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VENICE GONDOLIER SUNSaturday, August 25, 2018 VOL. 73 | NO. 40 www.yoursun.com Local News Cover To Cover | Floridas #1 Weekly Newspaper $1.00 An Edition Of The Sun WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY WWW.VENICEGONDOLIERSUN.COM FOR HOME DELIVERY, CALL 941-207-1300 Good morning, Gondolier Sun subscriber Sheila Martinelli FRONT SECTION OUR TOWN SECTION IN THIS EDITION DEATHSLEGALS .................................13A LOTTERY ..................................2A OBITUARIES ............................4A POLICE BEAT .......................12A SPORTS ...........................1415A WEATHER ................................2A CLASSIFIEDS ..............2128B COMICS/PUZZLES .....2931B OPINION ..............................5B RELIGION ............................6B VENUE ..................................3B LETS GOGrace Babcock Ollie P. Burke Lester H. DeJonge adno=54539360By GREG GILESNEWS EDITORRed tide “sh kills are playing a role in the latest No SwimŽ advisories at local beaches, but just how much of a role isnt clear. On Thursday, Sarasota County health of“cials issued anadvisory for “ve beaches, including two in Venice, due to fecal bacteria. Whats different this time are the tens of thousands of dead “sh in shallow waters „ “sh kills due to red tide. Enterococci are enteric bacteria that normally inhabit the intestinal tract of humans and animals,Ž said Tom Higginbotham, Department of Health-Sarasota Environmental Health. The presence of enteric bacteria can be an indication of fecal pollution, which may come from stormwater runoff, pets and wildlife, and human sewage. It is possible that decomposing marine organisms could contribute to increased levels of bacteria in coastal waters. Furthermore, living animals (birds included) are attracted to and feed on carrion, so the congregation of animal life taking advantage of that food source may also increase bacteria levels.Ž On Friday, DOH-Sarasota lifted the advisory at Siesta Beach after retesting Gulf waters. The advisories remain in place at Lido Casino Beach and Longboat Key Beach to the north, and Brohard Beach and the Venice Pier Beach in Venice. The beaches remain open, but wading, swimming and other water recreation are not recommended as long as there is an advisory in place, according to a press release. When these bacteria are found at high levels in recreational waters, there is a risk that some people may become ill,Ž Higginbotham said. People, especially those who are very young, elderly or who have a weak immune system, who swallow water while swimming can get stomach or ‘No Swim’ advisories continue PHOTO BY ADAM HUTCHINSONNelly Flores bags “sh that died from red tide on a Venice beach a week ago. A No SwimŽ advisory was posted at two beaches in Venice this week, and red tide may be an indirect, and possibly direct, contributor. By BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITERThe fate of the new hospital proposed by Venice Regional Bayfront Health (VRBH) will be in the Sarasota County Commissions hands Tuesday. VRBH has the states permission to build a new 210-bed facility to replace the aged one on Venice island and the county Planning Commissions recommendation that three necessary land-use petitions be approved by the County Commission. But the County Commission can reject that recommendation, which would please many of the residents around the proposed hospital site, south of East Venice Avenue east of the Jacaranda roundabout. They appeared in force at the Planning Commission meeting to express concerns about the impact the hospital might have on their property values because of increased traf“c, noise, light and drainage. But after “ve hours of a public hearing only one Planning commissioner sided with them to oppose the petitions. They get another chance next week. VRBH needs three approvals to go forward with the new facility: of a comprehensive plan amendment to change the future land use designation of its proposed site to Of“ce/Multi-Family from Moderate Density Residential; of rezoning from Residential Single-Family 3 to Of“ce, Professional, Institutional Planned Development; and of a special exception to exceed the 35-foot height limit by building up to 85 feet. Not one of the more than two dozen residents who spoke in opposition to the hospital at the Planning Commission said a new facility isnt needed. It just The next stepHospital petitions on Sarasota County agenda RENDERING PROVIDED BY VRBH This elevated rendering shows a view from the nor th side of the proposed new Venice Regional Bayfront Health. PHOTO BY BOB MUDGEChambers nearly over”owed when the Sarasota County Planning Commission held public hearings on Venice Regional Bayfront Healths land-use petitions for a new hospital. A similar crowd is likely Tuesday, when its the County Commissions turn.NO SWIM | 10A STEP | 10ABy GREG GILESNEWS EDITOROne Venice City Council member has already won re-election, while a two-way race for a second seat is now set. The filing deadline to run for either of two open seats was Friday at noon. Incumbent Rich Cautero, seeking his second term in Seat No. 4, was unopposed. Under county election rules, on election day Cautero will be deemed to have voted for himself and therefore wins the race by a vote of 1-0. His name will not appear on the November election ballot. Until then, he remains an unopposed candidate. Cautero also ran unopposed in 2015. Its an honor and a privilege to serve the citizens of Venice,Ž Cautero said. Im humbled by the confidence that many constituents have communicated to me since I announced my candidacy. Im very grateful for that. I will work diligently to represent everyone in our community.Ž Cautero said he didnt take the Two seats but only one race RICH CAUTERO FRED FRAIZE HELEN MOORERACE | 10ACORRECTIONA story in the Aug. 22 edition on Moving Day Venice, A Walk for Parkinsons,Ž a fundraising event coming up in November, passed on incorrect information that Venice resident Vallerie Brenckle, one of the participants, has Parkinsons disease. She does not. The Gondolier Sun regrets the error. By GREG GILESNEWS EDITORVenice and North Port high schools will have to experience overcrowding before the state will authorize a new high school somewhere in the West Villages area. That was the conclusion of Sarasota County Schools Superintendent Todd Bowden at a school workshop on Monday. The problem, say school of“cials, is there needs to be 1,000 or even more students already waiting to go into a new school before the state is willing to fund it. In other words, a district cannot build a school with a capacity of 1,000, and start the school with only 400 students, counting on growth to eventually “ll the school over time. That perceived inability to properly plan for the future drew sharp criticism from Sarasota County School Board members at Mondays workshop on the school district capital budget. We have such strict rules to build its ridiculous,Ž said School Board Member Caroline Zucker. The basics are you have to have the kids there to build a new high school,Ž Bowden said. Before we can build a new high school were going to have to overcrowd Venice High and North Port High and say Venice and North Port high schools are full; now what? SUPERINTENDENT TODD BOWDEN ERIC ROBINSON CAROLINE ZUCKERSCHOOLS | 7A

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A.M. P.M. A.M. SAT 25 11:54a 1:19 7:32 6:01 SUN 26 12:29 1:32 7:58 6:38 MON 27 1:05 1:44 8:23 7:14 TUE 28 1:42 1:59 8:48 7:53 WED 29 2:24 2:19 9:14 8:36 *STRONG TIDE a „ a.m. p „p.m. SAVE LIVES. GIVE BLOOD. By BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITERThe West Coast Inland Navigation District (WCIND) doesnt have a fix for red tide, either. The naturally occurring algae has had a devastating impact along the Southwest Florida coast this summer, leaving tons of dead fish on beaches and keeping people away from them. In addition, Venice Marine Patrol Officer Paul Joyce told the WCIND board Friday that red tide has killed 120 sea turtles in an area extending to the Everglades and 221 manatees and 15 dolphins in the four-county district, according to Mote Marine Laboratory. Twelve of the dolphins died last week, Joyce said. The consensus among the board members present „ commissioners from Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties who are longtime residents „ was that this red tide outbreak is among the worst in memory. Venice, Siesta Key, Nokomis „ its been really bad,Ž Sarasota County Commissioner Charles Hines said. It was an extensive outbreak that got pinned to the coast by onshore winds, he said. Manatee County Commissioner Carol Whitmore said she hadnt experienced a worse outbreak in her 49 years as a resident but added that it only lasted a week or two the re, though it could return. Thats a certainty, though theres no way to know whether it will be next week or next year. Reports of red tide date back hundreds of years and the algae from which it blooms are always present in the Gulf. Thats why theres no silver bulletŽ solution, as WCIND Executive Director referred to what everyone would like to see. Were not going to cure red tide,Ž Hines said. Elected officials need to speak scientifically,Ž he said. If analysis shows that development has an impact on red tide, he said, lets have those conversations.Ž New regulations, if determined to be needed, would only mitigate the impact of red tide, however. Educating the public about that is one of the two things the government can do now, Charlotte County Commissioner Stephen R. Deutsch said. Other than cleanup and education, I cant really think of anything else we should be doing,Ž he said. He said his countys educational effort is making headway in helping people understand that red tide occurs naturally. Charlotte has let Mote take the lead in that because the organization has a high level of credibility, he said. Its also necessary to educate the public about the differences between red tide and the bluegreen algae problem occurring farther south, Deutsch said. Red tide is a saltwater phenomenon, he said, while the blue-green algae problem is associated with freshwater Lake Okeechobee, though there is some mixing in the Naples area. And the blue-green algae outbreak can easily be connected to business and residential developments around the lake, he said. The environment took care of itself for millions of years until man got involved,Ž Deutsch said. The states taxpayers have repeatedly shown theyre willing to pay to have the problems in South Florida fixed, but elected officials dont seem to have gotten the message, Hines said. The media and people with cellphones have been documenting the outbreaks of red tide and blue-green algae, so photos of their impact have been all over the Internet and might spur some action, he said. Pictures are worth a thousand words,Ž he said.District: Education key in red tide battle 10TH ANNUAL An Outdoor Craft ShowSept. 1st … 2nd Sat./Sun. 10am … 4pmFree AdmissionDOWNTOWN VENICECraft Festival American Craft EndeavorsArtFestival.com(813) 962-0388 Downtown Veniceadno=54536284 www.SKYattheY.com PREPARING FOR THE FUTUREThrough disciplined academics we succeed in preparing children for high school and college.Now enrolling students for 2018-19 school year.CALL OR STOP BY FOR A TOUR TODAY!FREE TUITION | FREE BEFORE/AFTER CAREVENICE SKY ACADEMY 705 Center Road, Venice | 941-244-2626ENGLEWOOD SKY ACADEMY 881 S. 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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 By SOMMER BROKAWSUN CORRESPONDENTA bombŽ is baseball slang for a home run. Its also what could be buried in the ground near where the Atlanta Braves spring training complex is under construction. The stadium, where the team will begin training in 2020, is being built near a World War II-era bombing range in the West Villages, which donated the 80-acre stadium site, near River Road and U.S. 41. According to the U.S. Department of Defense, the Venice Bombing Range, as it used to be known, is a medium riskŽ site for contamination from old bombs and ammunition that could still be buried beneath the ground. This evaluation is based on an assessment by the DOD that prioritizes the cleanup of sites based on the threat posed to safety, human health and the environment. Speci“cally, the medium riskŽ designation refers to the ecology of the surface water, which is contaminated with copper and zinc, based on a DOD study. However, the data show low riskŽ to humans, the study says. It also noted that a sites contamination may affect a much larger area, including the water supplies beneath them. The Venice Bombing Range covers 2,560 acres 9 miles southeast of Venice. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which manages the Defense Environmental Restoration Program on behalf of the DOD, has already spent $214,000 on the site, but much more work is planned. In total, the evaluation and cleanup of this hazardous site is expected to cost $3.12 million and wont be completed until 2042, the DOD estimates, as the federal government works through a list of spots around the country like this one. The property is scheduled to receive ongoing monitoring until 2071. All of that could become much more complicated, and costly, with a stadium on the land. Bombing ranges pose several hazards, even when closed for decades. Unexploded munitions are often the biggest threat. North Port Mayor Vanessa Carusone said in an email statement recently that she has not heard of any issues during construction, and that work has been on schedule. Carusone said she has “rsthand knowledge of the Venice Bombing Range.Ž My grandfather came here to train in WWII, hence how we came to Venice in the 70s,Ž the mayor said. Braves and construction of“cials declined comment. Other North Port and Sarasota County leaders deferred inquiries to West Villages Improvement District principals and developers, who issued this statement: Third-party environmental assessments and reviews have been conducted over the years, and no evidence of environmental concerns from military operations were found.ŽMilitary training siteThe U.S. Army built the Sarasota Army Air Field as a training ground. The 97th Bombardment Group was the “rst to use the airbase, in spring 1942. The following year, the air“eld was turned into a “ghter base. At the peak of the “elds operations, more than 3,000 personnel were stationed there. The Army leased vacant land about 30 miles to the southeast for aerial practice runs. The area became known as the Venice Bombing Range but today is largely within the North Port city limits and the West Villages area. Historical maps and air photos indicate the bombing range target was a hexagonal area about 5,000 feet wide. The Army set up a target consisting of three concentric circles, the largest of which had a radius of about 250 feet. Crews dropped their practice bombs from low altitudes but, according to some accounts, pilots often hit areas beyond these circles. The site remained active until early 1946, when it was no longer needed. Federal documents show West Villages Parkway, near the stadium land, is at the approximate center of the target area, although Carusone thought she recalled it being on the other side of River Road, in Deer Prairie Creek. The corps has assessed the site many times over the years to evaluate the potential of anything remaining from the Armys training. Based on historical research, the corps established a 649-acre target area that includes the target location and a buffer around it. The corps completed a site inspection in 2010 to determine if further evaluation of the site might be needed. No munitions, debris or any other indication of the militarys training was identi“ed. By 2015, the land was privately owned and used primarily for cattle grazing and sod farming, with a portion developed into residential homes. The corps must still conduct a Remedial Investigation Feasibility Study of the area, which has not yet been scheduled. The Braves are scheduled to play full time in North Port in 2020 but plan to have their “nal spring game of 2019 at the new complex after wrapping up their last season in Orlando. Former Sun writer Gary Roberts supplemented this report.Spring training, meet pilot training PHOTO PROVIDED/Construction at the new Braves spring training stadium. RENDERING PROVIDEDA rendering shows the location of a proposed spring training facility in North Port for the Atlanta Braves. BOMBING RANGE CLEANUPRisk level: Medium, second highest on five-level rating system, according to ProPublica Site: 2,560 acres, centered near Braves stadium under construction off U.S. 41 Spent so far: $214,000 Expected additional cost: $3.12 million Estimated completion date: September 2042 Site monitoring conclusion: September 2071 „ Source: U.S. government; ProPublica BRAVES ON THE FIELDAmong the many things the Braves have done right on their way to its unanticipated long stay at the top of the National League East this year: Theyve been getting hits. 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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 Grace BabcockGrace Babcock, 94, of Fort Myers, formerly of Venice, Florida, passed away Thursday,Aug. 16, 2018. She was born in Ronceverte, West Virginia, on Jan. 15, 1924, to William and Lola McCormick. Grace was an interior decorator and seamstress in Bar Harbor, Maine, retiring in 1985. She moved to Venice from Southwest Harbor, Maine, after her retirement. Surviving family members include her brother, George McCormick of Ohio; stepson, John W. Babcock Jr. of Michigan; stepdaughter, Joanne M. Babcock of Massachusetts; nephews, Carl McCormick of Ohio and Sam Lerch of Alabama; and niece, Marjorie Riordan of Cape Coral, Florida. Services: No services are scheduled at this time. Burial will be at Sarasota National Cemetery. Farley Funeral Home, Venice, is assisting the family with arrangements. To share a memory of Grace or to send a condolence to the family visit: FarleyFuneralHome.com. Ollie P. BurkeOllie Patricia Burke, 93, of Tampa, Florida, passed away Saturday, Aug. 11, 2018, surrounded by her loving family. She was born in East Orange, New Jersey, to Jeremiah and Ollie Dunn on June 28, 1925. Pat will be deeply missed by her children, Patti ONeal of Denver, Colorado, Ellen Bernal (Hernando) of Tampa, William Burke of Atlanta, Georgia, Jerry Burke (Suzanne) of Sarasota, Florida, and Marty Burke of Tampa; grandchildren, Hernando Bernal Jr. of Tampa, William Bernal (Shab) of San Francisco, California, Kathryn Eeds (Trey) of Austin, Texas, Elizabeth Versaggi (Justin) of Tampa, Mallorie ONeal of Denver, Colorado, Eli Burke of Austin and Leah Azar (John) of Atlanta, Georgia; and great-grandchildren Olivia, Dominic, Lucas, Aila, Sophia and Kayla. Pat was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Bill. Contributions: In lieu of flowers, please make memorial donations to Golden Retriever Rescue of Mid-Florida, GRRMF.org. Lester H. DeJongeLester H. DeJonge, 95, of Venice, Florida, passed away on Aug. 20, 2018. He was born on March 8, 1923 in Allendale, Michigan to Henry & Jenny DeJonge. Lester moved to Venice in 1984 from Allendale. He was a veteran of the Navy Seabees and was stationed in Attu, Alaska and was an excavation contractor. Lester is survived by his three children, Alana (Dave) DeJonge, Henry (Eileen) DeJonge, Evelyn (Rick) St. Pierre; two brothers, Harold (Edna) DeYoung, Robert (Grace) DeJonge; a sister, Helen (Jim) VanLaar; and a sister-in-law, Marian DeJonge. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred in 2017 and a brother, Derwin DeJonge in 1999. Burial will be private. Memorial donations may be made to the Wycliffe Bible Translators, P.O. Box 628200, Orlando, Florida 32862 or by visiting www.wycliffe.org. Farley Funeral Home in Venice, Florida is handling the arrangements. A message of condolence may be sent by visiting www.farleyfuneralhome.com. By KAYLA GLEASONSTAFF WRITERLocal students are encountering a motto theyve probably seen before, just not in their schools: In God We Trust. The national and state motto, already featured on American currency, the state ”ag and even some Florida license plates, is now required by law to be displayed in all Florida schools. In March, Gov. Rick Scott signed a handful of education-related bills into law, including the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Public Safety Act. He also signed the changes to Florida Statute 1033.44. According to the new law, each district school board shall adopt rules to require, in all of the schools of the district and in each building used by the district school board, the display of the state motto, In God We Trust, designated under s. 15.0301, in a conspicuous place.Ž Other than a conspicuous place,Ž the state has not provided any speci“c guidelines or instructions for display. Locally, Charlotte County Public Schools plans to comply with the law by installing six-inch raised black letters that spell out the motto. Every school lobby, as well as the Board Room, will now feature In God We Trust.Ž Mike Riley, CCPS spokesman, reported that the fabrication and installment of all the letters will cost the district $14,000. A deadline has also not been set, though many schools, such as those in Sarasota County, hung up temporary signs for the start of the academic year. Signs have been placed in all schools and school district buildings as of the “rst day of school,Ž said Kelsey Whealy, Sarasota County Schools spokesperson We had them in all front of“ces on last Monday. We are having permanent signs made now and we will replace the paper copies when they are complete.Ž Sarasota County is meeting the new requirement with a specially designed sign. We drew upon best practices from Duval County and incorporated the motto, SCS logo and seal of the State of Florida,Ž Whealy said.ControversyThe new law has some concerned over separation of church and state. In 2012, Scott signed another, similarly controversial law. Florida Statute 1003.45 made it legal for public schools to allow under two minutes of silent prayer or meditation. While the U.S. Constitution prohibits public schools from encouraging the practice of religion, the Florida law gets around this by not requiring any speci“c prayer. To minimize disruptions, students with certain religious requirements can also use time between classes, at lunch, or before and after school to pray. Supporters of the new motto requirement have also stated it is a signi“cant aspect of American history and government. [The motto] has been ruled constitutional [when challenged],Ž said Anthony Verdugo, Executive Director of the Christian Family Coalition of Florida, at a hearing on the bill earlier this year. Its just a reaf“rmation and recognition of what we already know to be true. Our students should not be denied that knowledge of our history and our heritage here in America.Ž Verdugo, who [serves] as a voice for the pro-family citizens of Florida,Ž according to his Twitter bio, has also spoken in favor of bills that would ban transgender Floridians from using the restroom matching their gender identity and fought against rulings that overturned the ban on same-sex marriage. We believe that this is a very simple step in the right direction for Florida,Ž he said of the new motto requirement. Others in favor of the law have also cited the importance of the phrase over the course of U.S. history as the driving motivation. Many of them also have strong ties to Christianity or are members of a Christian denomination. Rep. Kimberly Daniels, D-Jacksonville, who sponsored the bill, is also a pastor and the author of numerous faith-based books, including Prayers that Bring Change,Ž The Demon DictionaryŽ and Spiritual Bootcamp.Ž Everyone should have a right to their own faith but were not talking about just our faith, were talking about a symbol that we need to get back to the basics of,Ž she said at the bills hearing. Daniels went on to cite a Psalm that conveys the same In God We TrustŽ message. In fact, the initial institution of the phrase in the U.S. carried a very strong religious connotation. The motto In God We Trust was placed on United States coins largely because of the increased religious sentiment existing during the Civil War. Secretary of the Treasury Salmon P. Chase received many appeals from devout persons throughout the country, urging that the United States recognize the Deity on United States coins,Ž according to the U.S. Department of the Treasury. Even if implementing the phrase was meant in a truly historical context, its hard to mention the Christian God without bringing in or somehow promoting faith. At least some organizations are looking to combat this. A Tampa-based group, Atheists of Florida, is designing special In God We TrustŽ signs to donate to schools with the hope of expanding on the typical, Christian association. One example would feature a variety of different gods and “gures as to not alienate students practicing non-Christian religions or no religion at all. Other mentions of God or religion in schools allow students to opt out if they or a parent/guardian so chooses. Students, for instance, can get permission to not perform the Pledge of Allegiance or they can not say one nation under God.Ž Even the earlier controversial prayer bill lets students decide how and if they pray. Sarasota County schools also require teachers get approval from the school board before teaching any course that features an objective study of the Bible or a comparative study of religion.Email: kgleason@sun-herald.comSchools must display In God We Trust PHOTO PROVIDED BY SARASOTA COUNTY SCHOOLSSarasota County Schools has created signs that incorporate the motto, the SCS logo and Floridas seal. They also cite the new l aw in “ne print at the bottom.READ THE RULEThe states Patriotic Program law can be found here, including the new requirement to display In God We TrustŽ: https://bit. ly/2BnEilv OBITUARIES When It Comes To Safety and Quality, We Make the Grade adno=54539241

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 EACH BRUSHSTROKE IS A DECISIONby Marty Damon Acclaimed Venice painter Mary Erickson could likely still produce the wedding cake of your dreams, but having just completed her 5,004th painting, shed have trouble “ nding the time. Its been an eclectic journey for Mary, from business school student to pastry chef to learning the ropes behind an art gallery counter, but each step formed the foundation for her successful thirty-year career. Mary made her “ rst sale at the age of 13, but was unable to attend art school, a circumstance she says proved to be, The best thing that never happened to me.Ž Instead, she took business courses and worked as a pastry chef through her twenties. During these years she learned how to manage a business e ectively and to deal with the “ scal responsibilities it entails, skills that proved invaluable as her career took o Mary continued building her knowledge after moving to Venice in 1986, where she was employed in a local gallery, and learned framing, marketing, and built her contacts in the art world. For years she carred her easel to the beach to “ t in a few hours of painting before and after work until one day she brought a watercolor shed just “ nished into the gallery. It sold that day. She brought in another one the next day and it sold as well. Seven years after shed arrived in Venice, she began painting full time and now her work is a “ xture in galleries in Charlotte, NC; Charleston, SC; St. Simons Island, GA; Naples, FL; Sarasota, FL; and Newport, RI. Marys Venice paintings usually get their start on Casperson beach, one of her favorite places to paint because of its unspoiled beauty. Youll “ nd her there at sunrise, catching the cast of the light and the mood of a scene. She may produce a “ nished plein air piece, or carry a study back to her studio for further work. Ultimately, her goal is to bring her viewer into the painting to imagine the wind, the sun, and the sounds of that moment for themselves. Marys reverence for nature is evident in her work, but also the groups to which she belongs. She is a founding member of the Southern Plein Air Artists, a juried member of Artists for Conservation and the Society of Animal Artists, the American Society of Marine Artists, and artists organizations dedicated to recording the southern landscape. In fact, every Mary Erickson print edition includes a special edition of 100 prints used exclusively to raise funds for conservation, preservation, and educational organizations throughout the USA. As a world traveler, mentor, and ardent conservationist, Mary carries her passion for art and nature with her from Maine to Florida. After enjoying the winter at her studio on Venice Island, shes on the road. This spring her “ rst stop will be France, where she will follow in the tradition of earlier plein air painters by gathering “ eld studies to use as the basis of larger works. In the summer shell return to Port Clyde, Maine where she rents a large house and opens it to other artists for days of painting and evenings of art discussions. With fall she plans to return to Europe, this time for the scenery of Italy, and in November shell be back to settle into her studio in Marshville, NC, where her 39 acre home will be one day become an artist retreat and bird sanctuary. Visit www. 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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 By KIM COOLFEATURES EDITORContrary to logic, sea turtle hatchlings actually have an easier time with red tide than their older relatives. The current outbreak of red tide has been fatal thousands of “sh as well as many young adult sea turtles and marine mammals such as manatees and dolphins. A connection there explains why the hatchlings are less affected. The turtles that are dying are eating the dead “sh or the nearly dead “sh,Ž Coastal Wildlife Club president Zoe Bass said. The hatchlings absorb the yolk sac [from the egg they hatched out of] and run on adrenaline far out into the water.Ž There, about 40 miles out from shore, the tiny baby turtles “nd safety and sustenance in the sea weed. The males and females of mating age also seem to be all right because they do not seem to eat during this period,Ž she said. The most losses are the younger turtles. Most of the dead turtles we have seen are smaller juvenile turtles. We have found hawksbills, lots of small greens and Kemps ridleys.Ž Hatchlings also have a better chance of making it into the sea these days because most of the shore birds are staying away from the beaches, Bass added. Bass and an army of Coastal member volunteers patrol area beaches from Caspersen Beach in Venice south to Charlotte County. Volunteers trained by Mote Marine Laboratory patrol the beaches north from Caspersen to Anna Maria Island. Nesting is essentially over for the year, she said. The loggerheads are pretty much done,Ž she said. The greens may nest a little longer.Ž Red tide is a naturally occurring algae bloom that usually is far out in the Gulf of Mexico. When it moves inshore, as it has this year, it can be fatal to “sh and other sea creatures and annoying or worse to humans. People with breathing problems are advised to avoid area beaches. Unless youre in the turtle patrol. We are walking everyday,Ž Bass said. That includes volunteers with lung issues. They don painters masks and go out day after day. They are so dedicated.Ž According to Mote Marine Laboratory Associate Vice President Richard Pierce, Ph.D., whose specialty is chemical oceanography, this is not the longest-lasting local incidence of red tide. That occurred in 2004, 2005 and 2006. While he and others look for a solution, people are advised to check area beach reports before heading to the beach. Visit: VisitBeaches.org.Email: kcool@venicegondolier.comRed tide? Not a problem for hatchlingsAbsence of sea birds is also a plus for baby turtles PHOTO BY KIM COOLDr. Richard Pierce, associate vice president for Research, Mote Marine Laboratory, has been a leader in red tide research. He and Dr. Michael Crosby, president of Mote, spoke to Venice City Council at a special session on Monday. By GREG GILESNEWS EDITORThe dead “sh stinking up coastal communities in Southwest Florida are now contributing to No SwimŽ advisories in Venice and elsewhere. Just as two Venice beaches were issued a No SwimŽ advisory by health of“cials this week, city of Venice of“cials were busy trying to gear up for an old-school cleanup effort. That includes the unprecedented step of hiring commercial “shing boats with nets to gather up near-shore “sh kills. The city is actively pursuing outside resources to help with our beaches,Ž wrote Mayor John Holic to a constituent on Wednesday. Were trying to “nd boats that may be able to use nets to capture “sh before they wash up on shore and we are trying to “nd an automated sand rake to scoop “sh from the beach in a more ef“cient manner.Ž By Wednesday evening, City Manager Ed Lavallee issued a memo to the Venice City Council announcing the citys grants manager submitted a funding request to Sarasota County for “nancial support to supplement the beach cleanup efforts related to red tide. On short notice, the Public Works staff collaborated with the Finance Department to pursue pricing options on beach cleanup,Ž Lavallee wrote. I understand that other areas of the county have already contracted with commercial boaters to do the same thing, so we are not inventing anything new,Ž Lavallee said on Friday. We submitted an application to the county to rake and sanitize the beach. The county was anxious to get our projected costs because they could not spend grant funds towards this work until their grant from the state was executed. We hope to be awarded the funds for raking and sanitizing the sand. Depending on the success in getting the funds, and based on the condition of the red tide, we may ask for supplemental funds for using the boats and nets.Ž The overall effort will include manually raking the beach, combing the beach with machinery to remove biological debris and using boats and netting to sweep up the debris still in the water, he said. I am very emotional about this clean up,Ž Council Member Rich Cautero said. I put forth at Mondays special meeting of Council what I believed was the most actionable motion „ to supplement the county cleanup. This has caused havoc in our community. Its a trifecta of issues „ safety, health and the economy. We took the “rst step on Monday. Im proud we did our part, but we have to keep pushing on this. 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School planner Kathy Ebaugh said VHS, built for 2,100 students, is overcapacity by 300 pupils. That may be the tipping point. We do not have permission for that wing from the state yet,Ž Ebaugh said. As far as the state is concerned, when we open a 400-student wing, there needs to be 400 students to go into that wing. I know its frustrating, but now that were at 300 over capacity ƒ we are at the start of that (process) to get permission from the state.Ž In the meantime, district of“cials will add three portables to Venice High in the next couple of months. Theyll be leased in order to work around another state rule. The portables at VHS are leased portables and dont count towardŽ the state de“nition of permanent school capacity, Bowden said. If we own them, they (will) say, good for you, youve solved your problem. We will use leased portables, which will still allow us to build the wing. We dont make the rules; we make it work.ŽVHS predicamentRobinson questioned whether building a new wing will work against obtaining funding for a new school. I was shocked to see people in the hallway sitting at desks,Ž he said. The concern is once we get 400 students (over capacity) its going to be overcrowded by the day you cut that new ribbon on the classroom wing. Well be right back where we started. Its just a Band-Aid. So how do we “x the long-term issue?Ž Bowden said they “rst need to discuss whats an optimal school size. Whats the upper limit you want at a school at which time you say classroom wings arent the answer?Ž Bowden asked. Is it 2,100? So yes, youre exactly right. You could add 400 stations to Venice High and push the enrollment to 2,500. Are you comfortable with 2,500? Immediately then, you have to ask the question: What about the next 300 or 400? Or would you rather stay at 2,100 and put them in portables, and begin planning a campus? Once you commit to building a classroom wing, youve committed to that as the (of“cial permanent) capacity of that school. Two or three hundred (additional students) really ought to be a new campus. And thats the challenge.ŽWest VillagesEbaugh, a former city of Venice planner, said conversations with West Villages developers continue. They plan on meeting again in November after the 40-day enrollment count to “rm up “gures and trends. Were going to meet with the planning team and West Villages to talk about a new high school in West Villages,Ž she said. Most of the North Port kids that are going to Venice High are in that area. The Venice High (district boundary) goes all the way to River Road even though most of River Road is now in the city of North Port. Its not that those kids are choosing not to go to North Port High; thats not their school. North Port needs the (existing) capacity it has due to (growth) in the unincorporated area. The solution is to look at the West Villages and work with that team. We know theres going to be a need for a reliever of Venice High School.Ž The school district previously purchased a K-eight school site in the West Villages. We re going to need to purchase from them a high school site, and likely another elementary school site toward their build-out. That was planned,Ž Ebaugh said. (West Villages) had a 40-year build-out projection four years ago; its now a 30-year build-out. They are one of the top “ve fastest-growing developments in the country, not just the state. They want to be Lakewood Ranch South. They want to be familyoriented. They want to bring more kids in.ŽGet creativeSchool Board members directed staff to consider alternative funding mechanisms and to get creative.Ž One idea is to use impact fees, since those are local funds and would not require state approval. Another is to borrow. Several School Board members even suggested creating a charter school. If its chartered you circumvent a lot of this,Ž said Board Member Caroline Zucker. Bowden said impact fees currently yield $4.5 million to $5 million a year and thus it would take too long to save up enough to build a $100 million new school. The math just doesnt work,Ž Bowden said. Robinson asked about borrowing funds to build. Thats a possibility, staff said. Bowden said leasebacks, in which a builder constructs the school then leases it back to the school system, are common too. Ive been on record about not borrowing money, but I wouldnt be adverse to borrowing for a 50-year asset,Ž Robinson said. Could we use impact fees for “ve years to buy the land, then borrow (the rest)? Im willing to get creative to “x the issue. I dont want to be here “ve years from now saying ƒ how did we get here? I knew that by using all of our funds for school security, we were going to be behind,Ž Zucker said. Another workshop will be held to continue the discussion. Members said theyd prefer to have it in Venice.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comSCHOOLSFROM PAGE 1A Make Your House a HOME! Adopt an animal from your local animal shelter. Call 941-625-6720 WANTED: A HAPPY HOME

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Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 adno=50537831 EXPERIENCED PUBLIC SERVANT DEDICATED COMMUNITY LEADER 4345 Charing Cross Road Sarasota, FL 34241ItenForJudge.com0 ItenForJudge@gmail.com Find me on f ENDORSED BY THE SHERIFFS OF MANATEE, SARASOTA, AND DESOTO COUNTIES! Current Circuit Court Judge (Twelfth Judicial Circuit) Federal Regulatory Of“cer (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms) 21-Year Prosecutor (State Attorneys Of“ce, Twelfth Judicial Circuit) Former Member of Florida Supreme Court Committee on Criminal Jury Instructions Former Member of Twelfth Judicial Circuit Grievance Committee Manatee County Bar Association Assistant Scoutmaster (Boy Scouts of America)BRIAN ITEN of Parrish served as an assistant state attorney for the Twelfth Circuit State Attorneys Of“ce from 1994 through 2015. He was also an Adjunct Instructor at State College of Florida and an instructor at the Law Enforcement Academy at Manatee Technical College. He was the 2014 recipient of the Jim Slater Award for Professionalism in the Practice of Criminal Law. Iten received his bachelors degree from the University of South Florida and his law degree from Florida State University College of Law. He and his wife Elizabeth have two children. d hi b h l  Political advertisement paid for and approved by Brian A. Iten, non-partisan candidate for Circuit Judge, 12th Circuit, Group 12. Vote August 28th adno=54541427 KARENIA BREVIS RED TIDE SAMPLED AT MONITORED BEACHES IN SOUTH COUNTY€Sample taken Aug. 20, 2018 €€Karena brevis cells/mL of Gulf water Very low 1-10 (shellfish harvesting closures at ?6 cells/mL) Low 10-100 (respiratory irritation, possible fish kills) Medium 101-1000 (respiratory irritation, probable fish kills) High > 1000 (as above, plus discoloration) €€€Source: Florida Health Department of Sarasota County Location Cell count/mL Nokomis Beach 22,000 North Jetty 16,720 Venice Beach 31,120 Service Club Park 368 Venice Fishing Pier 8 Brohard Beach 0 Caspersen Beach 4 Manasota Beach 12,320 Blind Pass 25,680 ENTERIC BACTERIA WATER TEST RESULTS FOR SOUTH COUNTY€Water samples taken Aug. 20, 2018. The Fishing Pier, Brohard, and Manasota were resampled on Aug. 22. €€Results for enterococcus (associated with feces) are given in CFU (colony forming units). A number of 71 or greater is considered poor.Ž €€€Source: Florida Health Department of Sarasota County Location Enterococci CFU/mL Swim advisory Nokomis Beach 4 no North Jetty 4 no Venice beach 8 no Service Club Park 40 no Venice Fishing Pier 424 yes Brohard Beach 280 yes Caspersen Beach 40 no Manasota Beach 20 no Blind Pass 28 no intestinal illnesses. If water comes in contact with a cut or sore, people can get infections or rashes.Ž Rapid-Response Teams from Sarasota County and the city of Venice observed a high level of bird tracks among the wrack lines of decaying algae and dead “sh associated with red tide affecting the area, according to the advisory notice.NO SWIMFROM PAGE 1A belongs somewhere else, they said, citing the need to widen East Venice Avenue, traf“c congestion caused by the roundabout and noise from ambulances and helicopter traf“c among other potential problems. A car dealership the County Commission recently approved for the northeast corner of the roundabout will only aggravate the problems, they said. The members of the Planning Commission who voted to recommend approval considered the condition of East Venice Avenue a drawback, but not one big enough to reject the petitions. Traf“c will be an issue wherever the hospital might go, Commissioner Ron Cutsinger said, while expressing the hope that approving this site would push the County Commission to take a look at improving East Venice Avenue earlier. East Venice Avenue will be widened to four and eventually six lanes but its not in the “ve-year Capital Improvement Plan. The recommendation from the Planning Commission includes conditions that the hospital make road improvements at the roundabout and River Road. The hospital will ask the County Commission to drop them and instead accept the estimated $1.75 million to $2.5 million it will have to pay in mobility fees and apply the money where the Commission wants. If the County Commission approves the comp plan amendment, it gets sent to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity (FDEO) for review, then comes back to the County Commission for a second vote, then goes back to the FDEO for a “nal review. The hospital will also seek approval of the other two petitions, but contingent on the comp plan amendment being adopted. After that, VRBH will need to get a site and development plan and an alternative parking plan approved by the county and have a variety of permits issued. That puts a groundbreaking after the “rst of the year, with completion in 2020-21. The County Commission hearing will be held in chambers in the Robert L. Anderson Administration Center, 4000 South Tamiami Trail on Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 1:30 p.m.STEPFROM PAGE 1ABy BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITERUsually the first time the members of the Venice City Council get back together after their annual summer break is at a regular meeting. But this year theyve already had a lengthy special meeting on red tide as a warmup. And by the time Tuesday rolls around theyll also have had a shadeŽ „ private „ meeting with the city attorney about the citys lawsuit with Neal Communities over extraordinary mitigation fees. So they should be back in meeting shape for the nine-page regular meeting agenda that awaits them. But if not, they can take some comfort in knowing about four of those pages are consent items likely to need little discussion. Among the more-substantive matters to be dealt with are: € An ordinance revising the city codes state of emergency provisions. € Ordinances increasing the rates for solid waste, recycling and roll-off services; increasing utility rates and taking over backflow prevention device maintenance; and revising the process for naming city facilities. € Discussing a proposal by Council Member Chuck Newsom for a 0.20 mill increase in the citys property tax rate for the 2019-20 budget, earmarked for the fire department. € Discussing whether to discontinue regulating vehicles for hireŽ „ taxis „ in light of a new state law precluding local regulation of ride-sharing services such as Uber and Lyft. € An update on the downtown improvement project. The Venice City Council meets at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Aug, 28, in Council Chambers at Venice City Hall, 401 W. Venice Ave. The agenda and backup materials are available at VeniceGov.com under the MeetingsŽ header. You can also watch the meeting online through a link available there.City Council to consider rate hikeselection for granted. I had a whole campaign ready to roll out. I like to be prepared,Ž he said. So when I announced in June, I was going to campaign on proven experience, dedication and being a tireless fighter.Ž Cautero said he will continue to pursue responsible fiscal management through intense vetting of government spending and control of property tax levels, and push to protect the citys quality of life. Right now, that means supporting efforts to clean up area beaches. He raised $1,500 in contributions from residents during his brief campaign and plans to return those funds.A race beginsIncumbent Fred Fraize and Helen Moore, a Realtor and current Planning Commission member, will face off for Seat No. 3 on Nov. 6. Fraize is seeking a second three-year term in office. Its Moores first time seeking election in Venice. She is in her second term as an appointed Planning commissioner and was previously on the Code Enforcement Board. Fraize was previously appointed to serve on the Environmental Advisory Board and Traffic Advisory Task Force.Email: ggiles@venicegondolier.comRACEFROM PAGE 1A

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Page 12 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 A Nokomis man allegedly broke into the residence he used to share with his significant otherŽ and threatened to kill her. According to a Sarasota County Sheriffs Office report: On Aug. 21, Noel Bird entered the home via a sliding glass door, ran up on the victim and pinned her to the floor, grabbing her by the neck. Bird, 50, 1000 block of Bay St., was arrested and charged with battery by strangulation and tampering in a felony proceeding by depriving the victim of communication after he broke her cellphone while she tried to call 911. In addition, he is being charged with false imprisonment and burglary with assault and violation of a protection order. He remains in jail with bond set at $272,000.Arson allegedA South Venice woman was arrested this week for allegedly setting a garage on fire last month. According to a Sarasota County Sheriffs Office report: On July 22 at 11 p.m. a woman called 911 to report an unknown person had set her garage door on fire using a gas can located on the side of her home. Investigation found it was not an accidental fire. A Sheriffs Office K-9 tracked a suspect a block away to another residence. A witness also observed a woman walk up the driveway and light the fire. The witness was able to identify the suspect, who lived at the residence tracked by the K-9. Jessica Horobec, 37, 3300 block of Roslyn Road, was arrested Aug. 21 and charged with arson. She remains in jail with bond set at $30,000. The Venice Police Department reported the following arrests: € Wade Lusink, 53, 100 block of North Tamiami Trail, Nokomis. Charge: contempt of court. Bond: $3,000. € Brian Nicholls, 43, 400 block of Kunze Road, Venice. Charge: driving with a suspended license. Bond: $120. € Johnny Williams IV, 25, 1000 block of Pineland Ave., Venice. Charges: possession of marijuana, giving false information to an of“cer. Bond: $1,000. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Of“ce reported the following arrests: € Tyler Matthews, 29, 300 block of Mount Pleasant Road, Nokomis. Charges: two counts of probation violation. Bond: none. € Michael Scovil, 51, 200 block of E. Venice Ave., Venice. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Joseph Allen, 24, 2300 block of Mission Valley Blvd., Nokomis. Charge: battery. Bond: none. € Nicole Cook, 41, 100 block of S. Jessica St., Nokomis. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Pamela George, 36, 600 block of Bird Bay Circle, Nokomis. Charge: probation violation. Bond: none. € Malena Pack, 33, 8900 block of Excelsior Loop, Venice. Charges: two counts of violation of probation. Bond: none. € Robert Shaw, 31, 200 block of Venice East Blvd., Venice. Charge: driving with a suspended license. Bond: $120. € Dylan Woodward, 26, 100 block of S. Pearl Ave., Nokomis. Charge: contempt of court. Bond: $2,000. € Jesse Boatright, 39, 300 block of Olive Ave., Nokomis. Charge: violation of Lee County pretrial release. Bond: none. € Edward Burkhart, 72, 500 block of Wexford Drive, Venice. Charge: Manatee County warrant for grand theft. Bond: $1,500. € Conrad Brock, 26, 6400 block of Beechwood Ave., Nokomis. Charges: possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, alprazolam 2 mg, alprazolam 1 mg), possession of narcotic equipment, presenting a false ID to law enforcement. Bond: $3,500. € Thomas Diodorou, 40, 11100 block of Batello Drive, Venice. Charges: possession of a weapon or ammo by a convicted felon, possession of a controlled substance (burenorphine), narcotic equipment possession, resisting an of“cer, driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond: $8,740. € John Greer, 44, 1100 block of North Ave., Venice. Charge: three counts of contempt of court (failure to appear in court), three counts of violation a municipal open container law, trespassing. Bond: none. € Piet Jacobs, 45, 3700 block of Hialeah Road, Venice. Charge: contempt of court (failure to appear). Bond: $25,000. € Zachary Johnson, 25, 3000 block of Sunset Beach Drive, Venice. Charge: driving while license suspended or revoked (second offense). Bond: $500. € Eleazar Perez-Garcia, 57, 300 block of South Tamiami Trail, Venice. Charge: driving while license suspended or revoked (second offense). Bond: $500. € Eddie Roden, 72, 100 block of River Blvd., Nokomis. Charges: Charlotte County warrants for DUI (third or more in 10 years) and DUI with property damage. Bond: $10,000. € Allison Walsh, 24, 200 block of Patterson Ave., Osprey. Charge: narcotic equipment possession. Bond: $500. € Ryan Zayner, 19, 4700 block of Heron Road, Venice. Charge: probation violation, resisting an of“cer. Bond: none. The Sarasota Police Department reported the following arrest: € Destiny Mosley, 26, 2000 block of Pennsylvania Ave., Englewood. Charges: battery, two counts of property damage. Bond: $1,500. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrest: € Liam Fulk-Melendez, 19, 2100 block of Woodmere Road, Venice. Charge: marijuana possession with intent to sell. Bond: $1,500. „ Compiled by Greg Giles and Lauren CoffeyFalse imprisonment, arson among charges broughtThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system. POLICE BEAT adno=54539357 NOW IN VENICE! 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All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the dece dent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORID A STATUTES SECTION 73 3.702 W ILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENT'S DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication of this notice is August 18, 2018. Personal Representative: Lori Wellbaum Emery686 N. Indiana AvenueEnglewood, Florida 34223 Attorney for Personal Representative: Lori Wellbaum Emery Florida Bar Number: 071110 WELLBAUM & EMERY PA 686 N. Indiana Avenue, Suite A Englewood, FL 34223 Telephone: (941) 474-3241 Fax: (941) 475-2927 E-Mail: lemery@wellbaumand emery.com Secondary E-Mail: karen@well baumandemery.com Publish: August 18, 25, 2018 281415 3604733 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT FOR SARASOTA COUNTY, FLORIDA IN RE: ESTATE OF PATRICK FRANCIS BURNESS, Deceased File #: 2018 CP 003198 SC Probate Division NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the es tate of PATRICK FRANCIS BURNESS, deceased, whose date of death was June 7, 2018 is pending in the Circuit Court for Sarasota County, Florida, Probate Division, the addressof which is Post Office Box 3079, Sarasota, Florida 34230 The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representatives attorney are set f orth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with this court ON OR BEFORE THE LATER OF 3 MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM All other creditors of the dece dent and other persons having claims or demands against decedent's estate must file their claims with this court WITHIN 3 MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT FILED WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORID A STATUTES SECTION 733.702 W ILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH A BOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE A FTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED The date of first publication of this notice is August 18, 2018. Personal Representative: DAVID SMITH 11494 Blackfin Street Venice, Florida 34292 Attorney for Personal Representative: WAYNE C. HALL, Esquire NOTICE TO CREDITORS20 Email Addresses: wayne@hrlaw1314.com Florida Bar No. 199524 HALL & RHEINGANS, PLLC 1314 East Venice Ave. Suite E V enice, Florida 34285 Telephone: (941) 480-0999 Publish: August 18, 25, 2018 100437 360459 7 NOTICE OFSALE30 E xtra S pace S torage w ill h o ld a public auction to sell personal prop erty described below belonging to those individuals listed below at the location indicated: 1510 S. Tamiami Trl Venice, FL 34293 September 5, 2018 at 12:30 pm Felisha Butler Unit #2078 Household Goods Lindsay Waggoner Unit #5 Household Goods Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above refer enced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Stor age may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of t he personal property. Publish: August 18, 25, 2018 401086 3602394 N O TI C E O F PUBLI C S ALE: FLAGSHIP TOWING gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 09/08/2018, 10:00 am at 125 CORPORATION WAY, UNIT H, VENICE, FL 34285-5525, pursuan t to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. FLAGSHIP TOWING re serves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1C3EL46R54N323709 2004 CHRYSLER Publish: August 25, 2018 123005 3605895 N ot i ce i s h ere b y g i ven t h at E xtra Space Storage will sell at public auction at the storage facility listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property de scribed below belonging to those individuals listed below at location indicated: 225 N. Tamiami Trail Nokomis, FL 34275 Sept. 5th, 2018 at 1:30 pm Stephen Szeztaye Household Goods, Furniture, Tools Shawn Jansen Household Goods Robyn Gendreau Household goods, Childrens Toys Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above refer enced facility in order to complete the transaction. Extra Space Stor age may refuse any bid and may re scind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes possession of the personal property. Publish: August 18, 25, 2018 332051 3604226 OTHER NOTICES38 TO PLACE YOUR LEGAL NOTICE Call Darlene(941) 207-1220Or Email dwillis@ VeniceGondolier.comfax(941)485-3036 NOTICE i s h ere b y g i ven that the Southwest Florida Management District has received Environmental Resource Permit application number 768983 from Edgewood Gardens Corp, c/o Gayle Geagan, 18924 Crescent Road, Odessa, FL 33556-4405. A pplication Received: July 23, 2018 Proposed Activity: Townhouse Development Project Name: A rcata Del Sol Project Size: 3.26 ac Location: Section 8, Township 39S, Range 19E in Sarasota County Outstanding Florida Water: No Aquatic Preserve: No The application is available for public inspection Mon day through Friday at 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33637 or through the Application & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Districts website at www.watermatters.org/permits/. Inter ested persons may inspect a copy of the application and submit writt en comments concerning t he application. Com ments must include the permit application number and be received within 14 days from the date of this notice. If you wish to be notified of intended agency action or an opportunity to request an administrative hearing regarding the application, OTHER NOTICES38 you must send a written request referencing the permit application number to the Southwest Florida W ater Management District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33637 or submit your request through the Districts website at www.watermatters.org. The Distric t does not discriminate based on disability. Anyone requiring accommo dation under the AD A should contact the Regula tion Bureau at (813)985 7481 or 1(800)836 0797, TDD only 1(800) 231-6103. Publish: Aug. 25, 2018 312473 3605530 N O TI C E is hereby given that the Southwest Florida Management District has received Environmental Resource Permit application number 766499 from V enice Marine Park, LLC, 1910 Datura Street, Sarasota, FL 34239. A pplication Received: June 4, 2018 Proposed Activity: Mixed Use Development Project Name: Fishermans Wharf Project Size: 3.52 ac Location: Section 7, Township 39S, Range 19E in Sarasota County Outstand ing Florida Water: No Aquatic Preserve: No The application is available for public inspection Mon day through Friday at 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33637 or through the Application & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Districts website at www.watermat ters.org/permits/. Inter ested persons may inspect a copy of the ap plication and submit written comments concerning the application. Comments must include the permit application number and be received within 14 days from the date of this notice. If you wish to be notified of intended agency action or an opportunity to request an administrative hearing regarding the application, you must send a written request referencing the permit application number to the Southwest Florida W ater Management District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, FL 33637 or submit your request through the Districts web site at www.watermat ters.org. The District does not discriminate based on disability. Any one requiring accommo dation under the AD A should contact the Regula tion Bureau at (813)985 7481 or 1(800)836 0797, TDD only 1(800) 231-6103. Publish: Aug. 25, 2018 312473 3605532 NOTICE OF AGENCY ACTION BY THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT Notice is given that the District has determined that a permit is not required pursuant to 62-330 (FAC) Subsection 373.406(6)(F.S.) for activ ities known as Caithness Construction The project is located in Sarasota County, Section(s) Sara sota 21 Township 39 South, Range 18 East. The permitting inquiry was received from Caithness Construction whose ad dress is 3976 Destination Drive., #206 Osprey, FL 34229 The Exemption No. is 768068 The file(s) pertaining to the project referred to above is avail able for inspection Mon day through Friday except for legal holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., at the Southwest Florida Water Management District, Sarasota Service Office, 6750 Fruitville Road, Sara sota, FL 34240-9711 NOTICE OF RIGHTS Any person whose sub stantial interests are affected by the Districts action regarding this mat ter may request an admin istrative hearing in accordance with Sections 120569d12057 OTHER NOTICES38 1 20 .5 69 and 1 20 .57, Florida Statutes (F.S.), and Chapter 28-106, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), of the Uniform Rules of Procedure. A re quest for hearing must (1) explain how the substan tial interests of each per son requesting the hearing will be affected by the Dis tricts action, or proposed action; (2) state all mate rial facts disputed by each person requesting the hearing or state that there are no disputed facts; and (3) otherwise comply with Chapter 28106, F.A.C. A request for hearing mus t be filed with and received by the Agency Clerk of the District at the Districts Brooksville address, 2379 Broad Street, Brooksville, FL 34604-6899 within 21 days of publication of this notice. Failure to file a re quest for hearing within this time period shall con stitute a waiver of any right such person may have to request a hearing under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Because t he administrative hearing process is designed to f ormulate final agency act ion, the filing of a petition means that the Districts f inal action may be differ ent from the position taken by it in this notice of agency action. Persons whose substantial inter ests will be affected b y any such final decision o f the District in this matter have the right to petition to become a party to the proceeding, in accor dance with the require ments set forth above. Mediation pursuant to Sec tion 120.573, F.S., to set tle an administrative dispute regarding the Dis tricts action in this matte r is not available prior to the filing of a request for hear ing. Publish: August 25, 2018 382137 3605493 GreatDealsin theClassifieds! N ot i ce i s h ere b y g i ven t h at the Southwest Florida W ater Management Dist rict has received Environmental Resource permit application number 761924 from SRQ Invest ments, LLC. Application received: March 13, 2018. Proposed activity: New Residential Subdivision. Project name: Dona W ay Estates. Project size: 3.2 Acres Location: Sect ion(s) 31 Township 38 South, Range 19 East, in Sarasota County. Outstanding Florida Water: No. Aquatic preserve: No. The application is available for public inspection Mon day through Friday a t 7601 U.S. Highway 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or through the Ap plication & Permit Search ToolsŽ function on the Dis tricts website at www.wa termatters.org/permits/. Interested persons may in spect a copy of the appli cation and submit written comments concerning the application. Comments must include the permi t application number and be received within 14 days from the date of this no tice. If you wish to be noti fied of intended agenc y action or an opportunity to request an administrative hearing regarding the ap plication, you must send a written request referenc ing the permit application number to the Southwes t Florida Water Manage ment District, Regulation Bureau, 7601 U.S. High way 301 North, Tampa, Florida 33637 or submit your request through the Districts website at www.watermatters.org. The District does not dis criminate based on disabil ity. Anyone requiring accommodation under the ADA should contact the Regulation Bureau a t (813)985-7481 o r 1(800)836-0797, TDD only 1(800)231-6103. Publish: August 25, 2018 382137 3605501 By BOB MUDGESENIOR WRITERFlorida consistently ranks as a great place to retire but not as a great place to get sick. A recent report by WalletHub, an online “nancial services company, puts the state in 42nd place among the 50 states and the District of Columbia for health care costs, access and outcomes. Florida actually ranked signi“cantly higher in a number of the 40 metrics the study used but had its grade dragged down by two key ones: its percentage of uninsured children, in which it was 47th, and the percentage of uninsured adults ages 18-64, in which it was 50th. Participating in Medicaid expansion under the Affordable Care and Patient Protection Act „ Obamacare „ which Gov. Rick Scott initially said hed agree to before reversing course, likely would have given the state higher standing. The rate of uninsured people was one of almost two dozen metrics in the Access category, in which the state ranked 47th, ahead only of Idaho, Nevada, Georgia and Texas. It was No. 39 in both Cost and Outcomes. Vermont was ranked the best state overall and was No. 1 in Outcomes. The District of Columbia was “rst in Cost and Maine took the top spot in Access. The worst state overall was Louisiana, which was 48th in Cost, 39th in Access and 49th in Outcomes. Other notable Florida standings: € 18th in average monthly insurance premium € 25th in hospital beds per capita € 27th in physicians per capita € 27th in dentists per capita € 38th in the percentage of adults with no dental visit in the last year To see the study, visit: WalletHub.com.State in bottom 10 in health care

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Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018SPORTS CONTACT US VINCENT PORTELL 941-207-1107 vportell@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSBy BARBARA BOXLEITNERSUN CORRESPONDENTLauren Mattmuller is enjoying a return to her former position. The Venice High School graduate is playing in the middle this season for the Marshall University volleyball team after being switched to outside hitter for her freshman year in 2015. It was a shock when I “rst came in, trying to get more comfortable here,Ž said the 5-foot11 senior, who started transitioning back to the middle last year. There was a need (to move). Im more comfortable in the middle.Ž She entered the preseason “rst in the middle on the depth chart, according to head coach Mitch Jacobs. She had a good spring. She got herself very “t,Ž he said. Its nice to see now shes going to get a clear opportunity. Shes a very intelligent player. She makes a lot of plays you dont expect made from the middle. Shes quite focused out there.Ž The position switch should offer more regular court time, for, as she said, Its been kind of an uphill battle.Ž Last year, she played sparingly or not at all in some matches for the Herd, which went 11-19, though she showed her ability when she received more playing time. Mattmuller led Marshall with a career-high 13 kills and added 13 digs in three sets against the University of MissouriKansas City. Her “rst career double-double came after she didnt play in two matches the day before. She tied for the team lead with nine kills in three sets of a loss to Maryland after not playing in the match a day earlier. She also added six digs. Mattmuller led the team with 12 digs and also had “ve kills in four sets against Southern Miss. One of two seniors on the squad, she embraces her leadership role. Its now our responsibility to initiate the conversations (with the newcomers),Ž she said. You have more responsibility making sure everyone is doing their job.Ž This summer she was home for a few weeks and played beach volleyball with other locals who have played in college, including sister Holly Mattmuller, a four-year player for the University of West Florida. In addition, she also practiced with Gen Beaumier, a past Indian teammate who plays for the University of Tampa. Marshalls updated roster includes three internationals among the newcomers. We have a more diverse group,Ž Mattmuller said. We are more athletic. A lot of the European players can play multiple positions.ŽVenice grad enjoying new volleyball role SUN FILE PHOTOFormer Venice volleyball player Lauren Mattmuller is making the switch back to middle hitter „ the position she played as a Lady Indian „ at Marshall University. By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITORVero Beach and Venice were destined for a bruising battle of state powerhouse teams from the start, and thats exactly how the game played out Friday night at Powell-Davis Stadium. In the end, Vero Beach prevailed 42-20. The Fighting Indians of Vero Beach showcased their quick offense from the get-go, using three screens „ including one that went for 49 yards„ to drive down the “eld on their “rst drive of the game. Vero Beach capped off the drive with a six-yard rushing touchdown, and the teams were off to the races „ but not before some nasty weather could get in the way. The teams and fans were ordered out of Powell-Davis Stadium on two separate occasions after the lightning alarms sounded off. The delays pushed the end of the game back close to an hour. With starting running back Brandon Gregory still out with a back injury, Venice leaned on backup Brian Taylor all night. Taylor reeled off two runs of 10-plus yards on the first drive for the Indians, ending it with a 2-yard rushing touchdown to tie the game. The Venice defense then held stout until halftime, getting sacks from Carson Sullivan and Marlem Louis to give the Indians a chance to take the lead. Quarterback Hayden Wolff took advantage of the opportunity. Wolff found receiver Sam Whitney wide open in the middle of the “eld and ”oated a 19-yard touchdown pass over the Vero Beach defenders to pull ahead 14-7. The Fighting Indians struck once more before the half, however. Vero Beach quarterback put up a heave to Kentucky commit and Fighting Indians receiver Demarcus Harris, who hauled in a 35-yard touchdown. Though the play was called back for holding, Celidonio went back to Harris on the next play for a 40-yard score to tie the game at 14-14. After a Venice drive stalled out and the Indians took a 17-14 lead on a field goal, they found themselves with the ball once more with under a minute to go until the half. A pass interference call on Vero Beach followed by a roughing the passer call also on Vero Beach set up Wolff and the Venice offense with about 10 yards to sco re. The Indians settled for another field goal from Sessa, taking a 20-14 lead as the half expired. As the second half began, Vero Beach began to establish control. The Fighting Indians continued to display their fast-paced offense, scoring on an 18-yard run up the middle by Celidonio on a run-pass option in which the Venice defense attacked the open receiver set up for the screen. Little-to-no offense and a shanked Venice punt put Vero Beach in position to score just four minutes later. The Fighting Indians used their explosive receivers to drive down the “eld and score once again on another short rushing touchdown, taking a 28-20 lead. Driving down to the Vero Beach 15-yard line, Venice tight end Zach Fryar fumbled the ball on second and 15 with 11:13 to go in the game. Up eight points, the Fighting Indians did their best to run the clock out. As their drive began to stall out, Celidonio launched it up to Harris once more. The receiver came down with a 70-yard touchdown in which he outran the entire Venice secondary. The score put Vero Beach up 35-20 with eight minutes left. Taylor fumbled for Venice on the ensuing drive, essentially ending any chance of a comeback for the Indians. Celidonio went back to Harris once more with 7:45 to go, and the receiver came down with a 31-yard touchdown to put Vero Beach ahead 42-20. Venice had a “nal chance to get on the board again late but came up short.Indians fall to Vero in opener PHOTOS BY JUSTIN FENNELL The Venice High Indians take the “eld for their homeand season-opening game against Vero Beach. Michael Trapani protects the ball after a hando in the “rst quarter. Vero Beachs No. 20, Eman Anderson, apologizes to Venices Brian Taylor after Taylor was tackled with a face mask foul. Attendees at Friday nights game vacate the stadium for a lightning delay. Brian Taylor jumps into the end zone from the 2-yard line. Hayden Wol gets o a pass under pressure. Hayden Wol gains some yards on the ground.

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 15 By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITOREver since Venice High swim coach Jana Minorini was brought aboard four years ago, the Indians swim team has established a strong track record of success. For each of the past three seasons, the boys and girls swim teams have won their district meets, and the boys team has won the regional meets for three years in a row. Along with those postseason wins, girls swimmer Kristen Nutter won the 3A state title for the 100-yard butter”y event in 2017. Seeing those moments where they didnt think they could do something, and they accomplish it, or when they get a best time, or even just seeing them “t into a role of leadership and challenging them with that „ I just love it all,Ž Minorini said.I love when people can “nd a passion and enthusiasm for what I love.Ž Minorinis passion for the sport of swimming has certainly been passed on to her swimmers. While theyve already achieved much in the pool under her tenure, some, such as sophomore Harrison Newi, have their eyes on even more accomplishments in 2018. Im excited to repeat it this year,Ž Newi said on the three-year streak of winning districts and regionals. Hopefully, this year we can go for all three. Im really hoping that we can win states. I think were going to do really well in districts and regionals. Overall, I think were going to have a stronger team.Ž Though the swim team lost several seniors from last seasons team, including nine boys swimmers who made it to the 3A state “nals, the Indians are nothing but optimistic for their chances this season. Several new swimmers have moved to the area that have Minorini and her team brimming with excitement. Some of the new swimmers generating enthusiasm around campus are Rene Strezenicky, Chasen Dubs and Arik Katz. Katz spent this past week in Fiji at the Pan Paci“c Swimming Championships, and his older brother, Austin Katz, is currently a swimmer for the University of Texas. Along with the newcomers such as Katz, Newi said the seniors who went to states last season pushed him to get to where he is now „ breaking school records (0:59.15 in the 100-breaststroke) and making the state “nals as a freshman in 2017. I hope that I can get back to states and win it this year,Ž he said. I was lucky enough to have a lot of good competition on the team last year that propelled me to greater heights.Ž While the swim team lost several talented athletes, perhaps the best one is returning. Nutter, a senior, is coming off a state championship season and has earned nothing but endearment from her teammates over the past three years. Kristen is the type of swimmer who everyone aspires to be,Ž swim captain Tatem Loucks said. Shes determined. She goes to practice morning, night, every single day of the week. She helps others, shes very kind and she just never gives up.Ž Nutter was such an important part of the girls swimming team in 2017 that she was even asked to step in on the relay team to bring the Indians back from a de“cit. Along with her skills in the pool, Minorini said shes seen the state champion and team captain mature into a true leader of the Indians over the past few years. At “rst she was a shy underclassman, but Ive seen her blossom into a leader on this team,Ž Minorini said. Shell be one of our captains this year, and its exciting to see her step up into that role to teach and be a role model for our younger guys coming in.Ž With their eyes set on bigger accomplishments in 2018, the Indians will be doing so with a new pool to practice and compete in. They are now using the Venice YMCA while renovations are being completed on the Venice High pool, but when its completed next week the Indians will regain their status as the only school in Sarasota County with a pool on campus. With some fresh faces and brand new facilities at her disposal, Minorini hopes to continue building upon the early excellence shes experienced as head coach of the Indians swim team. Obviously you want to keep doing what youre already doing, right? So, I expect that we do well,Ž Minorini said. I know for the kids, thats really fun for them and its something they work really hard all year to accomplish. Thats a pretty big bragging right to say, Every year Ive been on the team, weve won districts or weve won regionals. I know for sure those seniors want to continue that trophy hunt that theyve had.ŽIndians swimming looks to repeat success SUN PHOTOS BY STEPHEN MCKAYVenice High School swimmer Jack Lambert powers his way through a butter”y heat at the Venice YMCA. SUN PHOTO BY STEPHEN MCKAYIndians head swimming coach Jana Minorini directs a workout. She has led both the boys and girls swimming teams to district championships in each of her three seasons as head coach at Venice High. By VINNIE PORTELLSPORTS EDITORTuesday, 8/21 The Indians girls golf team of“cially played its “rst match under new head coach Cary Willgren on Tuesday. Venice (195) begins the season 0-2 after losing to Riverview (149) and Lemon Bay (181) in the tri-match at Lemon Bay Golf and Country Club. The Lady Indians were led by Amelia Valery, who turned in a 41. The Venice High girls volleyball team started the season 1-0 with a clean sweep of Fort Myers on Tuesday night at the TeePee. You can read more about that game at YourSun. com/venice/sports.Wednesday, 8/22The Freshman Indians football team dealt Riverview a decisive loss on Wednesday night in a 40-7 Venice victory. Boys golf started out the season with a quick two-win day Wednesday evening. Playing against Charlotte and Lemon Bay at Kingsway Country Club, the Indians turned in a 153, beating Charlotte by 12 strokes and Lemon Bay by 26 strokes. Indians Dean Badger (37), Evan Mason (38) and Anthony Cavallaro (38) were the only players in the tri-match to turn in scores of under 40 strokes. The Lady Indians volleyball team pushed its record to 2-0 on Wednesday night at Cardinal Mooney. After losing the “rst set 26-24 to the Cougars, Venice rallied to win the next three sets (25-14, 27-25, 30-28) and the match.Thursday, 8/23Following up on the win for the Freshman team, the Venice Junior Varsity football team also beat Riverview this week. The JV Indians walked away with a 3512 win over the Rams on Thursday night. The boys golf team was back in action on Thursday afternoon. Though the Indians had three players shoot 40 or under, they narrowly lost the match to Lakewood Ranch 149-156 to move to 2-1 on the season. The Lady Indians golf team improved from their 0-2 start to the week to finish 2-2. With a score of 181, Venice defeated Sarasota (225) and North Port (230). Lydia Vaccaro (42) and Arayah Harliss (45) turned in low scores to help Venice seal the win.Weekly Venice High sports roundupVHS student sports passes on saleFor $50, Venice High students can purchase an all-sports pass for the 2018-19 school year. The student pass will provide entry to every VHS home game for the fall, winter and spring seasons. Passes are available for sale at all student lunches.Flynn to host Just Skills campThe “rst ever Just SkillsŽ camp will be held Monday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Venice Boys & Girls Club for the month of September, with the “rst practice beginning Sept. 6. The cost is $125 for the month and the program is limited to the “rst 30 players. This is a skillsonly camp to help improve, dribbling, passing, shooting and an overall better understanding of the game. Email Flynn at Coach”ynny@gmail.com to reserve a spot.Jessica Costanzo Scholarship Golf TournamentScheduled for Sept. 29 at 9 a.m., the Fourth Annual Jessica Costanzo Scholarship Golf Tournament will take place at Pelican Pointe Golf & Country Club. Created to honor Jessica Costanzo, who tragically died in a traf“c accident, the scholarship has been awarded to six local students over the past three years who have attended Epiphany Cathedral School, Venice High and Webber International University. The golf tournament costs $85 per golfer; hole sponsors are $100. Space is limited, as the tournament has sold out in past years. For more information or to donate, contact Mark Costanzo at 941-468-5673.Saturday, 8/25Girls Volleyball „ Venice at Lakewood Ranch Freshman team is competing in a threeteam round-robin tournament consisting of three separate pools. In Venices pool, the Indians will play against Charlotte and Sarasota. Junior Varsity team is competing in a tournament of two pools of four-team round robin. Venice will compete against St. Stephens Episcopal, Braden River and Sarasota in their initial pool of teams.Monday, 8/27Boys Golf John Ryan Invite at Capri Isles, 8 a.m.Tuesday, 8/28Girls Golf Venice vs. North Port at Heron Creek, 3:30 p.m. Girls Volleyball „ Venice at Sarasota Freshman, 5 p.m. Junior Varsity, 6 p.m. Varsity, 7 p.m.Wednesday, 8/29Boys Golf Venice vs. Cardinal Mooney at Laurel Oaks, 6 p.m. Freshman Football Venice at Southeast, 6 p.m.Thursday, 8/30Girls Golf Venice vs. Lakewood Ranch and Palmetto at The River Club, 3:30 p.m. Junior Varsity Football Venice vs. Southeast „ CANCELEDFriday, 8/31Girls Volleyball „ Lincoln at Venice Varsity, 5 p.m. Varsity Football Venice at Riverview, 7:30 p.m.Venice High weekly sports calendar SPORTS BRIEFS COURSES COURSESTo place your ad here, call 941-429-3110adno=50540398 The Palms697-8118The Links 697-8877The Hills 697-2414 Long Marsh 698-0918Seminole Lakes Country Club Open to the Public 9 Holes Par 35 Open To The PublicPlay 9 Anytime 888-663-2420www.sunnybreezegolf.net TWIN ISLES CC Championship Golf CourseGolf Membership Starting at $160 Mo. 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WEEKEND EDITION AUGUST 25, 2018 CONTACT US KIM COOL FEATURES EDITOR 9412071000 kcool@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSOUR TOWN VENUE 3B OPINION 5B RELIGION 6B By KIM COOLFEATURES EDITORCleaning up a 25,000-gallon aquarium for use as a hospital for manatees or sea turtles is one thing. Cleaning up the Gulf of Mexico is another kettle of “sh.Ž For Dr. Richard Pierce, associate vice president for research, senior scientist and program manager at Mote Marine Laboratory, that is all in a days work. He holds a Ph.D. in chemical oceanography with a focus on toxicology. With that background and some 25 years at Mote, Pierce likely understands better than most people the rami“cations of such a project. Cleaning the water is not the problem. Mote does that regularly to make sure the water in its many aquariums is perfect for whatever aquatic creatures are there. We want puri“ed water in the aquarium,Ž he said. We also use it in the sea turtle hospital.Ž On any given day, aquatic patients in the various hospitalŽ aquariums might include loggerhead or other sea turtles and manatees or dol“ns suffering from the consequences of red tide. Even when red tide is not an issue, turtles are regular patients because of being hit by boat propellers or blinded by a “shermans “shing hook. Occasionally a sea turtle or a manatee that has ventured too far north, is brought to Mote to recover from the effects of the cold. For the best outcome, Mote wants to supply the purest water before its patients are placed in their aquatic hospital pools. A typical aquarium at Mote is about the size of a swimming pool, a round swimming pool. (The shape facilitates treating creatures that may have been blinded or lost a ”ipper, as an extreme but true example.) Such creatures can quickly learn to adapt to swimming in a circle rather than bumping into an aquarium wall every 20 or 30 feet. Water for the aquariums pools comes from the Gulf of Mexico. Mote uses ozone to kill the toxins in its pools for the health of the creatures, whether turtles, manatees, dol“ns, sharks or other aquatic creatures, Pierce said. Recently, Mote tested the use of ozone to cleanse a dead-end canal on Boca Grande. They can clean the water in one of their 25,000-gallon aquariums in a day. Within a second day, salinity and other attributes of the water return, but without any Karenia brevis (red tide). Because the bad water is trapped at the end of the canal, it is not cleaned by Mother Nature. To solve the problem without killing any living organisms, Mote scientists built a special ozone contact chamber,Ž which is basically a larger version of what is used for the smaller aquarium pools. For the canal project, they used an air compressor and a generator housed in an air-conditioned trailer as the key instruments to clean the water which was pumped from the canal. The water “lled an enclosed chamber which is about 36 inches in diameter and about 8 feet in length, Pierce said. Ozone was then pumped into the chamber to rid the water of the toxins, with the side effect of restoring oxygen levels depleted by the red tide. Other aspects of the water such as its salinity return within a day or so. For the experiment last week, they created two Mote cleans up water with ozonePHOTOS BY CONOR GOULDING/MOTE MARINEThis shows part of the equipment used by Mote Marine scientists to test the eectiveness of an ozone oxygenator to clean up the dead end of a canal at Boca Grande. Dr. Richard Pierce, senior scientist and program manager for Ecotoxicology Research at Mote Marine, checks the progress of Motes ozone oxygenator experiment in a canal at Boca Grande last week. Only time will tell the eectiveness of treatment with an ozone oxygenator on the dead end of a canal in Boca Grande. Mote Marine scientists tested two such devices last week. I met Alexandria Given (aka Princess Leia) a week ago when dining at the bar at Outback Steakhouse. Sometimes its so busy in there its hard to get a table, and they allow people to eat at the bar and even provide them with a small bar-top portable table. Kim Cool and I grabbed two seats and were immediately waited on by Alexandria, who had styled her hair with side buns. They were cute „ twisted-around kind of buns that I found curious „ and when she gave a shout-out to friends across the way and explained her updo, I understood the style. I was going for a Princess Leia look,Ž she told the friends. Thats it,Ž I thought, thats who she looks like.Ž Evidently, other friends knew she liked to create different hairstyles and asked her to do a Princess Leia look. They later told her they loved the style when they went to the restaurant a little while later. Alexandria, 30, was born and raised in White Lake, Michigan, about an hour northwest of Detroit, where her parents and three younger brothers live. Happy in her singleness, she has a lot of friends and now lives in North Port with Whimsey, her 2-year-old female pitbull mastiff, which she has had since Whimsey was a puppy. I had a dog that died and didnt think I wanted another one, but a friend said she had a litter of puppies at her house that were born the day my dog died and suggested I think about getting one,Ž Alexandria said. I fell in love with the puppy and took her home two months later. I was hooked.Ž Alexandria has an aunt and uncle in the Venice area and when she “rst moved to Florida she lived with her grandmother, Janice, who she referred to as her Nana. Nana lived in South Venice and loved it here,Ž she said. Her grandmother passed away and Alexandria moved to an apartment in North Port. She initially worked for Carroll & Sutton Orthodontics, “rst in the front of“ce taking in patients, eventually moving to the back as an assistant. 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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 units and cordoned off about 600,000 gallons of water at the end of a dead-end canal. Each device can handle 300 gallons a minute,Ž Pierce said. The scientists allowed two days to accomplish the cleansing process, knowing that there still could be some tidal movement. But it is an experiment,Ž Pierce said. It is not meant to be a canal cleaner. It could be something that an entrepreneur could take forward. We regularly work with people but we dont have the money to do their job. We are working with about 12 people right now.Ž The dead end of a canal also is very different from the Gulf of Mexico, a giant body of salt water connected to the Atlantic Ocean. Many years ago, scientists managed to “nd a way to clean up Lake Erie, the smallest of the Great Lakes. It was becoming dangersously polluted because of run off from paint plants ans steel mills in cities like Cleveland and Toledo. Stopping such pollution in a smaller body of water is easier than dealing with a naturally occurring phenomenon in a body of water as larrge as the Gulf of Mexico. Currently, according to information found on several web sites, scientists are lookig for a solution to the presence of several invasive plants and sea creatures such as zibra mussels which were introduced for various reasons and have since multiplied to cause other problems. That is exactly what Mote scientists want to avoid. A cure is only a cure if it does not create another problem. Another Mote scientist, Dr. Barbara Kirkpatrick, is working with a team of scientists from the Department of health to study the effects of red tide (Karenia brevis) on humans with asthma. According to some of those scientists, it is safe to eat “sh caught in the gulf as long as one cleans it very carefully and does not let the viscera touch any of the “llet they intend to eat. On the other hand, when “lter feeders such as clams and oysters which are bi-valves, are ingested by turtles, the turtles get sick and die, Pierce said. Personally, Id wait at least two weeks (after the red tide is gone) until new “sh move in,Ž he said. People have caught “sh during red tide and even eaten the “lets. I wouldnt do that.Ž Clams and oysters take two to three weeks to cleanse themselves after a red tide occurrence, he said. Conques and welks, which feed on the clams and oysters remain toxic for a t least a month Pierce added. There are reports of red tide as far back as the 1500s when early explorers “rst arrived in Florida from Spain. This is a severe bloom, the worst in 10 years,Ž Pierce said. The one in 2004, 2005 and 2006 lasted for months.Ž There seems to be a correlation with a rainy period. About three months later you might get a red tide Pollutants dont cause it. It starts offshore. Does it (pollution) make it worse?Ž Pierce spoke about Lake Okeechobee and the run off of nutrients into the lake, the Caloosahatchee River and the Peace River, all fresh water. Instead of red tide, the excess nutrients there are causing cyano bacteria, a blue-green algae. The bacteriae, make a blue-green slime that does not need nitrogen. It is possible that this could exacerbate the existing (Karena brevis) because it does not need a lot of nutrients. Life guards and park rangers along the coast are checking beaches up and down the coast daily but only visually. (Mote has several volunteers doing more thorough water checking with a recently developed Habscope device that was reported in this paper several weeks ago). Anyone contemplating going to the beach, can go to: V isitbeaches.org for a status report. Consider that if Venice Beach is affected, it might be safe to go to Siesta Key or vice versa. While Mote is taking the lead in research on red tide, what else are its scientists doing? We have to be careful in the gulf and bays,Ž Pierce said. It (the gulf) is part of the natural ecological system/ Mote is focusing on public health by trying to inform the public, state and a federal agencies and the univeristies. It takes more resources We are trying to get a better handle on conditions that might make it start or make it go away,Ž Pierce said. For now while red tide will continue to come and go as it has for at least 500 years, an army of scientists at Mote and other places are studying the situation for cause and effect and one day perhaps „ a cure. Note: Commercially caught seafood is safe to eat because government agencies constantly monitor which parts of the gulf are safe for “shing. Those who catch “sh anywhere close to shore should use caution. Those hoping to swim in the gulf should check the beach reports and use caution. 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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5OPINION GONDOLIER SUN EDITOR RONALD DUPONT JR. PHONE: 941-207-1218 rdupont@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHER GLEN NICKERSON PHONE: 941-207-1010 FAX: 941-484-8460 Kudos to the members of the Venice City Council for taking several important steps on Monday they hope will have an impact on local red tide outbreaks. We hope so too, though any relief they might provide is a long way off. The Karenia brevia alga that erupts into red tide is believed to feed off nutrients such as animal waste and fertilizer residue carried by runoff into bodies of water where the alga exists naturally. Reduce the nutrients, reduce the blooms, the thinking goes. To that end, the Council voted to adopt measures to encourage our citizens to collect and properly dispose of animal waste, eliminate the use of nitrogen-based fertilizers and reduce the use of phosphate-laden detergents,Ž Mayor John Holic wrote in a letter to Gov. Rick Scott. The Council also approved sending the letter, whose main purpose is to encourage the governor to push for more funding of red tide research, including $3 million a year for five years for a Harmful Algal Bloom Research Center proposed by Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium. The center would look into red tide and the blue-green algae plaguing South Florida. But Mondays special meeting was mainly about what the city can do, and the Council members decided there was quite a bit: € Require all Venice properties on septic systems to hook up to the city sewer system by December 2019. The Finance Department will report in a month or so on options to allow property owners to pay the cost over time. € Direct staff to develop a plan for an outfall monitoring system for pollution by March 2019. € Direct staff to place Florida Friendly Yards requirements in the land development regulations for new development by March 2019. € Direct the city manager to come up with an action plan for supplementing Sarasota County cleanup efforts of dead fish by Aug. 28. € Direct staff to develop an educational program on reducing fertilizer use. € Direct the city attorney to draft a resolution to reduce fertilizer use yearround in the city. It will need to meet strict state standards limiting local governments authority over fertilizer. More work remains to make all those things happen. And even if these measures could be implemented immediately theres no guarantee they would have an impact on the months-long red tide outbreak were suffering from. But theyre all worthwhile ideas regardless. Why not take steps to keep things out of the water that dont belong there and might do harm? Its important to remember, though, that the best-case scenario is a way to manage red tide and reduce its impacts, not to eliminate it. As Mote representatives regularly point out, there is documentation of red tide going back hundreds of years, before man could have affected it. Its always there; its just not always blooming. Some people have trouble dealing with that concept. Stories about red tide that weve posted to our Facebook page have drawn comments from people who lived where a polluted body of water was cleaned up. Why,Ž they asked, cant the city just do what they did in [fill in the blank]?Ž Simply put, manmade problems have manmade solutions; man-aggravated natural problems may not. Red tide doesnt, at least not for the foreseeable future. That doesnt mean we should stop looking for ways to make living with red tide easier. Clearing dead sea life off the beaches is important but expensive and is only a Band-Aid. The physical and economic distress red tide causes continue after the days batch of fish is gone. So Mote, were counting on you for more than just another study. We know we wont get any fixes without one, but we also wont get any if your focus isnt on red tide outside the lab as well as in it. In the meantime, everyone, do your best to avoid red tide and keep your fingers crossed for its departure from the area. It cant happen too soon. U.S. CONGRESS District 17, RepublicansIn a hotly contested, sometimes nasty race to replace Rep. Tom Rooney in Washington, D.C., Greg Steube and Julio Gonzalez have spent nearly $1 million to win the right to represent the Republican Party in the November election. Bill Akins is also in the race, but considered a long-shot. The contest comes down to Gonzalez and Steube, both strong conservatives trying to outdo one another with their support for President Trump, and conservative positions on fiscal and social issues. Their positions are similar. The candidates „ all military veterans „ have gone out of their way to present themselves as Trump loyalists. And, in negative campaign ads at least one, Steube, has attempted to portray Gonzalez as someone who used to like Democrats. That is, frankly, absurd. As far as his support for Trump, Gonzalez said he was the first of the three candidates to contribute to Trump. He originally supported in-state ally Marco Rubio, but once Rubio was out, he jumped to the Trump campaign. Seventy percent of Republicans originally supported someone else,Ž Gonzalez said of the crowded Republican field in 2016. Gonzalez has become an expert on health care policy. He said stopping Obamacare cold would present a host of problems but favors block grants to states as a more cost-effective alternative. We believe Gonzalez, a doctor and a lawyer from Venice, has the temperament, command of policy and overall ability to take his conservative beliefs to Congress and represent his constituents. We recommend Julio Gonzalez.U.S. CONGRESS District 17, DemocratsApril Freeman and Bill Pollard seek the voters approval to represent Democrats in the November election to replace Tom Rooney. Pollard is counting on support from the mid-state voters, while Freeman is banking on her past experience as a candidate. Freeman has some good ideas to boost the middle class and would likely be a greater test for the Republican candidate. We recommend April Freeman.FLORIDA HOUSE District 74, RepublicansTwo Republicans are competing for a chance to replace Rep. Julio Gonzalez in House District 74 in November „ one an eight-year member of the North Port City Commission and the other a political newcomer with the name recognition and fundraising connections that come as the son of a wellknown Sarasota-area congressman. North Port City Commissioner Linda Yates faces off against James Buchanan in the district that includes North Port, Englewood, Venice, Nokomis and unincorporated Sarasota County south of Clark Road. After losing a special election for a Sarasota House seat earlier this year, Buchanan shifted his aspirations south. His move has every appearance of seat-shopping. He is far outspending his opponent, blanketing Republican households with mailers. An energetic campaigner with a strong grassroots network of volunteer supporters, Yates said she thought she had the greatest ability of represent the area.Ž One issues she stressed was environmental stewardship, particularly in regard to the green algae flowing from Lake Okeechobee. She called that situation really deplorable.Ž We are confident Yates would bring the same work ethic, passion for service and attention to detail she demonstrated in local service to the statehouse. She is a bulldog, and no doubt would be a strong advocate for South County citizens. We recommend Linda Yates.SARASOTA COUNTY Commission District 4, RepublicansThe Republican primary contest for the District 4 seat on the Sarasota County Commission this year is a rematch of the 2014 race: incumbent Al Maio of Nokomis against Lourdes Ramirez of Siesta Key. Maio won handily four years ago, and he brings the weight of incumbency, a strong track record and a large campaign fund back for the second round. Maio has strong business and political connections, experience and an extensive knowledge of all aspects of local government. As a county commissioner, he is vice chair of the Metropolitan Planning organization, which sets road priorities in Sarasota and Manatee counties; and chair of the Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority. Among his accomplishments as a board member, he cited the pending expansion of the South County courthouse in Venice, authorization of the Sheriffs Office support service facility north of Laurel Road and, of course, the new spring training stadium for the Atlanta Braves in West Villages-North Port. Maio told us his major initiatives going forward would be the extension of the Legacy Trail to downtown Sarasota; the widening of River Road, which he worked on in private practice long before being elected to the County commission; the completion of the critical Orange Hammock sensitive land purchase, which could ensure up the regions drinking water security for decades; and affordable housing. He has done an excellent job representing South County in his first term. We recommend Al Maio.SARASOTA COUNTY Commission District 1, RepublicansRepublican Party activist Christian Ziegler faces second-time candidate Alexandra Coe for the Sarasotaarea seat being vacated by Commissioner Paul Caragiulo. Coe is a libertarian concerned about growth, development and environmental protection. Ziegler is a proud conservative and GOP activist. He is the elected state Republican committee member. His top priorities were keeping taxes low, environmental protection and making Sarasota County attractive for businesses. We recommend Christian Ziegler.SARASOTA COUNTY School Board District 5Longtime incumbent board member Jane Goodwin is being challenged by three people „Pamela Gavette, Justin Cody Willis and Richard Linden „ in the nonpartisan School Board race, which is open to all voters. Goodwin has strong credentials, statewide contacts and a long commitment to the school system, having served previously as the head of the local committee that advocated for Sarasota Countys special 1-mill school tax, which was approved again this year with 79 percent of the vote. She chairs the legislative committee of the Florida School Boards Association. Goodwin was also instrumental in lobbying for state money to help build the new Suncoast Technical College in North Port. While we have disagreed with Goodwins support for a new in-house security force and her strong support for the superintendent, we do feel she has been an extremely valuable member of the board. Shes experienced, hard-working and well-connected with her South County home base. We recommend Jane Goodwin.SARASOTA COUNTY School Board District 1Incumbent Sarasota County School Board member Bridget Ziegler faces a challenge from former school teacher and political newcomer Nick Guy in the Aug. 28 primary for the District 1 seat from North County. Guy moved here 14 years ago with his wife, who grew up in Sarasota. He worked as a seventh-grade social studies teacher before beginning work with an area high-tech startup. The former teacher wanted the Legislature to close the for-profit charter loophole.Ž State funding for education is inadequate and the voter-approved county education tax was crucial to quality. Ziegler has shown impressive growth as an articulate voice during her first term. We agreed with her positions on the superintendent and the school security force. But we were swayed by Guys fresh approach, his grasp of school issues, his experience in the classroom and his strong stance against privatization initiatives from Tallahassee. We recommend Nick Guy.SARASOTA COUNTY School Board District 4Another longtime incumbent board member, Shirley Brown, is in a tough race with newcomer Karen Rose, a former teacher-administrator who won the support of the local teachers union. Brown has the name recognition and school policy expertise, both as a School Board member and a former state legislator. She considered retiring this year after her term was up, but stepped up for re-election because of the numerous challenges facing the district. Rose brings a unique perspective thanks to 28 years in the school system, primarily as a middle school administrator. She favored keeping the current security system. She said she was anti-privatization,Ž and opposes vouchers. She does not support charter schools unless they are local, home-grown and serve a (specific) purpose.Ž She called herself a seriousŽ no voteŽ against generic, for-profit charters. As for the quality of education, Rose said she was most concerned about eight elementary schools whose test scores dropped while the districts overall score went up this year. She would focus on younger kids who were struggling to get by. We applaud Browns many years of service and her passion but believe Rose would bring a fresh, new quality to the School Board. We recommend Karen Rose. OUR VIEWPut the focus on red tide mitigation Primary Election Recommendations

