.40 27.06 -.10 -.6 PS SC Egy Q PSCE .14e .8 18.77 11.37 41 17.23 376 17.80 16.69 +.26 +11.9 PSShTHYB N PGHY 1.08 4.6 24.53 23.19 57 23.56 235 23.67 23.53 -.11 -1.2 PSKBWRgB Q KBWR .79e 1.3 61.23 47.64 3 59.95 80 60.26 58.65 -.13 +7.1sPS SmCMo Q DWAS .07e .1 54.00 40.48 87 54.12 239 54.38 52.38 +1.24 +11.1 PS KBWBk Q KBWB .58e 1.0 60.38 45.54 2262 55.59 7691 55.92 53.70 -.72 +1.0 PS YuanDS N DSUM .77 3.3 24.73 22.31 56 23.73 127 24.17 23.52 -.33 +2.6 PS FdIGBd N PFIG .67 2.7 26.70 24.54 6 24.76 86 24.90 24.69 +.04 -3.2 PS SrLoan N BKLN 1.01 4.8 23.32 22.96 5625 22.99 19472 23.03 22.98 -.01 -.2 PS P&CIns Q KBWP .69e 1.1 63.06 52.71 2 61.17 20 61.75 60.47 -.39 +3.0 PS SP LwV N SPLV .85 1.8 49.36 44.34 1525 46.93 6080 47.27 46.38 +.05 -1.7 PSKbwHiDv Q KBWD 2.10 9.0 24.69 21.09 65 23.40 277 23.54 23.20 +.08 -.9sPS SC Fin Q PSCF .97e 1.5 57.77 48.54 19 57.67 114 57.77 56.26 +.54 +5.8 PSKbwReit Q KBWY 2.58 7.6 38.43 29.75 71 34.16 254 34.33 33.26 +.75 -3.5 PS SP HiB N SPHB .49e 1.1 46.04 36.07 392 44.73 670 44.75 43.44 +.39 +5.3 PS IntlBd N PICB .57 2.2 28.77 25.77 10 26.22 76 26.41 26.05 -.07 -5.0 PS SC Util Q PSCU 1.21e 2.3 57.53 47.05 22 52.84 27 53.16 51.84 +.77 PS CEFInc N PCEF 1.91 8.3 24.24 22.35 140 23.05 416 23.06 22.85 +.10 -3.6 PS SCMatl Q PSCM .41e .8 55.75 43.76 0 53.60 6 53.80 52.71 +.59 +2.4sPS SC Info Q PSCT .08e .1 83.13 71.36 14 83.28 42 83.61 81.38 +1.36 +8.9 PS GlbGold Q PSAU .10e .5 21.85 17.58 3 18.72 48 18.90 18.46 +.05 -4.8sPS SC Ind Q PSCI .54e .8 68.67 52.88 3 68.02 15 68.67 66.79 +.52 +5.4sPS SC HCre Q PSCH 127.23 80.90 78 126.46 470 127.23 122.75 +2.28 +28.4 PSVrdoTF N PVI 26.18 24.51 8 24.94 15 25.00 24.91 +.1 PShCalMu N PWZ .80 3.1 26.50 25.41 13 25.87 140 26.06 25.82 +.03 -2.0 PShNYMu N PZT .86 3.6 24.80 23.71 5 24.06 34 24.15 23.94 +.13 -2.5 PShNatMu N PZA .87 3.5 25.90 24.84 188 25.15 1312 25.29 25.14 +.02 -2.6 PSh1-30Tr Q PLW .66 2.1 33.52 30.78 4 31.55 273 31.90 31.52 +.14 -3.8 PSHYCpBd N PHB .84 4.5 19.14 18.34 308 18.42 1959 18.44 18.36 +.01 -2.8 PwShPfd N PGX .86 5.9 15.20 14.10 2148 14.50 9223 14.52 14.40 +.07 -2.4 PShEMSov N PCY 1.50 5.6 30.23 26.69 1041 26.92 6664 27.23 26.85 -.32 -8.9 PShGClnEn N PBD .17e 1.3 13.78 11.57 5 12.86 29 13.05 12.72 -.02 -2.1 PShGlbWtr Q PIO .34e 1.3 27.16 23.34 13 25.91 39 25.98 25.55 -.11 -.5 PSEmgMkt N PXH .49e 2.2 25.32 19.49 558 21.91 1292 22.03 21.43 -.17 -1.9 PSDvMxUSs N PDN .53e 1.5 36.59 30.66 35 34.52 127 35.84 33.92 -.05 +.3 PSDvxUS N PXF 1.11e 2.5 48.75 41.18 40 44.73 227 44.87 43.82 -.27 -1.5 PShIntlDev N IDHQ .33e 1.4 25.51 22.10 1 24.21 8 24.41 23.75 -.05 +.2 PSAsxJ N PAF 1.91e 3.3 62.67 53.79 0 57.97 2 57.97 57.01 -.03 -1.6 PSIndia N PIN .12e .5 27.95 22.54 28 24.98 254 24.99 24.33 +.45 -5.4 PwShs QQQ Q QQQ 1.52e .7 175.21 135.80 45443 172.74 152757 172.84 167.96 +3.02 +10.9 PSS&PBW N PBP 1.07e 3.3 23.00 19.67 148 21.90 541 21.91 21.56 +.10 +2.1 PranBio rs Q PRAN 3.79 1.75 8 2.07 44 2.18 2.05 -.07 -33.7 Praxair N PX 3.30 2.1 36 166.95 127.36 1025 157.80 6419 158.53 153.25 +.73 +2.0 Precipio n Q PRPO 28.16 .36 642 .47 3732 .55 .43 -.07 -60.8 PrecDrill N PDS .28 4.14 2.26 1155 3.41 5665 3.63 3.37 -.15 +12.9 PrecTh rs Q AIPT 2.50 .81 559 1.17 2407 1.32 .99 +.16 +15.8 PfdAptCm N APTS 1.02f 7.2 22.71 13.60 626 14.15 2927 15.40 14.10 -.50 -30.1 PfdBkLA Q PFBC .88 1.4 18 67.65 48.89 82 64.17 320 64.77 63.17 -1.01 +9.2 PrefrmdLn Q PLPC .80 1.0 36 85.63 44.80 6 79.00 53 79.00 74.97 +3.08 +11.2sPremFin Q PFBI .60 2.6 14 23.20 16.78 14 22.93 81 23.56 22.00 +.58 +14.2 Premier Q PINC 36.50 27.16 664 33.17 2439 33.19 31.78 +.75 +13.6 Presbia n Q LENS 7.14 1.86 22 2.27 95 2.35 2.07 -.03 -39.9 Presidio n Q PSDO 19.74 11.97 231 13.52 694 13.60 13.27 +.14 -29.5 Prestige rs N PBH 3 269.50 27.84 484 33.70 3826 35.22 33.01 -.94 -24.1 Pretium g N PVG 12.44 6.17 1326 7.15 4767 7.31 6.82 +.19 -37.3 PriceTR Q TROW 2.80 2.3 22 123.47 69.38 896 122.90 5699 123.13 118.30 +1.52 +17.1 PrSmrt Q PSMT .70 .8 34 93.55 77.50 141 84.65 595 88.25 84.40 -.15 -1.7 PrmEgy Q PNRG 70.30 40.50 0 65.05 1 65.05 65.05 -1.05 +26.3 Primerica N PRI 1.00 1.0 13 108.05 70.00 138 99.15 1026 100.10 96.30 +.50 -2.4sPrimoWtr Q PRMW 85 17.10 10.47 314 17.00 1617 17.20 15.73 +1.14 +35.2 Primoris Q PRIM .24 .9 19 30.00 22.96 205 26.25 1276 27.09 26.06 -.05 -3.5 PrinEdgAIn N YLD .75e 42.10 39.36 0 40.29 4 40.64 40.28 -.10 -2.4 PrinPrice Q PSET .16e 34.46 28.97 3 33.42 3 33.42 33.15 +1.15 +3.9 PrinShHld Q PY .33e 34.81 28.20 9 32.71 10 32.83 32.39 -.08 +.3 PrinHlIn ef Q BTEC 35.50 25.39 0 35.30 1 35.30 34.04 +1.24 +12.3sPrinMill ef Q GENY .06e 38.17 28.59 2 36.92 3 38.24 36.07 +.53 +6.3 Prin US SC Q PSC 33.96 27.61 1 33.54 4 33.55 32.96 +.45 +5.8 Prin Cont n N PVAL 26.97 25.45 26.19 2 26.23 26.19 +.68 +2.7 Prn MegC n N USMC 28.10 24.58 9 25.99 26 26.08 25.46 +.06 -1.0tPrinSpec n N PREF 101.70 95.24 2 94.94 8 95.62 94.94 -.70 -5.4 PrinFncl Q PFG 2.08f 3.7 12 75.59 54.89 1387 56.45 6757 57.78 54.92 -1.26 -20.0 PrincREstI N PGZ 1.32m 7.7 19.52 16.21 29 17.16 103 17.32 16.98 +.20 -.2tProAssur N PRA 1.24a 3.2 21 63.45 38.30 371 38.35 1543 40.03 38.10 -1.80 -32.9 ProDex Q PDEX 18 8.00 5.13 4 6.70 22 6.70 6.50 +.15 -1.5 ProLogis N PLD 1.92 2.9 25 67.53 55.70 2951 65.11 15444 65.25 63.87 +.70 +.9 ProPetr n N PUMP 22.88 10.84 4787 15.28 12557 18.50 15.20 -2.42 -24.2 ProPhaseL Q PRPH 1.00e 5.29 1.47 18 3.45 99 3.57 2.97 +.26 +99.5 ProQRTher Q PRQR 6.90 2.75 203 5.75 651 5.90 5.10 -.15 +78.3 PrUltDow s N DDM 50.80 31.97 368 43.11 2306 43.38 41.71 -.37 ProUltMC s N MVV 45.38 32.29 41 42.95 115 43.62 41.71 +.46 PrUltQQQ s N QLD 91.48 56.21 1148 87.68 5345 87.75 82.95 +2.97 +19.6 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .4 125.72 88.10 1691 112.67 10787 113.00 107.99 +1.04 +3.0 PrUShCnG N SZK 17.35 12.80 9 16.32 13 16.47 16.10 +.16 +19.9 ProShtHY N SJB 23.91 22.91 335 23.22 516 23.33 23.19 +.02 +.4 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.5 86.90 69.88 15 75.22 145 77.60 74.82 +1.01 -10.0 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 60.83 51.89 27 53.72 241 54.83 53.53 +.25 -6.4 PrUltBio s Q BIB 69.62 44.62 162 57.33 625 57.57 53.30 +2.39 +2.2 ProSShOG N DDG 27.58 20.60 2 21.37 15 22.01 21.00 -.64 -7.0 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e 1.0 71.46 59.61 31 68.26 95 68.36 66.85 +.22 +2.2 ProUltTl s N LTL 56.39 35.57 6 36.51 9 40.00 36.19 -1.99 -15.5 ProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 43.95 15 45.66 39 45.66 45.34 +.05 +.7 ProUltEM N EET 114.48 68.94 11 87.79 34 88.08 83.63 -.01 -6.6 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.35 36.43 0 36.62 2 36.68 36.50 -.14 -2.7 ProUSL7-10T N PST 23.82 20.50 189 23.01 670 23.07 22.51 -.10 +6.7 ProShtEafe N EFZ 28.00 23.78 3 25.54 142 26.08 25.52 +.04 +.2 ProShtEM N EUM 21.20 16.23 244 17.99 1690 18.47 17.98 +.03 +.2 ProUltEaf s N EFO 50.26 37.08 41.97 9 42.42 40.99 -.97 ProUEurop N UPV 66.95 48.62 1 55.70 3 56.27 52.99 -.61 -5.0 ProUltRE s N URE 68.58 50.79 12 61.48 42 61.71 59.00 +2.04 -6.8 ProUltFin s N UYG 47.86 31.79 69 41.80 588 42.06 39.85 -.51 ProShtRE N REK 17.94 15.62 4 16.17 43 16.56 16.13 -.29 +2.2 ProShtChi50 N YXI 23.50 16.42 1 18.33 31 18.85 18.30 -.09 -4.7 ProUltSem s N USD 54.11 25.72 45 51.49 122 51.49 48.82 +1.81 ProUltUt s N UPW 54.09 37.86 1 43.32 3 45.01 43.02 -.40 -7.9 PrUltTech s N ROM 111.39 63.94 81 109.18 195 109.18 102.74 +4.16 +24.4 ProUltJpn s N EZJ 50.46 33.95 41.96 3 42.50 41.80 -.64 ProUltO&G N DIG .46e 1.1 47.42 28.35 91 43.62 399 44.40 40.71 +1.96 +10.2 ProUltInd s N UXI 83.64 56.30 1 72.19 5 72.24 70.05 -.03 -1.2 PrUltHCr s N RXL .63e .7 107.49 74.57 2 89.16 9 89.50 85.84 +.00 +1.0 ProUCnsSv s N UCC 99.90 64.24 0 87.88 1 87.88 86.27 +.20 +7.9 PrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 37.81 0 39.69 11 40.17 39.00 +.07 -19.0 ProUBasM N UYM .15e .2 82.75 55.36 3 70.88 17 71.00 67.63 +.60 -4.3sPrUlPR2K s N URTY 98.60 56.50 91 97.78 508 98.60 91.29 +3.58 +18.8 PUltM400 s N UMDD .03e 134.39 80.45 5 121.54 13 124.00 116.27 +2.20 +4.0sProUltSC s N SAA 116.51 75.95 2 115.66 6 116.51 111.88 +2.30 +14.9 ProUPD30 s N UDOW 116.82 58.36 1050 89.02 6074 89.98 84.84 -1.31 -5.6 PrUltPQ s Q TQQQ 63.51 31.34 9619 58.49 40360 58.58 53.83 +2.94 +26.5sProUlR2K s N UWM 80.56 54.70 129 80.06 623 80.56 76.54 +1.94 +13.3 ProSht20Tr N TBF 23.81 21.58 844 22.91 3128 23.00 22.55 -.18 +4.8 PUltSP500 s N UPRO 57.48 33.83 3129 47.79 16340 47.95 44.84 +.67 ProUChin50 N XPP 113.86 59.43 9 84.51 35 84.78 79.74 +.32 +.7 PrUSSilv s N ZSL 40.09 27.80 7 33.40 36 33.51 32.50 +.48 +6.4 PUVixST rs N UVXY 47.16 8.52 18247 11.71 117032 13.78 11.41 +.53 +14.7 ProVixST rs N VIXY 47.12 21.24 1442 29.28 7664 32.66 28.79 +.99 +26.5 PS Crde n N OILU 64.70 14.90 357 46.57 1546 53.09 46.55 -4.97 +25.1 PrUCrude rs N UCO 34.67 12.36 3463 27.94 15214 30.52 27.92 -1.88 +19.2 PrUltYen rs N YCL 65.77 56.16 1 59.33 3 60.47 59.27 -.19 +3.3 PVixMTFut N VIXM 29.70 19.88 9 22.55 70 23.25 22.29 +.38 +6.6 PrUltSilv N AGQ 39.51 28.47 76 30.92 380 31.57 30.76 -.40 -8.7 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 30.06 47 37.85 212 40.69 37.48 -.33 -4.5 ProUShGld N GLL 80.66 63.08 7 70.55 52 70.62 69.26 +.90 +2.1 PrSUShAus N CROC 50.90 42.20 1 48.23 2 49.84 48.12 -.27 +5.5 PrUltShYen N YCS 76.95 64.93 33 71.65 51 71.89 69.77 +.14 -4.4 ProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 35.62 24 39.14 110 39.99 39.08 -.53 -3.8 ProShtVx s N SVXY 139.47 9.53 9449 13.18 52425 13.33 12.46 -.32 -89.7 PrUShCrd s N SCO 52.16 15.33 2113 18.78 8399 18.80 17.23 +1.09 -23.5 ProShtEuro N EUFX 42.85 38.37 1 41.52 6 42.00 41.41 +.02 +3.8 ProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 15.34 55 16.14 148 16.30 15.76 -.02 -7.6 ProUShEuro N EUO 24.37 19.46 219 22.80 1245 23.33 22.63 +.04 +7.5 ProctGam N PG 2.87f 3.9 19 94.67 70.73 7201 73.45 40920 75.02 72.80 -.86 -20.1 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 8.86 2.45 23 3.02 83 3.26 2.98 +.05 -26.2 ProfirEng Q PFIE 2 5.30 1.19 325 4.71 2185 4.80 4.00 +.29 +145.3 PrognicsPh Q PGNX 8.63 4.60 2048 7.99 5040 8.19 7.45 +.47 +34.3 ProgrsSoft Q PRGS .56 1.5 34 53.60 28.63 384 38.38 1721 38.63 35.63 +1.43 -9.8sProgsvCp N PGR .69e 1.1 32 63.28 42.80 2670 62.43 14619 63.28 61.32 +.08 +10.8 Proofpoint Q PFPT 130.27 82.61 727 120.57 3193 122.61 115.92 -1.73 +35.8 ProsHldg N PRO 36.83 21.36 292 35.25 763 36.28 35.15 -.40 +33.3 ProShtQQQ N PSQ 40.94 31.45 1105 31.65 3911 32.54 31.63 -.56 -11.0 ProShSP rs N SH 33.75 28.14 2111 29.22 8711 29.86 29.19 -.16 -3.2 PrUShSP rs N SDS 51.48 35.66 3850 37.90 20655 39.59 37.83 -.44 -7.7 PUShtMdC N MZZ 24.14 16.91 1 17.10 8 17.47 17.05 -.30 -8.8tPrShRs2K rs N SRTY 49.09 24.33 204 24.55 1295 26.33 24.33 -1.01 -24.1tPShtQQQ rs Q SQQQ 33.45 14.46 14093 14.25 56475 15.51 14.22 -.80 -33.8 PrUShD3 rs N SDOW 32.39 15.67 2963 18.03 15353 18.94 17.84 +.19 -7.5 PUltShtF rs N FINZ 15.21 6.47 1 7.71 11 8.43 7.71 +.12 -4.9 PrSUlhGM rs N GDXS 18.19 12.07 10 14.35 13 14.60 14.25 -.07 +2.6 ProUShL20 N TBT 39.86 32.99 3817 36.82 23873 37.05 35.61 -.61 +9.0tPrShR2K rs N RWM 48.41 38.93 195 39.05 1273 39.95 38.93 -.49 -7.6 PrUShHC rs N RXD 36.46 24.68 1 28.28 3 28.97 28.15 -.10 -6.0 PrUShCnS rs N SCC 30.80 20.44 1 21.20 1 21.20 21.20 -.31 -12.4 PrUShRE rs N SRS 37.33 28.35 14 30.16 78 31.42 30.02 -1.06 +3.2tPUShtR2K N TWM 22.96 14.61 860 14.70 4077 15.39 14.61 -.38 -15.8 PS DecRt n N EMTY 38.59 31.27 0 33.98 2 33.98 33.31 +.43 +1.4 PUShtIndl N SIJ 22.12 14.55 0 16.04 37 16.50 15.89 +.11 -4.7 PS OnlSt n N CLIX 50.04 37.63 7 48.89 45 49.04 47.73 +.99 +24.4 ProS Ris n Q EQRR 51.48 38.13 4 50.24 12 50.36 49.00 +.34 +7.6tPUPShtMC N SMDD 15.02 8.70 8.80 7 8.88 8.70 -.17 -12.3 PrSh K1 n N OILK 26.41 16.51 11 23.95 81 26.18 23.57 -.64 +10.6 PUShtEur N EPV 37.85 26.83 17 30.88 124 32.54 30.67 +.38 -.3 PUShtJpn N EWV 34.98 22.75 0 25.88 6 26.06 25.59 +.29 -2.2 ProSPDvA N NOBL 1.00e 1.6 67.98 57.14 485 62.59 1258 63.19 61.88 -.26 -2.3 PrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 24.43 107 33.39 285 33.70 30.07 +1.96 -.7 PUltShEafe N EFU 27.50 19.90 3 22.83 16 23.72 22.72 +.13 +.2 PrUGMin rs N GDXX 50.96 33.56 4 37.44 14 37.86 36.95 -.01 -11.0 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 51.76 8 58.25 47 59.83 55.50 -4.84 -25.4 PrSht20yTr N TTT 31.13 25.95 126 27.50 933 27.77 26.16 -.68 +3.4 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 3.9 44.51 39.30 41.55 10 41.60 40.79 +.34 -3.1 PUltShOG N DUG 53.46 28.56 48 30.78 320 33.12 30.23 -1.61 -16.8 PrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.2 43.67 34.68 15 36.21 19 36.27 35.90 -.11 +1.1 ProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 39.62 0 41.96 4 42.12 41.40 -.43 +.5 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 70.99 65.87 8 66.62 36 67.03 66.16 -.41 -.9 ProSPxEgy N SPXE .22p 59.30 44.29 56.48 1 57.00 56.41 -.23 PrUltPFn N FINU .29e .3 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40.82 40.15 20 40.21 33 40.34 40.21 -.06 SpdrCreEq N SYE 1.63e 1.3 80.09 68.17 0 76.96 12 76.96 75.60 +.50 +3.2 SpdrDblTac N TOTL 1.17e 49.66 47.11 171 47.46 888 47.90 47.42 -.04 -2.4 SpdrValEq N SYV 4.21e 1.5 70.61 58.70 15 67.82 29 67.90 66.56 +.04 +2.4 SpdrGroEq N SYG 1.85e .8 86.17 70.36 1 82.63 2 82.69 81.57 +.01 +4.0 SpdrBiot s N XBI .44e .5 97.98 69.88 5010 96.65 20770 97.01 91.23 +3.65 +13.9 Spdr Div N SDY 3.80e 2.0 98.29 87.80 319 92.35 1587 93.36 91.45 -.02 -2.3 SpdrGbDow N DGT 1.52e 1.8 91.75 76.25 6 84.27 15 84.34 83.03 -.51 -1.4 SpdrHome N XHB .15e .4 47.20 37.17 1711 39.38 10708 40.16 39.20 -.49 -11.0 SpdrS&PBk N KBE .53e 1.1 52.00 39.61 1883 49.36 11128 49.76 48.17 -.35 +4.3 SpdrS&PCM N KCE .91e 1.5 62.51 46.88 15 60.29 35 61.30 59.26 -.59 +4.1 SpdrS&PIn s N KIE 32.34 27.81 219 30.63 1087 30.86 30.12 -.25 -.2 Spd LgCap s N SPLG 33.54 28.21 272 32.20 1474 32.23 31.52 +.19 +2.8 SpdrLCpG s N SPYG 35.96 29.32 325 35.51 1844 35.53 34.67 +.37 +7.6 SpdrLCapV s N SPYV 32.54 28.05 123 29.84 690 29.94 29.27 -.01 -2.7sSpd MidC s N SPMD 35.26 29.60 367 35.01 966 35.26 34.41 +.26 +4.9 SpdrMCpG N MDYG 2.19e .8 166.10 139.27 67 162.91 223 164.00 160.76 +.55 +4.8 SpdrMCpV N MDYV 3.45e 3.3 106.67 92.30 16 104.51 148 105.53 102.81 +.79 +1.6 SpdrNY Tch N XNTK .41e .4 97.64 71.73 21 94.90 62 95.00 92.48 +1.52 +13.2 SpdrSemi s N XSD .16e .2 76.57 60.17 100 76.16 321 76.18 74.31 +.94 +9.1sSpdrSCapG N SLYG 8.53e .8 252.96 206.75 32 252.13 153 252.96 246.69 +3.65 +10.9sSpdrSCapV N SLYV 7.98e 1.3 134.81 112.91 102 133.77 288 134.81 131.49 +.96 +6.4 SpdrRs3K s N THRK 35.46 29.89 787 34.27 2553 34.30 33.55 +.22 +3.2 SpdrWilRE N RWR 2.90e 3.2 95.73 81.59 197 91.36 804 91.55 88.89 +1.98 -2.5 SpdrShTTr N SPTS .27 .9 31.78 29.45 245 29.51 855 29.67 29.51 -.05 -1.2sSpFcStIn n N XITK 96.55 68.30 15 97.35 34 97.49 94.06 +2.87 +24.6 Spdr1500VT N VLU 4.85e 1.7 108.76 91.72 0 102.46 3 102.52 100.30 +.22 +.5 SpdrScored N CBND .99 3.2 32.69 30.80 1 31.02 3 31.35 30.98 +.02 -3.8 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SpdrIntCBd N IBND .14e .4 36.87 32.63 263 33.80 550 34.00 33.45 +.01 -4.4 SpdrIGFlt N FLRN .20 .7 30.85 30.62 3692 30.72 5936 30.80 30.72 -.05 +.2 SpdrHYMu N HYMB 2.55 4.5 57.97 54.01 149 56.10 281 56.54 56.05 -.16 +.8 SpdrWFPf N PSK 2.59e 6.0 45.44 41.81 25 43.04 326 43.13 42.84 +.10 -2.3 SpdrBarITB N BWZ .01e 33.49 30.78 216 31.55 313 31.76 31.37 -.15 -1.8 SpdrBarcCv N CWB 3.55e 4.2 53.80 48.86 1361 53.75 3891 53.75 52.96 +.40 +6.2 SpdrLTBd s N SPLB 28.77 25.91 30 26.34 853 26.74 26.28 -.10 -7.9 SpdrITBd N SPIB .92 2.8 34.72 33.07 490 33.24 10134 33.51 33.20 -.09 -2.9 SpdrBarMBB N MBG .83 3.3 26.50 25.09 10 25.33 45 25.53 25.30 -.03 -2.7tSpdrEMBd N EBND 30.91 27.77 388 27.83 5236 28.08 27.77 -.24 -6.2 SpdrShTHiY N SJNK 1.58 5.8 28.07 26.94 1502 27.26 12640 27.36 27.25 -.11 -1.1 SpdrLehHY N JNK 2.30 6.5 37.46 35.35 11726 35.51 50086 35.70 35.51 -.19 -3.3 SpdShTBd N SPSB .40e 1.2 30.74 30.09 293 30.13 1904 30.29 30.13 -.09 -1.0tSP IntTip N WIP .41e .3 60.27 54.69 473 54.91 714 55.46 54.69 -.17 -4.5 SPLIntTB s N BWX 29.72 27.23 1464 27.96 3163 28.10 27.83 -.10 -1.7 SpdrTrans s N XTN .25e .4 69.36 53.14 15 65.30 76 65.97 64.45 -.22 +.2 SpdrTelcm N XTL .68e 1.0 74.86 65.10 14 71.03 69 71.24 69.93 +.14 +4.0sSpdrHCSv s N XHS .61e .1 68.97 56.18 5 67.74 38 68.97 67.23 -.18 +10.0sSpdrHCEq s N XHE 3.22e .1 78.00 57.93 302 77.96 924 78.50 75.50 +1.67 +21.1sSpdrSf&Sv s N XSW .19e .2 81.54 61.33 4 81.64 31 81.74 79.77 +1.41 +17.6 SpdrMLCrs N CJNK 1.01e 3.9 27.04 25.34 6 25.48 171 25.67 25.41 -.03 -4.2 SpdrAerDf s N XAR 1.70e 1.1 91.55 69.02 41 89.55 357 89.93 88.13 +.17 +7.2 SpdAgBd n N SPAB 28.84 27.57 1048 27.86 2252 28.08 27.75 +.01 -3.1 SpdrBarcTip N IPE 1.04e 1.7 57.26 54.59 111 55.09 443 55.50 54.98 +.06 -2.1sSprBl 1-3b rs N BIL 91.58 91.37 706 91.45 2900 91.58 91.44 -.11 +.1 SpdLgTr s N SPTL 37.32 33.45 309 34.61 943 35.23 34.51 +.15 -5.4 SpdrLehIntTr N ITE .74 1.3 60.59 57.94 75 58.48 272 59.07 58.44 -.06 -1.6 SpdrS&P RB N KRE .74e 1.2 65.59 49.31 5834 63.84 30518 64.35 62.25 -.37 +8.5 Spdr1500MT N MMTM 1.61e 1.3 123.70 101.58 5 120.82 8 121.04 118.55 +.76 +5.3 SpdDorWrF Q DWFI 26.06 23.79 73 24.01 171 24.12 23.84 +.03 -5.0 SpdrRetl s N XRT .49e 1.1 49.09 37.72 3841 46.62 15192 47.39 46.18 -.04 +3.2 SpdNuBMu s N TFI 49.42 47.52 304 47.94 2434 48.28 47.93 -.06 -2.1 SpdrPhm s N XPH 3.00e .8 47.11 38.71 75 42.75 292 42.77 41.46 +.70 -1.7 SpdrOGEx N XOP .73e 1.7 44.75 28.96 15724 42.15 82505 43.22 40.38 +1.27 +13.4 SpNuBST rs N SHM 48.95 47.51 492 47.80 2003 47.92 47.75 +.06 -.2 SpdrGendr N SHE 75.63 66.51 2 72.16 23 72.18 70.80 +.61 +1.8 SpdrOGEq N XES .49e 2.9 19.29 12.90 1229 17.19 4201 17.85 16.87 +.03 +.4 SpdR1KLVF N ONEV 76.79 68.57 5 72.68 10 72.97 72.15 +.57 +.2 SpdrMetM N XME .24e .6 39.62 27.86 1812 37.84 8682 38.58 36.50 +1.01 +4.0 SpdrR1KMo N ONEO 77.42 68.55 8 73.79 31 74.10 73.10 -.05 +1.5 SpdrR1KYF N ONEY 75.25 65.47 1 70.66 2 70.73 68.94 +.64 +.8 SpdSPXHiD N SPYD 38.74 34.60 160 36.79 549 36.96 36.29 +.25 -1.7 SpdrFosFFr N SPYX 69.64 58.36 8 66.28 23 66.41 65.04 +.27 +2.3 SpdrR1KLV N LGLV 5.40e 1.9 94.43 85.68 1 90.31 10 90.82 89.00 +.04 -.3 SpdrUsaSt N QUS .54e 82.07 69.37 6 77.83 13 78.02 76.87 +.09 +.7sSpd SP600 N SLY 3.97e 1.0 145.36 117.23 24 144.34 83 145.36 141.64 +1.15 +8.5 SpdrSPXBbk N SPYB .41e 67.80 51.33 1 63.16 22 63.27 62.22 -.34 +1.3sSpdrSCap n N SPSM 