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018RELIGION CONTACT US 941-207-1110 religion@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERSRELIGION CONTACT US 941-207-1110 religion@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERS A small group of New Englanders began meeting in 1836 for the purpose of entering a free discussion of theological and moral subjects.Ž These prominent ministers and intellectuals had been deeply affected by theological ideas flowing across the Atlantic. This Transcendental Club heralded a new, peculiarly American religious movement known as Transcendentalism. Not simply a literary movement, Transcendentalism was at its heart the religious project of a younger generation that thought the religion of the day devoid of any sense of spiritual wonder. Seeing individual conscience as paramount in religious matters, they sought fresh inspiration in the exciting concepts of German, British and French scholars who were examining religion anew. Perhaps, they imagined, human beings contained within themselves an internal principle that guided them toward religious truth, a mysterious spiritual sixth senseŽ that pointed people toward such transcendentalŽ truths as the universal siblinghood of all persons, the ability of individuals to connect directly with the divine and the presence of the sacred in all the myriad manifestations of the divine within natural world. Sometimes they found what they sought in organized religion, sometimes not. One of their number, Ralph Waldo Emerson, told a seminary graduation class that he could find in the preachers he had heard no evidence that they had ever laughed or cried, no evidence that they had ever been in relationship with another, no evidence that they had ever loved or lost or loved again, no evidence that they had ever experienced life or in fact ever been alive. For Emerson, it was the snowstorm outside the window behind the preacher that was real, not the tired, cold words of pseudo-truths echoing without effect in the dank sanctuaries of New England churches. The implications of this new view were expansive. The idea of a pantheistic God took hold „ God no longer as an old white guy in the sky,Ž but God as an essence dwelling within the human soul as well as infusing the universe. Female Transcendentalists like Margaret Fuller saw that the new ideas implied equal capacities of women and men and therefore found them quite liberating. Eventually, a split developed between those who focused on individual introspection and personal spirituality and those who focused on reforming society. We still carry the tension between self-culture and social reform in our religious thought today. Indeed, we know that individual affirmation can lead to an overabundance of spiritual navel-gazing; on the other hand, constantly channeling religious impulses into political activities can leave one physically depleted as well as spiritually immature. Transcendentalisms greatest accomplishment may have been during the Civil War, when leading Transcendentalists such as the firebrand abolitionist and Unitarian minister Theodore Parker helped push the country to end slavery in America. Ironically, the war contributed to the decline of Transcendentalism: Its increasing focus on American issues „ especially abolition „ sapped the vitality that had come from its engagement with European, Asian and other threads of thought and literature. Parts of the Transcendentalist program survived, however, ultimately coming to define some American cultural characteristics. The radical individualism of the Transcendentalists became a fundamental part of American self-understanding. Emersons self-reliance lent a spiritual justification to the excesses, sadly, of the industrial revolution and rampant capitalism. And Thoreaus civil disobedience influenced a broad range of progressive activists including Tolstoy, Gandhi and Martin Luther King. Taking progressive stands on womens rights, abolition and education, the Transcendentalists criticized government, social institutions and organized religion, in the process creating an American way of thinking and bequeathing to us a faith that all will be well because humans can transcend limits and reach astonishing heights. See you in church or synagogue or mosque. The Rev. Khleber M. Van Zandt V is minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice. KHLEBER M. VAN ZANDT V RELIGION NEWS BRIEFSBy EMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCHHave you lost a loved one? How are you working through the grief process? Grief is as unique and individual as a snow”ake or a “ngerprint. Grief is a process and not an event. Each persons experience may have many differences, and similarities as well, from that of others. You are invited to a six-week Grief and Grace gathering to share your grief with others beginning Monday, Sept. 17, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at Emmanuel Lutheran Churchs of“ce center, 790 South Tamiami Trail, Venice. Grief never ends, but it changes. It is a passage, not a place to stay. You are welcome to join us. For more information or questions, call Barb Spenks at 941-488-4942, ext. 1020. € Understanding The Dead Sea Scrolls,Ž from the Great CoursesŽ videos, will be the featured topic Sunday mornings in September at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice, 1970 Pinebrook Road, in the Asta Linder House from 9 to 10 a.m. The Sept. 2 program will be Qumran Hebrew,Ž followed by The Enigma of the Copper ScrollŽ on Sept. 9. The public is welcome; held at no charge. € High Holy Days are in mid-September, and unaf“liated and newly arrived Jewish families may want to attend the Jewish Congregation of Venice. The synagogue, founded in 1980, has about 300 members. Friday night services are led by the rabbi and cantor with frequent participation by the choir and musicians. High Holy Day services are enhanced by beautiful wooded views. The annual food festival and ”ea market attracts thousands of visitors who enjoy Jewish ethnic food, music and bargains. To join JCV in time to celebrate the High Holy Days, call the synagogue at 941-484-2022; email JCVenice2@gmail. com; or visit: Jewish CongregationOfVenice.org. € An inaugural Pride Festival in Venice will be Saturday, Nov. 3, 1-5 p.m., at SunCoast Metropolitan Community Church (MCC), 3276 E. Venice Ave., hosted by Senior Co-Pastors Rev. Dr. Nancy Wilson and Rev. Vickie Miller. With the theme, We Are Here,Ž festivities include a ribbon-cutting at 1:30 p.m. with elected of“cials and special guests, a Pet BlessingŽ and contest and parade of pets in pride attire; refreshments; and entertainment. € AWANA Ministry runs at Calvary Bible Church, 1936 E. Venice Ave., through September, 6:30-8 p.m. The club meets Wednesdays and is for children in kindergarten through eighth grade. Since 1977, children have been taught biblical truths and respect for parents in a structured and caring environment. Call Pastor Jones, 941-486-7070; visit: CBCVenice.com. € Kate DeSantis, of Venice, has published the book How Faith and Fun can Make Your Marriage and Business Complete.Ž For more information, email desantisKate@gmail.com. € Family-to-Family,Ž a free 12-session educational program for family, partners and friends of adults living with mental illness, will be offered by NAMI-Sarasota County Friday, Sept. 7, through Nov. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Venice United Church of Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd., Venice. To register, call 941376-9361 or email info@ NAMIsarasotacounty.org. Visit: NAMISarasotaCounty.org. € A free Friendship Lunch will be served at Emmanuel Lutheran Churchs Fellowship Hall, 790 South Tamiami Trail, 11 a.m.1:30 p.m. the second Wednesday of the month through December. All are welcome. For more details, call 941-488-4942. € Venice Peace Project holds meditation the third Friday of the month at West Blalock Park, 5-6 p.m. The practice is simple. Sit in silence and meditate, pray, hold good thoughts, whatever you are inspired to do in silence for peace. Bring a blanket or chair, sunglasses, hat and water. Visit: VenicePeaceProject. org. € One Christ Won City, which has served the area with the love of Jesus Christ for over nine years, sponsors public prayer every Tuesday at noon at the Centennial Park gazebo in downtown Venice. Pastors, pastors wives, church leaders, members of the public walking by and Christians from many churches join in prayer. It begins with corporate prayer and breaks into small groups for individual prayer at 12:30-12:45 p.m. People can bring water and a chair. All are welcome. Call Jim Foubister, 941-223-1771. € Venetian Harmony Chorus invites all women, ages 18-80, who enjoy singing four-part harmony, to sing, with rehearsals on the “rst, third and fourth Mondays of the month in the activity building of Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood, State Road 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. € 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 as well as 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursdays. Call Marisa, 941-355-3680, ext. 305, email mpufta@ccdis1. org. € St. Marks Episcopal Church, Venice, holds free magnifying workshops for the vision impaired on Tuesdays, offered by Lighthouse of Manasota. Participants will learn about various types of magni“ers and get hands-on practice to help choose one. Registration is required. Call 941-359-1404. € Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Venice invites the public to join an 11-day Collette Colors of MoroccoŽ tour Nov. 7-17. Highlights include Casablanca, the Sahara, the High Atlas Mountains, marketplace shopping and a camel ride to a desert encampment. Contact joelmorrison@comcast.net or 941-497-6337. € Sarasota Jewish Chorale rehearses every Thursday at 7 p.m., Hecht School, Jewish Federation Campus, 580 Mcintosh Road, Sarasota. This performing group in Sarasota/Manatee is eager for new singers who are able to read music. People of all voice parts and faiths are welcome. Call Susan at 941-355-8011; visit: SarasotaJewishChorale.org.Transcendence in America PHOTO COURTESY OF EDITH HAACKFather Gary Wilde and his wife, Carol, cut the cake July 29 in celebration of his return to Good Shepherd Episcopal Church following a four-month sabbatical.Father Wilde returns from sabbaticalGrief and Grace Classes Offered PHOTO COURTESY OF SUSAN KOHNSTAMLouise Brown and Susan Kohnstam exhibit some of the book pillows created by the Jewish Congregations Crafty Mavens at the Aug. 23 meeting. The pillows will be for sale at the Jewish Congregations Food Festival this fall.Crafty Mavens create book pillows adno=54537714 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=54537716€ 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=54537712 Please visit www.fbcvenice.org for current service times & ministries. 312 W. Miami Ave, Venice 941-485-1314 www.fbcvenice.org adno=54537713

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 bar, quickly getting their drink order and making sure it was served as soon as possible. And she quickly returned to get food orders, as well. She is open and outgoing, and said she honestly loves people and talking to them. Alexandria is a vibrant worker, well versed in what shes doing. She said she has worked for Outback for 10 years, both in Michigan and here, and she really enjoys the work. I love the people I work with „ my manager is the best „ and I love serving the people,Ž she explained. I love people in general.Ž In addition to her work at Outback, she manages a network marketing business online and via her cellphone called Isagenix, which offers health and wellness programs. It includes things like vitamins and foodstuffs. With that business I have a goal to let people know they can stay healthy in a simple way,Ž she said. I like to tell people to change their I cant do this to I can do this.Ž She also does a Facebook live program on Mondays at 8 p.m. when she said she talks about motivational ideas for people to live their best life. It isnt all work and no play for Alexandria, because she said she enjoys spending time with family and friends, going to the beach (when there is no red tide), watching movies and attending concerts. I love concerts,Ž she said. The last one I went to was Tom Petty.Ž I was a bit surprised that she would enjoy music of a relative old-timer who started out in 1970s, but if you like a sound, whats not to enjoy? For now, Alexandria will keep working her two jobs „ Outback and Isagenix. She said she loves to travel, especially after visiting Alaska and Nashville, and said she is seriously considering moving to Savannah, Georgia. However, her long-term goal is to buy a camper and travel the nation. She even has a camper charm on a bracelet she wears as a reminder of that dream. Wherever she goes, she is bound for continued success in life and all her endeavors. She has an indomitable spirit and it was a pleasure getting to know her! Editors Note: Audrey Blackwell writes about the people, places and businesses along the South Trail in Venice. Your suggestions are welcome. Call 941-2071000 or send an email. Service and product information in this column should not be taken as an endorsement of the business.Email: ablackwell@venicegondolier. comAUDREYFROM PAGE 1B FROM PALM BEACH PRAmerican Craft Endeavors (ACE) kicks off the season with nearly 100 craft artisans in downtown Venice Sept. 1 and 2. Celebrating a decade of handmade in the USA “ne crafts, the 10th annual Downtown Venice Craft Festival offers a chance for residents and visitors to shop for practical and whimsical works of quality, handmade art and enjoy seasonal offerings from the Festivals green market. The pet-friendly, free event includes offerings of live plants, handmade soaps, food and more. Each of the artisans is on-site during the entire festival, allowing patrons to meet and discover the techniques and inspirations behind each piece. Produced by ACE, the annual Downtown Venice Craft Festival bene“ts the Florida MainStreet Program of Downtown Venice.At a glance€ The juried outdoor craft showcase is free and open to the public. € Original crafts, handmade in America. € Unique and affordable gift items. € Prices range from $15 to $3,000. € Crafters are hand-selected from hundreds of applicants. € There will be a vast array of artistic media, including folk art, pottery, personalized gifts, handmade clothing, basket weaving, beaded utensils, candles, cork assemblage, fabric design, “ber quilts, fused wax and glass, hair accessories, handbags and accessories, handmade cards, leather, mosaic, wood, painted wood, plaster craft stained glass. € The green market will feature exotic live plants, handmade soaps, savory dips and gourmet sauces. € Pets on leashes welcome. ACE produces many high-end, juried craft shows, including the Downtown Dunedin Art and Craft Festivals, the Siesta Fiesta Craft Festival (Sarasota) and the Downtown Sarasota Craft Festivals, among others. For information about sponsorships and advertising, call 678-493-9058 or email: info@artfestival. com. For more information on the Downtown Venice Craft Festival or other ACE craft shows across the country, call 561-7466615 or visit: ArtFestival. com.10th annual Craft Festival means fall is coming By SHARON KUNKLEGUEST WRITERIn response to the recent passing of the legendary Aretha Franklin, Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe will present Salute to the Queen: A Tribute to Aretha Franklin.Ž This special celebration of the life and legacy of the Queen of Soul will feature popular WBTT artists Naarai Jacobs and founding member Teresa Stanley. The performance will showcase many of Franklins best-loved songs and will recognize her remarkable achievements. WBTT Founder and Artistic Director Nate Jacobs will narrate the tribute. Songs will include Respect,Ž (You Make Me Feel Like) a Natural Woman,Ž Think,Ž Chain of FoolsŽ and many more. With Ms. Franklins passing, I feel its important to pay homage to her tremendous talent and honor her immeasurable contributions to American music,Ž Jacobs said. WBTT patrons know that we are already planning to present my original musical, Love Sung in the Key of Aretha, in March, as part of our regular 2018-19 season. But because of my strong personal feelings and the outpouring of emotion from WBTT fans, I knew we also had to do something sooner, so we are organizing this special additional tribute to her.Ž The Troupe is thrilled to welcome back Stanley and Jacobs, both of whom have been strongly affected by Franklins life and music. Stanley has enjoyed success on Broadway in productions including The Color PurpleŽ and Rock of Ages,Ž and Jacobs „ Nates daughter and a longtime performer with WBTT „ has performed with artists including Beyonc and Logic since moving to Los Angeles several years ago. Backup vocalists will be Nate Jacobs, Ariel Blue and Simone Hicks. Music director is Robert Henderson, who will also play piano; the tribute band will include James E. Dodge II on bass, Etienne EJŽ Porter on drums and Liston Gregory on auxiliary keys. Performances take place Sept. 11-15 at Westcoast Black Theatre (1012 N. Orange Ave., Sarasota) at 8 p.m., with a 2 p.m. matinee on Friday, Sept. 14. Tickets are $39 for adults, $20 for students and active military with valid ID. Call 941-366-1505 or visit: WestCoastBlackTheatre. org.About WBTTThe mission of Westcoast Black Theatre Troupe is to produce professional theater that promotes and celebrates the African-American experience, to attract diverse audiences, to support and develop African-American artists and to build the self-esteem of AfricanAmerican youth. For more information, call 941-366-1505 or visit: WestCoastBlackTheatre. org.WBTT to honor Aretha FranklinMusical revue to feature the late Queen of Souls greatest hits, sung by female powerhouses on WBTTs mainstage Sept. 11-15 Teresa Stanley Naari JacobsPUZZLE ANSWERSPuzzles on pages 29-30 S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S 7 LITTLE WORD S S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S J UMBLE S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S CRYPTOQUIP S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S KE N KE N S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S CHALLE N GER S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S S UDOKU S OLUTIO N TO TODAY' S CRO SS WORDQ 1 Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: K Q 9 8 4 2 AK 10 9 8 2 10 SOUTHWESTNORTHEAST 1 Pass1NTPass ?What call would you make? AShould you bid 2S, you are destined to find partner with one spade and five hearts. Please, bid 2H. Q 2 North-South vulnerable, as South, you hold: AK Q 2 A9 7 6 4 3 A9 3 SOUTHWESTNORTHEAST 1NTPass2 *Pass ? *Transferto heartsWhat call would you make? ANo matter how good your hand is, just accept the transfer unless you have four-card support. Bid 2H. Q 3 East-West vulnerable, as South, you hold: 3 J AK Q 9 8 7 4 3 A7 4 SOUTHWESTNORTHEAST 1 1 1 4 ?What call would you make? AAre you going to defend 4H with this hand? Of course not. Bid 5D. Q 4 Both vulnerable, as South, you hold: A9 8 4 A8 3 Q 5 4 K 10 6Partner opens 1D and right-hand opponent bids 1S. What call would you make? ABid 3NT. What else? Q 5 North-South vulnerable, as South, you hold: AK 9 8 2 Void A5 4 2 Q 9 7 6With the opponents passing, you open 1S and partner responds 2H. What call would you make? ADont bid at the three level without extra values. Bid 2S. Arare case where rebidding a five-card suit is best. Q 6 East-West vulnerable, as South, you hold: K Q 7 5 AK AQ K Q 9 8 7 SOUTHWESTNORTHEAST 2 Pass2 Pass 2NTPass3 *Pass 3 Pass3NTPass ? *Transferto heartsWhat call would you make? AYou have a great hand, but partner is driving this bus. 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None Single Family Residence Cash 8/17/2018 $685.77 $643.92 0.94ML# STATUS ADDRESS CITY ZIP LEGAL SUBDIVISION NAME SQFT PRICE BE FB HB BUILT POOL PROPERTY STYLE SOLD TERMS CLOSE LP/SQFT SP/SQ FT SP/LPENGLEWOOD COURTESY OF ENGLEWOOD AREA BOARD OF REALTORS By LYDIA BAXTERGUEST WRITERFlorida Studio Theatre (FST) closes its Summer Sidekicks Cabaret Series with the regional premiere of Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged,Ž an engaging musical revue celebrating the most beloved songs by the Victorian-era British composing duo. Gilbert & Sullivan UnpluggedŽ takes selections from the pairs Big Three „ HMS Pinafore,Ž The MikadoŽ and Pirates of PenzanceŽ „ and gives them a fresh, new modern twist with musical stylings akin to Mumford & Sons and The Beatles. With a funky new twist on a classic sound, this contemporary cabaret takes audiences back to musical theaters roots while bringing Gilbert & Sullivans most popular operettas into the 21st century. We are excited to introduce their music to more audiences in a form that appeals to the modern ear while remaining true to the spirit of its source,Ž said one of the cabarets creators, Erik Schroeder. With arrangements by Matt Kahler, Gilbert & Sullivan UnpluggedŽ features lovingly loopy and joyfully irreverent renditions of some of the composing pairs most well-known songs, including Modern Major GeneralŽ and When I Was a Lad.Ž Each cast member has been part of full-”edged Gilbert & Sullivan productions at theaters such as the American Repertory Theatre. They have the challenge of playing their own instruments, often while they (or fellow cast mates) sing Sullivans complicated and clever lyrics. In addition to singing all of this hard music, these performers are also playing it,Ž said FSTs Producing Artistic Director Richard Hopkins. In doing this, the cast “lls out the orchestrations that, in a typical Gilbert & Sullivan operetta, would be performed by a full orchestra. What the creators of this show are doing is distilling it [Gilbert & Sullivans music] to its essence.Ž Schroeder said, The underlying content [of Gilbert & Sullivans work] is universal. No matter how many layers of absurdity are applied, no matter how convoluted the plot is, their work can be distilled to a joyful lampooning of human nature. Gilbert employed the same dramatic tools that are used today, paired with Sullivans complicated and catchy tunes.Ž The cast of Gilbert & Sullivan UnpluggedŽ are all newcomers to FST: Mario Aivazian, Matt Kahler, Dana Saleh Omar, Shawn Pfautsch and Lauren Vogel. Aivazian has performed across the country in several Gilbert & Sullivan productions. Kahler adapted The Yeoman of the GuardŽ for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival and has performed at Olney Theatre Center. Omar recently starred in Theaterworks production of AmadeusŽ in Colorado and Pirates of PenzanceŽ at the Pasadena Playhouse. At Miamis Adrienne Arsht Center, Pfautsch performed in The Houses Death & Harry Houdini.Ž Vogel is an American actress, comedy writer and multi-instrumentalist who has performed at a plethora of Chicago theaters. The show opens in FSTs Court Cabaret Aug. 23 and runs through Sept. 23. Single tickets are now on sale through the box of“ce at 941-366-9000 or FloridaStudioTheatre.org.Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged closes cabaret season PHOTO COURTESY OF FLORIDA STUDIO THEATREMario Aivazian, Matt Kahler, Dana Saleh Omar, Shawn Pfautsch and Lauren Vogel compose the cast of Gilbert & Sullivan Unplugged,Ž which takes the Florida Studio Theatre stage Aug. 23 through Sept. 23.

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 11 Free LectureA free community lecture on spinal decompression for chronic neck, back, disc, stenosis and arthritic pain will be presented by Brian Gibson, D.C., Tuesday, Aug. 28, 2 p.m., at the Venice Chamber of Commerce, 597 South Tamiami Trail. RSVP to 941-488-5553. Limited seating.Sponsorships SoughtSponsorship opportunities are available for Framing the Future 2019, which has the theme Hearts and Hammers,Ž set for Feb. 9 at Plantation Golf & Country Club. Contact Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County, 941-493-6606, visit: HabitatSouthSarasota.org.Barstool Open setVenice MainStreet will host a Barstool Open Saturday, Aug. 25, from noon to 5 p.m. Teams of four will play Putt-Putt Golf through 9 holes located in various business throughout Venice and Miami avenues. There are 300 spots available. Interested players can sign up as singles, doubles or as a team of four. Check in at Centennial Park Gazebo between 10 a.m. and noon. The cost is $20 per person. To sign up, go to Made In Italy or go to: VisitVeniceFl.org/store.Free Ride to PollsAnyone age 60+ or with a vision challenge who wants to get out and vote can call ITN SunCoast for a free ride to the polls during early voting (through Aug. 25, 8:30 a.m. „ 4:30 p.m.) and on Primary Election Day (Aug. 28, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.) in Sarasota County. Ride requests must be made by 1 p.m. the day before by calling 941-364-7530. Volunteer and paid drivers will give rides to polling locations. ITN SunCoast drivers can help riders with walking sticks and walkers, but cannot accommodate wheelchairs. Riders must look up their polling location or closest early voting site before calling and bring a valid and current photo and signature ID to vote. More volunteers are needed and are encouraged to call 941-364-7530.Hermitage Retreat ToursThe Hermitage Artist Retreat offers historic beachside property tours, Friday, Sept. 7 and 14 at 10 a.m., and Friday, Sept. 21, at 6 p.m. These free, one-hour walking tours explore the propertys colorful history and offer up-close views of the 106-year-old main building and four other historic structures that now serve as live-work spaces for visiting artists. The Hermitage is located at 6660 Manasota Key Road, Englewood. Reservations are required and only available through email at reservations@ hermitageartistretreat.org.Lifeguard HoursSarasota County announced beach lifeguard operational hours have been extended on all guarded beaches from 10 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. as of May 27. Those hours will be in effect through Labor Day weekend. Sarasota Countys guarded beaches are Lido Beach, Siesta Beach, Nokomis Beach, North Jetty Beach, Venice Beach and Manasota Beach. Call Sarasota County Contact Center, 941-8615000; visit: SCGov.net.Amateur Radio ClubTamiami Amateur Radio Club (TARC) Club holds open meetings the second Wednesday every month at the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Flotilla 86, 1200 Harbor Drive South, Venice, at 7 p.m. Contact Jim Shortill, 941-485-7327. The Club administers FCC Amateur Radio License testing the second Saturday of the month at Jacaranda Public Library, 4143 Jacaranda Blvd., Venice, at 10 a.m. Contact Don Jansen, 941-223-1129. Visit: TamiamiARC.org.Venice Museum closed in AugustVenice Museum & Archives will be closed for the month of August. It closes each August for annual repairs and maintenance. The museum will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 4, with normal hours, 10 a.m. … 4 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. In addition to normal hours, seasonal Saturday hours will begin in October and run through April (11 a.m. … 3 p.m. on the first and third Saturdays of each month.)U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary seeks volunteersFlotilla 86 of the USCG Auxiliary serving the Venice and beyond, seeks interested volunteers to join its ranks. USCG Auxiliary members are volunteers augmenting United States Coast Guard missions. The nonmilitary Auxiliary has no law enforcement authority. It promotes boating safety upon inland and coastal waters primarily through boater education, free vessel safety inspections and patrols. Flotilla 86 holds open meetings the first Tuesday of the month at the training center, 1200 Harbor Drive South, Venice. Fellowship is at 6:30 p.m.; the formal meeting starts at 7 p.m. For more information, call: 941-488-1900. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSBRIEFS | 12B Board of County Commissioners … Aug. 28, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, Robert L. Anderson Administration Center, 4000 S. Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-861-5344 … LIVE TV and Webcast Board of County Commissioners … Aug. 29, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5344 … LIVE TV and Webcast Newtown Community Health Action Team (Newtown CHAT) … Aug. 28, 6-7 p.m., Conference Room, North Sarasota Library, 2801 Newtown Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-2779 Planning Commission Public Hearing … Aug. 30, 5 p.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5000 … LIVE TV and Webcast Sarasota Soil & Water Conservation District Board … Sept. 6, 9 a.m., Professional Pkwy. East, Sarasota. Call 941-907-0011 Value Adjustment Board (VAB) Organizational Meeting … Aug. 30, 9 a.m., Commission Chamber, First Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5279 Value Adjustment Board (VAB) Special Magistrate Orientation … Sept. 6, 9 a.m., Board Records Conference Room, Suite 210, Second Floor, Administration Center, 1660 Ringling Blvd., Sarasota. Call 941-861-5279Keep light out of sight during sea turtle nesting season As summer continues and trips to the beach become more frequent, Sarasota County is reminding all visitors and residents to keep light out of sight during sea turtle nest ing season. The biggest threats to sea turtle survival are often man-made. Ac tivities disruptive to sea turtles are prohibited during nesting season, from May 1 through Oct. 31. Here are some ways you can help sea turtles beat the odds: and recreational items from the beach. beach so turtles have direct access into and out of the water. beach at night. marked nesting areas. extinguish or shield lights visible from the beach, or replace white high-intensity lighting with amber or red light-emitting diodes (LED) or low-pressure sodium vapor (LPS) For more information call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 or visit scgov.net. Northbound lanes of Wexford Boulevard in Venice remain closed for sewer repair Northbound lanes of Wexford Boule vard in Venice, from Cerromar Way South to Pembroke Drive, are still closed for sanitary sewer repairs. The lanes will reopen 8 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 29. Call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 for more infornation. Waters Stewardship workshop starts in September Water is essential to our very exis tence, but we often overlook how important it is to protect and preserve our limited supplies. Register now for the Florida Waters Stewardship ProgramŽ to learn how County UF/IFAS Extension and Sus tainability, this eight-session course uses expert presentations, hands-on cations exercises to give participants the tools to become stewards of the areas water resources. Starting Sept. 13, this $125 course is open to the public, though seating is limited. Participants will explore topics in cluding watershed basics, stormwater, wastewater management and a guided kayak tour of Hisotric Spanish Point, among others. For information call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-8615000, or visit scgov.net.adno=54537706 KIRKPLANKitchens&Baths*NOT VALID WITH OTHER OFFERS. 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Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018Mental Health educationFamily-to-Family,Ž a free, 12-session educational program for family, partners and friends of adults living with mental illness, will be offered by NAMISarasota County starting Friday, Sept. 7 through Nov. 30 from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Venice United Church of Christ, 620 Shamrock Blvd., Venice. To register, call 941376-9361 or email info@ NAMIsarasotacounty.org. Visit: NamiSarasotaCounty.org.9/11 Ceremony SetThe annual 9/11 Victims and Fallen Heroes Memorial Ceremony will be at Patriots Park, 800 Venetia Bay Blvd., Venice, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 10 „ 11:30 a.m. The Braden River Pipe & Drum band will play. Local and state of“cials, “rst responders and Gold Star parents will participate. There will be Presentation of the Colors, Pledge of Allegiance and National Anthem.Coras Giving Fund benefitCoras Giving Funds second annual Golf Scramble Tournament to bene“t Pediatric Cancer Research will be Saturday, Sept. 29 at Waterford Golf Club, 1454 Gleneagles Drive, Venice. Shotgun start is at 8:30 a.m. Pre-register for golf by Aug. 29 by contacting Pat Corrao at 941-800-7180. Lunch only is available for non-golfers. There will be a live auction, raf”e and prizes. September is pediatric cancer awareness month.Barbershop Singers SoughtThe Barbershop Harmony Society has opened its membership up to women and singers of every age, background, gender, race, sexual orientation, political opinion and spiritual belief. Every person who loves to harmonize has a place in our family,Ž says a recent Society letter. For details, call Lee Frayer, of Sarasota, music director of Venice Gondolier Barbershop Singers Show Chorus, 941-953-3752.Hearing loss group meetsThe HLAA Sarasota/Manatee Chapter meets at noon the second Wednesday of each month at the Sarasota North Library, 2801 Newtown Blvd., Sarasota, which has a hearing loop installed and the Chapter provides CART (Communication Access Real-time Captioning), so hearingŽ is not stressful at all. Plan to eat 15 minutes before this Lunch and Learn ($5 for lunch or bring your own). Members and guests are always welcome „ no RSVP required. Visit: Hlas.org.Volunteer Drivers NeededITNSunCoast needs volunteer drivers to provide rides to visually impaired seniors and adults. You can help your neighbors maintain their independence and make a big difference in their lives while helping to keep our community safe. If you have an hour or two every week or so, consider driving for us. Mileage reimbursement and other bene“ts are provided. Call 941-364-7530.WRC Summer ClassesWomens Resource Center invites area women to educate, empower, engage and enrich. WRC offers career coaching, mental health counseling, astrology, meditation, “nancial, family law consultation and resource advice. For program details at the Venice Center, call 941-485-9724; visit: MyWRC.org.Elvis Tribute setAdvance tickets are now on sale at Venice Theatre, 140 W. Tampa Ave., Venice, for Dwight Icenhowers Elvis Presley tribute show scheduled for Dec. 2-3. Icenhower is known as one of the best Elvis tribute artists in the country and has won myriad national Elvis awards. Tickets are $32. Call 941-4881115 or visit: VeniceStage.com.Capitol Steps returnThe Capitol Steps will return to Venice Theatre, 140 W. Tampa Ave., for six performances „ three in December (Dec. 29, 30 and 31) and three in March (March 3 and 4, includes a 3 p.m. matinee on March 4). For tickets and information, call the box of“ce at 941-4881115; visit: VeniceStage.com.Military college entry exams setState College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota (SCF) offers free college credit to eligible military personnel and spouses who pass College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams. Passage of each free exam earns three to six hours of college credit, a savings of about $300-$600, based on SCFs current tuition rates. For more details, call 941-4081540 in Venice; visit: SCF.edu/ testing.ImprovFlorida Studio Theatres improv troupe offers exciting, free-form spontaneous fun Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. in Bownes Lab. Improv members follow the funny when sparked by an action or suggestion. Tickets are $15, available at the FST Box Of“ce, 1241 N. Palm Ave., Sarasota, in person, by calling (941) 366-9000, or at: FloridaStudioTheatre.org.NAMI MeetingsThe National Alliance on Mental Illness family support group meets in Venice the “rst Wednesday of the month (call for date), 7-8:30 p.m., at Venice Health Park, 1201 Jacaranda Blvd., room 1283. Call 941-376-9361; visit: NamiSarasotaCounty.org.Male Singers SoughtThe Barbershop chorus seeks men who like to sing. Tenors are extremely welcome, as are baritones, leads and basses. We meet every Monday evening, at 7 p.m., Lakeside Lutheran Church Hall, 2401 South Tamiami Trail, Venice. Call 941-408-1266.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.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.CodeREDResidents, year-round 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.Veteran Wellness ClinicsVeterans Wellness Clinics (VWC) are held at American Legion Post 159, 1700 E. Venice Ave., Venice, the last Tuesday of the month, 9 a.m. to noon. Volunteer practitioners sought in areas of acupuncture, chiropractic, dermatology, massage, meditation, re”exology, reiki, yoga, PAD and hearing testing, ear wax removal and more. Contact Diane Wedge at: dianeWedge.VWC@gmail. com. Provide credentials and proof of liability insurance to participate.Walking groupThe Saturday Morning Walking Group meets at 8 a.m. at Legacy Park (near the Historic Venice Train Depot) and completes up to a 2-mile walk on Venetian WaterWay Park at your own pace. Call 941-412-1620.Venice Art Center lecturesVenice Art Center has scheduled demos and lectures for 2018, 11 a.m.-noon, for a cost of $3 members, $5 nonmembers. For topics and dates, visit: VeniceArtCenter. com.Veterans StoriesDon Moore, a correspondent for Sun newspapers, which includes the Venice Gondolier, writes about area veterans. If you are a veteran and would like to tell your story, contact donmoore39@gmail.com.Art Center CoursesVenice Art Center, 390 S. Nokomis Ave., has a Course Selection Guide that offers over 400 classes given by 52 instructors. For more details or to register for a class, call 941-485-7136; visit: VeniceArtCenter.com.Singers WantedVenetian 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 at Christ Lutheran Church, 701 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood, on Rt. 776. Call 941-480-1480. Or visit: VenetianHarmony.com.Kids VolunteerKids can get involved in volunteering for charity and your neighborhoods recycling by collecting aluminum cans and turning them in for cash to help build a home for Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County. Take cans to Venice Scrap Metal, 181 James St., Venice. Call at 941-493-6606, ext. 228.ReStore Seeks HelpersReStore in Venice will hire a Warehouse Processor and needs volunteers in Venice and North Port. If you have a few hours per week and want to serve in a fun environment, You can help answer phones and schedule pickups; sort and process donated items.Contact Venice ReStore, 941-493-0529 or North Port ReStore 941-564-6307.TWIG Warehouse DonationsTWIG Warehouse, 810B Pinebrook Road, Venice, provides new and like new clothing free to foster children. Community donations pay for bills and cloth ing. Families of foster children are welcome to shop at TWIG „ a ministry of Beams of Grace Inc., a 501(c)(3) charity. Donations are accepted the fourth Monday of the month, 4-6 p.m. Contact: info@ thetwigwarehouse.com; www. TheTwigWarehouse.com; twitter: @TheTwig316.Mixed Choir Seeks SingersThe Gulf Coast Community Choir, a 501(c)(3) multi-ethnic adult mixed choir in Sarasota, seeks singers. All voices are welcome. Specially needed are male voices and altos. Call 941-379-0232, Carol Poteat-Buchanan, to arrange for an audition.PickleballPickleball schedule at Venice Community Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave., Venice: Mondays (excluding holidays) 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Intermediate+; 2-5 p.m., Beginner; 5-8 p.m. Open Play/Social Play. A pass costs $20 and is good for 10 visits to any indoor county pickleball center. You can drop into any session you want and all equal $2 per visit. Call: 941-861-5000.Walking ClubThe Salvation Armys Walking Club, 1051 Albee Farm Road, meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, 9-10 a.m. (except holidays); public is welcome. Exercise in a cool, safe place while listening to music and chatting with fellow walkers. No fee, walk at your pace. Call 941-484-6227.Our Mothers House NeedsOur Mothers House of Catholic Charities can always use donations of laundry detergent, diapers and cleaning supplies for the moms and children. Call Joyce Scott, program director, at 941-485-6264.Donate lifeLifeLink is a non-pro“t organization dedicated to organ and tissue recovery for transplantation. Contact LifeLink of Florida for more information on organ and tissue donation, 800-262-5775. To register as an organ and tissue donor, visit: DonateLifeFlorida.org or LifeLinkFoundation.org.Habitat Seeks VolunteersVolunteers are needed to work in the Habitat for Humanity South Sarasota County ReStore Monday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. and 1-4 p.m.; ”exible times and hours; needed for work site plumbing and for other volunteer activities. Call 941-493-6606; visit: HabitatSouthSarasota.org.WRC ProgramsThe Womens Resource Center, 530 U.S. 41, Bypass S, Suite 5A, Brickyard Plaza, Venice, supports women with centers in Bradenton, Sarasota and Venice. Get ConnectedŽ and ChallengeŽ offer opportunities for women to navigate life transitions, discover new skill sets, explore effective communication, and meet new people. Contact Chris Braun, 941-747-6797, cbraun@ wrcmanatee.org, or visit: TheWomensResourceCenter.org.Joey O Photo DisplayPhotographic works on canvas by Joseph John Orchulli II, aka Joey O, are on display at The Cottage Art Gallery in Nokomis. His display is titled, North Jetty Exposure.Ž Visit: JoeyOMusic.com.Food NeededThe Salvation Armys Food Pantry, 1051 Albee Farm Road, Venice, needs: Soups, complete meals in cans (spaghettios, stews, etc.) jelly in plastic jars, boxed macaroni and cheese, instant potatoes and rice. 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Page 14 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018FROM FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTHStudents Working Against Tobacco (SWAT), Floridas statewide youthled movement to combat the tobacco industry, announced that Sachit Gali, a Pine View School student, was named as a member of the SWAT Youth Advocacy Board for a second year. The Youth Advocacy Board works in collaboration with the Florida Department of Healths Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida to help plan SWAT organizations direction and goals, and provide input on the states youth prevention efforts. Students work with county grantees to support initiatives that educate their peers about tobacco use, help protect youth from tobacco and strengthen local policies, especially those that protect the public from secondhand smoke exposure. SWAT aims to empower, educate and equip Florida youth to revolt against Big Tobacco. The group is a movement of inspired youth working together to deglamorize tobacco use. Its efforts aim to shape tobacco free norms and make tobacco less desirable, less acceptable and less accessible. Sachit was also selected as a 2018-19 National Youth Ambassador for The Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids. National Youth Ambassadors are exemplary youth advocates who have demonstrated dedication in the “ght against tobacco and are interested in growing their advocacy skills. These select youth leaders receive specialized in-person and web-based training, as well as opportunities to engage in advocacy as leaders on a statewide, national and even international level. From July 8 to 12, Sachit attended a Youth Advocacy Symposium Training in Washington D.C., where he participated in advocacy trainings and learned about tobacco issues and legislation at the federal level. Im thrilled to be elected to the Youth Advocacy Board for a second term,Ž Sachit said. I look forward to contributing ideas on what campaigns we can work on and how we can make them successful.Ž Members of the SWAT Youth Advocacy Board will serve a term through June 30, 2019.About Florida Department of HealthThe department, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county and community efforts. For more information, visit: FloridaHealth.gov.About Tobacco Free FloridaThe Tobacco Free Florida campaign is a statewide cessation and prevention campaign funded by Floridas tobacco settlement fund. Since the program began in 2007, over 188,000 Floridians have successfully quit using one of Tobacco Free Floridas free tools and services. There are now about 451,000 fewer adult smokers in Florida than there were 10 years ago, saving the state $17.7 billion in health care costs. To learn more, visit: TobaccoFreeFlorida. com. For more information on Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids, visit: TobaccoFreeKids.org.Local teen helps lead anti-tobacco movement FROM LEMON BAY PLAYHOUSEFor the first production of its 32nd season, Lemon Bay Playhouse will present Last of the Red Hot Lovers,Ž written by Neil Simon. Under the direction of Gary Seddon, the play will open Sept. 5 and run through Sept. 23. In the play, middleaged, married and overworked Barney Cashman wants to join the sexual revolution before its too late and arranges three seductions. The first, Elaine Navazio, proves to be a foul-mouthed bundle of neuroses. Bobbi Michele is next „ a 20ish actress whos too kooky by half. Finally comes Jeanette Fisher, a gloomy, depressed housewife who happens to be married to Barneys best friend. After making several attempts at seduction, Barney learns that it is much more complicated and difficult than he could have imagined. The play takes place in the chaotic year of 1968,Ž Seddon said. The sexual revolution is going full throttle. Barney has led a life that he calls nice. He longs for something new, so he seeks a one-time extramarital romantic affair. Neil Simon takes us on a whirlwind comedic tour of the changing sexual mores of this tumultuous period.Ž This comedy contains adult situations and some adult language. Lemon Bay Playhouse is located at 96 W. Dearborn St., Englewood. Reserved seat tickets are $20 each. Student tickets, with proper ID, are available at $14 each. Group sales tickets are available at a reduced cost. For information, call the business manager at 941-474-9610. Information and tickets are available by calling the Box Of“ce at 941-475-6756 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. weekdays and one hour prior to curtain time, or at: LemonBayPlayhouse.com.Last of the Red Hot Lovers takes stage PHOTO COURTESY OF LEMON BAY PLAYHOUSEThe cast of Last of the Red Hot LoversŽ takes time to pose for a picture. Cast members are: Mariah Hilton (Bobbi Michele), lef t, Casey Trascik (Elaine Navazio), Jim Manns (Barney Cashman) and Jenifer Lewis (Jeanette Fisher). Advertising Works!Let us advertise your business in the Sun classieds. It DOES work!Call our oce to speak to one of our sales representatives today!941-429-3110 941-429-3019 www.yoursun.com Jims Grab Bar I have gotten alot of business from my advertising with Laura and Sun Newspapers. I cant say enough about my sun sales rep, Laura Robins. She stays in contact with me by phone, texts and emails. When I have a question, I know I can get in touch with Laura and she will answer all my questions. 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Page 16 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018PHOTO ALBUMCONTACT US 941-207-1102 ablackwell@venicegondolier.com SUN NEWSPAPERS 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. PHOTO COURTESY OF KIM BARBER Board members Carmen Allen and Sheila Farrell greet an over”ow crowd at the recent Venice Area Democratic Club meeting. PHOTO COURTESY OF KIM BARBER New College Professor Frank Alcock speaks at the recent Venice Area Democratic Club meeting to help the membership better understand the 13 proposed constitutional amendments that will be on the November ballot. COURTESY PHOTOBitter Ends members Miriam Staveley, seated front left, Brenda Bell, Wendy Murray, back left, Lois Stuebeam, Ann Carroll, Caro lyn Holmes, Judy Clements, Dianne Henderson, Karen Williams, Marge Whiteman and Anne Chotkowski, and Gloria Casey, standing left, and Nancy Marik create cotton T-shirts under Chotkowskis direction. COURTESY PHOTO Tula Watt, left, and Vee and Larry Chiulli help Joey and Brian Gurl celebrate their 21st wedding anniversary at Boca Royale Aug. 2. Afterward, Brian was seated at the grand piano, serenading his Joey. COURTESY PHOTOLarry Chiulli, left, and Vee Chiulli, right, along with Eric Watters and Tula Watt, enjoy an evening at Roesslers, topped o with Crepes Suzette for all. PHOTO COURTESY OF NANCY MARIK Bitter Ends member Anne Chotkowski demonstrates techniques for decorating cotton T-shirts with a bleach pen. PHOTO COURTESY OF NANCY MARIK Wendy Murray, a member of Bitter Ends, is happy with how her tee came out with a sailing motif. COURTESY PHOTO Niki and Steve Steitzs visiting daughter and three of their daughters children enjoy the pier at Sharkys. Pictured are: Stev e and Niki Steitz, left; Caleb Lagge; Judy Lagge; Faith Lagge; and Grace Lagge. One of the highlights of the visit was snorkeling at Egmont Key State Park. PHOTO COURTESY OF NIKI STEITZNiki and Steve Steitzs son, Tom, feeds seagulls on the boat The Calypso Cat before snorkeling at Egmont Key State Park.

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Page 18 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 By DANIEL BORTZMONSTER CONTRIBUTORThese buzzwords and phrases are music to any hiring managers ears. Prepare what you want to say in your job interview. Sweaty palms. Nervous laughter. Fidgeting. Welcome to the job interview! Unless youre made of titanium, the question-and-answer process is likely to rattle your nerves no matter how many years youve been working a job. Thing is, the key to acing your next job interview is pretty simple: Say the things that hiring managers want to hear. Thats not meant to be a joke! there are a few standard phrases that will go over well no matter what industry youre in or what job youre interviewing for. These phrases and buzzwords will delight every hiring manager. I was so excited when I learned this position was open.Ž To persuade an employer that youre the best person for the job, you have to show enthusiasm, says Vicki Salemi, career expert at Monster. That means expressing upfront that youre stoked about the position and the company. Kelly Marinelli, president and principal consultant at Solve HR, Inc., recommends coupling this statement with something speci“c about the position: I love creating content for clients in this space, and Id love to do it here with this team.Ž Theres no shame in being blunt. This job aligns well with my experience and quali“cations, and heres why.Ž A job interview is an extension of your cover letter,Ž says Salemi. It gives you the opportunity to explain, in detail, why someone should hire you.Ž Hence, its important to have anecdotes prepared that demonstrate your expertise. Choose stories that highlight your best strengths and core skills. By telling such stories, youll be helping to explain what contributions you can make to the company and how you produce measurable results. Let me tell you about a time that I solved a problem like that.Ž According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers Job Outlook 2018 survey, problem solving is one of the soft skills new college graduates lack the most. But theres a big difference between saying Im a problem solverŽ and actually showing how youre one. Your best approach, says Marinelli, is to “nd out what challenges the company is facing, and explain how youve solved similar problems in the past. I read about that project on your website.Ž Any time you can demonstrate youve done your homework is a way you set yourself apart,Ž says Marinelli. So, do a little detective work before you interview by reading not only the companys website but also its social media, business reports, and press releases„and look at recent news stories about the company for timely insight into the companys agenda.Keywords from the job descriptionJob postings dont just outline what the requirements are for a position„they provide you with buzzwords that you can use during a job interview to make you a more appealing candidate. You have to speak the companys language,Ž says Salemi. For instance, I know that data analysis is one of the crucial skills for this position. Let me give you a few examples of how Ive applied this skill in my career thus far.ŽCan you clarify?ŽAsking simple follow-up questions during an interview shows youre fully engaged in the conversation, says Lynda Zugec, managing director at HR consulting “rm The Workforce Consultants. For instance, asking for clari“cation demonstrates that you care about really understanding what the other person is saying. You let them know theyre not wasting their time with you.The interviewers nameOne way to forge a connection with a hiring manager is to casually use the persons name two or three times during the interview. Job interviews are very much about intuition and chemistry,Ž says Lynda Spiegel, resume writer and job search coach at Rising Star Resumes. Saying the interviewers name can help you cement a relationship.ŽGive smart answersYou always want to choose your words carefully during a job interview because its your prime opportunity to make a great impression on hiring managers. Want some help crafting compelling answers to their questions? Join Monster today. As a member, youll get interview insights, career advice, and job search tips sent directly to your inbox to help you become a top-shelf candidate. 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Page 20 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 BY AMERICAS TEST KITCHENMatzo ball soup can be controversial to make, but there is no question that this version hits all the marks, delivering tender dumplings and a savory broth. For matzo balls that were substantial but not too heavy or greasy we settled on a ratio of 1 cup matzo meal to 4 eggs and 5 tablespoons of water, plus a bit of chopped, cooked onion and minced dill. For the soup, we turned to the classic mirepoix ingredients plus parsnip for a touch of sweetness. To deepen the broths chicken ”avor, we added two whole chicken legs, which we removed after they cooked through. (The meat may be added back in if you like.) Chicken fat, or schmaltz, is available in the refrigerator or freezer section of most supermarkets. Note that the matzo batter needs to be refrigerated for at least 1 hour before shaping.Mazo Ball SoupServings: 6 Start to “nish: 3 1/2 hours Matzo Balls:1/4 cup chicken fat (schmaltz) or vegetable oil 1 onion, chopped “ne 4 large eggs 1 teaspoon minced fresh dill Salt and pepper 1 cup (4 ounces) matzo meal Soup: 1 tablespoon chicken fat (schmaltz) or vegetable oil 1 onion, chopped 2 carrots, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch chunks 2 celery ribs, chopped 1 parsnip, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch chunks Salt and pepper 8 cups chicken broth 1 1/2 pounds chicken leg quarters, trimmed 1 teaspoon minced fresh dill Heat chicken fat in Dutch oven over medium heat until shimmering. Add onion and cook until light golden brown and softened, about 5 minutes. Transfer onion to large bowl and let cool for 10 minutes. (Do not clean pot.) Whisk eggs, 5 tablespoons water, dill, 3/4 teaspoon salt, and 1/2 teaspoon pepper into cooled onion. Fold in matzo meal until well combined. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for at least 1 hour or up to 2 hours. (Batter will thicken as it sits.) Bring 4 quarts water and 2 tablespoons salt to boil in now-empty Dutch oven. Divide batter into 12 portions (about 1 heaping tablespoon each) and place on greased plate. Roll portions into smooth balls between your wet hands and return to plate. Transfer matzo balls to boiling water, cover, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until tender and cooked through, about 30 minutes. Using slotted spoon, transfer matzo balls to colander and drain brie”y. Transfer balls to clean plate and let cool to “rm up, about 10 minutes. Discard cooking water. (Do not clean pot.) For the soup: Meanwhile, heat chicken fat in large saucepan over medium heat until shimmering. Add onion, carrots, celery, parsnip, and 1/2 teaspoon salt and cook, covered, until vegetables begin to soften, about 5 minutes. Add broth, chicken, and dill and bring to boil. Cover, reduce heat to low, and cook until chicken is tender, 35 to 45 minutes. Remove from heat and transfer chicken to plate. (Chicken can be used for soup or reserved for another use. If adding to soup, shred with 2 forks into bite-size pieces; discard skin and bones.) Season soup with salt and pepper to taste. Transfer soup to now-empty Dutch oven and bring to simmer over medium heat. Carefully transfer matzo balls to hot soup (along with shredded chicken, if using). Cover and cook until matzo balls are heated through, about 5 minutes. Serve. Nutrition information per serving: 284 calories; 125 calories from fat; 14 g fat (4 g saturated; 0 g trans fats); 155 mg cholesterol; 476 mg sodium; 30 g carbohydrate; 3 g “ber; 4 g sugar; 10 g protein. 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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS MOBILE HOME OWNERS ASSOCIATION, comprising 992 homes, and annual revenues of $2 million annually, is requesting proposals from CPA firms, with at least three years auditing experience with Community Associations, and providing Consolidated Financial Statements, and an Audit Report, to their Board of Directors. Our year end is December 31, 2018. Our company has two entities, a non-profi t co-op and a for profit Real Estate Brokerage Firm. BE SURE TO TELL US WHY WE SHOULD ENGAGE YOU! Proposals must be received below by September 15, 2018 Park Manager Venice Isle Home Owners Inc. 603 Roma Rd Venice, Fl 34285 The engagement must be completed and delivered by 11:00AM March 15, 2019. 2020 CLERICAL/OFFICE FTHYGIENE ASSISTANT FAMILYDENTALPRACTICELOOK-INGFORADENTALHYGIENEASSISTANT. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDESUPPORTINGMULTIPLEHYGIENISTSINTASKSSUCHAS STERILIZATION, EXPOSINGRADI-OGRAPHS, PATIENTCAREAND MAINTAININGAFULLHYGIENE SCHEDULE. 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Mail resume to Jill Hemmes 1350 Beach Rd, Englewood FL 34223 or apply at CareerSource Suncoast, 897 East Venice Ave, Venice FL 34285 re job order 10754882 WANTEDEXPD, TEAM MEMBERSSERVERS For Busy Waterfront Restaurant Apply in Person: White Elephant Pub 1855 Gulf Blvd. Englewood 2050 SKILLED TRADES AUTO/MARINE DETAILER needed. Excellent WEEKLY PAY! F/T, or P/T. Will Train! 941-875-8157 EXPERIEN C ED TRA C K H O E OPERATOR/LABORER Joshua Water Control District (JWCD) is seeking a full time (47.5 hours), experienced, track hoe operator who is dedicated, hardworking and willing to perform other tasks. Regular attendance is required. Benefits include: Dental, health and life insurances for employee only, 401 A retirement plan, paid holidays and vacations. JWCD is a EOE/Drug Free Workplace. 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EMAIL RESUME TO: jharrington@sun-h erald.com 2100 GENERAL C LEANIN G PER SO N in private home on Pine Island. P/T, Seniors Welcome. 239-283-8920 2100 GENERAL The Venice Gondolier Sun is now taking applications for carriers in Venice and surrounding areas. Must have dependable vehicle, a valid Florida Drivers License and proof of insurance. Apply in person: 200 E. Venice Ave. Venice, FL 34285 No Phone Calls Please. CARRIERS NEEDED IMMEDIATE OPENINGS! We Have Several Open Positions for Sales Representatives to Promote the Sun Newspapers at Various Locations, Grocery Stores, and Events Throughout the Area. This is an Enjoyable Year-Round Position with the Potential to Earn $100$300+ Per Day on a Part Time Basis! Perfect for College Students, Retirees, and as Supplemental Income. This is an Opportunity to Work in a Positive, Profess ional Work Environment with Flexible Hours. If You Are: 18 or Older, Outgoing, Dependable, and Professional and have Reliable Transportation and a Cell Phone, We Want to Talk to You! Background Checks are Preformed. We Offer: Complete and Thorough Training Flexible Work Schedules Weekly Bonuses Unlimited Earning Potential Opportunity for Advancement Into Management! To Make an Appointment for an Interview, Please Call Andy at 941-268-5731 LANDSCAPE LABORERS & LANDSCAPE LABOR DRIVER NEEDED 941-456-1008 PER SO N to work in 6 acre Grove on Pine Island. Private home, P/T, Seniors Welcome. 239-283-8920 NEEDCASH? RETAIL SEAFOOD MARKET looking for highly motivated SALES PROFESSIONALS to work in one of our two Locations. Pay according to experience, competence, and your ability to engage our loyal customers. Must be able to lift 30-40 lb boxes. 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OFFERED@ $179,900 FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 6126 Fredericton St. OPEN SAT & SUN11a-3pm ENGLEWOOD Beautiful remodeled 3/2/2 New SS appls., Lg. corner lot, circular drive, Lg. Shed with Deck/ Gazebo. Quick occupancy $206,900 Call 941-993-5909 OUTSTANDING OPPORTUNITYLocation, location, location with the be s t corner in Rotonda We s t the premiere s ubdivi s ion of Charlotte County. Land, plan s blueprint s engineering and a Real E s tate brokerage. $250,000.00 Principal s Only! FLA GOLF PROPERTIES INC 941-698-4653 1010 OPEN HOUSE ENGLEWOOD SAT., 8/25, 12PM…3PM SUN., 8/26, 10AM…1PM 6585 MANASOTA KEY RD. $1,075,000. Private hideaway w/100 Ft bayside frontage. Main house w/2BR 2BA, updated Kit. Plus guest house w/2 BR 1 BA. Spectacular. Jeffrey Ament941-539-2338 Alan Craig941-303-3876 SAT., 8/25, 10AM…12PM 312 INDIAN RIVER $227,000. 2/2 plus den in desirable 55+ gated Community that is close to beaches, shopping & restaurants. Tim Rohde641-751-7375 PUNTA GORDA SAT., 8/25, 11AM…2PM 5030 CAPTIVA CT. $634,900. Private tip lot w/174 of seawall & quick access to the harbor. Formal LR/DR, MSTR BR w/his/her closets, dual sinks, shower & separate tub. Deb Sestilio941-391-1873 SOUTH GULF COVE SUN., 8/26, 1PM…3PM 15786 VISCOUNT CIR. $599,000. Key West charm meets elegance, strength & energy efficiency. Top end details, Chefs dream kit, numerous porches + Ann Schulz941-276-5220 PORT CHARLOTTE SUN., 8/26, 11AM…2PM 22466 MINERVA AVE. $320,000. 2000+ sq ft home on a double lot in a private setting. Split fl plan w/formal LR, DR, FR, Kit & breakfast bar, custom pool w/waterfall. Michele Behnfeldt 419-966-0567 SUN., 8/26, 11AM…2PM 123 SUNDIET ST. $309,999. 3/2/2 pool home that has been completely updated. Shows like a model home. Sury Duque941-585-9623 SAT., 8/25, 12PM…3PM 3052 COLLINGSWOOD BLVD $234,000. Beautifully updated w/great curb appeal. Privacy fence, concrete pad & extra parking, Plus a lg shed. Rich Gierulski 941-875-5967 SAT., 8/25, 1PM…3PM 1737 SUNDERLAND DR. $211,900. Newer Kings Gate newer models, open great rm, high ceilings, spacious lanai, 2/2/2 + den. Beautiful kit. & impact glass for protection Chuck Allen941-544-0991 ROTONDA WEST SAT.. 8/25, 12PM…3PM 557 BOUNDARY BLVD. $289,900. Lovely pool home w/split BR floor plan in paradise! Lg oversized lot next to Greenbelt for additional privacy. Alan Craig941-303-3876 NORTH PORT SAT., 8/25, 1PM…4PM 3995 HADDEN TERR. $249,900. Completely renovated, heated pool home w/great location on an oversized fenced corner lot. Lots of NEW in this home. Tom Wyrwas941-402-5100 SAT., 8/25, 12:30PM…3PM 4871 FOXHALL RD. $199,500. Hidden gem! Close to shopping but nestled on quiet street. Move in ready, fenced yard & storage shed. Patricia Upp-Miller 810-691-0692 AdvertiseToday! FIVE STAR REALTY OPEN HOUSEStop by Five Star Realty to pick up a home tour flyer with directions.ŽSATURDAY 8/25/2018 281 Skylark Lane NW, Port Charlotte, FL 33952, 11:00AM-1:00PMSUNDAY 8/26/2018 1650 Marion Avenue #133, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PM 3454 Owl Court, Punta Gorda, FL 33950, 1:00PM-3:00PMF OR MORE INFORMATION AND PHOTOS VISIT : WWW FIVESTARREALTY COM / BLOG /

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 25 1010 OPEN HOUSE THE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPT. WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY, MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD *We Will Re-Open at 8:00am, Tuesday, September 4th*DEADLINES FOR CLASSIFIED LINE ADS ARE AS FOLLOWS: TUESDAY Aug. 28th at 4:00 for Thursday Aug. 30th & Friday Aug. 31st publication. WEDNESDAY Aug. 29th at 4:00 for Saturday Sept. 1st & Sunday Sept. 2nd publication. FRIDAY Aug. 31st at 12:00 for Wednesday Sept. 5th publication. We Wish E veryone a Safe and Happy Labor Day!! 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! 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Call 941-488-5672 www.VeniceRanch.com Needs TLC 12x50, 1/1 Florida Room Asking 8,500 Needs Work 24x48, 2/2 Semi-Furnished Screen & Florida Rm Asking 18,000 1095 MANUFACTURED HOMES FOR SALE NEW 3/2 DblWide Delivered & Set-Up on Your Lot w/ Skirting, Steps & Air! Only $56,795. + Tax. Financing For ALL Credit Scores Avail! Prestige Homes, Punta Gorda 941-637-1122 SAVE 25% UP TO $25,000 OFF THE PURCHASE OF YOUR NEW HOME! 55+ COMMUNITYW/ AMENITIES! 701 AQUIESTADRPUNTAGORDA, 33950 BUTTONWOODVILLAGE.COM941-212-1516 1210 HOMES FOR RENT ENGLEWOOD Brand New Home! 3/2/2, Granite, Stainless, 1612sf., Annual. $1600. mo. 1st, Last, Sec. 9395 Brewton Ave. 941-214-0766 NEED A RENTAL Paradise Properties & Rentals, Inc 941-625-RENT P O RT C HARL O TTE 265 Saylers St. 4BR/2BA $1500/mo 1st + 2 mth sec dep. Mary 941-626-0125 PORT CHARLOTTE 3/2/1 Fenced yard. Nice Clean $1200/mo + sec. dep. 941-624-6446 lv ms g 1210 HOMES FOR RENT ROTONDA 3/2/2 Den, Htd. Pool, Pool Serv, Granite, & SS Appliances.......$2,350/mo 3/2/2 Screen Lanai on Canal, New Tile, Carpet & Paint.................$1,500./mo 2/2 Condo, All Utilities Incl.....................$1,350/moWEST COAST/ PROPERTY Mgmt 941-473-0718www.rentalsflorida.net 1240 CONDOS/VILLAS FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE/LAKE SUZY 13370 SW Pembroke Cir N, Fully Furn/or Not 3/2/2. Gorgeous with Granite, SS, Tile, Crown, Fla. Shutters. Income Verification, Credit. No Animals or Smoking. Annual. $1,250. 508-974-5084 PUNTA GORDAs Newest Design for Villas has Arrived in the Downtown Area. Featuring 3br/2.5ba/1 car detached garage. Upgraded amenities that include porcelain plank tile, granite counter tops, SS appliances, Center island with open kitchen great room, Master baths have walk in showers with Dbl sink vanities. Large bedrooms with a nice size walk in closet in the master. Near community pool & club house At th e Oaks on Henry. Outdoor activities such as shopping, restaurants, fishing pier, marina and so much more. Contact Barbara Lisby @ Barnes & Phillips Real Estate 941-743-4200 or 941-628-5599 1320 APARTMENTS FOR RENT PUNTA GO RDA C lean & C ozy one Bedroom, partially fur nished, tile, ceiling fans, court yard, N/S. Utilities incld except cable/internet. 941-575-7006 VENICE ISLAND EFFICIENCY1 & 2 br, Call for Details. No Pets, 1 Year Lease 941-416-5757or 323-6466 1350 EFFICIENCIES FOR RENT HARBOUR HEIGHTS c l ose to river, newly renovated efficiencies w cable & internet, Sunny brookMotel 941-625-6400 1360 ROOMS FOR RENT PORT CHARLOTTE Cl ean, Quiet, 1 person, $320/bi-wk or $630/mo Furnd, No Pets. 941-743-3070/941-740-2565 PUNTA GORDA, Clean, Furn. Room, Free Wi-Fi. All Inclusive. Call for Info 941-763-9171 1390 VACATION/ SEASONAL RENTALS DEEP CREEKABSOLUTEL Y CLEAN! 2/2 Near 18 Hole Course. NS, NP. Avail. 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To our embarrassment, you have heard nothing from us.We will be holding LT3"LordTurn the Tide"Prayer around our Flagpole this Sunday and Wednesday at 6:30pm. Then at Nokomis Beach on Sept. 2 at 6:30pm. We do not wish to remain silent in our request to God any longer. If you love and believe God, please join us. 2 Chronicles 7:13-15 Thank you K.C. McCay … Pastor Congregational Church 730 E. Laurel Rd. Nokomis Fl 3010 ANNOUNCEMENTS FREE MERCHANDISE ADS!! WELCOME TO OUR WEBSITE! To Place a FREE Merchandise Ad Go to: sun-classifieds.com Click on Place Ad. If You`ve Advertised Online with Us Before or Not Just Click Register and Follow the Prompts. FREE Ads are for Merchandise UNDER $500. and the Ad Must be Placed Online by You. One Item Per Ad, the Ad Must be 3 Lines or Less, Price Must Appear in the Ad. Your Ad Will Appear Online for 7 Days and in Print Wednesday ThroughSunday. Some Restrictions Do Apply. LIMIT 5 FREE ADS PER WEEK Need To Place a Classified Ad? Enter Your Classified Ad and Pay With Your Credit Card 24 Hours a Day, 7 Daysa Week. 3020 PERSONALS LADY 7 0 ` S Blonde Likes to Meet Honest Gentleman for Enj oying Times Together & Maybe Possible Relationship. (941)764-1695 WELL MANNERED G roomed & clean. Trim & fit, easy to talk with Gentleman. Seeks slender lady for quality live in relationship in my waterfront home off HWY 17 in Punta Gorda. FREE Call George 941-916-9106 or Cell 941-875-8000 Hablo un poco de ~espanol. 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES BIBLE STUDY BEGINNING SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2ND-SEPTEMBER 30TH @5PM. The End of MeŽ (No Meeting on September 16th) New Hope Baptist Church Fellowship hall. 2100 Englewood Rd. Eng. FL 34223 Public is invited and encouraged to attend. $10/ Workbook fee. www.NewHopeBC4U.org To register or for more information, call the church office at 941-474-7647 or e-mail kay@newhopebc4u.org. CAL VAR Y BIBLE CHURCH 1936 E. Venice Ave. Venice Friday at 9am. Study features video teachings of noted Bible Scholars on various subjects. For more info. Call Rev. Jones at: 941-485-7070 or visit www.CBCVenice.com CERTIFIED CHRISTIAN COUNSELING941-876-4416Liberty Community Church North Port Charlotte GETRESULTS USECLASSIFIED! Charlotte County House of Prayer Night Watch Fridays 7pm-9pm Worship-Word-Prayer One River-One Stream 992 Tamiami Trail Unit I Port Charlotte 941 249-8946 cchop.org COMMUNITY CENTER 4PM 7PM each Wednesday. Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. PC, Open to All Ages. For more info 941-766-9357 Dear Venice and Suncoast Residents: It is with deep and heartfelt conviction that I seek your apology.  The Church has let you down. We have been going about our business without serious concern for the Red Tide that hovers over our area. The latest news stories have shown people crowing city council, gathering at beaches and demanding elected officials that something be done. To our embarrassment, you have heard nothing from us.We will be holding LT3"LordTurn the Tide"Prayer around our Flagpole this Sunday and Wednesday at 6:30pm. Then at Nokomis Beach on Sept. 2 at 6:30pm. We do not wish to remain silent in our request to God any longer. If you love and believe God, please join us. 2 Chronicles 7:13-15 Thank you K.C. McCay … Pastor Congregational Church 730 E. Laurel Rd. Nokomis Fl FAITH BUILDERS A Basic Study to Build your Christian Faith. Call Pastor Gumm at Christ the King Lutheran Church for times. 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte 3065 BIBLE STUDY & CHURCHES GATEWAY WORSHIP PRAYER & HEALING ROOMS If you need healing, we want to pray with you! Our prayer teams are available to minister to you every Thursday 7:30 pm-8:30 pm. For information call 863-832-4418 5377 Dunkin Rd., Punta Gorda 33982 Jesus Still Heals Today! Lutheran Church of the Cross 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek Bible Study Thursdays 10-11:30 and Sundays @ 9 AM Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 NEW S EA SO N FULL GOS PEL MINISTRIES Meets Every Wednesday at 3320 Loveland Blvd Port Charlotte, Fl (Held at Board of Realtors Building Near Visani's Restaurant) Food at 6:30PM and Fellowship Starts at 7:00PM Everyone Welcome!! Pamela Sams 941-268-3589 F i n d y o u r B e s t F r i e n d i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s THE SO UND O F SO UL Saturday, August 25, 11:00 a.m.-12:00 noon, Mid-County Regional Library, Room B, Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Sing HU, an ancient name for God, and learn how to connect to the Holy Spirit. Experience inner peace and calm, divine love, expanded awareness, spiritual self-discovery and growth, and healing of the heart. Then participate in Spiritual Conversation. Fellowship, Ligh t refreshments, and Free CD. Presented by Eckankar in Port Charlotte for people of all faiths. 941-766-0637. www.TheSoundofSoul.or g UNIQUE & INFORMATIVE DVD Every Sunday @ 6pm. Dis ussion After at El Jobean Baptis t 941-769-6291 3070 BURIAL LOTS/CRYPTS RESTLAWN MEMORIAL GAR DENS 2 spaces, Eternal love, $4350. 214-794-6326 3090 LOST & FOUND HELP ME TO GET HOME! I am a Female Black Teacup Chihuahua. I Got Lost at Placida Ave. & Florida Ave. in Grove City on 8/12 My Name is Nikki. Please Call 941-268-1337 L OS T $ 1 00 REWARD f or return of RED MOTORIZED TRICYCLE, last seen at 4350 Los Rios Ave., North Port. 941-426-4260 LOST DOGS: (2) Small, White, Bayshore Rd Nokomis. LARGE REWARD941-237-1054 3091 ARTS CLASSES Beginning watercolor classes with award winning artist Robert Broyles at North Port Hobby Lobby. Private lessons also avail Call 941-875-8163 3095 EXERCISE CLASSES GULF COAST ACUPUNCTURE 151 Center Rd. Wednesdays 5:30pm Thursdays 9:00 am Saturdays 8:30am YOGA FOR BEGINNERS Proceeds to Venice Wildlife Center Call Rick or Mary 941-488-1769 3096 RELIGION CLASSES BEGIN YOUR DAY IN BIBLE STUDY Christ the King Lutheran Church, 23456 Olean Blvd. Tuesdays 10AM-11AM. For more info 941-766-9357 Port Charlotte F AITH LUTHERAN C HUR C H 4005 Palm Drive, Punta GordaVarious Days & Times CONFIRMATION/BIBLE STUD Y Adult Infomational Class 941-639-6309 START YOUR DAY RIGHT Bible Study Thursdays 10:00-11:30 LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE CROSS 2300 Luther Rd., Deep Creek and Sundays at 9:00 a.m. Questions and/or Info (941) 627-6060 5000 BUSINESS SERVICES A N OCC UPATI O NAL LI C may be required by the Cit y and/or County. Please call th e appropriate occupational licensing bureau to verify.

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From $20, OBO 941-743-2656 S WIVEL R OC KER + Footstool, pink upholstery, exlent, 2 avail, ea $150, OBO 941-740-0357 S WIVEL R OC KER upholstered mauve pink chair, A+, 2 avail, ea $90, OBO 941-743-2656 6038 ELECTRONICS DVD PLAYER S amsung, new in box model BD-JM57 $65 941-624-0928 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO 4 2 Ž TV Panasonic f lat screen, great picture with remote & manual $100 941-815-8999 DVD PLAYER video recorder 1Sony 1 panasonic exc cd 15 each $15 941-629-6374 SPEAKER STANDS S anus Systems Adjustable 30Ž to 48Ž, Black $75 954-642-6599 TV CO N SO LE 4 8 ŽL, dark wood, glass doors, new. $75 941-235-2203 TV VIZI O 20 17 6 5Ž HD S mar t TV. Perfect Condition. $375, OBO 843-901-8327 6060 COMPUTER EQUIPMENT COMPUTER ACCESSORIES floppy discs-printers-ink-speak ers-cables $10 941-445-5619 CO MPUTER BA G Samsonite rolling Leather exce cond $40 941-228-1745 DELL DE S KT O P CO MPUTER w/ Monitor. Software Included. $300 941-306-8583 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES BLUE JEAN S -LEVI 15 jeans redtag 32Ž-33ŽW & 30Ž-34ŽL old but good $2 941-445-5619 MEN` S C L O THE S S ize 36 38 MEN`S SHOES Size 7.5-8 W OMEN`S CLOTHES Size Large & EX Large, WOMEN`S SHOES Size 9.5 941-258-4932 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES 1990 BUDWEISER BEER Stein mug mint, 7Ž tall $15 941-639-1517 ALWAYS BUYING ANTIQUES, ART, SILVER NEW ENGLAND ANTIQUES (941) 639-9338 A V O N S tutz Bearcat & Polar Bear/Iceburg vintage filled bot tles Ea $15 941-639-1517 BAR MIRR O R S Vintage man cave beer,wine & misc starting @ 20 $20 941-214-8188 BUYIN G O LD M O NEY SILVERCOINS & PAPER MONEY. 941-626-7785 C HAIN S AW S f our vintage Homelite saws wall hangers parts only $25 941-214-8188 CIRCUS 1977 mov i e program The Great Wallendas 3 auto graphs $75 941-412-7622 COIN 1893 s il ver h a lf d o ll ar Columbian exposition ex fine $25 941-214-8188 EMMETT KELLY C o k e fi gur i ne lim ed like new 1996 $45 941-426-4151 FARM T OO L S Vintage man cave primitive buck saw Sickle & Scythe $50 941-214-8188 HUMMEL 1 9 4 8 f igurine The PhotographerŽ mint, huge bar gain! $80 941-639-1517 LICENSE PLATES s i ng l es & pairs 60s 70 & up starting @ 5 $5 941-214-8188 LPS VINTAGE c l ass i c v i ny l soul, jazz ,country,rock starting @ 5 $5 941-214-8188 MILK C AN Vintage metal Buhl 1950s w/brass name of farm $75 941-214-8188 NA SC AR CO LLE C TIBLE S 15+ items $150 941-412-7622 RE CO RD ALBUM S Over 50 LP Albums OLDIES $35, OBO 941-876-3280 RONALD MCDONALDS vintage watches, 1 boys 1 girls both for $20 954-642-6599 RONALD REAGAN pres id ent i a l medal of merit w/embossed case $20 941-639-1517 W ALL PH O NE oak 1 900 s western elec nice cond $295 941-426-4151 6090 MUSICAL C LARINET WITH C A S E, good playable condition, com plete. $90 941-575-7793 C LARINET WITH C A S E, j oint corks and pads in good condition $85 941-575-7793 CLARINET w i t h new case, j oint corks and pads in good condition $75 941-575-7793

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New in box $50 941-330-6546 LEGO BLOCKS b u ildi ng bl oc k s Lego box full paterns and model prints $50 941-629-6374 LITTLE PET S H O P 57 asst pcs nice cond $35 941-426-4151 TINKERT O Y S ET wood 300 plus pcs nice cond $35, OBO 941-426-4151 6140 PHOTOGRAPHY/ VIDEO TRIPOD f or camera or v id eo light weight,collapsible legs, VG condition. $12 941-575-7793 6145 POOL/SPA/ & SUPPLIES **SPAS & MORE** Family owned and operated for 20 years! www.spasandmoreflorida.com Over 40 Spas to choose from. We take trades! We Move Spas & We Buy Used! 941-625-6600 6160 LAWN & GARDEN CHAIN SAW J onsere d P ro SP 49 16Ž bar & chain runs strong $75 941-214-8188 C u ddl e up b y t h e fi re Firewood Split, Bundled and ready for the firepit! Pine, Oak, or Citrus, 941-468-4372 DUMP C ART G roundWork TowBehind 750LB. capacity E/C $85 941-662-7644 HEDGE TRIMMER G as. 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A DORABLE MALE SHIH-DOODLE Puppy. 10 wks., 1St Shots. $475. 941-624-3173 A KC STANDARD POODLE PUPS 8 wks, Champ. sired, Black, Red, Apricot, Cream & white. shots & dewormed. $1200. (502)-817-3329 CAVALIER KING Charles Pups! Great companions! Home Raised, Shots/Health Cert. $1575 & $1875. Tel: 772-985-2186 website: furmysunshine.com 6236 PET SUPPLIES & SERVICES BLUE RAM H O RN S nails G reat algae eaters. Freshwater. PH 7 and up. $2 941-625-5145 C ANNI S TER A Q UARIUM power filter new Sun-Sun HW305 $35 941-423-2585 FLUVAL C3 Power Filter Filters 20-50 gals. Used 4 mos. Works great. $10 941-625-5145 FLUVAL SPEC 3 2 8 ga ll on aquarium with pump/filter/LED light. $25 941-625-5145 NUBZ DOG CHEWS made in USA, real chicken $8 941-624-0928 REPTISAFE 64OZ new for reptiles amphibs $10 941-423-2585 REPTISAFE 64OZ new for reptiles amphibs $10 941-423-2585 S MALL PET EXER C I S E PEN S 2 new. For gerbil hamsters $25 941-423-2585 6250 APPLIANCES AC WINDOW UNIT INCLUDES HEAT$125. (941)763-4818 C L O THE S DRYER G E elect. Grovetown/LBHS area. Del. possible. $80 941-441-8598 FREEZER Magic C he f 5 cub. f t. chest freezer. Works great. $40 941-639-2309 FREEZER Nice, White, $ 1 00 (941)763-4818 delivery avail. MI C R O WAVE Hamilton Beach 1.1 cu ft Like new $40 941-412-7622 REFRIDGERATOR GE w hi te, Top Freezer $250 (941)7634818 STEAM CLEANER ORECK Hard floors, carpet, fabrics, xlnt cond $80 941-740-0357 WASHER & DRYER Ni ce, White, $325. (941)763-4818 deliver y avail. W A S HER & DRYER older $100 941-412-7622 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 45RPM RE CO RD S 200 + you pick at $1.00 each $1 941-496-9252 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE $75.00 per panel SLIDING GLASS DOOR REPAIRS Wheels Tracks & LocksLicensed & Insured, Free Est. since 1981 visit us at www. SlidingDoorsandmore.com Call Bob 941-706-6445 Owned and operated by Local Fire fighter. L o w o v e r h e a d = L o w p r i c e s A M. FLA G made in U S A embossed-aluminum 12Žx18Ž $29 941-496-9252 BEATHOVEN 9TH SYMP 5cds. book & box $22 941-496-9252 CO FFEE P O T Farberware Perk perfect $22 941-496-9252 CO NFEDERATE FLA G new-never flown-3x5 grea t shape $15 941-445-5619 ABargainHunters Delight Checkthe ClassifiedsFirst! AWhole Marketplaceof Shoppingisrightat your Fingertips! FIREWOOD Split, Bundled, and ready for the firepit! Perfect for these cooler nights! Pine, Oak, Citrus 941-468-4372 FLOOR LAMP O ttLi te, for reading, needle work, etc $45 941-629-6374 G IANT JUMBLIN G tower 51 wood pieces. 3-4ft tall. New in box $50 941-330-6546 LUGGAGE SOFT w i t h w h ee l s handles one green one red $40 941-585-8149 MICHAELS ON EAST GIFT CARD $50 value, no expiration date $40 941-493-3851 PUZZLES N umerous L arge P uz zles. $3, OBO 941-876-3280 RE CO RD CO LLE C TI ON includes album covers 5 0 cents each. Entire collection. 941-496-9252 TILE &G R O UT C LEANER Mc Collock model 1275 new in the box $90, OBO 941-228-1745 VINTAGE PULLEY 12Ž metal large nice cond $60 941-426-4151 W ATER DI S PEN S ER ceramic with stand and 5 plastic contain ers $20, OBO 941-235-1839 6265 FREE MERCHANDISE 5 0 G ALL O N RAIN BARREL with pvc plumbing $0 941-235-1839 6270 WANTED TO BUY/TRADE BUYIN G S ILVER CO IN S DIMES Thru SILVER DOLLARS. 941-626-7785

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Page 28 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 7000TRANSPORTATION 7020 BUICK 2012 BUICK LACROSSE $12,990. GOLD, 71K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR THE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPT. WILL BE CLOSED LABOR DAY, MONDAY, SEPT. 3RD *We Will Re-Open at 8:00am, Tuesday, September 4th*DEADLINES FOR CLASSIFIED LINE ADS ARE AS FOLLOWS: TUESDAY Aug. 28th at 4:00 for Thursday Aug. 30th & Friday Aug. 31st publication. WEDNESDAY Aug. 29th at 4:00 for Saturday Sept. 1st & Sunday Sept. 2nd publication. FRIDAY Aug. 31st at 12:00 for Wednesday Sept. 5th publication. We Wish Everyone a Safe and Happy Labor Day!! 7030 CADILLAC 2009 CADILLAC CTS $7,000 Good condition. 49k miles Call 941-225-5716 2012 CADILLAC CTS $14,900. Coupe, Preformance Car. 51K Miles. Single Owner Dealer Serviced. Showroom Condition! 941-303-5858 2011 CADILLAC CTS $14,990. 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SILVER, 54K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7192 MINI COOPER 2010 MINI COOPER $9,990. SILVER, CONV., 68K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7192 MINI COOPER 2013 MINI COOPER $10 950 23K, Conv., Super clean, alloy wheels 941-650-8715 dlr 7200 NISSAN 2003 NISSAN ALTIMA $4 950 2.5L, 85K, Very Nice Car. Clean car fax 941-650-8715 dlr 20 11 NI SS AN C UBE $8,977. WHITE PEARL, 1.8 S 61KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 20 14 NI SS AN ALTIMA $9 9 5 0 2.5S, 75K, White, Alloy Wheels, one Owner941-65 0-8715 dlr 7207 SUBARU 2013 SUBARU IMPREZA $14,990. BROWN, 39K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 7210 TOYOTA 2005 TOYOTA CAMRYSOLARA $2,750Convert. Red w/ black roof V6, 1 owner, 176k miles, new tires 11/2017 941-979-2707 2009 TOYOTA COROLLA $6,995 Silver, Clean Car 313-850-5887 DLR 2011 TOYOTA RAV 4 $8,950. CLASSIC SILVER, 152KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 2011 TOYOTA CAMRY $8,950. BLUE RIBBON, SE, 107KMI 855-481-2060 DLR 2007 TOYOTA AVALON $8,990. SILVER, XLE, 101K MI. 855-280-4707 DLR 2008 TOYOTA AVALON $9,990. 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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 29 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Chicken Council, every year the average American consumes more than 108 pounds of red meat (beef, lamb, veal and pork). That includes 64 pounds of pork as ribs, chops, bacon and in processed meats (often loaded with harmful additives). That's a lot, but it's less than in the 1970s. In 1971, the average was 149.6 pounds per person, per year. Unfortunately, red meat consumption has started climbing back up recently. In a new 16-years-long observational study of more than 500,000 adults, researchers from the National Cancer Institute found that eating red and processed meats up the risk of dying from heart disease and cancer. That info has been in the news since a 2010 Harvard study nailed the red-meat-heartdisease connection and a 2015 study in The Lancet conducted by researchers from The International Agency for Research on Cancer pinned down the red-meat-cancer connection. The new news? This latest research found that eating red meat also ups your risk of dying from respiratory diseases by more than 70 percent, and diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, infections, Alzheimer's disease and stroke by more than 15 percent. What accounts for this beefy roundup of health woes? The researchers conjecture that it's related to two particularly damaging inammatory triggers in red and processed meats: heme iron and nitrate/nitrite. Heme iron is associated with diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. It's also closely related to the metabolism of nitrate/nitrite (additives found in processed meats) and the formation of compounds that increase the risk of insulin resistance, coronary heart disease and cancer. If you give up red and processed meats, you still have some healthy animal protein options. White meats „ chicken, turkey (always skinless, please) and sh like salmon and ocean trout „ don't seem to cause the health woes associated with eating red meats. In fact, the researchers found that folks who ate the most poultry and sh and dodged processed meats (including those that contained white meat) had a 25 percent reduction in their risk of all-cause mortality over the course of the study compared with folks who ate the least amount of white meats. So where should you get your protein from? In addition to opting for two to four servings of sh such as salmon and trout weekly, and sticking with skinless poultry a couple of times a week (limit portions to 3-6 ounces), you can turn your attention to plant-based proteins that deliver all the musclebuilding power you need, plus ber and vitamins/minerals. Conclusion: Eliminate red and processed meats from your diet, especially if you have heart disease or diabetes. Aim for seven to nine servings daily of fruits and veggies. Make sure to include beans, nuts and 100 percent whole grains. And embrace so-called white meats in moderation. Consider trying Meatless Monday (the campaign is a joint eort of Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and other public health and academic/medical organizations) to get in the swing of it. The rest of the week, you can dish up a tofu taco for Tuesday lunch or wild mushroom soup on Wednesday night, tempting tempeh Thursday morning „ you get the idea. For recipes to inspire and nutritional info that will convince you plants deliver what you need, check out Sharecare.com. DEAR ABBY: I am 17 and my sister, "Cheryl," is 16. She likes wearing annel shirts, black leggings or j eans everywhere, especially to school, because they are comfortable. Sometimes she even wears sweatpants and a T-shirt. Our stepmom tells her she looks like a lesbian and that she gets one day out of the school week to dress like a "slob," and the rest of the days she has to dress nice. By "nice" she means an outt that looks cute by her standards. It means no "lesbian-looking" annels and, instead, a lacy blouse or a patterned top. Cheryl argues that she's j ust going to school, a lot of other kids dress that way and nobody cares. My stepmom argues that she cares, and she thinks the way Cheryl looks at school is a reection on her (my stepmom), which makes her look bad. My dad doesn't say anything because he's low-key and agrees with her, but he isn't as vocal or mean about it. My sister doesn't like being called a lesbian, and it makes me really mad, but my stepmom is mean and will nd some way to ground me out of spite if I argue with her about it. What do I do? „ Don't Want To Argue DEAR DON'T WANT TO ARGUE: Your stepmother appears to be a homophobe. The only way your sister's attire could reect on your stepmother would be if she went to school unwashed and wearing soiled, tattered clothing. Not all lesbians dress in the same style; some are very feminine. If Cheryl were a lesbian, it would be nothing to be ashamed of. Children who are called names and bullied as your stepmother is doing can become depressed to the point of self-harm or risky behavior. Because you are afraid you will be punished if you speak up, nd a teacher or counselor at school you can conde in about what's going on. Your parents could benet from an intervention. Dear Readers: Your dog probably loves to chew on RAWHIDE, but do you know what it's made of? Let's take a look. Rawhide is animal skin that has been soaked in salt water to preserve it, with the fat and fur removed. Consuming rawhide can cause problems for some dogs „ they can possibly choke on the rawhide, and the rawhide may be dicult to digest once it is swallowed. Experts suggest allowing your dog to chew on rawhide for the avor and tactile activity, but you should pick it up before it can be ingested. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: We ordered a cat stroller online. The stroller is close to the ground, with webbing in the front so the cat can see out, and there's a covered area so the cat can hide/nap. The cat sits outside with us, and we take her for walks in her stroller! „ Linda in Staunton, Va.The numerous risks of eating beef and processed meats Teen's shirts become focus of ght with her stepmom Facts on rawhide for dogsHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 30 www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). To prevent miscommunication, ask people to explain „ to spell it out, to paint you a picture. There is no shame in wanting to make sure that your understanding is thorough. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Brave people arent fearless. The fear is what makes an action brave. It may be the case that your body and mind feel anxious about a choice, but your spirit will be strong and undaunted as you move forward. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Youve a clear idea as to the next step. The ones who are in your way may very well be standing there just because they dont understand your plan. Break it down into smaller ideas, and explain it again. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Maybe youre feeling a little bored with a job youve done time and again, but the other options dont seem any more thrilling than what you already have. Not true! A lateral moveŽ will turn out to be a huge boost. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You do not have to work hard to be charming, and its also not a complicated matter. You give each person the attention and respect that he or she deserves, to tremendous eect. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your realm of inuence will grow, though this is not your aim. Youre just trying to do your thing to the best of your ability. It turns out that this is precisely why people trust you and give you power. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). If the problem seems to remain the same, consider that you may be currently a bit too narrow with your denition of the solution. What else can you do to try to knock a problem out of deadlock? SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Youll be a director today „ perhaps not in title (not ocially, anyway), but directing this action is what youll do very well. Youll assemble and align all the elements to represent your vision. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). It will be wonderful for your heart to spend time with those who know you well and think of you often. Familiarity will bring a feeling of comfort and security. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Creative dilemmas are your favorite. Almost anything you choose will be tasteful, but the question is which choice represents you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Fight for your own happiness. After all, no one else can feel it, really. And as much as they might like to see you smile, your happiness can only truly belong to you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youll wonder when the right time to call someone out is, and how best to do this. If youre not sure, wait. Its the mature thing to do. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (Aug. 25). Youll put yourself in just the situation to grow your talent. So its no accident that your skills compound and that youre paid much more for them, too. New lands and cultures will attract you in 2019, and this will be a year of research, education and travel. Also, loyal and loving new people will come into your world. Libra and Aquarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 7, 3, 13, 29 and 44. 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, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 31 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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THE NEWS WIRESTATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHERHuge wildfire southwest of Berlin sets off WWII arms blastsSee Page 2. Saturday, August 25, 2018 By BERNARD CONDONAP BUSINESS WRITERNEW YORK „ Hes one of the longest-serving employees in Donald Trumps family real estate business. Through triumphs, scandals and bankruptcies, he was there. Allen Weisselberg was handling the books when Fred Trump ran the company in the early 1970s. He was handling them when his son Donald made his mark with Trump Tower in the early 80s, then teetered on personal bankruptcy in the 90s. And he was there when Trump transformed the business around his TV celebrity in the new millennium and went on a global licensing spree. Now the private and loyal Weisselberg is in the spotlight as the latest Trump con“ dant, and perhaps the most signi“ cant, to strike a deal with federal investigators for protection and to tell what he knows. Federal prosecutors have granted the Trump Organizations chief “ nancial of“ cer immunity in the federal probe of former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen as the president lashes out at people ” ippingŽ to the feds. Weisselberg knows everything about Trump entities that have taken in money and spent it,Ž said Trump biographer Michael DAntonio, who writes frequently about the presidents businesses. All of this would come into play if Trump was being audited or investigated for “ nancial crimes.Ž Two people with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press about the deal Friday, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly. One of them said the immunity agreement was restricted to Weisselbergs grand jury testimony last month in the Cohen case, speci“ cally the allegations that Cohen paid hush money to two women who claimed affairs with Trump. Whether the 71-yearold is continuing to help prosecutors was unclear. Asked if Weisselberg was cooperating further, one of the sources declined to comment.Longtime Trump finance chief granted immunity By MATTHEW DALYASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ Arizona Sen. John McCain has discontinued medical treatment for an aggressive form of brain cancer, his family said Friday, likely indicating the war hero, presidential nominee and longtime leading lawmaker is nearing the end of his life. McCain has surpassed expectations for survival, but the progress of disease and the inexorable advance of age render their verdict,Ž the family said. With his usual strength of will, he has now chosen to discontinue medical treatment.Ž The six-term GOP senator, who would turn 82 next week, has been away from the Capitol since last December. If he should resign his seat or die soon, Republican Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey would name a replacement to serve until the 2020 election. The winner of that election would serve the remainder of McCains term through 2022. In more than three decades in Congress, McCain became known as a political maverick willing to stick to his convictions rather than go along with party leaders „ an independent streak that has drawn a mix of respect and ire. Most recently, he has been a thorn in the side of President Donald Trump, keeping up his criticism of the White House even while undergoing severe medical treatment in Arizona. In July, he issued a searing rebuke of Trumps summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin, calling it a tragic mistakeŽ and one of the most disgraceful performances by an American president in memory.Ž The strained relationship between Trump McCain stops cancer treatment AP FILE PHOTOSIn this Oct. 21, 2008, photo, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., standing with his wife Cindy, encourages his supporters to stand up and ght for America at the close of his address during a campaign rally in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. By ZEKE MILLER and MATTHEW LEEASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ President Donald Trump said Friday he has directed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to delay a planned trip to North Korea, citing insuf“ cient progress on denuclearization. Trump put some blame on Beijing, saying he does not believe China is helping because of our much tougher Trading stance.Ž The surprise announcement appeared to mark a concession by the president to domestic and international concerns that his prior claims of world-altering progress on the peninsula had been strikingly premature. I have asked Secretary of State Mike Pompeo not to go to North Korea, at this time, because I feel we are not making suf“ cient progress with respect to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula,Ž Trump tweeted Friday, barely two months after his June meeting with the Norths Kim Jong Un in Singapore. Trumps comment followed a report issued Monday by the International Atomic Energy Agency outlining grave concernŽ about the Norths nuclear program. It came a day after Pompeo appointed Stephen Biegun, a senior executive with the Ford Motor Co., to be his special envoy for North Korea and said he and Biegun would visit next week. The State Department never con“ rmed details of the trip, but it had been expected that Pompeo would be in Pyongyang for at least several hours Monday, according to several diplomatic sources familiar with the plan. White House of“ cials declined to specify what prompted Trump to call off Pompeos trip or what had changed since the presidents rose-colored-glasses assessments of the nuclear situation just days ago. A senior White House of“ cial said Trump made the decision to cancel the visit Friday morning during a meeting with Pompeo, Biegun, chief of staff John Kelly and National Security Adviser John Bolton, who joined by phone. Intelligence and defense of“ cials were not in the meeting, the of“ cial said, seeming to indicate that the breakdown was diplomatic in nature. The of“ cial spoke on the condition of anonymity to describe internal deliberations. The State Department had no immediate comment on the matter and referred questions to the White House. Trump laid unspeci“ ed blame on China, North Koreas leading trade partner, which is widely believed to hold the greatest sway over Kims government. The U.S. and China have been locked in a trade dispute for months, with each side ratcheting up tariffs on imports from the other country in what may be the opening salvos of a trade war. Trump tweeted that Pompeo looks forward to going to North Korea in the near future, most likely after our Trading relationship with China is resolved.Ž He added: In the meantime I would like to send my warmest regards and respect to Chairman Kim. I look forward to seeing him soon!ŽTrump asks Pompeo to delay visit to North Korea AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump and rst lady Melania Trump walk across the South Lawn of the White House in Washington, Friday. By MARI A. SCHAEFER and RITA GIORDANOTHE PHILADELPHIA INQUIRERIf you were thinking of meeting up with friends after work for happy hour, think again. A new global study from the British journal The Lancet found that the safest level of drinking was none. Zero. Zip. Zilch. Nada. The study, published Thursday, analyzed data from the 2016 Global Burden of Disease report to determine levels of alcohol use and its health effects in 195 countries for males and females ages 15 to 49 between 1990 to 2016. Researchers found alcohol use was the leading risk factor for death and disability and accounted for nearly 10 percent of annual global deaths „ about 2.8 million annually. It accounted for about 3 percent of deaths in women and 12 percent of deaths in men. In the United States, excessive alcohol use led to approximately 88,000 annual deaths between 2006 and 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported. This study is extremely important because it sheds light on the dangerous impact of alcohol „ which is greatly minimized in our culture,Ž said Joseph Garbely, vice president of medical services and medical director at Caron Treatment Centers. Were in the midst of a raging opioid epidemic and yet the majority of our patients seek treatment for alcohol use disorders. Make no mistake „ alcohol can be deadly and will affect your health over time.Ž The study, which was funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, contradicts other health guidelines „ which espouse health bene“ ts associated with consuming up to two drinks per day „ saying any bene“ ts were offset by the risks of developing 23 other alcohol-related diseases, speci“ cally cancers, or dying from alcohol-related accidents. Moderation is de“ ned as up to one drink a day for women of all ages and men older than age 65, and up to two drinks a day for men age 65 and younger, according to the Mayo Clinic. One drink is considered 12 ounces of beer, 5 ounces of wine or 1.1 ounces of 80 proof spirits. Based on the results, the researchers recommend that public health campaigns revise their message to include alcohol abstinence and focus on reducing overall drinking. If consumers have questions regarding alcohol and health, they should discuss the potential risks and bene“ ts of consuming alcohol with their physician, the Distilled Spirits Council stated.Theres no safe level of alcohol consumption, study finds AP PHOTOIn this Sept. 28, 2008, photo, Republican presidential candidate Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., gives a thumbs-up as he arrives at his campaign headquarters in Arlington, Virginia.MCCAIN | 8 IMMUNITY | 8

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Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018STATE/WORLD NEWSBy CURT ANDERSONASSOCIATED PRESSCORAL GABLES „ Shes been president of two major universities. She served as President Bill Clintons Health and Human Services secretary for eight years. Now, at age 77, Donna Shalala is embarking on a new adventure: a Democratic run for the U.S. House. The Miami-area District 27 seat, long occupied by retiring moderate Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, is viewed as one of the best chances nationwide for a Democratic pickup in the partys quest to win House control from the GOP. Hillary Clinton topped President Donald Trump by about 20 percentage points in the district in 2016, even as voters re-elected Ros-Lehtinen. Shalala faces a “eld of four other candidates in Tuesdays primary, including a state lawmaker who has been gaining on her in the fundraising chase but who lacks her name recognition. Awaiting the Democratic winner will be one of nine Republicans, including a former city councilwoman who claims she was abducted by space aliens as a child. Asked why she chose to take this fresh path after such a long career, Shalala said: What I decided in my mind was that I wasnt “nished with public service. I wanted to take a shot.Ž Shalala, former president of both the University of Miami and the University of Wisconsin, is banking that her experience is seen as an asset by voters. The Democratic candidates take similar positions on most key issues „ tackling climate change, reducing gun violence, improving health care, overhauling immigration „ but none of the others can match Shalalas lengthy record or familiar name. Our theme is basically, ready on day one,Ž she said in a recent interview. That sends a message to them as well.Ž Most polls have Shalala well ahead. Still, her top primary challenger, state Rep. David Richardson, raised three times more campaign cash than she did in the most recent quarter. Richardson, who in 2012 became Floridas “rst openly gay legislator, is running as a progressive who says he will bring responsible and forward-thinking solutionsŽ to Congress. Another Democrat, former Miami Herald reporter and Knight Foundation program director Matt Haggman, has been running ads attempting to make Shalalas longevity into a negative. Donna Shalala, shes had her chance,Ž Haggman says in one TV spot. Its time for a new day.Ž Shalala brushed off these challenges. Its about what you can do for your community,Ž she said. As for the fundraising, Shalala noted that even after Richardsons surge she had about $157,000 more cash on hand in the last quarter. We have more than any other candidate. Ive got no problem there,Ž she said.Ex-cabinet secretary, university head Shalala bids for House AP PHOTODemocratic candidate for Congress Donna Shalala talks to TheAssociated Press for an interview on Aug. 17, in Coral Gables. MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEDeputy arrested on multiple counts of child pornWEST PALM BEACH (AP) „ A Florida sheriffs deputy is facing multiple charges relating to child pornography. The Palm Beach Post reports Palm Beach Sheriffs Deputy Kurt J. Castaldo was arrested Wednesday following an investigation of a tip that an unknown user on a social media site had uploaded “ve images showing minors in sex acts. The tip came from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which operated cyber tipŽ lines. A sheriffs report says a search of the IP address on the “les led detectives to Castaldo, who was contacted at the sheriffs of“ce. He admitted to search for child porn on his cellphone. The newspaper reports Castaldo passed a 40-hour course on child sex investigations in December. Castaldo told a judge during a hearing that he hasnt contacted a lawyer.Judge retires after calling attorney a racial slurWEST PALM BEACH (AP) „ A Florida judge abruptly retired after calling a black defense attorney a gorillaŽ during a court hearing. Public Defender Carey Haughwout tells the Palm Beach Post that Judge Peter Evans uttered the word so quickly and innocuously that Assistant Public Defender Sheldon Graves didnt even hear it. An unidenti“ed person reported the slur to Chief Circuit Judge Krista Marx, who listened to a tape of the six-minute hearing where Evans refers to Graves as the other gorilla defense counsel.Ž Marx tells the newspaper that Evans was contrite when they discussed it, and both recognized the slur as a career-ender.Ž He retired Aug. 17. Evans, who is white, was the lone judge in a predominantly black community. He had planned to retire when his term ended in January.2 get life sentences for fatal drive-by that killed toddlerJACKSONVILLE (AP) „ Two Florida teens have been sentenced to life in prison for a 2016 driveby shooting that left a toddler dead. The Florida TimesUnion reports that 19-year-olds Henry Lee Hayes and Kquame Riguan Richardson were both sentenced Thursday. They were found guilty last month of charges including “rst-degree murder by separate juries. Both were juveniles at the time of the shooting, so their cases will be eligible for review in 25 years. Authorities say 22-month-old Aiden McClendon was fatally shot in Jacksonville in January 2016. Investigators say Aidens teenage cousin was targeted by rival gang members.Irate man found guilty of threatening to kill judgeDAYTONA BEACH (AP) „ It took a jury just 30 minutes to “nd a Florida man guilty of threatening to kill a judge who ruled against him in his custody case. The fact that Alan Miller McCarty continually interrupted the proceedings by screaming, shouting and cursing the legal system may not have helped his case. The Daytona Beach News-Journal reports that jurors couldnt help but hear McCartys insults after he had been banished to an adjacent room to watch Thursdays proceedings through oneway glass. Now hes not only lost his children, hes been found guilty of making threats against public of“cials. He faces up to 40 years in prison when hes sentenced Oct. 12.Longtime Florida child advocate George Sheldon dies at 71FORT LAUDERDALE (AP) „ Longtime public servant George Sheldon, who served at the helm of child welfare agencies in Florida and Illinois and later with the federal government, has died. He was 71. According to a statement from his family, Sheldon died at a Miami hospital Thursday following a workout injury. Sheldons storied career includes time as Floridas Deputy Attorney General; Secretary of the Florida Department of Children and Families; and Assistant Secretary for the Administration for Children and Families under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. As the head of Floridas child welfare agency, he brought compassion and much needed transparency to an often-troubled department. It was Sheldons idea to mobilize when the devastating earthquake struck Haiti in 2010, overseeing evacuations, medical care and adoptions for hundreds. Former Gov. Charlie Crist said Sheldon was a sel”ess man who truly cared for children. SHELDON By KIRSTEN GRIESHABERASSOCIATED PRESSBERLIN „ Fire“ghters struggled Friday to tame a wild“re southwest of Berlin but had to maneuver carefully as the blaze set off old World War II ammunition that is still buried in the forests around the German capital. Flames forced the evacuation of several nearby villages and sent clouds of acrid smoke toward the German capital. The “re, which was the size of 500 soccer “elds, has already set off several detonations of old ammunition, according to local lawmaker Christian Stein. Fire“ghters were not allowed to enter suspicious areas. The ammunition is very dangerous, because one cannot step on the ground, and therefore one cannot get close to the “reŽ to extinguish it, Brandenburg states governor, Dietmar Woidke, told reporters. The “re started Thursday afternoon and spread quickly through the dry pine forests in the Treuenbrietzen region, 30 miles outside of Berlin in the eastern state of Brandenburg. By evening, authorities had evacuated 500 people from the villages of Frohnsdorf, Klausdorf and Tiefenbrunnen. Something like that, we didnt even experience during the war,Ž 76-yearold Anita Biedermann told the dpa news agency as police told her to grab her jacket, ID and medication from her home before taking her to a nearby gym for the night. Fire“ghters were trying to douse the ”ames in areas they could not enter with water-bearing helicopters and water cannons. The “re continues to be a big threat,Ž Woidke said. But we will do everything to protect peoples property.Ž More than 600 “re“ghters and soldiers were brought in to battle the wild“re, cutting trees to make long “rebreaks. Several roads were closed and local trains halted service in the area close to the “re.Huge wildfire southwest of Berlin sets off WWII arms blasts AP PHOTOSmoke rises between the remains of burned trees into a forest near Treuenbrietzen, south of Berlin, Friday, after trees on an area of several hundred soccer elds caught re. By BEATRICE CHRISTOFAROASSOCIATED PRESSRIO DE JANEIRO „ New aerial images give a rare glimpse of an isolated tribe in Brazils Amazon, showing 16 people walking through jungle as well as a deforested area with a crop. In a clip released Tuesday night, one of the tribespeople appears to be carrying a bow and arrow. Brazils agency for indigenous affairs, Funai, said it captured the drone shots during an expedition last year to monitor isolated communities, but only released them now to protect their study. Researchers monitored the tribe in Vale do Javari, an indigenous territory in the southwestern part of the state of Amazonas. There are 11 con“rmed isolated groups in the area „ more than anywhere else in Brazil. The agency has been studying the community in the images for years, but this was the “rst time it was able to catch it on camera. These images have the power to make society and the government re”ect on the importance of protecting these groups,Ž said Wallace Bastos, Funais president. Bruno Pereira, who coordinates Funais study of isolated groups in the region, said these documentations also help researchers study their culture. The agency has not yet been able to identify the name of the tribe, though it has guesses about its ethnicity and what language it speaks. The more we know about isolated communities way of living, the more equipped we are to protect them,Ž he said. Overall, the agency has registered 107 isolated tribes in Latin Americas largest nation. While Funai takes photos and videos sometimes, it has not been making contact with them for over 30 years.New drone shots show isolated Amazonian tribe in Brazil AP PHOTOThis 2017 photo released by the National Indian Foundation (FUNAI) shows canoes on the bank of a river in Vale do Javari, Amazonas state, Brazil. MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE WORLDUSGS reports 7.1-magnitude quake on Peru/Brazil borderLIMA, Peru (AP) „ An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 7.1-magnitude struck eastern Peru, close to its borders with Brazil and Bolivia, early Friday, the U.S. Geological Survey said. The quake was recorded at 4:04 a.m. at a depth of 378 miles. The epicenter was 83 miles west of the Peruvian village of Inapari, and 140 miles west of the Bolivian city of Cobija. The Geophysics Institute of Peru put the magnitude of the quake at 7.0. The head of Civil Defense, Jorge Chavez, told radio station RPP that the quake was felt in various locations in southeastern Peru, but due to its depth there were no immediate reports of damage.Zimbabwe court unanimously upholds presidents election winHARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) „ Zimbabwes top court Friday upheld the narrow and disputed election victory by President Emmerson Mnangagwa, clearing the way for his inauguration as the country remained deeply divided in the post-Robert Mugabe era. Mnangagwa, a former Mugabe enforcer who has tried to restyle himself as a reformer, will be sworn in on Sunday. He appealed for calm and told opposition challenger Nelson Chamisa my door is open and my arms are outstretched.Ž The opposition, wary after a deadly military crackdown on protests after the election, initially said it would respect the ruling but later issued an angry statement rejecting the decision and saying it entrenched an illegitimate regime.ŽUN official condemns Saudi-led coalition for Yemen attacksUNITED NATIONS (AP) „ The U.N. humanitarian chief is condemning a Saudi-led coalition for carrying out airstrikes against civilians in Yemen. Mark Lowcock said in a statement Friday that he echoed Secretary-General Antonio Guterres call for an impartial, independent and prompt investigation into these most recent incidents.Ž He said an airstrike on Thursday that killed at least 22 children and four women ”eeing “ghting in Al Durayhimi district in Hodeida governorate was the second time in two weeks that a coalition airstrike resulted in dozens of civilian casualties. An additional airstrike in Al Durayhimi on Thursday killed four children, he said.

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 3NATIONAL NEWS/STOCKSABSmCpGrA m 64.45 +2.17 +45.4AMGYackFocN d 22.34 +.16 +15.0 YacktmanI d 24.17 +.15 +14.8AberdeenIntlSmCpA m 31.12 +.56 +10.0AkreFocRetail m 36.92 +.21 +26.4AlgerSmCpGrB m 8.14 +.37 +41.1AlpineDynDivInstl 4.12 +.05 +12.0AmanaMutGrInv b 39.57 +.73 +26.1 MutIncInv b 52.36 +.23 +16.0American CenturyCptlValInv 9.11 +.06 +12.8 HYMuniInv 9.67 +.01 +4.2 HeritageInv 24.97 +.57 +22.3 IntTrmTxFrBdInv 11.18 +.01 +.5 UltraInv 51.35 +.90 +29.9American FundsAMCpA m 34.40 +.66 +24.5 AmrcnBalA m 27.86 +.16 +10.5 AmrcnHiIncA m 10.24 +.02 +4.3 AmrcnMutA m 42.57 +.23 +15.0 BdfAmrcA m 12.61 +.03 -.9 CptWldGrIncA m 51.07 +.66 +9.7 CptlIncBldrA m 60.69 +.08 +2.9 EuroPacGrA m 53.29 +.99 +4.1 FdmtlInvsA m 64.42 +.50 +15.8 GlbBalA m 31.98 +.26 +4.2 GrfAmrcA m 55.65 +1.00 +24.1 IncAmrcA m 23.30 +.07 +7.8 InvCAmrcA m 41.52 +.19 +16.3 NewWldA m 64.23 +1.00 +3.9 NwPrspctvA m 46.43 +.89 +15.3 SmCpWldA m 60.28 +1.44 +18.9 TheNewEcoA m 49.01 +1.13 +22.7 WAMtInvsA m 46.40 +.35 +17.1BairdAggrgateBdInstl 10.61 +.03 -.5 CorPlusBdInstl 10.95 +.03 -.2BaronAsstRetail b 80.30 +1.17 +25.8 GrRetail b 81.45 +1.52 +32.5 PtnrsRetail b 60.22 +1.34 +28.6BerkshireFoc d 28.64 +1.38 +46.7BlackRockAlCpEngyRsInvA m 11.84 +.39 +24.1 EqDivInstl 23.83 +.24 +14.9 GlbAllcIncInstl 19.72 +.12 +3.5 GlbAllcIncInvA m 19.60 +.12 +3.2 HYBdSvc b 7.68 +.02 +4.2 StrIncOpIns 9.75 +.01 +1.6 TactOppsInvA m 14.96 +.11 +9.3BruceBruce 542.66 -.63 +6.9CGMFoc 45.68 +.16 -8.1ClipperClipper 124.15 +1.38 +18.0ColumbiaLgCpValA m 14.64 +.08 +11.4DFAEMktCorEqI 21.15 +.41 -1.0 EmMktsValInstl 29.44 +.56 +1.1 FvYrGlbFIIns 10.95 ... +.4 IntlCorEqIns 13.87 +.22 +5.0 IntlSmCoInstl 20.49 +.39 +5.3 IntlSmCpValIns 21.35 +.38 +.7 USCorEq1Instl 24.69 +.27 +22.2 USCorEqIIInstl 23.15 +.26 +21.5 USLgCpValInstl 40.01 +.35 +16.4 USSmCpInstl 39.75 +.69 +25.9 USSmCpValInstl 41.62 +.83 +25.0 USTrgtedValIns 26.85 +.45 +24.0Delaware InvStrategicIncA m 7.99 +.02 -.5DeutscheCorEqA m 29.71 +.24 +20.9 CorEqS 30.02 +.24 +21.2 GNMAS x 13.35 -.01 -.3Dodge & CoxBal 108.81 +.58 +11.0 Inc 13.50 +.02 +.5 IntlStk 43.52 +.80 -1.6 Stk 213.49 +1.72 +18.5DoubleLineTtlRetBdI 10.45 +.02 +.6 TtlRetBdN b 10.45 +.03 +.4DreyfusMidCpIdxInvs 40.10 +.50 +21.0 MnBd 11.58 +.01 +.9 NYTxExBd 14.56 ... +.3 OppcSmCpInv 39.84 +.74 +24.9 ShrtTrmIncD 10.09 +.01 -.6Eaton VanceDivBldrA m 15.17 +.05 +19.2EdgewoodGrInstl 35.42 +.77 +27.6FMICommonStk 27.87 +.11 +15.3 LgCp 22.84 +.12 +17.0FPACptl 34.56 +.58 +10.4 Crescent d 35.62 +.41 +8.7FederatedHiIncBdA f 7.41 +.02 +2.3 IntlSmMidCoA m 39.20 +.84 +8.1 KaufmannA m 6.67 +.23 +30.6Fidelity500IdxIns 100.71 +.87 +20.1 500IdxInsPrm 100.71 +.88 +20.1 500IndexPrm 100.71 +.88 +20.1 AsstMgr50% 18.64 +.16 +7.6 BCGrowth 103.71 +2.43 +30.2 Balanced 25.21 +.22 +13.6 Canada 54.25 +.05 +6.9 Cap&Inc 10.13 +.09 +5.9 Contrafund 13.89 +.28 +26.1 ContrafundK 13.89 +.28 +26.2 DivGro 34.29 +.11 +16.4 EmMkts 30.04 +.66 +.9 EmergMketsOpps 19.27 +.38 -3.6 EmergingAsia 42.11 +1.01 +3.7 ExMktIdxPr 69.25 +1.23 +24.7 Fidelity 47.51 +.50 +22.3 FocusedStock 26.85 +.59 +31.5 FourinOneIdx 46.41 +.47 +13.4 Frdm 2020 16.50 +.15 +7.6 Frdm 2025 14.41 +.15 +8.4 Frdm 2030 18.10 +.22 +10.1 GNMA 11.16 +.01 -.5 GroCo 19.84 +.60 +32.6 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn 12 mo Fund NAV chg %rtn Mutual Funds Interest ratesBond prices recovered after an early fall. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note was unchanged at 2.82 percent. NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 5.00 4.50 4.25 1.88 1.38 1.13 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 2.09 2.07 +0.02 1.02 6-month T-bill 2.22 2.18 +0.04 1.12 52-wk T-bill 2.42 2.42 ... 1.23 2-year T-note 2.61 2.60 +0.01 1.33 5-year T-note 2.72 2.71 +0.01 1.78 7-year T-note 2.78 2.77 +0.01 2.02 10-year T-note 2.82 2.82 ... 2.20 30-year T-bond 2.97 2.97 ... 2.77 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.02 2.01 +0.01 1.52 Barclays USAggregate 3.27 3.27 ... 2.45 Barclays US Corp 3.91 3.91 ... 3.10 Barclays US High Yield 6.25 6.24 +0.01 5.77 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.84 3.84 ... 3.62 10-Yr. TIPS .73 .74 -0.01 .43Commodities Oil prices continued to rise, capping off a strong week. Metals prices bounced back from their recent declines.Crude Oil (bbl) 68.72 67.83 +1.31 +13.7 Ethanol (gal) 1.31 1.29 +1.47 -1.2 Heating Oil (gal) 2.20 2.18 +1.23 +6.1 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.92 2.96 -1.59 -1.2 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.08 2.06 +0.91 +15.5 FUELS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Gold (oz) 1206.30 1187.00 +1.63 -7.7 Silver (oz) 14.78 14.53 +1.73 -13.4 Platinum (oz) 789.40 778.40 +1.41 -15.5 Copper (lb) 2.70 2.65 +1.75 -17.7 METALS CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.06 1.08 -1.57 -13.6 Coffee (lb) 1.05 1.01 +3.15 -17.0 Corn (bu) 3.49 3.47 +0.50 -0.6 Cotton (lb) 0.82 0.82 +0.10 +4.0 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 441.80 443.60 -0.41 -1.4 Orange Juice (lb) 1.56 1.56 +0.10 +14.8 Soybeans (bu) 8.42 8.42 ... -11.5 Wheat (bu) 5.15 5.22 -1.39 +20.6 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG %YTD USD per British Pound 1.2847 +.0033 +.26% 1.2802 Canadian Dollar 1.3029 -.0064 -.49% 1.2526 USD per Euro 1.1625 +.0089 +.77% 1.1806 Japanese Yen 111.20 -.08 -.07% 109.51 Mexican Peso 18.9249 -.0308 -.16% 17.7044 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.)By KEN THOMAS and CATHERINE LUCEYASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ Et tu, Michael Cohen? Loyalty has long been a core value for President Donald Trump. But hes learning the hard way that in politics, it doesnt always last. Cohen, the presidents former personal attorney, this week implicated the president in a stunning plea deal. Days later, word surfaced that David Pecker, a longtime Trump friend and media boss, also was cooperating with prosecutors. And now Trump Organization “nance chief Allen Weisselberg, has been granted immunity in the federal probe of former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, two people with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Friday. The deal for the 71-year-old Weisselberg was “rst reported by the Wall Street Journal and NBC News. Taking the Cohen news as a personal betrayal, Trump criticized his longtime “xer for ”ipping,Ž saying on Fox and FriendsŽ that such double-crossers make up thingsŽ to get reduced prison time and become a national hero.Ž The defection of Cohen, who had once grandly declared he would take a bulletŽ for the president, was deeply troubling to Trump. And the lawyer is just one in a series of former Trump loyalists who have dissociated themselves from the president, intent on saving themselves in a series of nasty legal and political battles. The growing list includes Pecker, former White House staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn. Pecker, a Trump con“dant and chief executive of the company that publishes the National Enquirer, was granted immunity by federal prosecutors in exchange for providing information in the criminal investigation into hush payments made by Cohen on Trumps behalf before the 2016 election, media outlets reported Thursday. Weisselberg, who started working for Trumps family in the early 1970s, was given immunity to provide information in the same investigation. A senior White House of“cial said Thursday that the president was undoubtedly frustrated and surprised by the latest developments, particularly campaign “nance-related charges against Cohen, as evidenced by Trumps tweets and public statements. But the of“cial disputed the notion that the president was visibly upset over the news. The of“cial, who spoke on condition of anonymity to describe internal discussions, said Trump carried out his normal complement of meetings Thursday and bantered as usual with staff and lawmakers who were at the White House. The of“cial said Trump and his aides have grown accustomed to being smacked with bad news when they look up at the television „ and their reactions are more muted than when Trump “rst took of“ce.A president who demands loyalty finds it fleeting in DC AP PHOTOMichael Cohen, center, leaves federal court in New York, Tuesday. By ALEX VEIGAAP BUSINESS WRITERWall Street ended a week of milestones with a few more Friday. The benchmark S&P 500 index closed at an all-time high, just two days after the current bull market in U.S. stocks became the longest in history. The Nasdaq composite and the Russell 2000 indexes also ended the day at all-time highs. Technology companies, the best-performing sector in the market this year, accounted for much of the gains. The price of oil snapped a seven-week losing streak, “nishing this week about 5 percent higher. The rally capped another solid week for the stock market, which has been riding a wave of strong corporate earnings even amid uncertainty over simmering global trade tensions. It appears that the market is really focusing on fundamentals,Ž said Rob Eschweiler, global investment specialist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank. Were at the very tail end of earnings season and theres no other way to characterize the earnings season other than spectacular.Ž The S&P 500 index gained 17.71 points, or 0.6 percent, to 2,874.69. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 133.37 points, or 0.5 percent, to 25,790.35. The Nasdaq added 67.52 points, or 0.9 percent, to 7,945.98. The Russell 2000 index of smaller-company stocks picked up 8.62 points, or 0.5 percent, to 1,725.67.S&P 500, Nasdaq and Russell 2000 close at record highs MORE HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATIONRobin Leach of Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous dies at age 76LAS VEGAS (AP) „ Robin Leach, whose voice crystallized the opulent 1980s on TVs Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous,Ž died Friday. He was 76. Leachs family said through a public relations “rm that he died in Las Vegas, where he made his home. Leach had a stroke in November while on vacation in Mexico that led to a months-long recovery, much of which he spent at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio before returning to Las Vegas in June. The Las Vegas ReviewJournal, which ran Leachs columns before he became ill, said he suffered another stroke Monday. Champagne wishes and caviar dreamsŽ was Leachs sign-off at the end of every episode of his syndicated shows decade-long run that began in 1984.Georgia county scraps plan to close most polling placesATLANTA (AP) „ Election of“cials in a majority black county in rural south Georgia took less than a minute Friday to scrap a proposal to eliminate most of the local polling places, after the plan drew criticism from all over the country. Concern about the proposal to close seven of the countys nine voting locations was overwhelming,Ž and is an encouraging reminder that protecting the right to vote remains a fundamental American principle,Ž the elections board in Randolph County said in a statement. Voting and civil rights groups applauded the decision but said the episode demonstrates the need to restore Voting Rights Act protections that were tossed out by the U.S. Supreme Court in 2013.Powell signals more hikes ahead if US economy stays strongWASHINGTON (AP) „ Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell signaled Friday that he expects the Fed to continue gradually raising interest rates if the U.S. economic expansion remains strong. Powell added that while annual in”ation has risen to near the Feds 2 percent target rate, it doesnt seem likely to accelerate above that point. That suggests that he doesnt foresee a need for the Fed to step up its rate hikes. Next month, the Fed is widely expected to resume raising rates. Powell sketched a positive picture of the U.S. economy and said the Feds incremental approach to raising rates has so far succeeded. The economy is strong,Ž he said. In”ation is near our 2 percent objective and most people who want a job are “nding one.ŽEx-CDC director Frieden accused of groping womans buttocksNEW YORK (AP) „ A former director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was accused of grabbing a womans behind and was arrested on Friday on a sex abuse charge but said the womans allegation does not re”ectŽ who he is or the values he has. Dr. Thomas Frieden appeared in Brooklyn Criminal Court on Friday in connection with what the woman says happened on Oct. 20, 2017, at his Brooklyn home. He did not enter a plea. The woman reported the encounter in July, and Frieden was taken into custody after an investigation. The accuser, a 55-yearold woman who knew Frieden, told police that he grabbed her buttocks. Frieden is charged with forcible touching, sex abuse and harassment.

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The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the National Chicken Council, every year the average American consumes more than 108 pounds of red meat (beef, lamb, veal and pork). That includes 64 pounds of pork as ribs, chops, bacon and in processed meats (often loaded with harmful additives). That's a lot, but it's less than in the 1970s. In 1971, the average was 149.6 pounds per person, per year. Unfortunately, red meat consumption has started climbing back up recently. In a new 16-years-long observational study of more than 500,000 adults, researchers from the National Cancer Institute found that eating red and processed meats up the risk of dying from heart disease and cancer. That info has been in the news since a 2010 Harvard study nailed the red-meat-heartdisease connection and a 2015 study in The Lancet conducted by researchers from The International Agency for Research on Cancer pinned down the red-meat-cancer connection. The new news? This latest research found that eating red meat also ups your risk of dying from respiratory diseases by more than 70 percent, and diabetes, liver disease, kidney disease, infections, Alzheimer's disease and stroke by more than 15 percent. What accounts for this beefy roundup of health woes? The researchers conjecture that it's related to two particularly damaging inammatory triggers in red and processed meats: heme iron and nitrate/nitrite. Heme iron is associated with diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. It's also closely related to the metabolism of nitrate/nitrite (additives found in processed meats) and the formation of compounds that increase the risk of insulin resistance, coronary heart disease and cancer. If you give up red and processed meats, you still have some healthy animal protein options. White meats „ chicken, turkey (always skinless, please) and sh like salmon and ocean trout „ don't seem to cause the health woes associated with eating red meats. In fact, the researchers found that folks who ate the most poultry and sh and dodged processed meats (including those that contained white meat) had a 25 percent reduction in their risk of all-cause mortality over the course of the study compared with folks who ate the least amount of white meats. So where should you get your protein from? In addition to opting for two to four servings of sh such as salmon and trout weekly, and sticking with skinless poultry a couple of times a week (limit portions to 3-6 ounces), you can turn your attention to plant-based proteins that deliver all the musclebuilding power you need, plus ber and vitamins/minerals. Conclusion: Eliminate red and processed meats from your diet, especially if you have heart disease or diabetes. Aim for seven to nine servings daily of fruits and veggies. Make sure to include beans, nuts and 100 percent whole grains. And embrace so-called white meats in moderation. Consider trying Meatless Monday (the campaign is a joint eort of Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future and other public health and academic/medical organizations) to get in the swing of it. The rest of the week, you can dish up a tofu taco for Tuesday lunch or wild mushroom soup on Wednesday night, tempting tempeh Thursday morning „ you get the idea. For recipes to inspire and nutritional info that will convince you plants deliver what you need, check out Sharecare.com. DEAR ABBY: I am 17 and my sister, "Cheryl," is 16. She likes wearing annel shirts, black leggings or j eans everywhere, especially to school, because they are comfortable. Sometimes she even wears sweatpants and a T-shirt. Our stepmom tells her she looks like a lesbian and that she gets one day out of the school week to dress like a "slob," and the rest of the days she has to dress nice. By "nice" she means an outt that looks cute by her standards. It means no "lesbian-looking" annels and, instead, a lacy blouse or a patterned top. Cheryl argues that she's j ust going to school, a lot of other kids dress that way and nobody cares. My stepmom argues that she cares, and she thinks the way Cheryl looks at school is a reection on her (my stepmom), which makes her look bad. My dad doesn't say anything because he's low-key and agrees with her, but he isn't as vocal or mean about it. My sister doesn't like being called a lesbian, and it makes me really mad, but my stepmom is mean and will nd some way to ground me out of spite if I argue with her about it. What do I do? „ Don't Want To Argue DEAR DON'T WANT TO ARGUE: Your stepmother appears to be a homophobe. The only way your sister's attire could reect on your stepmother would be if she went to school unwashed and wearing soiled, tattered clothing. Not all lesbians dress in the same style; some are very feminine. If Cheryl were a lesbian, it would be nothing to be ashamed of. Children who are called names and bullied as your stepmother is doing can become depressed to the point of self-harm or risky behavior. Because you are afraid you will be punished if you speak up, nd a teacher or counselor at school you can conde in about what's going on. Your parents could benet from an intervention. Dear Readers: Your dog probably loves to chew on RAWHIDE, but do you know what it's made of? Let's take a look. Rawhide is animal skin that has been soaked in salt water to preserve it, with the fat and fur removed. Consuming rawhide can cause problems for some dogs „ they can possibly choke on the rawhide, and the rawhide may be dicult to digest once it is swallowed. Experts suggest allowing your dog to chew on rawhide for the avor and tactile activity, but you should pick it up before it can be ingested. „ Heloise Dear Heloise: We ordered a cat stroller online. The stroller is close to the ground, with webbing in the front so the cat can see out, and there's a covered area so the cat can hide/nap. The cat sits outside with us, and we take her for walks in her stroller! „ Linda in Staunton, Va.The numerous risks of eating beef and processed meats Teen's shirts become focus of ght with her stepmom Facts on rawhide for dogsHints from Heloise Drs. Oz and Roizen Dear Abby

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Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). To prevent miscommunication, ask people to explain „ to spell it out, to paint you a picture. There is no shame in wanting to make sure that your understanding is thorough. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Brave people arent fearless. The fear is what makes an action brave. It may be the case that your body and mind feel anxious about a choice, but your spirit will be strong and undaunted as you move forward. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Youve a clear idea as to the next step. The ones who are in your way may very well be standing there just because they dont understand your plan. Break it down into smaller ideas, and explain it again. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Maybe youre feeling a little bored with a job youve done time and again, but the other options dont seem any more thrilling than what you already have. Not true! A lateral moveŽ will turn out to be a huge boost. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You do not have to work hard to be charming, and its also not a complicated matter. You give each person the attention and respect that he or she deserves, to tremendous eect. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your realm of inuence will grow, though this is not your aim. Youre just trying to do your thing to the best of your ability. It turns out that this is precisely why people trust you and give you power. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). If the problem seems to remain the same, consider that you may be currently a bit too narrow with your denition of the solution. What else can you do to try to knock a problem out of deadlock? SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Youll be a director today „ perhaps not in title (not ocially, anyway), but directing this action is what youll do very well. Youll assemble and align all the elements to represent your vision. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). It will be wonderful for your heart to spend time with those who know you well and think of you often. Familiarity will bring a feeling of comfort and security. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Creative dilemmas are your favorite. Almost anything you choose will be tasteful, but the question is which choice represents you. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Fight for your own happiness. After all, no one else can feel it, really. And as much as they might like to see you smile, your happiness can only truly belong to you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youll wonder when the right time to call someone out is, and how best to do this. If youre not sure, wait. Its the mature thing to do. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (Aug. 25). Youll put yourself in just the situation to grow your talent. So its no accident that your skills compound and that youre paid much more for them, too. New lands and cultures will attract you in 2019, and this will be a year of research, education and travel. Also, loyal and loving new people will come into your world. Libra and Aquarius adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 7, 3, 13, 29 and 44. 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, August 25, 2018 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun | Saturday, August 25, 2018 FROM PAGE ONEand McCain dates back to 2015, when Trump suggested the Vietnam veteran, who spent more than “ve years in a North Vietnamese prison after his Navy plane was shot down, was not a war hero. The ill will grew after McCain voted in 2017 against a Republican replacement for Obamacare.Ž He doomed the bill with a dramatic thumbs-down on the Senate ”oor. Complaints about McCains vote have become a staple of Trumps campaign speeches. He doesnt mention McCain by name but makes clear his intent by mockingly imitating the thumbs-down gesture. The feud between the two men has persisted even amid the decline in McCains health. While political leaders of both parties paid tribute to McCain and offered prayers Friday, Trump and the White House remained silent. Earlier this month, Trump signed a military policy bill named for McCain, but he made no mention of McCain at a signing ceremony. The son and grandson of Navy admirals, McCain is a former Navy pilot. He was elected to Congress in 1982 and to the Senate four years later, replacing the retired Barry Goldwater. Despite his famous stubborn streak and occasional orneriness, McCain is widely admired on both sides of the aisle, and tributes poured in Friday after the family announced the treatment decision. We are so fortunate to call him our friend and colleague,Ž Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said on Twitter. McCain, his wife Cindy and the entire McCain family are in our prayers at this incredibly dif“cult hour,Ž McConnell said. Arizona Gov. Ducey called McCain an American heroŽ who always put his country before himself. A spirt of service and civilityŽ guided McCains life, standing as a model for Americans regardless of political af“liation, Ducey said. Cindy McCain tweeted that she loves her husband with all of my heartŽ and thanked those who have cared for him.MCCAINFROM PAGE 1ODD NEWSANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) „ Fed up with dog poop being left around, board members at a Maryland condominium complex are now relying on DNA samples to police unscooped feces. Jeanne Fisher, the general manager for The Residence at Park Place Condominium, tells The Capital newspaper that she came across doggie DNAŽ as an option when residents began complaining about unscooped poop. The Annapolis complex had tried emails, dog meetings, “nes and a security camera in the dog park. The condo association spent about $2,500 on pet DNA kits and about 20 owners began providing samples. Fisher says a sample is taken if someone hasnt cleaned up after their pet. If matched, a “ne will be levied along with about $90 in costs if the association decides to send a specimen to a lab for testing. Condo spends $2,500 on DNA kits to solve dog poop mysteriesALMANACToday is Saturday, Aug. 25 the 237th day of 2018. There are 128 days left in the year.Today in historyOn August 25, 1944 during World War II, Paris was liberated by Allied forces after four years of Nazi occupation.On this dateIn 1718 hundreds of French colonists arrived in Louisiana, with some settling in present-day New Orleans. In 1875 Capt. Matthew Webb became the first person to swim across the English Channel, getting from Dover, England, to Calais, France, in 22 hours. In 1916 President Woodrow Wilson signed an act establishing the National Park Service within the Department of the Interior. In 1921 the United States signed a peace treaty with Germany. In 1981 the U.S. spacecraft Voyager 2 came within 63,000miles of Saturns cloud cover, sending back pictures of and data about the ringed planet. In 2004 an Army investigation found that 27 people attached to an intelligence unit at Abu Ghraib prison near Baghdad either approved or participated in the abuse of Iraqi prisoners.Todays birthdays Actor Sean Connery is 88. Actor Page Johnson is 88. TV personality Regis Philbin is 87. Actor Tom Skerritt is 85. Jazz musician Wayne Shorter is 85. Movie director Hugh Hudson is 82. Author Frederick Forsyth is 80. Movie director John Badham is 79. Filmmaker Marshall Brickman is 79. Rhythm-andblues singer Walter Williams (The OJays) is 75. Actor Anthony Heald is 74. Rock singer-actor Gene Simmons is 69. Actor John Savage is 69. Author Martin Amis is 69. Rock singer Rob Halford is 67. Rock musician Geoff Downes (Asia) is 66. Rock singer Elvis Costello is 64. Movie director Tim Burton is 60. Actor Christian LeBlanc is 60. Actress Ashley Crow is 58. Actress Ally Walker is 57. Actress Joanne Whalley is 57. Rock musician Vivian Campbell (Def Leppard) is 56. Actor Blair Underwood is 54. Actor Robert Maschio is 52. Actor David Alan Basche is 50. Actor Cameron Mathison is 49. Model Claudia Schiffer is 48. Actor-writer-director Ben Falcone is 45. Actor Eric Millegan is 44. Actor Alexander Skarsgard is 42. Actor Jonathan Togo is 41. Actor Kel Mitchell is 40. Actress Rachel Bilson is 37. Actress Blake Lively is 31. Actor Josh Flitter is 24.Bible verseJesus wept.Ž „ John 11:35 This is the shortest verse in the Bible but very long in meaning. It shows the humanness and compassion of Christ. How can we reject such a savior? Cohen pleaded guilty to tax and campaign “nance violations Tuesday. And while not named in the Cohen case, Weisselberg is believed to be one of two Trump executives mentioned in court documents who reimbursed Cohen and falsely recorded the payments as legal expenses. Weisselbergs deal comes on the heels of several media reports Thursday that Trumps longtime friend David Pecker, the CEO of National Enquirer publisher American Media Inc., has also been granted immunity in the Cohen probe, as well as the companys chief content of“cer, Dylan Howard. The AP reported Thursday that the tabloid kept a safe containing documents about hush-money payments and damaging stories it killed as part of its cozy relationship with Trump leading up to the 2016 presidential election. Calls and emails to the Trump Organization to reach Weisselberg and general counsel Alan Garten were not immediately answered. An assistant said both were out of the of“ce Friday. Weisselberg, an intensely private, loyal numbers-man for Trump, was mentioned on an audiotape that Cohens lawyer released in July of Cohen talking with Trump about paying for Playboy model Karen McDougals silence in the months leading up to the election. Cohen says on the tape that hed already spoken about the payment with Weisselberg on how to set the whole thing up.Ž In Cohens court appearance in Manhattan to enter his guilty plea Tuesday, Cohen admitted to making payments of $150,000 to McDougal and $130,000 to porn star Stormy Daniels at the directionŽ of Trump for the principal purpose of in”uencing the election.Ž The Trump Organization eventually reimbursed Cohen for the $130,000 payment to Daniels, accepting sham invoices and recording the money it sent to Cohen as legal expenses. In court “lings, prosecutors say two unnamed Trump Organization employees „ executive 1Ž and executive 2Ž „ helped set up the reimbursement. Please pay from the Trust,Ž executive 1 is quoted directing to another unnamed employee. Post to legal expenses.Ž The TrustŽ refers to the entity that Trump set up after the election to hold his assets. He put the trust in the hands of his two adult sons and Weisselberg. The identities of executive 1 and 2 are still unknown. Just because the Weisselberg and the sons were given control, that does not preclude others from handling the business.IMMUNITYFROM PAGE 1By JENNIFER SINCO KELLEHER and AUDREY McAVOYASSOCIATED PRESSHONOLULU „ Hurricane Lane dumped torrential rains that inundated the main town on Hawaiis Big Island as people elsewhere stocked up on supplies and piled sandbags to shield oceanfront businesses against the increasingly violent surf. The city of Hilo, population 43,000, was ”ooded with waist-high water. The National Guard and “re“ghters rescued six people and a dog from a ”ooded home, while “ve California tourists were rescued from another home. Ben Mitchell, who moved from Washington state to an isolated and rural area of the Big Island eight months ago, said he had never seen so much rain. It was like waterfalls coming off my roof,Ž he said of Thursdays downpours. Rain blew into his windows, and his whole driveway is underwater,Ž Mitchell said, adding that the rain has tapered off Friday. As much as 35 inches fell on the island in 48 hours. Crews responded to landslides that shut down roads. Closures seem to be changing by the minute,Ž said Hawaii County Civil Defense spokeswoman Kelly Wooten. They get cleaned up, and theres another landslide somewhere else.Ž The Category 2 storm was expected to turn west on Saturday before reaching the islands and skirting Oahu „ the states most populated island. Even without making a direct hit, the system threatened to bring huge storm surge, high wind and heavy rain, forecasters said. In an odd twist, some residents in a shelter on Maui had to ”ee when a brush “re got too close. A woman got burns on her hands and legs and was ”own to Honolulu, Maui County spokesman Rod Antone said. A man posted a video on Instagram showing ”ames several stories high starting to envelop parked cars. Josh Galinato said he was trying to sleep when he smelled smoke in his apartment in the tourist town of Lahaina. I opened up my front door, and I just saw the “re spreading and coming downhill,Ž Galinato said. He and neighbors honked horns to alert others to the danger. Joseph Azam, who is vacationing in Maui with family and friends, hopes that rain from the hurricane arrives before the ”ames do. Trying to “gure which comes “rst, the “re or the rain,Ž said Azam, whos from Oakland, California and is staying at a hotel. Were praying the rain arrives soon.Ž About 100 miles away in Oahu, police warned tourists to leave Honolulus world-famous Waikiki Beach ahead of the storms arrival, but dozens of people were still swimming and sur“ng. A canal there is likely to ”ood, said Ray Alexander of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The canal has ”ooded in the past, and I believe its safe to say based on the forecast of rainfall its likely to ”ood again, the impacts of which we arent prepared to say at this time,Ž Alexander said. Of“cials received $345 million last summer to initiate a ”ood risk management project, with construction of detention basins, a ”ood wall and pumping station beginning in 2020 and expected to be completed in 2023, he said. Major ”ooding could damage 3,000 structures and cost more than $1 billion in repairs, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser newspaper reported, citing corps estimates.Hurricane Lane floods parts of Hawaii AP PHOTOPeople watch the sunset on Waikiki Beach ahead of Hurricane Lane, Thursday, in Honolulu.HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) „ Google has alerted U.S. Sen. Pat Toomeys of“ce that hackers with ties to a nation-stateŽ sent phishing emails to old campaign email accounts, a spokesman for the Pennsylvania Republican said Friday. Toomeys of“ce was noti“ed this week about the attempt to in“ltrate email accounts, said spokesman Steve Kelly. He said the dormant accounts hadnt been used since the end of the 2016 campaign, and the staffers theyre attached to no longer work for Toomey. The nation-state wasnt identi“ed. This underscores the cybersecurity threats our government, campaigns, and elections are currently facing,Ž he said. It is essential that Congress impose tough penalties on any entity that undermines our institutions.Ž Toomey currently isnt running for of“ce and the effort would not have affected the upcoming midterm elections. Google told Toomeys of“ce that the emails appeared to be exploratory, Kelly said. Based on scans for spam, phishing and malware, the emails likely did not contain malware or links to a credential-phishing site, he said. A Google spokesman said the company wasnt commenting on the phishing attempt. The noti“cation is the latest by a tech company of suspected Kremlin attempts to spy on U.S. elected of“cials and campaigns and potentially meddle in U.S. politics. Googles warning to Toomey comes just weeks after a Microsoft discovery led Sen. Claire McCaskill, a Missouri Democrat who is running for re-election, to reveal that state-backed Russian hackers tried unsuccessfully to in“ltrate her Senate computer network last fall. On Tuesday, Microsoft disclosed what it called new Russian espionage efforts targeting U.S. political groups „ this time conservative Republican foes that have promoted sanctions to punish the Kremlin for military aggression against Ukraine.Google tells Toomey hackers tried to infiltrate staff emailBy STEVE KARNOWSKIASSOCIATED PRESSMINNEAPOLIS „ The family of the late rock star Prince is suing a doctor who prescribed pain pills for him, saying the doctor failed to treat him for opiate addiction and therefore bears responsibility for his death two years ago, their attorney announced Friday. Prince Rogers Nelson died of an accidental overdose of fentanyl April 15, 2016. Authorities say Dr. Michael Schulenberg admitted prescribing a different opioid to Prince in the days before he died, oxycodone, under his bodyguards name to protect the musicians privacy. Schulenberg has disputed that, although he paid $30,000 to settle a federal civil violation alleging that the drug was prescribed illegally. The lawsuit “led in Hennepin County District Court this week alleges that Schulenberg and others had an opportunity and duty during the weeks before Princes death to diagnose and treat Princes opioid addiction, and to prevent his death. They failed to do so.Ž According to the complaint, which was “rst reported by ABC News. com, Princes family seeks unspeci“ed damages in excess of $50,000. An attorney for Princes six surviving siblings said Friday that the new lawsuit will eventually replace a lawsuit they “led in April in Illinois to beat a legal deadline. A week before he died, Prince lost consciousness on a ”ight home from playing a concert in Atlanta. The plane made an emergency stop in Moline, Illinois, where he was revived at Trinity Medical Center with a drug that reverses opioid overdoses. Prince lived in Minnesota all his life and passed away here, so we always thought his familys lawsuit belonged in Minnesota,Ž attorney John Goetz said in a statement. He said they now have suf“cient legal grounds to pursue the lawsuit in Princes home state.Princes family sues doctor who prescribed him pain pills

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Page 2 Friday, August 24, 2018 TEAM-BY-TEAM SCHEDULES *District Game All games at 7:30 unless otherwise noted PHOTO BY TIM KERN Wyatt Soucy leads his Manta Rays onto the eld for their kicko classic against Bishop Verot. PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELLQuarterback Hayden Wol throws a short pass to No. 2 Brian Taylor.

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 3 Writers: Ben Baugh, Jacob Hoag and Vincent Portell of the Sun staff and correspondents Chuck Ballaro and Steve Knapp. Photography: Christopher Blake, Tom ONeill, Tim Kern, Justin Fennell and Steve Knapp. Design and layout: Copy editor Billy Carlson. Editing: Ben Baugh and Billy Carlson of the Sunstaff. Cover photo: Tom ONeill Cover design: Billy Carlson Team schedules ......................................2 Football, fall and Friday nights ...............3 Charlotte Tarpons ...............................4-5 Lemon Bay Manta Rays ......................6-7 North Port Bobcats .............................8-9 Port Charlotte Pirates .....................10-11 DeSoto County Bulldogs .................12-13 Venice Indians ................................14-15 University of Florida .............................16 Florida State University ........................17 University of Miami ..............................18 American Athletic Conference ..............19 Conference USA ....................................19 College schedules ...........................20-22 NFL schedules ......................................23ABOUT THE SECTION INDEX Its one of the most eagerly anticipated times on the yearly sports calendar. The fall football season will capture the regions imagination for the next two and a half months, and the Charlotte Sun will be providing you with the best coverage of a sport whose impact resonates throughout the community. Its an opportunity to see some of the best area talent, on a stage that showcases outstanding athletes, intense competition and provides those involved with being part of something greater than oneself. The commitment of the schools, the football programs, coaches, parents and players, are helping to transform the young men who compose the football rosters into tomorrows leaders. High school football has become synonymous with Americana, indelibly imprinted into the nations culture, as the term Friday Night Lights has taken on greater signi“cance, adding to the broad appeal of something whose impact is visceral, tangible and is unmistakably American. Its those intrinsic qualities that draw enthusiasts and fans to the games routinely, and its their optimism and enthusiasm prior to the opening kickoff thats paplpable, often de“ning a society and generating memories that will leave a lasting imprint, a source of pride that will be connected to a communitys character. The Charlotte Fighting Tarpons, DeSoto Bulldogs, Lemon Bay Manta Rays, North Port Bobcats, Port Charlotte Pirates and Venice Indians have all come to symbolize excellence, and the sports programs associated with the schools have been embraced for their purpose in helping to shape the complexion of young people, transforming them into productive members of society, developing their character, so they understand the importance of teamwork, work ethic, integrity, respect and de“ned objectives. Football means fun, Friday night lights and family, but its also about fellowship, the friendships that are forged and memories being made that will last a lifetime. Football, fall and Friday nights By BEN BAUGHSPORTS EDITOR PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLThe Charlotte Tarpons practice on Aug. 8, at Charlotte High School. STAY INVOLVED IN THEIR LIVES TO PREVENT UNDERAGE DRINKING!Ž-MJ Corcoran, Parent Coach Parents are the number one in” uence on teens decisions about drinking alcohol.* Learn how to be positive in” uence this prom and graduation season. 2015 ANHEUSER-BUSCH, ST. LOUIS, MO GRP*SOURCE: 2015 GFK ROPER YOUTH POLL, CONDUCTED USING GFKS WEEKLY OMNIWEB STUDYwww.abwholesaler.comfamilytalkaboutdrinking.com adno=50539599

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Page 4 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL A tradition of excellence comes with high expectations. The Charlotte Fightin Tarpons have been a perennial playoff participant. However, 2017 was different as they failed to make the postseason for the “rst time since 2007. A program that prides itself on performance, the Fightin Tarpons streak of nine conseuctive playoff appearances came to end last year, “nishing with a 6-4 record, but this past season serves as a compelling narrative, one thats provided them with a catalyst to qualify for the postseason. Charlotte would like to return to their 2016 form, where they “nished 12-1, with playoff victories against Boca Ciega, Clearwater and a double overtime win against Fort Myers. Fightin Tarpons head coach Binky Waldrop is no stranger to success, having coached for 29 years, 24 at Charlotte with 20 of those being at the helm, directing a program that has been a perennial powerhouse. It provides us with a great deal of motivation,Ž said Waldrop. Making the playoffs is our goal every year. But not making it last year, puts a bad taste in your mouth, especially when youre used to being there. We have a lot of last years team back. Were excited to get going.Ž The Fightin Tarpons embody a team with a strong “eld presence, one that will make a statement as they make their playoff push in 2018. i think were going to be more physical,Ž said Waldrop. Weve got some really good lineman up front on both ends of the football. A couple of them play both ways. The defensive line is the only position where we have any depth.Ž The offensive line features “ve experienced seniors, players the coaching staff have con“dence in, said Waldrop. Family, physicality and passion for the sportIts almost as if playing for the Fightin Tarpons was presdestined for Chase Watter. Dreams of the gridiron, helmets, jerseys, shoulder pads, cleats, “eld striping paint and goal posts, permeated his subconsicous. The guard and defensive lineman is following in his father Joe Watters footsteps, who also wore the yellow and blue. Watter has a sense of pride thats palpable, one that resonates with his teammates in the locker room and on the “eld. Hes a tough, passionate kid,Ž said Waldrop. He shows up every day and works hard. You dont have to coach that.Ž Watters Charlotte roots are deeply de“ned. His father was a teammate of Todd Rebol, a member of Florida States 1993 national championship team, whos now an assistant coach with the Fightin Tarpons. It was Watters father who served as an example and was his primary in”uence, when he decided to embrace and pursue the sport thats become his passion. I was raised to come here to play for Charlotte,Ž said Watter, who began developing his skills while playing for the Pop Warner Charlotte Warriors, “rst suiting up in the 6th grade. Ive always been a Charlotte kid.Ž His size makes him a natural “t as a lineman, and its the physicality of the sport that Watter has a predilection for, allowing him to succeed on both sides of the ball. Watters “eld vision, awareness and tactical understanding have all been important variables in his development as a player. Balance and agility are important, if youre a guard, you pull up the hole quick. stay balanced and not fall over,Ž said Watter. And when youre a defensive lineman, not falling over when you get off the block.Ž Watter also loves the challenge of reading the offense, determining whether its going to be run or pass. They can out block you, you can get trapped, they can beat you, theres tons of stuff,Ž said Watter, whose strong work ethic, makes him a leader both on and off the “eld. You just have to determine what gap youre in and what possible angles they could come at you. And you have to be quick with that.Ž Weightlifting has also played an important role in Watters evolution, Fightin Tarpons poised for the playoffsBy BEN BAUGHSOIRTS EDITOR ROSTERNo. Name Pos. Yr. 1 John Busha QB/LB 10 2 Alex Muse QB 12 3 Niqueu Graham WR/DB 10 4 Ashar Thomas RB/DB 11 5 Cade McLaughlin DB/WR 11 6 Malakai Menzer WR/DB 11 7 Josh Pitts-Torres WR/DB 11 8 Tyler Beardsworth WR 12 9 Jaden Opalach RB/DB 10 10 Jake Sheets LB/TE 11 11 Jamal Warren RB/DB 11 12 TaiViahn Kelly DB/RB 10 14 Blake Chupka WR 11 15 Jackson Beverly WR/LB 11 17 Kaz Koller DB/WR 11 19 Jake Guarino DB/WR 12 20 Zenen Chamizo RB/LB 12 21 Kenny Scribner K/P 12 22 Jayden Grant LB/FB 12 24 Jeremiah Harvey RB/WR 11 25 Freddie Fletcher WR/DB 10 26 Nicholas Creola DB/WR 12 27 Diego Gabaldon WR/DB 10 28 Vandre Facey RB/DB 11 30 Lawton Hussey LB/TE 11 31 Seth Scott LB/WR 12 32 Brandon Manomat LB/FB 12 33 Eric Haiser LB/TE 11 35 Cutter Rebol LB 12 40 Michael Balcomb LB/TE 11 45 Anthony Whitehead DL 11 47 Noah Palmore K/P 11 49 Alec Baldwin DL 12 50 Hayden Roberson OL/DL 11 51 Steven Santiago OL/DL 12 55 Sean Francois OL/DL 11 56 Fabrice DuFrene OL/DL 11 57 Brett Lafferty LB/OL 12 58 Mark McGuire OL 11 59 Steven Cloyd OL 12 60 Eddie Sagarese OL/DL 11 62 Stephen Taylor OL/DL 11 63 Nicholas Lippel DL/OL 11 64 Karen Riddell OL/DL 11 65 Robert Broderick DL/OL 12 67 Xavier Finnerty DL/OL 11 68 Jacob Clapp OL/DL 11 71 Chase Watter DL/OL 12 72 Eddie Koor OL/DL 12 74 Charlie McAtee OT/DL 11 79 Dustyn Hall OL 12 80 Bryan Columbia TE 11 81 Joshua Singleton TE 11 82 Jarrett Keene LB 12 83 Colton Grimm TE/DE 11 DISTRICT 6A10Cape Coral Charlotte Ida Baker Island Coast North Fort Myers Port Charlotte PHOTO BY BEN BAUGH Chase Watter is folowing in his fathers footsteps as a lineman for the Charlotte Fightin Tarpons football team. 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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 5 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOLenablng him to get stronger and improve his positional movement. He has worked closely with assistant coach Ray Hixson, who is also the Fightin Tarpons weightlifting coach. I love the pass rush, on the defensive line thats my favorite,Ž said Watter. I try to get better with every move that I do, and then pass blocking is big for me too. I just want to protect the quarterback and get to the quarterback as much as I can.ŽStrengthThe preponderance of the Fightin Tarpons are back. An experienced team with a lot to prove makes it a formidable foe for the opposition. Returning seniors quarterback Alex Muse and fullback Jayden Grant lead a potent offense ready for a return to the FHSAA State Playoffs. Senior kicker/punter Kenny Scribner along with the veteran offensive line are part of a strong nucleus. WeaknessOne area where the Fightin Tarpons can direct their energies to improve is their receiving corps. The challenge is to “nd players who can step up and catch the football, said Waldrop. Player to watchJayden Grant, the fullback/linebackers athleticism, toughness and versatility provide the Fighting Tarpons with a dual threat, and his indfatigable work ethic and outstanding “eld vision make him a key variable in the equation. Grant rushed for six touchdowns in 2017, including two against Ida Baker, also rushing for six points against rival Port Charlotte and Cape Coral among others during his junior season. His games against Gibbs and Fort Myers, where he recorded “ve solo tackles and two sacks, and nine solo tackles, and one caused fumble, respectively, still resonate powerfully throughout the area. Grant also returned a 55-yard interception for a touchdown against Dunbar.Under the radarA junior and sophomore are two players that bear watching during the 2018 fall football campaign. Ashar Thomas, RB/DB, who continues to evolve, graduating from the junior varsity team, and is a player who has demonstrated promising potential. TaiViahn Kelly, DB/RB, will play both ways, and has been described by Waldrop as the Fightin Tarpons best athlete. 2017 IN REVIEW(6-4) Mariner (W) 38-23 Dunbar (L) 33-14 Gibbs (W) 51-33 Fort Myers (L) 40-17 Island Coast (W) 57-0 Ida Baker (W) 45-0 North Fort Myers (L) 41-0 Cape Coral (W) 37-12 Port Charlotte (W) 24-21 Playoffs: Palmetto (L) 31-17 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: Dunbar 31: at Gibbs September 7: at Venice 14: Ida Baker* 21: at Fort Myers 28: Island Coast* October 5: Open 12: North Fort Myers* 19: at Cape Coral* (7:00) 26: at Port Charlotte* November 2: Palmetto *: District game All games at 7:30 unless notedTARPONSFROM PAGE 4 PHOTO BY CHRISTOPHER BLAKECharlotte quarterback Alex Muse completes a pass during Friday nights preseason game at Charlotte High School against Mariner High School. adno=50539597