32.38 28.11 164 32.25 859 32.38 31.57 +.37 +2.4 Spdr1-10Tip N TIPX .08e .4 21.00 18.41 4 19.17 125 19.30 19.16 +.02 -.6 SpdrR2KLV N SMLV 2.16e 2.3 100.14 84.63 7 94.16 25 94.58 92.85 +1.07 +3.1tSPI Eng rs Q SPI 2.61 .34 224 .36 1105 .41 .34 -.05 -43.5sSPS Cmce Q SPSC 94 75.34 45.02 210 74.52 724 75.34 69.72 +1.23 +53.4 SPX Cp N SPXC 15 35.72 23.41 214 34.22 1106 34.76 34.00 -.62 +9.0 SPX Flow n N FLOW 42 54.92 31.10 153 44.01 731 45.37 43.53 -.42 -7.4sSRC Eng A SRCI 19 13.24 6.19 3241 13.29 12804 13.32 11.42 +1.15 +55.8 SS&C Tch s Q SSNC .28 .5 32 53.99 35.85 1010 50.93 6740 51.38 49.56 +.80 +25.8 SSLJ.cm n Q SSLJ 5.75 3.12 48 3.98 146 4.46 3.72 -.19 +13.4 SSR Mng g Q SSRM 22 11.44 7.64 499 10.29 2115 10.49 10.14 -.32 +17.1 STMicro N STM .40 1.7 26 25.30 14.07 2375 23.76 17636 23.99 22.75 -.30 +8.8 SVB FnGp Q SIVB 27 327.91 159.44 674 317.73 2776 319.70 305.16 -1.73 +35.9 SabanCap n Q SCAC 10.20 9.84 10.01 2 10.01 10.00 +.02 +1.0 Saban un Q SCACU 11.20 10.25 10.51 32 10.52 10.40 -.19 -.1tSABESP N SBS .39e 5.8 11.96 6.84 1797 6.73 6281 7.03 6.69 -.38 -35.6 SabnR N SBR 2.29m 4.8 23 50.00 36.80 8 48.25 69 49.50 48.10 -.25 +8.2 SabraHltc Q SBRA 1.78e 8.6 16 25.31 15.78 1517 20.80 5764 21.08 20.14 +.48 +10.8sSabreCorp Q SABR .56 2.2 29 25.00 17.30 2368 24.93 7474 25.04 23.70 +.98 +21.6 SachemC n A SACH .42 10.9 5.10 3.30 3 3.85 64 3.90 3.78 -.04 -2.3 SAExplr rs Q SAEX 4.46 1.18 77 1.41 122 1.48 1.34 -.03 -35.9 SafeBulk N SB .04 1.1 4.00 1.76 1207 3.69 4510 3.76 2.98 +.65 +14.2 SafeBlk pfC N SBpC 2.00 8.7 24.26 18.26 13 23.05 29 23.30 22.34 +.55 -3.6 SafeB pfD N SBpD 2.00 8.7 24.20 18.00 12 23.07 32 23.19 22.71 +.46 -1.9 SafegdSci N SFE 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-1.5 Santand pfC N SOVpC 1.83 7.1 26.57 25.10 0 25.78 20 25.82 25.60 +.02 +.4 Sapiens Q SPNS .20e 2.1 47 14.30 8.01 10 9.41 38 9.41 8.90 +.31 -18.3sSaratogaI N SAR 2.04f 8.9 4 22.95 19.62 15 23.05 52 23.05 22.46 +.11 +3.0 SaratIn23 n N SAB 1.69 6.5 26.79 25.34 1 25.85 4 25.85 25.83 -.04 +.2sSareptaTh Q SRPT 97.75 28.82 929 95.85 3807 97.75 90.00 +4.20 +72.3 Sasol N SSL 1.41e 3.7 38.75 26.92 279 37.76 1115 38.22 35.58 +.74 +10.4 SaulCntr N BFS 2.08 4.2 16 65.43 46.71 22 49.78 125 50.32 48.18 +1.23 -19.4 SaulCtr pfC N BFSpC 1.72 6.9 25.98 23.79 19 24.91 21 24.95 24.83 -.02 -1.6 Savara rs Q SVRA 17.19 4.61 113 9.69 1291 11.23 9.20 +.81 -34.7tscPhrma n Q SCPH 18.17 8.89 479 8.92 1713 14.36 8.50 -5.06 -26.2 ScanSource Q SCSC 14 45.35 31.40 97 39.45 378 39.95 38.40 +.80 +10.2 Schlmbrg N SLB 2.00 2.9 43 80.35 61.02 6512 68.96 31671 69.83 67.17 +.36 +2.3 Schmitt h Q SMIT 4.47 1.55 13 2.29 54 2.29 2.15 +.04 -16.4sSchndrNt n N SNDR .24 .8 30.35 19.58 425 29.80 2310 30.35 28.99 +.47 +4.3 Schnitzer Q SCHN .75 2.4 10 38.85 18.65 246 31.60 1215 32.20 29.70 +1.55 -5.7sScholRck n Q SRRK 17.80 14.00 124 19.65 527 19.95 14.78 +4.65 +26.8 Scholastc Q SCHL .60 1.3 46.59 33.51 129 44.71 507 45.73 43.80 +.52 +11.5 Schulmn Q SHLM .82 1.9 33 44.50 25.00 280 43.80 767 44.50 43.70 -.30 +17.6 SchwUSMkt N SCHB .96e 1.4 69.07 58.06 719 66.51 3157 66.58 65.11 +.43 +3.1 SchwUSLgC N SCHX .98e 1.5 68.43 57.33 1015 65.54 3895 65.59 64.14 +.38 +2.8 SchwLCGr N SCHG .63e .8 76.83 62.63 381 75.91 1419 75.95 74.20 +.66 +7.4 SchwLCVal N SCHV 1.14e 2.1 58.00 49.82 220 53.90 1101 53.95 52.82 +.13 -1.4 SchwMCap N SCHM .59e 1.1 56.22 47.42 250 55.01 945 55.12 54.01 +.35 +3.3sSchUSSmC N SCHA .76e 1.0 74.26 61.64 419 73.97 1703 74.26 72.40 +.82 +6.1 SchwEMkt N SCHE .49e 1.8 31.08 24.47 1420 27.35 7446 27.40 26.72 -.07 -2.1 Sch 1000 n N SCHK 28.14 24.88 61 26.99 298 27.02 26.44 +.14 +2.8 SchEMLgC N FNDE .39e 1.3 33.13 26.11 205 29.42 1618 29.56 28.85 -.29 -.8 SchIntSmCo N FNDC .55e 1.5 38.22 32.31 286 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11816 7.64 58375 7.92 7.63 -.08 -.6 SpiritR pfA N SRCpA 1.50 6.8 26.40 20.25 14 22.09 90 22.09 21.18 +.99 -11.1 SpirtTex n Q STXB 22.55 20.56 19 21.12 165 21.65 20.88 +.04 -3.3 Splunk Q SPLK 119.00 54.17 1462 113.95 9027 113.97 107.08 +3.69 +37.6 SpokHldgs Q SPOK .50 3.2 35 18.85 13.75 132 15.40 536 15.60 14.95 -1.6 SportsWhs Q SPWH 10 6.99 3.40 306 5.08 2056 5.51 5.01 -.07 -23.1 Spotify n N SPOT 171.23 135.51 1952 159.24 5798 161.81 152.63 +2.64 +6.9 SpragueRs N SRLP 2.61 10.9 14 30.75 22.40 20 23.95 151 23.95 22.85 +1.35 -1.0 SprBkPh n Q SBPH 18.93 10.81 33 14.10 63 14.10 12.79 +.66 +4.9 Sprint N S 3 8.98 4.81 12889 5.20 60787 5.27 5.09 +.05 -11.7 SprottSilv N PSLV 6.85 5.83 242 6.04 1261 6.11 6.03 -.04 -4.7 SprottFoc Q FUND .75e 9.4 8.39 6.84 31 7.99 127 8.06 7.88 +.01 +.8 SprottGold N PHYS 11.15 9.83 281 10.53 1296 10.65 10.47 -.07 -.6 SprottPPP N SPPP 9.91 7.81 34 8.60 110 8.60 8.25 +.09 -7.9 Sprouts Q SFM 22 28.29 17.55 1530 21.61 7278 22.11 21.44 -.24 -11.3sSquare n N SQ 58.90 22.41 10465 59.41 38953 60.26 55.89 +3.64 +71.4sStaarSur Q STAA 30.00 8.95 581 30.30 2203 30.50 27.95 +2.20 +95.5 Staff360 rs Q STAF 5.70 1.41 36 1.60 93 1.69 1.51 -.01 -49.2 STAG Indl N STAG 1.39 5.2 36 28.95 22.42 1244 26.87 6878 26.96 26.23 +.47 -1.7 STAG pfB N STAGpB 1.66 6.6 26.16 24.91 2 25.20 7 25.20 25.11 +.02 -.2 STAG pfC N STAGpC 27.49 24.76 1 25.50 14 25.50 25.25 +.20 -2.6 StageStrs N SSI .20 7.8 3.25 1.45 335 2.57 1249 2.91 2.53 -.37 +53.0sStamps.cm Q STMP 30 254.69 131.61 266 257.60 869 261.45 247.60 +9.25 +37.0 SP Matls N XLB .98e 1.7 64.17 53.38 3797 59.07 19779 59.26 57.80 +.06 -2.4 SP HlthC N XLV 1.01e 1.2 91.79 76.80 8035 83.36 50979 83.51 81.57 +.42 +.8 SP CnSt N XLP 1.28e 2.6 58.95 48.76 10920 49.66 62057 50.56 49.47 -.22 -12.7 SP Consum N XLY 1.12e 1.1 109.34 87.89 5216 106.54 22475 106.65 104.90 +.41 +8.0 SP Engy N XLE 2.04e 2.7 79.42 61.80 14082 76.38 69688 76.94 73.66 +1.80 +5.7 SPDR Fncl N XLF .46e 1.7 30.33 23.26 62646 27.48 321625 27.63 26.72 -.37 -1.5 SP Inds N XLI 1.12e 1.5 80.96 66.95 9677 75.26 53696 75.61 74.13 -.43 -.5 SP Tech N XLK .78e 1.1 71.34 54.25 12723 71.09 67302 71.10 68.91 +1.34 +11.2 SpdrRESel N XLRE 34.02 29.17 2424 31.71 13080 31.81 30.99 +.52 -3.7 SP Util N XLU 1.55e 3.1 57.23 47.37 17179 50.21 63454 51.29 49.97 -.29 -4.7stStd AVB n Q STND 31.60 31.05 4 31.05 4 31.60 31.05 StdMotor N SMP .84 1.8 26 54.73 40.56 107 45.87 328 45.95 44.00 +1.51 +2.1 Standex N SXI .72 .7 21 110.00 86.25 40 101.60 136 101.95 98.98 +1.20 -.2 StanBlkDk N SWK 2.52 1.8 20 176.62 136.33 887 141.58 4743 145.85 139.21 -5.06 -16.6 StanB&D 52 N SWJ 1.44 5.6 26.00 24.88 69 25.83 187 25.83 25.25 +.30 +2.4 StanBlD un N SWP 128.00 105.13 21 108.37 319 110.50 106.30 -1.25 -11.7 Stantec g N STN .55f 17 29.25 22.80 10 25.35 62 25.70 24.75 +.10 -9.3 StarBulk rs Q SBLK 14.25 7.61 297 13.09 1145 13.53 12.22 +.56 +16.3 StrBlk22 n Q SBLKZ 2.08 8.1 26.00 23.58 3 25.59 28 25.62 25.20 +.38 +1.1 StarGas N SGU .47f 5.0 15 11.70 8.74 38 9.34 162 9.54 9.24 +.10 -13.1 StarsGp g Q TSG 38.23 15.85 862 35.85 2367 36.05 33.85 -.20 +53.9 Starbucks s Q SBUX 1.20 2.1 26 64.87 52.58 4961 56.91 27301 57.88 56.55 -1.01 -.9 Starret N SCX .40 6.0 22 9.40 5.80 9 6.70 35 7.00 6.60 -.20 -22.1 Startek N SRT 49 14.78 6.11 85 6.80 312 6.91 6.71 -.04 -31.8 StarwdPT N STWD 1.92 8.8 11 23.01 19.47 1257 21.77 6719 21.94 21.66 +2.0 StatAutF Q STFC .40 1.3 32.00 22.11 37 31.69 138 31.93 29.26 +1.77 +8.8 StateBkFn Q STBZ .80 2.4 21 34.66 24.90 560 33.55 2099 34.38 32.77 -.63 +12.4 StateStr N STT 1.68 1.7 17 114.27 81.98 1466 98.45 7524 99.56 94.03 -2.02 +.9 StateSt pfC N STTpC 25.55 24.01 30 25.27 89 25.40 25.02 +.33 +.3tStateSt pfD N STTpD 28.96 26.00 97 26.35 365 26.49 26.00 +.40 -4.0 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 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StaStCp pfG N STTpG 28.45 25.50 30 25.85 189 25.91 25.55 +.34 -4.7 StateSt pfE N STTpE 27.16 25.47 38 26.28 150 26.50 26.03 +.24 -.7 SteadyM n Q STDY 10 7.35 2.60 97 4.60 729 4.65 4.58 +24.3 StealthGas Q GASS 17 4.70 2.90 58 4.05 187 4.18 3.95 +.04 -7.1 SteelCon Q STCN 2.90 1.46 32 2.08 163 2.10 1.90 +.17 -16.5 StlDynam Q STLD .75f 1.5 20 52.10 32.20 2003 49.97 7701 51.69 48.45 +.53 +15.9 SteelPtrs N SPLP .38p 8 20.70 16.65 0 17.25 15 17.33 16.77 -.16 -11.8 SteelPr pfA N SPLPpA 22.74 19.75 6 20.18 107 20.74 20.11 -.08 -4.6 Steelcse N SCS .51 3.5 16 17.85 12.50 347 14.55 1628 14.65 13.95 +.45 -4.3 SteinMart s Q SMRT .30 10.1 4.04 .48 751 2.96 3648 3.39 2.83 -.45 +155.2 StellrAcq n Q STLR 10.49 9.99 4 10.38 5 10.43 10.38 +.02 +1.7 StellAcq un Q STLRU 11.08 10.32 10.54 2 10.54 10.54 -.06 +.9 StellusCap N SCM 1.36 10.6 10 14.29 11.07 148 12.79 412 13.25 12.60 -.28 -2.7stStellCap22 N SCA 1.44 5.7 25.39 25.25 2 25.31 7 25.39 25.25 -.1 StemlineTh Q STML 20.20 7.30 261 19.65 835 19.85 19.15 +.50 +26.0 Stepan N SCL .82 1.1 18 92.97 68.09 130 73.37 593 73.85 71.26 +1.76 -7.1 Stericycle Q SRCL 84.60 56.64 554 64.06 2717 64.55 62.23 +.76 -5.8 Stericyc pf Q SRCLP 5.25 10.9 72.00 43.93 55 48.16 245 49.63 47.62 +.65 -9.1sSteris plc N STE 1.24 1.2 26 105.48 78.65 320 104.57 1385 105.48 102.53 +.88 +19.5 SterlingBc N STL .28 1.1 15 26.50 21.00 1609 24.80 6870 25.20 24.25 -.15 +.8 SterlBc pfA N STLpA 26.74 25.65 11 25.92 59 25.97 25.90 +.01 -1.5 SterlBcp n Q SBT .04 .3 14.98 12.00 68 13.90 622 14.73 13.47 +.13 +9.4 SterlCons