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Page 6 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL ENGLEWOOD „ Trevor Hedges comes from a team that won a state championship last season. However, being second string wasnt much fun. So, Hedges left Venice to become a Manta Ray for his senior year. After a great spring and summer, he said he is ready to take on the challenge of being a team leader this fall. We dedicated ourselves and bought in to the program. Hopefully well get better every day,Ž Hedges said. I had a plan to be a big player because of what I can bring to this team with my ability to run and throw.Ž Hedges grew up with a lot of his teammates, but moved to Venice during middle school and his “rst three years in high school, before coming back to “nish his high school career with his old friends. Coming in the spring and getting to know the guys was good and we worked hard. The coaches accepted me with open arms and I love it here,Ž Hedges said. I think the defense is the best weve had. The offensive line is jelling and will get better from here.Ž Coach Don Southwell said Hedges will allow him to use his multiple formation offense, spread the “eld and maximize its effectiveness. Hes going to be a big part of our success moving forward. Hes doing a good job running the offense and his skills for what we want to do offensively,Ž Southwell said. We had to manipulate the offense to “t the skills of quarterbacks in the past. Were much more comfortable now, since we know what this young man is capable of.ŽDistrict 5A-11A “ve-point loss to Booker is what separated the Manta Rays from a potential playoff berth. Hardee is a district power and will be in the hunt, with Booker, DeSoto and Bayshore also capable of making a run at a playoff spot in what was and is expected to be a very competitive district. Even Southeast, winless in the district last year, isnt an automatic out.Coaches CornerDon Southwell has given Lemon Bay a toughness, which is what you would expect from someone who also coaches weightlifters. Last year he coached part of the season with only Lemon Bay looks to build upon 2017By CHUCK BALLARO SUN CORRESPONDENT ROSTERNo. Name Pos. Yr.1 Devante Roberson QB/ DB 12 2 John Moore K/ P 11 3 Jordan Andrle RB/DB 12 4 Gunnar Kolberg WR/FS 12 5 Sean Shamasian WR/DB 12 7 Trevor Hedges QB/DB 12 9 Martell Yale WR/DB 12 14 Billy Martin RB/DL 12 15 Riley Haynes WR/DB 11 17 Keegan Marinola RB/LB 12 18 Tye Walchle RB/LB 12 20 Colby McCauley RB/DB 11 21 Anthony Amo RB/LB 12 23 Aidan Cannon RB/LB 12 24 Jason Hobbs RB/LB 11 26 Dylan Schoeneck WR/DB 11 35 Louis Baldor WR/ DE 10 36 Aidan Moore RB/LB 11 45 Derick Dagg RB/ LB 10 44 Henry Schouten RB/LB 10 48 Nicolas DiMatteo RB/DL 12 51 Liam Johnson OL/DL 12 52 Dahilo Francios OL/DL 11 54 Hayden Bosley OL/DL 11 55 Jacob Patterson OL/DL 11 56 Alan Symons OL/LB 12 58 Coby Lambert OL/LB 11 62 Jamie OConnell OL/DL 12 63 Kyle Dragon OL/DL 12 67 Brock Lavallee OL/DL 12 68 Jacob Wright OL/DL 11 74 Wyatt Soucy OL/DL 12 75 Max Rozen OL/DL 11 76 Iraj Patel OL/DL 12 DISTRICT 5A11Bayshore Booker DeSoto County Hardee Lemon Bay Southeast PHOTOS BY TIM KERN Brock Lavallee is pumped up after his defense makes a great 4th down stop. 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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 7 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 LEMON BAY HIGH SCHOOL21 kids suited up and still wound up 5-4 and “nished strong. The Manta Rays won their spring game and had a great summer. The question is whether he has enough returnees on the offensive line to keep new quarterback Trevor Hedges on his feet to run his spread offense. He should have the opportunity to throw more.DeparturesJustin Hinck OL, Chase Mason OL, Thomas Chaney WR.ReturneesColby McCauley RB, Keegan Marinola RB, Sean Shamasian, WR, Brock Lavallee OL.StrengthsMuch of the defensive line returns for what appears to be a solid defense, while new quarterback Trevor Hedges, a transfer from Venice, has a skillset Southwell wants for his spread offense. Also, his two top running backs return.WeaknessesWill the experience in the back“eld be wiped out by offensive line inexperience (even though all are expected to be seniors)? Senior Brock Lavallee is the key returnee on both sides of the line. Can the Manta Rays catch the football? Also depth could be a concern, with only 37 players on varsity, attrition could mean many players have to go both ways.Players to watchHedges was a nice surprise and as the quarterback will certainly be the focal point. Sean Shamasian will be his main target., while McCauley and Marinola will play in the back“eld for a talented skill position set.Under the RadarNewcomer Aiden Cannon could be a pleasant surprise as a running back and outside linebacker after missing two seasons with knee injuries. Southwell called him one of the teams sparkplugs.LEMON BAYFROM PAGE 6 PHOTOS BY TIM KERN Colby McCauley takes the hando from Trevor Hedges. Trevor Hedges gets the throw o as the defense closes in. 2017 IN REVIEW(5-4) Golden Gate W 21-19 @ Cardinal Mooney L 22-7 Hardee L 47-23 @ Desoto W 36-16 @ Estero L 26-7 Southeast W 50-6 Booker L 26-21 Bayshore W 28-0 @ Lemon Bay W 41-6 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: Open 31: at Golden Gate 7 p.m. September 7: at Port Charlotte 14: DeSoto County*, 7 p.m. 21: Cardinal Mooney 28: at Hardee* October 5: Estero 12: Southeast* 19: at Booker* 26: at Bayshore* November 2: North Port *: District game All games at 7:30 unless noted Shop Now For Your Shop Now For Your O f f i c i a l N F L T e a m O f f i c i a l N F L T e a m € House Banners € Garden Flags € € Lil Teammates € Team License Plates € Fishermens Village B-1 € Punta Gorda 9 4 1 6 3 7 8 9 4 9 adno=50539480

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Page 8 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 NORTH PORT HIGH SCHOOL NORTH PORT „ Senior wide receiver Nick Caster was put in a rather tough spot last season. Following a season-ending injury to star quarterback Devon Allen, Caster was called on to take over the reins of the offense, a position he had never played in a game before. This season, he will return to his natural position and is poised to become a top option in the North Port passing game. But while he doesnt expect to hear his name called again, he will be ready if called upon. Caster is a product of the North Port Mustangs Pop Warner football program, for whom he played for until high school. After playing receiver most of his life, Caster moved to quarterback his freshman season at the request of then new head coach Brian Hatler, with his the bulk of his experience coming in the spring, having played a few reps in fall practice, that was about it, he said. When my name got called, I thought it was amazing. Devon was a big part of our offense, and when we lost him, that was a big deal,Ž Caster said, who played “ve games behind center for the Bobcats, sharing time with C.K. Poulos while playing free safety on the other side of the ball. This season, with a pair of underclassmen battling for the starting quarterback position, Caster is moving back to wide receiver, where he played as a youngster. He said that the team has offensive talent, but that it will be the defense that needs to hold up its end. We have a great offensive line, running backs who run hard and when we score points the defense has to take over. We can win some football games that way,Ž Caster said. Being a receiver is really not a change, you have to catch a football. Caster is expected to become a leader on a team looking for its “rst winning season in school history. We have to play hard. We cant take plays off, we have to play four quarters,Ž Caster said. You have to do everything the right way, no goo“ng around and stay on top of everything.District 7A-11A district like this isnt conducive to winning if youre a second-division team. Venice was state champion, while Palmetto and Braden River each made it to the second round of the playoffs. With traditional powers like this, and strong district programs such as Sarasota and Lakewood Ranch as well, wins will be hard to come by. The Bobcats will really have to bring it every week.Coaches CornerBrian Hatler has given what this team had been lacking for years; stability at the head coaching position.North Port still in search of winning seasonBy CHUCK BALLAROSUN CORRESPONDENT ROSTERNo. Name Pos. Yr. 21 Joseph Anderson WR/DB 10 26 Dave Auguste RB/DB 10 29 Bradley Augustin RB/LB 11 70 Landon Basore OL/DL 10 28 Patrick Bethune TE/DL 11 67 Tunney Blair OL/DL 10 66 Brett Brown OL/DL 11 13 Chris Butler TE/LB 12 22 Frank Carvell TE/LB 11 3 Nikolas Caster WR/DB 12 9 TJ Cetnar TE/LB 12 72 Jordan Childs OL/DL 10 16 Juan Cisneros RB/LB 10 15 Jackson Council WR/DB 10 36 Justin Crehore K 10 65 Eddie Eugene RB/LB 12 74 Colton Fowler OL/DL 11 19 Matthew Francis WR/DB 10 31 Justin Gursinski RB/DB 12 14 Nick Gursinski QB/LB 11 53 Joshua Hogue OL/LB 12 68 Derryck Izaguirre OL/DL 10 7 Steffan Johnson QB/DB 10 34 Jacob Jones WR/DB 10 35 Zach Kelly TE/LB 10 54 Andrew Koennemann OL/LB 12 77 Michael Martin-Hinds OL/DL 10 60 Evan McFarlin OL/DL 10 45 Garrett Metts RB/LB 11 50 Connor Morrell OL/DL 11 51 Justin Nunez OL/DL 11 40 John Victor Oliveira K 11 41 Jhalyl Parker WR/DB 11 20 Dalton Platt WR/DB 11 17 Colby Pirillo WR/DB 11 75 Steven Poplin OL/DL 10 11 Devon Prokopiak QB/DB 10 58 Mitchell Ramsey OL/DL 10 25 Wendy Renoit WR/DB 11 24 Norvell Robinson WR/DB 10 56 Gabriel Rodriguez OL/LB 10 52 Lawrence Roth OL/DL 12 4 Barvensky Saimprevil WR/DB 12 33 Joseph Santos RB/DB 10 18 Richard Service RB/DB 10 42 Dominic Spurlock TE/LB 10 10 Jeffrey Terry RB/LB 10 81 Tydell Tillman TE/DL 11 37 Jay Tromp WR/DB 12 73 Connor VanCamp OL/DL 10 6 Taylor Vincent WR/DB 12 27 Jade Walker WR/DB 12 5 Zachary Ward RB/DB 12 12 Robert Washington WR/DB 12 2 Jalien Whye RB/DB 12 23 Ryan Taylor Willis RB/LB 11 32 DeAndre Wilson-Echols WR/DB 11 43 Andrew Young RB/LB 10 44 Jay Zheng TE/LB 10 DISTRICT 7A11Braden River Lakewood Ranch North Port Palmetto Sarasota Venice PHOTOS BY TOM ONEILLThe Bobcats practice Aug.6 at North Port High School. NORTH PORT | 9

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 9 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 NORTH PORT HIGH SCHOOLBut that isnt much consolation after a 3-7 season and his two best players on offense, Devon Allen and C.K. Poulos, having graduated. With a quarterback position still up in the air, Hatler said he will rely on the running game more, at least in the early going.DeparturesDevon Allen QB, C.K. Poulos WR; Dan Balsinger OL, Dez Peterson OL, Derrick Bradford, DB.ReturneesJalien Whye RB, Brett Brown, OL, Josh Hogue, OL, Andrew Koennemann, OL, Nick Caster, WR,StrengthsMuch of the offensive line returns from a 3-7 team last year, and with running backs Jalien Whye back, there should be some holes for them to run through. Junior John Victor Oliveira proved to be one of the top kickers in the area.WeaknessesThe quarterback position is up in the air between sophomore Steffan Johnson and junior Nick Gursinski, who is still recovering from injury. The defense is inexperienced, even if it did play well in the spring game. The schedule does them no favors either in a tough district and six of their 10 games on the road.Players to watchIf the Bobcats go anywhere, it will be on the backs of the offensive line. Brett Brown, Josh Hogue and Andrew Koennemann will lead this group and hopefully make Jalien Whye and whoever starts at quarterback look good.Under the RadarSenior cornerback Robert Washington had a great spring and has earned the trust and praise of coach Brian Hatler. He can also be a threat as a running back. You might want to watch him, too.NORTH PORTFROM PAGE 8 2017 IN REVIEW(3-7) August @ Port Charlotte L 54-26 Ida Baker W 52-35 Sarasota L 27-6 DeSoto W 10-0 @ Lakewood Ranch L 28-13 Bayshore W 9-7 @ Venice L 63-3 Palmetto L 37-0 @ Braden River L 52-14 Lemon Bay L 41-6 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: Port Charlotte 31: at Ida Baker September 7: Open 14: at Sarasota* 21: at DeSoto County 22: Lakewood Ranch* October 5: at Bayshore 12: Venice* 19: at Palmetto* 26: Braden River* November 2: at Lemon Bay *: District game All games at 7:30 unless noted PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLThe Bobcats practice Aug. 6, at North Port High School. www.AdvancedOrthopedicCenter.com941-629-62621641 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte941-639-6699350 Mary Street, Punta GordaTeam physicians for the Charlotte Stone Crabs and Orthopedic Consultants for the Tampa Bay Rays.Orthopedic Centers of Excellence for Joints, Spine and Sports Medicine. 2017 Football Season is Back!! adno=50541858

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Page 10 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 PORT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOL Three times last season the Port Charlotte High School football team found themselves minutes away from a win, only to watch it slip through their grasp. In a September game against North Fort Myers High School, the Pirates were outscored 14-0 in the fourth quarter and fell 27-23. A few weeks later they fell again to rival Charlotte High School in a 24-21 heartbreak to close out the regular season. But none of the three losses of 2017 stung more than losing to Naples in the opening round of the Class 6A state playoffs, when a last second Hail Mary sent the Pirates home much earlier than anticipated. It was a gut wrenching feeling, but it wasnt all for naught. Its now given the Pirates new life heading into 2018. I mean obviously nobody wanted to end a season with such a close game,Ž senior offensive tackle Caden Marcum said. But I would say that it has helped the seniors push the rest of the team because we dont want that feeling again.Ž It wasnt easy to get over that loss. It took a fair amount of time, but the energy and intensity that it brought has carried over into summer and fall workouts. Like most teams, theres an abundance of buzz surrounding the Port Charlotte practice “elds on a regular basis with all eyes focused on Fridays matchup with North Port High School. Nothing from last season matters at this point. We certainly had some bad luck, but were not worried about that right now,Ž Port Charlotte High School Coach Jordan Ingman said. Were worried about getting better every day. If we want to get to the playoffs, we have to get better every day.Ž There is a host of new pieces at nearly every position, but none under more scrutiny than the Pirates Quarterbacks. After losing the winningest quarterback in Port Charlotte High history in Paul Barnes, a three-year starter, the Pirates are shifting their scheme to meet the skill sets of their two passers, senior Marc Jean-Louis and sophomore Logan Rogers. For now the Pirates will run a two-quarterback system with a spread of plays for each guy. Jean-Louis possesses the shiftiness and breakaway speed to be a threat on the ground or through the air, but says he needs to work on his consistency throwing the ball. Rogers is a pinpoint passer, whos young, but looking to have a breakout year. Logan and Marc have had great camps and theyll both play,Ž Ingman said. Itll depend on the team. It will depend on what were trying to get done each week. Both have the ability to throw the football and both have the ability to run the football, which is a good thing.Ž Jean-Louis, a four-year starter, will spend a good share of his time at tailback as well, teaming up with junior Bo Guy and fullbacks Janyrein Washington and Anthony Ferrentino. Split out wide will be a variety of options for Jean-Louis and Rogers after the departure of playmaker TJ Luther, who amassed 991 all-purpose yards and 18 touchdowns. The top two threats, Shemar Fleurissant and Richard Joclin, are big-bodied receivers who can “ght for balls and erase some mistakes on throws. Behind them are Dylan Lockhart and Tyler Perry who will also be key components in the passing game. We have all different types of receivers,Ž Jean-Louis said. We have big-body wideouts, who can go up and get it and also have the receivers that are smaller, but can get open with route running. That helps because of the variety, and it can put pressure on the defense.Ž The new offense looks fun on paper and has found success in preseason, but the main determining factor for the offense may come down to the offensive line. With two bookends on the outside in Marcum and senior Anthony Mandile, the interior of the line “nds itself young and inexperienced. But inexperienced doesnt always mean incapable. Marcum, a 6-foot-4, 285-pound tackle anchoring the line, has seen vast improvements in the line and thinks the added intensity of some guys will pay big dividends this season. Ive seen a huge growth in maturity throughout camp,Ž Marcum said. Especially in my guard, Sean Gibbs, hes really stepped up and has been playing with so much more intensity and knows the plays inside and out. Intensity is everything in the trench. Its a whole other ball game between those two tackles. If you dont play with pure aggression you gonna get swallowed up.Ž On the defensive side, theres a lot up in the air. Needing to replace many key starters across the board in the Pirates odd front 3-4 scheme, the question marks are there for many of the position groups starting with the defensive line and the task of replacing the strongest player in Florida. The graduation of now USF Bull Devin Leacock, a 6-foot-3, 265-pound wrecking crew on the defensive line, will leave a gaping hole for the Pirates. Luckily for Ingman, he has a host of bodies to rotate across the line including starters Noah Ryan and Dekwann Martin. The defensive line is new as with most of our team,Ž Ingman said. Weve got a couple sophomores, a couple (of) freshmen, couple (of) seniors. Were kind of all over the place. We have six kids that will play. Were so young that we try and play a lot of guys down there to keep things fresh.Ž At linebacker, returning senior Jake Monzeglio will anchor the unit as a multi-year starter. Hell be grouped with juniors Devin Hunter, Josh Clearjuste and Jatyren Butler. A few defensive back positions are still up for grabs in the “nal week of camp. Shevon Pearce and Solomon Luther, who started as a freshman last season, have solidi“ed starting roles, but Ingman is still looking for a starting corner and safety. The preseason puzzle will soon “nd some clarity when the season kicks off Friday. Everything to this point is essentially a guessing game and the answers wont surface until the team takes the “eld. But one thing is certain within the Pirates lockerroom. No one wants a repeat of last season and for the Pirates, a strong season starts within. I think we can be as good as we let ourselves be,Ž Marcum said. One thing that killed us last year was not other Pirates look to shake last years heartbreaksBy JACOB HOAGSTAFF WRITER PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLThe Pirates practice August 7 at Port Charlotte High School.PIRATES | 11 DISTRICT 6A10Cape Coral Charlotte Ida Baker Island Coast North Fort Myers Port Charlotte ROSTERNo. Name Pos. 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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 11 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 PORT CHARLOTTE HIGH SCHOOLteams. We were always killing ourselves. So many times where we were one block away from completely changing a game. This year will be different.ŽStrengthsThe Pirates will rely heavy on their offense with dynamic players all over the “eld. They return four-year starter Jean-Louis at tailback and will move him around. They also return seniors Caden Marcum and Anthony Mandile at offensive tackle, who will bolster their line.WeaknessesThe team as a whole is young and there a lot of guys are playing in new roles this season. Filling the void left by Devin Leacock on the defensive line will be a challenge giving the physicality that he brought to the “eld. On offense, the interior offensive line could have some growing pains early, but with two standout tackles, it shouldnt take long before they “nd a groove.Key lossesThe Pirates lost two cornerstones of their program in quarterback Paul Barnes as well as Leacock. They were instrumental in the Pirates success over the past three years and will certainly leave holes to “ll.Players to watchAll eyes will be on sophomore quarterback Logan Rogers, who makes his varsity debut this season. Though he will split time with Jean-Louis, he is the go-to passer in the offense and has showcased his accuracy so far in fall camp. Receiver Tyler Perry is also on the breakout watch list. A 6-foot-3 wideout, Perry has the tools to go up and snag balls thrown near him. On defense, cornerback Solomon Luther started as a freshman last season and held his own. He will look to lock down opponents now having a year of experience under his belt.PIRATESFROM PAGE 10 PHOTO BY TOM ONEILLThe Pirates practice August 7 at Port Charlotte High School. 2017 IN REVIEW(7-3) North Port (W) 54-26 at South Fort Myers (W) 32-6 at Lemon Bay Canceled at Booker (W) 38-0 North Myers (L) 27-23 Cape Coral (W) 30-12 Ida Baker (W) 58-6 Island Coast (W) 60-0 at Charlotte (L) 24-21 West Hialeah (W) 59-0 at Naples (Playoffs) (L) 13-7 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: at North Port 31: South Fort Meyers September 7: Lemon Bay 14: Cape Coral* 21: Sarasota 28: North Fort Myers* October 5: Open 12: at Ida Baker* 19: at Island Coast* 26: Charlotte* November 2: Southeast *: District game All games at 7:30 unless noted Mon-Fri 9 to 5 Sat9 to Noon SunClosed 1225 Tamiami TR Unit A3 Port Charlo e, Florida 33953 (941) 743-4410 goldeneedle.comSupporting ALL of our local schools! We carry letterman jackets for Port Charlotte, Charlotte, Lemon Bay, North Port, De Soto and Venice (Venice jackets available to order) adno=50539774 10% OFF Jacket Purchase With This CouponExpires 12/31/18 The Soup JUNGLE 2015-2017adno=50539546Hours: Monday Friday 8am-5pmSaturday 8am-3pm € Closed Sunday Pizza € Calzone € Sub € Wraps € Chicken Dinners DINE IN, PICK UP & DELIVERY $8 minimum Family Owned & Operated 4200 Tamiami Trail € Port Charlotte 941-258-3500 Cheeseburger, Fries & can of Soda $750Exp. 9/9/18 Bowl of Soup & 1/2 Sandwich $650Large 14Ž Cheese Pizza $550Exp. 9/9/18Exp. 9/9/18 Cafe Call Us About Catering

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Page 12 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 DESOTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL The beginning of the return Those words are not just the slogan for the 2018 DeSoto County Bulldogs football team, they are the words of a lifestyle. The lifestyle of Friday Night Lights and all of the excitement that goes along with high school football. The packed stands, “lled with enthusiasts, cheering every play for their team. The color and pageantry of the bands, the cheerleaders and the excitement of high school football. The buzz that is created by a football team, whether they win or lose, they are still ourŽ football team. The players put in a tremendous effort as they work tirelessly during the brutal heat and humidity of August, as they prepare for another season that will create memories of a lifetime. Those are the things that new Bulldog coach Bumper Hay is trying to instill not only in his team, but the community as well. Were trying to bring back the legacy of DeSoto football,Ž said Hay. I think we have all 11 games now that the community has donated a dinner for the team on Thursday so we can have a family dinner and fellowship. Also Friday night pregame meals are all covered by the community, and weve got our Wednesday night meals covered too. We dont want individuals on this team. We are one team, we act alike and think alike and play together.Ž Hay is no stranger to DeSoto County as he takes over the helm of the Bulldog football team. Hay was a lineman for the Bulldogs team prior to his graduation in 1994. He also ran track and went to the state meet in weightlifting three times “nishing third in his senior year. Hay continued his career on the gridiron at West Alabama and later became a strength and conditioning coach at LSU. He has worked in the weight room and with the offensive line and linebackers for the Bulldogs program. His recent stint as commissioner of the youth football program prepared him for all of the non-coaching aspects of the job. He has been grooming himself for the position of head coach for over 20 years, and now the time is right for Hay to do what he can to return the glory to the football program. There is a new unity with this team. You hear words like togetherŽ and teamŽ along with usŽ and brotherhoodŽ used by the players. They hold each other accountable both on the “eld and off of it. At the end of a recent practice, senior running back Neo Hillard told the team during their breakdown at the end of practice, Were in our game week now. Dont do anything crazy in class or out of it. Weve all got to be here.Ž Hay and his completely new staff have a good nucleus for a successful team. The players have bought into the idea of being able to win, and they have worked hard to get themselves in the best condition that they can be in. With just 30 players on the team, more are expected to join once school starts, many players will be playing on both sides of the ball. Gone from last seasons team are four year starter on both lines Kendhal Stewart. Stewart is attending Bethune Cookman and plans to join their team as a walk on. Three year starter at quarterback, Malcom Smith is now in college and his experience will be hard to replace. Hard hitting linebacker Elijah Arthur will be missed as will Tyreke Evans who always had a nose for the ball. Evans recovered a fumble in three straight games last season. Semajd El BoogieŽ Elrod came up with some big plays as a receiver and Anthony Gaitan plugged up a big hole with his experience as a lineman for the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs will not feature any one running back or wide receiver on offense. They are a team and will spread the ball around with a stable of “ne running backs. Weve got so many good backs that we could have gone to a full house back“eld,Ž said Hay. They have bruisers like Nate Lowe and Tyrese Smith that can cause some pain to defensive players who get in their way. Of course the Bulldogs will also continue their tradition of speedy and quick running backs with Hillard and Trayvis Smith along with several others ready to display their skills. The receiving corps is a good one with Nate Maybell showing ”ashes of his talent during the preseason. Maybell stands 63Ž but is an outstanding jumper. He missed going to the state tournament last season by just one Hay takes over the helm at DeSotoBy STEVE KNAPPSUN CORRESPONDENT ROSTERNo. Name Pos. Yr. 1 Trayvis Smith LB,RB 12 2 Arnold Mele QB, DB 12 4 Jakeemis Pelham RB,LB 9 5 Nathan Rowe LB,RB 12 7 Kawassmi Wilson LB,QB 11 8 Keimar Richardson TE,DE 10 9 Nathaniel Maybell DB,WR 12 10 William Maybell DB,RB,WR 11 11 Tyrese Smith LB,RB 12 12 Daniel Coronel K 9 17 Bueford Patton WR 12 20 Dontavion Smith WR,DB 9 21 Nehemiah Hillard LB,RB 12 23 George Mays RB,LB 10 44 Nathan Sanchez LB,OL 10 51 Askia Valdez OL,DT 12 53 Dillan Evans OL,DT 12 54 Tyler Hennegar OL,DT 12 55 Jordan Hirst DT,OL 11 56 Juan Garibay LB 11 57 Jalen Taylor OL 9 61 Dylan Kersey DT,OL 10 64 Blas Cervantes OL,DT 10 79 Colby Carroll OL,DT 11 80 Mickel Williams TE,WR 9 DISTRICT 5A11Bayshore Booker DeSoto County Hardee Lemon Bay Southeast PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPThe stable of running backs for the DeSoto County team includes a pair of bruising running backs Tyrese Smith and Nate Rowe. Sp eedsters include Neo Hillard, Jay Pelham, George Mayes and Donavion Valdez.DESOTO | 13Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 13 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 DESOTO COUNTY HIGH SCHOOLperson in the high jump for the track team. Ty Wesley is a junior who had several big plays last season including a long touchdown catch on the “rst play of the game against Bayshore last season. You can expect more “reworks out of him this season. At tight end is 65Ž sophomore Keimar Richardson who can also put some light under his feet if needed. While the tight end doesnt usually get many opportunities to catch a pass, he is more than capable for a quick jump pass or short route. Sophomore Ethan Redden will play the slot and will also get time under center. Redden has the kind of moves and speed that Hay described as being hard to touch even if hes in a phone boothŽ. Weve got guys like Will Maybell and Kawassmi Wilson who can play several positions. Maybell can catch the ball and can run too. Wilson is a tough kid that is big and runs hard and can even play quarterback if we need him,Ž said Hay. Arnold BubbaŽ Mele will move from his wide receiver position to take the snaps this season. The senior had some experience last season and has shown a strong arm with very good accuracy during fall practice. Hes grown a lot even since the spring game,Ž said Hay. Mele has scored the “rst DeSoto touchdown in each of his “rst three seasons since becoming a starter in his freshman year. Mele also played on defense as a safety and returned kickoffs and punts last season. Besides his receiving position he has had a few snaps as a running back, and can “ll in just about anywhere Hay needs him. Providing protection and opening holes for the backs will be senior Tyler Hennager and junior Juan Garibay. They were both starters from last years squad. There are several players still battling for starting positions on the line. Were a typical DeSoto line. We wont be huge on the line but theyre bigger than when I played. We have some good decent sized kids and they have been working in the weight room during the off season so well have to see how it pays off,Ž said Hay. On the other side of the ball are seniors Trayvis Smith and Dillan Evans. Both players are members of the Bulldogs weightlifting team and have used their strength and quickness to plug holes from their linebackers positions. Both have been impressive in preseason practice. Evans is the kind of kid that will give you 100 percent on every play. Trayvis can run the ball and also is tough at his linebacker spot. The thing is that we will have some depth this year,Ž said Hay. The thing that really excites me is the kids are all working hard this year and they havent missed many practices,Ž said Hay. I tell them it is just like going to school. If you miss a class you have to make it up and that is the same with football.Ž After a bye weekto open the season, their “rst home game is against a very strong Avon Park team on August 31.DESOTOFROM PAGE 12 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: Open 31: Avon Park September 7: at Mulberry, 7 p.m. 14: at Lemon Bay*, 7 p.m. 21: North Port, 7p.m. 28: Southeast*, 7p.m. October 5: at Lake Placid, 7 p.m. 12: at Booker* 19: Bayshore* 26: Hardee*, 7 p.m. November 2: at Lakewood Ranch, 7 p.m. *: District game All games at 7:30 unless noted PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPPSenior Arnold BubbaŽ Mele and new DeSoto County coach Bumper Hay are both in their rst season in a new position. Hay is start ing his rst season as Head Coach of the Bulldogs while Mele takes over at quarterback for three year starter Malcom Smith. Mele has scored the rst DeSoto touchdown of the season in each of his rst three years as a starter. 2017 IN REVIEW(4-5) September Avon Park (L), forfeit Mulberry Lemon Bay (L) 36-16 at North Port (L) 10-0 at Southeast (W) 35-0 Lake Placid (W) 22-12 Booker (L) 39-0 at Bayshore (W) 16-11 at Hardee (L) 34-0 Lakewood Ranch (W) 10-9 adno=721080

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Page 14 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 VENICE HIGH SCHOOL For most high school football teams, losing several players to Division I colleges would mean a year or two to rebuild. However, for the Venice Indians football team, its business as usual. The Indians had 30 football players graduate high school following their run to a state title in 2017 and had a handful of players move on to collegiate football, but Venice head coach John Peacock said this is far from new territory for his program. Weve had to replace Trey Burton, and that year we had seven Division I guys we had to replace, so that was tough,Ž he said. Were not ever going to have another Bryce (Carpenter) or another Jaivon (Heiligh). Were never gonna have a Trey Burton again. Were gonna have good football players; its just going to be a little different.Ž To put it in perspective, not only did Venice lose the 7A Player of the Year in Carpenter, but also a record-breaking receiver in Heiligh. The former Indian posted 131 catches for 2,159 yards and 32 touchdowns. The next closest receiver, tight end Zach Fryer, had 15 catches for 303 yards and “ve scores. However, even without such a talent as Heiligh, the Indians have the depth to lean on, more than just one option in 2018. This year its not gonna be one guy,Ž starting quarterback Hayden Wolff said. Its going to be a whole team effort. Its not going to be how it was last year where you throw a “ve yard hitch and let him run. Its going to be a lot more concepts, a lot more team-oriented passing routes. Itll be a little different style.Ž Along with losing several impact players from last year, the Indians are also looking to bounce back from a turbulent offseason in which Peacock was “red and then rehired one month later by the Venice High administration. Peacock was brought back just in time for the beginning of summer training and conditioning, and he said this team has shown that its possibly the strongest one hes ever coached. With former Indian and Florida Gator Clay Burton in charge of the teams strength and conditioning, Peacock said there are now 29 Venice High football players who can bench press at least 275 pounds. Were in good shape. Were in good condition,Ž Peacock said of his teams physical “tness and conditioning after Fridays 34-6 scrimmage win over Booker. I think that showed tonight, and I think thats one of the big advantages were going to have this season. Were going to be in better shape than everyone else.Ž Along with their gains in the weight room, the Indians have also been bolstered with some reinforcements. Several players who are likely to be impact players for the Indians in 2018 transferred to Venice High this spring, including starting quarterback Hayden Wolff (Lemon Bay), starting receiver Weston Wolff (Lemon Bay), backup running back Brian Taylor (North Port) and linebacker Nick Giacolone (Charlotte). Another player who will provide a boost to Venice this season is Brandon Gregory. The senior running back missed most of last season with a hand injury, but returned in the playoffs to help Venice win the state championship. This season, hes in line to be the Indians lead back and put on 20 pounds during the offseason to get up to 205 pounds. Im very, very excited,Ž Gregory said on the opportunity to play a full season. Ive set my goals high knowing what I did last year, and knowing Im gonna be here for the whole season this year. Right now, the goals my coaches have set for me is 2,100 all-purpose yards, 21 touchdowns. I feel like I can make that happen.Ž On defense, playmakers such as Tyrone Barber (USF), Drue Streich (Jacksonville) and Riley Prachar (Northwest Missouri State) leave some holes to replace. However, the Indians added Giacolone and also moved Scott Schenke (6-foot-4, 270-pounds) from the offensive line to the defensive line to make up for the loss. Marlem (Louis) is gonna have a good year,Ž Peacock said, on who the new leaders on defense might be. We moved Scott Schenke over from the offensive line to defensive line, so thatll be a big change for us. Carson Sullivan is a three-year guy whos been playing a lot and who we expect big things from. Were not gonna have that Tyrone Barber guy, but I think we have a lot of really good football players.Ž The Indians hit the ground running in their one-half scrimmage against Booker High on Friday. Though it was just an of“cials scrimmage put on by the FHSAA to train new referees, Venice made the most of its opportunity. The Indians blocked a punt for a touchdown to open the action, and Wolff threw a touchdown to receiver Sam Whitney on his “rst throw to put his team up 13-0, “ve minutes into the game. Venice “nished the half of football with a 34-6 win, and provided some glimpses of what the coming season could look like for the Indians. But the path to a state championship will be tough from the start. The new-look Indians will be tested in Week 1 with a Vero Beach team that “nished 11-1 in 2017. Also on the schedule for Venice is Riverview (11-2), Braden River (10-3), Champagnat Catholic (9-2) and Palmetto (10-5). We probably have the toughest schedule in Florida out of any team,Ž Wolff said. So, I look forward to playing the top guys in the state every week. We look forward to beating Braden River, obviously. Theyre a big rival here, and just based on what took place in the spring and the things that theyve done since then toward us, has really motivated everyone here to want to beat Braden River. Other than that, Champagnat Catholic from Miami and Vero Beach are also games Im really looking forward to.ŽStrengthsScoring: Despite losing their top playmakers from 2017 in Bryce Carpenter and Jaivon Heiligh, the Indians replaced that talent with two brothers from Lemon Bay High. With senior quarterback Hayden Wolff (6-foot-6, 205 pounds) and sophomore receiver Weston Wolff (6-foot-5, 195 pounds) added to the offense, Venice should pick up where it left off in 2017 as an offensive juggernaut. Along with the Wolff brothers, starting running back Brandon Gregory returns from an injury that caused him to miss Venice Indians reloaded and ready to defend state titleVINCENT PORTELLGONDOLIER SPORTS EDITOR ROSTERNo. Name Yr. 1 Sam Whitney 12 2 Brian Taylor 12 3 Michael Trapani 12 4 Rischnyder Metayer 12 9 Weston Wolff 10 10 John Sauickie 11 11 Hayden Wolff 12 13 Derrick Kipp 12 15 Zack Sessa 12 16 Christian George 12 17 Noah Carr 12 18 Zach Younts 11 19 Cameron Fell 12 20 Tanner Hilton 11 21 Brandon Gregory 11 23 Cole Kendrick 12 24 Rowan Foskin 10 25 Nick Giacolone 12 27 Jarrett Tolar 11 28 Josh Stewart 11 30 Luke Apostolu 12 31 Johnathan Maldanado 12 32 Marlem Louis 12 33 Austin McMahon 12 34 Owen Patton 10 35 Jeb Shrader 12 37 Jack Chace 12 40 Jackson Flemming 12 42 Vincenzo Anthony 12 44 Denique Mayfield 12 46 Austin Burt 11 47 Joe Bevelacque 12 50 Dustin Smith 12 51 Carson Sullivan 11 52 Scott Schenke 10 53 John Marble 12 54 Donovan Smith 11 55 John Darby 11 58 Nico Dallacosta 11 60 Holden Prachar 11 64 Joey Zacarolli 12 65 Steven Waring 12 67 Thomas Shrader 11 68 Carson Peters 11 70 Josh Sauickie 12 71 Charles Juracsik 12 74 Ethan Mort 12 76 Thomas Wildermuth 12 80 Wyatt Ehrhardt 12 81 Zach Fryar 11 84 Zach Calhoon 11 87 Garrett French 11 88 Logan Haney 12 95 Charles Bowens 10 DISTRICT 7A11Braden River Lakewood Ranch North Port Palmetto Sarasota Venice PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELLVenice defenders take down Plants Britt Barksdale.INDIANS | 15 adno=54541409

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 15 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 VENICE HIGH SCHOOLmost of 2017, and backup running back Brian Taylor has joined the team from North Port High. WeaknessCohesiveness: Its tough to nail down a weakness for a team that is coming off a state championship season, but if there is one for Venice, it could be the cohesiveness of the team. With a few new transfer players and the departure of several impact performers in 2017, Venice will be looking to establish a new identity in 2018. Led by a pocket passer for the “rst time in years, the Indians will have a new style to their game in 2018 „ one that could take some time to get adjusted to. Player to Watch Hayden Wolff, QB: Wolffs senior season will be his “rst as an Indian, and the three-star Old Dominion commit will surely have all eyes on him when the fall season begins on Aug. 24. Replacing the 7A Florida Player of the Year and following up on a 7A state title season is no small task, and Wolff will have just one year to make his mark at Venice. Under the RadarZach Fryer, TE: Entering his senior season with Venice, Fryer established himself as a bona“de weapon on offense with 15 catches for 303 yards and 5 TD. Coming into a season without Heiligh, the 6-foot-3, 235-pound Fryer will likely be leaned on in the Indians new passing-heavy attack in 2018.INDIANSFROM PAGE 14 PHOTO BY JUSTIN FENNELLVenices Rowan Foskin intercepts a pass intended for a Plant receiver. 2017 IN REVIEW(14-1) Venice 35 Camden County 3 (1-0) Venice 17 Riverview 0 (2-0) Venice 48 Dunbar 0 (3-0) Venice 41 Braden River 35 (4-0) Venice 12 IMG Academy 38 (4-1) Venice 49 Lakewood Ranch 3 (5-1) Venice 63 North Port 3 (6-1) Venice 42 Sarasota 7 (7-1) Venice 42 Palmetto 16 (8-1) Venice 42 Manatee 14 (9-1) Playoffs R1: Venice 49 St. Pete 13 (10-1) Playoffs R2: Venice 41 Braden River 32 (11-1) Playoffs R3: Venice 48 Tampa Bay Tech 17 (12-1) State Semis: Venice 27 St. Thomas Aquinas 20 (13-1) FHSAA 7A State Finals: Venice 37 Bartram Trail 24 (14-1) 2018 SCHEDULEAugust 24: Vero Beach 31: at Riverview September 7: Charlotte 14: at Lakewood Ranch* 21: Open 28: Braden River* October 5: Champagnat Catholic 12: North Port* 19: at Sarasota* 26: at Palmetto* November 2: Manatee *: District game All games at 7:30 unless noted € So t & Fascia € Seamless Gutters € Front Entryways € RescreeningLicensed & Insured CGC1515032 RGALCO-SAC-33619 Tamiami Tr. N., Nokomis, FL 34275492-6064www.HeightsAluminum.comProviding Quality Service Since 1996 22 YEARS OF SERVICE y i h adno=54541609 adno=54541272 We are your Condo Loan Specialist 97% Conventional Financing availabe for CondosCall us at (941) 485-4222Best of Venice since 2004!

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Page 16 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 STATE COLLEGES GAINESVILLE „ Florida coach Dan Mullen spent his “rst few months on the job trying to sell the program. First to recruits, then to boosters and students. He used a helicopter to make a splash at high schools. He made headlines by promising a national title at a basketball game and then backed it up repeatedly during a state-wide speaking tour. And he became the most popular guy on campus by running with ROTC members in the mornings and visiting with dozens of fraternities and sororities in the evenings. Mullens goal: Energize a fan base that had grown increasingly restless since he left Gainesville nearly a decade ago. Mullen felt the results were encouraging. But all that preseason groundwork could be for naught if the Gators arent considerably better on the “eld this fall. Of course, it shouldnt be too dif“cult to show improvement considering Florida is coming off its second four-win season in “ve years. The lack of consistency to me is something that really is glaring,Ž said Mullen, pointing to two fourwin campaigns and two trips to the Southeastern Conference title game. You shouldnt have those massive swings. ... The massive swings that went on is something Im still trying to “gure out.Ž The Gators can point “ngers at former coach Jim McElwain, who left the program in need of repair. The offense ranked in triple digits for the third consecutive year and the usually stout defense allowed its most points (27.3 a game) since 1946 and gave up its most yards (5.7 a play) since at least World War II. Throw in off-the-“eld issues and a strength-and-conditioning program that lacked, well, strength and conditioning, and its easy to see how Florida endured its second losing season since 1979. Mullen is tasked with “xing it all and getting the Gators back to a higher, more acceptable standard. The former Mississippi State head coach spent four years (2005-08) as Floridas offensive coordinator under Urban Meyer and helped guide the Gators to some of their most successful years in school history. Being a champion is not a sometimes thing,Ž Mullen said. Its a way of life. Dont tell me, Coach, Ill show up on game day. Wait until you see me perform on game day. I know I dont to class. I know I dont work hard in the weight room. I dont do sprints very much and I dont study the plays. But Im a baller on game day. That doesnt ”oat with me. Being a champion is not a sometimes thing. Its an all-the-time thing.Ž Floridas turnaround starts at quarterback. Its Mullens specialty, with Alex Smith (Utah), Chris Leak (Florida), Tim Tebow (Florida) and Dak Prescott (Mississippi State) having learned under him. Sophomore Feleipe Franks is the expected starter, with Kyle Trask and highly touted freshman Emory Jones also in the mix. I have a season under my belt, so the experience is kind of there,Ž said Franks, who started eight games in 2017. But its just taking that next step to being a championship team. We really need to bring that back to Gainesville.Ž Some other things to know about Florida:Season openerThe Gators begin the season Sept. 1 at home against Charleston Southern of the Football Championship Subdivision. Coincidentally, its the same team coach Dan Mullen opened with in 2017. Mississippi State beat the Buccaneers 49-0. Charleston Southern is winless in 20 games against Football Bowl Subdivision teams.Offensive helpTransfer receivers Trevon Grimes and Van Jefferson, both cleared to play immediately, should be huge additions to Floridas offense. Grimes spent last year at Ohio State, catching three passes for 20 yards. Jefferson spent the past three seasons at Mississippi, hauling in 91 catches for 999 yards and four touchdowns the last two years.QB quandaryNo Florida quarterback has thrown more than 12 touchdown passes in a season since Tim Tebow in 2009. Its a glaring statistic that shows just how inept Floridas offense has been since.Suspensions looming?Six players, including top receiver Tyrie Cleveland, are facing university disciplinary action following an on-campus altercation that included the brandishing of Airsoft guns that resembled assault ri”es. Fellow receivers Kadarius Toney and Rick Wells also could be punished.Mullen hopes to avoid massive swings as Florida rebuildsBy MARK LONGAP SPORTS WRITER AP PHOTOSIn this Aug. 2 photo, Florida NCAA college football head coach Dan Mullen gestures while speaking at a press conference in Gain esville. Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks (13) celebrates with fans after he threw a 63-yard touchdown pass as time expired to defeat Tennessee 26-20 on Sept. 16, 2017, in Gainesville.

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 17 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 STATE COLLEGESTALLAHASSEE „ Willie Taggarts “rst eight months as Florida States coach could not have gone much better. He has reinvigorated a team and fan base that has found itself out of contention for a College Football Playoff spot by early October the past two seasons and saw Jimbo Fisher leave for Texas A&M last December. As Florida State prepares for Taggarts “rst season the biggest question is how long will Taggarts honeymoon last. Anybody can do really well when things are going good. Its how you respond when you get hit in the mouth. How you respond when things get tough. To me, thats life,Ž said Taggart, who previously led Western Kentucky, South Florida and Oregon. We were one of the most talented football teams last season, but talent wasnt the issue. We werent a football team that handled adversity well, and we had a lot of adversity last year. We didnt respond well to it until the end of the season.Ž Last season the Seminoles were ranked third in The Associated Press preseason poll but lost starting quarterback Deondre Francois to a knee injury in the opener against Alabama. Florida State needed to go on a four-game winning streak to go 7-6 and avoid its “rst losing season since 1976. Since winning 33 of 34 games between 2013 and 15, including a national championship, the Seminoles are 21-12, including 10-10 in the ACC. Taggarts biggest decision of the preseason will be who will start at quarterback on Sept. 3 against Virginia Tech. James Blackman started 12 games last season following Francois injury. Blackman threw for 2,230 yards, 19 touchdowns and 11 interceptions as he was the programs “rst true freshman to start at quarterback since 1985. Francois has 14 career starts and is 10-4 during that span. In 2016 he threw for the “fth-most yards in school history (3,350) as he was named the Atlantic Coast Conferences rookie of the year. They know what its going to take. They know they got to separate themselves and again, like I told you guys before, Im looking forward to seeing who separate themselves,Ž Taggart said. Some other things to know about Florida States upcoming season:Akers encoreCam Akers had four 100-yard games last season along and set the programs freshman rushing record with 1,025 yards. The expectation going into the season is that Akers could have another breakout season, especially with Taggart installing a more up-tempo offense. Oregon was eighth in rushing in the Football Bowl Subdivision last season, averaging 268 yards per game. The Ducks rushed for 40 touchdowns last season, including 15 by Royce Freeman.Who will catch the ball? Nyqwan Murray led FSU in receptions (40) and receiving yards (604) last season but he is still working his way back from a knee injury that he suffered during the spring. Junior Keith Gavin was third in receptions with 27 last season but has yet to score a touchdown in his collegiate career. Sophomore D.J. Matthews and redshirt freshman Tamorrion Terry performed well during the spring while true freshman TreShaun Harrison is making a bid for playing time.Defense rebuildingAfter four seasons running a 3-4 alignment, new defensive coordinator Harlon Barnett has returned the Seminoles to a 4-3. He inherits a unit that returns only four starters, but with talent on the defensive line with Brian Burns and a secondary led by cornerback Levonta Taylor. The biggest question is linebacker, which doesnt return any starters.Key gamesFSUs Oct. 6 game at Miami will cap a stretch of three road games in four weeks. The Seminoles will be looking to break a three-game losing streak when they host Clemson on Oct. 27 before making its their “rst trip to Notre Dame since 2003 on Nov. 10.Season openerThe Taggart Era faces a dif“cult test right from the start when the Seminoles host Virginia Tech on Sept. 3. Dif“cult openers are becoming routine for Florida State as this will be the fourth time in “ve years the “rst game is against a ranked opponent.New coach Taggart confident Florida State can bounce backBy JOE REEDYASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTOIn this Dec. 6, 2017, photo, Willie Taggart gestures as he is introduced as Florida States new football coach during a press c onference in Tallahassee. AP FILE PHOTOThis Oct. 14, 2017, photo shows Florida States Cam Akers (3) carrying the ball as Jeremy McDue(9) attempts a tackle during the rst half of a game in Durham, North Carolina. Alvaro Miguel Bada, M.D.Tarpons and FSU Alumni wishes both Teams a GREAT SEASON!!! Alvaro Miguel Bada, M.D.Board Certi“ ed General SurgeonDr. Bada provides the following services:€ da Vinci Robotic Surgery € Hernia Repair € Breast Surgery € Colon & Rectal Surgery € Hemorrhoid Surgery € Endoscopic Surgery € Appendectomy € Thyroid & Parathyroid € Gallbladder Surgery € Skin Cancer Surgery941.255.0069 www.badamd.comwww.facebook.com/AMBadaMD 18308 Murdock Circle #101, Port Charlotte, FL 33948adno=50538703

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Page 18 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 STATE COLLEGES CORAL GABLES „ Miami “nally lived up to expectations last season. The Hurricanes now have to “gure out a way to do so again. With 15 starters back from a year ago, the Hurricanes are again the preseason favorite to win the Atlantic Coast Conferences Coastal Division title „ just as they did in 2017 when they “nally went to the league championship game for the “rst time. It was a long-awaited breakthrough year, and Miami is aiming to keep building off that success. I de“nitely think teams have learned to respect us,Ž defensive back Jaquan Johnson said at the ACCs preseason media days. I read something, Im not sure what coach said it, but it was something about how Miami, If you get them in a close game, theyre not going to “nish. This was like two years ago. And last year we really wanted to emphasize on “nishing the game, and in close games we needed to win them. Thats what we were able to do last year.Ž The Hurricanes started 10-0 last season, then lost their “nal three „ the regular-season “nale at Pittsburgh, the ACC title game to Clemson and then the Orange Bowl to Wisconsin. The 10 wins showed the potential. The three-game losing streak to end the year served as offseason fuel. Returning quarterback Malik Rosier was announced in July as the starter for 2018, so hell be back. So will the star of Miamis season a year ago „ the turnover chain, the gaudy piece of jewelry that comes out when the Hurricanes get a takeaway and is the center of whats usually a raucous sideline celebration. The turnover chain itself is de“nitely like the 12th man,Ž Johnson said. As soon as it comes out, as soon as we get the turnover, it starts. You start to hear all the yelling and the shouting, but once the turnover chain goes on our neck, its like a whole nother notch.Ž Some of what to know about Miamis 2018 season:The scheduleThis could be a bit thorny. Opening against LSU is a strong test. A road game at Toledo on Sept. 15 will be against a Rockets team that went into Miami and led the Hurricanes at halftime last year. And then the Miami-FIU rivalry resumes on Sept. 22 after an 11-year hiatus caused in large part by the infamous brawl between the teams in 2006. As far as key ACC games, the Hurricanes play host to Florida State but will travel to Virginia Tech.Receivers neededThe top two passcatchers from last season are gone. Braxton Berrios and Christopher Herndon IV combined for 95 catches last season; none of the returning Hurricanes made more than 24. Miami desperately wants Ahmmon Richards to return to his freshman form „ injuries limited him to eight games last season. Jeff Thomas will be one of the fastest wideouts in the ACC, and could slide into the Berrios role.Top linebackersMiamis starting linebacker unit could be among the nations best. Shaquille Quarterman, Michael Pinckney and Zach McCloud are all juniors and the NFL is probably going to come calling for at least two of them after the season. They combined for 199 tackles last season, including 22 1‡2 for losses. And defensive lineman Joe Jackson is inexplicably underrated; hell see double-teams all season and probably wont be fazed.Depth questionsThe Hurricanes seemed to wear down toward the end of last season. Running back Travis Homer, the teams leader in all-purpose yards a year ago, averaged 106.6 yards in the seasons “rst 10 games, all wins „ and 45.7 yards in the seasons “nal three games, all losses. If Miami is going be spry enough to challenge for the ACC title in December, the fuel tanks will have to have more left than they did down the stretch a year ago.Kick gameRed zone is an area where Miami needs to improve. The Hurricanes made 43 trips inside the opponent 20 last season, but converted them into only 25 touchdowns. They were great at chip-shot “eld goals, but a brutal 3 for 8 on kicks of 40 or more yards. Meanwhile, opponents didnt miss a single kick against Miami last season „ 26 for 26 on extra points and 21 for 21 on “eld goals.Hurricanes broke out in 2017, and now must do so againBy TIM REYNOLDSAP SPORTS WRITER AP PHOTOSIn this Aug. 6, photo, Miami quarterback Malik Rosier does drills during practice, in Coral Gables. Miami running back Travis Homer runs a drill during practice in Coral Gables.

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 19 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 STATE COLLEGESJosh Heupel has either the most dif“cult job of any head coach in the country taking over a new team or the easiest. Maybe its both. Hired to replace Scott Frost at Central Florida, Heupel takes over a team that went unbeaten last season and declared itself the national champion. Most of the playmakers return from one of the best offenses in the country, including gifted quarterback McKenzie Milton. Sure, its great to inherit a loaded roster, but anything less than another American Athletic Conference championship might not be enough to satisfy Knights fans this year. Frost, who went home to coach Nebraska after two seasons in Orlando, will be tough to follow in every way. My job is to continue to develop those relationships and continuity,Ž Heupel said. Also working against Heupel and UCF is the “ve-year history of the AAC: The preseason favorite has not been able to close the deal with a title. Last year, USF was much-hyped, but UCF rose up and won the East Division. The year before Houston was coming off a 13-1 season and New Years Six bowl victory and the Cougars did not even win the West Division. And when Houston won the conference in 2015 it was Cincinnati that came into the season as a heavy favorite „ and didnt even win its division. USF and Temple are likely to be UCFs biggest challengers in the East. In the West, Memphis, which lost the AAC championship in overtime to UCF, is the favorite „ for whatever thats worth in a conference that has proven unpredictable. Last year we were the hunters,Ž Milton said. We had a hunters mentality. Playing with nothing to lose. Honestly this year weve got to have that same mentality. Were going to get everybodys best shot, but at the same time we go from the hunter to the hunted but we still have to have a hunters mentality.ŽStar powerUCF has cranked up a Heisman campaign for Milton, playing off his Hawaii roots. The school is touting McKenzie for HIsman and sending out black leis to media members. But the best player in all of college football could be another AAC star. Houston defensive tackle Ed Oliver has already announced he will enter the NFL draft after his junior season. He has a chance to be the top pick next April, but for now he is focused on getting the Cougars an AAC title. As good as Oliver has been in his “rst two seasons, he believes there is room for improvement. Most of last year he played with a problematic knee. I think I can be a, I dont know, 18sack guy. Something crazy,Ž Oliver said. Other players to watch include Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry, Temple safety Delvon Randall and SMU quarterback Ben Hicks.Launching padThe AAC has become a launching pad for its successful coaches. Justin Fuente from Memphis to Virginia Tech. Tom Herman from Houston to Texas. Willie Taggart from USF to Oregon (though not for long). Matt Rhule from Temple to Baylor. And last year, Frost to the Cornhuskers and Chad Morris from SMU to Arkansas. The turnover contributes to the volatility. Expect it to continue this season. Memphis coach Mike Norvell, 36, drew interest last season, his second with the Tigers. Another big season and the suitors will come calling again.Wild cardsUCF went from 0-12 to 6-6 to 12-0 over the last three seasons. That was an unprecedented turnaround in college football, unlikely to be repeated, but it does show the AAC is a place where teams can make big jumps. Looking for a surprise team or two this year? East Carolina has won just six games in its “rst two seasons under coach Scottie Montgomery, but the Pirates have traditionally been a strong program. The foundation seems to be set for a turnaround. Quarterback Reid Herring gives ECU a potentially dynamic playmaker and linebacker Bruce Bivens returns from injury to lead the defense. If a breakout doesnt come for the Pirates, Montgomery could be in trouble. In the West, Tulane has taken steps forward in each of its “rst two seasons under coach Willie Fritz, and now could be ready to become a real headache for its rivals. Quarterback Jonathan Banks directs an option offense that can also air it out.Predicted order of finishEAST 1. Temple; 2. UCF; 3. USF; 4. East Carolina; 5. Cincinnati; 6. UConn. WEST 1. Memphis; 2. Houston; 3. Navy; 4. Tulane; 5. Tulsa; 6. SMU.Heupel takes over talented UCF team with great expectationsBy RALPH D. RUSSOAP COLLEGE FOOTBALL WRITER Lane Kif“n knew very little about Conference USA before he became Florida Atlantics head coach. Same for Butch Davis at Florida International. The high-pro“le coaches made immediate impacts in their new league, and at their new schools not all that far apart. FAU is the preseason favorite to repeat as league champs after a school-record 11 wins and its “rst C-USA title. The Owls, coming off three consecutive 3-9 seasons, overcame a 1-3 start last season and now and carry a 10-game winning streak into their 2018 opener at Oklahoma. FIU went 8-5, doubling its win total from the previous season for the teams “rst winning record since joining the conference in 2013. Way better than people think that it is,Ž Davis said about C-USA. The level of the coaches in this conference, theres some damn good football coaches in just about every place. ... Theres a lot more talent, theres a lot of really good athletes in this conference.Ž Kif“n, who spent the previous three seasons with Nick Saban at Alabama, had a similar impression about a league that had 10 bowl-eligible teams and sent nine to postseason games (only the SEC and ACC has more). Especially (when) youve got some games where theyre basically assuming that youre going to lose early in the year, to be able to still have that many teams bowl-eligible again speaks to the players, but to the coaches, too,Ž Kif“n said. Rick Stockstill is the longest-tenured C-USA coach, going into his 13th season at Middle Tennessee. This is Doc Hollidays ninth season at Marshall. Louisiana Tech has won bowl games each of the past four seasons under coach Skip Holtz, while North Texas has played in bowls both seasons since former North Carolina assistant Seth Littrell became its coach. Mike Sanford Jr. was Notre Dames offensive coordinator before going to Western Kentucky last year. The whole league will be watching when FAU opens at Oklahoma, the preseason favorite to win its fourth consecutive Big 12 title after being in the College Football Playoff last season. So what if the Owls could pull off an upset Sept. 1? That would do a ton for the program, and for the conference, and Group of Five,Ž Kif“n said. Weve got a very tough schedule, were not putting everything into that game. Then all of a sudden you dont win that game and ... you start losing games that you should win.ŽFather-son finaleMiddle Tennessee quarterback Brent Stockstill remembers being a little standof“sh with the head coach when he “rst got to school there just to try to prove that I was there as a football player and not because of (being) his son.Ž Stockstill goes into his senior season already as the Blue Raiders career leader in touchdown passes (77) and 300-yard passing games (14). Its everything that I wanted it to be, and more,Ž said the younger Stockstill, who plans to be a coach like his dad. Weve grown closer and closer and really tried to just do it the right way and show people that its a special opportunity.Ž Rick Stockstill said its hard to put into words how much hes enjoyed the time coaching his son.The favoritesEast Division: Florida Atlantic returns 15 starters, including running back Devin Singletary and linebacker Azeez Al-Shaair, the preseason C-USA offense and defensive players of the year. Singletary led the nation with 32 rushing touchdowns while running for 1,920 yards, and Al-Shaair had 147 tackles. The Owls will have a new starting quarterback „ former Oklahoma player Chris Robison or DeAndre Johnson, by way of Florida State and East Mississippi Community College. West Division: Two of the losses by North Texas last season were to FAU, and both were lopsided „ “rst in the regular season and then in the C-USA championship game. But the Mean Green were 7-0 against other C-USA opponents. Quarterback Mason Fine (school records of 4,052 yards passing and 31 TDs), last years C-USA offensive player of the year, is among 17 returning starters. Top tackler E.J. Ejiya is also back. FAU visits Denton on Nov. 15, about two weeks before the league championship game.New coachesMike Bloomgren takes over at Rice as a “rst-time head coach after the past seven seasons as a Stanford assistant. The 41-year-old Bloomgren replaced two-time C-USA coach of the year David Baliff, “red after Rice “nished 1-11 in his 11th season. New UTEP coach Dana Dimel was previously head coach at Wyoming (1997-99) and Houston (2000-02), and was an assistant at Kansas State, his alma mater, the past nine years. The Miners were the only Division I team that didnt win a game last season.FAU favored to repeat at C-USA champ after change under LaneBy STEPHEN HAWKINSAP SPORTS WRITER AP PHOTOIn this Dec. 2, 2017, photo, Central Florida quarterback McKenzie Milton scrambles during the second half of the American Athletic Conference championship against Memphis, in Orlando. AP PHOTOAt left, Florida International head coach Butch Davis directs his players as they warm up before a game against Central Florida, in Orlando. At right, Florida Atlantic head coach Lane Kin gestures from the sidelines during a game against Wisconsin, in Madison, Wisconsin.

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Page 20 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 TEAMBYTEAM SCHEDULES NCAA SCHEDULES AIR FORCESept. 1 Stony Brook, TBA Sept. 8 at FAU, 2 p.m. Sept. 22 at Utah St., TBA Sept. 29 Nevada, TBA Oct. 6 Navy, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 12 at San Diego St., 9 p.m. Oct. 19 at UNLV, 10 p.m. Oct. 27 Boise St., 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Army, Noon Nov. 10 New Mexico, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Wyoming, TBA Nov. 22 Colorado St., 3:30 p.m.AKRONSept. 1 at Nebraska, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Morgan St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Northwestern, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Iowa St., TBA Oct. 6 Miami (Ohio), 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Bualo, TBA Oct. 20 at Kent St., TBA Oct. 27 Cent. Michigan, TBA Nov. 1 N. Illinois, 7 p.m. Nov. 10 at E. Michigan, TBA Nov. 17 Bowling Green, TBA Nov. 23 at Ohio, TBAALABAMASept. 1 Louisville, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Arkansas St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Mississippi, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Texas A&M, TBA Sept. 29 Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Oct. 6 at Arkansas, TBA Oct. 13 Missouri, TBA Oct. 20 at Tennessee, TBA Nov. 3 at LSU, TBA Nov. 10 Mississippi St., TBA Nov. 17 The Citadel, TBA Nov. 24 Auburn, TBAAPPALACHIAN ST.Sept. 1 at Penn St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 Southern Miss., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Gardner-Webb, TBA Sept. 29 South Alabama, TBA Oct. 9 at Arkansas St., 8 p.m. Oct. 20 Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Oct. 25 at Georgia Southern, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Coastal Carolina, TBA Nov. 10 at Texas St., TBA Nov. 17 Georgia St., TBA Nov. 24 Troy, TBAARIZONASept. 1 BYU, 10:45 p.m. Sept. 8 at Houston, Noon Sept. 15 S. Utah, 11 p.m. Sept. 22 at Oregon St., TBA Sept. 29 Southern Cal, TBA Oct. 6 California, TBA Oct. 12 at Utah, 10 p.m. Oct. 20 at UCLA, TBA Oct. 27 Oregon, TBA Nov. 2 Colorado, 10:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Washington St., TBA Nov. 24 Arizona St., TBAARIZONA ST.Sept. 1 UTSA, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Michigan St., 10:45 p.m. Sept. 15 at San Diego St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Washington, TBA Sept. 29 Oregon St., TBA Oct. 6 at Colorado, TBA Oct. 18 Stanford, 9 p.m. Oct. 27 at Southern Cal, TBA Nov. 3 Utah, TBA Nov. 10 UCLA, TBA Nov. 17 at Oregon, TBA Nov. 24 at Arizona, TBAARKANSASSept. 1 E. Illinois, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 at Colorado St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 North Texas, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at Auburn, TBA Sept. 29 Texas A&M, TBA Oct. 6 Alabama, TBA Oct. 13 Mississippi, TBA Oct. 20 Tulsa, TBA Oct. 27 Vanderbilt, TBA Nov. 10 LSU, TBA Nov. 17 at Mississippi St., TBA Nov. 23 at Missouri, 2:30 p.m.ARKANSAS ST.Sept. 1 SE Missouri, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Alabama, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Tulsa, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 UNLV, TBA Sept. 29 at Georgia Southern, TBA Oct. 9 Appalachian St., 8 p.m. Oct. 18 Georgia St., 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Nov. 3 South Alabama, TBA Nov. 10 at Coastal Carolina, TBA Nov. 17 Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Nov. 24 at Texas St., TBAARMYAug. 31 at Duke, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 Liberty, Noon Sept. 15 Hawaii, Noon Sept. 22 at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Bualo, TBA Oct. 13 at San Jose St., TBA Oct. 20 Miami (Ohio), Noon Oct. 27 at E. Michigan, TBA Nov. 3 Air Force, Noon Nov. 10 Lafayette, Noon Nov. 17 Colgate, Noon Dec. 8 Navy, 3 p.m.AUBURNSept. 1 Washington, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Alabama St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 LSU, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Arkansas, TBA Sept. 29 Southern Miss., TBA Oct. 6 at Mississippi St., TBA Oct. 13 Tennessee, TBA Oct. 20 at Mississippi, TBA Nov. 3 Texas A&M, TBA Nov. 10 at Georgia, TBA Nov. 17 Liberty, TBA Nov. 24 at Alabama, TBABYUSept. 1 at Arizona, 10:45 p.m. Sept. 8 California, 10:15 p.m. Sept. 15 at Wisconsin, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 McNeese St., 6 p.m. Sept. 29 at Washington, TBA Oct. 5 Utah St., 9 p.m. Oct. 13 Hawaii, TBA Oct. 27 N. Illinois, TBA Nov. 3 at Boise St., TBA Nov. 10 at UMass, TBA Nov. 17 New Mexico St., TBA Nov. 24 at Utah, TBABALL ST.Aug. 30 CCSU, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Notre Dame, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Indiana, Noon Sept. 22 W. Kentucky, TBA Sept. 29 Kent St., TBA Oct. 6 N. Illinois, TBA Oct. 13 at Cent. Michigan, TBA Oct. 20 E. Michigan, 3 p.m. Oct. 25 at Ohio, 7 p.m. Oct. 31 at Toledo, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 13 W. Michigan, 6 p.m. Nov. 20 at Miami (Ohio), 7 p.m.BAYLORSept. 1 Abilene Christian, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at UTSA, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Duke, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Kansas, TBA Sept. 29 at Oklahoma, TBA Oct. 6 Kansas St., TBA Oct. 13 at Texas, TBA Oct. 25 at West Virginia, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 Oklahoma St., TBA Nov. 10 at Iowa St., TBA Nov. 17 TCU, TBA Nov. 24 at Texas Tech, TBABOISE ST.Sept. 1 at Troy, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 UConn, 10:15 p.m. Sept. 15 at Oklahoma St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Wyoming, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 San Diego St., TBA Oct. 13 at Nevada, 10:30 p.m. Oct. 19 Colorado St., 9 p.m. Oct. 27 at Air Force, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 BYU, TBA Nov. 9 Fresno St., 10:15 p.m. Nov. 16 at New Mexico, 9 p.m. Nov. 24 Utah St., TBABOSTON COLLEGESept. 1 UMass, 1 p.m. Sept. 8 Holy Cross, 1 p.m. Sept. 13 at Wake Forest, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Purdue, Noon Sept. 29 Temple, TBA Oct. 6 at NC State, TBA Oct. 13 Louisville, TBA Oct. 26 Miami, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Virginia Tech, TBA Nov. 10 Clemson, TBA Nov. 17 at Florida St., TBA Nov. 24 Syracuse, TBABOWLING GREENSept. 1 at Oregon, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Maryland, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 E. Kentucky, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 Miami (Ohio), TBA Sept. 29 at Georgia Tech, TBA Oct. 6 at Toledo, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 W. Michigan, 3 p.m. Oct. 20 at Ohio, 2 p.m. Oct. 30 Kent St., 8 p.m. Nov. 10 at Cent. Michigan, TBA Nov. 17 at Akron, TBA Nov. 23 Bualo, TBABUFFALOSept. 1 Delaware St., 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Temple, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 E. Michigan, 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at Rutgers, TBA Sept. 29 Army, TBA Oct. 6 at Cent. Michigan, TBA Oct. 13 Akron, TBA Oct. 20 at Toledo, TBA Oct. 30 Miami (Ohio), 8 p.m. Nov. 6 Kent St., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 14 at Ohio, TBA Nov. 23 at Bowling Green, TBACALIFORNIASept. 1 North Carolina, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 at BYU, 10:15 p.m. Sept. 15 Idaho St., 6 p.m. Sept. 29 Oregon, TBA Oct. 6 at Arizona, TBA Oct. 13 UCLA, TBA Oct. 20 at Oregon St., TBA Oct. 27 Washington, TBA Nov. 3 at Washington St., TBA Nov. 10 at Southern Cal, TBA Nov. 17 Stanford, TBA Nov. 24 Colorado, TBACENT. MICHIGANSept. 1 at Kentucky, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Kansas, 3 p.m. Sept. 15 at N. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Maine, TBA Sept. 29 at Michigan St., TBA Oct. 6 Bualo, TBA Oct. 13 Ball St., TBA Oct. 20 W. Michigan, 3 p.m. Oct. 27 at Akron, TBA Nov. 3 at E. Michigan, TBA Nov. 10 Bowling Green, TBA Nov. 23 at Toledo, TBACHARLOTTESept. 1 Fordham, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 Appalachian St., 6 p.m. Sept. 15 Old Dominion, 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at UMass, TBA Sept. 29 at UAB, TBA Oct. 13 W. Kentucky, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Middle Tennessee, 3 p.m. Oct. 27 Southern Miss., 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at Tennessee, TBA Nov. 10 at Marshall 2:30 p.m. Nov. 17 FIU, 2 p.m. Nov. 24 at FAU, TBACINCINNATISept. 1 at UCLA, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Miami (Ohio), 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Alabama A&M, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Ohio, TBA Sept. 29 at UConn, TBA Oct. 6 Tulane, TBA Oct. 20 at Temple, TBA Oct. 27 at SMU, TBA Nov. 3 Navy, TBA Nov. 10 South Florida, TBA Nov. 17 at UCF, TBA Nov. 23 East Carolina, TBACLEMSONSept. 1 Furman, 12:20 p.m. Sept. 8 at Texas A&M, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Georgia Southern, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Georgia Tech, TBA Sept. 29 Syracuse, TBA Oct. 6 at Wake Forest, TBA Oct. 20 NC State, TBA Oct. 27 at Florida St., TBA Nov. 3 Louisville, TBA Nov. 10 at Boston College, TBA Nov. 17 Duke, TBA Nov. 24 South Carolina, TBACOLORADOAug. 31 at Colorado St., 9:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Nebraska, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 New Hampshire, 5 p.m. Sept. 28 UCLA, 9 p.m. Oct. 6 Arizona St., TBA Oct. 13 at Southern Cal, TBA Oct. 20 at Washington, TBA Oct. 27 Oregon St., TBA Nov. 2 at Arizona, 10:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Washington St., TBA Nov. 17 Utah, TBA Nov. 24 at California, TBANCAA | 21 TACKLE THIS OFFERAND YOULL SCORE THE GLASS! 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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 21 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 TEAMBYTEAM SCHEDULES COLORADO ST.Aug. 25 Hawaii, 7:30 p.m. Aug. 31 Colorado, 9:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Arkansas, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Florida, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 Illinois St., TBA Oct. 6 at San Jose St., 10:30 p.m. Oct. 13 New Mexico, TBA Oct. 19 at Boise St., 9 p.m. Oct. 26 Wyoming, 10 p.m. Nov. 10 at Nevada, TBA Nov. 17 Utah St., TBA Nov. 22 at Air Force, 3:30 p.m.DUKEAug. 31 Army, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Northwestern, Noon Sept. 15 at Baylor, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 NC Central, TBA Sept. 29 Virginia Tech, TBA Oct. 13 at Georgia Tech, TBA Oct. 20 Virginia, TBA Oct. 27 at Pittsburgh, TBA Nov. 3 at Miami, TBA Nov. 10 North Carolina, TBA Nov. 17 at Clemson, TBA Nov. 24 Wake Forest, TBAE. MICHIGANAug. 31 Monmouth (NJ), 6:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Purdue, Noon Sept. 15 at Bualo, 6 p.m. Sept. 22 at San Diego St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 29 N. Illinois, 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at W. Michigan, Noon Oct. 13 Toledo, TBA Oct. 20 at Ball St., 3 p.m. Oct. 27 Army, TBA Nov. 3 Cent. Michigan, TBA Nov. 10 Akron, TBA Nov. 23 at Kent St., TBAEAST CAROLINASept. 1 NC A&T, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 North Carolina, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Virginia Tech, 12:20 p.m. Sept. 22 at South Florida, TBA Sept. 29 Old Dominion, TBA Oct. 6 at Temple, TBA Oct. 13 Houston, TBA Oct. 20 UCF, TBA Nov. 3 Memphis, TBA Nov. 10 at Tulane, TBA Nov. 17 UConn, TBA Nov. 23 at Cincinnati, TBAFAUSept. 1 at Oklahoma, Noon Sept. 8 Air Force, 2 p.m. Sept. 15 Bethune-Cookman, 6 p.m. Sept. 21 at UCF, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Middle Tennessee, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 Old Dominion, 5 p.m. Oct. 20 at Marshall, 2:30 p.m. Oct. 26 Louisiana Tech, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at FIU, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 W. Kentucky, 5 p.m. Nov. 15 at North Texas, 9:30 p.m. Nov. 24 Charlotte, 6 p.m.FIUSept. 1 Indiana, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Old Dominion, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 UMass, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Miami, TBA Sept. 29 Ark.-Pine Blu, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Middle Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Rice, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 FAU, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at UTSA, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 at Charlotte, 2 p.m. Nov. 24 Marshall, NoonFLORIDASept. 1 Charleston Southern, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Colorado St., 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at Tennessee, TBA Sept. 29 at Mississippi St., TBA Oct. 6 LSU, TBA Oct. 13 at Vanderbilt, TBA Oct. 27 Georgia, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 3 Missouri, TBA Nov. 10 South Carolina, TBA Nov. 17 Idaho, TBA Nov. 24 at Florida St., TBAFLORIDA ST.Sept. 3 Virginia Tech, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Samford, 7:20 p.m. Sept. 15 at Syracuse, Noon Sept. 22 N. Illinois, TBA Sept. 29 at Louisville, TBA Oct. 6 at Miami, TBA Oct. 20 Wake Forest, TBA Oct. 27 Clemson, TBA Nov. 3 at NC State, TBA Nov. 10 at Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 Boston College, TBAFRESNO ST.Sept. 1 Idaho, 10 p.m. Sept. 8 at Minnesota, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at UCLA, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 29 Toledo, TBA Oct. 6 at Nevada, TBA Oct. 13 Wyoming, TBA Oct. 20 at New Mexico, TBA Oct. 27 Hawaii, TBA Nov. 3 at UNLV, 10:30 p.m. Nov. 9 at Boise St., 10:15 p.m. Nov. 17 San Diego St., 10:30 p.m. Nov. 24 San Jose St., TBAGEORGIASept. 1 Austin Peay, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at South Carolina, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Middle Tennessee, 7:15 p.m. Sept. 22 at Missouri, TBA Sept. 29 Tennessee, TBA Oct. 6 Vanderbilt, TBA Oct. 13 at LSU, TBA Oct. 27 Florida, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Kentucky, TBA Nov. 10 Auburn, TBA Nov. 17 UMass, TBA Nov. 24 Georgia Tech, TBAGEORGIA SOUTHERNSept. 1 SC State, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 UMass, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at Clemson, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29 Arkansas St., TBA Oct. 6 South Alabama, TBA Oct. 11 at Texas St., 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at New Mexico St., 6 p.m. Oct. 25 Appalachian St., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Nov. 10 Troy, TBA Nov. 17 at Coastal Carolina, TBA Nov. 24 at Georgia St., TBAGEORGIA ST.Aug. 30 Kennesaw St., 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at NC State, 12:30 p.m. Sept. 14 at Memphis, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 W. Michigan, TBA Sept. 29 Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Oct. 4 at Troy, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 18 at Arkansas St., 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Coastal Carolina, TBA Nov. 3 Texas St., TBA Nov. 10 at Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Nov. 17 at Appalachian St., TBA Nov. 24 Georgia Southern, TBAGEORGIA TECHSept. 1 Alcorn St., 12:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at South Florida, Noon Sept. 15 at Pittsburgh, 12:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Clemson, TBA Sept. 29 Bowling Green, TBA Oct. 5 at Louisville, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 Duke, TBA Oct. 25 at Virginia Tech, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at North Carolina, TBA Nov. 10 Miami, TBA Nov. 17 Virginia, TBA Nov. 24 at Georgia, TBAHAWAIIAug. 25 at Colorado St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 1 Navy, 11 p.m. Sept. 8 Rice, 11:59 p.m. Sept. 15 at Army, Noon Sept. 22 Duquesne, 11:59 p.m. Sept. 29 at San Jose St., 7 p.m. Oct. 6 Wyoming, 11:59 p.m. Oct. 13 at BYU, TBA Oct. 20 Nevada, 11:59 p.m. Oct. 27 at Fresno St., TBA Nov. 3 Utah St., 11:59 p.m. Nov. 17 UNLV, 11 p.m. Nov. 24 at San Diego St., TBAHOUSTONSept. 1 at Rice, Noon Sept. 8 Arizona, Noon Sept. 15 at Texas Tech, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 Texas Southern, 8 p.m. Oct. 4 Tulsa, 8 p.m. Oct. 13 at East Carolina, TBA Oct. 20 at Navy, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 27 South Florida, TBA Nov. 3 at SMU, TBA Nov. 10 Temple, TBA Nov. 15 Tulane, 8 p.m. Nov. 23 at Memphis, TBAIDAHOSept. 1 at Fresno St., 4 p.m. Sept. 8 W. New Mexico, TBA Sept. 22 at UC-Davis, 10 p.m. Sept. 29 Portland St., TBA Oct. 6 at Idaho St., TBA Oct. 13 at Montana St., TBA Oct. 20 S. Utah, TBA Oct. 27 at E. Washington, TBA Nov. 3 North Dakota, TBA Nov. 10 Montana, TBA Nov. 17 at Florida, TBAILLINOISSept. 1 Kent St., Noon Sept. 8 W. Illinois, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 South Florida, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 21 Penn St., 9 p.m. Oct. 6 at Rutgers, TBA Oct. 13 Purdue, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Wisconsin, Noon Oct. 27 at Maryland, TBA Nov. 3 Minnesota, TBA Nov. 10 at Nebraska, TBA Nov. 17 Iowa, TBA Nov. 24 at Northwestern, TBAINDIANASept. 1 at FIU, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 Virginia, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Ball St., Noon Sept. 22 Michigan St., TBA Sept. 29 at Rutgers, TBA Oct. 6 at Ohio St., TBA Oct. 13 Iowa, Noon Oct. 20 Penn St., TBA Oct. 26 at Minnesota, TBA Nov. 10 Maryland, TBA Nov. 17 at Michigan, TBA Nov. 24 Purdue, TBAIOWASept. 1 N. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Iowa St., 5 p.m. Sept. 15 N. Iowa, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Wisconsin, TBA Oct. 6 at Minnesota, TBA Oct. 13 at Indiana, Noon Oct. 20 Maryland, Noon Oct. 27 at Penn St., TBA Nov. 3 at Purdue, TBA Nov. 10 Northwestern, TBA Nov. 17 at Illinois, TBA Nov. 23 Nebraska, NoonIOWA ST.Sept. 1 S. Dakota St., 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Iowa, 5 p.m. Sept. 15 Oklahoma, Noon Sept. 22 Akron, TBA Sept. 29 at TCU, TBA Oct. 6 at Oklahoma St., TBA Oct. 13 West Virginia, TBA Oct. 27 Texas Tech, TBA Nov. 3 at Kansas, TBA Nov. 10 Baylor, TBA Nov. 17 at Texas, 8 p.m. Nov. 24 Kansas St., TBAKANSASSept. 1 Nicholls, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Cent. Michigan, 3 p.m. Sept. 15 Rutgers, Noon Sept. 22 at Baylor, TBA Sept. 29 Oklahoma St., TBA Oct. 6 at West Virginia, TBA Oct. 20 at Texas Tech, TBA Oct. 27 TCU, TBA Nov. 3 Iowa St., TBA Nov. 10 at Kansas St., TBA Nov. 17 at Oklahoma, TBA Nov. 23 Texas, NoonKANSAS ST.Sept. 1 South Dakota, 7:10 p.m. Sept. 8 Mississippi St., Noon Sept. 15 UTSA, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at West Virginia, TBA Sept. 29 Texas, TBA Oct. 6 at Baylor, TBA Oct. 13 Oklahoma St., TBA Oct. 27 at Oklahoma, TBA Nov. 3 at TCU, TBA Nov. 10 Kansas, TBA Nov. 17 Texas Tech, TBA Nov. 24 at Iowa St., TBAKENT ST.Sept. 1 at Illinois, Noon Sept. 8 Howard, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Penn St., Noon Sept. 22 at Mississippi, TBA Sept. 29 at Ball St., TBA Oct. 6 Ohio, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Miami (Ohio), TBA Oct. 20 Akron, TBA Oct. 30 at Bowling Green, 8 p.m. Nov. 6 at Bualo, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 15 Toledo, 6 p.m. Nov. 23 E. Michigan, TBAKENTUCKYSept. 1 Cent. Michigan, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Murray St., Noon Sept. 22 Mississippi St., TBA Sept. 29 South Carolina, TBA Oct. 6 at Texas A&M, TBA Oct. 20 Vanderbilt, TBA Oct. 27 at Missouri, TBA Nov. 3 Georgia, TBA Nov. 10 at Tennessee, TBA Nov. 17 Middle Tennessee, TBA Nov. 24 at Louisville, TBALSUSept. 2 Miami, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 SE Louisiana, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Auburn, 4:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Louisiana Tech, TBA Sept. 29 Mississippi, TBA Oct. 6 at Florida, TBA Oct. 13 Georgia, TBA Oct. 20 Mississippi St., TBA Nov. 3 Alabama, TBA Nov. 10 at Arkansas, TBA Nov. 17 Rice, TBA Nov. 24 at Texas A&M, TBALIBERTYSept. 1 Old Dominion, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Army, Noon Sept. 15 Norfolk St., 6 p.m. Sept. 22 North Texas, 6 p.m. Sept. 29 at New Mexico, TBA Oct. 6 at New Mexico St., 8 p.m. Oct. 13 Troy, 2 p.m. Oct. 20 Idaho St., 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at UMass, TBA Nov. 10 at Virginia, TBA Nov. 17 at Auburn, TBA Nov. 24 New Mexico St., 2 p.m.LOUISIANA TECHSept. 1 at South Alabama, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 Southern U., 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at LSU, TBA Sept. 29 at North Texas, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 UAB, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at UTSA, 7 p.m. Oct. 20 UTEP, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at FAU, 6:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Mississippi St., TBA Nov. 10 Rice, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 at Southern Miss., 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 W. Kentucky, NoonLOUISIANA-LAFAYETTESept. 1 Grambling St., 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Mississippi St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Coastal Carolina, TBA Sept. 29 at Alabama, TBA Oct. 6 at Texas St., TBA Oct. 13 New Mexico St., TBA Oct. 20 at Appalachian St., TBA Oct. 27 Arkansas St., TBA Nov. 3 at Troy, TBA Nov. 10 Georgia St., TBA Nov. 17 South Alabama, TBA Nov. 24 at Louisiana-Monroe, TBALOUISIANA-MONROEAug. 30 SE Louisiana, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Southern Miss., 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Texas A&M, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Troy, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Georgia St., TBA Oct. 6 at Mississippi, TBA Oct. 13 at Coastal Carolina, TBA Oct. 20 Texas St., 7 p.m. Nov. 3 Georgia Southern, 3 p.m. Nov. 10 at South Alabama, TBA Nov. 17 at Arkansas St., TBA Nov. 24 Louisiana-Lafayette, 3 p.m.LOUISVILLESept. 1 Alabama, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Indiana St., 7 p.m. Sept. 15 W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Virginia, TBA Sept. 29 Florida St., TBA Oct. 5 Georgia Tech, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at Boston College, TBA Oct. 27 Wake Forest, TBA Nov. 3 at Clemson, TBA Nov. 9 at Syracuse, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 NC State, TBA Nov. 24 Kentucky, TBAMARSHALLSept. 1 at Miami (Ohio), 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 E. Kentucky, 6:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at South Carolina, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 NC State, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 5 Middle Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Old Dominion, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 FAU, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Southern Miss., 3 p.m. Nov. 10 Charlotte, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 17 UTSA, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at FIU, NoonMARYLANDSept. 1 Texas, Noon Sept. 8 at Bowling Green, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 Temple, Noon Sept. 22 Minnesota, TBA Oct. 6 at Michigan, Noon Oct. 13 Rutgers, Noon Oct. 20 at Iowa, Noon Oct. 27 Illinois, TBA Nov. 3 Michigan St., TBA Nov. 10 at Indiana, TBA Nov. 17 Ohio St., TBA Nov. 24 at Penn St., TBAMEMPHISSept. 1 Mercer, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Navy, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 14 Georgia St., 7 p.m. Sept. 22 South Alabama, 8 p.m. Sept. 28 at Tulane, 8 p.m. Oct. 6 UConn, TBA Oct. 13 UCF, TBA Oct. 20 at Missouri, TBA Nov. 3 at East Carolina, TBA Nov. 10 Tulsa, TBA Nov. 16 at SMU, 9 p.m. Nov. 23 Houston, TBAMIAMISept. 2 LSU, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Savannah St., 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at Toledo, Noon Sept. 22 FIU, TBA Sept. 27 North Carolina, 8 p.m. Oct. 6 Florida St., TBA Oct. 13 at Virginia, TBA Oct. 26 at Boston College, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 Duke, TBA Nov. 10 at Georgia Tech, TBA Nov. 17 at Virginia Tech, TBA Nov. 24 Pittsburgh, TBAMIAMI (OHIO)Sept. 1 Marshall, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Cincinnati, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at Minnesota, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Bowling Green, TBA Sept. 29 W. Michigan, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Akron, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Kent St., TBA Oct. 20 at Army, Noon Oct. 30 at Bualo, 8 p.m. Nov. 7 Ohio, TBA Nov. 14 at N. Illinois, TBA Nov. 20 Ball St., 7 p.m.MICHIGANSept. 1 at Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 W. Michigan, Noon Sept. 15 SMU, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Nebraska, TBA Sept. 29 at Northwestern, TBA Oct. 6 Maryland, Noon Oct. 13 Wisconsin, TBA Oct. 20 at Michigan St., TBA Nov. 3 Penn St., TBA Nov. 10 at Rutgers, TBA Nov. 17 Indiana, TBA Nov. 24 at Ohio St., NoonMICHIGAN ST.Aug. 31 Utah St., 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Arizona St., 10:45 p.m. Sept. 22 at Indiana, TBA Sept. 29 Cent. Michigan, TBA Oct. 6 Northwestern, Noon Oct. 13 at Penn St., TBA Oct. 20 Michigan, TBA Oct. 27 Purdue, TBA Nov. 3 at Maryland, TBA Nov. 10 Ohio St., TBA Nov. 17 at Nebraska, TBA Nov. 24 Rutgers, TBAMIDDLE TENNESSEESept. 1 at Vanderbilt, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 UT-Martin, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Georgia, 7:15 p.m. Sept. 29 FAU, 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at Marshall, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at FIU, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Charlotte, 3 p.m. Oct. 27 at Old Dominion, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 2 W. Kentucky, 8 p.m. Nov. 10 at UTEP, 4 p.m. Nov. 17 at Kentucky, TBA Nov. 24 UAB, 3 p.m.MINNESOTAAug. 30 New Mexico St., 7 p.m. Sept. 8 Fresno St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Miami (Ohio), 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Maryland, TBA Oct. 6 Iowa, TBA Oct. 13 at Ohio St., TBA Oct. 20 at Nebraska, TBA Oct. 26 Indiana, 8 p.m. Nov. 3 at Illinois, TBA Nov. 10 Purdue, TBA Nov. 17 Northwestern, TBA Nov. 24 at Wisconsin, TBAMISSISSIPPISept. 1 at Texas Tech, Noon Sept. 8 S. Illinois, 4 p.m. Sept. 15 Alabama, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Kent St., TBA Sept. 29 at LSU, TBA Oct. 6 Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Oct. 13 at Arkansas, TBA Oct. 20 Auburn, TBA Nov. 3 South Carolina, TBA Nov. 10 at Texas A&M, TBA Nov. 17 at Vanderbilt, TBA Nov. 22 Mississippi St. 7:30 p.m.MISSISSIPPI ST.Sept. 1 Stephen F. Austin, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Kansas St., Noon Sept. 15 Louisiana-Lafayette, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Kentucky, TBA Sept. 29 Florida, TBA Oct. 6 Auburn, TBA Oct. 20 at LSU, TBA Oct. 27 Texas A&M, TBA Nov. 3 Louisiana Tech, TBA Nov. 10 at Alabama, TBA Nov. 17 Arkansas, TBA Nov. 22 at Mississippi, 7:30 p.m.MISSOURISept. 1 UT-Martin, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 Wyoming, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Purdue, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Georgia, TBA Oct. 6 at South Carolina, TBA Oct. 13 at Alabama, TBA Oct. 20 Memphis, TBA Oct. 27 Kentucky, TBA Nov. 3 at Florida, TBA Nov. 10 Vanderbilt, TBA Nov. 17 at Tennessee, TBA Nov. 23 Arkansas, 2:30 p.m.N. ILLINOISSept. 1 at Iowa, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Utah, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Cent. Michigan, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Florida St., TBA Sept. 29 at E. Michigan, 6 p.m. Oct. 6 at Ball St., TBA Oct. 13 Ohio, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at BYU, TBA Nov. 1 at Akron, 7 p.m. Nov. 7 Toledo, TBA Nov. 14 Miami (Ohio), TBA Nov. 20 at W. Michigan, 7 p.m.NC STATESept. 1 James Madison, Noon Sept. 8 Georgia St., 12:30 p.m. Sept. 15 West Virginia, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Marshall, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 Virginia, TBA Oct. 6 Boston College, TBA Oct. 20 at Clemson, TBA Oct. 27 at Syracuse, TBA Nov. 3 Florida St., TBA Nov. 8 Wake Forest, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Louisville, TBA Nov. 24 at North Carolina, TBANAVYSept. 1 at Hawaii, 11 p.m. Sept. 8 Memphis, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Lehigh, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at SMU, TBA Oct. 6 at Air Force, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Temple, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Houston, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Notre Dame, 8 p.m. Nov. 3 at Cincinnati, TBA Nov. 10 at UCF, TBA Nov. 17 Tulsa, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at Tulane, TBA Dec. 8 Army, 3 p.m.NEBRASKASept. 1 Akron, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Colorado, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Troy, Noon Sept. 22 at Michigan, TBA Sept. 29 Purdue, TBA Oct. 6 at Wisconsin, TBA Oct. 13 at Northwestern, Noon Oct. 20 Minnesota, TBA Nov. 3 at Ohio St., TBA Nov. 10 Illinois, TBA Nov. 17 Michigan St., TBA Nov. 23 at Iowa, NoonNEVADAAug. 31 Portland St., 9 p.m. Sept. 8 at Vanderbilt, Noon Sept. 15 Oregon St., 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Toledo, TBA Sept. 29 at Air Force, TBA Oct. 6 Fresno St., TBA Oct. 13 Boise St., 10:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Hawaii, 11:59 p.m. Oct. 27 San Diego St., TBA Nov. 10 Colorado St., TBA Nov. 17 at San Jose St., TBA Nov. 24 at UNLV, 9:30 p.m.NEW MEXICOSept. 1 Incarnate Word, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Wisconsin, Noon Sept. 15 at New Mexico St., 8 p.m. Sept. 29 Liberty, TBA Oct. 6 at UNLV, TBA Oct. 13 at Colorado St., TBA Oct. 20 Fresno St., TBA Oct. 27 at Utah St., TBA Nov. 3 San Diego St., TBA Nov. 10 at Air Force, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 16 Boise St., 9 p.m. Nov. 24 Wyoming, TBANEW MEXICO ST.Aug. 25 Wyoming, 8 p.m. Aug. 30 at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Utah St., TBA Sept. 15 New Mexico, 8 p.m. Sept. 22 at UTEP, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 Liberty, 8 p.m. Oct. 13 at Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Oct. 20 Georgia Southern, 4 p.m. Oct. 27 at Texas St., TBA Nov. 3 Alcorn St., 4 p.m. Nov. 17 at BYU, TBA Nov. 24 at Liberty, 2 p.m.NORTH CAROLINASept. 1 at California, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 at East Carolina, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 UCF, Noon Sept. 22 Pittsburgh, TBA Sept. 27 at Miami, 8 p.m. Oct. 13 Virginia Tech, TBA Oct. 20 at Syracuse, TBA Oct. 27 at Virginia, TBA Nov. 3 Georgia Tech, TBA Nov. 10 at Duke, TBA Nov. 17 W. Carolina, TBA Nov. 24 NC State, TBANORTH TEXASSept. 1 SMU, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Incarnate Word, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Arkansas, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at Liberty, 6 p.m. Sept. 29 Louisiana Tech, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at UTEP, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Southern Miss., 2 p.m. Oct. 20 at UAB, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Rice, 4 p.m. Nov. 10 at Old Dominion, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 15 FAU, 9:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at UTSA, 7 p.m.NORTHWESTERNAug. 30 at Purdue, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Duke, Noon Sept. 15 Akron, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 Michigan, TBA Oct. 6 at Michigan St., Noon Oct. 13 Nebraska, Noon Oct. 20 at Rutgers, Noon Oct. 27 Wisconsin, TBA Nov. 3 Notre Dame, TBA Nov. 10 at Iowa, TBA Nov. 17 at Minnesota, TBA Nov. 24 Illinois, TBANOTRE DAMESept. 1 Michigan, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Ball St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Vanderbilt, 2:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Wake Forest, TBA Sept. 29 Stanford, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Virginia Tech, TBA Oct. 13 Pittsburgh, 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Navy, 8 p.m. Nov. 3 at Northwestern, TBA Nov. 10 Florida St., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 Syracuse, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at Southern Cal, TBAOHIOSept. 1 Howard, 2 p.m. Sept. 15 at Virginia, 3 p.m. Sept. 22 at Cincinnati, TBA Sept. 29 UMass, TBA Oct. 6 at Kent St., 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at N. Illinois, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Bowling Green, 2 p.m. Oct. 25 Ball St., 7 p.m. Nov. 1 at W. Michigan, 7 p.m. Nov. 7 at Miami (Ohio), TBA Nov. 14 Bualo, TBA Nov. 23 Akron, TBANCAAFROM PAGE 20 NCAA | 22