Q STRL 22 18.90 9.42 113 12.91 793 13.01 12.47 +.36 -20.7sSMadden Q SHOO .80 24 54.00 37.25 490 53.05 1413 54.80 52.25 +.18 +13.6 Stewrdshp Q SSFN .12 1.0 15 12.75 8.50 4 11.95 18 12.25 11.70 -.30 +16.6 StewInfo N STC 1.20 2.8 29 47.37 34.48 245 42.98 1003 43.87 42.12 -.23 +1.6 StifelFin N SF .48f .8 19 68.76 42.04 345 59.43 1811 60.88 58.51 -1.16 -.2 Stifel pfA N SFpA 1.56 6.0 27.73 24.50 7 25.92 45 26.40 25.72 +.07 -4.3 Stif 47 ef N SFB 26.20 23.25 14 24.14 68 24.50 24.10 -.16 -3.2 StitchFix n Q SFIX 30.07 14.48 754 18.98 3430 20.47 18.60 -1.03 -26.5 StockYBc s Q SYBT .92 2.3 20 41.90 31.90 70 40.00 273 40.20 38.65 +.40 +6.1 StoneHEM N EDF 2.16 15.3 17.31 13.50 58 14.10 345 14.16 13.84 +.10 -11.4tStonHEmM N EDI 1.81 13.5 16.79 13.32 67 13.44 206 13.51 13.32 -.08 -13.7 StoneCastle Q BANX 1.52 6.9 17 22.75 19.80 4 22.17 20 22.34 21.60 +.31 +10.1 StoneMor N STON 1.32 22.1 9.62 4.61 70 5.98 239 6.24 5.85 -.14 -8.8 Stonerdg N SRI 22 32.18 14.16 296 31.89 1001 31.98 30.19 +.72 +39.5sStoreCap N STOR 1.24 4.7 22 27.23 20.08 1829 26.50 6026 27.23 26.26 +.09 +1.8 StrataS rs Q SSKN 2.96 1.06 1032 1.74 1276 1.75 1.45 +.13 +41.5 Stratasys Q SSYS 28.88 17.17 461 18.81 2588 19.32 18.30 -.19 -5.8 StratALL36 N GJT .29 1.4 21.00 19.20 20.92 3 21.00 20.74 +.18 +4.6 Strat D35 N GJP .74 3.2 23.69 21.80 22.95 1 22.96 22.90 -.09 StratGS33 N GJS .32 1.5 21.52 19.12 15 20.90 15 20.94 20.75 -.20 +3.2 StratNWS95 N GJV 1.75 6.9 26.72 25.05 1 25.46 8 26.50 25.33 -.61 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14 19.39 12.77 804 15.38 2626 15.52 15.13 +.02 +1.0 SummtH pfD N INNpD 1.61 6.5 27.58 23.50 40 24.60 47 24.71 24.06 +.24 -3.5 SumHP pfE N INNpE 26.25 22.82 46 23.69 48 23.70 23.30 +.19 -7.7 SumtMtls n N SUM .29t 26 34.06 26.00 2179 27.60 7286 28.81 27.32 -.44 -12.2 SummitMP N SMLP 2.30 14.2 24.75 13.10 127 16.25 724 16.65 15.65 +.35 -20.7 SmtStB s Q SSBI .48 3.0 23 16.00 11.65 2 15.95 9 16.00 15.55 -.02 +26.6 SumTher n Q SMMT 16.86 8.80 39 13.44 80 13.76 13.19 +.27 +21.3sSunCmts N SUI 2.84f 2.9 98 97.18 80.12 324 97.36 1801 97.55 93.44 +3.57 +4.9 SunHydrl Q SNHY .36 .7 42 70.83 40.82 148 50.40 655 51.19 49.60 -.10 -22.1 SunLfFn g N SLF 1.90f 44.50 32.37 257 41.45 2094 41.77 40.63 -.61 +.5sSunCokeE N SXC .99e 7 13.84 8.20 446 13.66 1578 13.95 12.77 +.58 +13.9tSunCokeEn N SXCP 1.60m 10.4 9 21.95 14.75 152 15.45 590 15.50 14.75 +.40 -11.5 Suncor g N SU 1.44 41.82 27.96 6060 40.48 16370 40.56 38.28 +1.59 +10.2 SundEng n Q SNDE 9.59 3.61 2 5.44 17 5.69 4.91 +.14 -8.5 SunesisP rs Q SNSS 7.69 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93.87 147 108.37 584 110.46 106.54 +.27 -20.3 Synopsys Q SNPS 45 94.80 71.94 777 89.46 3833 89.54 87.26 +1.14 +5.0 Synovs pfC N SNVpC 1.97 7.7 28.97 25.34 4 25.50 26 25.58 25.50 -.02 -2.4 SynovusFn N SNV 1.00f 1.8 19 55.40 40.27 854 54.70 4013 55.33 53.12 +.30 +14.1 Syntel Q SYNT 15.00e 15 32.11 15.88 294 31.67 1792 31.93 31.16 +.21 +37.8 Synthes rs Q SES 6.08 2.00 31 3.27 118 3.40 3.07 +.17 +15.1 SynthBiol A SYN 1.05 .19 414 .25 1205 .26 .25 -.00 -50.0 Sypris Q SYPR .08 4.9 1.90 1.25 33 1.64 143 1.76 1.60 -.05 +18.8 SyrosPhar n Q SYRS 24.38 6.30 142 12.62 731 13.40 12.19 -.55 +29.7sSysco N SYY 1.44 2.2 26 66.51 48.85 1586 65.41 8924 66.51 64.74 +.39 +7.7 Systemax N SYX .22 .7 32 34.91 16.35 80 33.32 253 33.48 32.46 +.23 +.2T -:T-MobileUS Q TMUS 22 68.50 54.60 3312 56.87 17156 57.15 55.23 +.28 -10.5 TAL Educ s N TAL 44.50 19.17 4101 42.84 16730 43.94 41.32 -.13 +44.2tTAT Tch h Q TATT .34e 4.3 18 12.25 7.75 3 7.93 11 8.21 7.75 -.32 -24.5 TC PpLn N TCP 2.60m 10.5 8 59.30 22.64 518 24.66 2107 24.76 22.79 +1.02 -53.6sTCF Fncl N TCF .60 2.3 17 26.77 14.58 1170 26.53 5953 26.78 25.74 +.12 +29.4tTCF deo pfC N TCFpD 26.06 23.99 102 24.04 445 24.38 23.92 -.16 -6.6 TCG BDC n Q CGBD 1.48a 8.2 12 20.30 16.76 57 18.10 222 18.27 17.94 +.02 -9.7 TCP Cap Q TCPC 1.44 9.7 11 17.16 13.72 146 14.77 751 14.85 14.65 -.01 -3.3 TCW Strat N TSI .21 3.8 6.16 5.34 96 5.41 217 5.45 5.41 -.03 -7.8 TD Ameritr Q AMTD .84 1.4 35 63.01 36.50 1791 60.13 8370 60.47 57.97 -.03 +17.6 TDH Hld n Q PETZ 31.75 3.17 16 4.22 94 4.29 3.97 +.11 -25.2 TE Connect N TEL 1.76f 1.9 27 108.23 77.15 1276 94.59 7756 94.86 92.04 +.47 -.5 TESSCO Q TESS .80 4.4 35 24.85 12.15 19 18.00 59 18.65 17.60 -.30 -10.7 TFS Fncl Q TFSL .68 4.2 54 16.17 14.32 223 16.05 1441 16.14 15.05 +.77 +7.4 TG Thera Q TGTX 17.35 7.25 851 13.45 2858 13.80 13.10 -.20 +64.0 THL Credit Q TCRD 1.08 13.8 8 10.25 7.70 97 7.84 380 7.90 7.74 +.07 -13.4 THL Crd21 N TCRX 26.31 25.07 2 25.71 35 25.74 25.59 +.21 +2.0 THLCred22 N TCRZ 1.69 6.6 26.98 25.40 25.75 0 25.76 25.75 +.09 -.7 THLCSenL N TSLF 1.32 7.6 18.21 16.30 22 17.35 101 17.48 17.22 -.08 +2.9 TIM Part N TSU .28e 1.5 23.12 13.97 1542 18.49 4869 18.54 17.40 +.17 -4.2sTJX N TJX 1.56f 1.7 21 90.85 66.44 3992 90.42 16365 91.24 87.58 +2.31 +18.3 TMSR Gl n Q TMSR 91 10.50 7.21 8.20 1 8.20 8.20 +.99 -17.7tTOP Shi rs Q TOPS 4230.00 .69 1454 .79 11179 1.10 .69 -.73 -68.5 TPG Pace n N TPGE 10.87 9.67 610 10.50 4052 10.61 10.23 +.22 +7.8 TPG RE n N TRTX 1.68f 8.2 25 20.70 18.22 79 20.48 458 20.54 20.23 +.07 +7.5 TPG SpLnd N TSLX 1.56 8.3 9 21.74 17.00 160 18.70 1189 19.16 18.56 -.40 -5.6 TPI Co n Q TPIC 28.14 16.17 238 25.85 1015 27.00 25.65 -.44 +26.3 TSR Inc Q TSRI 29 11.10 3.80 5 5.15 14 5.41 4.96 -.18 -1.0 TTEC Hl Q TTEC .54f 1.5 34 43.75 29.70 67 35.75 298 36.60 35.30 -.85 -11.2 TTM Tch Q TTMI 41 19.54 12.76 1331 17.87 5229 18.15 16.97 +.75 +14.0sTableauA N DATA 99.80 57.25 1023 98.53 3732 99.80 97.60 -.03 +42.4sTabula n Q TRHC 54.71 12.63 239 54.18 981 55.52 51.34 +1.95 +93.2sTactSys n Q TCMD 50.39 22.45 303 50.44 866 52.23 47.25 +1.92 +74.1 TahoeRes N TAHO .24 4.3 9.44 3.76 3850 5.52 11644 5.54 4.82 +.54 +15.2 TailorBr N TLRD .72 2.4 17 35.94 9.40 1721 30.38 4256 34.22 30.22 -3.84 +39.2 Taitron h Q TAIT .10 5.9 2.13 1.22 5 1.70 40 1.75 1.64 -.01 +1.2 Taiwan N TWN 22.25 18.95 1 20.95 46 20.99 20.51 -.01 +.4 TaiwSemi N TSM .73e 1.9 18 46.57 34.31 5631 39.20 29433 39.20 38.03 -.10 -1.1 TakeTwo Q TTWO 129.25 70.39 1483 114.59 7101 114.87 109.73 +2.57 +4.4 Takung n A TKAT 53 6.42 1.88 21 2.12 172 3.24 2.03 +.07 -15.5 Talend n Q TLND 59.74 32.00 150 57.17 684 58.23 55.95 -.29 +52.5 TallgEGP n N TEGP 1.95f 9.0 28.94 17.14 479 21.67 2078 21.99 20.69 +.84 -15.8 TallgrsEn N TEP 3.90f 8.9 12 52.84 34.37 324 43.65 1524 44.66 42.36 +1.09 -4.8 TalosEn rs N TALO 40.16 16.76 120 32.91 841 34.20 31.25 +.79 +2.3sTandmD rs Q TNDM 15.24 2.14 1809 14.43 10209 15.24 11.62 +.23 +511.4 TandyLthr Q TLF 11 9.05 6.79 1 7.35 13 7.70 7.30 -.35 -5.2 TangerFac N SKT 1.40f 6.5 11 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23.93 23.38 +.22 -5.3 TaylrDv Q TAYD 23 15.14 9.70 2 10.39 6 10.55 10.16 +.15 -22.6 TaylorMH N TMHC 14 28.42 19.68 711 21.79 2942 22.55 21.43 -.52 -11.0 Team N TISI 26.80 10.45 286 21.40 2044 21.55 20.80 +.25 +43.6 TechData h Q TECD 28 111.10 75.31 659 88.33 2783 92.92 80.22 +7.35 -9.8 TechComm Q TCCO 15.40 2.65 10 4.65 62 4.95 4.45 +.15 -59.4 Technip N FTI .13 18 35.00 24.53 4068 31.84 15590 32.33 30.52 +.61 +1.7sTechTarg Q TTGT 27.11 8.88 546 26.29 1934 27.11 25.54 +.54 +88.9 TeckRes g N TECK .16e 30.80 14.56 2233 27.50 10621 27.61 26.05 +.72 +5.1 Tecnoglass Q TGLS .56 6.2 21 10.00 5.50 10 8.99 61 9.20 8.61 -.08 +22.3 Tecogen Q TGEN 4.20 2.05 48 3.88 161 4.05 3.68 -.16 +43.7 Teekay N TK .22 2.7 10.90 5.14 710 8.10 3194 8.13 7.55 +.47 -13.1 TeekLNG N TGP .56 3.2 86 21.65 14.05 92 17.25 475 17.85 17.25 -.50 -14.4 TeekLN pfA N TGPpA 2.25 8.9 26.36 24.20 25 25.33 45 25.34 25.05 +.27 +.3 TeekOffsh N TOO .04m 1.4 92 3.50 1.65 541 2.76 1677 2.84 2.66 -.01 +16.9 TeekOf pfA N TOOpA 1.81 8.5 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1738 8.25 7.93 -.22 -5.3 TelItaliaA N TI/A .30e 4.1 9.60 6.27 20 7.23 555 7.39 6.98 -.16 +.3sTeledyne N TDY 32 204.67 123.29 157 205.60 688 207.03 196.17 +6.66 +13.5 Teleflex N TFX 1.36 .5 33 288.78 195.36 259 269.07 1386 269.95 260.52 +3.16 +8.1tTelefBrasil N VIV .64e 5.2 14 17.33 11.81 1175 12.14 4793 12.29 11.81 -.34 -18.1tTelefEsp N TEF 1.20e 13.5 11.58 8.68 1225 8.84 6754 8.93 8.68 -.21 -8.7 Telenav Q TNAV 8.75 4.50 47 5.40 225 5.45 5.20 -1.8 TelData N TDS .64 2.5 8 29.87 23.54 598 25.68 2306 26.04 25.21 +.10 -7.6 TelData45 N TDI 1.66 6.4 26.61 23.29 2 25.81 20 26.12 25.79 -.07 +1.0 TelData 61 N TDA 1.47 6.0 25.64 23.11 10 24.50 35 24.76 24.00 +.19 -1.6 TelData60 N TDJ 1.75 6.8 26.48 23.95 10 25.62 27 25.62 25.30 +.32 +1.3 TelData59 N TDE 1.72 6.8 26.21 24.26 2 25.12 15 25.19 24.87 +.11 -.8 Teligent Q TLGT 9.54 2.43 353 2.89 1742 2.99 2.72 +.12 -20.4 Tellurian rs Q TELL 13.74 6.45 1003 11.53 3278 11.94 10.68 +.81 +18.4 Telus gs N TU 2.10 38.50 32.94 241 35.14 1446 35.50 34.93 -.16 -7.2 TmpDrgn N TDF 4.00e 2.2 24.65 19.58 54 22.52 199 22.62 22.18 -.08 +4.7 TmpEMF N EMF 1.28e 2.0 18.00 14.58 60 15.47 264 15.50 15.12 -.12 -5.7 TmpEMI N TEI .80a 7.6 11.98 10.41 97 10.52 430 10.71 10.47 -.18 -5.8tTmpGlb N GIM .30 4.8 6.77 6.20 248 6.22 1148 6.27 6.20 -.02 -3.7 TempurSly N TPX 13 68.05 41.10 822 46.01 4016 48.64 45.63 -1.64 -26.6 Tenaris N TS .69e 1.9 40.64 25.91 1901 36.18 11120 37.62 35.78 -1.21 +13.6 TenaxTh rs Q TENX 15.80 4.41 28 6.10 120 6.35 5.79 +.08 -37.8sTenetHlth N THC 37.52 12.25 1608 35.23 9692 37.52 34.03 +.76 +132.4 Tengsco A TGC 1.19 .55 34 .70 111 .76 .65 +.01 -13.1sTennant N TNC .84 1.0 81.40 59.00 103 80.25 363 81.40 78.10 +1.26 +10.5 Tenneco N TEN 1.00 2.2 7 65.59 43.48 371 44.71 2230 46.40 43.62 -1.99 -23.6 TVA 28 N TVC .96 3.9 25.97 23.29 14 24.34 69 24.52 24.23 +.08 -3.0tTVA 29 N TVE .84 3.6 26.98 23.42 13 23.66 78 23.75 23.42 +.20 -5.4 Teradata N TDC 24 42.84 27.05 801 39.70 3565 40.43 38.28 +.93 +3.2 Teradyn N TER .36 .9 30 50.68 29.68 5614 39.31 15111 39.35 37.88 +.67 -6.1 Terex N TEX .40 1.0 35 50.17 32.86 915 39.97 4550 41.24 39.06 -.72 -17.1 Ternium N TX 1.10e 3.0 11 42.43 24.60 398 36.59 1819 37.45 34.75 -1.15 +15.8 TerraNitro N TNH 5.15e 6.1 10 89.60 75.20 83.96 +5.2 TerrFmP lf Q TERP 2.13e 19.4 14.20 9.55 475 11.00 3804 11.41 10.85 +.23 -8.0 TerrenoRlt N TRNO .88 2.3 34 39.27 31.56 440 38.43 1406 38.60 37.39 +.58 +9.6 TerritBcp Q TBNK .80 2.6 16 33.00 28.12 18 30.53 88 30.70 30.03 +.20 -1.1tTesaro Q TSRO 168.92 42.81 2746 46.89 13007 52.86 42.81 -4.87 -43.4 Tesla Inc Q TSLA 389.61 244.59 5417 291.82 24661 295.01 276.15 +12.97 -6.3sTetraTc Q TTEK .48f .9 23 55.55 39.95 210 55.70 1243 56.00 53.05 +1.85 +15.7 TetraTech N TTI 4.85 1.85 610 4.20 2766 4.45 4.14 -.06 -1.6 Tetraphase Q TTPH 8.75 2.05 298 3.74 1316 3.81 3.63 +.01 -40.6 TeucrCorn N CORN 20.05 16.53 91 17.94 496 18.42 17.88 -.51 +7.0 TeucrSug N CANE 10.50 7.30 59 7.92 207 8.10 7.85 -.03 -19.0 TeucrWht N WEAT 8.43 5.80 75 6.86 1041 7.09 6.77 -.20 +14.3 TeucrSoyb N SOYB 19.64 17.27 40 18.80 132 18.91 18.55 -.08 +5.1 TevaPhrm N TEVA .73e 3.4 6 33.82 10.85 17940 21.89 49322 22.14 21.18 -.29 +15.5 TexCapB 42 Q TCBIL 1.63 6.3 25.89 25.00 0 25.69 5 25.74 25.65 +.09 +1.6 TexCapB pf Q TCBIP 1.63 6.4 26.09 25.00 12 25.23 60 25.60 25.17 +.11 -1.3 TxCapBsh Q TCBI 24 103.05 69.65 407 97.70 1715 98.90 95.65 -.55 +9.9 TexInst Q TXN 2.48 2.2 29 120.75 75.92 4725 114.80 19010 114.80 110.01 +3.24 +9.9sTexPacLd N TPL .29f 707.99 282.20 16 716.04 59 716.78 672.00 +31.84 +60.3 TexRdhse Q TXRH 1.00 1.6 28 64.96 44.29 622 62.01 2621 63.08 59.81 +1.25 +17.7 Textainer N TGH .96 5.7 26.50 11.00 92 16.90 483 17.85 16.78 -.70 -21.4sTextron N TXT .08 .1 43 67.43 45.00 1271 67.20 4911 67.66 65.59 +.64 +18.7 The9Ltd rs Q NCTY 5.04 .95 138 1.07 393 1.20 1.05 -.11 -44.3 TherapMD Q TXMD 7.01 3.50 3991 5.85 33079 6.82 5.67 -.55 -3.1 TherpxBio n Q TRPX 7.69 3.84 7 4.48 29 4.54 4.14 +.20 -16.1 TheravBio Q TBPH 43.44 21.27 243 24.47 936 25.24 23.45 +.77 -12.3 ThermoFis N TMO .68 .3 26 226.44 170.07 829 211.83 5879 212.65 207.10 -1.82 +11.6 Thermon N THR 47 26.50 15.74 74 23.23 430 23.89 22.02 +1.07 -1.9 TheStreet Q TST .10 5.6 3 2.03 .75 37 1.77 326 1.85 1.75 -.03 +22.1 ThirdPtRe N TPRE 11 17.10 12.75 527 13.55 2624 13.60 13.00 +.30 -7.5 1347PrpIns Q PIH 50 8.50 6.55 5 7.95 67 7.95 7.50 +.30 +9.7 1347PrIn pf Q PIHPP 28.00 24.15 25.70 5 26.37 25.60 +.46 +5.3 ThomsonR N TRI 1.38 3.5 16 48.61 36.52 823 39.10 4130 39.33 37.92 +.44 -10.3tThor Inds N THO 1.48 1.6 12 161.48 89.89 1496 93.00 5757 98.22 89.89 -1.92 -38.3 3D Sys N DDD 50 22.57 7.92 1396 12.45 5222 12.89 11.79 +.43 +44.1 3M Co N MMM 5.44f 2.7 30 259.77 191.44 1824 199.59 11873 200.42 195.10 +.56 -15.2 TiGenix n Q TIG 48.00 16.70 0 37.10 1 40.69 37.10 -3.82 +62.0 TiberAcq n Q TIBR 9.74 9.55 1 9.62 53 9.65 9.58 +.03 +.5sTiberAc un Q TIBRU 10.18 10.00 10.12 357 10.18 10.10 +.03 +1.0 Tidwtr N TDW 1.00 3.4 35.98 .71 211 29.56 1004 29.86 28.52 +.28 +21.1sTierREIT n N TIER .72 3.3 22.15 16.41 216 22.11 807 22.23 21.41 +.50 +8.4sTiffany N TIF 2.20f 1.7 39 132.03 86.15 1567 132.43 7556 132.68 126.59 +3.22 +27.4 TileShop Q TTS .20 32 22.05 5.15 413 7.30 1840 7.43 7.10 -.05 -24.0 Tillys N TLYS 33 16.57 8.42 211 13.92 1716 14.45 11.66 +2.16 -5.7sTmbrlndBc Q TSBK .52a 1.6 17 34.58 21.64 14 33.10 73 34.58 32.40 +.21 +24.7 TimeWarn N TWX 1.61 1.7 16 103.90 85.88 3316 93.89 22948 94.20 92.99 -.28 +2.6 Timken N TKR 1.12f 2.4 19 55.65 41.85 830 47.55 4373 50.55 46.90 -1.20 -3.3 TimknSteel N TMST 20.24 12.54 174 17.86 928 18.30 16.75 +.77 +17.6 Tintri n Q TNTR 7.75 .34 1026 .43 24043 .71 .36 +.08 -91.6 Tiptree Q TIPT .14f 2.1 20 7.24 5.35 82 6.70 301 6.75 6.55 -.05 +12.6 Titan Intl N TWI .02 .2 14.53 7.97 255 11.59 888 11.98 11.40 -.24 -10.0 TitanMach Q TITN 25.09 11.68 717 17.21 2142 21.14 17.06 -3.79 -18.7 TitanPh rs Q TTNP 2.85 .60 91 .93 392 .96 .80 +.10 -29.8 TivityHlth Q TVTY 21 48.50 29.95 1859 33.90 5273 38.30 33.65 -4.60 -7.3 Tivo Cp Q TIVO .72 5.1 20.18 12.25 875 14.10 3388 14.70 13.90 -9.6 Tocagen n Q TOCA 17.25 8.60 58 9.39 330 9.80 9.07 +.14 -8.4 TollBros N TOL .44f 1.1 12 52.73 36.55 1454 39.53 10979 41.33 39.19 -1.24 -17.7 Tompkins A TMP 1.92 2.2 25 90.50 71.27 42 85.69 189 86.13 83.38 +.17 +5.3 TonixPh rs Q TNXP 4.99 2.70 72 3.35 245 3.43 3.05 +.26 -2.9 TootsieR N TR .36b 1.2 26 37.48 27.45 77 29.10 475 29.30 28.30 +.50 -17.7 TopImage Q TISA 1.75 .95 22 1.03 158 1.07 1.00 -.04 -9.6 TopBuild n N BLD 36 85.90 51.64 260 83.74 1196 85.80 83.41 -1.13 +10.6 Torchlght Q TRCH 1.81 .95 137 1.25 600 1.28 1.19 +.01 -6.7 Torchmark N TMK .64 .7 7 93.60 74.48 494 85.78 2651 86.63 82.59 +.07 -5.4 Trchmk pfC N TMKpC 27.68 25.44 23 26.33 63 26.73 26.05 +.30 -1.6 Toro Co s N TTC .80f 1.4 23 73.86 56.60 823 59.02 2824 61.48 58.00 -1.79 -9.5 TorDBk gs N TD 2.68 75.46 47.45 1226 57.92 6277 58.94 57.67 -1.04 -1.1 MonTNAPpl N TPYP .45p 24.31 20.22 11 22.94 941 23.12 22.42 +.46 -1.8 TortWat n N TBLU 30.84 25.61 1 28.65 3 29.53 28.60 -.31 -3.9 TortEnInd N NDP 1.75 14.1 15.44 10.70 67 12.40 334 12.57 11.96 +.28 -6.6 TortEnInf N TYG 2.62 9.1 32.40 24.24 116 28.84 766 29.07 27.35 +.88 -.8 TortMLP N NTG 1.69 9.2 21.09 14.91 243 18.44 819 18.61 17.71 +.49 +5.0 TortPplE N TTP 1.63m 9.4 20.37 15.55 15 17.37 143 17.53 16.68 +.58 -7.6 TortPw&E N TPZ 1.65 8.7 22.55 17.51 18 19.05 71 19.11 18.64 +.34 -7.5 Total SA N TOT 2.71e 4.4 64.59 48.15 1220 61.30 9818 61.69 58.38 +2.03 +10.9 TotalSys N TSS .52f .6 22 90.74 57.53 763 86.24 4284 86.74 84.34 +.12 +9.0 TowerIntl N TOWR .48 1.6 14 33.65 21.00 89 30.25 285 30.30 28.45 +1.10 -1.0 TowerSemi Q TSEM 14 36.69 22.10 360 26.24 1535 26.34 25.23 +.81 -23.0 TownSprts Q CLUB 11.95 3.80 178 11.50 813 11.60 10.45 +.78 +107.2 TowneBank Q TOWN .64f 2.0 35.30 27.85 231 32.05 928 32.28 31.44 +.20 +4.2tTownsqMda N TSQ .30 4.9 8 11.63 6.03 63 6.15 256 6.63 6.03 -.21 -19.9 Toyota N TM 140.99 103.62 226 131.31 1162 131.87 126.36 +1.35 +3.3 TraconPh n Q TCON 3.95 2.00 106 2.68 416 2.80 2.65 -.03 -20.1 TractSupp Q TSCO 1.24f 1.7 22 82.68 49.87 1607 75.13 6666 75.50 72.72 +1.79 +.5sTradDsk A n Q TTD 87.80 40.70 3126 86.64 5701 91.37 81.82 +4.08 +89.5 TrnWEnt Q TWMC 3 3.10 .95 48 1.10 68 1.20 1.00 -.05 -39.7 TransAct Q TACT .36 3.3 28 15.80 8.15 10 10.90 54 10.95 10.50 +.15 -17.7 TrCda g N TRP 2.76 6.7 16 51.85 39.16 1204 41.48 10860 42.11 41.18 -.15 -14.7 TransEntx A TRXC 5.00 .46 10288 3.75 39792 3.95 3.25 +.62 +94.3sTransUn n N TRU .07p 28 69.74 41.07 1567 69.05 5514 69.74 67.69 +.70 +25.6 Trnsalta g N TAC .23 6.60 5.00 22 5.10 76 5.25 5.08 +.01 -14.3 TrnsatlPet A TAT 2.18 .58 106 1.65 500 1.73 1.61 -.05 +18.7sTranscat Q TRNS 28 18.80 11.80 16 18.75 127 18.80 17.48 +.75 +31.6 TrnsRty N TCI .20p 52.00 20.37 4 34.49 15 36.83 34.27 -1.52 +10.1sTransDigm N TDG 24.00 23 338.99 249.57 242 338.43 1619 339.80 331.13 +4.33 +23.2 TransGlb Q TGA .20 8.1 2.84 1.07 416 2.47 1552 2.58 2.13 +.20 +71.6 TrnsMont N TLP 2.48f 6.3 16 47.45 33.98 19 39.52 58 39.72 37.20 +1.54 +.2 Transocn N RIG 14.16 7.20 15654 12.86 56662 13.09 11.90 +.60 +20.4 TrGasSur N TGS 24.22 14.10 185 16.80 1178 17.55 16.31 -.92 -24.4 TravelCtrs Q TA 5.85 2.95 396 3.38 1025 3.45 3.10 +.28 -17.7 TravCtrs 28 Q TANNI 2.06 8.6 25.48 18.63 4 23.98 23 24.00 23.46 +.46 -5.0 TravelC 29 Q TANNL 2.00 8.5 25.27 17.09 8 23.65 26 24.00 23.14 +.40 -6.2 Travelct 30 Q TANNZ 2.00 8.4 25.55 17.00 3 23.85 12 24.25 23.00 +.50 -4.5 Travelers N TRV 3.08f 2.4 17 150.55 113.76 1001 129.29 5941 130.72 127.51 -1.74 -4.7 Travelport N TVPT .30 1.7 18.06 12.10 857 17.89 3680 17.93 17.27 +.33 +36.9sTravelzoo Q TZOO 65 17.69 5.75 109 17.50 430 17.70 15.65 +1.10 +171.3 TrecoraRs N TREC 19 14.40 10.25 55 14.00 192 14.10 13.40 +.50 +3.7sTredgar N TG .44 1.8 32 24.70 14.65 158 24.05 585 24.70 23.20 +.70 +25.3 TreeHseF N THS 16 85.99 36.35 727 48.61 2669 48.91 46.58 +1.40 -1.7 TrmntMtg n Q TRMT 17.94 11.10 26 12.25 70 12.34 11.10 +.95 -16.6 Trevena Q TRVN 3.10 1.34 1501 1.80 3700 1.93 1.74 +.06 +12.5 Trex N TREX 33 125.93 64.66 144 117.87 604 120.64 116.26 +.46 +8.7 TriPointe N TPH 14 19.55 12.11 1166 17.29 4577 17.86 17.26 -.37 -3.5 TriContl N TY 1.02e 3.8 28.32 22.63 139 27.15 378 27.23 26.75 +.10 +.8 TriCntl pf N TYp 2.50 5.0 52.95 48.56 50.50 2 50.50 50.47 +.50 +.2 TrianglCap N TCAP 1.20 10.6 18.04 8.91 330 11.30 1495 11.35 11.22 -.03 +19.1 Triangle 22 N TCCA 1.59 6.4 25.87 24.09 8 25.00 26 25.39 24.92 +.08 -.5 TriangC 22 N TCCB 1.59 6.4 25.94 23.99 1 25.03 37 25.40 24.99 +.08 -.7 TribMda A N TRCO 1.00 2.8 12 43.71 34.81 976 35.99 3007 36.42 35.28 -.13 -15.3 TriCoBsh Q TCBK .68 1.7 23 43.80 33.36 78 39.57 