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Page 22 Friday, August 24, 2018 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 TEAMBYTEAM SCHEDULES OHIO ST.Sept. 1 Oregon St., Noon Sept. 8 Rutgers, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 TCU, 8 p.m. Sept. 22 Tulane, TBA Sept. 29 at Penn St., TBA Oct. 6 Indiana, TBA Oct. 13 Minnesota, TBA Oct. 20 at Purdue, TBA Nov. 3 Nebraska, TBA Nov. 10 at Michigan St., TBA Nov. 17 at Maryland, TBA Nov. 24 Michigan, TBAOKLAHOMASept. 1 FAU, Noon Sept. 8 UCLA, 1 p.m. Sept. 15 at Iowa St., Noon Sept. 22 Army, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 Baylor, TBA Oct. 6 Texas, TBA Oct. 20 at TCU, TBA Oct. 27 Kansas St., TBA Nov. 3 at Texas Tech, TBA Nov. 10 Oklahoma St., TBA Nov. 17 Kansas, TBA Nov. 23 at West Virginia, 8 p.m.OKLAHOMA ST.Aug. 30 Missouri St., 8 p.m. Sept. 8 South Alabama, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Boise St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Texas Tech, TBA Sept. 29 at Kansas, TBA Oct. 6 Iowa St., TBA Oct. 13 at Kansas St., TBA Oct. 27 Texas, TBA Nov. 3 at Baylor, TBA Nov. 10 at Oklahoma, TBA Nov. 17 West Virginia, TBA Nov. 24 at TCU, TBAOLD DOMINIONSept. 1 at Liberty, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 FIU, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Charlotte, 6 p.m. Sept. 22 Virginia Tech, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at East Carolina, TBA Oct. 6 at FAU, 5 p.m. Oct. 13 Marshall, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Middle Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 10 North Texas, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 17 VMI, 2 p.m. Nov. 24 at Rice, 1 p.m.OREGONSept. 1 Bowling Green, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Portland St., 2 p.m. Sept. 15 San Jose St., 5 p.m. Sept. 22 Stanford, TBA Sept. 29 at California, TBA Oct. 13 Washington, TBA Oct. 20 at Washington St., TBA Oct. 27 at Arizona, TBA Nov. 3 UCLA, TBA Nov. 10 at Utah, TBA Nov. 17 Arizona St., TBA Nov. 23 at Oregon St. 4 p.m.OREGON ST.Sept. 1 at Ohio St., Noon Sept. 8 S. Utah, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at Nevada, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 Arizona, TBA Sept. 29 at Arizona St., TBA Oct. 6 Washington St., TBA Oct. 20 California, TBA Oct. 27 at Colorado, TBA Nov. 3 Southern Cal, TBA Nov. 10 at Stanford, TBA Nov. 17 at Washington, TBA Nov. 23 Oregon, 4 p.m.PENN ST.Sept. 1 Appalachian St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Kent St., Noon Sept. 21 at Illinois, 9 p.m. Sept. 29 Ohio St., TBA Oct. 13 Michigan St., TBA Oct. 20 at Indiana, TBA Oct. 27 Iowa, TBA Nov. 3 at Michigan, TBA Nov. 10 Wisconsin, TBA Nov. 17 at Rutgers, TBA Nov. 24 Maryland, TBAPITTSBURGHSept. 1 Albany (NY), 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Penn St., 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Georgia Tech, 12:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at North Carolina, TBA Sept. 29 at UCF, TBA Oct. 6 Syracuse, TBA Oct. 13 at Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m. Oct. 27 Duke, TBA Nov. 2 at Virginia, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Virginia Tech, TBA Nov. 17 at Wake Forest, TBA Nov. 24 at Miami, TBAPURDUEAug. 30 Northwestern, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 E. Michigan, Noon Sept. 15 Missouri, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Boston College, Noon Sept. 29 at Nebraska, TBA Oct. 13 at Illinois, TBA Oct. 20 Ohio St., TBA Oct. 27 at Michigan St., TBA Nov. 3 Iowa, TBA Nov. 10 at Minnesota, TBA Nov. 17 Wisconsin, TBA Nov. 24 at Indiana, TBARICEAug. 25 Prairie View, 7 p.m. Sept. 1 Houston, Noon Sept. 8 at Hawaii, TBA Sept. 22 at Southern Miss., 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Wake Forest, TBA Oct. 6 UTSA, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 UAB, 1 p.m. Oct. 20 at FIU, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at North Texas, 4 p.m. Nov. 3 UTEP, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 at LSU, TBA Nov. 24 Old Dominion, 1 p.m.RUTGERSSept. 1 Texas St., Noon Sept. 8 at Ohio St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Kansas, Noon Sept. 22 Bualo, TBA Sept. 29 Indiana, TBA Oct. 6 Illinois, TBA Oct. 13 Maryland, Noon Oct. 20 Northwestern, Noon Nov. 3 at Wisconsin, TBA Nov. 10 Michigan, TBA Nov. 17 Penn St., TBA Nov. 24 at Michigan St., TBASMUSept. 1 at North Texas, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 7 TCU, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at Michigan, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Navy, TBA Sept. 29 Houston Baptist, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at UCF, TBA Oct. 20 at Tulane, TBA Oct. 27 Cincinnati, TBA Nov. 3 Houston, TBA Nov. 10 at UConn, TBA Nov. 16 Memphis, 9 p.m. Nov. 24 at Tulsa, TBASAN DIEGO ST.Aug. 31 at Stanford, 9 p.m. Sept. 8 Sacramento St., 9 p.m. Sept. 15 Arizona St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 22 E. Michigan, 10:30 p.m. Oct. 6 at Boise St., TBA Oct. 12 Air Force, 9 p.m. Oct. 20 San Jose St., 10:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at Nevada, TBA Nov. 3 at New Mexico, TBA Nov. 10 UNLV, TBA Nov. 17 at Fresno St., 10:30 p.m. Nov. 24 Hawaii, TBASAN JOSE ST.Aug. 30 UC-Davis, TBA Sept. 8 at Washington St., 11 p.m. Sept. 15 at Oregon, 5 p.m. Sept. 29 Hawaii, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 Colorado St., 10:30 p.m. Oct. 13 Army, TBA Oct. 20 at San Diego St., 10:30 p.m. Oct. 27 UNLV, TBA Nov. 3 at Wyoming, TBA Nov. 10 at Utah St., TBA Nov. 17 Nevada, TBA Nov. 24 at Fresno St., TBASOUTH ALABAMASept. 1 Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Oklahoma St., 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Texas St., 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Memphis, 8 p.m. Sept. 29 at Appalachian St., TBA Oct. 6 at Georgia Southern, TBA Oct. 13 Alabama St., TBA Oct. 23 Troy, 8 p.m. Nov. 3 at Arkansas St., TBA Nov. 10 Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Nov. 17 at Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Nov. 23 Coastal Carolina, TBASOUTH CAROLINASept. 1 Coastal Carolina, Noon Sept. 8 Georgia, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Marshall, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Vanderbilt, TBA Sept. 29 at Kentucky, TBA Oct. 6 Missouri, TBA Oct. 13 Texas A&M, TBA Oct. 27 Tennessee, TBA Nov. 3 at Mississippi, TBA Nov. 10 at Florida, TBA Nov. 17 Chattanooga, TBA Nov. 24 at Clemson, TBASOUTH FLORIDASept. 1 Elon, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 Georgia Tech, Noon Sept. 15 at Illinois, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 East Carolina, TBA Oct. 6 at UMass, TBA Oct. 12 at Tulsa, 7 p.m. Oct. 20 UConn, TBA Oct. 27 at Houston, TBA Nov. 3 Tulane, TBA Nov. 10 at Cincinnati, TBA Nov. 17 at Temple, TBA Nov. 23 UCF, TBASOUTHERN CALSept. 1 UNLV, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 at Stanford, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Texas, 8 p.m. Sept. 21 Washington St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Arizona, TBA Oct. 13 Colorado, TBA Oct. 20 at Utah, TBA Oct. 27 Arizona St., TBA Nov. 3 at Oregon St., TBA Nov. 10 California, TBA Nov. 17 at UCLA, TBA Nov. 24 Notre Dame, TBASOUTHERN MISS.Sept. 1 Jackson St., 7 p.m. Sept. 8 Louisiana-Monroe, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Appalachian St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Rice, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 at Auburn, TBA Oct. 13 at North Texas, 2 p.m. Oct. 20 UTSA, 7 p.m. Oct. 27 at Charlotte, 2 p.m. Nov. 3 Marshall, 3 p.m. Nov. 10 at UAB, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 Louisiana Tech, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at UTEP, 3 p.m.STANFORDAug. 31 San Diego St., 9 p.m. Sept. 8 Southern Cal, 8:30 p.m. Sept. 15 UC-Davis, 2 p.m. Sept. 22 at Oregon, TBA Sept. 29 at Notre Dame, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 6 Utah, TBA Oct. 18 at Arizona St., 9 p.m. Oct. 27 Washington St., TBA Nov. 3 at Washington, TBA Nov. 10 Oregon St., TBA Nov. 17 at California, TBA Nov. 24 at UCLA, TBASYRACUSEAug. 31 at W. Michigan, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 Wagner, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Florida St., Noon Sept. 22 UConn, TBA Sept. 29 at Clemson, TBA Oct. 6 at Pittsburgh, TBA Oct. 20 North Carolina, TBA Oct. 27 NC State, TBA Nov. 3 at Wake Forest, TBA Nov. 9 Louisville, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at Boston College, TBATCUSept. 1 Southern U., Noon Sept. 7 at SMU, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Ohio St., 8 p.m. Sept. 22 at Texas, TBA Sept. 29 Iowa St., TBA Oct. 11 Texas Tech, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Oklahoma, TBA Oct. 27 at Kansas, TBA Nov. 3 Kansas St., TBA Nov. 10 at West Virginia, TBA Nov. 17 at Baylor, TBA Nov. 24 Oklahoma St., TBATEMPLESept. 1 Villanova, Noon Sept. 8 Bualo, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Maryland, Noon Sept. 20 Tulsa, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Boston College, TBA Oct. 6 East Carolina, TBA Oct. 13 at Navy, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Cincinnati, TBA Nov. 1 at UCF, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at Houston, TBA Nov. 17 South Florida, TBA Nov. 24 at UConn, TBATENNESSEESept. 1 West Virginia, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 ETSU, 4 p.m. Sept. 15 UTEP, Noon Sept. 22 Florida, TBA Sept. 29 at Georgia, TBA Oct. 13 at Auburn, TBA Oct. 20 Alabama, TBA Oct. 27 at South Carolina, TBA Nov. 3 Charlotte, TBA Nov. 10 Kentucky, TBA Nov. 17 Missouri, TBA Nov. 24 at Vanderbilt, TBATEXASSept. 1 at Maryland, Noon Sept. 8 Tulsa, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Southern Cal, 8 p.m. Sept. 22 TCU, TBA Sept. 29 at Kansas St., TBA Oct. 6 Oklahoma, TBA Oct. 13 Baylor, TBA Oct. 27 at Oklahoma St., TBA Nov. 3 West Virginia, TBA Nov. 10 at Texas Tech, TBA Nov. 17 Iowa St., 8 p.m. Nov. 23 at Kansas, NoonTEXAS A&MAug. 30 Northwestern St., 8:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Clemson, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Louisiana-Monroe, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Alabama, TBA Sept. 29 at Arkansas, TBA Oct. 6 Kentucky, TBA Oct. 13 at South Carolina, TBA Oct. 27 at Mississippi St., TBA Nov. 3 at Auburn, TBA Nov. 10 Mississippi, TBA Nov. 17 UAB, TBA Nov. 24 LSU, TBATEXAS ST.Sept. 1 at Rutgers, Noon Sept. 8 Texas Southern, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at South Alabama, 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at UTSA, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Oct. 11 Georgia Southern, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Oct. 27 New Mexico St., TBA Nov. 3 at Georgia St., TBA Nov. 10 Appalachian St., TBA Nov. 17 at Troy, TBA Nov. 24 Arkansas St., TBATEXAS TECHSept. 1 Mississippi, Noon Sept. 8 Lamar, 4 p.m. Sept. 15 Houston, 4 p.m. Sept. 22 at Oklahoma St., TBA Sept. 29 West Virginia, TBA Oct. 11 at TCU, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Kansas, TBA Oct. 27 at Iowa St., TBA Nov. 3 Oklahoma, TBA Nov. 10 Texas, TBA Nov. 17 at Kansas St., TBA Nov. 24 Baylor, TBATOLEDOSept. 1 VMI, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Miami, Noon Sept. 22 Nevada, TBA Sept. 29 at Fresno St., TBA Oct. 6 Bowling Green, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at E. Michigan, TBA Oct. 20 Bualo, TBA Oct. 25 at W. Michigan, 7 p.m. Oct. 31 Ball St., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7 at N. Illinois, TBA Nov. 15 at Kent St., 6 p.m. Nov. 23 Cent. Michigan, TBATROYSept. 1 Boise St., 6 p.m. Sept. 8 Florida A&M, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Nebraska, Noon Sept. 22 at Louisiana-Monroe, TBA Sept. 29 Coastal Carolina, TBA Oct. 4 Georgia St., 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Liberty, 2 p.m. Oct. 23 at South Alabama, 8 p.m. Nov. 3 Louisiana-Lafayette, TBA Nov. 10 at Georgia Southern, TBA Nov. 17 Texas St., TBA Nov. 24 at Appalachian St., TBATULANEAug. 30 Wake Forest, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Nicholls, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 at UAB, 1 p.m. Sept. 22 at Ohio St., TBA Sept. 28 Memphis, 8 p.m. Oct. 6 at Cincinnati, TBA Oct. 20 SMU, TBA Oct. 27 at Tulsa, TBA Nov. 3 at South Florida, TBA Nov. 10 East Carolina, TBA Nov. 15 at Houston, 8 p.m. Nov. 24 Navy, TBATULSASept. 1 Cent. Arkansas, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Texas, 8 p.m. Sept. 15 Arkansas St., 7 p.m. Sept. 20 at Temple, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 4 at Houston, 8 p.m. Oct. 12 South Florida, 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at Arkansas, TBA Oct. 27 Tulane, TBA Nov. 3 UConn, TBA Nov. 10 at Memphis, TBA Nov. 17 at Navy, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 24 SMU, TBAUABAug. 30 Savannah St., 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at Coastal Carolina, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Tulane, 1 p.m. Sept. 29 Charlotte, TBA Oct. 6 at Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 at Rice, 1 p.m. Oct. 20 North Texas, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 at UTEP, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 UTSA, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Southern Miss., 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 at Texas A&M, TBA Nov. 24 at Middle Tennessee, 3 p.m.UCFAug. 30 at UConn, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 SC State, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at North Carolina, Noon Sept. 21 FAU, 7 p.m. Sept. 29 Pittsburgh, TBA Oct. 6 SMU, TBA Oct. 13 at Memphis, TBA Oct. 20 at East Carolina, TBA Nov. 1 Temple, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Navy, TBA Nov. 17 Cincinnati, TBA Nov. 23 at South Florida, TBAUCLASept. 1 Cincinnati, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Oklahoma, 1 p.m. Sept. 15 Fresno St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 28 at Colorado 9 p.m. Oct. 6 Washington, TBA Oct. 13 at California, TBA Oct. 20 Arizona, TBA Oct. 26 Utah, 10:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Oregon, TBA Nov. 10 at Arizona St., TBA Nov. 17 Southern Cal, TBA Nov. 24 Stanford, TBAUCONNAug. 30 UCF, 7 p.m. Sept. 8 at Boise St., 10:15 p.m. Sept. 15 Rhode Island, Noon Sept. 22 at Syracuse, TBA Sept. 29 Cincinnati, TBA Oct. 6 at Memphis, TBA Oct. 20 at South Florida, TBA Oct. 27 UMass, TBA Nov. 3 at Tulsa, TBA Nov. 10 SMU, TBA Nov. 17 at East Carolina, TBA Nov. 24 Temple, TBAUMASSAug. 25 Duquesne, TBA Sept. 1 at Boston College, 1 p.m. Sept. 8 at Georgia Southern, 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at FIU, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Charlotte, TBA Sept. 29 at Ohio, TBA Oct. 6 South Florida, TBA Oct. 20 Coastal Carolina, TBA Oct. 27 at UConn, TBA Nov. 3 Liberty, TBA Nov. 10 BYU, TBA Nov. 17 at Georgia, TBAUNLVSept. 1 at Southern Cal, 4 p.m. Sept. 8 UTEP, TBA Sept. 15 Prairie View, TBA Sept. 22 at Arkansas St., TBA Oct. 6 New Mexico, TBA Oct. 13 at Utah St., TBA Oct. 19 Air Force, 10 p.m. Oct. 27 at San Jose St., TBA Nov. 3 Fresno St., 10:30 p.m. Nov. 10 at San Diego St., TBA Nov. 17 at Hawaii, 11 p.m. Nov. 24 Nevada, 9:30 p.m.UTEPSept. 1 N. Arizona, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at UNLV, TBA Sept. 15 at Tennessee, Noon Sept. 22 New Mexico St., 7:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at UTSA, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 North Texas, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20 at Louisiana Tech, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 27 UAB, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Rice, 3:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Middle Tennessee, 4 p.m. Nov. 17 at W. Kentucky, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24 Southern Miss., 3 p.m.UTSASept. 1 at Arizona St., 10:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Baylor, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 at Kansas St., 4 p.m. Sept. 22 Texas St., 7 p.m. Sept. 29 UTEP, 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at Rice, 7 p.m. Oct. 13 Louisiana Tech, 7 p.m. Oct. 20 at Southern Miss, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at UAB, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 FIU, 7 p.m. Nov. 17 at Marshall, 2:30 p.m. Nov. 24 North Texas, 7 p.m.UTAHAug. 30 Weber St., 8 p.m. Sept. 8 at N. Illinois, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Washington, 10 p.m. Sept. 29 at Washington St., TBA Oct. 6 at Stanford, TBA Oct. 12 Arizona, 10 p.m. Oct. 20 Southern Cal, TBA Oct. 26 at UCLA, 10:30 p.m. Nov. 3 at Arizona St., TBA Nov. 10 Oregon, TBA Nov. 17 at Colorado, TBA Nov. 24 BYU, TBAUTAH ST.Aug. 31 at Michigan St., 7 p.m. Sept. 8 New Mexico St., TBA Sept. 13 Tennessee Tech, TBA Sept. 22 Air Force, TBA Oct. 5 at BYU, 9 p.m. Oct. 13 UNLV, TBA Oct. 20 at Wyoming, TBA Oct. 27 New Mexico, TBA Nov. 3 at Hawaii, 11:59 p.m. Nov. 10 San Jose St., TBA Nov. 17 at Colorado St., TBA Nov. 24 at Boise St., TBAVANDERBILTSept. 1 Middle Tennessee, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Nevada, Noon Sept. 15 at Notre Dame, 2:30 p.m. Sept. 22 South Carolina, TBA Sept. 29 Tennessee St., TBA Oct. 6 at Georgia, TBA Oct. 13 Florida, TBA Oct. 20 at Kentucky, TBA Oct. 27 at Arkansas, TBA Nov. 10 at Missouri, TBA Nov. 17 Mississippi, TBA Nov. 24 Tennessee, TBAVIRGINIASept. 1 Richmond, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 Ohio, 3 p.m. Sept. 22 Louisville, TBA Sept. 29 at NC State, TBA Oct. 13 Miami, TBA Oct. 20 at Duke, TBA Oct. 27 North Carolina, TBA Nov. 2 Pittsburgh, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 10 Liberty, TBA Nov. 17 at Georgia Tech, TBA Nov. 23 at Virginia Tech, TBAVIRGINIA TECHSept. 3 at Florida St., 8 p.m. Sept. 8 William & Mary, 2 p.m. Sept. 15 East Carolina, 12:20 p.m. Sept. 22 at Old Dominion, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 29 at Duke, TBA Oct. 6 Notre Dame, TBA Oct. 13 at North Carolina, TBA Oct. 25 Georgia Tech, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 3 Boston College, TBA Nov. 10 at Pittsburgh, TBA Nov. 17 Miami, TBA Nov. 23 Virginia, TBAW. KENTUCKYAug. 31 at Wisconsin, 9 p.m. Sept. 8 Maine, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 15 at Louisville, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Ball St., TBA Sept. 29 Marshall, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 13 at Charlotte, 3:30 p.m. Oct. 20 Old Dominion, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 27 FIU, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 2 at Middle Tennessee, 8 p.m. Nov. 10 at FAU, 5 p.m. Nov. 17 UTEP, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24 at Louisiana Tech, NoonW. MICHIGANAug. 31 Syracuse, 6 p.m. Sept. 8 at Michigan, Noon Sept. 15 Delaware St., 7 p.m. Sept. 22 at Georgia St., TBA Sept. 29 at Miami (Ohio), 3:30 p.m. Oct. 6 E. Michigan, Noon Oct. 13 at Bowling Green, 3 p.m. Oct. 20 at Cent. Michigan, 3 p.m. Oct. 25 Toledo, 7 p.m. Nov. 1 Ohio, 7 p.m. Nov. 13 at Ball St., 6 p.m. Nov. 20 N. Illinois, 7 p.m.WAKE FORESTAug. 30 at Tulane, 8 p.m. Sept. 8 Towson, Noon Sept. 13 Boston College, 7:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Notre Dame, TBA Sept. 29 Rice, TBA Oct. 6 Clemson, TBA Oct. 20 at Florida St., TBA Oct. 27 at Louisville, TBA Nov. 3 Syracuse, TBA Nov. 8 at NC State, 7:30 p.m. Nov. 17 Pitt, TBA Nov. 24 at Duke, TBAWASHINGTONSept. 1 at Auburn, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 North Dakota, 5 p.m. Sept. 15 at Utah, 10 p.m. Sept. 22 Arizona St., TBA Sept. 29 BYU, TBA Oct. 6 at UCLA, TBA Oct. 13 at Oregon, TBA Oct. 20 Colorado, TBA Oct. 27 at California TBA Nov. 3 Stanford, TBA Nov. 17 Oregon St., TBA Nov. 23 at Washington St., 8:30 p.m.WASHINGTON ST.Sept. 1 at Wyoming, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 San Jose St., 11 p.m. Sept. 15 E. Washington, 8 p.m. Sept. 21 at Southern Cal, 10:30 p.m. Sept. 29 Utah, TBA Oct. 6 at Oregon St., TBA Oct. 20 Oregon, TBA Oct. 27 at Stanford, TBA Nov. 3 California, TBA Nov. 10 at Colorado, TBA Nov. 17 Arizona, TBA Nov. 23 Washington, 8:30 p.m.WEST VIRGINIASept. 1 Tennessee, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 Youngstown St., 6 p.m. Sept. 15 at NC State, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 Kansas St., TBA Sept. 29 at Texas Tech, TBA Oct. 6 Kansas, TBA Oct. 13 at Iowa St., TBA Oct. 25 Baylor, 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Texas, TBA Nov. 10 TCU, TBA Nov. 17 at Oklahoma St., TBA Nov. 23 Oklahoma, 8 p.mWISCONSINAug. 31 W. Kentucky, 9 p.m. Sept. 8 New Mexico, Noon Sept. 15 BYU, 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 at Iowa, TBA Oct. 6 Nebraska, TBA Oct. 13 at Michigan, TBA Oct. 20 Illinois, Noon Oct. 27 at Northwestern, TBA Nov. 3 Rutgers, TBA Nov. 10 at Penn St., TBA Nov. 17 at Purdue, TBA Nov. 24 Minnesota, TBAWYOMINGAug. 25 at New Mexico St., 8 p.m. Sept. 1 Washington St., 3:30 p.m. Sept. 8 at Missouri, 7 p.m. Sept. 15 Woord, 4 p.m. Sept. 29 Boise St., 7 p.m. Oct. 6 at Hawaii, TBA Oct. 13 at Fresno St., TBA Oct. 20 Utah St., TBA Oct. 26 at Colorado St., 10 p.m. Nov. 3 San Jose St., TBA Nov. 17 Air Force, TBA Nov. 24 at New Mexico, TBANCAAFROM PAGE 21