292 39.70 38.47 +.33 +4.5stTridntAcq un Q TDACU 10.09 10.01 207 10.09 1669 10.09 10.01 +.6 TrilliumTh Q TRIL 13.30 4.15 88 5.48 321 6.05 5.40 -.63 -24.5 TrilogyMtl A TMQ 1.64 .58 77 1.28 441 1.38 1.26 -.02 +17.4 TriMas h Q TRS 21 29.40 20.05 125 29.20 645 29.40 28.30 +.50 +9.2 Trimble Q TRMB 48 45.70 32.01 1719 34.41 7399 35.08 32.96 -.27 -15.3 TrimShrk n N TTAC 36.76 29.09 14 36.45 62 36.48 35.55 +.55 +8.1 TrimAllC n N TTAI 29.03 24.67 1 27.60 7 27.60 27.15 +.17 +1.5sTriNetGrp N TNET 36 54.61 30.21 241 54.90 1283 55.03 52.64 +1.93 +23.8 TrinityBio Q TRIB .88 18.6 5 6.54 4.22 13 4.74 127 4.77 4.56 +.09 -7.1 Trinity N TRN .52 1.5 8 38.25 25.28 2991 34.23 10583 35.41 33.92 -1.00 -8.6stTrinMrg n Q TMCX 1496 9.76 1496 9.78 9.75 sTrinMrg un Q TMCXU 10.19 10.00 229 10.14 5288 10.19 10.02 +.10 +1.3 TrinityPlce A TPHS 7.59 5.86 25 6.96 108 7.45 6.76 -.39 +.1 Trinseo SA N TSE 1.44 1.9 9 85.35 57.70 217 74.50 1271 74.80 72.20 -.70 +2.6 TrioTch A TRT 14 8.47 4.05 7 4.64 41 4.83 4.43 +.09 -33.8sTripAdvis Q TRIP 52.18 29.50 7629 55.21 17301 55.35 49.02 +5.73 +60.2 TriplePtV N TPVG 1.44 11.5 7 14.19 11.12 85 12.54 516 13.14 12.30 -.20 -1.2 TripPt22 n N TPVY 26.99 24.77 3 25.39 7 25.58 25.20 +.04 -1.9sTriple-S N GTS 33 37.54 15.05 107 36.70 483 37.54 36.35 -.28 +47.7 TriStCap Q TSC 18 27.25 20.30 189 25.70 856 26.45 25.15 +.20 +11.7 TriStCap pf Q TSCAP 1.69 6.4 26.86 25.75 4 26.31 18 26.45 26.20 -.09 +1.5 TritonInt n N TRTN 2.08f 5.9 43.85 27.76 275 35.32 1421 37.07 34.76 -.12 -5.7 TriumphBc Q TBK 23 44.05 22.60 268 41.85 830 42.30 39.20 +1.60 +32.9tTriumphGp N TGI .16 .7 4 34.80 21.00 735 21.40 3883 22.63 21.00 -1.11 -21.3 Trivago n Q TRVG 24.27 4.25 1549 5.30 3136 5.32 4.58 +.50 -22.5 Tronc Q TRNC 24.74 10.84 141 16.19 540 16.81 13.86 -.14 -8.0 Tronox N TROX .18 1.0 57 28.40 12.88 1104 18.19 3608 18.64 17.96 -.07 -11.3tTrovagne h Q TROV 1.63 .24 2768 .22 4786 .26 .21 -.03 -27.6 TrueBlue N TBI 16 29.50 19.30 227 26.65 981 26.78 25.50 +.95 -3.1 TrueCar Q TRUE 21.75 8.75 1680 9.85 7747 10.04 9.33 +.23 -12.1 TruettHrst Q THST 2.50 1.32 2 1.43 80 1.48 1.33 +.06 -30.9 Trupanion Q TRUP 37.13 18.80 328 32.47 1476 33.43 31.04 +.82 +10.9 TrstNY Q TRST .26 3.0 17 9.70 7.25 370 8.80 1336 8.85 8.60 +.02 -4.3 Trustmk Q TRMK .92 2.8 18 35.09 28.16 172 32.52 1077 32.90 31.73 +.20 +2.1 Tsakos N TNP .20 5.6 5.27 3.11 217 3.58 668 3.71 3.44 +.03 -8.4 TsakE pfB N TNPpB 2.00 8.0 26.08 24.80 1 25.11 5 25.15 25.04 +.07 -.7 Tsakos pfC N TNPpC 2.22 8.8 26.29 25.00 4 25.25 6 25.25 25.14 -1.0 Tsakos pfD N TNPpD 2.19 8.9 26.65 24.04 7 24.70 16 24.95 24.60 -.10 -.2 TsaksE p E N TNPpE 25.89 24.58 15 25.11 69 25.15 24.99 -.03 -.4sT2 Biosys Q TTOO 9.05 2.50 2844 8.19 11608 9.05 7.32 -.68 +98.8 Tucows grs Q TCX 49 71.75 49.70 82 63.45 253 63.80 61.35 +1.30 -9.4 TuesMrn Q TUES 4.10 1.60 295 2.85 1593 2.85 2.50 +.25 +3.6 Tuniu Q TOUR 9.88 5.81 161 6.70 711 6.83 6.47 -12.6 Tuppwre N TUP 2.72 6.5 73.61 40.78 617 41.65 2343 45.35 41.52 -3.32 -33.6tTurkcell N TKC 11.29 6.61 2991 6.44 10308 7.23 6.36 -.36 -36.9sTurnPtBr n N TPB .16 .6 27.31 14.45 72 27.23 300 28.11 25.42 +1.11 +28.9 TurqHillRs N TRQ 26 3.59 2.44 2268 2.84 6686 2.85 2.70 +.04 -17.2 TurtleBc rs Q HEAR 20.36 1.64 2893 18.84 6466 19.30 16.02 +1.82 +939.7 TutorPerini N TPC 10 29.90 18.90 369 19.90 2401 20.80 19.65 -.65 -21.5 21stCFoxA Q FOXA .36 .9 18 39.46 24.81 10365 38.56 40745 39.12 38.24 -.46 +11.7 21stCFoxB Q FOX .36 .9 16 38.92 24.30 2544 38.27 9597 38.84 37.91 -.25 +12.2 21Vianet Q VNET 32 9.59 4.17 579 8.21 2287 8.50 7.70 +.33 +2.9 22ndCentry A XXII 4.44 1.33 1905 2.23 5032 2.23 2.04 +.14 -20.4sTwilio n N TWLO 56.66 23.25 3091 57.48 7379 57.71 52.85 +4.23 +143.6 TwinDisc lf Q TWIN .36 1.3 31.95 14.96 17 28.06 133 29.56 27.55 -.79 +5.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 18 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, June 2, 2018

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Twitter N TWTR 36.80 15.67 29504 36.65 82922 36.69 33.35 +3.02 +52.6 TwoHrb pfA N TWOpA 2.03 7.7 28.17 25.38 4 26.45 18 26.45 26.09 +.01 -3.0 TwoHrb pfB N TWOpB 1.91 7.5 27.06 24.54 14 25.60 38 25.60 25.25 +.22 -2.5 TwoHrbI rs N TWO 1.88 12.0 6 17.26 13.85 1015 15.61 7191 15.78 15.42 +.15 -4.0 TwoHrIn pfC N TWOpC 25.38 23.26 16 24.45 293 24.49 24.13 +.22 -2.5 TwoRvrBc Q TRCB .18 1.0 21 20.75 15.71 18 17.70 69 17.98 17.25 +.47 -2.4 2U Q TWOU 98.58 41.79 621 96.30 2571 97.32 90.50 +4.98 +49.3sTylerTech N TYL 54 232.48 160.12 138 231.68 716 232.65 226.03 +3.69 +30.9 TymeTch n Q TYME 9.50 2.01 140 3.30 890 3.87 3.22 -.31 -48.3 Tyson N TSN 1.20 1.8 13 84.65 57.70 2092 68.09 10997 71.27 67.20 -1.20 -16.0U -:US AutoPts Q PRTS 3 3.37 1.45 94 1.69 430 1.74 1.65 -32.9 US Concrte Q USCR 86.35 53.30 374 60.55 1374 62.15 58.25 +1.85 -27.6 US Gld rs Q USAU .21e 3.84 1.05 54 1.36 282 1.45 1.30 -.09 -16.6 UBS 3xLCr N WTIU 41.02 9.44 21 29.66 84 33.70 29.66 -3.16 +26.0 UBS 3xInvC N WTID 49.24 7.31 37 9.85 121 9.85 8.72 +.83 -35.6 VelDlyIn n N EXIV 61.00 26.21 11 34.48 85 34.94 28.30 -1.19 -28.8 VelLngVS n N EVIX 23.61 9.60 4 10.40 8 12.00 10.35 -.25 -13.3 UBS FILCG N FBGX 264.15 161.21 3 255.86 10 258.00 245.85 +3.42 +12.6 UBS2xSPDiv N SDYL 3.40e 4.3 91.38 59.18 0 79.89 1 80.40 79.12 -.03 -6.5tUBS Grp N UBS .69e 4.4 20.89 15.03 3687 15.62 15346 15.69 15.03 -.26 -15.1 UDR N UDR 1.29f 3.5 23 40.71 32.88 1670 36.77 6813 36.96 35.37 +1.24 -4.5 UFP Tch Q UFPT 27 34.00 25.88 9 31.10 40 31.60 30.10 +.10 +11.9 UGI Corp N UGI 1.04f 2.1 11 51.92 42.51 636 50.44 4169 51.48 49.59 +.55 +7.4 UMB Fn Q UMBF 1.16 1.5 21 80.60 62.27 131 77.62 807 78.38 75.99 -.19 +7.9 UMH Prop N UMH .72 5.0 28 17.85 11.38 303 14.45 1936 15.33 14.20 -.50 -3.0 UMH pfB N UMHpB 2.00 7.7 28.16 25.92 4 26.12 6 26.33 26.05 +.01 -4.4 UMH pfC N UMHpC 1.69 6.7 28.46 24.56 25.31 2 25.37 25.00 +.31 -6.8 UQM Tech A UQM 1.79 .71 183 1.01 538 1.12 1.00 -.11 -27.3sUSEcology Q ECOL .72 1.2 40 61.65 44.50 95 61.30 382 61.70 58.75 +2.05 +20.2sUS FdsHl n N USFD 24 36.30 25.43 2074 36.45 6437 36.63 35.16 +.68 +14.2 USGlobInv Q GROW .03 1.3 7.49 1.25 35 2.35 188 2.45 2.26 +.02 -39.7sUSPhysTh N USPH .92 1.0 53 97.15 56.50 43 94.15 199 97.15 93.02 +30.4 US Silica N SLCA .25 .8 39 38.70 23.75 2053 30.21 6782 32.43 29.81 -.72 -7.2 USA Cmp N USAC 2.10 11.3 19.33 14.30 449 18.51 859 18.72 17.76 +.53 +11.9sUSA Tech h Q USAT 14.00 4.50 726 13.35 3570 14.00 13.23 -.15 +36.9 USA Trk Q USAK 29.15 6.06 81 23.58 318 23.90 22.85 +.32 +30.1 Usaa USA Vl N ULVM 55.24 48.81 5 52.27 17 52.46 51.70 -.05 +.5sUsaa SCVal N USVM 54.36 47.00 3 54.11 13 54.36 53.32 +.55 +6.7 USAA IntlVl N UIVM 55.54 49.30 4 50.50 12 50.96 50.10 -.97 -1.8 Usaa EMVl N UEVM 56.13 48.97 6 50.32 14 50.37 49.64 -2.0 Usaa STrBd N USTB 54.88 49.34 5 49.56 14 49.63 49.55 +.04 -1.0 Usaa IntBd N UITB 50.30 48.09 2 48.55 13 48.84 48.55 +.05 -3.3 USANA s N USNA 29 121.15 52.80 245 114.95 1554 117.85 112.40 +2.35 +55.2 USCF Oil n N USOU 75.96 22.66 13 54.55 47 62.34 54.55 -6.08 +26.9 USCF ShOil N USOD 26.29 5.50 38 7.34 177 7.34 6.54 +.56 -35.2 USCF shpei N BUY 27.04 23.45 0 26.99 1 26.99 26.75 +.14 +6.6 USD Ptrs N USDP 1.41f 12.7 13.45 9.00 25 11.10 67 11.25 10.82 -1.3 USG N USG 23 42.14 25.60 1089 41.41 3034 41.96 40.68 +.17 +7.4 UTStarcm Q UTSI 17 6.51 1.97 32 4.58 206 4.69 4.44 -.14 -18.7 Ubiquiti Q UBNT .17 .2 23 85.77 46.96 181 84.21 1175 84.40 80.76 +2.49 +18.6 UltaBeauty Q ULTA 25 314.86 187.96 3980 245.15 8415 256.89 234.81 -5.90 +9.6 UltimSoft Q ULTI 268.15 181.59 146 265.94 905 267.50 261.37 +.47 +21.9 UltraClean Q UCTT 8 34.59 15.36 890 18.67 4084 18.70 17.23 +1.23 -19.1tUltPetro n Q UPL 12.39 1.54 4910 1.79 24367 1.87 1.54 +.08 -80.2sUltragenyx Q RARE 73.63 41.67 515 73.73 3256 74.94 66.45 +6.42 +59.0 Ultralife Q ULBI 28 10.95 5.80 19 10.20 113 10.45 9.30 +.75 +55.7tUltrapar N UGP .55e 4.0 26.48 12.87 1176 13.66 3751 13.79 12.87 +.33 -39.9 Umpqua Q UMPQ .80f 3.4 23 24.73 16.76 1170 23.87 5336 24.01 23.10 +.08 +14.8 UndrArm s N UAA 37 23.46 11.40 4464 21.36 25221 21.81 20.44 +.51 +48.0 UnAr C wi N UA 21.81 10.36 2977 19.33 13259 19.54 18.31 +.45 +45.1 UniQure Q QURE 35.75 4.90 163 35.29 1219 35.40 33.15 +.88 +80.1 UnicoA Q UNAM 11.30 7.17 2 8.15 5 8.20 7.75 +.40 -4.7 Unifi N UFI 15 39.21 27.98 167 32.28 366 32.29 31.40 +.37 -10.0sUniFirst N UNF .15 .1 25 179.10 135.95 63 179.65 207 180.00 174.10 +4.45 +8.9 UnilevNV N UN 1.43e 2.6 61.62 51.56 3150 55.92 7157 56.73 55.45 -.27 -.7 Unilever N UL 1.48e 2.7 60.13 50.74 631 55.37 3051 56.17 54.99 -.28 +.1 UnionAc un N LTN/U 10.30 10.00 10.30 1 10.30 10.29 +.05 +2.6sUnionBkVA Q UBSH 1.20 2.9 23 41.80 30.45 286 41.44 1453 42.00 40.25 +.31 +14.6 UnionBkVT Q UNB 1.20 2.3 25 55.00 39.65 5 52.00 13 52.00 49.67 +1.45 -1.8sUnionPac N UNP 2.92 2.0 11 147.07 101.06 4494 146.92 18184 148.03 142.44 +2.59 +9.6 UniqueF n A UFAB .60 6.5 11 10.55 7.05 14 9.19 43 9.34 8.86 +.02 +23.9 Unisys N UIS 13.90 6.90 425 12.35 2174 12.75 11.80 +.40 +51.5 Unit N UNT 11 26.82 15.29 339 21.12 1370 22.56 20.37 +.19 -4.0 UnBnOH Q UBCP .52 3.9 19 14.00 11.33 2 13.25 6 13.90 13.20 +.10 UtdBOH Q UBOH .48 2.1 12 23.50 20.35 1 22.45 8 22.65 22.10 +.42 +1.1 UBSI Q UBSI 1.36 3.7 22 41.45 31.70 421 37.00 2083 37.30 36.15 +.05 +6.5 UtdCmtyBc Q UCBA .40 1.5 27.40 18.20 12 27.30 24 27.30 26.75 +.30 +32.8 UtdCmBks Q UCBI .60f 1.8 21 33.82 24.47 467 32.78 2026 33.23 31.94 -.26 +16.5 UCmntyFn Q UCFC .24 2.3 19 10.70 7.81 144 10.57 1133 10.68 10.40 +.08 +15.8 UtdContl N UAL 10 82.34 56.51 2316 69.25 12368 71.52 68.99 -2.43 +2.7 UtdFnBcp Q UBNK .48 2.7 16 19.35 15.47 122 17.63 519 17.70 17.28 +.06 -.1 UtdFire Q UFCS 1.24f 2.3 34 54.51 38.95 62 54.06 245 54.45 52.51 +1.02 +18.6 UtdInsur Q UIHC .24 1.2 21.45 13.60 89 20.36 454 21.32 20.28 -.50 +18.0sUtdMicro N UMC .09e 3.2 2.80 1.96 271 2.77 1768 2.80 2.70 +.07 +15.9 UtdNtrlF Q UNFI 16 52.69 29.53 492 46.34 2182 46.90 44.34 +.99 -5.9 UPS B N UPS 3.64 3.1 20 135.53 101.45 2238 117.25 14341 117.29 113.01 +1.76 -1.6 UtdRentals N URI 9 190.74 100.62 1154 163.27 4222 165.42 159.08 +1.33 -5.0 USecBcCA Q UBFO .36 3.3 24 11.65 8.45 8 10.85 49 11.00 10.70 -.15 -1.4 USNatGas N UNL 10.28 8.54 0 9.53 33 9.60 9.35 -.03 +3.8 US12MoOil N USL 25.74 15.45 18 23.55 202 24.26 23.55 -.58 +12.6 USAntimny A UAMY .46 .20 44 .31 121 .31 .29 +.01 -4.7tUS Bancrp N USB 1.20 2.4 14 58.50 48.49 10247 50.76 45720 51.12 48.49 +.22 -5.3sUS Bcp pfA N USBpA 35.49e 3.8 932.27 873.48 932.27 1 932.27 932.27 +7.27 +5.0 US Bcp pfH N USBpH .89e 3.9 24.55 21.61 49 22.97 152 23.03 22.60 +.31 +1.7 US Bcp pfM N USBpM 1.63 5.8 30.27 27.24 82 28.11 218 28.16 27.82 +.17 -.4 US Bcp pfO N USBpO 1.29 5.0 26.50 23.95 15 25.58 113 25.58 25.17 +.35 +1.2 US Brent N BNO 22.42 11.88 346 21.33 1458 22.06 20.82 +.05 +17.8 US Cellular N USM 47 41.82 32.06 90 35.90 461 36.60 35.39 -.10 -4.6 US Cellu60 N UZA 1.74 6.8 26.26 23.80 54 25.62 119 25.64 25.32 +.21 +1.5 US Cellu 63 N UZB 1.81 7.1 26.95 24.46 19 25.57 75 26.07 25.52 +.05 -.6 US Cell64 N UZC 1.81 7.1 27.50 24.55 17 25.49 77 26.22 25.36 -.20 -1.7 USCmdtyFd N USCI 45.44 36.98 36 44.76 341 45.16 44.44 +.13 +5.2 USDslHtOil N UHN 21.76 12.90 8 20.64 16 21.11 18.99 -.30 +6.7 US Engy rs Q USEG 1.96 .60 48 1.27 137 1.38 1.26 -.09 -15.3 US GasFd N UGA 36.45 22.30 13 34.14 54 35.10 33.92 -.46 +7.2 USCoppFd N CPER 21.26 16.00 15 19.65 37 19.65 19.33 -.04 -6.7sUSAgriFd N USAG 18.00 15.87 17.75 5 18.00 17.60 -.07 +7.5 USLime Q USLM .54 .7 24 101.40 70.56 5 82.19 26 82.19 78.20 +3.46 +6.6 US NGas rs N UNG 27.92 20.40 2712 24.03 12845 24.13 23.16 +.06 US OilFd N USO 14.74 8.65 22943 13.25 97618 13.85 13.25 -.43 +10.3 US ShrtOil N DNO 81.00 45.69 4 50.31 30 50.31 48.56 +1.27 -11.4 USSteel N X .20 .5 22 47.64 19.75 10740 37.69 41391 39.23 35.06 +2.30 +7.1 UtdTech N UTX 2.80 2.2 22 139.24 109.10 2680 125.81 11957 126.65 124.23 -1.22 -1.4 UtdTherap Q UTHR 6 152.55 100.57 349 106.99 1628 108.72 102.70 +3.39 -27.7 UtdGrdian Q UG 1.50e 8.4 27 21.33 14.15 16 17.95 48 20.00 17.55 -1.50 -3.0 UtdhlthGp N UNH 3.00 1.2 23 250.79 176.42 2369 243.35 11087 245.75 240.24 -1.60 +10.4 UnitGrp Q UNIT 2.40 11.4 54 27.78 13.81 2038 21.11 8010 21.11 20.00 +.90 +18.7 UNITIL N UTL 1.46 3.0 25 52.84 40.92 40 47.98 217 49.78 47.58 -.39 +5.2 UnityBcp Q UNTY .28f 1.2 18 24.25 15.35 7 23.40 36 23.40 22.85 +.50 +18.5 UnityBio n Q UBX 20.48 12.75 285 15.11 1146 15.95 13.00 +2.11 -9.2 Univar n N UNVR 52 31.95 25.79 691 27.71 2898 27.87 26.96 +.41 -10.5 UnvslCp N UVV 3.00f 4.6 9 68.25 45.95 239 65.80 1757 68.25 63.75 -.20 +25.3 UnivDisp Q OLED .24 .2 61 209.00 86.85 1612 99.55 15899 117.35 95.66 -.10 -42.3 UnvElc Q UEIC 20 72.50 26.97 148 30.25 583 31.20 29.08 -.75 -36.0 UnivFor s Q UFPI .35e .9 21 39.58 25.93 421 37.37 1259 37.88 35.89 +1.31 -.7 UnvHR N UHT 2.64 4.2 36 84.90 53.00 35 62.30 146 63.43 60.70 +1.16 -17.1 UnivHlthS N UHS .40 .4 15 128.15 95.26 689 114.15 3082 117.75 113.96 -2.44 +.7sUniv Insur N UVE .64a 1.8 12 36.85 15.08 120 35.60 936 36.85 34.45 -.25 +30.2 UnvLogist Q ULH .42f 1.7 19 25.65 13.00 38 25.00 187 25.25 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17.60 9 17.87 17.35 +.38 +3.8 UrsBidA N UBA 1.08f 4.9 17 23.94 17.20 81 21.94 352 22.15 21.33 +.40 +.9 UrsBid pfG N UBPpG 1.69 6.8 26.60 24.78 112 24.91 135 25.05 24.89 -.19 -5.2 UrstBid pfH N UBPpH 1.56 6.6 26.88 22.97 1 23.65 21 23.75 23.10 +.45 -9.6 UtahMed Q UTMD 1.08 1.0 109.65 65.40 8 104.60 36 107.75 101.35 +2.10 +28.5V -:VBI Vac n Q VBIV 5.10 2.82 93 3.08 626 3.17 2.90 +.03 -27.9 VEON Q VEON .28e 11.7 4.47 2.20 3529 2.39 18220 2.52 2.33 -.15 -37.8 VF Corp N VFC 1.84 2.3 43 84.38 53.27 2100 81.33 9927 82.04 80.72 -.39 +9.9 VICI Pr n N VICI 21.33 17.58 3061 19.88 23622 20.05 19.32 +.02 -4.8 VOC EnTr N VOC .47e 8.8 11 6.66 3.15 36 5.37 178 5.61 4.95 +.18 -9.3 VOXX Intl Q VOXX 6 9.00 4.64 79 5.70 353 5.85 5.50 -.05 +1.8 VSE Corp s Q VSEC .32f .6 19 59.90 40.07 38 50.05 137 50.99 48.24 +.56 +3.3 VaalcoE N EGY 2.66 .68 955 2.29 4233 2.35 2.02 +.26 +228.6sVailRsrt N MTN 5.88 2.4 52 245.30 197.48 310 245.46 979 245.81 238.13 +4.12 +15.5 Vale SA N VALE .29e 2.1 14 15.24 7.65 29550 14.03 104276 14.11 13.36 +14.7 ValeantPh N VRX 6 24.43 10.94 3990 22.08 22147 22.29 21.38 -.16 +6.3 Valerits hn Q VLRX 7.20 1.19 227 1.53 1064 1.59 1.45 -.03 -46.3sValeroE N VLO 3.20 2.6 33 124.77 61.59 2938 123.78 14540 124.77 118.21 +5.05 +34.7 ValeroEPt N VLP 2.03f 4.8 15 48.66 33.25 86 42.09 281 42.38 40.14 +1.68 -5.4 Valhi N VHI .08 1.3 56 9.24 2.13 298 6.19 944 6.87 6.11 -.55 +.3sValidus N VR 1.52 2.2 15 67.85 41.15 670 67.77 3714 67.85 67.58 +.09 +44.4 Validus pfA N VRpA 26.12 24.12 4 25.43 42 25.60 25.13 +.22 -1.9 Validus pfB N VRpB 26.23 24.15 20 25.11 490 25.36 24.80 +.26 -2.0 VlyNBcp N VLY .44 3.4 22 13.38 10.61 2321 12.92 7968 13.01 12.48 +.08 +15.2 VlyNBc pfA N VLYpA 1.56 5.9 31.79 25.83 6 26.45 18 26.63 26.35 -.05 -4.7 VlyBcp pfB N VLYpB 27.32 24.99 7 25.89 71 25.95 25.63 +.05 -2.1 Valmont N VMI 1.50 1.0 21 176.35 137.90 70 148.20 375 150.70 145.20 +1.65 -10.6 ValueLine Q VALU .76 3.5 20 22.58 13.26 4 22.00 8 22.00 19.50 +1.85 +13.7 Valvoline n N VVV .30 1.4 25.63 19.86 1139 20.66 6336 20.86 20.42 -.06 -17.6 VanEMGold N OUNZ 13.44 11.93 186 12.73 241 12.84 12.72 -.06 -.9 VanEGold N GDX .06e .3 25.58 20.84 34910 22.31 122640 22.49 22.08 -4.0tVnE LgFl n N LFEQ 28.49 24.56 2 26.67 25 26.72 24.56 +.12 +1.4tVanE Grn n N GRNB 27.50 25.87 1 25.96 11 26.08 25.87 -.08 -3.8 VnEkSteel N SLX .40e .8 51.92 35.06 43 48.65 202 48.82 47.07 +.13 +6.1 VnEkHiIn rs N YMLP 25.49 20.51 15 21.98 26 22.42 21.89 -.11 -5.8 VanE Env N EVX .53e .6 91.77 77.29 0 89.78 3 90.57 87.00 +.16 +3.3tVanE EMHi N HYEM 1.57 6.8 24.95 23.18 70 23.08 377 23.38 23.03 -.27 -5.7sVanEHiYM N HYD 1.45 4.6 31.49 30.22 1023 31.29 2036 31.49 31.24 -.10 +.3 VanE ChiBd N CBON .68e 24.34 21.60 2 23.55 2 23.68 23.51 -.28 +3.7 VnEkShHY N SHYD .81 3.3 25.30 24.04 9 24.37 94 24.58 24.35 -.04 +.7 VnEkRus N RSX .01e 24.33 18.11 5722 21.40 34863 21.46 20.78 +.13 +.9 VanE BDC N BIZD 1.47e 8.8 18.38 15.39 30 16.79 112 16.81 16.65 +.04 +1.1 VEckPfSec N PFXF 1.24e 6.5 20.27 18.60 74 19.18 318 19.20 19.05 +.05 -2.4tVanE FallA N ANGL 1.63e 4.7 30.39 28.76 928 28.83 1517 28.96 28.75 -.15 -3.7tVanE IntHY N IHY 1.26 5.1 26.20 24.45 50 24.53 213 24.59 24.45 -.15 -4.3 VanE Reit N MORT 2.36e 8.1 25.41 21.20 18 23.43 64 23.74 23.30 +.05 -2.7 VnEkCfMun N XMPT 1.35 5.3 27.65 24.80 11 25.34 61 25.44 25.20 +.14 -4.8 VanE EmM N EMAG .92 4.4 22.45 20.61 1 20.85 1 20.85 20.75 +.20 -4.5 VanE IGFlt N FLTR .15e .6 25.42 25.13 390 25.27 821 25.33 25.24 -.06 tVanE EMBd N EMLC .98 5.6 19.91 17.58 2049 17.62 33818 17.79 17.58 -.15 -7.2 VanEAltEn N GEX 1.07e 1.8 64.75 57.00 1 60.94 6 61.42 60.39 -.34 -.4 VEckMun N PRB .15e .6 24.68 24.08 1 24.23 1 24.33 24.20 -.02 -.2 VnEkSMu N SMB .20 1.2 17.67 17.05 14 17.19 301 17.25 17.19 +.01 -.3 VanE LgMu N MLN .62 3.1 20.43 19.41 27 19.82 111 19.94 19.76 +.05 -2.5 VanEIntMu N ITM .54 2.3 24.33 23.25 136 23.52 1110 23.68 23.49 -2.3 VnEkHiInInf N YMLI 1.20 9.2 15.10 11.07 3 13.08 5 13.08 12.36 +.51 -2.6 VanE GenDr N GNRX 26.68 20.60 24.84 1 24.84 24.51 +.72 +2.2 VanE OilR N CRAK 33.82 22.55 14 33.34 51 33.35 31.96 +1.02 +8.6tV IntMoat N MOTI 36.88 32.66 63 33.60 101 33.63 32.66 +.02 -1.5 VEckNucl N NLR 1.72e 3.4 54.27 45.37 0 50.03 10 50.51 49.69 -.29 +2.0 VanEChAMC N CNXT 37.10 29.41 13 33.05 21 33.47 32.78 -.85 -4.5 VanE Israel N ISRA .44e 1.4 32.31 27.63 3 31.86 48 31.86 31.11 +.29 +4.9 VanEWMoat N MOAT .41e 1.0 46.20 38.21 52 42.89 275 42.95 42.10 +.14 +1.0 VanE UncOG N FRAK .06e .4 17.99 12.59 17 16.74 59 17.09 16.32 +.19 +6.9 VnEkSemi N SMH .58e .5 114.55 80.92 4867 109.53 19146 109.64 106.86 +1.22 +12.0 VnEkRtl] N RTH 1.39e 1.4 103.87 77.47 9 96.82 19 97.70 95.86 +.15 +6.0 VanE GenD Q GNRX 64.65 53.83 43 58.49 308 58.73 57.22 +.15 -1.4 VanE Agri N MOO 1.10e 1.7 65.86 54.42 61 62.89 203 63.20 62.17 -.25 +2.1 VEckOilSvc N OIH .47e 1.7 29.87 21.70 5620 27.06 28066 27.84 26.58 -.04 +3.9 VanE VecBi Q BBH 136.83 111.36 24 119.80 63 119.81 116.21 +2.14 -3.9 VnEkRusSC N RSXJ .81e 2.1 44.21 36.01 101 37.72 140 38.22 36.86 +.11 -8.0 VEckVcREr N REMX .50a 1.9 32.97 16.73 84 25.86 698 25.94 25.19 +.14 -14.1 VEckChina N PEK 1.41e 1.1 54.26 39.69 14 45.99 39 46.23 45.21 -.30 -4.7 VnEkIndSC N SCIF .57e 1.1 72.57 51.05 10 53.60 127 55.08 53.32 -.01 -21.0 VanE Egyp N EGPT 40.97 26.30 55 35.70 149 36.93 35.35 -.34 +9.2tVEckPoland N