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Friday, August 24, 2018 Page 23 FOOTBALL PREVIEW 2018 TEAMBYTEAM SCHEDULESNFL SCHEDULES AMERICAN CONFERENCEBALTIMORE RAVENSSept. 9 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 13 at Cincinnati, 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Sept. 23 Denver, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 at Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 7 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 at Tennessee, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 New Orleans, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 BYE Nov. 18 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 Oakland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 22 or 23 at Los Angeles Chargers, TBD Dec. 30 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS)BUFFALO BILLSSept. 9 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 Los Angeles Chargers, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 at Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 29 New England, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 4 Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 at New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS)CINCINNATI BENGALSSept. 9 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 13 Baltimore, 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Sept. 23 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 11 New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Denver, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 Oakland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 23 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS)CLEVELAND BROWNSSept. 9 Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 20 New York Jets, 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Sept. 30 at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Los Angeles Chargers, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 15 at Denver, 4:30 or 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Dec. 23 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS)DENVER BRONCOSSept. 9 Seattle, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Oakland, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 1 Kansas City, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 7 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 18 at Arizona, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 28 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 Houston, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 BYE Nov. 18 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 15 Cleveland, 4:30 or 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Dec. 24 at Oakland, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 30 Los Angeles Chargers, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)HOUSTON TEXANSSept. 9 at New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 Dallas, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 14 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 25 Miami, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 4 at Denver, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 BYE Nov. 18 at Washington, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 26 Tennessee, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 2 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 15 at New York Jets, 4:30 or 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Dec. 23 at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS)INDIANAPOLIS COLTSSept. 9 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at Washington, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 4 at New England, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/ NFLN) Oct. 14 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 11 Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 22 or 23 New York Giants, TBD Dec. 30 at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS)JACKSONVILLE JAGUARSSept. 9 at New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 New England, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 New York Jets, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 at Dallas, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 Philadelphia, 9:30 a.m. (London-NFLN) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 11 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 25 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 6 at Tennessee, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Dec. 16 Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 22 or 23 at Miami, TBD Dec. 30 at Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS)KANSAS CITY CHIEFSSept. 9 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 San Francisco, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 1 at Denver, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 7 Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 at New England, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 21 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 Denver, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 Arizona, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 19 at Los Angeles Rams, 8:15 p.m. (Mexico City-ESPN) Nov. 25 BYE Dec. 2 at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 13 Los Angeles Chargers, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Dec. 23 at Seattle, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 30 Oakland, 1 p.m. (CBS)LOS ANGELES CHARGERSSept. 9 Kansas City, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 Tennessee, 9:30 a.m. (London-CBS) Oct. 28 BYE Nov. 4 at Seattle, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Denver, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 Arizona, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 Cincinnati, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 13 at Kansas City, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/ NFLN) Dec. 22 or 23 Baltimore, TBD Dec. 30 at Denver, 4:25 p.m. (CBS)MIAMI DOLPHINSSept. 9 Tennessee, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 Oakland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 at New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 25 at Houston, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 4 New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 22 or 23 Jacksonville, TBD Dec. 30 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS)NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTSSept. 9 Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 at Jacksonville, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Detroit, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 30 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 4 Indianapolis, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 14 Kansas City, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 21 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 29 at Bualo, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 4 Green Bay, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 11 at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Minnesota, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 at Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 at Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 23 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS)NEW YORK JETSSept. 10 at Detroit, 7:10 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 16 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 20 at Cleveland, 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Sept. 30 at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 Denver, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 at Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at Tennessee, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 15 Houston, 4:30 or 8:20 p.m. (NFLN) Dec. 23 Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at New England, 1 p.m. (CBS)OAKLAND RAIDERSSept. 10 Los Angeles Rams, 10:20 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 16 at Denver, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 Cleveland, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Seattle (London), 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 BYE Oct. 28 Indianapolis, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 1 at San Francisco, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/ NFLN) Nov. 11 Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Kansas City, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 16 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 24 Denver, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 30 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS)PITTSBURGH STEELERSSept. 9 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 16 Kansas City, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 24 at Tampa Bay, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 30 Baltimore, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 7 Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 BYE Oct. 28 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 8 Carolina, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 18 at Jacksonville, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 25 at Denver, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Los Angeles Chargers, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Oakland, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 16 New England, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 23 at New Orleans, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS)TENNESSEE TITANSSept. 9 at Miami, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 at Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 14 Baltimore, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Los Angeles Chargers, 9:30 a.m. (London-CBS) Oct. 28 BYE Nov. 5 at Dallas, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 11 New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 18 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 26 at Houston, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 2 New York Jets, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 6 Jacksonville, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Dec. 16 at New York Giants, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 22 or 23 Washington, TBD Dec. 30 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) NATIONAL CONFERENCEARIZONA CARDINALSSept. 9 Washington, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 at Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 Chicago, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Seattle, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 at San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 18 Denver, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 28 San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 11 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Oakland, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 25 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 Detroit, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 Los Angeles Rams, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at Seattle, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)ATLANTA FALCONSSept. 6 at Philadelphia, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 16 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 22 New York Giants, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 28 BYE Nov. 4 at Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 22 at New Orleans, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 2 Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 9 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 Arizona, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX)CAROLINA PANTHERSSept. 9 Dallas, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 30 BYE Oct. 7 New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 at Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 Baltimore, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 8 at Pittsburgh, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 18 at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 25 Seattle, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 at Cleveland, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 17 New Orleans, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 23 Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX)CHICAGO BEARSSept. 9 at Green Bay, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 17 Seattle, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 23 at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 BYE Oct. 14 at Miami, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 New England, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 New York Jets, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 4 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 22 at Detroit, 12:30 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 at New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 Los Angeles Rams, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX)DALLAS COWBOYSSept. 9 at Carolina, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 New York Giants, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 23 at Seattle, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 at Houston, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 14 Jacksonville, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 21 at Washington, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 28 BYE Nov. 5 Tennessee, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 11 at Philadelphia, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 18 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 22 Washington, 4:30 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 29 New Orleans, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Dec. 9 Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX)DETROIT LIONSSept. 10 New York Jets, 7:10 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 16 at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 New England, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 30 at Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 BYE Oct. 21 at Miami, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 Seattle, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 22 Chicago, 12:30 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 2 Los Angeles Rams, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Bualo, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX)GREEN BAY PACKERSSept. 9 Chicago, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 16 Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 at Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 15 San Francisco, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 21 BYE Oct. 28 at Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 at New England, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 11 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 15 at Seattle, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 25 at Minnesota, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 2 Arizona, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX)LOS ANGELES RAMSSept. 10 at Oakland, 10:20 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 16 Arizona, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 27 Minnesota, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 7 at Seattle, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 at Denver, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 at San Francisco, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 28 Green Bay, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 at New Orleans, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 Seattle, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 19 Kansas City, 8:15 p.m. (Mexico City-ESPN) Nov. 25 BYE Dec. 2 at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 Philadelphia, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 23 at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 San Francisco, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)MINNESOTA VIKINGSSept. 9 San Francisco, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 at Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 Bualo, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 27 at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 7 at Philadelphia, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 Arizona, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 at New York Jets, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 New Orleans, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 4 Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 BYE Nov. 18 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 25 Green Bay, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 2 at New England, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 10 at Seattle, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 16 Miami, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 23 at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX)NEW ORLEANS SAINTSSept. 9 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 at New York Giants, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 8 Washington, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 14 BYE Oct. 21 at Baltimore, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Minnesota, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 4 Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 22 Atlanta, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 29 at Dallas, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Dec. 9 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 17 at Carolina, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 23 Pittsburgh, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX)NEW YORK GIANTSSept. 9 Jacksonville, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 at Dallas, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 23 at Houston, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 New Orleans, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 11 Philadelphia, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Oct. 22 at Atlanta, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 28 Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 12 at San Francisco, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 18 Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 25 at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 at Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 Tennessee, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 22 or 23 at Indianapolis, TBD Dec. 30 Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX)PHILADELPHIA EAGLESSept. 6 Atlanta, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Sept. 16 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 at Tennessee, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 Minnesota, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 11 at New York Giants, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/ NFLN) Oct. 21 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Jacksonville, 9:30 a.m. (London-NFLN) Nov. 4 BYE Nov. 11 Dallas, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Nov. 18 at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 25 New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 3 Washington, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 9 at Dallas, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 23 Houston, 1 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 30 at Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX)SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSSept. 9 at Minnesota, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Detroit, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 23 at Kansas City, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 at Los Angeles Chargers, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Oct. 7 Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 15 at Green Bay, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 21 Los Angeles Rams, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Oct. 28 at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 1 Oakland, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 12 New York Giants, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Nov. 18 BYE Nov. 25 at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 at Seattle, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 9 Denver, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Dec. 16 Seattle, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 Chicago, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 at Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)SEATTLE SEAHAWKSSept. 9 at Denver, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 17 at Chicago, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 23 Dallas, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 at Arizona, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 14 at Oakland (London), 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 BYE Oct. 28 at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 Los Angeles Chargers, 4:05 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 11 at Los Angeles Rams, 4:25 p.m. (CBS) Nov. 15 Green Bay, 8:20 p.m. (FOX/NFLN) Nov. 25 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 San Francisco, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 10 Minnesota, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Dec. 16 at San Francisco, 4:05 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 Kansas City, 8:20 p.m. (NBC) Dec. 30 Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX)TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERSSept. 9 at New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Philadelphia, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 24 Pittsburgh, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Sept. 30 at Chicago, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 7 BYE Oct. 14 at Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 21 Cleveland, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 28 at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 4 at Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 11 Washington, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 18 at New York Giants, 1 p.m. (FOX) Nov. 25 San Francisco, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 2 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 9 New Orleans, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 16 at Baltimore, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 23 at Dallas, 1 p.m. (FOX) Dec. 30 Atlanta, 1 p.m. (FOX)WASHINGTON REDSKINSSept. 9 at Arizona, 4:25 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 16 Indianapolis, 1 p.m. (CBS) Sept. 23 Green Bay, 1 p.m. (FOX) Sept. 30 BYE Oct. 8 at New Orleans, 8:15 p.m. (ESPN) Oct. 14 Carolina, 1 p.m. (FOX) Oct. 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Ken Sweet; J. Paschke € AP Source: FactSetIndustrial metal prices have tanked this summer, as investors increasingly worry about the potential impact of President Trumps tariffs on industrial goods and the escalating trade war with China. Copper prices have fallen 20 percent so far this year, putting that metal in a bear market. Palladium and platinum are down 13 and 15 percent respectively so far this year. Zinc prices are down 26 percent. While all four metals have seen declines since the beginning of the year, the losses accelerated this summer as the trade war between the U.S. and China escalated. Industrial metals have been hurt by the potential that higher tariffs will slow demand in China, the worlds largest consumer of copper and other industrial metals. Copper is used in piping, appliances and electronics, while zinc is used in galvanized steel, one of the items the White House has raised tariffs on. If demand slips for industrial products in the worlds second-largest economy, it could negatively impact copper, zinc and other metals further.Trump tariffs tarnish metalsCopper plummets: Copper prices have fallen along with other metals since the beginning of the year. 2.50 3.00 $3.50 A J J M A M F JDec. 29, 2017: $3.34 Fridays settled price: $2.70New York Mercantile price of a pound of copper Frank Bajak; Alex Nieves € AP Sources: Gartner; Synergy Research GroupAmazon remains firmly atop the field in cloud computing, but Microsoft and Google are starting to catch up amid a decade-old digital boom that shows no sign of letting up. Gartner says 43 percent of all organizations tell it they either have or intend to move their data centers to the cloud „ remote data centers that host data, applications and sometimes much more. In the second quarter of 2018, Amazon  s share of so-called infrastructure cloud services stood at 34 percent „ bigger than its next four competitors combined, according to Synergy Research Group. Overall spending jumped 50 percent from the same quarter last year. The business thrives because it  s nearly always safer to entrust networking, storage and servers to a specialized and reputable third party than to manage them locally, security experts say. Microsoft nearly doubled its market share to 14 percent compared to a year earlier. Google grew at nearly the same pace to reach 6 percent market share. That  s compared to a single-point gain for Amazon, according to Synergy. IBM had 8 percent and China  s Alibaba 4 percent. Synergy analyst John Dinsdale says the total global market is worth about $60 billion.Cloud computing boom Amazon Microsoft Alibaba Others IBM Google Worldwide Infrastructure as a Service and public cloud services market share 2Q cloud provider market share (Worldwide revenues Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, Hosted private cloud) 20162017 2018 53.7% 29.6 25.0 51.8% 13.34.6 3.3 1.93.7 2.7 1.6 8.7 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35% Amazon Microsoft IBM Google Alibaba 34% 14 8 6 4 Top Weekly Exchange Traded Funds $0$550$1,100 Copper Gold Emerging-market stocks Asian stocks European stocks Investment-grade bonds High-yield bonds Utilities stocks REITs S&P 500 Health care stocks Oil Small-cap stocks Technology stocks 1-week percent change $1,000 invested at the end of last year ... ... today is worthPerformance benchmarks: industries sectors of the Standard & Poor  s 500 index; international stocks MSCI indexes; bond returns Barclays Capital and BofA Merrill Lynch indexes. Source: FactSet Data through Aug. 230.8 1.9 3.6 0.7 0.6 -0.3 -1.4 0.4 0.3 2.1 1.8 2.7 0.9 1.5Oil and emerging-markets stocks made the biggest gains last week, and technology shares remained the Derby  s best performer this year. Utilities slumped, and REITs were little changed.$1,000Derby StocksBonds Commodities% $1,173 1,127 1,123 1,116 1,082 1,036 1,034 1,019 992 971 952 923 907 804AP ETF Managr Alt Harv MJ 32.33 +5.10 +18.7 +22.0 +0.8 Direx S&P O&G Bull GUSH 36.55 +5.52 +17.8 -3.6 +119.7 Citigp Vel Long Crde UWT 36.24 +5.10 +16.4 +0.5 +144.5 USCF Oil USOU 66.35 +9.20 +16.1 +0.8 +154.6 UBS 3x Long Crude WTIU 33.97 +4.72 +16.1 +1.3 +144.2 ProShs Crude OILU 53.18 +7.34 +16.0 +0.6 +141.7 Dirx Dly NG Bull3x GASL 21.87 +2.43 +12.5 -2.7 +31.1 Direx SOX Bull 3X SOXL 159.17 +17.11 +12.0 +0.2 +65.3 Direx Euro STOXX 50 EUXL 21.75 +2.27 +11.7 -8.8 -11.7 Barc iPath Cocoa NIB 27.49 +2.76 +11.2 +5.2 +21.7 ProSh Ultra Crude UCO 31.10 +2.93 +10.4 +0.8 +91.8 Direx SKorea Bull KORU 37.76 +3.27 +9.5 -1.3 -21.7 Velocity Daily Inv EXIV 36.03 +2.78 +8.4 -4.3 +13.7 Direxion Mexico Bull MEXX 20.87 +1.57 +8.1 -6.0 -36.1 Direxion EmMktBull3x EDC 88.63 +6.53 +8.0 -10.1 -18.9 Direxion EngyBull 3x ERX 35.26 +2.57 +7.9 -8.9 +57.0 Direx China Bull 3x YINN 24.00 +1.73 +7.8 -7.3 -17.1 ProSh Ultra Semi USD 45.27 +3.22 +7.7 +1.0 +50.3 iShares SoAfrica EZA 57.17 +4.02 +7.6 -4.9 -8.7 Barclays Enh Europe FLEU 142.96 +10.04 +7.6 -5.3 -0.4 Direx Biotech Bull LABU 95.16 +6.14 +6.9 +2.5 +56.2 Dirx Jr GoldMin Bull JNUG 8.36 +0.54 +6.9 -33.2 -59.6 Direx Euro Bull 3x EURL 32.90 +2.13 +6.9 -6.7 -1.2 Inv Energy Momentum PXI 43.30 +2.75 +6.8 +2.1 +40.3 Citigroup EUR vs USD UEUR 21.74 +1.35 +6.6 -4.7 ... 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The retailer said sales at Gap stores fell in the second quarter compared to a year ago. The sporting goods retailer cut its annual forecasts after a weak second quarter. The S&P 500 index closed at a record high Friday for the first time in seven months as stocks rallied. Technology companies accounted for much of the climb. Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the Fed plans to stick with a gradual pace of rate hikes. 20 25 $30 A JJ Hibbett SportsHIBB Close: $20.53 -8.88 or -30.2% $11.05$29.60 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 6.8m (10.8x avg.) $388.9 m 52-week range PE: Yield: 11.1 ... 25 30 $35 A JJ GapGPS Close: $29.65 -2.79 or -8.6% $22.98$35.68 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 18.6m (3.7x avg.) $11.5 b 52-week range PE: Yield: 13.5 3.3% 120 140 $160 A JJ AutodeskADSK Close: $157.20 20.89 or 15.3% $101.55$157.78 Vol.: Mkt. Cap: 8.5m (4.8x avg.) $34.5 b 52-week range PE: Yield: ... ... Best Stocks One MonthBEST LARGE-CAP STOCKS DexCom Inc DXCM 136.33 4.1 43.0 89.1 dd ... Paycom Software PAYC 150.94 7.9 39.7 97.7 cc ... IAC InterActive IAC 199.30 4.7 32.2 87.5 75 0.7 Molina Healthcare MOH 138.09 2.4 31.9 130.7 dd ... Veeva Systems Inc VEEV 100.64 18.8 27.4 39.1 cc ... Adv Micro Dev AMD 23.98 21.3 26.6 78.6 cc ... Nektar Therapeutics NKTR 63.89 6.4 26.4 246.5 dd ... CenturyLink Inc CTL 22.75 -3.1 23.8 22.5 10 9.5 Splunk Inc SPLK 123.69 19.6 22.3 78.6 dd ... Fortinet Inc FTNT 80.39 5.1 22.2 112.3 cc ... Zebra Tech ZBRA 168.91 3.3 20.2 64.2 cc ... Autodesk Inc ADSK 157.20 18.8 19.9 23.2 dd ... Exact Sciences Corp EXAS 70.51 44.4 19.8 68.3 dd ... DocuSign Inc DOCU 65.54 11.7 19.6 ... ... ... Nordstrom Inc JWN 62.06 4.9 19.4 42.3 23 2.4 Credit Acceptance CACC 449.98 1.5 18.9 68.3 21 ... Wellcare Hlth Plans WCG 303.21 2.9 18.6 75.6 36 ... Nielsen Hldgs plc NLSN 26.47 2.6 18.4 -28.1 15 5.3 FRIDAY %CHG %CHG %RTN COMPANY TICKER CLOSE 1WK 1MO 1YR PE YLDBEST MID-CAP STOCKS Tilray Inc TLRY 43.86 42.9 80.5 ... ... ... 3D Systems DDD 20.91 9.8 68.5 65.5 dd ... 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Industrials 0.8 1.4 3.2 &%! | 998321 16.6 7. Financials 0.2 1.2 3.1 &%! | 99532 13.7 8. Consumer Goods -0.8 0.3 4.7 &#@421 | -0.3 9. Basic Material 1.4 -0.6 0.2 &%! | 98531 10.4 10. Oil & Gas 2.9 -2.7 0.4 &%! | 9996321 20.7 PERCENT CHANGE %RTN INDUSTRY 1WK 1MO 1QTR 1YR Support Services 1.7 4.6 10.9 (*^%$# | 9542 35.3 Cardtronics plc CATM +2.2 +52.5 +40.5 (*^%$# | 985 +50.0 ARC Document Solu ARC -0.6 +35.6 +63.3 (&%$#@!75431 | -11.7 Heidrick & Struggles HSII +5.9 +27.3 +15.5 (*^%$# | 9996 +147.7 Industrial Transportation 0.5 3.0 5.4 (*^%$# | 87653 30.6 PAM Transp PTSI +4.0 +26.1 +53.2 (*^%$# | 9996 +236.6 Triton Internatl TRTN +3.1 +25.9 +8.5 (*^%$# | 7541 +11.2 Universal Logistics ULH +2.8 +22.3 +48.1 (*^%$# | 9996 +154.5 Electronic/Elec. Equipment 0.9 2.5 6.7 (*^%$# | 8541 19.2 Control 4 Corp CTRL +14.2 +46.2 +49.8 (*^%$# | 98653 +54.6 Nuvectra Corp NVTR +1.6 +37.9 +26.1 (*^%$# | 99876532 +94.8 Electro Sci ESIO 0.0 +29.8 +13.5 (*^%$# | 9996 +104.4 Construction & Materials 0.9 1.6 3.6 (*^%$# | 7531 10.7 Armstrong Flooring AFI +0.9 +35.5 +31.5 (*^%$# | 875 +26.1 Huttig Bldg Pdts HBP +6.7 +35.3 -4.8 (*^%$# | 6431 +5.7 Trex Co Inc TREX -0.3 +25.0 +37.7 (*^%$# | 9996 +129.1 Industrial Engineering 0.2 1.0 -1.2 (*^%$# | 7654321 15.9 Horizon Global HZN -1.6 +39.1 +20.9 986543 | -55.6 Cmcl Vehicle Grp CVGI +1.1 +34.6 +12.9 (*^%$# |993 +64.5 Ceco Env CECE -3.0 +29.6 +42.9 (*^%$# | 84 +17.1 Aerospace & Defense 0.2 -1.0 -1.0 (*^%$# | 864 21.1 Aerojet Rocketdyne AJRD +0.4 +28.3 +24.1 (*^%$# | 8762 +28.3 AeroVironment Inc AVAV +1.0 +18.4 +47.3 (*^%$# | 9996 +119.0 Ducommun Inc DCO -0.8 +17.5 +13.1 (*^%$# | 976543 +47.6 General Industrials 0.8 -1.4 -1.3 (&^7543 | -11.5 Myers Inds MYE +3.6 +27.1 +23.0 (*^%$# | 8753 +26.5 Raven Inds RAVN +24.4 +25.4 +26.2 (*^%$# | 976542 +47.3 Global Brass Copper BRSS +4.9 +17.8 +18.9 (*^%$# | 87632 +28.8Industrials sectors (best performers)Excludes stocks with market values less than $100 million. 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28.75 0 31.92 3 31.95 31.84 +.29 +3.5 AdvTrTabs N TTFS .47e .7 75.63 64.11 1 70.30 27 70.94 69.99 +.14 -1.6 AdMadGBd N FWDB .73e 2.9 27.29 24.20 1 25.58 5 25.66 25.50 +.08 -1.2 AdMadIntl N FWDI .37e 1.3 33.10 27.80 0 28.54 3 28.81 28.42 +.53 -8.1 AdMadDm N FWDD .18e .3 57.19 47.83 0 55.42 6 55.53 54.59 +.66 +3.6 AdvActBear N HDGE 8.91 7.35 113 7.39 528 7.46 7.35 -.06 -5.7 Aecom N ACM 12 39.90 30.15 887 33.52 3552 33.85 32.81 +.61 -9.8 AegeanMP N ANW .08 4.2 5 5.25 .60 452 1.90 3366 2.00 1.81 -.06 -55.8 Aegion Q AEGN 22 28.19 19.81 49 24.90 421 25.83 24.57 +.34 -2.1 AegleaBio n Q AGLE 12.00 2.94 107 10.28 860 10.45 8.95 +1.08 +90.0 Aegon N AEG .25e 4.2 7.48 5.49 1447 5.97 6682 6.16 5.88 -.04 -5.2 Aegon cap N AEH 1.59 6.1 26.52 25.40 44 26.15 160 26.15 26.01 +.14 +1.3 Aegon 6.5 N AED 1.63 6.2 26.83 24.55 24 26.24 64 26.35 26.13 +.08 +1.1sAegon flt N AEB .77 3.0 25.35 23.55 9 25.32 38 25.39 25.07 +.26 +4.7 AehrTest h Q AEHR 4.10 2.12 5 2.51 214 2.55 2.38 +.11 -7.4 Aemetis Q AMTX 3.12 .45 20 1.26 76 1.32 1.19 +.05 +129.1 AerCap N AER 9 58.30 47.70 549 56.77 4160 57.50 56.38 +.21 +7.9 AeriePhm Q AERI 74.75 47.05 489 61.00 2327 64.45 60.00 -2.95 +2.1 Aerocntry A ACY 3 17.34 10.10 2 15.45 5 15.78 15.05 -.15 +1.4 AerohiveN N HIVE 6.50 3.27 331 4.24 1491 4.38 4.12 +.01 -27.3 AerojetR N AJRD 37.70 24.41 517 36.00 2040 37.15 35.60 +.15 +15.4sAeroViron Q AVAV 87.53 37.07 205 85.32 1074 87.53 83.24 +.85 +51.9 AEtern g rs Q AEZS 3.25 1.12 71 1.79 294 1.90 1.77 -.03 -24.2 Aethlon rs Q AEMD 3.85 .79 75 1.07 251 1.13 1.06 -.03 -5.3sAetna N AET 2.00 1.0 19 199.95 149.69 1430 197.27 8122 199.95 196.48 -1.59 +9.4 AeviGeno Q GNMX 2.65 .83 144 1.19 1390 1.29 1.08 +.03 -.8 AffilMgrs N AMG 1.20 .8 11 216.99 142.79 330 147.55 1696 150.10 146.18 +.96 -28.1 AffimedNV Q AFMD 2.85 1.15 133 1.60 558 1.65 1.55 +23.1tAgenus Q AGEN 6.19 1.55 1729 2.07 14104 2.18 1.55 +.40 -36.5 AgileThr h Q AGRX 5.40 .23 361 .28 2900 .30 .25 +.03 -89.6 Agilent N A .60 .9 78 75.00 60.42 1904 65.98 12899 66.26 64.46 +1.32 -1.5 Agilysys Q AGYS 16.80 10.00 56 16.70 299 16.74 15.75 +.73 +36.0 AgiosPhm Q AGIO 99.82 51.62 210 74.93 1385 77.39 73.48 -1.08 +31.1 Agnico g N AEM .44 44 51.86 34.49 1561 36.16 6603 36.42 34.51 +.60 -21.7sAgreeRlt N ADC 2.16f 3.8 30 57.04 43.74 88 56.62 600 57.04 55.77 +.73 +10.1 AgroFresh Q AGFS 14 8.75 4.94 136 6.34 915 6.59 5.32 +.91 -14.3 AileronT n Q ALRN 15.48 1.98 119 2.15 1034 2.70 2.02 +.15 -79.6 Aimmune n Q AIMT 42.00 18.90 371 27.75 1599 28.23 27.34 -.22 -26.6 Air Inds A AIRI .60 42.0 1.95 1.17 14 1.43 124 1.54 1.40 -.01 -15.4 AirLease N AL .40 .9 6 50.70 38.46 314 46.04 3056 46.67 45.24 +.58 -4.3 AirProd N APD 4.40 2.7 25 175.17 143.79 513 165.97 4807 167.86 163.60 -.64 +1.2sAirT Inc Q AIRT 35.74 14.90 3 35.23 14 35.74 33.68 +1.78 +42.7 AirTrnsp Q ATSG 51 27.67 19.17 371 21.22 1400 21.34 20.32 +.92 -8.3 AirMedia Q AMCN 2.87 .38 43 .45 539 .50 .42 -.02 -60.9 Aircastle N AYR 1.12 5.3 7 25.30 18.97 183 21.14 1342 21.72 20.94 +.19 -9.6sAirgain n Q AIRG 45 12.16 7.31 78 11.34 272 12.22 11.10 -.60 +26.1 AkamaiT Q AKAM 67 83.08 44.65 1085 73.40 6406 73.78 71.52 +1.96 +12.9 AkariTh rs Q AKTX 11.95 1.70 52 1.88 211 1.95 1.87 +.04 -56.6 AkceaTh n Q AKCA 40.75 13.94 123 32.63 1601 36.49 32.31 -3.26 +88.0 AkebiaTher Q AKBA 20.25 7.42 267 8.26 1899 8.62 7.80 +.40 -44.5 AkersBios Q AKER 1.82 .12 1465 .25 9965 .30 .23 -.01 +87.3 Akorn Inc Q AKRX 42 33.63 10.76 3200 14.53 22364 19.55 13.74 -4.46 -54.9 Akoustis n Q AKTS 9.50 4.86 52 7.70 360 7.85 7.16 +.34 +23.6 AlaPw pf Q N ALPpQ 1.25 4.9 27.05 24.49 7 25.49 50 25.49 25.10 +.39 -4.1 AlamoGp N ALG .44 .4 26 120.58 87.54 55 98.38 278 101.05 97.10 +.51 -12.8tAlamosGld N AGI .02 .4 8.58 4.21 1361 4.53 6874 4.63 4.21 +.15 -30.4sAlarm.cm n Q ALRM 56 57.92 33.39 393 55.94 2882 57.92 54.15 +1.06 +48.2 AlaskaAir N ALK 1.28 2.0 8 82.68 57.53 1171 64.83 5809 67.69 63.95 +.15 -11.8 AlaskCom Q ALSK 14 2.91 1.39 193 1.95 993 1.98 1.60 +.32 -27.2sAlbnyIn N AIN .68 .9 34 78.90 50.30 210 76.95 853 78.90 76.40 +.05 +25.2 Albemarle N ALB 1.34f 1.4 15 144.99 86.75 1612 96.00 8779 96.97 92.41 +.56 -24.9 Albireo Q ALBO 39.87 20.25 30 31.93 222 32.89 29.29 +1.76 +24.7 Alcentra h Q ABDC .72 11.7 11.24 5.75 56 6.13 191 6.42 6.08 -.24 -26.9 Alcoa Cp N AA 22 62.35 38.05 4629 43.44 16599 43.79 41.71 +1.41 -19.4 AlderBioPh Q ALDR 20.87 8.60 367 17.70 2601 18.84 17.45 -.90 +54.6 AldeyraTh Q ALDX 11.90 3.90 50 7.60 279 7.89 7.05 +.45 +11.8 AlexB Inc N ALEX .28 1.2 32 30.35 20.83 134 23.46 1574 24.06 23.27 -.55 -15.4 Alexanders N ALX 18.00 4.9 436.80 332.98 2 366.00 12 373.76 366.00 -3.90 -7.5 AlexREE N ARE 3.72f 2.9 32 134.37 114.00 393 126.63 2245 130.42 125.59 -3.13 -3.0 AlxRE pfD N AREpD 1.75 5.0 37.59 33.99 34.79 1 35.16 34.79 -.75 -6.0 AlexcoR g A AXU 1.85 1.00 259 1.15 1105 1.18 1.05 +.07 -27.7 Alexion lf Q ALXN 45 149.34 102.10 622 117.50 5133 118.47 115.46 +1.50 -1.7 AlgonPw n N AQN .51f 11.34 9.45 64 10.21 339 10.45 10.12 -.22 -8.5 Alibaba N BABA 52 211.70 164.25 30412 174.23 188908 186.50 171.91 +1.45 +1.0 Alico Q ALCO .24 .7 34.80 25.55 3 32.10 13 32.40 31.81 +8.8 AlignTech Q ALGN 385.00 165.18 614 367.60 2971 370.56 351.52 +10.30 +65.4 AlimerSc h Q ALIM 1.46 .74 44 .96 376 .99 .87 +.08 -27.8tAlio Gld rs A ALO 4.94 .70 298 .75 1726 .80 .70 -.03 -79.6 Alkermes Q ALKS 71.22 39.54 339 44.85 2660 46.00 44.17 +.32 -18.1 Allakos n Q ALLK 45.95 26.00 61 38.91 422 41.75 37.53 +24.5 AllegCp N Y 646.55 521.07 21 638.00 137 644.20 633.18 +.59 +7.0 AllegTch N ATI 30.25 18.49 930 26.14 4922 26.65 25.67 +.43 +8.3 AllgnceBc n Q ABTX 31 46.85 31.75 10 44.75 80 45.62 43.80 -.30 +18.9 AllegiantT Q ALGT 2.80 2.1 10 181.45 111.54 109 135.40 589 138.50 134.30 -.30 -12.5 Allegion N ALLE .84 1.0 89.81 73.85 380 87.27 2389 88.12 86.30 +.57 +9.7stAllegMrg n Q ALGR 9.59 9.50 32 9.56 2564 9.59 9.50 +.03 +.2sAllegrM rt Q ALGRR .43 .34 .41 1812 .43 .40 -.01 +10.8sAllegMrg un Q ALGRU 10.30 10.04 0 10.20 196 10.30 10.20 -.02 +1.6 AllenaPh n Q ALNA 17.56 6.13 28 10.75 167 11.58 10.32 +.12 +6.9 Allergan N AGN 2.88 1.5 12 237.41 142.81 1049 186.86 8224 192.03 185.62 +1.26 +14.2 Allete N ALE 2.24 2.9 23 81.24 66.64 296 76.39 1053 79.39 75.61 -2.57 +2.7 AlliCAMun N AKP .70 5.1 14.02 12.49 49 13.78 212 13.78 13.48 +.27 +1.4 AlliData N ADS 2.28 1.0 14 278.33 192.02 328 236.93 1966 242.53 236.08 -1.10 -6.5 All MMA n Q AMMA 3.07 .15 21466 .42 22349 .62 .18 +.23 -63.8 AlliBNtlMu N AFB .75 6.0 14.22 12.32 23 12.55 482 12.60 12.46 -.02 -6.3 AlliOne rs N AOI 30.70 9.85 355 18.80 1178 19.20 17.80 +1.05 +41.9 AllnceRes Q ARLP 2.08f 10.2 5 21.90 15.55 359 20.40 1560 20.65 20.00 +.30 +3.6 AlliBGlbHi N AWF .84 7.2 13.12 11.46 151 11.64 875 11.69 11.60 +.06 -8.8 AlliBern N AB 2.57e 8.5 14 30.80 22.90 285 30.20 1238 30.35 29.70 +.45 +20.6 AlliantEg s N LNT 1.34 3.1 22 45.52 36.84 825 43.18 4885 43.77 42.71 -.41 +1.3 AlliGlCvInc N NCV .78 11.0 7.28 6.41 222 7.09 1014 7.11 7.00 +.01 +.9 AlliGblCv2 N NCZ .69 11.2 6.38 5.70 230 6.17 777 6.17 6.10 +.07 -.6 AlliNFJDv N NFJ 1.20 9.2 13.81 12.29 178 13.10 1036 13.14 12.96 +.14 +.4 AlliGlEqCv N NIE 1.52 6.5 23.45 19.47 69 23.21 299 23.38 23.18 +9.8 Allz24Tgt n N CBH 10.05 8.75 61 9.28 231 9.29 9.17 +.01 +2.0sAllnzgDI&Cv N ACV 2.00 8.1 24.99 20.34 22 24.75 166 24.99 24.57 +.03 +13.3 AlldCap47 N AFC 1.72 6.7 26.31 25.14 13 25.72 33 25.74 25.61 +.05 +.9 AldHlPrd rs Q AHPI 5.25 1.72 2 2.44 20 2.49 2.35 +.06 +16.7 AlliedMot Q AMOT .12 .2 47 51.80 23.26 104 48.89 271 49.28 47.20 +1.70 +47.7 Alliqua rs Q ALQA 4.58 1.58 84 2.65 203 2.78 2.41 +.22 +46.5sAllisonTrn N ALSN .60 1.2 17 49.31 32.93 1988 49.11 8121 49.31 47.75 +1.28 +14.0sAllotComm Q ALLT 6.55 4.74 44 6.38 362 6.55 6.13 -.10 +19.7 AllscriptH Q MDRX 16.13 10.78 1376 14.81 6799 14.95 14.53 +.21 +1.8 Allstate N ALL 1.84 1.8 15 105.36 85.59 1879 99.53 9038 101.75 98.73 -.49 -4.9 Allstat pfA N ALLpA 1.41 5.6 26.20 24.63 9 25.31 48 25.38 25.26 +.03 -1.1 Allstate 53 N ALLpB 1.28 4.9 27.28 25.10 18 26.19 110 26.19 25.81 +.39 -.2 Allstat pfC N ALLpC 1.69 6.6 26.91 25.39 12 25.55 93 25.64 25.45 -.02 -1.8 Allstat pfD N ALLpD 1.66 6.4 27.98 25.60 13 25.74 37 25.89 25.72 +.03 -2.5 Allstat pfE N ALLpE 1.66 6.4 27.29 25.65 40 25.81 310 25.81 25.73 +.06 -1.7 Allstat pfF N ALLpF 1.56 5.9 27.59 25.02 35 26.35 57 26.38 26.10 +.12 -.9 AllyFincl N ALLY .60f 2.2 12 31.29 21.81 1793 27.22 12490 27.70 27.00 +.27 -6.7 AlmadM n A AAU 1.32 .56 145 .60 736 .64 .58 -.03 -41.9 AlnylamP Q ALNY 153.99 70.76 936 96.87 4318 98.98 94.11 +2.29 -23.8 AlphaOmg Q AOSL 20 18.72 12.92 47 14.77 296 15.21 14.13 +.46 -9.7 AlpUSQVal N QVAL 1.35e 4.2 33.51 25.01 5 32.27 32 32.46 31.97 +.37 +5.1 AlpValuIntl N IVAL 1.35e 4.4 35.03 29.64 9 30.49 24 30.64 30.28 +.27 -7.7 AlpMoIntQ N IMOM 33.00 26.61 2 27.77 20 27.77 26.99 +.89 -8.6 AlpMoUSQ N QMOM 33.24 24.94 2 33.16 9 33.16 31.95 +1.31 +15.9 AlpArcVl n N VMOT 31.39 25.62 8 28.92 105 28.93 28.20 +.59 -.2 AlphaPro A APT 18 4.25 3.15 39 3.55 180 3.60 3.40 +.20 -11.3 Alphabet C Q GOOG 34 1273.89 903.40 947 1220.65 6368 1221.65 1194.63 +19.69 +16.7 Alphabet A Q GOOGL 37 1291.44 918.60 1221 1236.75 6617 1237.40 1208.70 +20.90 +17.4 Alphatc rs Q ATEC 4.27 1.80 139 3.75 985 3.95 3.36 +.19 +41.0tAlpImmu n Q ALPN 12.87 5.28 16 6.32 118 6.32 5.28 +.54 -43.6 AlpTotDiv N AOD .69 7.8 10.03 8.59 8.79 -7.2 AlpsETF N GRI 1.52e 3.4 47.47 40.28 2 44.47 10 44.72 44.34 -.06 -1.0 AlpsEqSect N EQL 1.83e 2.5 73.29 63.89 1 72.66 16 72.79 72.32 +.21 +4.5 AlpDisrTc n N DTEC 29.82 24.40 9 29.54 105 29.75 28.73 +.73 +17.2 AlpsRtSec n Q SWIN 32.49 27.49 32.37 6 32.38 31.92 +.57 +8.8 AlpBzSoMed N BUZ 38.12 28.31 0 37.88 7 37.88 36.71 +1.02 +18.3 AlpsRivFlex N RFFC 36.59 30.68 10 35.84 105 36.05 35.52 +.38 +3.2 Alps RivDiv N RFDA 33.92 28.25 15 33.48 102 33.73 33.10 +.16 +5.7 AlpRvrCare N RFCI 26.24 23.73 28 24.02 118 24.15 24.00 -.00 -2.8 AlpRivUncn N RFUN 26.57 24.98 11 25.28 57 25.45 25.27 -.02 -2.9 AlpSprtJG N SGDJ 38.94 23.61 68 25.38 252 25.68 24.14 +.87 -24.5 AlpMedBrk N SBIO 39.50 27.59 91 37.49 395 37.89 36.78 +.26 +14.3 AlpSprotG N SGDM .12e .7 22.94 15.42 23 16.17 162 16.40 15.57 +.27 -21.9 AlpWkplEq N EQLT .42e 1.1 39.15 32.95 1 38.11 4 38.27 37.67 +.24 +5.2 AlpEDvDg N EDOG .73e 3.4 27.38 20.65 9 21.50 53 21.66 21.13 +.36 -15.4 AlpAlerEn N ENFR 1.35e 5.8 24.50 19.24 6 23.19 25 23.46 23.00 +.02 +.4 AlpIntDvDg N IDOG 1.47e 5.4 30.26 26.05 28 27.01 159 27.09 26.60 +.48 -5.7sAlpBarr400 N BFOR .25e .5 45.84 36.66 11 45.86 54 45.89 45.09 +.75 +10.3 AlpRivStInc N RIGS .30e 1.2 25.76 24.23 24 24.54 139 24.63 24.48 -.06 -2.4 AlpsDvDog N SDOG 1.40e 3.0 49.27 41.57 151 46.36 536 46.80 46.22 +1.2 AlpAlerMLP N AMLP 1.35e 12.1 11.89 9.01 9366 11.16 49141 11.23 11.05 +.06 +3.4tAltaMesa n Q AMR 10.79 4.04 1369 4.78 13731 4.87 4.04 +.43 -51.8 Altaba Q AABA 82.45 62.10 4899 68.90 57608 73.15 68.14 +.73 -1.4 Altair A n Q ALTR 41.81 16.55 319 40.51 1726 40.83 39.69 +.31 +69.4 Alteryx n N AYX 57.43 18.64 1266 56.42 3756 56.91 53.24 +1.78 +123.3 Altice n N ATUS 28.13 14.60 5462 18.05 21200 18.80 17.41 +.55 -5.4 Altimm rs Q ALT 3.16 .25 780 .31 2588 .34 .29 -.02 -84.4 AltisrcAst A AAMC 116.00 55.00 0 62.70 3 64.70 62.70 -1.45 -23.2sAltisrce n Q ASPS 2 37.86 19.50 46 37.09 233 37.86 35.55 +1.51 +32.5 AltraIndlM Q AIMC .68 1.7 23 53.70 39.65 263 40.85 1258 41.80 40.25 -.70 -18.9 Altria N MO 3.20 5.4 19 74.38 53.91 7704 58.78 31145 61.31 58.55 -2.22 -17.7 Market profile NYSE American Nasdaq AMD 163,433,600 23.98 +1.69 GeronCp 40,434,000 5.19 +1.16 CronosGp n 35,511,400 9.94 +1.40 MicronT 24,648,700 50.70 +1.00 Comcast s 24,501,100 36.50 +1.19 Dropbox n 23,969,200 27.03 -1.31 Apple Inc 18,457,400 216.16 +.67 Intel 17,910,400 47.66 +.68 Microsoft 17,187,000 108.40 +.84 Qualcom 15,999,200 67.15 +.29 WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg2684.61 +45.17TransEntx 8,045,800 5.37 +.31 iShIndia bt 3,522,400 35.92 +.57 NthnO&G 3,221,500 3.30 -.01 CheniereEn 2,555,200 65.11 +2.35 B2gold g 2,508,100 2.33 +.12 22ndCentry 2,229,000 2.50 +.10 NwGold g 1,982,200 1.04 +.04 SRC Eng 1,707,600 9.70 SandstG g 1,384,600 3.76 +.20 Cel-Sci rs 1,130,100 1.55 +.17 TransEntx 31,583,300 5.37 +.80 BioPhrmX 23,667,000 .15 -.01 NthnO&G 21,684,700 3.30 +.43 AmpioPhm 21,275,400 .61 +.14 iShIndia bt 18,002,200 35.92 +.55 HeliosM rs 590,891,500 .02 -.01 AMD 461,084,100 23.98 +4.21 MicronT 154,573,500 50.70 +3.59 Apple Inc 131,944,900 216.16 -1.42 Microsoft 123,433,200 108.40 +.82 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg 12999.47 +66.01 NYSE Advanced Declined Unchanged WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE WEEKLY CHANGE VanEGold 72,664,900 18.95 +.49 iShEMkts 69,240,400 43.37 +.79 S&P500ETF 57,437,200 287.51 +1.72 GGP Inc 45,401,300 21.93 +.16 BkofAm 43,576,100 30.89 +.05 GenElec 38,652,700 12.50 -.04 Ambev 32,975,100 4.66 +.07 Alibaba 30,412,200 174.23 +2.00 B iPVxST rs 29,744,900 28.80 -.18 iShBrazil 25,990,600 31.97 +.44 FRIDAY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg WEEKLY MOST ACTIVEName Vol Last Chg iShEMkts 304,939,500 43.37 +1.16 S&P500ETF 258,308,100 287.51 +2.45 VanEGold 245,214,400 18.95 +.23 GenElec 225,027,800 12.50 +.20 BkofAm 214,410,300 30.89 +.15 Voxeljet 4.19 +27.0 ParkDrl rs 3.94 +23.9 Invitae n 12.56 +23.0 PPDAI n 5.95 +22.7 CalifRes rs 35.78 +22.2 Revlon 21.10 +22.0 QntmDSS rs 2.29 +21.2 WmsSon 71.36 +20.3 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg Lannett 5.15 -61.9 GpSuprvi n 6.11 -34.9 JJill n 5.95 -28.2 RoadrnTrn 1.37 -23.9 ChinRap n 2.24 -22.5 B&N Ed n 5.24 -18.4 Qudian n 6.02 -18.1 WEEKS BIGGEST LOSERSName Close Chg Gastar pfA 3.94 +44.9 Gastar pfB 3.90 +44.0 Cel-Sci rs 1.55 +31.4 Reeds 3.15 +31.3 LilisEn n 5.13 +26.7 NuverEnv n 11.69 +24.4 Daxor 5.20 +20.9 BlonderT 1.50 +19.0 WEEKS BIGGEST GAINERSName Close Chg Ballanty 4.40 -13.7 TelInstEl 2.95 -9.2 eMagin 1.50 -9.1 CentrusEn 2.67 -7.3 NovaBay rs 1.90 -7.3 SanchzM rs 9.55 -7.3 IncOpR 12.25 -7.2 SevStars h 5.42 +175.1 ObalonT n 2.79 +63.2 Lantronix 5.78 +57.9 CronosGp n 9.94 +52.0 B Comm 9.81 +50.4 ExactSci h 70.51 +44.4 Atlanticus 2.67 +43.5 AuroraMob n 8.50 +42.9 NewatrTc n 11.15 -59.5 SeaChange 1.55 -46.7 BlackBox 1.24 -24.4 Akorn Inc 14.53 -23.5 NF EngSv 4.27 -22.9 Hibbett 20.53 -22.3 Ability rs 3.67 -22.07945.98 +67.52How 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 1,913 825 160 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,898 108 35 Advanced Declined Unchanged 179 111 22 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 312 6 8 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,805 1,028 214 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,047 190 31 Advanced Declined Unchanged 1,917 979 62 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 2,958 277 91 Advanced Declined Unchanged 189 120 12 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 321 10 18 Advanced Declined Unchanged 2,077 937 105 Volume (000s) New Highs New Lows 3,119 367 129 Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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AlumChina N ACH 23.54 9.20 48 10.25 243 10.49 10.02 +.41 -42.8 AmTrstFn Q AFSI .34 2.3 15 14.75 8.80 229 14.52 1712 14.57 14.43 +.05 +44.2 ATrFn pfA N AFSIpA 1.69 9.0 25.20 13.96 4 18.85 43 19.04 18.48 +.45 -8.5 AmTrF pfB N AFSIpB 1.81 9.2 25.23 12.92 3 19.73 28 19.90 19.52 +.16 -9.7 AmTrF pfC N AFSIpC 1.91 9.2 25.40 14.91 3 20.70 27 20.80 20.47 +.13 -8.0 AmTrF pf F N AFSIpF 24.00 13.93 4 19.39 173 19.47 19.04 +.36 -5.6 AmTrF pfE N AFSIpE 25.76 14.80 3 22.63 58 23.25 22.52 +.01 -1.3 AmTrFn 7.5 N AFST 27.34 23.30 11 25.00 39 25.20 24.83 +.20 -3.4 AmTrFn 55 N AFSS 1.81 7.4 26.20 21.41 10 24.60 43 24.72 24.50 +.06 -1.6 AmTrF pfD N AFSIpD 1.88 8.7 25.27 14.42 16 21.54 57 21.90 20.62 -.01 -2.9sAmalBk n Q AMAL 17.86 16.00 71 17.70 522 18.00 16.33 +1.28 +7.3 Amarin Q AMRN 4.60 2.35 1969 2.77 12184 2.98 2.70 -.19 -30.9 Amazon Q AMZN 1925.00 931.75 2781 1905.39 16031 1919.50 1866.06 +23.17 +62.9 AmbacF wt Q AMBCW 9.09 5.04 5.76 +.3 AmbacFin Q AMBC 9 23.34 13.17 284 21.74 1461 22.36 21.46 -.48 +36.0 Ambarella Q AMBA 66.23 37.10 566 39.25 2672 39.73 37.69 +1.22 -33.2 AmberRd N AMBR 10.29 6.14 68 8.68 428 8.70 8.40 +.24 +18.3 Ambev N ABEV .05e 1.1 8 7.43 4.58 32975 4.66 183409 4.91 4.58 -.25 -27.9 Amdocs Q DOX 1.00 1.5 18 71.72 61.00 469 65.03 2550 65.70 63.80 -.37 -.7tAmedica rs Q AMDA 6.94 .33 505 .44 6467 .55 .33 +.08 -86.4sAmedisys Q AMED 72 124.82 45.60 296 124.49 1435 125.10 118.57 +5.19 +136.2 AMERCO Q UHAL 1.50e 20 400.99 317.43 29 377.00 256 385.07 373.82 -4.47 -.2sAmeren N AEE 1.83 2.9 23 65.09 51.89 863 63.99 5561 65.09 63.27 -.77 +8.5 Ameresco N AMRC 24 15.35 6.95 77 14.70 540 14.90 14.15 -.15 +70.9 AmeriHld n Q AMRH 13.50 .70 32 1.50 328 1.69 1.43 -.02 -51.6 AFMulti Q ATAX .50 8.5 20 6.50 5.25 130 5.85 1221 6.05 5.60 +.20 -3.3 AMovilL N AMX .17e 1.0 25 19.91 14.85 2068 17.04 10062 17.63 16.61 +.42 -.6 AmMovl A N AMOV 19.87 14.77 2 16.90 18 17.55 16.46 +.70 -.6sAmCarM Q CRMT 17 89.85 36.50 94 84.05 732 89.85 78.00 +2.50 +88.2 AmAirlines Q AAL .40 1.0 7 59.08 35.64 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7.55 118 7.94 7.47 -.15 +34.8 ApolloGM N APO 1.95e 5.6 12 37.35 28.00 310 34.70 8023 34.89 33.56 +.98 +3.7 ApollG pfA N APOpA 1.59 6.1 26.62 23.98 13 25.87 59 25.87 25.60 +.28 -1.6sApolG pfB N APOpB 1.59 6.3 25.33 24.25 14 25.33 128 25.42 25.16 +.08 +2.0 ApolloInv Q AINV .60 10.7 6.20 5.18 979 5.61 4169 5.75 5.61 -.08 -.9 ApolloI 43 N AIY 1.72 6.8 26.70 24.99 8 25.23 42 25.23 25.14 +.06 -3.2 ApolMed n Q AMEH 30.00 10.00 95 17.48 479 18.98 15.70 -.87 -27.2 ApollSrFlt N AFT 1.08a 6.7 18.69 15.94 40 16.11 225 16.24 16.05 -.09 -.7 ApolloTact N AIF 1.20a 7.7 16.39 15.27 70 15.53 297 15.64 15.49 -.08 -1.4sAppFolio n Q APPF 79.70 37.56 152 80.90 713 81.95 75.45 +3.75 +94.9 Appian A n Q APPN 43.61 19.62 550 34.84 3395 36.98 33.15 -1.35 +10.7 AppHReit n N APLE 1.20 6.8 39 20.19 16.72 680 17.70 4911 17.84 17.54 +.05 -9.3sApple Inc Q AAPL 2.92 1.4 25 219.18 149.16 18457 216.16 131945 219.18 213.84 -1.42 +27.7 ApplRecy h Q ARCI 1.75 .59 418 .78 489 .82 .68 +.06 -25.5 ApldDNA Q APDN 3.45 1.10 91 1.14 273 1.24 1.11 -.01 -28.3 AppGenTc Q AGTC 5.75 3.25 110 4.35 420 4.40 4.00 +.20 +20.8sApldIndlT N AIT 1.20 1.6 21 78.90 54.00 84 77.05 719 78.90 76.20 +.65 +13.1tApldMatl Q AMAT .80 1.9 12 62.40 42.62 8285 42.73 62975 44.23 42.52 -.84 -16.4 ApldOptoel Q AAOI 26 71.29 22.54 734 42.87 3788 43.37 39.50 +2.71 +13.4 Approach Q AREX 10 4.21 2.07 155 2.25 1130 2.33 2.22 +.01 -24.0 Apptio n Q APTI 39.06 16.56 712 37.80 2800 37.96 35.00 +2.34 +60.7 ApricusB rs Q APRI 3.34 .25 1321 .29 2262 .34 .28 +.01 -84.0 Aptargrp N ATR 1.28 1.2 30 104.95 79.97 127 103.80 764 104.14 102.60 +1.04 +20.3 AptevoTh n Q APVO 6.35 1.15 63 5.34 363 5.80 5.16 -.06 +25.9 Aptinyx n Q APTX 25.21 17.35 11 23.34 185 23.84 21.85 +.53 +15.5 Aptiv N APTV .22 .2 17 103.23 77.06 2903 88.47 9639 95.00 87.83 -4.29 +4.3 AptoseB g Q APTO 4.55 1.30 141 2.89 1036 3.00 2.71 -.11 +29.0 AquaAm N WTR .88f 2.3 28 39.55 32.37 266 37.73 2400 38.24 37.43 +.02 -3.8 AquaMetal h Q AQMS 8.17 1.42 194 2.35 1181 2.53 2.24 -.11 +10.3 AquaB Tc n Q AQB 9.99 2.25 58 2.84 243 3.10 2.46 +.42 -19.3 Aquantia n N AQ 18.49 9.60 154 12.28 1056 12.67 11.99 +.12 +8.4sAcquavnt n N WAAS 18.72 10.87 39 18.18 590 18.72 17.33 +.89 +17.1 AquestTh n Q AQST 19.30 14.75 63 15.73 558 16.37 15.25 -.27 -2.0 AquinoxPh Q AQXP 16.90 1.96 198 3.18 953 3.20 2.93 +.17 -73.0 ArQule Q ARQL 7.21 .94 724 5.85 5087 6.40 5.65 -.42 +254.5 Aradigm h Q ARDM 7.35 1.03 16 1.43 76 1.50 1.28 +.13 -78.7 Aramark N ARMK .90f 2.2 20 46.09 36.29 578 40.66 4425 41.20 40.44 +.06 -4.9 AratanaTh Q PETX 7.28 3.67 178 5.32 1119 5.52 5.02 +.25 +1.1sArborRT N ABR 1.00 8.3 10 11.96 7.88 1144 12.04 5945 12.05 11.58 +.42 +39.4 Arbor prA N ABRpA 2.06 7.9 26.32 24.81 0 25.92 6 26.00 25.79 +.27 +2.3 ArborR pfB N ABRpB 1.94 7.6 25.95 24.59 25.50 3 25.50 25.45 +.03 -.2 ArborR pfC N ABRpC 2.13 8.1 26.58 25.51 4 26.17 8 26.22 25.97 +.07 -.1 ArbutusB g Q ABUS 12.60 3.45 214 9.00 849 9.20 8.65 -.10 +78.2 ArcBest Q ARCB .32 .7 16 50.45 25.03 188 47.25 923 48.40 45.90 +1.35 +32.2 ArcadB rsn Q RKDA 66.56 3.60 74 6.35 593 6.68 5.80 +.02 +15.5 ArcelorM rs N MT .10p 7 37.50 24.74 2427 30.37 9149 30.46 29.22 +1.27 -6.0 ArchCap s Q ACGL 28 34.20 25.71 715 30.87 3205 30.99 30.26 +.24 +2.0 ArchCap pfF Q ACGLO 1.36 5.5 25.99 23.67 7 24.73 82 24.73 24.48 +.16 -2.4 ArchC pfE Q ACGLP 1.31 5.5 25.25 22.75 29 23.99 165 24.02 23.91 +.11 -4.5 ArchCoal N ARCH 1.60 1.8 8 102.61 68.95 159 87.88 957 92.39 87.46 -1.92 -5.7sArchDan N ADM 1.34 2.6 21 51.06 38.59 1984 50.70 14088 51.06 50.20 +.15 +26.5 Archrock N AROC .53f 4.1 26 13.75 8.25 604 12.80 3536 13.25 12.20 +.80 +21.9 Arcimoto n Q FUV 6.35 2.26 30 4.40 249 4.51 3.87 +.40 +9.7 Arconic N ARNC .24 1.1 31.17 16.47 7373 22.23 16432 22.36 20.95 +1.35 -18.4 Arconic pf A ARNCp 3.75 4.4 92.00 84.56 0 86.00 3 89.00 86.00 -2.00 +.2 ArcosDor N ARCO 33 10.80 6.50 687 6.85 3662 7.13 6.60 +.20 -33.8 ArcturusT rs Q ARCT 15.19 4.78 26 8.00 96 8.16 7.59 -.15 +.6 ArcusBio n N RCUS 19.67 10.80 126 13.48 308 13.78 12.91 +.21 -21.6 Ardaugh n N ARD .56 3.5 22.33 14.77 30 16.14 192 16.26 15.66 +.22 -23.5 Ardelyx Q ARDX 8.65 3.58 455 4.40 1651 4.50 3.95 +.45 -33.3 ArdmoreSh N ASC 9.05 6.40 67 6.95 455 7.10 6.50 +.45 -13.1 ArenaPh rs Q ARNA 50.05 20.02 271 36.97 1639 37.58 35.50 +1.23 +8.8 AresCap Q ARCC 1.56f 9.0 9 17.47 15.03 1943 17.40 7084 17.42 17.24 +.05 +10.7sAresCmcl N ACRE 1.16f 8.1 13 14.47 11.96 59 14.37 468 14.47 14.12 +.24 +11.4 AresDyCr N ARDC 1.40 8.8 16.73 15.74 92 15.87 460 16.14 15.83 -.05 -3.3 AresMgmt N ARES 1.05e 5.0 14 25.95 17.55 241 21.00 1724 21.85 20.75 +.20 +5.0 AresMg pfA N ARESpA 1.75 6.5 27.35 25.31 10 26.90 83 26.97 26.70 -.01 +1.5 Argan N AGX 1.00 2.5 9 69.95 34.90 112 40.50 806 40.85 38.70 +1.40 -10.0 Argenx n Q ARGX 103.00 20.10 77 91.73 403 93.03 84.62 +6.79 +45.3 ArgoGp42 N ARGD 1.63 6.4 25.50 25.00 4 25.50 23 25.50 25.39 +.04 +.9 ArgoGpInt N ARGO 1.08b 1.7 13 65.90 49.65 91 63.95 510 64.35 61.40 +2.40 +19.3 AridisPh n Q ARDS 13.85 12.61 21 13.04 125 13.38 12.68 +.11 +.3sAristaNetw N ANET 56 311.67 169.61 4061 308.58 6558 313.37 268.14 +39.54 +31.0 ArkInnova N ARKK 48.57 30.47 336 48.06 1337 48.13 45.45 +2.23 +29.6 ArkIndInno N ARKQ 37.14 28.35 12 36.68 129 36.68 35.21 +1.38 +11.4sArkGenom N ARKG 32.14 21.72 239 32.36 754 32.45 30.71 +1.48 +32.1 ArkWebX.O N ARKW .94p .6 59.32 37.94 106 58.67 588 58.67 55.46 +2.86 +27.3 Ark 3dPr n N PRNT 27.21 22.65 13 26.26 56 26.34 25.45 +1.02 +7.8 Ark IsrTc n N IZRL 22.04 19.16 7 21.76 28 21.80 21.02 +.81 +6.9 ArkRst Q ARKR 1.00 4.4 83 29.49 20.20 2 22.50 11 23.37 22.01 -.40 -16.8 ArlingAst N AI 2.20 21.7 13.41 9.88 222 10.14 1549 10.29 10.06 -.06 -13.9 ArlingAst23 N AIW 1.66 6.9 25.21 23.58 1 24.20 3 24.40 24.08 +.10 -1.0 ArlingAst25 N AIC 1.69 7.0 24.85 23.05 1 24.14 10 24.25 24.02 +.01 -.4 ArlAsst pfB N AIpB 1.75 7.1 25.85 22.97 1 24.51 11 24.69 24.25 +.02 -1.7 sArmadaHof N AHH .80 5.0 21 16.17 12.73 145 15.85 988 16.17 15.75 -.14 +2.1 ArmrR pfA N ARRpA 2.06 8.1 25.75 23.71 2 25.44 14 25.47 25.39 -.02 ArmrR pfB N ARRpB 1.97 7.9 25.29 24.09 11 25.05 99 25.18 24.95 -.01 +.1 ArmourR rs N ARR 2.72 11.5 6 27.55 21.40 360 23.60 1631 23.92 23.42 -.22 -8.2sArmsFloor N AFI 50 18.24 12.03 183 17.62 670 18.24 17.18 +.16 +4.1 ArmstrWld N AWI 16 71.35 44.75 342 69.45 1943 70.75 68.10 -.55 +14.7 Arotech Q ARTX 23 4.35 2.70 184 3.48 627 3.60 3.30 +.08 -2.1 ArrayBio Q ARRY 20.21 8.50 1483 14.23 11830 14.53 13.31 +.13 +11.2 ArrisIntl Q ARRS 29 30.00 22.33 850 24.99 4248 25.35 24.44 +.57 -2.7 ArrwDJYld N GYLD 1.59e 9.0 19.24 16.98 9 17.67 51 17.81 17.39 +.23 -1.8 ArrowEl N ARW 11 87.26 72.31 392 78.97 1959 79.63 77.85 +.96 -1.8sArrowFn Q AROW 1.04 2.6 16 40.15 30.29 11 39.55 70 40.15 39.00 -.35 +16.5 ArrCountR n Q DWCR 33.04 27.55 0 28.89 3 28.89 27.89 +1.00 -4.3 ArwQVMEq N QVM 30.15 25.31 29.21 1 29.21 29.00 +.45 +5.4 ArwDWATc Q DWAT .09e .7 12.50 10.94 0 12.42 1 12.42 12.25 +.45 +6.7 ArrowPhm Q ARWR 17.50 1.97 923 14.69 6240 14.78 13.80 +.18 +299.2tArsanis n Q ASNS 2 28.69 1.70 96 1.89 526 1.98 1.70 +.11 -85.2 ArtesRes Q ARTNA .95 2.5 26 43.22 32.00 13 38.12 63 38.76 37.74 -1.1 ArtisanPtr N APAM 2.40a 7.3 22 41.45 29.10 263 32.95 1165 33.60 32.25 +.55 -16.6 ArtsWay Q ARTW .05 1.8 5.45 2.00 1 2.80 71 2.90 2.65 +.05 -6.2 AskanoG g A AKG 1.38 .43 179 .88 1363 .90 .81 +.04 +24.6sAsburyA N ABG 10 77.75 50.25 85 75.35 642 77.75 74.90 +.60 +17.7sAscenaRtl Q ASNA 5.29 1.69 1337 4.85 7351 5.29 4.63 +.19 +106.4 Ascendis n Q ASND 76.29 26.30 106 74.06 507 75.99 68.09 +2.54 +84.9 AscentCap Q ASCMA 14.15 1.68 38 2.83 317 3.14 2.74 +.04 -75.4 AshfordHT N AHT .48 7.4 8.66 5.42 325 6.45 2564 6.59 6.30 -.02 -4.2sAshfrd pfD N AHTpD 2.11 8.1 26.26 25.06 5 26.20 31 26.29 25.94 +4.1 AshfHT pfF N AHTpF 1.84 7.6 25.50 22.21 3 24.35 43 24.35 23.66 +.48 -4.1 AshfrH pfG N AHTpG 1.84 7.7 25.44 22.23 13 24.01 42 24.29 23.63 +.21 -4.4 AshfrdH pfH N AHTpH 1.88 7.6 25.47 22.44 29 24.63 50 24.65 24.06 +.58 -3.1 AshfrdH pfI N AHTpI 1.88 7.7 25.16 22.62 12 24.44 451 24.44 23.88 +.50 -2.7 Ashford A AINC 25 109.82 53.00 8 94.77 36 94.77 87.76 +3.27 +1.9 Ashland N ASH 1.00f 1.2 47 86.63 60.28 1091 84.84 2916 86.14 84.31 +.02 +19.2 AsiaPc N APB .61e 2.2 15.71 12.95 20 13.48 41 13.58 13.21 +.13 -6.5 AsiaPWire Q APWC .10e 3.05 2.26 0 2.68 6 2.68 2.54 +.11 -2.4 AspenAero N ASPN 5.58 3.99 43 4.79 77 4.94 4.63 -1.8 AspenGp n Q ASPU 9.61 5.35 16 7.69 209 8.08 7.39 +.30 -13.8 AspenIns N AHL .96 2.5 47.65 34.80 506 38.40 3290 39.10 37.03 +1.90 -5.4 Aspen pfC N AHLpC 1.49 5.8 28.99 25.21 34 25.75 189 25.82 25.63 +.03 -5.6 AspIns pfD N AHLpD 1.41 5.7 26.60 23.71 11 24.90 83 24.93 24.77 +.13 -3.4sAspenTech Q AZPN 47 111.70 58.26 618 112.11 2126 112.40 107.43 +4.38 +69.4 AssembBio Q ASMB 67.36 24.74 76 38.35 569 39.30 35.53 +1.80 -15.2 AssertThr Q ASRT 9.48 4.31 475 7.13 3422 7.60 6.95 -.36 -11.4 AscBnc pfC N ASBpC 1.53 5.9 27.50 25.28 1 26.07 12 26.13 25.86 +.04 -4.1 AsscBc pf D N ASBpD 26.23 24.08 16 24.86 52 24.92 24.81 +.07 -4.2 AsscdBanc N ASB .60 2.2 17 29.03 20.95 1043 27.30 3934 27.85 26.95 +7.5 AssocCap n N AC .20 .5 42.50 32.65 4 38.15 35 38.50 37.08 +1.00 +11.9 Assurant N AIZ 2.24 2.1 52 111.43 84.34 545 104.63 3156 106.67 103.13 -.08 +3.8 AssuredG N AGO .64 1.5 8 43.28 32.97 461 41.87 2706 42.27 41.36 -.15 +23.6 AsdGMu01 N AGOpB 1.72 6.6 26.40 25.36 2 26.03 23 26.05 25.91 +.13 +.1 AsdGMu02 N AGOpE 1.56 6.1 26.82 24.81 16 25.68 42 25.68 25.39 +.24 -1.8 AsdGMu03 N AGOpF 1.40 5.6 25.81 24.13 3 24.97 14 24.97 24.83 +.17 -.4 AstaFd lf Q ASFI 5.30e 5.30 2.85 1 3.00 13 3.05 2.85 -.05 -12.9 Astec Q ASTE .44f .9 17 64.80 44.92 105 48.44 767 48.81 46.43 +1.70 -17.2 AsteriasBio A AST 3.74 1.20 127 1.55 588 1.75 1.55 -.05 -31.1 AstraZen s N AZN 1.37e 3.6 9 39.76 28.78 3087 38.30 19783 39.08 38.10 +.18 +10.4sAstroNova Q ALOT .28 1.3 43 21.50 11.00 32 21.15 127 21.95 17.90 +3.35 +52.7 Astronics Q ATRO 49 49.45 25.95 70 44.99 414 46.56 44.51 +.45 +8.5 Astrotch rs Q ASTC 8.15 1.64 17 3.63 87 3.70 3.34 +.20 +8.4 AsureSftw h Q ASUR 19.78 9.89 88 14.32 866 14.61 13.03 +1.05 +1.4 AtHomGr n N HOME 50 40.97 20.07 442 37.05 2877 37.51 33.47 +3.10 +21.9 AtaraBioth Q ATRA 54.45 12.65 622 37.60 2422 38.75 35.50 +1.70 +107.7 Atento SA N ATTO .34p 12 12.90 5.45 108 6.95 482 7.15 5.95 +.95 -31.5 athenahlth Q ATHN 98 163.94 111.61 321 152.12 2687 157.28 149.75 -2.10 +14.3 Athene n N ATH 55.22 43.09 364 49.93 3108 50.41 49.27 -.05 -3.4 Athenex n Q ATNX 20.90 13.28 142 17.14 1013 17.70 16.91 -.15 +7.8 Athersys Q ATHX 3.09 1.29 377 2.01 1464 2.03 1.92 +.07 +11.0sAtkoreInt n N ATRK 28.34 15.66 367 28.18 3290 28.34 27.26 +.97 +31.4 AtlanAmer Q AAME .02 .7 4.00 2.20 1 2.70 10 2.70 2.30 +.05 -20.6 AtlCapBc n Q ACBI 25 21.60 15.20 29 18.75 411 19.20 18.20 +.50 +6.5 AtlPwr g N AT .12 2.60 1.80 1258 2.25 2925 2.25 2.15 +.05 -4.3 AtlanticaYd Q AY 1.26e 6.1 31 25.99 18.00 189 20.68 1002 21.07 20.37 +.08 -2.5 Atlanticus Q ATLC 3.83 1.52 115 2.67 708 3.30 1.75 +.81 +11.3 AtlasAir Q AAWW 7 75.29 50.65 212 62.05 1165 62.65 60.00 +1.80 +5.8 AtlasFin Q AFH 21.50 8.05 19 10.60 235 11.15 10.55 -.10 -48.4 AtlasFin pf Q AFHBL 1.66 6.6 27.87 24.43 2 25.30 7 25.70 25.20 -.11 -2.9sAtlassian n Q TEAM 82.98 33.16 2062 86.11 6901 86.13 76.79 +8.09 +89.2 ATMOS N ATO 1.94 2.1 17 94.85 76.46 302 92.22 1423 94.72 91.67 -2.12 +7.4 Atomera n Q ATOM 8.00 2.45 