PLND .29e 1.7 21.80 16.29 9 16.81 31 16.82 16.29 -.10 -14.9 VanE JrGld N GDXJ 37.76 29.84 6072 32.80 36434 33.13 32.44 -.09 -3.9 VanE Coal N KOL .13 .8 18.49 12.56 103 16.92 518 16.97 16.00 +.65 +5.6 VnEk Viet N VNM .32e 1.9 20.50 14.03 346 17.28 1476 17.28 16.00 +1.02 -3.4 VanEBrzSC N BRF 26.12 18.55 17 19.79 93 20.00 19.16 -.48 -15.6 VanEIndo N IDX .25e 1.1 26.90 20.82 16 22.98 114 23.00 22.34 +.63 -7.5 VanENatRs N HAP .64e 1.7 39.67 32.28 4 37.76 13 37.81 37.08 +.14 +1.7 VanE VAfr N AFK .53e 2.2 27.39 21.35 6 24.63 19 24.75 24.35 -.09 -.9 VanE Gam N BJK 1.07e 2.2 50.35 38.99 20 49.42 171 50.00 48.94 -.44 +5.9 VandaPhm Q VNDA 20.40 11.90 541 17.70 1923 17.85 16.95 +.45 +16.4 VangLTBd N BLV 3.92e 4.2 95.98 86.51 180 88.64 2334 89.98 88.30 +.10 -6.8 VangIntBd N BIV 2.17a 2.7 85.85 79.91 307 80.77 1727 81.63 80.68 -.15 -3.7 VangSTBd N BSV 1.08e 1.2 80.25 77.83 2697 78.06 10698 78.57 78.06 -.16 -1.3 VangTotBd N BND 2.06e 2.3 82.71 78.30 3442 79.09 13679 79.78 78.95 -.04 -3.0 VangExDur N EDV 4.81e 3.1 123.85 107.64 54 113.38 238 115.74 112.70 +1.23 -6.3 VangMegG N MGK 1.33e 1.1 121.09 99.11 129 119.34 500 119.45 116.54 +1.35 +7.2 VangMegV N MGV 1.53e 2.0 81.59 68.89 57 75.63 246 75.66 73.99 +.08 -1.1 VanHiDvY N VYM 2.10e 2.5 90.93 77.58 479 84.63 3129 84.75 82.91 +.40 -1.2 VangIntHi Q VYMI 2.17e 3.3 72.32 62.12 48 64.86 474 64.99 63.53 -.40 -3.2 VangIntDiv Q VIGI 1.11e 1.7 70.39 60.59 42 66.41 176 66.55 65.01 +.07 +.2 VangEMGv Q VWOB 2.82 3.7 81.69 75.31 71 75.70 417 77.00 75.62 -1.09 -5.7sVangEMI N VXF 1.13e 1.0 118.48 99.37 533 118.21 1451 118.48 115.77 +1.26 +5.8 VangGrth N VUG 1.38e .9 152.38 125.79 612 150.29 3325 150.39 146.83 +1.64 +6.9 VangLgCp N VV 1.84e 1.5 131.68 110.22 253 125.84 3356 125.93 123.16 +.64 +2.7 VangMidC N VO 1.76e 1.1 164.17 140.54 240 158.21 1267 158.58 155.64 +.44 +2.2sVangSmCp N VB 1.63e 1.0 156.99 131.25 408 156.12 2499 156.99 152.98 +1.55 +5.6sVangSCG N VBK 1.19e .7 175.64 141.75 117 175.47 671 175.85 171.42 +2.39 +9.1 VangSCV N VBR 1.96e 1.4 138.96 118.55 185 136.60 1061 137.49 134.25 +.89 +2.9 VangTSM N VTI 2.17e 1.5 146.87 123.48 1858 141.50 7841 141.65 138.54 +.90 +3.1 VangValu N VTV 2.05e 1.9 113.46 95.86 969 105.23 7286 105.38 103.10 +.07 -1.0 VangSP500 N VOO 3.81e 1.5 263.37 220.42 1954 251.41 10157 251.65 245.97 +1.37 +2.5 VangMCVal N VOE 1.76e 1.6 117.97 101.45 345 110.70 1253 111.37 109.39 -.39 -.8 VangMCGr N VOT .82e .6 136.45 115.92 224 134.98 607 135.12 132.10 +1.24 +5.7 VangREIT N VNQ 3.08e 3.9 86.14 72.05 7234 79.24 22178 79.43 77.32 +1.51 -4.5 VangDivAp N VIG 1.82e 1.8 108.99 91.60 566 102.90 2470 103.21 101.14 +.22 +.9 V exUSRE Q VNQI 2.41e 4.0 65.20 55.40 420 60.58 2313 60.63 59.86 -.11 +.1 VangAllWld N VSS 2.83e 2.4 127.14 106.63 271 120.15 1775 120.39 117.70 +.17 +.8 VangAllW N VEU 1.34e 2.5 58.90 49.58 3173 54.09 12129 54.10 52.94 -.16 -1.1 VangEmg N VWO 1.10e 2.4 50.99 40.29 15673 45.11 60493 45.15 43.96 -.06 -1.7 VangPacif N VPL 1.37e 1.9 77.96 64.78 143 73.01 581 73.07 72.08 +.06 +.2 VangEur N VGK 1.71e 2.9 63.60 54.60 3790 58.45 24010 58.54 56.85 -.33 -1.2 VangTEBd N VTEB .28e 52.07 50.36 534 50.86 5849 51.12 50.80 -.08 -1.6 Vang500Gr N VOOG 1.62e 1.1 149.28 121.86 54 147.48 232 147.50 144.00 +1.54 +7.7 Van500Val N VOOV 2.01e 1.9 116.72 99.89 20 106.87 125 107.21 104.87 -.11 -2.8sVanSC600V N VIOV 1.66e 1.2 142.04 114.49 18 141.10 52 142.04 138.71 +1.14 +6.6sVanSC600G N VIOG 1.13e .7 162.36 128.05 12 161.91 67 162.36 158.73 +2.45 +11.0sVangSC600 N VIOO 1.19e .8 152.65 121.82 33 151.76 139 152.65 148.78 +1.63 +8.9 VanMC400V N IVOV 1.50e 1.2 126.33 109.00 8 124.18 28 125.39 122.25 +1.09 +2.0 VanMC400G N IVOG 1.16e .8 142.23 118.23 9 139.82 46 140.60 138.00 +.67 +5.1 VanMC400 N IVOO 1.57e 1.2 134.59 113.66 15 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57.75 487 63.25 2437 64.92 60.87 +.67 -15.5 ViacomA Q VIA .80 2.6 7 42.55 28.20 106 31.20 182 32.30 31.05 -1.15 -10.6 ViacomB Q VIAB .80 3.0 5 36.96 22.13 2223 26.71 14036 27.50 26.56 -.79 -13.3 ViadCorp N VVI .40 .7 26 61.85 44.65 78 53.45 374 53.45 51.00 +2.15 -3.5 Viavi Q VIAV 29 11.78 8.34 4962 9.77 12899 9.92 9.28 -.13 +11.8 Vical rs Q VICL 3.70 1.32 82 1.66 280 1.74 1.60 -.01 -9.3 Vicon A VII .76 .30 105 .36 603 .38 .35 +.00 -9.3sVicor Q VICR 44.20 16.30 252 44.45 1057 44.75 40.10 +3.80 +112.7 VicDvAcc n Q VSDA 29.50 25.49 28.04 1 28.22 28.04 -.31 -1.5 VicMultiF n Q VSMV 29.20 24.76 9 27.69 10 27.69 27.56 +.07 +.4 Vict500VW Q CFA .44e .9 52.01 43.44 59 49.77 193 50.15 49.10 -.03 +2.0 VictDisEnV Q CSF .38e .8 49.05 39.59 2 47.16 38 47.49 46.33 +.48 +4.5 Vict500EV Q CFO .47e .9 52.03 43.38 58 49.73 246 50.03 49.03 -.02 +1.9 VicEM Hi n Q CEY 28.35 24.47 4 25.00 14 25.17 24.70 -.30 -4.3 VictDevVol Q CIZ .01j 39.92 32.09 3 34.96 57 34.98 34.19 -.01 -.4 VictIncEV Q CDC 1.09e 2.4 48.81 42.77 17 45.85 117 46.34 45.38 +.01 -1.2 VictSCVol Q CSA .16e 49.00 40.61 1 48.30 93 48.53 47.36 +.35 +4.8 VictIntlVol Q CIL .15e 46.94 36.99 2 40.38 6 40.39 39.74 -.20 -.7 VicEmMkt Q CEZ 31.99 27.68 6 28.32 8 28.53 28.04 +.01 -4.5 VictLCHiDv Q CDL .44e 47.44 41.69 15 44.57 52 45.04 44.18 -.08 -1.6 VictSCHiD N CSB .60e 45.62 39.13 8 45.01 13 45.59 44.66 +.07 +.9tVictIntHiD Q CID .33e 38.00 33.78 11 34.51 27 34.73 33.78 -.33 -4.7 VictCap n Q VCTR 13.50 9.72 112 11.66 332 11.80 10.64 +.82 +.5 ViewRay n Q VRAY 10.64 4.40 764 7.35 2683 7.43 6.92 +.36 -20.6sVikingTh n Q VKTX 10.25 .88 22686 9.75 82898 11.17 4.86 +4.33 +140.1sVillagB&T Q VBFC 52 34.09 26.90 4 33.55 7 34.09 30.56 -.10 +9.5sVillSupMkt Q VLGEA 1.00 3.4 17 30.31 21.95 29 29.11 168 30.31 28.91 -.79 +27.0 VinaConc N VCO .66e 1.6 47.99 30.76 8 42.20 24 44.23 42.20 -.80 +14.1sVinceHlg rs N VNCE 4 11.30 3.20 39 11.35 225 11.50 8.92 +2.20 +83.4 ViperEnPt Q VNOM 1.92f 6.3 35 33.63 14.76 1657 30.40 3235 33.24 28.75 -2.03 +30.3 Vipshop N VIPS 11 19.14 7.79 11507 11.96 45190 12.13 11.50 +.14 +2.0tVirTra n Q VTSI 7.36 4.14 1 5.00 18 5.00 4.14 +.14 -20.6 Virco Q VIRC .06 1.3 6.05 3.95 11 4.60 34 4.85 4.55 -8.9 VirnetX A VHC 8.75 2.10 575 3.45 1530 3.50 3.00 +.40 -6.8 VirtuFin n Q VIRT .96 3.1 16 37.85 13.10 592 30.85 5634 31.65 30.35 +1.14 +68.6 VirDynCr n N BLHY 25.49 24.24 11 24.53 43 24.70 24.36 +.01 -1.1 VirShUS n N VESH 24.93 21.19 10 22.19 24 22.70 22.19 -.29 -2.9 ZweigTR N ZTR .97 8.7 14.18 10.74 61 11.17 445 11.19 10.96 +.18 -16.6 VirtGblMSc N VGI 1.87 13.3 19.46 13.70 32 14.06 295 14.26 13.96 -.06 -19.7 VirtusInv Q VRTS 1.80 1.4 15 135.90 97.90 29 127.35 141 129.50 122.10 +2.10 +10.7 VirtusIn pf Q VRTSP 1.81 1.7 113.53 92.00 0 107.36 1 107.36 105.00 +1.64 +6.4 Virtusa Q VRTU 52.88 27.84 250 50.29 744 50.40 46.00 +3.15 +14.1sVisa s N V .84 .6 43 132.50 92.80 8321 130.85 41117 132.51 129.06 -.43 +14.8 VishayInt N VSH .34f 1.6 23.85 16.25 2008 21.10 5935 21.90 21.05 -.40 +1.7sVishayPrc N VPG 35 38.25 16.55 86 37.75 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KRYS 10.30 +.01L -LCNB Corp LCNB 19.85 +.30 LM FdgA n LMFA .57 +.01 LRAD h LRAD 2.02 -.08 LaJollaPh LJPC 32.08 +.88 Landcad n LCA 10.19 LandsEnd LE 20.15 +.40 Lantronix LTRX 3.46 +.20 W -:W&T Off N WTI .40 6.0 12 8.92 1.81 2998 6.72 14539 7.06 6.45 +.13 +103.0 WBI TacGr N WBIA .03e .1 26.51 22.50 6 24.93 20 25.05 24.50 +.22 -.8 WBI TactV N WBIB .08e .3 27.48 23.67 4 24.62 18 24.74 24.22 +.21 -6.6 WBI TacYd N WBIC .28e 1.2 23.53 20.92 5 22.94 25 23.10 22.60 +.14 +2.5 WBI TacSel N WBID .05e .2 25.62 21.85 5 24.17 21 24.36 23.81 +.05 -1.4 WBI LCTG N WBIE .19e .7 28.05 23.50 7 25.99 28 26.04 25.60 +.12 -.2 WBI LCTV N WBIF .22e .8 30.46 25.84 5 28.54 25 28.57 28.01 +.22 -1.3 WBI LCTY N WBIG .31e 1.2 28.00 22.65 8 25.52 29 25.61 25.19 +.06 -1.3 WBI LCTS N WBIL .04e .1 29.15 24.92 5 26.68 19 26.84 26.34 -.07 -2.8 WBI PwFact N WBIY 27.90 22.34 8 26.79 58 26.94 26.49 +.08 +.7 WBITacRot N WBIR 26.78 24.15 3 25.54 20 25.66 25.28 +.03 +.3 WBI TacInc N WBII .26e 1.1 25.76 23.89 14 24.00 50 24.03 23.96 +.03 -5.4 WBI THiInc N WBIH .45e 1.9 25.43 23.47 25 23.86 135 23.92 23.68 +.01 -4.3 WCF Bcp n Q WCFB .20 2.1 11.62 9.00 0 9.50 22 9.55 9.25 +.20 -.2 WD 40 Q WDFC 2.16 1.6 35 141.20 103.80 57 139.30 228 141.18 136.75 -.85 +18.1 WEC Engy N WEC 2.21 3.5 20 70.09 58.92 2286 62.32 8919 63.70 62.19 -.20 -6.2 WEX Inc N WEX 34 184.34 100.17 702 177.65 3099 179.13 171.51 +.27 +25.8sWGL Hold N WGL 2.06f 2.3 17 88.68 80.91 192 88.45 1175 88.68 88.10 +.31 +3.0 WMIH Q WMIH 1.61 .60 531 1.37 2552 1.40 1.35 +61.4sWNS Hldg N WNS 28 51.62 31.47 341 51.28 1258 51.68 49.43 +1.03 +27.8 WP Carey N WPC 4.06f 6.0 18 72.41 59.23 304 67.25 1466 67.57 65.42 +1.47 -2.4 WPP plc N WPP 3.91e 4.7 107.27 76.68 97 83.17 444 83.50 81.09 -1.57 -8.2 WPX Engy N WPX 19.23 8.39 7260 18.39 27045 18.83 17.14 +.93 +30.7 WPX pfA N WPXp 1.56 2.0 79.61 42.50 8 76.12 151 78.22 72.11 +3.77 +23.1sWSFS s Q WSFS .44f .8 18 53.60 42.45 146 52.80 438 53.60 51.65 +.05 +10.3 WSI Inds Q WSCI .16 3.1 6.55 2.85 30 5.20 64 5.52 4.81 +.45 -13.3 WVS Fn Q WVFC .32a 2.0 25 18.05 14.76 0 16.20 6 16.40 15.84 +.08 +4.6 Wabash N WNC .30 1.5 14 26.54 18.25 390 20.08 2031 20.82 19.73 -.52 -7.5 WABCO N WBC 17 162.20 119.63 450 122.05 2021 125.30 120.84 -3.87 -14.9 Wabtec N WAB .48 .5 31 100.28 69.20 848 99.