14 5.22 206 5.70 4.98 -.25 +20.6sAtriCure Q ATRC 33.99 14.88 154 34.14 781 34.22 30.89 +3.05 +87.2 Atrion Q ATRI 5.40f .8 51 694.25 516.85 3 641.00 15 660.00 641.00 -13.75 +1.6 AttisInd hn Q ATIS 3.63 .32 123 .35 1581 .40 .34 -66.9sAttunity Q ATTU 20.19 6.25 349 20.55 1809 20.86 18.66 +1.59 +194.4 aTyrPhm h Q LIFE 6.50 .60 192 .64 2637 .70 .61 -.01 -81.8 AubNB Q AUBN .96 2.0 21 53.96 33.22 1 47.49 9 47.50 45.84 +.99 +22.1 Audentes n Q BOLD 46.18 18.35 114 34.04 1417 34.95 32.00 +1.00 +8.9 AudCodes Q AUDC .20p 27 11.48 6.15 145 10.63 1155 11.15 10.44 -.34 +44.4 AuriniaPh Q AUPH 7.60 4.41 226 5.41 1699 5.50 5.25 +.09 +19.4 AuroraMob n Q JG 9.80 5.00 531 8.50 2180 8.68 5.95 +2.55 -3.4 AurynRs n A AUG 2.69 .97 80 1.11 297 1.11 1.02 +.08 -32.4 AutoNatn N AN 12 62.02 41.60 504 45.66 4502 47.82 45.51 -.72 -11.0 AutoWeb Q AUTO 10 9.91 2.88 28 3.55 112 3.71 3.41 -.09 -60.7sAutodesk Q ADSK 142.94 101.55 8480 157.20 18197 157.78 131.63 +24.85 +50.0 Autohome N ATHM 13 119.50 52.93 595 79.41 4107 79.91 75.70 +1.13 +22.8 Autoliv N ALV 2.32 2.6 14 115.42 75.32 376 89.64 2860 94.23 88.70 -2.39 -2.1 Autolus n Q AUTL 32.00 19.17 11 29.04 97 31.97 28.15 -1.59 +16.2sAutoData Q ADP 2.76f 1.9 38 143.93 102.81 1088 143.59 9097 144.04 142.10 +1.04 +22.5 AutoZone N AZO 16 797.89 504.96 106 770.52 895 775.45 756.65 +5.18 +8.3tAvadelPh Q AVDL 11.93 4.25 68 4.39 1583 4.73 4.25 -.31 -46.5 Avalara n N AVLR 59.40 32.10 299 39.52 1139 43.62 38.35 +.27 -10.4 AvalonHld A AWX 20.20 1.83 319 4.31 1780 4.60 3.50 +.35 +115.5 AvalonBay N AVB 5.88 3.2 24 191.20 152.65 318 182.80 1900 184.32 180.27 -.40 +2.5 Avangrid n N AGR 1.76f 3.5 39 54.55 45.17 455 50.09 1532 50.77 49.46 -.33 -1.0 AvayaHl n N AVYA 20 23.76 19.08 1823 22.95 4227 23.25 21.88 +.97 +14.8 AveThera n Q ATXI 6.90 3.06 5 3.98 32 4.00 3.65 +.26 +9.9 AVEO Ph h Q AVEO 4.24 1.86 2379 2.62 8719 2.65 2.25 +.29 -6.1 AveryD N AVY 2.26 2.1 35 123.67 91.98 385 105.79 2381 108.22 104.59 -1.16 -7.9tAvianca N AVH .18e 3.3 9.76 5.51 119 5.51 814 5.97 5.50 -.27 -31.4 AviatNet rs Q AVNW 19.07 12.90 6 15.83 31 17.60 15.83 -1.02 +4.4 AvidBios rs Q CDMO 6.57 2.24 642 6.24 1508 6.36 5.37 +.75 +60.8 AvidTech Q AVID 7.65 3.99 112 5.83 698 5.95 5.49 +.37 +8.2 Avingr nrs Q AVGR 25.20 .95 740 1.39 2136 1.40 1.14 +.23 -80.9 AvinoSG g A ASM 1.80 .85 128 .99 569 1.04 .91 +.08 -26.1 AvisBudg Q CAR 11 50.88 30.67 1704 33.15 12218 35.48 32.96 -1.80 -24.5 Avista N AVA 1.49 2.9 29 52.91 47.50 163 51.53 1706 51.89 51.13 -.06 +.1 AvistaHl un Q AHPAU 10.45 10.00 10.25 0 10.25 10.25 -.15 -.5 AvistaHl n Q AHPA 10.20 9.28 71 10.10 3263 10.10 10.06 -.01 +1.8sAvnet Q AVT .76 1.6 12 49.33 35.67 488 48.42 4071 49.33 47.35 +.84 +22.2 Avon N AVP 20 2.99 1.38 1698 2.03 27848 2.11 1.93 -.01 -5.6 AvroBio n Q AVRO 44.01 26.51 26 39.31 207 41.49 37.55 -.69 +26.0 Aware Q AWRE 32 5.20 3.00 5 3.50 26 3.65 3.50 -.10 -22.2 Axalta N AXTA 75 38.20 28.04 2193 30.05 9627 30.51 29.55 +.02 -7.1tAxcelis rs Q ACLS 6 37.05 18.75 249 19.75 1903 19.91 18.75 +.55 -31.2 AXIS Cap N AXS 1.56 2.7 64.06 47.43 441 57.49 1835 57.52 56.11 +1.34 +14.4 AXIS pfD N AXSpD 1.38 5.5 25.98 23.79 8 25.17 41 25.17 24.72 +.45 -.2 AxisCap pfE N AXSpE 25.85 23.39 20 25.00 116 25.00 24.85 +.13 -.7 AxoGen Q AXGN 56.85 15.10 435 41.30 2359 41.88 37.40 +3.55 +45.9 AxonEntpr Q AAXN 76.45 20.57 446 65.55 2337 65.80 63.08 +1.40 +147.4 Axovant n Q AXON 27.98 1.02 532 2.30 5021 2.43 1.98 +.25 -56.4 AxsomeT n Q AXSM 6.45 2.05 67 2.58 537 2.60 2.30 +.13 -54.0 AytuBioS rs Q AYTU 136.40 3.86 33 4.41 192 4.80 4.15 -.13 -90.1 Azul n N AZUL 35.05 15.53 650 16.09 6949 18.96 15.99 -2.64 -32.5 AzurRx n Q AZRX 5.25 2.20 29 2.45 153 2.60 2.28 +.12 -32.6 AzurePwr n N AZRE 18.10 12.53 37 15.75 43 15.86 15.14 +.20 +10.9B -: B Comm Q BCOM 3.58e 20.49 6.27 9 9.81 34 9.90 6.87 +3.29 -46.7 B&G Foods N BGS 1.90 5.9 9 39.75 22.00 423 32.00 2490 33.00 31.20 -9.0 BRileyFn Q RILY .49e 2.2 23 23.70 15.15 40 22.70 344 22.70 21.53 +1.25 +25.4 BRileyF 7.5 Q RILYL 1.88 7.4 26.84 25.02 1 25.44 22 25.45 25.33 +.10 -2.2 BRiley27 n Q RILYZ 1.88 7.4 26.20 24.76 8 25.27 41 25.29 25.03 +.23 -2.3 BRileyF27 n Q RILYG 25.90 24.49 7 24.95 25 25.05 24.90 +.15 -1.7sBRiley23 Q RILYH 1.84 7.1 25.90 25.07 12 25.92 85 25.95 25.55 +.35 +3.3 B2gold g A BTG 29 3.30 2.10 2508 2.33 14928 2.39 2.19 +.17 -24.8 BB&T Cp N BBT 1.62f 3.1 15 56.31 43.03 2043 51.71 11352 53.08 51.64 -.72 +4.0 BB&T pfD N BBTpD 26.35 24.87 6 25.75 68 25.75 25.61 +.11 +1.1 BB&T pfE N BBTpE 1.41 5.6 26.20 24.49 34 25.15 156 25.20 25.10 +.02 -.4 BB&T pfF N BBTpF 1.30 5.2 25.67 23.50 8 25.15 93 25.15 25.01 +.10 +.5 BB&T pfG N BBTpG 1.30 5.2 25.85 23.57 8 25.10 82 25.10 24.93 +.08 -.2 BB&T pfH N BBTpH 1.41 5.4 27.33 24.95 15 26.25 105 26.32 26.06 +.11 -2.8tBBVABFrn N BFR .25e 2.6 27.45 9.60 644 9.50 2778 10.30 9.15 -.39 -62.3 BBX Cap n N BBX .03 .4 9 10.17 6.20 164 7.46 1039 7.64 7.38 -.08 -6.4 BCB Bc Q BCBP .56 3.8 16 16.10 12.05 36 14.85 199 15.10 14.80 +2.4 BCE g N BCE 3.02 49.06 40.19 374 41.02 2666 41.72 40.92 -.52 -14.6 BFC Cp pf Q BANFP 1.80 6.6 33.54 26.05 0 27.22 1 27.47 27.14 -.10 -1.1 BG Staffing A BGSF 1.20 4.3 32 29.59 14.26 181 27.69 633 29.40 27.07 -1.38 +73.7 BGC Ptrs Q BGCP .72 6.1 16.97 10.39 1217 11.87 10726 11.91 11.51 +.33 -21.4 BGCPtrs 42 N BGCA 2.03 8.0 26.73 25.25 20 25.46 69 25.47 25.40 +.06 -1.7 BHP BillLt N BHP 1.66e 3.4 52.62 39.92 1778 48.46 10988 48.68 47.24 +.54 +5.4 BHPBil plc N BBL 1.66e 3.9 47.92 34.96 943 42.81 5939 43.05 41.35 +.85 +6.2 BIO-key n Q BKYI 3.64 1.20 13 1.70 103 2.12 1.56 -.09 -4.0sBJsRest Q BJRI .44 .6 30 73.05 28.00 427 74.70 2595 74.85 66.40 +7.95 +105.2 BMC Stock Q BMCH 25 25.70 17.10 306 22.70 1826 23.15 22.40 +.25 -10.3 BOK Q BOKF 2.00f 2.0 17 107.00 77.10 78 101.53 813 102.48 99.26 +1.75 +10.0 BOK 56 n Q BOKFL 1.34 5.3 26.09 24.47 5 25.08 40 25.22 24.92 +.12 -2.1 BOS Ltd Q BOSC 2.97 1.53 74 2.35 335 2.55 2.21 -.15 +7.2 BP MidPt n N BPMP 23.00 16.83 143 20.38 430 21.06 19.91 -.25 -.9 BP PLC N BP 2.38 5.5 23 47.83 33.90 7164 43.42 31284 43.70 42.16 +1.51 +3.3 BP Pru N BPT 3.60e 12.4 5 31.80 18.65 147 29.10 745 29.86 28.85 +.15 +44.8 BRF SA N BRFS 15.50 4.65 1329 4.80 8123 5.14 4.71 -.38 -57.4 BRT N BRT .80f 6.2 11 14.20 7.63 19 13.00 130 13.41 12.92 -.09 +10.3 BSB Bcp Q BLMT 19 36.50 27.25 16 32.95 104 33.70 32.85 -.15 +12.6 BT Grp s N BT .99e 6.8 19.79 13.53 414 14.49 2576 14.87 14.46 -.03 -20.5 BWX Tech N BWXT .64 1.0 32 72.18 52.94 357 63.18 2345 64.68 62.53 +.20 +4.4 B&W Ent n N BW 7.66 1.30 492 1.40 2715 1.48 1.35 -.04 -75.4 BabShDHi N BGH 1.84 9.5 20.83 18.35 82 19.28 379 19.76 19.19 -.5sBadgerMtr s N BMI .60f 1.1 55 55.45 41.00 39 54.70 465 55.45 52.70 +2.10 +14.4 Baidu Q BIDU 8 284.22 207.74 2812 224.36 13270 226.37 218.93 +1.69 -4.2 BakHuGE n N BHGE .72f 2.2 38.10 25.53 1728 32.78 14798 32.92 31.33 +1.77 +3.6sBalchem Q BCPC .42f .4 46 105.30 70.23 65 105.95 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5.14 4.98 +.06 -22.6 BcoSBrasil N BSBR .29e 3.5 5 12.11 7.20 1173 8.27 9232 8.87 8.17 -.55 -14.5 BcSanChile N BSAC .85e 2.8 35.09 26.41 379 30.88 1407 31.00 30.45 +.20 -1.2 BcoChile N BCH 2.12e 2.4 104.17 77.86 37 89.02 218 90.26 87.03 -.61 -5.7 Bancorp34 n Q BCTF 1.25e 17.25 14.00 1 16.20 10 16.25 15.65 +.55 +9.8 BncpBnk lf Q TBBK 12.00 7.54 211 9.82 731 9.90 9.53 +.20 -.6 BcpSouth N BXS .68f 2.0 35.55 27.20 573 34.50 3623 35.40 34.25 -.05 +9.7 Bcp NJ A BKJ .24b 1.4 21 17.95 14.43 15 16.95 45 17.10 16.90 -.10 -2.5 BancrftFd A BCV 1.16e 5.2 24.19 19.66 14 22.47 63 22.59 22.29 +.07 +3.3sBandwith n Q BAND 37 45.22 18.05 279 45.13 844 45.22 43.84 +.38 +95.2 BankOZK Q OZK .80f 2.0 12 53.70 38.43 476 40.55 2688 41.73 40.37 -.24 -16.3 BkofAm N BAC .60f 1.9 16 33.05 22.75 43576 30.89 214410 31.25 30.65 +.15 +4.6 BkAML pfJ N BMLpJ 1.02 4.2 25.09 22.64 3 24.53 16 24.77 24.39 +.01 +5.0 BkAm pfE N BACpE 1.02 5.0 24.99 23.03 3 24.14 33 24.22 24.05 +.00 +1.3 BkAm pfL N BACpL 72.50 5.6 1352.71 1187.95 2 1295.70 30 1303.85 1288.00 +2.52 -1.8 BkAm pfW N BACpW 1.66 6.4 27.53 25.82 56 25.88 389 25.93 25.83 -4.7 BkAm pfY N BACpY 1.63 6.2 27.39 25.82 29 26.19 579 26.19 26.08 +.09 -3.1 BkAm pfA N BACpA 27.51 25.25 195 26.00 598 26.03 25.90 +.04 -4.4 BkAm pfC N BACpC 27.83 25.41 68 26.28 243 26.28 26.07 +.20 -4.2 BkAML pfL N BMLpL 1.02 4.3 24.47 22.14 20 23.66 259 23.97 23.66 -.24 +.7 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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BkAML pfH N BMLpH .77 3.5 22.80 20.09 45 22.08 138 22.18 22.00 -.08 +2.2 BkAML pfG N BMLpG .77 3.5 22.83 20.31 1 22.11 25 22.25 22.04 +.01 +2.1 Bk of But n N NTB 1.28 2.4 17 53.63 31.36 116 52.44 735 53.61 52.19 -.99 +44.5 BkCmcCA Q BOCH .16 1.3 16 13.21 10.00 24 12.75 187 13.20 12.65 +10.9 BkHawaii N BOH 2.40 2.9 18 89.09 74.72 97 83.77 635 85.89 83.34 -.16 -2.3 BankMarin Q BMRC 1.28f 1.4 24 90.85 62.38 10 89.30 51 89.85 86.80 +2.00 +31.3 BkMont g N BMO 3.84e 84.71 71.37 372 81.45 2394 82.13 80.84 +.39 +1.8 BkMont36 n Q BMLP 3.43e 6.5 53.32 43.00 0 53.04 1 53.04 52.97 +1.16 +11.1 BkNYMel N BK 1.12f 2.1 13 58.99 49.39 2834 52.56 17633 52.81 51.64 +.87 -2.4 BkNYM pfC N BKpC 1.30 5.1 26.39 23.75 17 25.41 182 25.42 25.25 +.12 +1.1 BkNova g N BNS 3.28f 9 66.78 55.85 417 59.74 2823 60.03 59.28 +.45 -7.4 BkPrince n Q BPRN 35.45 29.43 12 33.27 38 33.94 32.91 +.14 -3.1 BankSC Q BKSC .60 3.0 19 22.50 15.77 3 20.10 14 20.83 20.05 +.15 +14.5 BkofJames Q BOTJ .24 1.5 16 18.00 13.87 1 15.97 3 16.00 15.67 +.30 +7.0 BankFncl Q BFIN .36f 2.2 24 18.62 14.79 31 16.14 157 16.37 15.96 +.14 +5.2 BankUtd N BKU .84 2.1 13 44.97 30.37 303 40.01 2213 41.13 39.93 -.41 -1.7 BankwellF Q BWFG .48 1.5 15 37.95 30.11 2 31.18 31 31.40 30.99 -.30 -9.2sBanner Cp Q BANR 1.40a 2.1 20 67.11 52.20 168 65.42 808 67.11 65.39 -.71 +18.7 Baozun n Q BZUN 67.41 25.74 1786 53.66 9431 57.51 51.22 +2.96 +70.0 BarHarbr s A BHB .80f 2.7 20 32.48 25.09 13 30.12 88 30.25 29.67 +.24 +11.5 Br iPthCrd N OILB 74.18 46.29 2 70.74 10 71.28 67.25 +3.55 +19.6 BarcSPVeq N VQT 181.89 146.53 0 169.45 4 171.57 168.28 +2.01 +7.0 BarSelMLP N ATMP 1.17e 5.3 22.97 17.78 268 22.20 943 22.64 22.06 +.30 +7.0 BiP Cmdty N DJP 25.80 22.07 215 23.20 1450 23.35 23.01 +.01 -5.0 BarcGsci36 N GSP 17.81 12.94 8 16.65 39 16.75 16.15 +.43 +7.1 BrcEnEu n N FLEU 180.26 132.92 0 142.96 55 143.35 139.12 +10.04 -10.2 BiP Cocoa N NIB 35.77 21.73 40 27.49 242 27.66 24.63 +2.76 +20.4 BarcBk prD N BCSpD 2.03 7.6 27.24 25.76 58 26.67 468 26.73 26.55 +.07 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2965 3.31 14605 3.44 2.79 +.53 +10.3 BeacnRfg Q BECN 21 66.48 35.04 519 38.46 6224 40.87 38.01 -.20 -39.7 BeasleyB Q BBGI .20 3.0 2 14.40 6.00 161 6.65 342 7.00 6.50 -.05 -50.4 BeazerHm N BZH 14 23.24 12.19 439 12.66 2930 13.97 12.63 -.18 -34.1sBectDck N BDX 3.00 1.2 254.99 191.53 448 255.40 2881 255.80 249.04 +2.28 +19.3sBectDk pfA N BDXA 64.86 54.18 13 64.41 407 64.95 62.80 +.57 +11.2 BedBath Q BBBY .64 3.4 7 29.63 16.52 3400 18.96 15405 18.98 17.96 +.57 -13.8 BeiGene n Q BGNE 220.10 65.67 143 171.63 1090 172.91 156.94 +14.31 +75.6 BelFuse A Q BELFA .24 1.0 25 29.90 15.24 24.40 9 25.79 23.50 +2.15 +11.8 BelFuseB Q BELFB .28 1.0 27 33.45 17.10 16 27.70 124 27.90 25.65 +1.55 +10.0 Belden N BDC .20 .3 14 87.15 53.65 313 73.49 1898 73.76 68.50 +4.06 -4.8 Belden pfB N BDCpB 114.45 74.97 5 97.83 455 98.03 92.43 +4.35 -5.1 Belltrx g rs N BXE 1 3.10 .84 17 .98 308 1.01 .91 +.07 -43.0 Belleroph n Q BLPH 3.30 .47 417 .83 6035 .96 .81 +.05 -67.6 BellicumP Q BLCM 13.30 5.02 352 6.98 1753 7.04 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4998 13.12 12.02 +.57 -9.3 BldBear N BBW 20 10.45 7.25 77 8.75 434 8.90 8.35 +.35 -4.9 BldrFstSrc Q BLDR 14 23.28 14.39 1389 16.10 5223 17.31 15.76 -.99 -26.1 BungeLt N BG 2.00 3.1 28 83.20 61.28 1425 64.18 11567 64.45 62.50 +1.64 -4.3sBurlStrs N BURL 36 172.65 83.90 759 167.47 3736 172.65 164.19 +2.48 +36.1 BusinFst n Q BFST .32 1.2 42 30.00 23.10 4 25.98 24 26.00 25.30 +.47 +2.9 BylineBc n N BY 24.80 19.02 33 24.06 283 24.20 23.29 +.21 +4.7C -:C&F Fnc Q CFFI 1.44f 2.2 21 67.40 45.28 15 66.00 60 66.45 61.70 +3.95 +13.8 C&J Eng n N CJ 36.57 21.22 374 23.80 2390 24.43 22.78 +.75 -28.9 CTrkMH23 N MLPC .89e 5.7 16.87 12.85 0 15.62 3 15.69 15.62 +.13 +2.6 CA Inc Q CA 1.02 2.3 22 44.25 31.45 8401 43.94 21732 44.08 43.48 +.31 +32.0 CAE Inc g N CAE .36 21.70 15.66 88 19.97 701 20.60 19.83 -.13 +7.6 CAI Intl N CAI 7 40.11 19.35 161 25.53 578 25.70 23.54 +1.63 -9.9 CAS Med Q CASM 2.70 .59 73 2.28 553 2.43 1.97 +.17 +196.1 CASI Phr h Q CASI 8.89 .93 270 7.34 1123 8.20 7.29 -.29 +125.8 CB FnSvcs Q CBFV .88 2.7 22 36.95 26.50 4 32.15 22 32.45 31.25 -.10 +7.2 CBAK En h Q CBAK 2.35 .49 27 .62 105 .69 .58 -.03 -57.8 CBIZ Inc N CBZ 27 24.00 14.35 195 23.55 1107 23.75 23.25 +.45 +52.4 CBL Asc N CBL .80 17.5 2 9.10 3.80 1471 4.56 9647 4.71 4.44 -.03 -19.4 CBL pfD N CBLpD 1.84 10.1 24.96 16.30 138 18.20 376 18.41 18.15 -.04 -16.7 CBL pfE N CBLpE 1.66 10.1 25.08 15.06 39 16.40 194 16.57 16.30 -25.6 CBOE Glb Q CBOE 1.24f 1.2 42 138.54 91.10 1148 102.61 4722 102.75 96.82 +6.84 -17.6 CBRE GRE N IGR .60 8.0 8.05 7.17 140 7.48 861 7.52 7.45 +.01 -5.6 CBRE Grp N CBRE .20 .4 18 50.43 35.00 997 47.56 6403 48.29 47.26 +.02 +9.8 CBS A N CBS/A .72f 1.4 16 66.61 47.98 3 53.33 11 54.42 53.24 -.38 -10.8 CBS B N CBS .72 1.4 12 65.94 47.54 1150 53.10 7537 54.29 52.69 -.12 -10.0 CBTX Inc n Q CBTX .20 .5 38.71 27.00 93 37.29 555 37.89 36.15 -.04 +25.7 CCA Inds A CAW 14 3.75 2.44 0 2.85 3 2.85 2.75 -9.5 CDK Globl Q CDK .60 1.0 24 76.04 59.84 847 61.23 5464 62.16 60.92 -.62 -14.1 CDW Corp Q CDW .84 1.0 30 88.36 58.57 714 86.79 4575 87.20 84.85 +1.02 +24.9 CEVA Inc Q CEVA 31 51.80 26.10 112 30.15 604 30.30 27.70 +1.45 -34.7 CF Inds s N CF 1.20 2.4 50.54 28.47 1367 49.95 12073 50.04 47.78 +2.43 +17.4 CGG rs N CGG 1 7.50 1.88 10 2.72 80 2.99 2.70 +.00 -39.1 CGI g N GIB 66.31 49.41 152 65.23 612 65.61 64.53 -.06 +20.1 CH Robins Q CHRW 1.84 1.9 29 100.18 66.14 484 96.50 4010 98.80 96.27 -.64 +8.3 CHF Sol rs Q CHFS 24.45 .93 264 1.17 1853 1.33 1.02 +.10 -66.2 CHS Inc pf Q CHSCP 2.00 6.6 31.47 28.89 6 30.17 42 30.17 29.75 +.40 +.1 CHS pfB Q CHSCO 1.97 6.8 29.83 27.78 12 28.98 50 29.00 28.67 +.37 +.6 CHS pfB2 Q CHSCN 1.78 6.3 29.99 26.16 9 28.10 47 29.00 27.79 +.37 +2.7 CHS pfB3 Q CHSCM 1.69 6.3 28.75 25.56 14 26.80 96 27.09 26.59 -.05 +1.2 CHS pfB4 Q CHSCL 1.88 6.7 29.81 27.15 20 28.10 105 28.10 27.56 +.45 -.2 CIM CmTr Q CMCT .50a 3.2 42 20.45 11.75 2 15.50 14 15.50 15.25 +.30 -18.8 CIT Grp N CIT .64 1.2 21 56.14 43.25 832 54.76 3086 55.48 53.87 +.72 +11.2 CKE Inc N CK CKX Lands A CKX .12m 1.1 44 12.00 9.60 10.52 6 10.52 10.25 +.45 +3.3 CLPS Inc n Q CLPS 17.35 4.70 91 13.82 680 14.38 12.36 +1.01 +150.8 CM Finan Q CMFN 1.00 11.0 7 10.20 7.40 33 9.10 103 9.20 8.98 -.05 +11.7 CM Fin23 n Q CMFNL 25.90 25.01 3 25.75 36 25.85 25.49 +2.7 CM SevSt n Q CMSS 11.00 9.59 1 9.97 16 9.98 9.95 +3.3 CM SevSt rt Q CMSSR .65 .01 0 .58 11 .59 .58 +.03 +81.3 CME Grp Q CME 2.80a 1.7 37 174.36 123.88 909 169.32 5801 170.49 166.40 -.06 +15.9 CMS Eng N CMS 1.43 2.9 30 50.83 40.48 1320 49.36 9177 50.05 48.84 -.53 +4.4 CNA Fn N CNA 1.40f 3.1 12 55.62 44.27 424 44.66 1113 45.99 44.31 -.92 -15.8 CNBFnPA Q CCNE .68f 2.1 17 32.86 23.82 11 31.72 73 32.03 30.85 +.45 +20.9 CNH Indl N CNHI .14e 1.2 15.65 10.09 1084 11.77 6045 11.86 11.52 +.17 -12.2 CNO Fincl N CNO .40 1.8 14 26.47 18.65 368 21.77 2714 22.18 21.51 -.01 -11.8 CNOOC N CEO 4.92e 2.9 185.72 114.30 155 172.04 530 172.94 156.22 +17.46 +19.8 CNX Midst N CNXM 1.34 6.5 12 21.05 15.25 74 20.61 379 20.95 20.26 +.16 +22.9 CNX Resc N CNX .04 .3 18.37 11.69 1850 15.91 8865 16.02 15.07 +.72 +8.7 ConslCoal n N CCR 2.05f 11.4 18.40 13.15 23 18.00 142 18.20 16.95 +1.00 +15.0 CONSOL n N CEIX 11 48.12 19.51 127 41.51 862 43.50 41.05 -1.20 +5.1tCPFL Eng N CPL .12e 1.1 17.69 10.41 26 10.57 115 10.99 10.41 -.42 -8.1 CPI Aero A CVU 13 11.75 7.60 12 8.70 52 9.10 8.55 -.30 -2.8 CPI Crd rs Q PMTS 7.80 1.93 30 2.54 90 2.59 2.36 +.16 -30.8 CPS Tech Q CPSH 24 2.20 1.04 10 1.41 35 1.54 1.41 -.09 -15.1 CRA Intl Q CRAI .68 1.2 27 58.74 35.32 46 57.00 208 57.40 55.68 +.21 +26.8sCRH Med A CRHM 4.25 1.46 76 4.05 542 4.25 3.92 +.10 +52.8 CRH N CRH .72e 2.1 39.32 31.38 803 33.70 3041 33.90 32.65 +1.19 -6.6 CRISPR n Q CRSP 73.90 16.16 547 48.42 2871 52.10 47.72 -.25 +106.2 CSG Sys Q CSGS .84 2.3 23 48.82 36.38 151 37.02 771 38.27 36.61 -.91 -15.5 CSI Comp Q CCLP .75 12.5 8.05 4.41 51 6.00 371 6.17 5.91 +.02 +9.7 CsopChiA50 N AFTY 1.17e 7.9 20.51 13.83 9 14.87 26 14.87 14.25 +.51 -15.5 Csop ChInt N CNHX 31.99 24.65 24.65 -15.4 CSP Inc Q CSPI .60f 5.0 26 18.89 8.75 26 11.95 46 12.13 11.15 +.26 -24.4 CSS Inds N CSS .80 5.4 30.29 13.56 26 14.92 144 15.27 14.70 -.05 -46.4sCSW Ind n Q CSWI 39 57.20 39.05 154 56.05 412 57.20 55.05 +.40 +22.0sCSX Q CSX .88 1.2 11 75.14 48.11 4292 74.65 23572 75.14 73.68 +.96 +35.7tCTI BioP rs Q CTIC 5.36 1.75 317 1.72 1660 1.89 1.70 -.11 -35.8 CTI Inds Q CTIB 5.09 3.25 1 3.95 3 4.07 3.82 -.01 -2.9 CTS N CTS .16 .5 29 39.20 21.55 178 34.85 616 35.90 34.55 +.30 +35.3 CUI Glbl Q CUI 4.35 2.14 16 2.19 121 2.35 2.18 -.10 -20.4sCURO Gp n N CURO 62 30.35 13.50 90 30.46 605 30.50 28.50 +2.12 +116.3 CVB Fncl Q CVBF .56 2.3 21 25.49 19.58 541 24.57 3512 24.97 24.33 +.07 +4.3 CVD Eqp Q CVV 15 13.50 5.25 19 5.87 97 5.89 5.50 +.15 -49.5 CVR Engy N CVI 3.00f 7.8 47.67 17.60 556 38.48 3327 38.96 35.76 +2.81 +3.3 CVR Ptrs N UAN .71e 19.1 4.20 2.58 89 3.72 814 3.79 3.52 +.18 +13.4 CVR Rfng N CVRR 2.95e 19 26.00 7.05 469 21.85 2615 22.20 18.75 +3.20 +32.0 CVS Health N CVS 2.00 2.7 13 84.00 60.14 5500 74.08 26496 74.90 73.14 +.40 +2.2 CabGS flt34 N GYB .83 3.7 23.49 21.60 2 22.40 205 22.50 22.21 +.01 -2.6tCabcoJCP97 N PFH 1.91 20.8 17.65 8.74 8 9.19 126 10.10 8.74 -.89 -37.7 CabAT&T34 N GYC .83 3.7 24.00 21.30 3 22.70 7 22.93 22.52 -.26 +.6sCableOne n N CABO 8.00f 1.0 41 813.01 597.40 46 806.79 187 815.13 784.15 +20.75 +14.7 Cabot N CBT 1.32 2.0 16 68.63 51.37 342 65.48 1496 66.03 64.67 +1.00 +6.3 CabotMicro Q CCMP 1.60 1.4 34 123.76 68.20 186 112.52 1100 112.84 106.25 +3.53 +19.6 CabotO&G N COG .24 1.0 46 29.57 21.71 2714 24.15 21758 24.76 23.48 +.55 -15.6sCACI N CACI 17 194.95 121.60 84 193.60 671 194.95 187.25 +6.40 +46.3 Cactus n N WHD 37.50 19.18 387 33.47 1795 33.83 32.40 +.66 +65.3 CadencB n N CADE .60f 2.1 28 31.44 20.00 1001 28.43 4045 28.94 28.02 -.03 +4.8 Cadence Q CDNS 47 46.99 35.49 885 46.82 5679 46.94 44.83 +1.64 +12.0 Cadiz h Q CDZI 14.75 9.65 75 12.80 606 12.85 12.50 +.05 -10.2 CaesarStne Q CSTE .44e 2.3 40 30.45 12.50 326 18.90 1288 19.40 17.50 +1.50 -14.1 CaesarsEnt Q CZR 14.50 8.55 7435 10.35 47936 10.55 9.88 +.35 -18.2 CafePress Q PRSS 2.30 1.12 6 1.32 21 1.38 1.27 -.00 -28.5 Cal-Maine Q CALM 2.52e 5.0 23 52.30 34.03 157 50.10 1512 50.73 49.25 +.50 +12.7 Caladriu rs Q CLBS 11.65 2.63 23 4.98 80 5.34 4.90 +.03 +41.9 CalaCvHi Q CHY 1.20 9.2 13.15 10.60 116 13.08 678 13.08 12.88 +.19 +10.4sCalaCvOp Q CHI 1.14 9.1 12.55 10.01 90 12.55 763 12.58 12.34 +.21 +12.2 CalaCv&Inc Q CCD 2.00 9.0 22.79 18.15 51 22.27 239 22.31 22.00 +.24 +11.0 CalaGDyIn Q CHW .84 9.3 9.87 8.52 122 9.07 558 9.14 8.98 +.08 -.1 CalaGTR Q CGO 1.20 7.9 16.34 13.06 15 15.26 107 15.27 14.79 +.36 +1.3sCalaStrTR Q CSQ .99 7.4 13.35 11.00 280 13.37 1542 13.41 13.15 +.14 +10.7 CalAmp Q CAMP 30 25.45 17.52 381 23.09 1761 23.72 22.89 -.33 +7.7sCalavoGr h Q CVGW .95f .9 47 105.55 65.85 93 105.50 546 106.00 99.91 +4.68 +25.0 CaledoMn n A CMCL .28 4.2 9.94 5.17 40 6.73 119 7.35 6.54 -.42 -8.9sCaleres N CAL .28 .7 17 39.13 22.39 249 37.40 1360 39.13 36.43 +1.00 +11.7 CalifRes rs N CRC 48.85 6.47 1275 35.78 8800 36.15 28.95 +6.51 +84.1 CalifWtr N CWT .75 1.8 29 46.15 35.25 178 41.10 1036 41.80 40.85 +.05 -9.4 Calithera Q CALA 18.35 4.05 263 4.75 1463 4.95 4.40 +.25 -43.1 Calix N CALX 8.00 4.65 132 7.60 981 7.65 6.95 +.70 +27.7 CallGolf N ELY .04 .2 49 23.60 12.91 1291 23.08 5460 23.13 22.25 +.56 +65.7 CallonPet N CPE 23 14.65 9.34 2508 11.35 16660 11.46 10.65 +.60 -6.6 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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sCallon pfA N CPEpA 5.00 9.6 53.15 47.11 0 52.10 23 53.15 52.10 -.61 +1.6 CalumetSp Q CLMT 9.95 6.10 201 7.05 1133 7.10 6.65 +.28 -8.4 Calyxt n Q CLXT 31.89 12.15 46 17.32 384 17.76 16.90 -.35 -21.4 CambrE rs A CEI .40 .08 .10 -19.7sCambLrn Q ABCD 1.36 9.9 44 13.98 5.06 207 13.74 929 13.98 13.00 +.66 +141.9 Cambrex N CBM 25 67.75 42.55 184 64.45 1294 65.00 62.35 +1.00 +34.3 CambriaYld N SYLD .49e 1.2 41.00 33.28 13 40.24 39 40.86 39.93 +.33 +4.8 CambFgnY N FYLD .75e 3.0 27.94 23.06 3 25.35 10 25.75 24.96 +.26 -3.9 CambGblV N GVAL .54e 2.3 28.50 22.85 25 23.50 135 23.50 23.05 +.39 -8.2 CamGblMo N GMOM .56e 2.1 29.42 25.60 4 26.95 39 27.00 26.50 +.47 -1.6 CambGlAss A GAA .55e 2.0 28.60 26.41 49 26.88 80 27.00 26.65 +.23 -2.2 CambrEmS N EYLD 38.25 31.10 1 31.46 10 32.33 31.13 -.57 -9.3 CambEq n N CCOR 26.18 24.00 3 25.47 16 25.50 25.22 -.12 -1.4 CambTail n N TAIL 24.66 20.34 2 20.58 188 20.69 20.48 +.08 -8.9 CamValMom N VAMO 28.07 23.10 9 26.42 34 26.75 26.08 +.35 +5.9 CambrBc n Q CATC 2.00f 2.2 95.06 70.00 4 89.62 16 92.89 89.03 -1.73 +12.3 CamdnN s Q CAC 1.20 2.6 23 47.86 37.10 23 45.98 152 46.75 44.77 +.81 +9.1 CamdenPT N CPT 3.08 3.3 25 96.39 78.19 557 94.49 1926 95.37 93.31 -.41 +2.6 Cameco g N CCJ .40 12.19 7.68 1047 10.30 7791 10.50 10.13 -.06 +11.6 CampSp N CPB 1.40 3.4 13 54.37 32.63 1864 40.68 13432 42.55 40.26 -1.36 -15.4 CampWrl n N CWH .54 2.6 47.62 18.16 1237 20.49 6854 21.15 19.50 +.72 -54.2sCamtek h Q CAMT .56 5.4 16 11.11 4.17 270 10.42 2597 11.11 9.88 +.07 +82.2 Can-Fite A CANF 13 2.75 1.12 37 1.27 202 1.28 1.16 +.08 -14.2 CdaGoose n N GOOS 68.75 16.96 580 56.50 3920 57.11 50.98 +5.65 +79.0 CIBC g N CM 4.49e 8 100.01 83.02 341 94.10 2495 94.35 92.88 +.96 -3.4 CdnNR gs N CNI 1.82f 90.57 70.59 466 87.92 3741 90.25 87.12 -1.12 +6.6 CdnNRs gs N CNQ 1.34 38.20 29.20 1432 34.90 7435 35.55 33.98 +.75 -2.3sCP Rwy g N CP 2.60f 206.96 150.91 338 204.11 1739 206.96 200.74 +2.31 +11.7 CdnSolar Q CSIQ 5 19.09 11.37 1278 13.86 3723 13.95 12.97 +.75 -17.8 CancrGen h Q CGIX 3.75 .82 299 1.05 636 1.15 1.00 -.01 -43.2 CannaeHl n N CNNE 21.34 16.16 365 19.67 1481 19.85 19.00 +.30 +15.5 Canon N CAJ 40.67 31.23 95 31.52 1175 31.81 31.51 -.31 -15.7 CantelMed N CMD .17e .2 40 130.92 74.78 268 93.74 1034 97.93 91.96 -2.51 -8.9 CantbryPk Q CPHC .28 1.8 23 17.72 11.15 1 15.25 5 15.28 14.85 +.35 -6.2 CpStarFn n Q CSTR .04p 51 22.22 16.80 12 17.68 64 17.98 17.63 +.02 -14.9 CapCtyBk Q CCBG .36 1.4 21 26.50 19.76 10 24.86 54 25.27 24.58 -.11 +8.4 CapOne N COF 1.60 1.6 16 106.50 76.98 1028 99.46 8234 101.18 98.96 +.29 -.1 CapOne pfC N COFpC 1.56 6.0 26.79 25.49 24 25.92 211 26.04 25.82 -1.0 CapOne pfD N COFpD 1.68 6.4 27.43 25.82 48 26.12 350 26.17 26.02 +.03 -2.6 CapOne pfF N COFpF 1.55 5.9 27.31 25.49 28 26.22 165 26.26 26.06 +.05 -3.0 CapOne pfB N COFpP 1.50 5.9 25.80 24.91 16 25.48 134 25.48 25.32 +.15 +.7 CpOne pf H N COFpH 27.19 25.12 24 25.91 130 25.95 25.78 +.15 -3.8 CapOne pfG N COFpG 25.55 23.25 48 24.90 229 24.90 24.76 +.13 -.5 CapProd Q CPLP .32 10.6 17 3.71 2.98 237 3.03 1751 3.07 3.01 +.01 -9.8 CapSenL N CSU 16.72 7.18 480 8.19 2259 9.10 7.25 +.67 -39.3sCapSwst Q CSWC 1.16a 6.1 19 19.47 14.85 32 19.07 114 19.47 18.61 +.44 +15.2 CapitalaF Q CPTA 1.00 11.5 12 10.00 6.88 40 8.70 498 8.78 8.60 +.08 +19.5 Capitala22 Q CPTAL 1.50 6.0 25.97 24.13 2 25.18 10 25.28 25.02 -.02 -.1 CapFedFn Q CFFN .34a 2.5 22 15.11 12.19 247 13.47 1265 13.59 13.31 +.09 +.4 CapInv n N CIC 10.10 9.60 2 9.87 117 9.87 9.84 +.03 +2.0 Capricor Q CAPR 4.25 .96 79 1.10 390 1.14 1.02 +.06 -30.4 CapsteadM N CMO .64 7.7 13 9.98 8.01 459 8.34 1923 8.45 8.30 -.04 -3.6 Capstd pfE N CMOpE 1.88 7.5 25.85 24.62 17 25.17 88 25.37 25.17 +.07 -.7 CpstnTur rs Q CPST 1.90 .58 581 1.12 2723 1.23 1.09 -.08 +45.5 CarGurus n Q CARG 56.17 25.85 821 49.94 3581 51.00 48.61 -.06 +66.6 CaraThera Q CARA 22.29 11.11 412 18.42 2543 19.05 18.30 -.50 +50.5 CarboCer N CRR 12.69 6.10 159 8.64 1005 8.70 7.73 +.88 -15.1 CarbBlk n Q CBLK 35.00 19.76 411 23.59 1504 24.95 21.22 +1.92 -1.5sCarbonite Q CARB 41.80 18.55 242 41.35 1780 41.80 39.30 +1.95 +64.7 CardnlHlth N CAH 1.90 3.7 75.75 48.14 2588 51.83 14551 52.11 51.06 -.07 -15.4 CardiovSys Q CSII 39.50 20.58 164 38.32 891 39.43 37.11 +.76 +61.8 Cardlytc n Q CDLX 25.71 11.10 95 19.21 1128 20.88 17.85 -1.41 +43.7sCardtronic Q CATM 27 38.38 15.80 284 37.99 2503 39.10 35.84 +.82 +105.1 CareTrust Q CTRE .82 4.5 36 19.82 12.73 312 18.38 2214 18.50 18.05 +.26 +9.7 Care.com N CRCM 22.95 13.15 198 19.71 892 19.92 18.69 +.92 +9.3sCareDx h Q CDNA 20.54 1.81 861 21.20 3940 21.73 16.80 +3.92 +188.8 CareerEd Q CECO .30f 1.8 19.07 8.53 266 16.50 1770 16.96 16.26 -.13 +36.6sCarlisle N CSL 1.48 1.2 21 127.21 92.39 233 127.53 1156 127.84 124.89 +2.36 +12.2 CarlyleGp Q CG 1.38e 5.7 9 25.90 19.50 570 24.05 2573 24.25 23.25 +.70 +5.0 CarlGp pfA Q TCGP 1.47 6.1 25.85 23.17 29 24.08 235 24.18 23.91 +.07 -5.1 CarMax N KMX 20 81.67 57.05 734 75.49 4102 76.60 73.71 +1.86 +17.7 Carnival N CCL 2.00 3.3 14 72.70 56.45 2325 61.23 17257 62.13 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+.09 Citigp pfJ N CpJ 1.78 6.3 29.75 27.59 37 28.32 189 28.32 28.04 +.22 -1.8 Citigp pfK N CpK 1.72 6.2 29.38 26.85 69 27.90 322 27.95 27.58 +.26 -2.2 Citigrp pfS N CpS 1.58 6.0 27.40 25.44 51 26.43 199 26.43 26.22 +.19 -1.9 Citigrp pfL N CpL 1.72 6.7 27.12 25.48 15 25.84 81 25.84 25.73 +.08 -2.7 CitiusPh n Q CTXR 5.49 1.12 152 1.33 650 1.60 1.29 -.15 -65.0 Citiz&Nthn Q CZNC 1.08 3.8 21 28.99 22.00 13 28.63 54 28.73 27.11 +1.08 +19.3 CtzCmtyBc Q CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.25 13.00 1 14.00 7 14.17 13.85 +3.7 CitizFincl N CFG .52 1.3 11 48.23 31.51 3240 40.95 14273 41.57 40.56 +.26 -2.5 CitizFst Q CZFC .28e 1.1 16 26.83 20.25 26.20 4 26.53 26.20 +.04 +9.2 CitizHold Q CIZN .96 4.1 17 25.90 21.18 23.50 10 23.60 23.10 +.35 +1.7 CitizInc N CIA 8.70 6.67 330 8.28 530 8.44 7.58 +.68 +12.7 CitrixSy s Q CTXS 31 116.82 74.26 845 112.97 4868 113.12 110.45 +2.11 +28.4sCtyHld Q CHCO 1.84 2.2 23 83.27 59.33 22 81.92 176 83.27 80.92 +.31 +21.4 CityOffce g N CIO .94 10 13.93 10.03 160 12.97 1406 13.00 12.85 +.05 -.3 CityOff pfA N CIOpA 1.66 6.7 26.47 22.78 7 24.80 18 24.88 24.60 -.04 -1.5 Civeo N CVEO 4.64 1.61 240 3.94 1382 4.09 3.78 +.17 +44.3 CivistaBcsh Q CIVB .28 1.2 18 25.88 19.06 63 24.21 122 24.86 24.10 -.81 +10.0 Civista pf Q CIVBP 1.63 2.1 80.00 61.84 76.25 1 76.50 76.25 +.14 +3.1 CivitasSolu N CIVI 28 19.90 11.15 54 16.35 344 16.40 15.50 +.10 -4.4sClarus Q CLAR .03p 11.00 6.00 116 10.40 621 11.00 10.15 -.45 +32.5 ClaudeR g A CGR .18 ClayGSCn N GCE 1.43e 8.9 17.55 14.85 0 16.14 1 16.14 15.27 -.01 -3.1 CleanEngy Q CLNE 4.05 1.31 1018 2.88 5998 3.04 2.80 +.07 +41.9sCleanHarb N CLH 67.36 44.75 372 67.69 2085 67.76 63.42 +4.24 +24.9 ClearChan N CCO 5.35 3.60 167 4.70 730 4.90 4.60 +.05 +2.2 ClrBrEnTR N CTR 1.35e 11.5 13.18 9.50 55 11.77 442 12.14 11.66 +.11 +1.3 ClearOne Q CLRO .28 13.0 9.95 2.06 15 2.15 76 2.45 2.15 -.29 -76.0 ClrAllCGr n Q CACG 31.45 25.15 10 31.25 214 31.36 30.84 +.47 +12.2 ClrLgCap n N LRGE 33.55 26.78 33.20 4 33.20 33.00 +.31 +13.0 ClrDvStr n Q YLDE 29.07 25.67 28.87 4 28.88 28.87 +.38 +4.4 ClrbrgMLP N CBA .80m 9.8 9.58 6.53 236 8.13 884 8.43 8.08 +.04 -1.8 ClearEnFd N CEM 1.76f 11.8 17.36 12.10 171 14.90 791 15.47 14.83 +.05 -2.4 ClrbEOpFd N EMO 1.47e 12.5 13.36 9.56 68 11.76 545 12.19 11.62 +.13 -.3 Clearfield Q CLFD 30 15.30 10.35 33 13.40 85 13.55 12.80 +.55 +9.4 ClearsBio n Q CLSD 15.33 5.30 261 6.73 1084 6.90 6.49 -.04 -3.9 ClearSign Q CLIR 4.70 1.65 56 2.10 327 2.20 2.05 -.05 -41.7 ClearwPpr N CLW 16 50.60 21.55 285 28.75 1446 32.15 27.80 +.75 -36.7 ClemPhr n Q CMTA 20.15 8.10 102 9.49 491 10.45 9.08 -.27 -50.0tCleBio hrs Q CBLI 4.25 1.76 3 2.01 55 2.13 1.76 +.16 -50.0 ClevCliffs N CLF 7 11.44 5.60 6214 9.88 36279 10.09 9.59 +.02 +37.0 ClipRlty n N CLPR .38 12.64 7.62 66 11.90 308 12.27 11.40 -.24 +19.1 Clorox N CLX 3.84 2.6 24 150.40 113.57 727 145.67 4368 148.64 143.91 -1.86 -2.1 CloudPeak N CLD 5.70 2.22 519 2.47 2833 2.67 2.37 +.10 -44.5 Cloudera n N CLDR 22.43 12.57 1653 14.05 5154 14.06 13.43 +.46 -15.0 CloughGA A GLV 1.44 11.3 14.39 12.25 9 12.72 123 12.89 12.65 -.03 -4.6 CloughGEq A GLQ 1.38 9.2 15.09 12.71 34 15.00 137 15.08 14.69 +.36 +12.2 ClghGlbOp A GLO 1.20 10.6 11.67 10.40 100 11.27 589 11.40 11.22 +.05 +3.6 ClovisOnc Q CLVS 86.26 33.85 507 35.15 3278 37.27 34.46 -.10 -48.3 CoDiagn n Q CODX 6.85 1.45 29 3.13 109 3.38 2.90 -.14 +18.6 CoBizFncl Q COBZ .40 1.7 36 23.48 16.28 126 22.88 1479 23.04 22.32 +.47 +14.5 CoStar Q CSGP 89 446.96 255.41 93 434.47 673 439.38 426.22 +4.03 +46.3 CoastFn n Q CCB 16.75 15.50 17 16.07 71 16.25 15.90 -.07 -2.0 CoastwayB Q CWAY 75 27.95 19.55 1 27.85 25 27.85 27.75 +.05 +31.4 CCFemsa N KOF 1.75e 2.9 86.51 54.53 65 61.26 354 63.29 60.73 -1.27 -12.0 CocaBtl Q COKE 1.00 .6 43 230.00 125.08 71 169.60 381 176.00 168.39 -5.21 -21.2 CocaCola N KO 1.56 3.4 86 48.62 41.45 10720 45.63 56336 46.87 45.58 -.97 -.5 CocaCEur n N CCE 1.04 2.5 44.14 36.17 740 42.22 4788 42.85 41.67 -.24 +5.9 CocrystP n Q COCP 6.45 1.61 9 3.85 129 4.25 3.45 -.29 -16.4 CodaOct n Q CODA 8.44 3.28 5 4.25 70 4.40 4.16 +.05 -10.9 Codexis Q CDXS 16.80 5.10 331 16.30 1815 16.40 15.00 +1.25 +95.2 CdrsVlly Q CVLY .62b 2.0 16 33.46 22.82 11 31.20 51 31.40 30.29 -.16 +13.3tCoeur N CDE 51 9.87 5.29 3576 5.64 15917 5.78 5.29 +.02 -24.8 CoffeeH Q JVA 39 5.75 3.65 6 5.08 58 5.25 4.86 +.25 +19.3 CogentC Q CCOI 2.08f 3.9 57.65 35.75 166 53.65 759 53.85 52.05 +.95 +18.4 Cognex s Q CGNX .18 .3 39 72.99 39.90 922 51.68 3903 53.63 51.22 -.75 -15.5 CognizTch Q CTSH .80 1.1 24 85.10 69.24 2399 75.86 13057 76.00 74.55 +.50 +6.8 CohBar n Q CWBR 10.79 4.44 114 5.13 766 6.00 4.95 -.47 +3.2 Cohen n A COHN .80 8.3 12.00 7.50 0 9.60 15 10.39 9.16 -.14 +19.7 CohSClosed N FOF 1.04 7.9 13.52 11.60 43 13.12 323 13.32 13.03 -.01 -1.4 CohStGlbI N INB 1.12 11.8 10.44 9.05 48 9.51 367 9.72 9.44 -.01 -3.7 Cohen&Str N CNS 1.32 3.1 19 47.83 36.29 115 42.59 429 42.82 41.73 +.51 -9.9 CohStInfra N UTF 1.60 6.9 24.61 20.88 99 23.35 682 23.75 23.24 -.03 -2.7 C&SLtDP&I N LDP 1.87 7.5 27.25 24.72 47 24.92 241 24.99 24.74 +.32 -4.4 C&SIncEgy N MIE 1.32 12.1 11.40 8.86 69 10.87 416 11.05 10.79 +.06 +6.0 CohStQIR N RQI .96 7.7 12.93 10.55 190 12.46 1233 12.64 12.35 -1.5 CohStRE N RNP 1.48 7.4 21.98 17.91 95 19.96 640 20.04 19.80 +.17 -6.2 CohStSelPf N PSF 2.06 7.6 29.03 25.16 39 27.22 179 28.49 27.14 -.83 -3.6sCohenStTR N RFI .96 7.4 12.99 11.50 66 12.94 263 13.00 12.83 +.19 +1.3 Coherent Q COHR 26 329.00 145.66 215 183.40 1490 185.97 177.30 +2.22 -35.0 CoherusBio Q CHRS 19.60 8.05 207 18.90 1684 19.50 18.60 -.10 +114.8 Cohu Q COHU .24 .9 25 27.83 17.28 185 26.07 883 26.20 25.30 +.40 +18.8 Colfax N CFX 24 43.29 28.80 529 34.00 2918 34.26 32.74 +1.31 -14.2 ColgPalm N CL 1.68 2.5 23 77.91 61.28 2046 66.88 11663 67.89 66.34 -.62 -11.4 CollPlant n Q CLGN 8.99 4.70 14 5.85 34 5.92 5.24 +.18 -34.6 CllctUnv Q CLCT .70 5.2 10 30.82 13.00 37 13.41 180 13.67 13.01 +.26 -53.2 Collegium n Q COLL 29.90 9.01 316 16.72 1528 17.18 16.22 -.12 -9.4 Colliers Q CIGI .10 .1 28 83.80 46.60 23 81.15 91 81.65 79.20 +1.20 +34.5 ColonyBk Q CBAN .20 1.1 12 19.50 11.10 17.70 12 17.85 17.35 +.50 +21.2 ColonCap N CLNS 13.30 5.28 1178 6.08 7977 6.18 6.01 -.05 -46.7 ColCap pfB N CLNSpB 2.06 8.1 25.95 22.26 6 25.52 20 25.64 25.36 +.02 +.4 ColCap pfE N CLNSpE 2.19 8.5 27.45 23.86 12 25.89 50 25.95 25.87 -.05 -2.6 ColCap pfG N CLNSpG 1.88 7.7 26.68 22.49 3 24.34 12 24.42 24.28 +.02 -3.2 ColCap pfJ N CLNSpJ 24.84 21.48 24 23.58 120 23.67 23.41 +.03 -4.0 ColCap pfI N CLNSpI 1.79 7.6 25.75 21.81 10 23.61 79 23.74 23.45 -6.2 ColCap pfH N CLNSpH 1.78 7.5 25.89 21.61 19 23.72 50 23.79 23.68 +.01 -5.2 ColBnkg Q COLB 1.04 2.5 22 48.06 35.67 173 42.35 1063 43.61 42.22 -.11 -2.5 Col Sust n N ESGW 32.13 27.20 29.30 0 -2.9 Col SusInt n N ESGN 32.31 27.17 2 28.42 2 28.56 28.42 +.24 -7.0 Col SusUS n N ESGS 32.51 28.62 30.48 3 30.63 30.47 +.44 +3.0 ColumFn n Q CLBK 17.73 15.30 71 16.88 384 17.00 16.80 -.03 +9.5 Col Bey N BBRC .50e 2.8 20.47 16.95 3 18.01 6 18.11 17.70 +.47 -2.3 ColEmxChi N XCEM 30.22 24.42 1 25.51 5 25.51 24.91 +.40 -7.8 ColQualDv N HILO .32e 2.2 17.10 13.72 7 14.74 16 14.74 14.38 +.56 -7.2 Col EMCns N ECON .10e .4 29.87 22.59 176 23.45 724 23.56 23.09 +.35 -16.6 Col IndiaC N INCO .03e .1 51.06 41.41 5 47.90 48 48.00 47.19 +.42 -3.5 Col IndiaInf N INXX .10e .8 16.79 11.99 5 13.25 33 13.25 12.96 +.34 -16.5 Col IndSC N SCIN .17e 1.0 25.98 16.18 13 17.69 26 18.10 17.60 -.15 -24.5 ColumbPT N CXP .80 3.4 14 23.55 19.55 328 23.37 1754 23.52 22.92 -.06 +1.8 ColSelTec N STK .92a 4.3 24.58 20.09 49 21.59 376 21.70 21.20 +.16 -3.0 ColuSprtw Q COLM .88 1.0 31 95.58 54.89 201 90.49 990 92.55 89.93 -.38 +25.9 Colmbus Q CMCO .20 .5 45.85 30.43 61 41.98 511 42.15 39.77 +1.86 +5.0 comScore n Q SCOR 25.69 18.36 134 18.96 840 19.30 18.64 +.22 -22.5 Comcast s Q CMCSA .76 2.1 17 44.00 30.43 24501 36.50 70443 36.79 35.26 +.90 -8.5 Comerica N CMA 2.40f 2.4 17 102.66 64.04 1306 98.63 7339 100.64 98.32 -.60 +13.6 ComfrtS N FIX .34f .6 36 59.05 32.65 525 56.80 2144 57.60 55.75 +.95 +30.1 CommScpe Q COMM 31 41.60 26.29 784 30.88 5063 31.35 30.31 -18.4 ComndSec A MOC 3.55 1.20 24 1.80 76 1.87 1.71 -.03 -41.4sCmcBMO Q CBSH .94f 1.3 20 72.55 49.43 258 71.05 1425 72.55 70.73 -.07 +27.2 CmcBc pfB Q CBSHP 1.50 5.9 26.98 25.00 14 25.64 29 25.72 25.53 +.16 -2.7 CmclMtls N CMC .48 2.2 45 26.72 17.05 953 21.92 4531 22.56 21.49 +.48 +2.8 CmclVehcl Q CVGI 39 13.90 5.55 279 9.34 1009 9.64 8.98 +.10 -12.6 CommSys Q JCS .16 4.5 4.79 3.18 3 3.55 26 3.60 3.40 +.03 -.3sCmtyBkSy N CBU 1.52f 2.3 18 67.07 48.89 81 66.20 664 67.07 65.07 +.41 +23.2 CmtyBkTr Q ESXB 23 10.05 7.90 22 9.10 107 9.15 8.70 +.25 +11.7tCmtyFinCp Q TCFC .40 1.2 17 40.69 33.53 3 33.67 24 34.25 33.53 +.06 -12.1 CommuFt n Q CFBI 13.91 10.53 3 11.59 11 11.68 11.50 +.04 -.1 CmtyHlt N CYH 7.93 2.66 1132 3.56 10735 3.73 3.40 +.15 -16.4 CmtyHlt rt Q CYHHZ .04 .01 495 .02 3322 .03 .02 +242.9 CmtyHcT n N CHCT 1.61f 5.1 85 32.81 22.41 141 31.32 804 31.82 31.06 -.21 +11.5 CmtyTrBc Q CTBI 1.44f 2.9 16 53.00 40.33 26 49.70 203 51.20 49.46 -.40 +5.5 CmtyWest Q CWBC .20 1.7 18 12.97 10.10 3 12.00 16 12.30 11.90 +.05 +12.7 CommVlt Q CVLT 72.65 48.35 211 68.20 1218 68.40 64.25 +3.20 +29.9 CBD-Pao N CBD .08e .4 25.90 18.36 331 19.66 2233 20.60 19.35 -.79 -16.6 CompDivHd N CODI 1.44 8.1 18.35 14.60 78 17.70 351 17.75 17.55 +.05 +4.4 ComDivH pf N CODIpA 1.81 7.9 25.75 20.01 2 22.82 48 23.02 22.49 +.37 -7.5 CompssMn N CMP 2.88 4.5 22 76.65 56.50 169 63.70 1327 64.00 60.70 +2.55 -11.8 Compugn Q CGEN 5.00 2.25 211 3.60 662 3.70 3.35 +.10 +44.0 CmptrPr Q CPSI .40 1.5 51 34.65 25.15 74 27.25 419 27.65 27.00 +.15 -9.3 CmpTask Q CTG .24 4.0 9.62 4.90 18 6.02 90 6.35 5.82 +.07 +18.0 Compx A CIX .20 1.4 13 16.50 11.95 12 13.85 16 13.85 13.10 +.50 +4.1 CmstkH rs Q CHCI 6.58 1.20 8 2.81 101 3.03 2.71 -.02 +65.3 ComstkM rs A LODE 1.02 .15 170 .17 1684 .18 .16 +.02 -55.9 ComstkRs rs N CRK 12.32 4.01 310 9.36 1876 9.75 8.24 +.66 +10.6sComtech Q CMTL .40 1.1 29 36.51 17.11 120 36.52 567 36.57 34.89 +.84 +65.1 ConAgra N CAG .85 2.3 18 39.43 32.16 4246 36.85 25807 37.79 36.59 -.63 -2.2 ConatusPh Q CNAT 25 7.95 3.22 1517 5.20 2569 5.37 3.94 +1.24 +12.6 ConcertPh Q CNCE 30.71 13.57 109 15.66 424 16.12 15.33 -.27 -39.5 ConchoRes N CXO 21 163.11 106.73 2078 137.99 7647 138.77 133.22 +2.94 -8.1 ConcdMed N CCM 4.23 2.46 1 3.41 10 3.62 3.31 -.05 +2.4 CondHos rs A CDOR .78e 7.4 21 10.99 8.13 5 10.50 30 10.93 10.46 +5.5 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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sConduent n N CNDT 21.61 14.95 1025 21.66 5020 21.67 21.16 +.28 +34.0 Conformis n Q CFMS 4.17 .88 260 1.08 1004 1.09 .88 +.17 -54.6 ConiferH n Q CNFR 7.20 5.00 4 6.50 18 7.00 6.25 -.24 +12.1 Conmed Q CNMD .80 1.0 27 83.49 48.03 144 77.82 662 78.73 76.81 +.11 +52.7 Conns Q CONN 55 38.55 16.55 249 37.15 1410 37.95 33.70 +2.60 +4.5 ConnectOne Q CNOB .30 1.2 23 31.40 21.04 95 25.45 597 25.60 24.80 +.50 -1.2 ConnWtrSv Q CTWS 1.25 1.8 43 69.80 48.86 52 68.90 242 69.36 68.75 -.10 +20.0 ConocoPhil N COP 1.14f 1.6 58 73.76 42.27 4862 72.61 22706 73.56 69.68 +2.84 +32.3 ConsolCom Q CNSL 1.55 12.8 20.72 10.31 312 12.08 1922 12.26 11.85 +.01 -.9 ConEd N ED 2.86 3.6 16 89.70 71.12 908 79.45 7498 81.53 78.63 -1.72 -6.5 CnsTom A CTO .28f .4 7 67.97 53.25 5 63.10 51 65.71 62.81 -.95 -.6 ConsolWtr Q CWCO .34 2.5 40 15.35 11.20 33 13.55 159 14.18 13.50 -.25 +8.3 ConstAlph n Q CNAC 10.10 9.55 108 10.06 135 10.10 10.00 -.01 +3.2 ConstAl rt Q CNACR .95 .25 13 .53 24 .60 .41 -.07 +71.0 ConstellA N STZ 2.96f 1.4 16 236.62 195.96 2179 207.60 12477 208.71 199.09 +3.67 -9.2 ConstellB N STZ/B 2.68f 1.3 20 234.00 191.29 0 206.23 6 206.23 198.90 +2.82 -9.3 ConstPh n Q CNST 12.21 9.00 18 9.90 133 10.54 9.80 -.55 -13.9 Constellm N CSTM 14.10 9.08 597 11.75 2648 11.90 11.20 +.45 +5.4 ConstPrt n Q ROAD 14.06 10.31 60 11.97 313 12.21 11.50 -.07 -1.1 ConsuPtf Q CPSS 5 4.86 3.18 37 3.59 222 3.83 3.35 +.18 -13.5 CnE pfB N CMSpB 4.50 4.4 105.95 96.93 0 103.23 0 103.50 102.80 +.43 -.7 ContainStr N TCS 23 12.42 3.53 199 11.17 1063 11.54 10.94 -.11 +135.7 Contango A MCF 6.92 2.22 151 5.85 1516 6.23 5.71 -.17 +24.2sContlBldg N CBPX 22 39.60 21.40 492 37.70 1929 39.60 37.40 -1.20 +33.9 ContMatls A CUO 21.00 15.50 3 16.12 15 17.29 15.87 -1.03 -15.2 ContlRescs N CLR 56 69.91 32.08 1289 65.50 6299 66.20 62.66 +2.50 +23.7 ContraFect Q CFRX 2.93 .80 85 1.85 496 1.99 1.78 -.09 +83.2 ContraV rs Q CTRV 6.60 .61 41 .68 318 .72 .65 +.02 -76.3sControl4 Q CTRL 53 37.25 20.50 810 36.86 4843 37.30 31.68 +4.58 +23.9 ConvrgOn n Q CVON .08 .8 10.83 8.01 74 9.45 345 9.80 9.13 +.13 -5.3 Cnvrgys N CVG .44f 1.8 21 26.72 21.13 963 24.60 4711 24.70 24.47 +.08 +4.7 CoolHl rs Q AWSM 13.45 2.70 12 3.55 115 3.82 3.30 -.27 -50.6 CooperCo N COO .06 98 261.71 216.47 193 259.98 1215 261.18 254.74 +2.35 +19.3 CooperTire N CTB .42 1.4 36 40.78 22.58 378 29.50 2461 30.60 29.20 -.25 -16.5 CooperStd N CPS 15 146.78 98.15 74 138.78 415 142.79 137.96 +.67 +13.3tCopaHold N CPA 3.48 4.2 10 141.34 79.64 652 82.47 2484 86.99 79.64 -2.93 -38.5sCopart s Q CPRT 40 63.29 31.14 1147 62.73 5186 63.50 60.99 +1.75 +45.2tCopel N ELP .26e 5.5 9.69 4.80 490 4.72 2404 5.37 4.70 -.61 -38.1 CorbusPhm Q CRBP 9.96 4.50 284 5.00 1845 5.20 4.75 +.15 -29.6 Corcept Q CORT 13 25.96 11.55 1059 13.58 5452 13.89 12.77 +.66 -24.8 CoreLabs N CLB 2.20 1.9 63 130.34 86.55 220 113.95 1578 116.34 110.52 +3.88 +4.0 CoreMold A CMT .05 23.85 9.02 25 9.59 153 10.57 9.39 -.16 -55.8sCoreMrk s Q CORE .40 1.1 39 35.24 17.10 639 35.54 2559 35.69 33.19 +1.93 +12.5tCorePtLd n N CPLG 28.30 21.19 292 20.84 1791 22.86 20.78 -1.64 -25.3 Corecivic N CXW 1.72 6.9 15 27.50 18.61 430 24.98 2983 25.71 24.71 -.29 +11.0 CoreLogic N CLGX 22 55.79 42.00 215 50.64 1585 50.82 49.60 +.81 +9.6 CorEn pfA N CORRpA 1.84 7.3 26.93 24.50 23 25.13 60 25.20 25.06 -.01 -2.4 CorEnInf rs N CORR 3.00 7.9 16 39.46 31.50 22 38.12 249 38.44 37.68 -.11 -.2 CoreSite N COR 4.12f 3.6 43 120.85 89.76 192 115.58 1094 116.45 114.39 +.13 +1.5 Corindus n A CVRS 1.97 .66 498 1.03 2756 1.05 .91 +.11 +2.0 Corium Q CORI 13.93 7.17 484 9.51 1535 9.74 8.79 +.58 -1.0 CorMedix A CRMD .80 .17 1642 .42 11918 .46 .38 -.03 -16.5sCorOnDem Q CSOD 55.80 33.57 362 55.84 1925 56.37 53.09 +1.95 +58.1 CrnstTotR A CRF 3.35 23.6 16.22 13.42 159 14.20 1142 14.20 14.02 +.14 -7.1 CrnrstnStr A CLM 3.40 23.9 16.24 13.10 217 14.20 1490 14.21 14.07 +.10 -8.2 Corning N GLW .72 2.2 35.10 26.11 3211 33.00 17218 33.21 32.65 -.02 +3.2tCpBT JCP N JBN 1.75 17.6 16.49 9.70 8 9.94 76 10.25 9.70 -.35 -20.9 CorpCapT n N CCT 1.61 9.8 19.00 14.43 270 16.47 1404 16.67 16.26 -.01 +3.1 CorpOffP N OFC 1.10 3.6 16 33.81 24.55 442 30.38 2513 30.83 30.08 -.19 +4.0 Cort1Aon27 N KTN 2.05 6.7 35.11 30.06 0 30.50 2 30.65 30.46 -.23 -6.8tCortsJCP97 N KTP 1.91 18.6 17.27 9.80 39 10.29 384 11.30 9.80 -.77 -27.9tCortsJCP N JBR 1.75 17.7 16.24 9.50 10 9.91 40 10.55 9.50 -.36 -20.7 CortsPE N KTH 2.00 6.2 35.00 30.26 0 32.24 1 32.24 32.14 +.28 -.3 Corvel Q CRVL 33 61.20 46.45 25 60.15 144 60.95 58.55 +.85 +13.7 CorvusPh n Q CRVS 17.64 7.42 32 10.04 245 10.13 9.38 +.51 -3.1tCosan Ltd N CZZ .26e 3.9 11.89 6.58 1269 6.64 5763 7.13 6.58 -.30 -31.5 Costamre N CMRE .40 5.6 8.39 5.45 191 7.16 1022 7.29 6.99 +.18 +24.1 Costam pfB N CMREpB 1.91 7.8 27.43 22.95 4 24.51 14 24.59 24.10 +.32 -2.1 Costmr pfC N CMREpC 2.13 8.3 26.24 23.61 5 25.63 59 25.64 25.00 +.40 +.7 Costam pfD N CMREpD 2.19 8.3 26.89 24.96 6 26.41 26 26.43 25.86 +.50 +2.2sCostco Q COST 2.28 1.0 33 230.35 150.06 1453 231.28 8349 232.06 225.97 +5.60 +24.3sCotiviti n N COTV 44.76 30.84 640 44.74 2060 44.76 44.67 +.06 +38.9 Cott Cp N COT .24 1.6 17.78 14.06 942 15.27 4130 16.32 15.25 -.70 -8.3 Coty N COTY .50 4.2 21.68 10.73 10342 11.98 78685 12.59 10.97 -.24 -39.8 CountrP rs Q CPAH 7.30 1.92 22 2.27 298 2.30 1.96 +.22 -29.3 CountyBcp Q ICBK .28 1.1 13 33.94 24.66 3 25.05 16 25.56 24.66 -.03 -15.8sCoupaSft n Q COUP 70.62 29.31 484 71.00 2110 71.66 66.11 +3.83 +127.4 CousPrp N CUZ .26 2.8 14 9.88 8.23 1688 9.29 11537 9.50 9.19 -.15 +.4 CovantaH N CVA 1.00 5.7 18.05 13.50 728 17.60 2984 17.80 17.33 +.15 +4.1 Covenant Q CVTI 32 35.19 20.37 72 28.72 668 31.55 28.50 -1.53 CowenInc s Q COWN 41 18.25 11.63 285 15.15 1029 15.23 14.33 +.65 +11.0 Cowen27 n Q COWNZ 1.84 7.2 26.24 24.76 12 25.65 36 25.73 25.44 +.06 -.2sCowen33 n Q COWNL 1.94 7.6 25.37 24.87 9 25.44 79 25.44 25.15 +.29 +2.1 CrackerB Q CBRL 5.00f 3.3 16 179.12 141.75 272 151.14 1422 154.25 148.14 -.97 -4.9 CraftBrew Q BREW 33 21.00 16.70 134 19.45 669 19.65 18.63 +.40 +1.3 Crane N CR 1.40 1.5 29 102.65 71.33 332 90.61 1268 91.74 89.14 +1.22 +1.6 CrwfdA N CRD/A .28 3.3 61 9.95 6.78 9 8.54 50 8.75 8.34 +.19 +.5 CrwfdB N CRD/B .20 2.3 63 12.40 7.54 3 8.80 58 8.89 8.62 +.30 -8.5 Cray Inc Q CRAY 58 28.60 17.60 203 21.50 1182 21.75 20.90 -.15 -11.2 Credicp N BAP 8.57e 3.8 239.54 189.69 108 222.61 843 224.92 218.40 +.85 +7.3sCreditAcc Q CACC 21 467.26 256.27 95 449.98 613 467.26 442.74 +6.85 +39.1 CS EnEur50 N FIEU 153.69 109.31 123.75 1 124.00 121.48 +3.75 -9.8 CSVixST rs Q VIIX 23.85 10.84 188 12.17 756 12.47 11.99 -.29 +3.3sCS FILgCG N FLGE 284.33 181.57 2 286.39 11 286.66 278.97 +6.35 +25.6 CSSilvCC Q SLVO .57e 8.4 8.63 6.63 24 6.79 81 6.81 6.67 +.01 -14.1 CSGoldCvC Q GLDI .50e 6.1 9.48 7.90 15 8.20 127 8.21 8.06 +.16 -9.2 CSVS3xInSlv Q DSLV 36.07 20.03 201 32.86 619 35.25 32.39 -.10 +39.2 CSVS3xInG Q DGLD 60.61 37.83 183 55.81 519 59.09 55.37 -3.14 +27.9 CS VS3xGld Q UGLD 12.72 7.57 1236 8.19 3508 8.27 7.78 +.39 -26.5 CSVIVxMT Q ZIV 94.42 60.60 29 79.43 342 80.60 78.70 +.61 -10.4 CrSuisInco A CIK .26 8.4 3.46 3.11 109 3.16 422 3.17 3.13 +.03 -4.5 CrS Crd n Q USOI 2.44e 8.5 33.00 22.27 2 28.76 6 28.79 27.41 +1.55 +7.9 CS MthlMtg N REML 33.31 22.00 12 27.55 53 27.95 27.50 -.06 -10.0 CS SP mlp N MLPO 1.12e 7.9 15.36 13.92 14.09 200 -1.3 CS VSSilv Q USLV 14.96 6.29 4476 6.88 13363 6.97 6.43 -.01 -40.7 CredSuiss N CS 1.22e 8.2 19.98 14.37 1608 14.95 8089 15.15 14.82 +.14 -16.2 CrSuiHiY A DHY .29 11.0 2.89 2.56 243 2.62 1201 2.62 2.60 +.02 -7.7 Cree Inc Q CREE 51.78 20.50 783 46.69 9950 46.96 44.51 +1.24 +25.7 CrescPtE g N CPG .12 1.8 36 9.25 6.01 597 6.50 3939 6.58 6.21 +.28 -14.7sCrestEq rs N CEQP 2.40 6.0 39.90 22.15 385 39.95 2811 40.00 38.88 +1.10 +54.8 Cresud Q CRESY .45e 3.1 23.69 14.08 70 14.43 331 14.89 14.18 +.14 -34.7sCrinetic n Q CRNX 34.00 19.23 43 32.74 928 34.50 30.07 +.04 +33.6 Criteo SA Q CRTO 21 49.53 21.00 252 26.29 2535 27.07 25.91 -.73 +1.0sCrocs Q CROX 20.86 8.56 699 20.44 5379 20.86 18.73 +1.77 +61.7 CronosGp n Q CRON 10.39 5.12 35511 9.94 108473 10.10 6.63 +3.40 +30.4 CrossAmer N CAPL 2.10m 11.1 50 28.10 15.50 59 18.85 406 19.20 17.91 +.84 -20.6 CrssCtryHl Q CCRN 18 14.65 7.41 205 10.03 1257 10.22 9.57 +.46 -21.4sCrosTim N CRT 1.29e 8.3 15 15.97 12.99 26 15.60 100 15.97 15.02 +.18 +6.2 CrwnCstle N CCI 4.20 3.7 114.97 98.85 1479 112.43 10632 114.52 111.09 -1.43 +1.3 CrwnCst pfA N CCIpA 1.72 .2 1160.00 1023.93 3 1090.78 63 1113.52 1082.00 -3.72 -3.7 CrownCfts Q CRWS .32 5.6 18 7.54 5.20 4 5.70 43 5.85 5.60 -.10 -11.6 CrownHold N CCK 18 62.27 40.09 1447 42.20 8850 42.43 41.23 +1.08 -25.0sCryolife N CRY .12 .4 35.05 16.80 145 34.05 1032 35.05 31.70 +1.80 +77.8 CryoPort rs Q CYRX 16.88 6.02 220 14.01 892 14.29 12.65 +.96 +63.1 CrystalRk A CRVP 1.24 .69 .97 +16.3 Ctrip.com s Q CTRP 23 56.46 38.04 2525 39.34 16288 39.78 38.50 +.89 -10.8 CubeSmart N CUBE 1.20 3.9 28 33.18 23.46 611 30.66 5623 31.88 30.26 -1.09 +6.0 Cubic N CUB .27 .4 77.35 41.25 102 75.70 668 75.75 72.85 +1.20 +28.4 CueBioph n Q CUE 17.99 7.57 181 8.58 877 9.42 7.89 +.67 -26.2 CullenFr N CFR 2.68 2.4 20 121.66 81.09 173 112.73 976 114.86 112.33 -1.15 +19.1 CullnF pfA N CFRpA 1.34 5.3 25.62 24.11 3 25.30 22 25.30 25.12 +.18 +.7 Culp Inc N CULP .36 1.4 16 34.05 23.80 10 26.45 81 26.60 25.15 +1.15 -21.0 CumbldPh Q CPIX 7.96 5.50 12 5.84 39 6.44 5.50 +.34 -20.7 Cummins N CMI 4.56f 3.2 39 194.18 129.90 1265 140.99 7299 145.96 137.63 -1.22 -20.2tCuris rs Q CRIS 11.35 1.36 215 1.46 698 1.50 1.36 +.01 -58.3 CurAstla N FXA .62 .8 81.36 74.35 75.68 -3.0 CurtisWrt N CW .60 .5 28 143.38 93.23 188 132.85 1037 134.71 131.57 +.76 +9.0 Cush Jn37 n N PPLN 24.42 16.55 19.76 2 19.85 19.76 +.09 -1.0 CushTRet rs N SRV 1.08 8.8 13.05 10.00 7 12.29 98 12.38 12.08 +.14 +2.9 CushngRen N SZC 1.64 8.5 21.30 15.35 9 19.31 96 19.31 18.77 +.43 -4.9 CushRoy rs N SRF .48 5.2 10.10 7.81 7 9.27 63 9.35 9.18 +.09 -1.0 CustomBcp N CUBI 9 33.85 24.30 177 24.91 1081 25.68 24.42 +.24 -4.2 CustBc p C N CUBIpC .57p 27.32 26.05 0 26.34 8 26.39 26.31 -.02 -.8 CustBc pfD N CUBIpD 27.45 24.60 13 26.20 23 26.36 25.96 -1.7 CustBc pfE N CUBIpE 27.15 23.75 21 26.30 30 26.36 25.99 +.24 -.9 CustoBc pf F N CUBIpF 27.71 25.02 4 26.04 12 26.11 25.75 +.11 -.7 Cutera Q CUTR 34 56.05 30.70 162 33.55 717 35.30 33.20 -.55 -26.0 Cyanotch h Q CYAN 5.78 3.45 1 3.65 25 3.82 3.50 -.10 -6.6sCybrOpt Q CYBE 20.70 11.35 103 21.05 361 21.15 18.95 +1.15 +40.3sCyberArk Q CYBR 85 74.06 39.34 506 74.20 1888 74.69 70.95 +1.47 +79.3 Cyclacel pf Q CYCCP .60 9.6 8.75 5.71 6.25 0 6.25 6.25 -15.5 Cyclacel rs Q CYCC .15p 2.27 1.28 5 1.55 148 1.65 1.45 +.10 -10.9 CymaBay Q CBAY 15.59 5.91 324 12.60 1805 12.67 11.83 +.35 +37.0 CynergT n A CTEK 5.45 2.70 195 3.41 321 3.67 3.23 -.23 -15.8 CypressEn N CELP .84 10.2 15 8.50 5.50 20 8.20 98 8.25 7.65 +.29 +36.7 CypSemi Q CY .44 2.6 28 18.87 12.50 2816 16.78 19245 16.88 15.92 +.76 +10.1 Cyren Ltd Q CYRN 3.15 1.55 87 2.93 165 2.99 2.75 +.08 +17.0sCyrusOne Q CONE 1.84 2.7 67.89 43.49 703 67.87 2987 68.25 66.39 +1.34 +14.0 CytRx rs Q CYTR 3.65 1.05 61 1.05 715 1.11 1.05 -.05 -37.9 Cytokinetic Q CYTK 15.95 6.21 201 7.15 1023 7.50 7.00 -.05 -12.3 CytomX n Q CTMX 35.00 13.57 191 23.10 816 24.04 22.02 +.61 +9.4 CytoriTh rs Q CYTX 8.70 .32 1048 .52 18186 .75 .33 +.19 -82.8 Cytosorbnt Q CTSO 13.40 4.65 184 12.25 704 12.30 11.49 +.70 +88.5D -: DBV Tech Q DBVT 50.57 16.65 178 21.39 1183 21.99 18.92 +2.59 -13.0 DCP Mid N DCP 3.12 7.3 94 46.67 29.95 281 42.49 3364 43.81 41.44 -.92 +17.0 DDR Corp rs N DDR 9 33.79 12.50 680 14.55 5691 14.84 14.30 +.15 DDR pfJ N DDRpJ 1.63 6.5 25.55 21.38 2 25.05 11 25.09 24.85 +.10 -.3 DDR pfK N DDRpK 1.56 6.3 25.98 21.04 9 24.65 23 24.65 24.15 -.08 -4.0 DDR Cp pfA N DDRpA 26.89 22.40 2 25.69 27 25.74 25.34 +.05 -2.4 DFB Hlt n Q DFBH 9.80 9.60 2 9.75 241 9.80 9.75 -.01 +.5 DFB Hlt un Q DFBHU 10.25 10.00 10.25 90 +2.5 DGSE A DGSE 1.45 .63 2 .71 29 .72 .65 -.01 -23.7 DHI Grp N DHX 6 3.25 1.25 397 2.25 2037 2.35 1.95 +.15 +18.4 DHT Hldgs N DHT .20e 4.4 4.99 3.27 439 4.53 5566 4.59 4.13 +.38 +26.2 DLH Hldgs Q DLHC 55 6.83 5.00 2 5.45 14 5.59 5.27 +.09 -11.5 DMC Globl Q BOOM .08 .2 51.05 12.55 63 44.35 330 45.00 41.65 +2.60 +77.0 DNB Fncl Q DNBF .28 .8 15 37.15 30.00 3 34.30 10 35.00 34.10 +1.8 DNP Selct N DNP .78 7.0 11.57 9.71 270 11.07 1249 11.11 11.02 -.02 +2.5 DR Horton N DHI .50 1.1 17 53.32 34.95 2140 44.96 18768 46.91 44.38 +.58 -12.0 Drdgold N DRD .03e 1.4 4.11 2.02 68 2.13 323 2.19 2.02 -.01 -34.7 DSP Gp Q DSPG 13.95 11.30 49 12.90 305 13.00 12.05 +.75 +3.2 DSW Inc N DSW 1.00 3.7 28 29.27 15.14 1348 27.36 11205 28.19 26.50 +.87 +27.8 DTE N DTE 3.53 3.2 20 116.74 94.25 832 111.90 5292 113.87 110.67 -1.72 +2.2 DTEEn 62 N DTQ 1.31 5.3 25.49 23.59 9 24.59 31 24.83 24.37 +.20 -2.0 DTE En76 n N DTJ 1.34 5.4 26.04 23.99 18 24.67 107 24.70 24.51 +.17 -3.1 DTE En27 n N DTW 1.31 5.3 25.75 23.34 21 24.63 92 24.69 24.40 +.20 -4.2 DTE F76 n N DTY 1.50 5.6 27.90 25.37 33 26.92 54 26.93 26.37 +.52 +.6 DTE En un N DTV 58.42 48.68 12 53.39 251 53.91 52.85 -.35 -1.1 DTF TxF N DTF .84 6.4 14.67 13.01 10 13.22 103 13.35 13.12 +.07 -5.9 DXC Tch n N DXC .76f .8 100 93.28 71.66 1565 89.64 8477 90.39 86.60 +2.27 +9.2 DXP Ent Q DXPE 35 49.50 24.89 62 48.56 339 49.15 46.01 +2.16 +64.2 DailyJourn Q DJCO 250.95 202.22 3 239.20 5 242.00 230.80 +8.35 +3.9tDaktronics Q DAKT .28 3.8 32 10.86 7.46 365 7.44 2719 9.10 7.38 -1.40 -18.5 DanaInc N DAN .24 1.2 16 35.27 18.08 706 19.90 5623 20.43 19.57 -.10 -37.8 Danaher N DHR .64 .6 25 106.08 80.80 3335 100.15 12489 101.35 99.70 -.56 +7.9 Danaos N DAC 2 2.50 1.05 22 1.55 299 1.58 1.45 +6.9 DaqoNEn N DQ 4 72.50 23.67 394 36.66 2075 37.15 32.59 +1.53 -38.3sDarden N DRI 3.00f 2.6 24 114.68 76.27 971 114.33 4414 115.31 112.21 +.48 +19.1 DareBio rs Q DARE 3.60 .74 236 1.03 980 1.12 1.01 -.05 -52.4tDarioHlth Q DRIO 3.64 .89 38 1.14 228 1.14 .89 +.10 -28.8 DarlingIng N DAR 26 20.96 15.56 661 20.37 3784 20.50 19.98 +.43 +12.4 DasanZ rs Q DZSI 11.75 6.04 14 10.01 89 10.33 9.88 -.06 +8.1 Daseke n Q DSKE 14.52 8.04 141 8.91 1509 9.78 8.78 +.13 -37.6 Data IO Q DAIO 16 16.49 4.88 187 5.54 474 5.99 5.27 +.18 -54.0 Datawatch Q DWCH 14.20 7.70 54 12.95 576 13.40 12.03 +.60 +36.3 DaveBuster Q PLAY 20 61.30 37.85 1341 57.45 3844 58.05 53.89 +2.60 +4.1 DavidsT g n Q DTEA 5.45 2.25 12 2.85 31 2.95 2.75 +.05 -26.9 DavSelFn n Q DFNL 25.62 21.15 5 25.00 111 25.07 24.75 +.23 +4.4 DavSelEq n Q DUSA 25.60 20.76 15 25.45 50 25.53 25.17 +.27 +8.8 DavSelW n Q DWLD 28.88 22.64 23 26.26 186 26.44 26.06 +.26 +.1 DaVita Inc N DVA 18 80.71 52.51 872 72.83 5828 73.04 71.07 +.34 +.8 DawsonGeo Q DWSN .05p 8.40 3.62 35 5.94 150 6.07 5.70 +.12 +25.5 Daxor A DXR .15 2.9 21.66 3.40 6 5.20 106 5.53 4.42 +.90 +13.7tDeanFoods N DF .36 4.7 55 12.09 7.69 1523 7.63 9623 8.25 7.57 -.57 -34.0 Deciphera n Q DCPH 45.61 15.15 92 35.47 698 36.86 33.57 +.51 +56.5sDeckrsOut N DECK 123.33 61.37 407 118.04 2267 123.33 117.25 -1.50 +47.1 Deere N DE 2.76f 1.9 25 175.26 114.53 1945 144.76 10168 144.85 139.74 +4.17 -7.5 DelFriscos Q DFRG 18.85 7.90 289 9.70 1299 10.30 9.50 -.20 -36.4 DelTaco Q 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34.49 +.32 -25.8 Disney N DIS 1.68 1.5 16 117.90 96.20 5049 111.93 25272 113.00 111.44 -.55 +4.1 Diversicre Q DVCR .22 3.7 16 12.25 5.98 4 6.00 36 6.66 6.00 -.80 -40.1 DivrsRst h Q SAUC 2 2.34 .85 71 1.18 558 1.21 1.05 +.11 -26.3 Div&Inco N DNI 1.63 13.1 14.25 12.08 16 12.42 237 12.48 12.34 +.09 -7.5tDixieGrp Q DXYN 4.35 1.40 64 1.40 224 1.65 1.40 -.10 -63.6 DrReddy N RDY .29e .8 39.96 28.13 170 34.97 1054 35.16 33.79 +1.14 -6.9sDocuSign n Q DOCU 66.80 37.00 1126 65.54 6052 67.21 57.90 +6.86 +65.0 DocuSec rs A DSS 3.16 .56 17 1.25 79 1.29 1.23 -30.6 DgssInt A n Q DOGZ 6.40 2.50 21 2.87 34 3.26 2.71 -.12 -51.4 DolbyLab N DLB .64 .9 74 74.29 48.00 644 71.43 2199 71.50 68.29 +2.41 +15.2sDollarGen N DG 1.16f 1.1 18 109.05 70.30 1520 108.01 10383 109.05 106.70 +1.63 +16.1 DollarTree Q DLTR 13 116.65 73.74 1906 93.46 15213 96.00 92.50 -2.15 -12.9tDolphEnt hn Q DLPN 5.77 2.35 4 2.65 187 2.95 2.35 -.30 -26.4 DolphE wt h Q DLPNW .80 .36 .41 -25.5 DomMidst N DM 1.34f 8.0 12 34.85 12.55 537 16.70 3971 16.90 15.85 +.75 -45.2 DomEngy N D 3.34 4.7 15 85.30 61.53 1423 71.64 10742 72.10 70.91 -.11 -11.6 DomRes un N DCUD 53.58 42.50 6 47.34 230 47.60 46.90 -.05 -8.4 DomRs76 n N DRUA 25.85 23.04 48 24.61 216 24.78 24.49 +.04 -3.8sDominos N DPZ 2.20f .7 47 295.24 166.74 671 297.95 2155 300.34 281.84 +12.91 +57.7 Domo B n Q DOMO 28.86 15.79 150 20.00 1521 20.72 17.31 +2.00 -26.7 Domtar g N UFS 1.74 3.4 19 52.58 38.92 492 51.21 2581 51.43 50.29 +.68 +3.4 Donaldson N DCI .76f 1.5 26 52.20 42.59 351 49.34 1394 49.43 48.64 +.80 +.8 DonegalA Q DGICA .57 3.8 26 18.25 13.28 24 15.06 123 15.08 14.08 +.73 -12.9 DonegalB Q DGICB .50 3.6 27 15.91 12.71 1 13.80 5 14.70 13.45 -.60 -9.3 DonlleyRR rs N RRD .12m 2.3 6 10.68 4.48 447 5.22 4304 5.25 5.05 +.20 -43.9 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 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-.48 -5.1 DryShips s Q DRYS .14e 1 6.90 1.84 899 4.84 3515 5.02 4.34 +.48 +37.1 DuPnt pfA N DDpA 3.50 4.1 96.65 82.01 0 85.45 1 86.70 85.00 -.02 -7.5 DuPnt pfB N DDpB 4.50 4.4 110.00 100.00 0 102.80 3 102.80 101.80 -.20 -5.1 Ducomun N DCO 25 40.68 25.06 33 39.08 169 40.17 38.55 -.30 +37.4 Df&PGblUt N DPG 1.40 9.1 16.75 13.50 106 15.44 484 15.74 15.30 +.06 -.5 DufPUC N DUC .60 7.0 9.31 8.40 22 8.52 128 8.55 8.48 +.02 -3.7 DukeEngy N DUK 3.71f 4.6 18 91.78 71.96 2297 81.41 13016 82.57 80.54 -.87 -3.2 DukeEn 73 N DUKH 1.28 5.1 26.31 23.71 22 25.20 68 25.34 25.16 -.02 -.6 DukeRlty N DRE .80 2.8 22 30.14 24.30 1948 28.20 15160 29.05 27.79 -.74 +3.6sDuluthH n Q DLTH 42 29.79 15.13 120 28.27 855 29.79 27.00 -.06 +58.4 DunBrad N DNB 2.09 1.5 21 144.00 105.42 503 142.67 4059 143.23 141.91 +1.22 +20.5 Dunkin Q DNKN 1.39 1.9 30 73.49 50.89 293 71.43 1871 72.95 71.20 -.52 +10.8 DurectCp Q DRRX 2.55 .75 171 1.29 1821 1.34 1.23 -.02 +39.9 Dycom N DY 18 123.99 67.15 547 76.47 2730 79.78 75.51 -.74 -31.4 Dynagas N DLNG 1.00 11.4 14.45 7.51 37 8.81 204 9.08 8.75 +.06 -18.9 Dynags pfA N DLNGpA 2.25 8.7 26.97 25.09 2 25.76 16 25.79 25.60 +.16 -1.0 Dynasil Q DYSL 8 2.06 1.13 6 1.35 59 1.43 1.33 +14.4 Dynatronic Q DYNT 3.55 2.10 0 2.90 57 2.90 2.60 +.16 +.6tDynavaxT Q DVAX 24.45 12.08 429 13.20 3648 13.60 12.08 +.60 -29.4 DynexCap N DX .72 11.3 15 7.41 6.02 175 6.39 1227 6.46 6.37 -.04 -8.8 Dynex pfA N DXpA 2.13 8.3 26.00 25.04 3 25.68 7 25.81 25.47 -.09 +.7 Dynex pfB N DXpB 1.91 7.7 25.16 23.25 2 24.71 15 24.77 24.63 -.03 -.2E -:ETracBDC N BDCS 1.84e 8.9 22.24 18.72 16 20.69 43 20.90 20.69 -.11 -.3 ETrAlerNG N MLPG 1.86e 7.2 26.25 19.00 0 25.69 5 25.79 25.35 +.39 +6.7 E-TrAlerInf N MLPI 1.88e 7.4 26.53 20.31 1080 25.44 1911 25.76 25.20 +.14 +5.2 ETBbgCmd N DJCI 17.00 13.42 1 15.36 24 15.46 14.66 -.02 -4.2 ETrAlerian N AMU 1.45e 7.8 19.18 14.59 18 18.50 95 18.73 18.40 +.09 +6.8 E-TrFood N FUD 19.41 15.98 16.11 1 16.52 16.11 -.18 -10.5tE-TracAg N UAG 20.00 15.84 15.98 1 16.15 15.84 -.69 -10.2 ETr2xBDC N BDCL 3.52e 21.8 18.58 13.13 23 16.17 184 16.32 16.05 +.02 -1.7 E-TrcCmci N UCI 16.37 12.85 4 14.90 22 14.94 14.64 +.20 -3.2tE-TrcGld N UBG 35.00 29.72 30.00 2 30.00 29.72 +.08 -9.1 E-Trade Q ETFC 21 66.46 39.32 1928 58.80 15266 61.55 58.02 -2.39 +18.6 eBay s Q EBAY 16 46.99 32.86 5411 34.53 45889 34.89 33.93 +.52 -8.5 eBay56 n Q EBAYL 1.50 5.7 27.35 25.00 32 26.20 166 26.38 26.11 -.04 -2.7 ECA MTrI N ECT .26e 13.8 5 2.50 1.45 39 1.90 197 1.99 1.85 +.01 -11.6 EDAP TMS Q EDAP 4.25 2.07 29 3.11 233 3.16 3.03 +.01 +8.4 eHealth Q EHTH 32.96 13.61 57 29.93 634 31.29 28.78 -.10 +72.3 ELF Inc n N ELF 23.85 9.30 829 12.62 3630 12.80 11.69 +.95 -43.4 EMC Inc s Q EMCI .88 3.4 18 32.19 24.51 9 25.95 46 26.47 25.70 +.19 -9.6 EMCOR N EME .32 .4 24 85.08 62.15 231 80.20 1535 81.37 77.85 +2.26 -1.9 EMX Roy g A EMX 1.47 .67 26 1.15 235 1.19 1.06 +.02 +38.4 ENDRA n Q NDRA 5.88 1.55 11 2.58 181 2.73 2.41 -.12 -46.9 ENGlobal Q ENG 4 1.47 .73 11 1.01 53 1.06 1.00 -.01 +16.1 ENI N E 1.29e 3.4 40.15 30.81 137 38.01 622 38.21 36.57 +1.80 +14.5 EOG Rescs N EOG .88f .7 131.60 81.99 2147 117.46 15648 118.99 114.63 +2.69 +8.8 EP Energy N EPE 3.54 1.27 1467 1.69 8997 1.86 1.41 +.26 -28.4sEPAM Sys N EPAM 72 140.85 77.96 220 141.00 1773 141.03 134.91 +6.01 +31.2 EPR Prop N EPR 3.84 5.5 18 72.32 51.87 235 69.45 1396 70.60 69.01 -.85 +6.1 EPR pfC N EPRpC 1.44 5.1 28.96 23.38 28.24 51 28.61 28.18 -.23 +4.9 EPR pfE N EPRpE 2.25 6.3 37.19 33.48 0 35.99 145 35.99 35.79 +.12 -2.3 EPR Pr pfG N EPRpG 1.44 6.0 25.23 21.60 6 24.17 41 24.23 23.65 +.54 -3.4 EQT Corp N EQT .12 .2 66.03 43.70 1238 51.15 14779 52.00 49.31 +1.62 -10.1 EQT GP n N EQGP 1.03e 4.7 11 30.74 21.05 95 21.92 656 22.83 21.60 -.48 -18.5 EQT Mid N EQM 4.36f 7.7 11 77.97 48.91 359 56.82 3166 57.25 54.64 +2.14 -22.3 ESSA Bcp Q ESSA .36 2.2 24 16.80 14.16 10 16.11 44 16.50 15.88 +.13 +2.8 ETF SITRis N RISE 25.18 22.59 15 24.57 35 24.70 24.56 -.14 +3.4 ETF JrSil N SILJ 13.81 8.64 32 9.18 227 9.30 8.71 +.21 -19.1sETF Cyber N HACK 39.67 28.50 469 39.91 1729 39.93 38.00 +1.77 +26.1sETF MobP N IPAY 41.68 31.10 86 41.85 576 41.86 40.79 +1.11 +19.9 ETF M AlH N MJ 39.72 25.10 860 32.33 2517 32.35 27.46 +5.10 +10.6 ETF M Vid N GAMR 55.00 42.84 107 47.56 188 47.66 45.50 +1.94 -.8 ETF Drone N IFLY 38.00 33.54 2 36.70 19 37.00 36.14 +.95 -1.8sETF AIPw n N AIEQ 29.50 24.03 118 29.59 351 29.62 29.03 +.50 +14.3 BlStIsrTc n N ITEQ 36.64 30.11 10 36.18 40 36.18 35.11 +1.05 +14.4sETF Clim N ETHO 37.61 30.39 4 37.39 15 37.61 36.86 +.71 +10.0sETFAlpAlt N ALFA 50.40 40.12 1 50.57 9 50.65 49.31 +1.20 +18.1 ChngFnDvr N CHGX 20.37 18.02 1 20.31 23 20.32 20.20 +.27 +8.4 ETF EmM n N EEMD 28.41 22.73 10 23.23 15 23.23 22.93 +.17 -11.2 ETF spx H n N SPDV 28.19 25.00 8 27.90 51 28.01 27.74 +.19 +6.7 ETF AptF n N FTVA 30.36 24.74 3 29.33 50 29.73 29.11 +.23 +8.1 ETF GOP n N MAGA 29.82 24.92 0 28.40 9 28.51 28.11 +.15 +1.8sNtDUSEq ef N MXDU 29.55 25.93 1 29.39 3 29.80 29.15 +.32 +3.6 NtRkBsInt ef N RBIN 27.90 25.38 0 26.00 0 26.00 25.79 +.60 -5.3sRsBsUSE ef N RBUS 27.38 24.83 1 27.76 1 29.53 27.76 +.38 +2.1sETF RvCp n N RVRS 16.89 14.84 3 16.81 23 16.89 16.65 +.10 +5.7 ETF BrVl n N BVAL 16.70 14.46 8 16.04 13 16.11 16.04 +.04 +1.0 ETFDeepV N DVP .66e 1.8 37.26 27.75 7 35.78 58 36.59 35.69 +.27 +9.1 GlGoGld n N GOAU 14.13 10.41 14 10.89 53 11.05 10.53 +.13 -16.3 ETF OCIO n N OCIO 27.81 25.44 26.85 1 26.85 26.85 +.24 +.3sETF Seren N ICAN 29.65 25.49 0 29.47 4 29.65 29.42 +.13 +8.6 PremisCap N TCTL 31.57 27.98 0 31.18 9 31.18 30.91 +.36 +4.0 AptBehMo N BEMO 36.09 27.34 6 35.47 30 35.53 33.80 +1.78 +17.0 EtfAlphacln N ALFI 26.95 23.49 25.14 +.7 EtfLonCanc Q CNCR 32.32 21.75 7 24.74 73 24.89 23.90 +.68 +4.1 EtfAlpSmC Q SMCP 27.51 23.22 26.95 0 +3.3 EtfUSGblJ N JETS 34.75 27.69 9 31.84 157 32.45 31.27 +.68 -2.2sEtfDiaHVal N DHVW .99e 2.9 33.99 30.05 5 34.01 16 34.03 33.78 +.22 +1.8 EtfValidea Q VALX 30.43 26.38 0 29.83 2 30.03 29.69 +.35 +2.9 EtfInfcMLP N AMZA 2.08 26.1 9.44 6.55 1675 7.98 6284 8.08 7.93 -.06 -7.3 ETF BioPr n N BBP 46.80 37.33 1 43.82 8 44.46 42.95 +.44 +8.0 ETF ClinT n N BBC 36.25 25.88 9 33.56 79 33.69 31.76 +1.14 +18.0 InfrCpPfd N PFFR 26.27 23.61 0 24.92 5 24.95 24.79 +.08 -.5 EtfNwfMSec N NFLT 1.13e 4.7 25.95 23.87 5 24.24 60 24.32 24.15 -.03 -3.9 Etf VirtEM N EMEM 28.57 22.20 22.67 14 22.67 22.28 +.38 -13.5 IsectPsGr ef Q PMPT 28.26 25.08 27.47 +.9 ETF Virt n N CUMB 26.08 24.38 1 24.97 5 24.97 24.85 +.10 -2.0 ETF PrMtl N GLTR 68.06 56.32 36 58.37 148 58.58 57.29 +.70 -10.2 ETFS Com N BCI 25.95 18.58 13 23.44 125 23.55 23.25 +.02 -4.2 ETFS Comd N BCD 28.39 24.35 1 25.34 2 25.41 25.19 +.11 -1.6 ETFS EnCm N BEF 29.22 23.77 28.48 3 28.48 27.76 +.56 +12.2 ETFSGold N SGOL 132.10 113.30 24 116.40 142 116.69 114.36 +2.03 -7.7 ETF Pall N PALL 107.47 79.61 5 88.77 38 89.35 86.45 +2.27 -12.6 ETF Plat N PPLT 97.94 71.92 39 75.02 176 75.71 73.65 +.01 -15.2 EVO Pay n Q EVOP 24.63 19.00 172 22.03 654 23.40 20.40 +.38 +15.8 EXFO g Q EXFO 4.70 3.17 20 3.93 144 4.15 3.75 +.18 -9.8 eXp Wrld n Q EXPI 19.00 10.89 296 15.85 1008 16.72 15.14 -.05 +3.0 EagleBncp Q EGBN 14 69.80 46.20 43 54.30 329 55.50 53.45 +.20 -6.2tEagBcMT Q EBMT .36 1.9 16 21.95 16.85 2 18.95 19 19.30 16.85 +.20 -9.5 EagleBkS rs Q EGLE 6.14 4.18 250 5.16 1050 5.50 5.10 -.12 +15.2 EagleCGr A GRF .50e 2.3 8.59 7.16 1 7.93 19 8.27 7.86 -.05 -.1 EaglFnB n Q EFBI .96f 6.1 19.57 15.50 15.78 0 -2.4 EagleGrInc N EGIF 1.31 8.3 17.05 14.83 31 15.71 187 15.75 15.64 +.02 -5.3 EagleMat N EXP .40 .4 23 122.49 86.51 377 95.48 2263 96.82 93.83 +1.09 -15.7 EaglePhm Q EGRX 42 85.66 48.84 148 80.60 681 82.32 77.41 +2.46 +50.9 EaglePtCr N ECC .80 4.4 21.60 17.28 84 18.24 394 18.32 18.20 -.05 -3.0 EagleP pfA N ECCA 1.94 7.6 26.36 24.96 2 25.55 14 25.55 25.35 +.13 -1.1 EaglPt pfB N ECCB 1.94 7.4 26.60 25.50 0 26.39 13 26.55 26.39 -.01 +.3 EagleP27 n N ECCY 26.75 24.80 1 25.79 11 25.99 25.68 +.10 +1.5 Earthstone N ESTE 66 12.16 7.45 184 8.62 939 8.73 7.90 +.51 -18.9 EstWstBcp Q EWBC .92f 1.4 17 73.98 52.86 613 63.70 2892 66.00 63.60 -.90 +4.7 EastrAcq n Q EACQ 10.50 9.45 1 10.40 14 10.40 10.35 +.05 +3.0 EastGvP n N DEA 1.04 5.2 52 22.32 18.73 256 20.08 1994 20.56 19.83 -.37 -5.9 EasternCo Q EML .44 1.5 41 31.00 24.00 41 30.10 98 30.40 28.05 +1.80 +15.1sEastgrp N EGP 2.56 2.6 42 99.39 77.74 128 96.93 744 99.39 95.83 -2.04 +9.7 EastChem N EMN 2.24 2.3 13 112.45 82.58 670 98.99 4662 99.81 96.96 +1.30 +6.9 EastCh wt N EMN/WS .55 EKodak N KODK 13.28 2.75 189 3.10 1491 3.15 2.85 +.25 EastsDist n Q EAST 9.25 3.53 19 7.64 106 7.95 7.01 -.05 +89.6 Eaton N ETN 2.64 3.2 19 89.85 69.82 1107 81.68 10144 82.37 80.47 +.68 +3.4 EatVn 22 n N EFL 10.09 9.08 54 9.23 412 9.42 9.23 -.12 -.1 EatV HiIn21 N EHT .60 6.2 10.44 9.34 37 9.73 209 9.75 9.61 +.08 -2.7 EV GlInBu s Q EVGBC 100.02 49.99 100.02 1 100.02 100.02 +100.1 EV CAMu A EVM .68 6.7 12.50 10.15 98 10.28 366 10.42 10.17 -.03 -10.6 EVCAMu2 A EIA .62 5.7 13.00 10.55 29 10.82 53 10.85 10.70 +.03 -5.9 EVCAMu A CEV .71 6.2 12.87 11.23 31 11.42 132 11.53 11.36 -.03 -6.1 EatnVan N EV 1.24f 2.3 19 60.95 45.06 605 53.23 2009 53.81 52.96 +.15 -5.6 EV EnEq N EOI 1.04 6.4 16.46 13.18 114 16.18 503 16.23 15.93 +.42 +11.5 EV EEq2 N EOS 1.05 6.0 17.78 14.42 95 17.60 634 17.63 17.46 +.19 +15.6 EV FltRt N EFT .91 6.2 15.29 14.03 62 14.77 363 14.86 14.74 +.02 +3.1tEVFltRtIP N EFF 1.13 7.1 17.13 15.93 28 15.87 111 16.22 15.85 -.15 -2.7 EV LtdDur A EVV 1.22 9.5 14.10 12.47 196 12.79 1493 12.80 12.73 +.03 -6.3 EV MAMu A MAB .65 5.1 15.50 12.35 14 12.66 26 12.75 12.62 -.09 -4.2 EVMAMu A MMV .69 5.4 14.04 12.26 18 12.75 60 12.85 12.67 +.09 -2.7 EV MIMu A MIW .71 5.4 14.39 12.52 0 13.11 2 13.16 13.07 +.08 -2.6 EVMIMu A EMI .71 5.5 13.50 12.04 5 12.88 13 12.90 12.85 -.01 +.4 EVMuniBd A EIM .77 6.5 12.98 11.60 52 11.80 521 11.83 11.75 +.05 -5.7 EVMuni2 A EIV .70 5.8 12.95 11.47 14 11.92 71 12.02 11.87 +.05 -3.2 EVMunTT N ETX .85 4.3 21.20 18.81 20 19.80 79 19.96 19.70 +.07 -4.4 EV MuIT N EVN .85 7.0 13.09 11.39 82 12.07 484 12.13 11.86 +.22 -2.7 EV NMuOp N EOT 1.03 4.7 23.54 19.90 15 22.01 157 22.37 21.74 +.01 -2.3 EV NJMu A EMJ .75 6.2 13.49 11.51 1 12.16 20 12.21 12.12 +.07 -2.2 EVNJMu A EVJ .73 6.2 12.95 10.99 8 11.80 47 11.85 11.68 +.05 +.5 EVNYMu2 A NYH .69 6.4 13.64 10.48 19 10.67 50 10.67 10.53 +.08 -7.7 EV NYMu A ENX .72 6.3 13.34 11.01 47 11.38 197 11.50 11.20 +.20 -7.7 EVNYMu A EVY .74 6.1 13.56 11.84 10 12.10 68 12.18 12.02 +.05 -4.8 EV DivCrd s Q OKDCC 100.10 50.00 1 100.06 1 100.06 100.06 +.07 +99.9 EV OHMu A EIO .70 6.1 13.97 11.35 0 11.56 35 11.69 11.45 -.02 -9.0 EVOHMu A EVO .73 5.7 13.85 12.10 4 12.75 36 12.92 12.65 -.03 -2.1 EV PAMu A EIP .77 6.4 14.70 11.62 3 12.07 22 12.18 12.06 +.03 -3.0 EVPAMu A EVP .73 6.2 12.66 11.20 7 11.68 44 11.69 11.57 +.06 -4.2sEVRiskMgd N ETJ 1.12 11.3 9.95 8.74 129 9.86 779 9.95 9.80 +.02 +2.4 EV SrFlt N EFR .95 6.7 14.97 14.01 107 14.16 454 14.30 14.15 -.02 -1.9 EV SrInc N EVF .42 6.5 6.87 6.30 79 6.48 445 6.54 6.43 -.05 -.6 EVShDur N EVG 1.08 8.4 14.57 12.80 17 12.92 198 13.04 12.90 -10.0 EVTxABdO N EXD 1.16 12.8 11.98 8.94 23 9.04 222 9.16 8.99 -.08 -11.8sEV TxAd N EVT 1.74 7.2 24.62 21.36 67 24.25 441 24.62 24.18 -.06 +4.2 EV TxAG N ETG 1.23 7.0 18.45 16.06 72 17.68 362 17.85 17.60 +.12 +2.0 EV TxAOp N ETO 2.16 8.5 26.83 23.01 24 25.42 143 25.76 25.40 +.21 +.1 EV TxDiver N ETY 1.01 8.0 12.89 10.17 282 12.66 1342 12.78 12.62 +.07 +3.9 EVTxMGlo N EXG .98 10.2 9.84 8.02 563 9.57 2951 9.72 9.54 +.07 +2.0 EVTxBWIn N ETB 1.30 7.8 17.27 15.28 37 16.71 215 16.91 16.60 +.07 -.1 EVTxGBW N ETW 1.17 9.7 12.74 11.15 140 12.06 1148 12.38 12.06 -.08 +1.2sEVTxBWOp N ETV 1.33 8.2 16.39 14.19 169 16.17 1085 16.39 16.14 +.12 +5.2 Ebix Inc s Q EBIX .30 .4 25 89.10 56.40 185 78.45 873 80.90 75.10 +2.20 -1.0 Echelon rs Q ELON 8.92 4.07 5 8.42 86 8.44 8.35 +.07 +52.0 EchoGLog Q ECHO 80 34.84 13.25 162 33.40 1153 33.75 32.05 +1.15 +19.3 EchoStar Q SATS 12 62.29 43.33 118 48.86 809 49.42 47.95 +.54 -18.4 EclipseRs N ECR 24 2.79 1.23 508 1.68 3817 1.75 1.56 +.10 -30.0 tEco-Stim h Q ESES 1.62 .32 154 .40 360 .60 .32 -.08 -68.4 Ecolab N ECL 1.64 1.1 32 150.46 125.74 758 148.93 3069 149.32 146.45 +1.62 +11.0 EcologyEn Q EEI .40 3.0 14.45 10.25 0 13.45 3 13.70 13.45 -.25 +28.1 Ecopetrol N EC .16e .7 23.34 9.00 858 22.10 3683 22.38 20.55 +1.61 +51.1 Edenor N EDN 63.29 24.96 158 26.44 393 29.17 25.44 -2.06 -46.8 EdgeTher h Q EDGE 17.77 .81 119 .84 442 .90 .83 -.02 -91.0 Edgewater Q EDGW 7.30 4.25 7 5.07 15 5.10 5.00 +.07 -18.8 Edgewell N EPC 18 76.76 39.50 497 56.65 2551 59.16 54.86 -1.43 -4.6 EdisonInt N EIX 2.42 3.6 15 83.38 57.63 3034 67.44 11223 69.98 66.35 -2.44 +6.6 EditasM n Q EDIT 45.02 17.35 484 30.66 2696 32.07 29.28 +.80 -.2 EducRltTr N EDR 1.56 3.8 33 43.30 30.07 220 41.38 2843 41.44 41.31 -.01 +18.5sEducDev s Q EDUC 45 13.97 4.63 25 13.25 119 14.35 11.10 +2.18 +39.8 EdwLfSci s N EW 47 156.87 100.20 865 141.73 4366 142.48 138.73 +1.96 +25.7 eGain Q EGAN 19.05 1.65 267 13.85 1437 14.70 13.33 -.55 +163.8 EgaletCp Q EGLT 1.59 .26 196 .29 1082 .30 .28 -.00 -70.5 eHiCarSvc N EHIC 14.65 8.89 130 12.71 452 12.92 12.71 -.06 +9.9 EidosThr n Q EIDX 24.75 14.11 363 20.23 883 21.85 18.00 +2.08 -12.5 EigerBio rs Q EIGR 18.00 7.46 239 12.50 480 12.55 11.15 +.65 -10.4 8x8 Inc N EGHT 23.10 12.00 726 22.70 2885 23.10 22.10 +.20 +61.0 EksoBio n Q EKSO 4.77 1.02 466 2.53 3569 2.88 2.32 -.19 +18.8 ElPasoEl N EE 1.44 2.3 27 64.35 48.05 96 63.20 668 64.10 62.30 -.70 +14.2 ElPasE pf N EPpC 2.38 5.1 51.33 43.06 3 46.50 6 46.83 45.64 -.74 -4.6sElPolLoc h Q LOCO 12.75 9.05 115 12.50 1083 12.75 12.20 +26.3 ElbitIm rs Q EMITF 3.23 1.90 3 2.27 4 2.27 2.04 +.03 -20.1 ElbitSys Q ESLT 1.76 1.4 20 153.13 111.01 26 121.74 200 125.54 118.94 +5.06 -8.7 EldorGld g N EGO .02e 10 2.44 .80 4735 1.02 20956 1.03 .94 +.08 -28.7sEldorRsts Q ERI 65 49.40 22.10 930 49.75 6417 49.95 45.33 +3.80 +50.1 ElectSci Q ESIO 11 27.72 10.76 364 22.88 2269 23.59 22.54 -.01 +6.8 ElectroSen Q ELSE 31 5.24 3.32 0 3.70 6 3.71 3.57 +.08 -8.6 electCore n Q ECOR 20.25 12.85 94 14.39 377 15.92 13.16 +.83 -27.5 ElecVeh n Q SOLO 4.15 2.27 63 3.39 359 3.98 3.30 -.29 +41.3 Electrmed A ELMD 20 7.96 4.60 8 5.10 58 5.46 5.10 -.11 -16.0 ElectArts Q EA 29 151.26 99.63 3466 128.97 25060 129.50 124.66 +.96 +22.8 EFII lf Q EFII 43.89 25.28 292 34.75 2210 34.90 33.04 +.85 +17.7 ElevCr n N ELVT 11.27 5.90 252 9.70 1495 10.47 9.60 -.08 +28.8sEliLilly N LLY 2.25 2.1 106.38 73.69 3090 105.77 14624 106.38 104.15 +.22 +25.2 EllieMae N ELLI 73 116.90 79.71 312 104.46 1933 104.64 100.58 +1.81 +16.8sEllingtnF N EFC 1.76 10.6 10 16.66 14.12 81 16.66 280 16.72 16.35 +.19 +14.8 EllingtRM N EARN 1.48 12.5 15 14.95 10.23 70 11.84 559 11.89 11.59 +.25 -1.7 Ellomay A ELLO 11.09 7.50 3 8.91 4 9.00 8.30 +.13 -1.0 EllswthFd A ECF .80e 8.0 10.18 8.81 38 9.95 207 10.04 9.87 +.08 +5.7 Ellswt pfA A ECFpA 1.31 5.4 26.20 23.39 9 24.47 27 24.70 24.36 -.08 -2.6 ElmiraSB Q ESBK .92b 4.5 17 21.00 18.00 2 20.50 12 20.65 20.15 +5.3tEloxxPh n Q ELOX 24.60 10.65 39 15.06 621 15.30 10.65 +3.11 +32.1 EltekLtd rs Q ELTK 8.95 2.65 1 3.73 12 3.85 3.65 -.08 -8.6 eMagin A EMAN 2.30 1.23 107 1.50 367 1.65 1.45 -.15 -9.1 EAndinA N AKO/A .68e 3.2 28.25 19.23 7 21.20 11 21.22 19.47 +1.05 -20.0 EAndinB N AKO/B .74e 3.1 31.80 21.64 9 23.50 28 24.11 22.42 +.64 -19.7 Embraer N ERJ .13e .7 28.55 18.29 856 19.11 5248 20.15 18.75 -.57 -20.1sEmclaireF Q EMCF 1.12 2.9 19 38.30 26.75 0 38.10 16 38.30 36.94 +.61 +25.5 Emcore Q EMKR 1.50e 18 9.25 4.40 159 4.80 489 4.90 4.50 +.10 -25.6 EmerExp n N EEX .29 1.8 24.56 15.29 76 15.75 811 16.20 15.47 -.10 -22.6 EmergeES N EMES 2.68m 10.45 5.30 139 5.61 1092 5.79 5.45 +.06 -22.0sEmergBio N EBS 34 60.99 34.56 165 59.88 1022 61.03 58.90 +.61 +28.9sEmersonEl N EMR 1.94 2.6 24 76.78 57.47 2489 75.67 12022 76.78 75.00 +.81 +8.6 EmerR hs A MSN 1.89 1.07 10 1.45 65 1.47 1.44 +.01 -.7 EmmisC rs Q EMMS 1 5.84 2.44 2 4.99 20 5.10 4.98 +.01 +41.8 EmpirRst rs Q NYNY 30.98 11.85 11 13.00 81 13.85 12.00 -51.9 EmpOPES N ESBA .34 2.0 21.00 15.17 24 17.41 74 17.79 17.00 -.30 -15.8 EmpOP60 N OGCP .34 2.0 20.90 15.28 43 17.33 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.2 16 58.70 37.30 98 51.85 336 51.95 42.41 +1.55 +6.6 EndvSilv g N EXK 39 3.35 1.94 1362 2.33 3936 2.38 2.17 +.13 -2.5 Endo Intl Q ENDP 17.34 5.27 4079 15.54 18572 16.30 15.08 -.10 +100.5sEndocyte Q ECYT 18.40 1.17 1617 18.37 4711 18.46 17.25 +.43 +329.2tEndologix Q ELGX 6.72 2.34 611 2.43 3685 2.65 2.34 -.11 -54.6 EndurIntl Q EIGI 10.95 6.95 389 9.60 2122 9.85 9.40 +.20 +14.3 EnduroRT N NDRO 1.45e 42.6 9 4.41 2.33 120 3.40 599 3.50 3.30 +7.9sEnergen N EGN .08 .1 22 79.73 47.81 1974 77.39 8116 79.73 76.13 +.67 +34.4 Energizer n N ENR 1.16 1.8 22 65.57 40.64 156 63.38 1795 65.03 63.29 -.95 +32.1 Energous Q WATT 33.50 6.91 297 13.02 1891 13.32 12.37 +.35 -33.1 EngyFocus Q EFOI 3.46 1.75 3 2.19 55 2.25 2.05 +.01 -10.6 EnFuel grs A UUUU 3.64 1.30 606 3.27 4145 3.57 3.21 -.06 +82.7 EnrgyRec Q ERII 11.30 6.17 248 9.19 1301 9.32 8.84 +.09 +5.0 EgyTrEq s N ETE 1.22 6.7 22 19.34 12.80 2887 18.28 21049 18.38 17.85 +.36 +5.9 EngyTrfPt N ETP 2.26 9.7 23 24.38 15.06 2929 23.30 19535 23.45 22.84 +.37 +30.0 EnrgXXi hn Q EGC 11.34 3.41 220 9.03 1199 9.06 8.99 +57.3 Enerpls g N ERF .12e 1.0 16 13.87 8.23 543 12.63 2590 12.89 12.26 +.35 +29.0 EnersisAm N ENIA .21e 2.7 12.11 7.73 735 7.90 3804 8.04 7.82 -.03 -29.3 EnerChile N ENIC .22e 4.5 6.57 4.72 361 4.91 2086 4.98 4.77 +.07 -13.6 EnerSys N ENS .70 .9 29 83.00 61.33 130 80.71 731 80.84 78.58 +2.01 +15.9 Engility N EGL 36.51 21.19 136 34.82 502 35.46 34.29 +.22 +22.7 EnLinkLLC N ENLC 1.07 6.2 15 20.00 13.80 324 17.35 1171 17.65 17.23 -1.4 Ennis Inc N EBF .90f 4.1 17 22.98 17.65 75 21.75 409 22.05 21.25 +.65 +4.8 EnovaIntl N ENVA 20 39.00 11.15 96 35.40 1408 36.75 34.80 -.10 +132.9 Enphase Q ENPH 7.60 .83 1749 4.91 12898 5.21 4.68 +.14 +103.7 EnPro N NPO .96 1.3 43 94.79 63.73 53 75.34 390 76.40 74.10 +.34 -19.4 ENSCO N ESV .04 .6 8.00 4.10 6447 6.79 48411 6.98 6.10 +.62 +14.9 Enservco A ENSV 1.50 .31 147 .70 1157 .73 .67 -.03 +8.7 EnsignGp s Q ENSG .18 .5 28 40.09 19.40 237 38.79 1002 38.90 37.00 +1.62 +74.7 EnstarGp Q ESGR 29 237.30 183.85 77 211.80 156 214.85 210.20 +.15 +5.5 EnSync A ESNC .65 .32 92 .32 626 .35 .32 -.03 -18.9 EntegraFn Q ENFC 21 30.70 22.45 8 27.85 34 28.40 27.75 -.40 -4.8 Entegris Q ENTG .28 .8 29 39.55 23.50 499 33.50 4664 33.80 32.05 +1.10 +10.0tEnteraBi n Q ENTX 7.60 4.50 1 4.70 27 5.17 4.26 -.40 -25.2 Entercom N ETM .36 4.6 10 12.43 6.30 775 7.85 4102 7.95 7.35 +.59 -27.3 EntArk66 n N EAI 1.22 4.9 25.29 23.08 18 24.67 74 24.73 24.60 +.08 -1.8 EntArk 63 N EAE 1.19 4.9 25.60 22.51 14 24.10 25 24.11 23.79 +.06 -3.3 EntArk 52 N EAB 1.23 5.0 25.37 23.26 9 24.58 19 24.71 24.44 +.05 -2.5 Entergy N ETR 3.56 4.2 37 87.85 71.95 602 85.09 5067 85.46 84.01 -.23 +4.5 EntLA 66 N ELC 1.22 5.0 25.17 23.08 9 24.64 57 24.76 24.48 +.17 -.7 EntgyLA52 N ELJ 1.31 5.2 25.75 23.76 8 25.11 27 25.17 25.01 -.03 EntLA 63 N ELU 1.18 4.9 25.72 22.61 4 23.78 24 23.82 23.60 +.08 -4.2 EntMS FtM N EMP 25.49 23.18 18 24.53 52 24.54 24.35 +.15 -2.5 EntgyNO n N ENO 28.45 24.25 10 25.48 33 25.77 25.40 +.10 -.5 EntgyNO 52 N ENJ 1.25 5.1 25.90 23.17 0 24.60 30 24.83 24.19 -.30 -1.5 EntgyTx64 N EZT 1.41 5.4 27.24 25.02 1 25.88 13 26.06 25.68 +.13 -2.4 EntBcpMA Q EBTC .58 1.6 19 44.14 30.36 5 36.84 29 37.41 36.09 +.83 +8.2 EntFinSv Q EFSC .48f .8 18 58.15 36.65 85 57.20 445 58.00 56.50 +.15 +26.7 EntProdPt N EPD 1.72f 5.8 22 30.05 23.10 4279 29.57 17278 29.79 28.82 +.78 +11.5 Entravisn N EVC .20 3.6 56 7.90 3.90 656 5.55 2609 5.60 5.15 +.40 -22.4 EntrResc A EGI .69 .34 65 .38 241 .40 .37 +.01 -37.8 Envestnet N ENV 76 62.95 38.00 325 61.95 1313 62.10 58.05 +3.00 +24.3sEnviroStr A EVI .20e 97 47.90 21.30 5 47.40 104 47.90 45.50 +1.85 +18.5 EnvisnHl n N EVHC 52.72 23.79 767 45.30 9255 45.30 44.99 +.34 +31.1sEnviva n N EVA 2.52f 7.7 32.95 25.01 25 32.55 186 32.95 30.80 +1.70 +17.7 EnzoBio N ENZ 11.50 3.95 134 4.42 483 4.47 3.98 +.35 -45.8 Epizyme Q EPZM 21.40 8.61 234 11.60 1094 11.65 10.40 +1.05 -7.6 ePlus s Q PLUS 26 107.25 67.65 49 101.95 261 102.70 99.40 +2.55 +35.6 Equifax N EFX 1.56 1.2 23 143.37 89.59 708 132.57 4325 136.09 131.38 -.52 +12.4 Equinix Q EQIX 9.12 2.1 495.35 370.79 492 430.02 2173 440.70 426.40 -6.47 -5.1 EqtyBcsh n Q EQBK 44.30 32.93 21 41.99 151 42.78 41.06 +.58 +18.6sEquityCmw N EQC 32 32.36 27.96 414 32.04 2733 32.36 31.91 +.01 +5.0 EqCm pfD N EQCpD 1.63 6.2 26.93 25.24 8 26.05 35 26.30 26.05 -.05 -1.1sEqtyLfPrp N ELS 2.20 2.3 28 96.01 79.78 302 95.12 1403 96.01 93.88 -.36 +6.9 EqtyRsd N EQR 2.16 3.2 42 70.46 54.97 1905 67.43 6511 68.19 66.60 -.42 +5.7 EquusTR N EQS 26 2.54 1.95 13 2.07 72 2.11 1.97 -.06 -13.8 EraGroup N ERA 8 14.23 8.13 43 12.46 210 12.54 11.67 +.55 +15.9sEricsson Q ERIC .13e 1.5 8.39 5.52 5942 8.53 22566 8.60 7.86 +.70 +27.7 ErieInd Q ERIE 3.36 2.6 31 128.91 106.63 19 127.15 109 128.35 125.21 +.61 +4.4 Eros Intl N EROS 16.90 6.85 336 12.50 1573 13.40 11.95 +.45 +29.5 ErytechP n Q ERYP 30.56 9.72 10.39 4 10.47 10.39 +.14 -52.8 Escalade Q ESCA .50 3.8 14 15.25 11.65 5 13.10 58 13.40 12.98 +.20 +6.5sEscoTech N ESE .32 .5 21 70.20 51.55 71 68.50 468 70.20 67.95 +.65 +13.7 Esperion Q ESPR 82.68 33.06 440 49.08 2837 49.78 47.25 +.96 -25.5 Espey A ESP 1.00 3.7 56 29.97 21.07 0 27.22 3 27.25 25.95 +1.22 +13.6 EsqFnHld n Q ESQ 29.45 14.51 16 26.25 60 26.64 25.05 +1.03 +33.0 EssaPh gs Q EPIX 12.74 2.00 1 3.20 11 3.29 3.05 +.05 -26.9 Essendant Q ESND .56 3.7 17.08 7.20 105 15.09 899 15.47 14.88 +.01 +62.8 Essent N ESNT 9 50.08 32.73 545 42.93 2705 43.27 41.68 +1.15 -1.1sEssentPr n N EPRT 14.69 13.27 176 14.55 1944 14.70 13.94 +.62 +6.4 EssexPT N ESS 7.44f 3.0 29 270.04 214.03 245 244.14 1335 244.88 240.14 +.80 +1.1 EstLab n Q ESTA 27.76 24.11 8 25.47 177 26.64 24.50 -.97 +2.9 EsteeLdr N EL 1.52 1.1 45 158.80 104.01 1984 135.59 19517 144.98 132.10 -.35 +6.6 Esterline N ESL 20 96.95 67.15 142 87.10 593 87.95 85.35 +1.70 +16.6tEstreAm n Q ESTR 13.38 6.85 3 6.59 13 7.20 6.59 -.41 -23.7 EtfSilver N SIVR 17.70 13.99 93 14.42 353 14.47 14.09 -12.7 EthanAl N ETH .76 3.3 16 32.90 21.50 77 22.85 898 23.75 22.60 -.20 -20.1 Etrac2xMtg N MORL 3.31e 20.5 19.30 12.50 268 16.13 1134 16.38 16.07 -.03 -8.6 Et2xDJDiv N DVYL 3.55e 4.7 77.86 60.01 1 74.88 16 75.57 72.00 -.05 +2.3 Etr2xHomb N HOML 70.00 34.00 43.74 1 45.01 43.74 +2.01 -27.3 EtrCrdOil n N OILX 43.69 27.58 40.80 3 41.28 40.76 +2.04 +25.2 EtHiDLwV N HDLV 2.57e 9.4 33.35 23.58 3 27.36 13 27.87 27.25 -.22 -15.0 Etr2xCEFd N CEFL 2.88 18.1 18.96 15.30 31 15.91 293 15.92 15.72 +.15 -12.2 EtrcDvsHi N DVHL 2.85e 14.0 21.75 17.57 7 20.38 36 20.54 18.97 +.11 +.8 EtrWFxEn N LMLP 1.90e 11.0 19.00 14.10 7 17.26 35 17.41 17.01 +.13 +9.6 EtracReit N LRET 2.00e 7.8 27.57 19.32 3 25.60 8 26.43 25.60 -.40 -2.6 Etr EnhGl N FIHD 191.45 149.20 12 171.50 86 173.00 169.33 +1.20 -.3 FI EnhEu n N FIEE 202.02 151.30 1 162.76 10 163.13 158.09 +6.85 -8.3 Etr SP MLP N MLPZ .06p 51.00 31.45 45.89 1 46.09 45.89 +.75 +7.0 Etr MLP In N MLPQ .08p 44.40 25.63 10 39.24 92 39.69 38.73 +.45 +4.1 EtrAlerTRt N AMUB .36p 19.27 16.38 18.61 0 18.61 18.61 +.34 +7.6 Etr2xLevLg N LBDC 2.89e 17.8 18.82 13.65 2 16.24 4 17.25 16.15 +.13 -.4 EtrMtgReit N MRRL 1.70e 19.15 11.51 7 16.04 40 16.31 16.02 -.02 -9.4 EtrSCHiDv N SMHD 3.06e 15.6 21.47 14.27 22 19.60 205 19.88 19.09 +.54 -.2 Etsy n Q ETSY 72 50.60 15.27 1911 49.04 10707 49.62 45.90 +2.51 +139.8 EuroTech Q CLWT 8.45 2.00 10 3.95 41 4.08 3.80 -.05 +19.3 Euronav n N EURN 2.41e 10.10 6.95 507 8.50 3241 8.65 8.04 +.50 -8.1 Euronet Q EEFT 23 101.07 70.67 243 96.99 1071 97.17 94.36 +1.99 +15.1tEuroEqFd N EEA .17e 1.8 10.88 9.06 2 9.55 51 9.55 9.06 +.40 -3.2 Euroseas rs Q ESEA 2.73 1.28 25 1.57 75 1.64 1.42 -.08 -7.8 EvansBc A EVBN .92f 2.0 19 49.23 37.80 3 47.10 16 47.65 46.95 -.10 +12.4 EveloBio n Q EVLO 16.75 11.10 154 13.74 355 14.20 12.15 +1.29 -15.4 Ever-Glory Q EVK 7 4.50 1.96 1 3.45 3 3.50 3.10 -.05 +46.8tEverQuo n Q EVER 22.09 13.35 72 13.61 256 14.88 13.35 -.62 -24.5sEverbrdg n Q EVBG 60.53 21.83 287 60.08 1582 61.50 54.25 +5.22 +102.2 Evercore N EVR 2.00f 1.8 25 117.49 69.55 213 108.60 1482 110.35 106.75 -1.05 +20.7 EverestRe N RE 5.20 2.4 24 265.73 208.81 157 220.85 1074 221.60 218.40 +2.45 -.2sEvergy N EVRG 1.60 2.8 25 58.24 47.06 1138 57.45 6670 58.24 56.61 -.42 +8.8 EveriHldgs N EVRI 8.99 6.08 269 8.71 2741 8.77 8.08 +.64 +15.5 EversrceE N ES 2.02 3.2 20 66.15 52.76 883 62.76 4820 63.53 62.06 -.48 -.7 EvrspnTc n Q MRAM 19.25 6.40 64 8.73 262 8.92 8.50 -.02 +16.4sEvertec N EVTC .40 1.6 21 25.10 12.60 447 25.05 1653 25.13 24.25 +.55 +83.5 EvineLive Q EVLV 1.74 .76 242 1.30 798 1.32 1.22 +.04 -7.1 EvofemBio Q EVFM 12.56 .30 249 2.33 380 2.38 2.17 +.17 +19.5 Evogene Q EVGN 4.97 2.59 6 2.70 73 2.84 2.59 -.07 -12.1 EvokePhm Q EVOK 4.09 1.85 53 2.54 245 2.60 2.35 +.10 +12.4sEvolentH n N EVH 24.30 10.30 574 24.05 2869 24.30 23.15 +.35 +95.5 Evolus n Q EOLS 39.50 6.75 218 20.10 1095 20.50 19.08 +.35 +74.8 EvolPetrol A EPM .40 4.0 21 12.00 6.35 101 9.95 538 10.15 9.80 +.05 +45.3 EvolvgSys Q EVOL .44 18.7 6 5.85 2.05 5 2.35 39 2.45 2.30 -.05 -50.0 EvoquaWt n N AQUA 25.36 17.58 322 19.28 2475 19.48 18.77 +.56 -18.7 ExOne Q XONE 12.50 6.16 119 8.48 988 8.70 7.48 +1.01 +1.0sExactSci h Q EXAS 73.72 37.36 3028 70.51 30548 73.72 48.22 +21.67 +34.2sExantasCap N XAN .20 1.7 12.09 8.51 114 11.96 923 12.09 11.88 +27.6 ETYldShHi N YYY 1.92 10.3 20.00 18.08 50 18.56 292 18.57 18.44 +.12 -4.7 ExTrRobo N ROBO .07e .2 46.20 37.98 168 41.47 1051 41.48 40.40 +1.14 +.4 Ber US Rs n N BERN 29.41 24.94 29.24 1 29.24 28.97 +.24 +8.8 ExTTactUS N HTUS 29.30 24.04 56 27.56 102 27.57 27.36 +.11 +1.5 ETF IndExp N TETF 21.64 16.10 2 19.42 8 19.48 19.31 +.11 +2.0 RxVlmxInF A VMIN 46.55 2.37 11 3.33 110 3.40 3.31 -.01 -90.3 ETEMeCmc N EMQQ .02p 43.50 31.06 73 33.69 496 33.88 32.50 +1.39 -11.5 Continued on next page Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 7 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ExelaTch n Q XELA 6.48 4.15 55 5.88 351 5.95 5.52 +.36 +14.2tExelixis Q EXEL 22 32.50 16.90 1926 17.64 20068 19.20 16.90 -1.56 -42.0 Exelon N EXC 1.38f 3.1 12 45.05 35.57 3371 44.03 24884 44.49 43.61 -.50 +11.7 ExlSvcHld Q EXLS 51 64.34 52.52 75 61.83 483 61.88 60.11 +1.25 +2.5 Expedia h Q EXPE 1.28f 1.0 59 154.24 98.52 892 130.22 7753 132.62 127.96 -.49 +8.7 ExpdIntl Q EXPD .90f 1.2 24 78.16 54.69 466 73.70 3681 75.14 73.33 -.31 +13.9sExponent s Q EXPO .52 1.0 41 52.95 31.73 173 52.80 733 52.95 50.30 +2.00 +48.5 Express N EXPR 34 11.34 5.28 1870 10.41 7828 10.90 9.98 +.05 +2.6sExpScripts Q ESRX 11 88.39 55.80 3678 87.91 18493 88.46 87.40 +.52 +17.8 ExtendStay Q STAY .88f 4.4 42 22.44 16.27 1077 20.03 6642 21.14 19.87 -.76 +5.4 Exterran n N EXTN 33.69 23.42 140 28.91 579 29.00 27.15 +1.54 -8.0 ExtraSpce N EXR 3.44f 3.7 22 101.96 74.44 455 92.53 3754 95.78 90.91 -2.65 +5.8 ExtrOilGs n Q XOG 17.42 10.28 1095 11.82 7759 12.55 11.35 +.24 -17.4 ExtrmNet Q EXTR 15.55 5.35 1475 6.20 8905 6.46 6.11 -.06 -50.5 ExxonMbl N XOM 3.28 4.1 17 89.30 72.16 6486 79.62 45113 80.05 78.17 +1.36 -4.8 EyePtPh Q EYPT 2.88 .93 97 2.07 905 2.16 1.95 +.08 +91.7 EyegatePh Q EYEG 1.38 .29 174 .54 603 .57 .52 +.01 -49.3 Eyenovia n Q EYEN 10.74 5.02 4 5.50 11 5.52 5.25 +.23 -44.6 Ezcorp Q EZPW 15 15.10 8.65 254 11.15 2187 11.50 11.10 -.10 -8.6F -:sF5 Netwks Q FFIV 25 186.21 114.63 426 187.64 2437 188.62 180.68 +6.96 +43.0 FAT Br n Q FAT .48 5.8 13.99 5.54 16 8.28 64 8.28 7.33 +.93 -7.2 FB Finl n N FBK .24 .5 16 45.43 33.65 25 43.88 249 44.50 43.57 -.35 +4.5 FBL Fn N FFG 1.84 2.3 19 85.70 64.00 9 80.80 61 83.55 80.80 -.95 +16.0 FCB Fin N FCB 18 62.95 39.90 226 52.05 1560 53.65 51.88 -.40 +2.5 FFBW n Q FFBW 12.50 10.30 0 11.26 2 11.30 11.25 +.04 +2.1 FGL Hldg n N FG 11.94 8.14 957 8.92 3892 9.38 8.78 -.41 -11.4sFLIR Sys Q FLIR .64 1.0 37 61.76 37.18 382 61.33 3052 61.76 60.68 +1.32 +31.6 FMC Corp N FMC .66 .8 16 98.70 72.73 600 85.54 4258 86.14 82.96 +1.10 -9.6 FNBCp PA N FNB .48 3.6 14 14.92 12.02 1369 13.51 10375 13.69 13.34 +.06 -2.2 FNB FL pfE N FNBpE 31.65 27.64 4 28.85 22 29.18 28.40 -.02 -1.3 FNCB Bc n Q FNCB .16 1.8 10.00 7.97 0 8.69 3 8.75 8.45 -.14 -6.1 FTFQAntiB N BTAL 20.69 18.31 20.10 6 20.41 20.03 -.27 +4.2 FTFQMom N MOM 26.26 22.85 24.93 1 25.08 24.91 +.10 +3.7 FTFQuSize N SIZ 21.94 19.25 20.18 0 20.18 20.18 +.09 +1.0 FTFQHgDiv N DIVA 1.08e 2.8 25.68 23.17 1 24.29 1 24.29 24.29 +.34 -2.3 FRP Hldgs Q FRPH 21 67.70 41.90 15 63.65 79 64.85 62.35 -.65 +43.8 FS Bncp Q FSBW .56f 1.0 13 66.40 47.49 17 57.97 101 60.99 57.94 -2.99 +6.2 FS Invest N FSIC .76 10.1 9 8.75 6.95 916 7.50 4506 7.65 7.40 +2.0 FSB Bcp n Q FSBC 18.50 15.02 0 18.09 3 18.10 17.95 +.34 +6.4 FTD Cos Q FTD 13.95 3.25 119 3.77 553 3.98 3.70 -.03 -47.6tFTE Net n A FTNW 26.25 13.50 9 13.49 112 14.75 13.49 -.67 -18.2 FTI Cnslt N FCN 33 81.91 31.77 320 74.91 1801 78.04 74.23 -2.73 +74.4 FTS Intl n N FTSI 22.60 10.34 721 11.64 2609 12.05 10.92 +.69 -40.6sFabrinet N FN 20 48.46 24.02 638 47.83 4967 48.46 43.21 +4.17 +66.7 Facebook Q FB 33 218.62 149.02 14518 174.65 93481 175.55 170.91 +.85 -1.0sFactsetR N FDS 2.56 1.1 27 223.35 155.09 118 224.31 782 225.40 220.84 +3.78 +16.4sFairIsaac N FICO .08 57 224.58 131.52 158 225.14 865 226.51 216.92 +7.85 +47.0sFalcMinrl Q FLMN 11.40 9.47 116 11.40 1077 11.62 11.20 +.24 +18.8 FalcMin wt Q OSPRW .95 .54 .79 +12.9 FDaves Q DAVE 9.65 3.45 14 6.40 55 6.65 6.30 +.05 -2.3 FangHldg N SFUN .20e 6.6 1 5.69 2.65 395 3.02 3221 3.05 2.70 +.32 -45.9 Fanhua Q FANH .90e 3.4 44 38.24 8.50 159 26.15 920 26.81 22.79 +.89 +21.0 FarPtAc un N FPAC/U 10.45 10.13 1 10.15 144 10.21 10.15 -.05 -.1 FarmerBrs Q FARM 35.05 23.60 13 29.75 167 30.15 28.50 +1.20 -7.5 FarmMer s Q FMAO .56f 1.3 28 49.99 27.24 5 44.66 34 45.28 43.50 +.78 +9.5 FarmCB Q FFKT .50 .9 20 57.95 32.60 56.90 44 57.35 56.60 +47.8 FarmersNB Q FMNB .28 1.8 19 16.90 12.80 14 16.00 104 16.15 15.65 +.30 +8.5 Farmland N FPI .20m 3.0 62 9.68 5.15 136 6.77 948 7.08 6.64 -.26 -22.0 Farmln pfB N FPIpB 1.50 6.3 27.96 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25.75 +.34 +3.4 FiestaRst Q FRGI 30.88 15.50 246 29.05 763 29.75 28.70 -.05 +52.9 FifthThird Q FITB .72f 2.4 8 34.67 24.66 2418 29.45 18246 30.31 29.40 -.24 -2.9 FifthT pf Q FITBI 1.66 6.0 30.54 27.00 23 27.62 238 27.68 27.46 -.04 -3.1 51job Q JOBS 114.63 56.22 153 71.41 1110 74.18 71.21 -.29 +17.4 58.com N WUBA 85 89.90 56.60 1009 72.50 8254 75.25 67.33 +5.85 +1.3 FnclInst Q FISI .96 2.9 16 34.35 25.65 24 32.75 374 33.10 31.00 +1.10 +5.3 Finisar Q FNSR 25.44 14.25 3330 20.01 18846 20.16 18.54 +.88 -1.7 FinjanH Q FNJN 3 5.07 1.66 288 4.34 1681 4.36 3.63 +.59 +100.9 FireEye Q FEYE 19.36 13.40 9377 16.37 37705 16.40 14.25 +1.94 +15.3 FstAFin n N FAF 1.52 2.7 23 62.71 46.75 528 56.57 2900 57.78 55.99 +.62 +.9sFstBcpPR N FBP 30 9.05 4.48 1214 9.06 7201 9.06 8.69 +.27 +77.6 FstBcpME Q FNLC 1.16f 3.9 16 32.33 25.00 9 29.77 47 30.18 29.33 -.18 +9.3sFtBcpNC Q FBNC .40 .9 25 43.14 29.81 83 42.84 414 43.14 42.12 +.51 +21.3sFstBcMiss Q FBMS .20 .5 26 43.53 27.00 18 41.00 135 43.53 40.00 -.15 +19.9 FstBkNJ Q FRBA .12 .8 24 15.00 11.15 17 14.35 76 14.70 14.30 -.10 +3.6 FstBusey rs Q BUSE .80 2.5 21 33.25 27.33 113 32.29 479 32.42 31.04 +.94 +7.8 FBusnFn s Q FBIZ .56 2.6 16 26.95 20.57 10 21.83 50 22.20 21.74 -.28 -1.3 FrstCap Q FCAP .92 2.3 20 43.02 31.37 2 40.19 6 40.75 38.58 +.95 +9.4 FstCash N FCFS .88 1.1 31 95.40 57.75 154 81.75 802 82.85 79.95 +1.30 +21.2 FtChoBc n Q FCBP 33.50 26.09 5 27.59 46 27.78 26.95 +.67 -.6sFCtzBA Q FCNCA 1.40 .3 24 474.63 323.74 53 477.27 193 478.79 456.70 +20.81 +18.4 FstCwlth N FCF .36 2.1 21 17.91 12.07 275 16.97 1907 17.33 16.90 -.12 +18.5 FCmtyBsh Q FCBC .84f 2.5 19 36.09 24.33 26 33.70 135 34.30 33.45 +.09 +17.3 FCmtyCp Q FCCO .40 1.5 21 26.25 19.60 3 25.90 21 25.95 25.50 +14.6sFtConnBcp Q FBNK .68f 2.1 21 32.40 23.25 30 31.90 361 32.40 31.75 +22.0 1stCnstBn Q FCCY .24 1.1 17 27.00 16.15 7 21.50 57 22.65 21.40 -1.00 +17.5sFstData n N FDC 13 25.57 14.73 12411 25.11 51767 25.57 24.75 +.25 +50.3 FstDefiF s Q FDEF .68 2.1 12 35.00 23.51 92 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Q FEM .64e 2.5 31.32 23.98 63 25.16 656 25.32 24.55 +.61 -9.8 FT Germny Q FGM 1.04e 2.1 55.51 45.17 13 48.57 41 48.57 47.27 +1.46 -5.1sFT MCVal N FNK .40e 1.1 37.84 32.24 2 37.53 13 37.84 37.19 +.28 +3.5 FT Canada Q FCAN .29e 1.1 27.35 24.05 2 25.49 5 25.55 25.17 +.34 -3.9 FT Austrla N FAUS .80e 2.4 34.27 31.02 32.76 0 32.76 32.76 +.40 -3.6 FT UK Q FKU 1.57e 4.1 43.39 36.96 38.40 5 38.59 38.04 +.67 -3.7 FT Switzld Q FSZ .78e 1.5 56.74 49.30 1 52.15 12 52.17 51.03 +1.24 -1.1 FT HKong Q FHK 2.82e 7.6 46.25 36.10 37.10 2 37.26 36.48 +.00 -12.6sFT SCGr N FYC .04e .1 51.75 37.09 117 51.91 351 51.96 50.22 +1.49 +22.1 FT EmMSC Q FEMS 1.65e 4.4 47.47 36.10 22 37.32 184 37.48 36.42 +.63 -13.9 FTDvMkSC Q FDTS .97e 2.4 48.51 39.69 3 41.02 8 41.09 39.90 +.95 -7.6sFT SCVal N FYT .26e .7 40.26 32.07 2 39.92 31 40.26 39.40 +.53 +8.3 FT EurzAlp Q FEUZ .50e 1.2 48.43 40.35 8 42.67 240 42.74 41.50 +1.34 -2.8 FT MegaCp N FMK .44e 1.2 36.82 30.31 0 36.11 3 36.25 36.08 +.37 +7.8 FstT BICK Q BICK .34e 1.3 33.60 25.99 6 26.41 28 26.82 26.11 -.07 -12.5 FTEurSelDv N FDD 1.09e 8.2 14.79 12.78 79 13.21 548 13.30 13.04 +.20 -3.8sFTDJMic N FDM .49e .9 53.24 41.93 29 53.01 102 53.24 52.20 +.69 +11.7 FT DynEq N FDEU 1.45 9.1 20.20 15.30 55 15.91 362 15.96 15.71 +.16 -15.0 FtTrInOp n Q FCEF .36 1.6 23.93 20.04 8 22.18 150 22.28 22.06 +.15 +.7 FtTrMun n Q MCEF 19.39 17.65 9 17.96 12 17.98 17.90 +.03 -4.2 FtTEqCom N ERM 23.64 20.17 1 23.15 14 23.25 23.07 +.04 +3.6 FtT EqTact N TERM 23.62 19.41 7 23.24 37 23.26 23.05 +.14 +4.0 FtTrOpp n Q FIXD 1.52 3.1 52.92 48.74 34 49.57 256 49.62 49.40 +.08 -2.3 FTNsdGrid Q GRID .19e .4 53.73 44.97 2 49.92 17 50.00 48.86 +1.52 -2.1 FTMltAInc Q MDIV 1.20e 6.4 19.45 17.60 56 18.82 284 18.99 18.77 -.11 -1.0 FT PfdSec N FPE 1.02e 5.3 20.21 18.97 531 19.23 3408 19.29 19.17 -.03 -3.9 FTNsqTDv Q TDIV .86e 2.3 38.44 31.07 27 37.72 198 37.74 37.32 +.25 +7.2 FTLwDOpp Q LMBS 1.41 2.8 52.30 50.98 163 51.12 921 51.25 51.08 -.09 -1.0 FTIntlMltA Q YDIV .99e 5.7 19.83 17.04 0 17.39 18 17.50 17.26 +.19 -6.7 FT BuyInc Q FTHI .96 4.1 24.00 21.53 6 23.41 34 23.41 23.22 +.22 +.4 FT StratInc Q FDIV 2.34 4.7 52.20 46.89 1 49.79 9 50.03 49.68 -.14 -2.6 FT HdgBuy Q FTLB .66 2.9 23.65 21.34 8 23.09 27 23.22 22.86 +.25 +.1 FTEnhSht Q FTSM 1.11 1.8 60.10 59.92 303 60.01 1890 60.10 59.98 -.07 +.1 FT RisDiv Q RDVY .40e 1.3 32.00 26.51 74 31.45 550 31.49 31.00 +.49 +5.3 FT SSICv Q FCVT .48a 1.6 32.38 27.52 22 30.59 408 30.61 28.73 +.75 +6.8sFT DWF5 Q FV .18e .6 31.12 24.74 162 31.30 999 31.32 30.47 +.76 +13.5sFT HeitGl N PRME 20.82 17.96 20.63 5 20.82 20.58 +.09 +3.4 FT AmIndR Q AIRR .08e .3 28.40 22.38 5 28.05 46 28.19 27.57 +.49 +2.3sFT AI Rob n Q ROBT .07p 31.52 28.50 10 31.75 40 31.77 30.81 +.91 +10.4 FT US Eq Q RNDV .35e 1.6 23.04 19.41 0 22.39 6 22.58 22.39 -.05 +3.2sFT SmCap Q RNSC .22e .9 23.64 19.06 1 23.50 2 23.64 23.13 +.45 +9.2sFT MdCap Q RNMC .19e 22.97 19.19 1 22.88 4 22.97 22.76 +.28 +5.4 FT LgCap Q RNLC .18e 23.11 19.67 1 22.74 4 22.87 22.74 +.12 +4.4 FT EM Sl n N RNEM 59.26 47.26 0 50.35 1 50.40 49.79 +1.02 -7.6 FT DevInt Q RNDM .45e 55.12 47.48 1 50.44 2 50.77 50.25 +.56 -3.3 FTNsTrn ef Q FTXR .33e 1.3 27.65 22.24 1 25.44 7 25.87 25.33 +.05 -1.9 FT QualInc Q QINC .60e 2.3 26.90 23.72 1 25.64 8 25.89 25.62 -.04 +.5 FTNsSem ef Q FTXL .14e .4 36.21 24.81 6 32.40 28 32.40 31.07 +1.15 +7.0sFsTrNsRt ef Q FTXD .82e 3.3 24.71 18.88 2 24.69 4 24.80 24.32 +.79 +15.1sFTNasPh ef Q FTXH .51e 2.2 23.90 19.06 0 23.70 5 23.90 23.61 +.34 +10.8 FTNsOil ef Q FTXN .37e 1.5 25.88 16.94 22 24.66 253 24.94 23.10 +1.51 +16.7 FTNaFood ef Q FTXG .32e 1.6 21.28 19.11 19.85 5 19.93 19.85 -.05 -4.5 FTNsBk ef Q FTXO .40e 1.3 32.44 24.57 66 29.84 544 30.42 29.80 -.11 +1.6sFTDorW n Q FVC .17e .6 28.96 22.93 71 29.16 298 29.16 28.37 +.68 +13.6 FT DWInt Q IFV .32e 1.5 24.24 19.40 159 20.74 965 20.80 20.45 +.33 -6.8 FT LgShEq N FTLS .16e .4 41.72 35.71 19 40.45 141 40.50 40.04 +.40 +3.0 FTEMCur Q FEMB 2.68e 7.2 48.17 36.51 13 36.98 122 37.90 36.58 +.07 -12.3 FT MunHI n Q FMHI 1.68 3.3 53.47 49.45 7 50.57 16 50.77 50.52 -.08 +.2 FT RivAsia Q RFAP 1.14e 2.0 64.93 54.82 4 55.75 36 56.20 55.49 +.25 -8.0 FT RivDev Q RFDI 1.09e 1.8 68.99 59.21 50 61.33 230 61.43 60.50 +1.05 -4.3 FT RvfrDyE Q RFEM 1.12e 1.8 79.04 60.85 4 63.94 59 63.98 62.20 +1.58 -9.2 FT RivEur Q RFEU .95e 1.5 70.58 60.79 2 63.66 71 63.74 62.38 +1.64 -2.6 FT PfInc n N FPEI 21.03 18.88 25 19.11 117 19.22 19.01 -.06 -5.1 FT CA Mun Q FCAL 1.50 3.0 53.00 48.91 1 50.37 6 50.44 50.20 -.12 -2.3 FT VolIn n N HDMV 36.34 32.51 6 33.44 21 33.50 33.17 +.36 -2.6sFT VolD n N HUSV 23.96 21.53 14 23.88 83 23.96 23.70 +.08 +3.9 FTEgyInco A FEN 2.32 10.2 28.00 21.34 64 22.82 445 23.35 22.68 -.19 -13.9 FTEnInfra N FIF 1.32a 8.0 19.19 14.57 30 16.56 296 16.89 16.42 -.24 -7.1 FtTrEnEq N FFA .96 5.9 16.73 14.32 24 16.38 288 16.54 16.25 -.06 +1.2 FTCapStrn Q FTCS .59e 1.1 54.95 45.66 95 54.03 620 54.16 53.61 +.28 +5.9sFTArcaBio N FBT 153.35 111.23 42 151.75 329 153.35 148.99 +1.99 +21.8 FTDJInet N FDN 147.73 96.24 459 143.50 2271 143.56 137.71 +5.10 +30.6 FTN100ExT Q QQXT .14e .3 52.82 45.13 8 52.32 37 52.37 51.82 +.58 +7.6 FsTrGrEn Q QCLN .08e .4 21.73 17.87 5 20.40 54 20.42 19.75 +.51 +.5sFTrTUSAlp Q TUSA .24e .7 35.98 29.41 35.72 82 35.98 35.57 +.41 +7.9 FT RNG N FCG .22e 1.0 24.67 18.65 116 22.75 704 22.94 21.74 +.92 -.1 FstTrDrcy ef Q DWPP .27e .9 30.68 25.85 15 30.27 66 30.32 30.05 +.24 +5.3 FT ConDis N FXD .30e .7 45.57 35.88 19 43.73 200 44.07 43.10 +.69 +3.9 FT ConStap N FXG .75e 1.6 51.57 44.32 38 48.23 379 48.92 48.04 -.44 -.9 FT Engy N FXN .33e 1.9 17.75 12.28 194 17.03 2115 17.13 16.25 +.78 +10.0 FT Fincl N FXO .65e 2.0 32.92 28.10 69 32.67 564 32.88 32.53 +.14 +4.3sFT HlthCr N FXH 81.53 64.71 34 81.55 284 81.56 79.28 +2.10 +16.8 FT IndPrd N FXR .16e .4 42.74 34.52 58 42.08 448 42.57 41.87 +.29 +3.7 FT Matls N FXZ .37e .9 46.43 37.64 19 42.41 137 42.73 41.96 +.55 -3.3sFT Tech N FXL .13e .2 61.17 44.31 115 62.09 694 62.09 58.90 +2.89 +21.0 FT Utils N FXU .67e 2.4 28.28 23.46 35 27.71 534 28.16 27.57 -.37 +6.5 FTCloudC Q SKYY .13e .2 56.44 39.72 365 55.80 1091 55.81 54.52 +1.23 +21.6 FTDJGlDiv N FGD 1.42e 5.6 28.07 24.45 44 25.35 196 25.55 25.19 +.16 -3.8 FTNdqAuto Q CARZ .88e 2.4 45.00 35.50 2 36.23 16 36.83 35.97 +.40 -14.2 FT GblAg rs Q FTAG .38e 1.5 29.98 25.13 1 26.02 5 26.18 25.81 +.34 -7.6 FT GblNRs Q FTRI .45e 3.6 13.25 11.38 12.38 1 12.46 12.34 +.11 sFT Cybersc Q CIBR .03e .1 27.84 20.62 177 28.23 733 28.25 27.02 +1.16 +22.0 FTIntlIPO Q FPXI .28e .8 39.87 33.25 2 34.67 11 34.67 34.02 +.73 -2.0 FT GlbRE N FFR .75e 1.6 47.43 41.42 13 46.00 19 46.24 45.74 +.02 +1.1 FT NAEngy N EMLP .93e 3.8 25.36 21.43 265 24.36 1994 24.56 24.30 -.07 -.8 FTSenLoan Q FTSL 1.83 3.8 48.42 47.69 162 47.96 827 48.13 47.92 -.14 -.2 FTTactHY Q HYLS 2.64 5.5 49.30 47.05 57 47.77 607 47.92 47.64 -.06 -1.6 FT GlbCmd Q FTGC .26e 21.88 19.14 71 19.55 268 19.62 19.39 +.01 -5.6 FT HiLgSh N FSD 1.20 8.0 17.20 14.35 86 14.92 513 14.96 14.84 +.08 -9.2sFT USIPO N FPX .32e .4 74.54 59.35 87 74.83 233 74.86 73.02 +1.86 +9.7 FTChnd N FNI .19e .5 43.90 34.66 8 36.04 80 36.60 35.78 +.14 -9.0 FT Dow30 n N EDOW 23.50 19.61 1 23.21 31 23.30 23.05 +.21 +4.9 FT EngCn N FLM .58e 1.1 63.91 52.97 3 55.13 22 55.40 54.48 +.82 -7.4sFT Wtr N FIW .21e .4 51.36 41.77 36 50.85 113 51.36 50.54 +.22 +4.4 FT IntPfd N FPF 1.95 8.8 25.10 21.40 129 22.22 709 22.25 21.80 +.18 -8.8 FT LCCore N FEX .58e .9 62.82 52.42 54 62.18 321 62.24 61.45 +.79 +6.2sFT LCGr N FTC .24e .3 69.06 54.43 30 69.45 270 69.45 67.58 +1.68 +13.5 FT LCVal N FTA .82e 1.5 57.69 49.07 57 54.60 321 55.17 54.39 +.03 -.1 FT MLP&E N FEI 1.42 11.0 16.50 11.68 144 12.95 1682 13.66 12.75 -.61 -16.6 FT MgdMu Q FMB 1.35 2.6 53.82 52.06 40 52.76 229 52.93 52.63 -.09 -1.4sFT MCCore N FNX .51e .7 72.34 57.71 59 72.37 156 72.47 71.13 +1.25 +10.1 FTMstrDv N FDL .79e 2.7 31.14 27.37 111 29.68 412 29.98 29.58 -.18 -1.4 FTFutStrt N FMF 51.53 37.80 0 49.47 11 49.47 46.64 +.99 +3.9 FstTrMtg N FMY 1.02 7.6 14.48 13.20 5 13.36 17 13.48 13.28 +.06 -6.1sFT MultCG N FAD .20e .3 75.73 57.62 6 76.27 46 76.27 74.24 +2.03 +16.2 FT MultCV N FAB .45e .8 59.34 50.59 19 58.20 43 58.82 58.03 +.26 +2.1 FTNDXEq Q QQEW .27e .4 63.60 52.68 20 63.35 139 63.36 62.02 +1.17 +9.3 FT NsdABA Q QABA .75e 1.3 58.63 45.86 30 56.74 115 57.58 56.15 +.23 +8.2 FTSmartph Q FONE .86e 1.7 55.89 47.73 1 49.79 150 49.82 48.69 +1.16 -4.6 FT MLPEn N FPL 1.26 12.1 13.49 9.57 187 10.39 1962 11.00 9.87 -.52 -12.4sFT REIT N FRI .39e 1.6 24.38 20.20 16 24.06 153 24.38 23.89 -.15 +3.4sFT SCCore N FYX .38e .5 69.91 53.12 25 69.79 190 69.91 68.13 +1.48 +14.1 FTSpecFin N FGB .70 11.1 7.29 5.65 52 6.31 285 6.63 6.31 -.05 +2.8 FTrVL100 N FVL .05e .2 25.04 20.83 3 23.87 8 24.08 23.67 +.32 +2.1sFTrVLDv N FVD .57e 1.8 32.00 28.89 283 31.83 1866 32.00 31.67 -.05 +3.1 FT EmOp N FEO 1.40 10.4 17.42 13.21 12 13.45 67 13.58 13.26 +.10 -17.6 FstUSBcsh Q FUSB .08 .7 34 14.38 10.52 1 11.20 20 11.43 11.10 -.10 -12.5 FstUtdCp Q FUNC .36 1.8 19 24.32 14.80 3 20.50 24 20.95 20.10 +.25 +17.8 First LI s Q FLIC .60 2.7 9 33.50 21.68 47 21.90 234 22.28 21.80 -.25 -23.2 FTrSenFlt N FCT .72 5.6 13.53 12.41 35 12.89 265 12.90 12.74 +.03 +.4 FirstEngy N FE 1.44 3.9 8 37.52 29.34 1474 37.05 13101 37.43 36.39 -.25 +21.0 FsthdTech Q SVVC 15.59 7.29 9 13.79 59 14.25 13.70 -.40 +53.9sFstSvc n Q FSV .54 .6 46 86.44 62.90 25 86.49 106 86.89 84.62 +1.12 +23.7sFiserv s Q FISV 38 80.00 60.05 1445 80.03 6857 80.33 79.00 +.59 +22.1 Fitbit n N FIT 7.79 4.51 4213 6.04 24122 6.20 5.72 +.34 +5.8sFiveBelow Q FIVE 114.95 46.00 609 114.79 4096 115.60 108.85 +6.15 +73.1 500.com N WBAI 57 23.22 9.05 47 13.08 384 13.80 12.81 -.37 +29.4 FvPntHld n N FPH 15.04 10.25 115 10.98 743 11.53 10.65 +.27 -22.1tFivePrime Q FPRX 48.87 12.66 312 14.00 2822 14.73 12.66 +.82 -36.1tFiveStar Q FVE 1.80 .90 149 .98 645 1.15 .90 -.13 -35.0sFive9 Q FIVN 46.75 20.27 636 47.46 3163 47.50 43.58 +3.69 +90.8 FlagstarB N FBC 25 40.06 30.89 85 33.67 681 34.22 33.32 -.23 -10.0 F&C DynPf N DFP 1.92 7.9 28.36 22.78 59 24.34 224 24.73 24.34 -.07 -8.7 FlrtyPfdInc N PFD 1.08 7.7 16.34 13.19 41 14.11 130 14.23 14.02 +.21 -5.8 FlrtyPfdOp N PFO .88 7.3 12.32 10.60 24 11.96 158 12.04 11.80 +.24 +1.3 FlrtyPfdSc N FFC 1.63 8.5 21.56 18.28 45 19.23 364 19.40 19.15 +.09 -6.0 FlrtyTotR N FLC 1.63 8.3 22.00 19.07 20 19.72 198 19.97 19.70 +.03 -8.7 Flanign A BDL .25f .9 15 29.00 20.20 1 27.60 4 27.90 27.05 -.13 +17.0 Fleetcor N FLT 27 225.92 139.47 298 218.09 1663 219.06 213.37 +3.90 +13.3 Flex Ltd Q FLEX 14 19.71 12.93 1812 13.90 17833 14.14 13.53 +.33 -22.7tFlexPhm n Q FLKS 8.98 .50 141 .53 561 .60 .45 +.02 -84.8sFlexUSTilt N TILT 1.74e 1.5 119.77 100.11 19 119.76 71 119.83 118.57 +1.25 +7.0 FlxEmgTilt N TLTE 1.26e 2.4 65.59 51.40 8 53.53 254 53.53 52.31 +.99 -10.4 FlxUpstNR N GUNR .67e 2.0 35.54 29.79 412 33.07 1805 33.19 32.60 +.61 -.7 Flx3yrTips N TDTT .39e 1.6 24.71 23.95 228 24.13 1064 24.14 24.08 +.07 -.9 Flx5yrTips N TDTF .54e 2.2 25.46 24.26 75 24.60 559 24.60 24.49 +.14 -1.4 FlxCoreSl n N BNDC 28.51 23.99 1 24.22 4 24.22 24.16 +.06 -3.3 FlxGlbImp Q ESGG 101.95 87.53 1 98.12 10 98.35 97.40 +.86 +3.3sFlxUS Imp Q ESG 68.07 57.92 0 67.94 9 68.07 67.67 +.47 +6.8 FlexEMTilt N TLEH 33.14 28.12 0 28.98 15 28.98 28.37 +.49 -6.1 FlxDMTilt N TLDH 30.34 27.01 1 28.32 226 28.32 28.03 +.34 -2.9 FlxRAstAlo Q ASET 29.37 26.74 1 28.14 6 28.25 28.00 +.05 -2.1 FlxUSQLgC Q QLC 35.78 29.53 2 35.66 10 35.66 35.43 +.27 +7.0 FlxUSLgCp Q LKOR .41e 55.13 49.28 50.60 3 50.66 50.60 +.17 -7.6 FlxUSCpBd Q SKOR 1.24 2.5 51.61 48.59 49.38 14 49.39 49.30 +.10 -3.0 FlxDisDur Q MBSD .62e 2.7 24.13 22.89 4 23.06 17 23.11 23.01 +.03 -2.2 FlxGlbQRE N GQRE 1.33e 2.1 64.31 57.24 11 62.55 46 63.05 62.06 -.17 -.4 FlxGblInfr N NFRA .95e 2.0 49.99 44.91 25 47.21 208 47.45 46.87 +.04 -3.2 FlxDevTilt N TLTD 1.88e 2.9 73.71 62.88 44 64.91 167 65.05 64.14 +.90 -6.2 FlxIntDvDf N IQDE 1.15e 5.0 27.04 22.48 10 23.04 41 23.16 22.82 +.24 -9.7 FlxIntDvDy N IQDY 1.02e 4.0 30.65 25.35 1 25.72 31 25.80 25.55 +.30 -10.0 FlxIntlDiv N IQDF 1.01e 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6.66 +1.13 +34.6 Fluor N FLR .84 1.5 42 62.09 37.04 964 57.70 5532 57.89 56.69 +.88 +11.7 FlushFn Q FFIC .80 3.0 19 31.45 24.59 125 26.68 359 26.82 25.37 +1.15 -3.0sFlyLeasing N FLY 1.00 6.7 15 14.97 11.54 245 14.99 929 15.00 13.43 +1.41 +16.1 Foamix Q FOMX 7.45 4.35 220 5.72 828 6.21 5.69 -.12 -4.8 FocFin A n Q FOCS 42.99 35.01 55 39.34 962 40.95 36.27 +.84 +4.8 FEMSA N FMX .74e .8 102.36 80.86 231 97.07 1487 98.66 96.27 +.62 +3.4 Fonar Q FONR 10 33.90 21.10 18 25.40 106 27.15 25.20 -1.70 +4.3 FootLockr N FL 1.38 2.9 20 59.40 28.42 18504 48.32 34302 53.50 46.01 -2.38 +3.1 FordM N F .60a 6.2 5 13.48 9.35 18367 9.68 157234 9.90 9.56 +.13 -22.5 ForeScTc n Q FSCT 38.45 21.56 363 35.38 2067 35.61 32.18 +2.57 +10.9 ForshtAut n Q FRSX 8.20 2.44 20 2.86 87 3.00 2.69 +.04 -29.0 ForestCA N FCE/A .72 2.9 20 26.30 19.24 3535 25.09 17762 25.10 25.03 +.04 +4.1 Forestar N FOR 16 26.39 15.35 23 25.75 116 25.95 24.40 +1.15 +17.0 FormFac Q FORM 37 18.65 11.10 280 14.00 1609 14.05 13.20 +.75 -10.5 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10.01 1995 10.01 9.98 +.01 +.6sForwrdA Q FWRD .60 .9 28 65.11 49.88 86 63.90 556 65.11 63.20 +.67 +11.2 Forward h Q FORD 26 4.45 1.06 222 1.53 1952 1.73 1.42 +.08 +24.4 ForwdPh Q FWP 23.12e 9.70 1.63 3 2.80 86 2.85 2.58 -.05 -23.9 Fossil Grp Q FOSL 32.17 5.50 932 26.55 6622 26.87 24.06 +1.78 +241.7 Foster Q FSTR .16 .7 30.30 17.50 12 23.70 114 24.15 23.10 +.55 -12.7 FoundBld n N FBM 16.40 11.03 44 13.79 317 14.22 13.60 +.26 -6.8sFourCorP s N FCPT 1.10 4.1 21 27.48 21.28 302 26.93 1818 27.48 26.65 -.27 +4.8tFourSeEd n N FEDU 3.32 77.4 4 10.45 4.35 12 4.29 150 4.85 4.24 -.50 -52.3 FoxFactory Q FOXF 47 68.30 33.20 154 64.75 1105 65.35 63.40 +.85 +66.7 Francesca Q FRAN 35 8.48 4.51 770 6.90 5023 7.51 6.77 -.33 -5.6 FrancoN g N FNV .96 1.4 64 86.06 64.50 615 66.73 2326 67.76 65.43 -.05 -16.5 FrankCov N FC 31.20 17.75 13 25.65 105 25.90 25.10 +.15 +23.6sFrankElec Q FELE .48 1.0 29 50.30 37.60 132 48.50 541 50.30 48.25 -.50 +5.7 FrankFn n N FSB .40p 19 40.30 30.30 115 38.35 612 39.60 38.25 -.90 +12.5 FrankLibInt N FLQH 28.16 23.58 1 25.30 2 25.39 25.20 -.06 -.2 FrankLibEm N FLQE 35.59 29.24 1 30.23 34 30.23 29.72 +.37 -8.5 FrankLibGl N FLQD 30.47 26.92 0 28.28 5 28.43 28.24 +.14 -2.8 FrankLbGlE N FLQG 32.51 28.30 0 31.02 4 31.05 30.82 +.41 +1.5sFrnL LoV n N FLLV 32.55 28.32 32.54 2 32.55 32.49 +.16 +7.4 FrnkLInvGr N FLCO 24.89 23.48 0 23.83 105 23.86 23.81 +.09 -3.8 FrnL IntO n N FLIO 31.52 27.73 0 28.09 0 28.09 28.09 +.37 -4.4sFrkL US Eq N FLQL 31.05 25.65 3 31.03 533 31.05 30.88 +.38 +7.3 FrankL Mun N FLMB 25.38 24.31 0 24.41 0 24.41 24.41 +.09 -2.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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sFrkL US Sm N FLQS 30.59 24.17 30.51 2 30.59 30.29 +.39 +16.5 FrankRes N BEN .92 2.8 11 45.96 31.28 1550 32.68 9754 33.34 32.44 -.04 -24.6 FrkShDGv A FTSD 1.55e FrkStPrp A FSP .36f 4.3 10 11.00 7.08 235 8.43 2108 8.70 8.28 -.05 -21.5 FrkLtdDur A FTF .74 6.5 12.13 10.85 104 11.38 368 11.42 11.23 +.16 -3.8 FrkUnv N FT .47 7.0 7.36 6.55 36 6.80 298 6.83 6.78 -.01 -5.2 FranksIntl N FI .30 3.4 9.75 4.93 575 8.70 4856 9.00 8.43 +.20 +30.8 FredsInc Q FRED .24 14.0 7.63 1.30 603 1.71 1801 1.82 1.66 -.07 -57.8 FrptMcM N FCX .20 1.4 9 20.25 13.22 13288 14.47 72148 14.79 13.83 +.50 -23.7 FrghtCar lf Q RAIL .36 2.0 20.46 12.53 21 17.85 116 18.58 17.57 -.36 +4.5 FreqElec Q FEIM 10.59 7.30 1 8.30 21 8.53 7.91 +.24 -11.3 FresenMd N FMS .51e 1.0 57.94 46.12 64 50.38 529 50.85 48.77 +1.88 -4.1 FDelMnt N FDP .60 1.6 16 52.43 34.29 125 38.01 580 38.42 37.69 -.10 -20.3sFreshpet Q FRPT 36.60 14.10 216 35.55 1524 36.60 34.35 +1.25 +87.6 FriedmInd A FRD .12f 1.1 11.47 5.15 60 11.00 332 11.05 10.10 +.85 +93.7 Frontr rs Q FTR 2.40 42.3 14.24 4.52 1653 5.68 12183 5.94 5.34 +.36 -16.0 Frontlne rs N FRO .60e 6.43 3.79 315 5.29 2813 5.55 4.89 +.17 +15.3 FuelTech Q FTEK 1.83 .71 230 1.12 348 1.19 .98 +.11 FuelCell rs Q FCEL 2.49 1.00 309 1.15 2589 1.19 1.10 -.02 -32.4 FulgentG n Q FLGT 6.06 2.73 1 4.35 4 4.38 4.25 +.04 -.7 FulingGbl n Q FORK 6.00 2.65 2 2.90 20 2.95 2.75 +.10 -26.6 FullHseR Q FLL 4.10 2.37 25 2.95 356 3.10 2.81 +.11 -24.2sFullerHB N FUL .62f 1.1 26 58.96 46.62 193 58.97 1157 59.19 57.62 +1.39 +9.5 FultonFncl Q FULT .48 2.7 19 19.55 15.05 576 18.10 2951 18.45 17.93 +.05 +1.1sFunko n Q FNKO 23.67 5.81 494 23.26 3532 23.67 20.15 +3.42 +249.8 FutFintch lf Q FTFT 8.00 1.33 21 1.61 272 1.80 1.49 +.07 -61.4 FutureFuel N FF .24a 1.6 19 16.22 11.32 35 15.19 549 15.32 14.47 +.70 +7.8tFuweiF rs Q FFHL 4.93 2.13 616 2.34 680 3.14 2.13 -.16 -20.4G -:GWilliFood Q WILC 22 7.36 5.11 6 6.90 14 7.12 6.90 -.20 -4.0 G1Thera n Q GTHX 64.83 15.78 65 58.06 558 59.43 53.00 +.64 +192.6 GAMCO s N GBL .08 .3 30.94 23.42 12 25.99 73 26.28 25.48 +.21 -12.3 GATX N GATX 1.76f 2.1 17 91.12 56.00 136 85.75 1147 86.95 82.80 +2.74 +38.0 GATX 66 N GMTA 27.00 22.81 11 25.23 51 25.32 25.12 +.13 -4.0 GCI Lb A n Q GLIBA 55.47 41.33 259 48.14 1741 49.09 47.33 +.56 -12.0 GCI Lb pfA Q GLIBP .13e 24.89 18.40 5 24.67 65 24.89 24.54 +.02 +8.4 GCP ApT n N GCP 54 34.79 23.85 563 26.10 3306 26.75 25.33 +.30 -18.2 GDL Fund N GDL .64 7.0 10.31 9.02 24 9.16 111 9.23 9.12 -.01 -5.9 GDS Hld n Q GDS .46p 46.18 8.80 1249 36.29 6670 36.50 30.48 +5.08 +61.1 GGP Inc N GGP .88 4.0 32 24.23 18.83 45401 21.93 106264 21.99 21.44 +.51 -6.2 GGP Inc pfA N GGPpA 1.59 6.6 25.69 23.55 5 24.18 50 24.25 24.00 -.14 -4.2 GMAC CpT N ALLYpA 2.03 7.6 26.87 25.46 52 26.63 334 26.65 26.28 +.21 +2.6 GMS Inc n N GMS 15 39.98 23.50 447 25.77 1267 26.20 25.07 +.61 -31.5 GNC N GNC .80 25.1 3 10.44 2.78 735 3.19 5466 3.33 3.03 +.15 -13.6 GP Strat N GPX 25 31.25 17.15 65 18.95 269 19.20 18.65 +.10 -18.3 GSE Sy Q GVP 15 3.65 2.35 13 3.50 304 3.55 3.30 +.20 +7.7 GSI Tech Q GSIT 8.94 6.02 22 6.65 237 7.09 6.16 +.17 -16.5 GSV Cap Q GSVC 6 9.39 4.32 61 7.13 357 7.31 7.06 -.03 +30.8 GTT Comm N GTT 62.32 28.30 242 40.05 3411 42.05 37.15 +1.10 -14.7 GTY TchHl Q GTYH 10.18 9.75 10.16 288 10.16 10.13 +.01 +2.3 GTY Tc un Q GTYHU 11.00 10.14 10.50 50 +1.8 G-III s Q GIII 28 51.20 23.03 522 46.53 3057 47.01 42.60 +3.73 +26.1 GTx Inc rs Q GTXI 23.40 5.61 182 19.38 828 20.13 18.12 +1.04 +52.5 GW Pharm Q GWPH 164.76 96.42 195 143.29 1253 146.34 132.66 +7.23 +8.5sGWG Hldgs Q GWGH 4.30e 13.10 7.10 46 11.52 364 13.10 9.96 +.62 +38.5sGabCvInc N GCV .48 7.4 6.95 5.09 37 6.48 259 6.95 6.32 -.16 +9.8 GabCv pfB N GCVpB 1.50 5.8 27.14 25.49 1 26.00 3 26.09 25.76 +.05 -1.8 GabDvInc N GDV 1.32 5.5 24.97 21.10 236 23.91 598 24.26 23.84 -.10 +2.1 GabDiv pfA N GDVpA 1.47 5.7 27.49 25.26 2 25.72 12 25.83 25.71 -.00 -1.6 GabDiv pfD N GDVpD 1.50 5.8 27.40 25.36 0 25.78 7 25.78 25.62 +.12 -2.1 GabDiv pfG N GDVpG 1.31 5.2 26.17 24.10 2 25.09 14 25.23 25.07 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2.55 2.14 -.34 -18.7 GenMark Q GNMK 10.16 3.63 585 7.62 1254 7.73 7.03 +.15 +82.7 GenoceaB Q GNCA 5.70 .56 596 .61 1617 .66 .60 -.04 -47.8 Genomic Q GHDX 59.49 26.54 440 57.68 2102 59.43 54.32 +2.89 +68.7 Genpact N G .30 20 34.79 27.83 342 30.51 2103 30.86 30.27 -.01 -3.9tGenprex n Q GNPX 19.45 2.45 97 2.53 234 2.90 2.45 -.22 -46.2 Gentex Q GNTX .44f 1.9 15 25.41 16.86 1054 23.54 8472 24.94 23.43 -.64 +12.4sGentherm Q THRM 55 49.80 29.75 193 49.00 1213 49.80 47.50 +1.30 +54.3 GenuPrt N GPC 2.88 2.9 21 107.75 81.35 413 99.13 2473 100.20 98.68 +.24 +4.3 Genworth N GNW 3 4.92 2.66 1381 4.57 9042 4.61 4.51 +.05 +46.9 GeoGrp s N GEO 1.88 7.5 15 28.06 19.05 513 25.04 3318 25.72 24.87 -.33 +6.1 GeoPark N GPRK 21.88 7.45 189 18.05 1488 18.52 15.78 +2.29 +82.1 GaPw 77 n N GPJA 26.14 23.01 14 23.89 141 23.96 23.76 +.15 -6.7 GeospcT hs Q GEOS 18.71 9.18 27 14.30 226 14.44 13.55 +.74 +10.3 Gerdau N GGB .02e .5 5.32 2.89 4878 3.85 34210 4.09 3.77 -.07 +3.5 GerABcp s Q GABC .60 1.6 21 39.02 30.75 36 37.66 274 38.20 36.86 +.48 +6.6 GerNew N GF 1.23e .4 21.49 17.24 10 18.76 48 18.82 18.21 +.50 -3.5 GeronCp Q GERN 6.68 1.74 40434 5.19 53298 5.81 3.85 +1.27 +188.3 GettyRlty N GTY 1.28 4.4 16 29.89 22.68 62 29.15 412 29.58 28.91 -.09 +7.3 Gevo rs Q GEVO 24.74 2.75 719 3.98 6823 4.12 3.11 +.80 -66.3sGibraltar Q ROCK 22 46.60 26.75 82 45.70 621 46.60 44.63 +.80 +38.5 GigCapit n N GIG 10.22 9.60 9.95 6 9.95 9.95 +.04 +3.2 GigaMda rs Q GIGM 4.37 2.36 82 3.01 147 3.15 3.00 -.11 -1.0 GilatSatell Q GILT 9.30 5.35 15 8.73 67 8.93 8.69 -.08 +12.9 Gildan s N GIL .45 1.5 17 34.19 25.33 288 29.25 2799 30.16 29.11 -.58 -9.4 GileadSci Q GILD 2.28 3.1 8 89.54 64.27 4767 73.59 38645 74.35 71.90 +.67 +2.7sGlacierBc Q GBCI 1.04f 2.3 24 45.52 31.38 199 45.35 1386 45.54 44.30 +.65 +15.1 GladstnCap Q GLAD .84 8.7 10 9.92 7.80 94 9.68 590 9.74 9.64 -.04 +5.1 Gladst24 pf Q GLADN 1.50 5.9 26.14 24.60 1 25.36 9 25.64 25.24 -.07 -1.9 GladstnCm Q GOOD 1.50 7.5 23.29 16.78 74 19.87 382 20.29 19.81 -.25 -5.7 GladCm pfA Q GOODP 1.94 7.4 27.25 25.25 0 26.18 2 26.43 26.10 -.01 -.9 Gladstn pfB Q GOODO 1.88 7.1 27.82 25.33 3 26.58 8 26.79 26.06 +.44 +1.9 GladCm pfD Q GOODM 1.75 6.9 26.25 24.56 3 25.44 12 25.53 25.25 +.04 -1.8 GladstInv Q GAIN .80a 6.7 17 12.26 9.00 93 12.07 598 12.15 11.95 +.10 +8.2tGladInv pfB Q GAINO 1.69 6.8 25.90 24.96 2 24.97 35 25.00 24.96 -.01 -1.4tGladInv pfC Q GAINN 1.63 6.5 26.98 24.96 3 24.98 19 24.99 24.96 +.02 -1.9 GldsInv pf D Q GAINM 1.56 6.2 25.78 25.07 3 25.26 39 25.30 25.16 -.01 -1.3stGladstIn pfE Q GAINL 25.24 25.14 46 25.20 134 25.24 25.14 +.2 GladstLnd Q LAND .53 4.0 91 14.29 11.36 72 13.28 448 13.39 13.14 +.10 -1.1sGladLnd pfA Q LANDP 1.59 6.2 27.95 25.31 1 25.81 9 27.95 25.43 +.31 -.2 Glatfelter N GLT .52 2.8 14 23.85 15.30 302 18.44 2270 19.40 16.33 +1.94 -13.5 Glaukos n N GKOS 46.50 23.08 225 43.83 1336 43.87 39.88 +3.66 +70.9 GlaxoSKln N GSK 2.89e 7.0 42.36 34.52 1321 41.28 9830 41.78 41.01 +.03 +16.4 GlenBurnie Q GLBZ .40 3.2 28 13.55 10.34 0 12.44 2 12.80 12.44 -.51 +12.5 GblBldT n Q GBT 68.05 26.10 683 49.25 2986 52.65 47.80 -.05 +25.2sGblBrCopp N BRSS .36f 1.0 18 38.40 27.50 129 37.35 642 38.40 35.65 +1.75 +12.8 GblEagEnt Q ENT 3.59 .87 204 2.75 672 2.90 2.61 +.09 +20.1 GlbIndem Q GBLI 28 49.91 32.22 9 40.44 57 40.89 38.80 +1.48 -3.8 GlbIndm 45 Q GBLIZ 1.94 7.6 26.21 25.02 1 25.53 11 25.61 25.45 +.01 -1.3 GlbIndem 47 Q GBLIL 1.97 7.6 26.24 25.26 3 25.86 15 25.90 25.76 +.03 -.1 GlbMed n N GMRE .20p 9.83 6.34 102 9.49 711 9.75 9.33 +.09 +15.7 GlMed pfA N GMREpA 1.88 7.5 25.82 23.50 2 25.13 16 25.19 24.80 -.06 -.8 GlobNetL n N GNL .94 4.4 34 22.53 15.55 491 21.30 2671 21.82 21.21 -.04 +3.5 GlNetL pfA N GNLpA 1.81 7.2 25.97 24.06 8 25.25 41 25.35 25.08 +.05 -1.6sGlobPtrs N GLP 1.90f 9.2 21.05 15.17 42 20.60 343 21.05 20.25 -.10 +23.4sGlobPay s N GPN .04 41 121.43 92.90 535 122.15 2858 122.20 118.41 +3.48 +21.9 GlSlfStor n Q SELF .26 6.2 5.15 3.92 47 4.21 86 4.25 4.05 +.17 -8.7 GlbShipLs N GSL .40 34.5 1.94 .98 72 1.16 198 1.23 1.15 -.04 GlbShip pfB N GSLpB 2.19 8.9 25.36 20.66 7 24.60 17 24.88 24.50 -.18 +2.8 GlWatRs n Q GWRS .28 2.8 10.50 8.40 18 9.94 61 10.37 9.92 -.09 +6.4 GlbXNordic N GXF .83e 3.7 24.68 21.25 9 22.59 17 22.59 22.00 +.61 -.5 GbXSpDvE N SDEM .63e 17.90 13.45 13 13.84 83 13.87 13.63 +.14 -15.0 GbXSpdvRE Q SRET 1.24 7.9 15.88 13.72 54 15.65 336 15.80 15.62 -.04 +.7 GbXUSRota N SCTO .12p 28.03 24.71 2 27.26 6 27.43 27.25 +.07 +3.6 GblXEffic N EFFE .16p 27.69 25.00 26.87 23 26.97 26.87 +.17 +.9 GblXPortgl N PGAL .36e 2.8 13.33 11.54 2 12.65 102 12.65 12.30 +.32 +6.4 GblXColum N GXG .41e 4.0 11.51 9.33 91 10.23 443 10.25 9.86 +.30 +2.1 GblXEmFtr N EMFM .40e 1.8 26.16 20.66 1 21.62 5 21.66 20.87 +.73 -9.8 GbXMLP&E N MLPX .60 4.3 14.60 11.36 175 14.03 764 14.16 13.91 +.12 +3.2 GblXChMat N CHIM .24e 1.4 24.12 17.11 17.68 2 18.11 17.50 +.40 -15.2tGblXArg N ARGT .09e .3 38.46 26.06 29 27.27 138 27.48 26.06 +1.00 -22.8 GblXSDvUS N DIV 1.93 7.6 25.98 23.43 31 25.38 213 25.64 25.32 -.12 -.9 GXSupInPf N SPFF .99 8.2 12.75 11.65 30 12.02 261 12.04 11.91 +.09 -1.2 GblXGuru N GURU .28e .9 32.53 26.99 4 32.30 22 32.42 31.96 +.34 +8.8 GbXGreece N GREK .13e 1.5 11.56 8.31 235 8.85 2172 8.89 8.42 +.34 -13.9 GblXChCon N CHIQ .12e .8 19.98 15.05 24 15.82 304 16.01 15.50 +.27 -15.3 GblXSocM Q SOCL 39.03 29.51 37 33.05 203 33.19 32.12 +.97 +.3 GblX MLP N MLPA .90e 9.0 10.88 8.14 987 10.05 2666 10.08 9.96 +.07 +1.9 GblXFertil N SOIL .25e 2.4 11.01 9.33 2 10.58 5 10.64 10.45 +.19 +.5 GblXChiEn N CHIE .41e 3.3 13.77 10.88 0 12.50 7 12.50 11.98 +.43 +10.1 GblXSupDv N SDIV 1.42e 6.6 22.60 20.09 111 20.84 711 21.02 20.76 +.05 -4.3 GlbXChiFn N CHIX .34e 2.0 21.04 16.14 29 16.90 116 17.07 16.59 +.27 -6.1 GbXSEAsia N ASEA .42e 2.6 18.44 15.14 1 16.35 163 16.50 15.96 +.31 -3.8 GblXPakist N PAK 15.14 10.21 10 11.23 88 11.30 11.07 -.06 -9.3 GblXChiInd N CHII .35e 2.5 16.58 13.22 13.80 2 13.80 13.53 +.43 -9.7 GblXNorway N NORW .83e 5.8 14.95 12.61 86 14.41 234 14.51 14.10 +.41 +9.7 GbXNsChiT Q QQQC .07e .3 34.11 24.55 9 26.75 48 27.13 25.66 +1.16 -13.4sGblXScUS n N SCIU 32.96 28.52 55 32.96 71 33.00 32.76 +.25 +6.6 GblXScEu n N SCID 29.75 26.35 1 27.14 2 27.29 26.95 +.44 -2.1 GblXScAs n N SCIX 27.08 24.48 0 25.33 1 25.33 25.22 +.37 -2.2 GblXScJp n N SCIJ 33.72 28.93 1 29.30 6 29.47 29.07 +.29 -7.6 GbX Auto n Q DRIV 15.78 14.15 5 14.72 18 14.72 14.39 +.34 -3.7 GbX US pf n N PFFD 26.22 23.70 27 24.49 148 24.54 24.35 +.16 -1.6tGbXNigeria N NGE .31e 1.6 27.10 18.56 5 18.90 36 19.33 18.56 -.35 -12.9 GbX US Inf N PAVE 17.80 13.80 13 17.12 188 17.30 16.86 +.24 +2.0 GblFound n N BOSS 20.72 15.50 4 20.50 7 20.52 20.17 +.55 +18.4 GblX SupDv Q EFAS 19.06 16.72 0 17.20 3 17.30 17.10 +.14 -5.0 GblXYldco Q YLCO .51 4.3 12.89 11.36 55 11.95 124 12.03 11.75 +.15 -5.0 GblX Rob n Q BOTZ 27.42 19.97 447 22.27 2923 22.34 21.79 +.45 -6.0sGlbXCon ef Q KRMA 21.03 17.33 11 21.04 25 21.06 20.85 +.22 +8.3sGblXMilTh Q MILN 23.27 17.31 16 23.29 83 23.33 22.74 +.55 +20.9sGbX Longv Q LNGR 21.79 18.33 13 21.83 23 21.85 21.19 +.48 +12.2 GlX Intrn n Q SNSR 21.41 17.90 26 20.59 94 20.63 20.10 +.49 +3.7sGbX HlthW Q BFIT 19.52 15.68 0 19.51 2 19.52 19.29 +.47 +17.1 GblXSupdiv Q ALTY 1.25 8.1 16.00 14.06 9 15.37 58 15.68 15.34 -.01 +.5sGlX Fintc n Q FINX 28.47 19.36 211 28.72 1173 28.72 27.58 +1.09 +30.8 GlbXCop rs N COPX .43e 2.0 29.34 20.41 38 21.55 475 21.61 20.99 +.59 -21.2 GlbXSilv rs N SIL 36.36 23.84 174 25.21 615 25.41 24.17 +.70 -22.8 GlbXLith rs N LIT 41.21 30.79 289 31.91 1139 32.02 31.31 +.31 -17.7 GbX Gold rs N GOEX 25.21 18.62 14 19.62 41 19.79 18.75 +.57 -15.9 GbXUran rs N URA 16.36 11.81 114 12.64 959 12.72 12.41 +.13 -16.0sGlXCatholc Q CATH 35.64 29.72 48 35.66 65 35.66 35.39 +.30 +8.3 GlblScape A GSB .06 1.5 22 4.35 3.20 91 3.97 753 4.06 3.40 +.52 +11.8 Globalstar A GSAT 2.05 .40 1989 .52 10199 .56 .51 -.02 -60.2sGlobantSA N GLOB 64 59.97 34.82 1349 61.85 2672 62.62 53.24 +3.50 +33.1 GlobusM rs Q GLBS 2.26 .28 55 .38 493 .40 .36 +.01 -66.9 GlobusMed N GMED 44 57.55 27.79 324 52.33 1894 52.95 50.80 +.15 +27.3 Glowpoint A GLOW .65 .15 22 .17 519 .19 .16 -.01 -51.7sGluMobile Q GLUU 7.60 3.02 2754 7.64 14046 7.69 6.54 +.88 +109.9 GlycoMim Q GLYC 26.05 10.06 238 15.08 1348 16.35 14.32 +.57 -10.2 GoDaddy n N GDDY 80.42 41.26 2587 78.92 13864 78.95 72.58 +5.17 +57.0 Gogo Q GOGO 14.76 3.52 660 4.42 5468 4.69 4.36 -.15 -60.8tGolLinhs s N GOL 14.48 5.06 937 5.12 5111 6.28 5.03 -1.05 -41.6 GolLNGLtd Q GLNG .50f 1.9 35.54 19.32 2191 25.82 10895 26.55 23.66 +2.17 -13.4tGolLNGPt Q GMLP 2.31 15.9 23.46 14.27 555 14.50 2510 15.64 14.26 -.68 -36.4 GolrLNG pf Q GMLPP 2.19 8.6 26.70 24.22 21 25.40 130 25.70 25.15 +.08 -2.4 GoldFLtd N GFI .02e .8 4.70 2.36 4547 2.54 23616 2.61 2.39 +.05 -40.9 GoldResrc A GORO .02 .4 66 7.33 3.52 321 5.26 1953 5.31 4.89 +.25 +19.5 GoldStdV g A GSV 2.01 1.15 426 1.66 1239 1.67 1.43 +.24 -5.1 Goldcrp g N GG .24 2.2 15 15.55 10.38 7257 11.15 37370 11.28 10.63 +.41 -12.7 GoldBull n Q DNJR 9.46 4.40 3 6.72 33 7.29 6.51 -.13 +41.7 GoldenEnt Q GDEN 29 34.75 21.71 192 29.11 1202 29.72 26.57 +2.50 -10.8 GoldenMin A AUMN .65 .21 739 .26 1275 .30 .23 +.03 -40.7 GoldenOc rs Q GOGL .40 4.2 9.95 7.00 103 9.62 1566 9.94 9.08 +.61 +18.0 GoldStr g A GSS 6 .92 .56 390 .70 5125 .73 .68 -.02 -21.0 GldFld A GV 13 6.38 3.60 54 4.80 237 4.86 4.60 +.15 -2.0 GoldS pfJ N GSpJ 1.38 5.3 27.74 25.36 69 26.10 382 26.92 25.83 +.22 -1.5 GS BDC n N GSBD 1.80 8.1 12 23.10 18.78 57 22.33 280 22.39 22.14 +.18 +.7 GS ActbtInt N GSIE 32.48 28.16 85 29.41 708 29.47 29.02 +.41 -2.0 GS ActEM N GEM 39.44 31.33 178 32.92 557 32.95 32.11 +.67 -8.1 GS ActEur N GSEU .60e 33.94 29.73 4 30.89 20 30.96 30.37 +.63 -2.6 GS ActJpn N GSIY 36.02 30.58 0 32.51 7 32.62 32.32 +.23 -3.4 GS US LgC N GSEW 46.27 40.58 6 46.02 33 46.06 45.72 +.54 +5.8 GS HYBd n N GHYB 50.32 48.01 1 48.84 3 48.84 48.64 +.37 -1.4 GS CpBd n N GIGB 50.44 47.71 4 48.44 22 48.55 48.38 +.12 -3.5sGS ActLgC N GSLC 58.12 48.05 131 58.29 1477 58.30 57.67 +.66 +9.2 GS 0-1Yr n N GBIL 105.09 99.91 142 100.12 471 100.15 100.08 +.01 +.1 GS Indus n N GVIP 57.99 49.18 13 57.66 40 57.66 56.32 +1.22 +8.9sGS SCap n N GSSC 49.25 39.39 1 49.15 33 49.25 48.35 +.87 +13.5 GSCI37 N GSC 28.00 17.55 25.40 1 25.50 25.40 +.55 +5.9 GoldmanS N GS 3.20f 1.4 19 275.31 214.64 1948 235.11 11060 239.67 234.08 +1.73 -7.7 GoldS pfK N GSpK 1.59 5.8 29.55 26.63 43 27.19 200 27.19 26.89 +.31 -4.8 GoldS pfN N GSpN 28.34 25.95 43 26.64 213 26.64 26.35 +.22 -4.3sGoldS pfB N GSpB 1.55 5.7 26.91 25.20 9 26.97 31 26.97 26.31 +.48 +4.2 GoldS pfC N GSpC 1.02 4.2 25.27 21.52 3 24.24 38 24.40 24.06 +.16 +6.5 GoldS pfA N GSpA .96 4.1 23.97 21.25 21 23.22 158 23.54 23.20 -.16 +3.0 GoldS pfD N GSpD 1.02 4.4 23.52 21.46 45 22.99 305 23.13 22.93 -.02 +1.8 GS MLPEn N GER .64 9.4 7.29 5.25 200 6.78 1055 6.87 6.70 +.07 +10.2 GS MLPInc N GMZ 1.38 14.3 10.33 7.55 155 9.68 825 9.91 9.61 +.01 +8.3 GolubCap Q GBDC 1.28a 6.8 13 19.47 17.35 97 18.94 640 19.12 18.90 -.01 +4.1sGoodTimes Q GTIM 5.25 2.25 52 4.85 527 5.25 4.30 +.58 +83.0 GoodrPet n A GDP 15.75 8.20 24 13.17 154 13.64 12.54 +.11 +20.7 Goodyear Q GT .56 2.4 8 36.07 20.75 2005 23.58 13948 24.85 23.50 -.43 -27.0 GoosehIn n Q GSHD 29.73 10.78 52 26.46 271 27.90 26.00 -.15 +68.0 GoPro Q GPRO 11.89 4.42 2268 6.42 10492 6.63 6.20 +.22 -15.2 GordPoin n Q GRAQ 9.85 9.70 9.80 +1.0 GordPoi un Q GPAQU 10.40 9.97 0 10.37 0 10.37 10.37 -.03 +3.7 GorsHl A n Q GSHT 10.49 9.85 93 10.26 407 10.30 10.23 -.02 +3.2 GoresHl un Q GSHTU 11.40 10.25 10.90 7 10.90 10.80 -.30 +5.2 GormanR N GRC .50 1.3 33 38.07 26.53 50 37.48 158 37.88 36.97 +.49 +20.1 GovPrpIT Q GOV 1.72 10.2 28 19.60 11.87 454 16.94 3318 17.18 16.65 -.03 -8.6 GovPrpIT46 Q GOVNI 1.47 5.8 26.37 24.28 11 25.30 59 25.45 25.21 +.04 -2.1 vjGrace N GRA .96 1.4 21 77.37 58.48 905 70.95 3563 71.03 68.32 +.53 +1.2 Graco s N GGG .53 1.1 15 49.69 37.33 377 46.37 2235 47.12 46.20 -.11 +2.5 GrahamCp N GHM .40f 1.4 20 28.98 17.97 21 27.83 103 28.55 26.74 -.13 +33.0 GrahamH s N GHC 5.32f .9 21 625.45 536.90 11 566.50 58 579.20 560.05 -2.60 +1.5sGraingr N GWW 5.44 1.5 26 372.06 155.00 353 365.15 2474 372.06 358.41 +7.42 +54.6 Grmrcy pfA N GPTpA 1.78 7.0 27.76 24.41 1 25.44 6 25.48 25.37 +.01 -5.5 GrmPrTr rs N GPT 1.50 5.5 31.26 21.12 908 27.34 5341 27.39 27.33 -.02 +2.6 GranTrra g A GTE 3.61 1.93 772 3.31 4783 3.34 3.11 +.21 +22.6 GranaMon N GRAM .25e 7.3 5.15 2.25 42 3.43 198 3.77 3.25 -.13 +20.4sGrCanyEd Q LOPE 26 123.30 78.83 260 119.97 1661 123.30 119.05 -.81 +34.0 GraniteC N GVA .52 1.2 22 68.58 40.76 749 44.56 2808 45.00 43.70 +.51 -29.7 GranitPnt n N GPMT 1.60f 8.5 57 19.30 16.15 227 18.79 2096 19.03 18.70 +.09 +5.9 GraniteRE N GRP/U 2.30 42.53 36.24 0 41.92 11 42.50 41.77 -.56 +7.3 Gran Gld n N BAR 142.87 117.15 18 120.29 83 120.65 118.18 +2.08 -7.7 GranCom n N COMB 27.39 24.54 17 25.02 76 25.13 24.87 -.03 -4.4 GranSP n N COMG 32.29 24.96 0 29.48 12 29.48 28.57 +.79 +6.5 GrphTInt n N EAF 24.36 14.44 2153 18.75 7108 18.89 17.46 +1.20 +21.0 GraphPkg N GPK .30 2.1 15 16.74 12.65 1291 14.36 13865 14.42 13.96 +.18 -7.1 Gravity rs Q GRVY 18 108.97 18.12 20 41.00 99 43.99 38.57 +.44 -56.6 GrayTelev N GTN 13 17.80 10.70 319 17.00 3126 17.20 16.73 +.10 +1.5sGrayTvA N GTN/A 24 16.00 9.50 1 15.80 5 16.00 15.20 +.55 +10.1 GrtAjax n N AJX 1.20 8.8 9 14.69 12.27 26 13.56 223 13.83 13.49 +.06 -1.9 GrtAjx24 n N AJXA 26.80 24.54 2 25.47 27 25.50 24.95 +.23 +.4 GrElCp hn Q GECC 1.00 10.2 11.30 8.76 20 9.77 147 9.93 9.43 +.27 -.7 GrElm22 n Q GECCL 1.63 6.3 26.97 24.75 6 25.70 12 25.99 25.70 -.15 +1.0 GrElm25 n Q GECCM 1.69 6.7 25.35 24.10 10 25.10 28 25.29 25.10 -.09 +2.6 GrElm hn Q GEC 4.40 2.96 6 3.05 47 3.15 3.00 -24.7sGrLkDrge Q GLDD 5.85 3.60 70 5.75 729 5.85 5.30 +.35 +6.5 GtPanSilv g A GPL 1.46 .78 350 .90 2534 .91 .84 +.01 -30.4 GrtSoBc Q GSBC 1.12 1.9 17 61.65 47.80 16 60.25 86 61.35 59.35 +.65 +16.7 GrtWstBcp N GWB 1.00 2.3 17 46.03 33.27 125 43.43 868 44.42 43.22 -.16 +9.1 GreenBncp Q GNBC .40 1.6 19 25.15 19.50 143 24.50 678 24.60 23.75 +.38 +20.7 GreenBrick Q GRBK 14 12.50 8.90 223 10.10 804 10.70 9.90 -.20 -10.6sGreenDot N GDOT 44 87.13 46.12 215 85.66 1028 87.13 84.27 +.63 +42.2 GreenPlns Q GPRE .48 2.7 90 21.90 15.25 797 18.00 3817 18.35 17.35 +.75 +6.8tGrnP LP n Q GPP 1.90 12.5 8 20.39 15.30 51 15.20 284 15.95 15.20 -.35 -18.7 Greensky n Q GSKY 27.02 14.49 2261 19.45 6847 19.53 17.49 +1.19 -16.7 GreenTrH n N GHG 25.10 10.75 390 12.99 1108 14.75 12.50 -1.58 +.3 GreenbCos N GBX .92f 1.5 13 60.15 41.95 408 59.70 1828 60.05 57.15 +2.05 +12.0 GrCB NY s Q GCBC .40f 1.2 26 38.00 22.16 2 34.50 19 34.99 34.04 +.10 +5.8 Greenhill N GHL .20 .7 33.45 13.80 184 29.65 1129 30.50 29.25 -.60 +52.1stGreenlAc rt Q GLACR .38 .31 3 .45 36 .45 .31 +.12 +25.0 GreenlAc un Q GLACU 11.17 10.10 12 10.20 62 10.20 10.12 +.05 +.8 GreenlAc n Q GLAC 9.69 9.65 31 9.65 32 9.66 9.65 -.01 -.1 Greenlight Q GLRE 23.00 12.60 302 12.90 1360 13.55 12.78 -.25 -35.8 Greenpro n Q GRNQ 22.70 4.50 4 5.47 14 6.50 4.65 +.52 -75.2 Greif A N GEF 1.68 3.1 17 65.60 47.97 130 53.85 429 53.90 52.28 +.86 -11.1 Greif B N GEF/B 2.51e 4.3 13 71.95 52.50 4 58.35 30 58.35 56.50 +1.20 -15.9 GrdsmHld n Q GSUM 13.99 3.68 33 5.57 388 5.83 4.93 -.31 -39.1 Griffin Q GRIF .40f 1.0 46.50 32.50 5 40.02 16 40.11 39.16 +.54 +9.0 Griffon N GFF .28f 1.5 19 24.50 16.80 85 18.35 646 18.58 17.75 +.17 -9.8 GrifolsSA s Q GRFS .46e 2.2 25.18 19.94 302 21.26 2856 21.30 20.50 +.78 -7.2 GrinrdSh n Q GRIN 20.50 8.53 12 9.50 260 16.00 8.56 +.60 -44.1 Group1 N GPI 1.00 1.3 11 84.47 53.04 97 78.53 968 81.16 78.44 +.27 +10.7 Groupon Q GRPN 5.99 3.95 5444 4.54 28836 4.70 4.40 +.13 -11.0 GrubHub N GRUB 141.06 49.60 800 138.44 6390 140.50 126.43 +11.04 +92.8 GAeroPac N PAC 3.21e 2.2 112.28 82.19 56 98.96 223 99.27 91.40 +6.88 -3.7 GpAeroCN Q OMAB 1.71e 3.5 20 52.21 37.45 102 49.55 466 49.96 47.16 +1.65 +19.5 GpoASur N ASR 3.31e 208.09 152.41 25 184.79 125 190.37 173.68 +11.94 +1.2 GpoAvalAc N AVAL .40 5.0 9.51 7.53 60 7.94 802 8.10 7.62 +.14 -6.6tGrpoFin Q GGAL .36e 1.4 73.45 27.36 1521 26.40 4828 29.90 25.84 -2.89 -59.9 GpoSimec A SIM 11.73 8.26 1 9.14 18 9.38 8.68 -.08 -2.2tGpSuprvi n N SUPV 33.85 8.63 12893 6.11 16511 9.50 6.06 -3.28 -79.2 GpTelevisa N TV 26.43 14.20 708 18.28 6529 18.65 18.11 +.10 -2.1tGuangRy N GSH .63e 2.8 37.43 21.83 17 21.88 76 23.31 21.57 -.86 -34.5 GuarntyBc Q GBNK .65 2.1 20 35.20 24.70 91 31.65 303 31.75 30.85 +.81 +14.5 GuarBcs n Q GNTY .56 1.8 20 37.36 28.00 10 30.95 45 31.18 30.02 +.74 +1.0 GuarFBc Q GFED .48 1.9 36 25.00 20.41 0 25.00 2 25.00 24.91 +.10 +12.0 Guess N GES .90 3.8 26.15 11.98 407 23.39 2944 23.96 22.70 +.78 +38.6 GuggBAB N GBAB 1.66 7.6 23.29 20.97 29 21.90 134 21.94 21.60 +.32 -3.7 GugCrdAllo N GGM 2.18 9.6 23.88 21.08 9 22.69 80 22.69 22.30 +.33 +3.5 GugSPGth N RPG .59e .5 117.34 94.92 109.46 +4.4 GugEMk EW N EWEM .56e 1.6 37.81 32.75 35.51 +2.2 GugSCVal N RZV .67e .9 76.68 60.28 70.78 -3.2 RydxMatls N RTM 1.19e 1.1 118.47 97.83 105.06 -6.8 GugHlthC N RYH .75e .4 199.28 168.00 179.20 -.2 GugEnhEq N GPM .96 10.7 9.42 7.72 85 8.97 549 9.18 8.85 +.13 +.8 GugCdnEn N ENY .49e 5.9 8.98 7.25 8.31 -1.0 GugB18HY N BSJI 1.28e 4.6 25.36 24.73 25.11 GugDefEq N DEF .85e 1.8 49.26 42.65 46.41 -.2 GugStrOp N GOF 2.19 10.0 22.39 18.80 96 21.89 536 21.97 21.79 -.05 +1.4sGuidewire N GWRE 98.34 70.06 789 99.38 2744 100.33 94.11 +4.13 +33.8 GulfIsland Q GIFI .04 .4 13.95 6.90 23 9.65 191 10.00 9.30 +.10 -28.1 GulfRes Q GURE 2 2.05 1.05 11 1.21 117 1.23 1.11 +.08 -17.7 GlfmrkOf n A GLF 39.00 17.80 11 37.33 50 37.98 36.93 -.04 +31.0 GulfportE Q GPOR 6 15.08 8.11 2270 11.69 18226 12.08 10.92 +.55 -8.4 Gyrodyne n Q GYRO 2.50e 22.84 18.91 20.51 1 20.51 20.43 -.00 +2.1H -:H&E Eqp Q HEES 1.10 3.2 11 44.24 20.16 144 34.36 1290 34.83 32.72 +1.08 -15.5sHCA Hldg N HCA .35p 20 132.40 71.18 692 131.36 6318 132.40 130.09 -.21 +49.5 HCI Grp N HCI 1.50 3.6 44.25 27.11 44 42.16 190 42.38 40.40 +1.20 +41.0 HCP Inc N HCP 1.48 5.5 15 30.59 21.48 1083 26.72 9843 27.44 26.48 -.50 +2.5sHD Supply Q HDS 13 46.29 30.02 1176 44.95 5608 46.29 44.37 +.34 +12.3 HDFC Bk N HDB .37e .4 112.10 89.07 363 100.13 2316 101.87 99.10 +.14 -1.5 HECO pfU N HEpU 1.62 6.2 28.05 25.05 26.32 1 26.32 26.23 -.15 -.5sHF Foods n Q HFFG 15.44 9.75 125 13.70 392 15.44 11.30 +1.72 +38.9 HFF Inc N HF 1.80e 20 51.74 32.99 122 45.43 904 46.45 43.94 +1.11 -6.6 HL Acqui n Q HCCH 10.47 9.51 79 9.58 79 9.58 9.58 -.01 +.3 HL Acq un Q HCCHU 10.43 10.05 10.35 15 10.35 10.35 -.03 +2.8 HL Acq rt Q HCCHR .44 .35 .41 1 .41 .41 +.03 +7.9 HMG A HMG 16.33 8.94 0 14.40 3 15.30 14.13 -.15 +15.3 HMN Fn Q HMNF 19 21.90 17.08 0 20.90 3 21.00 20.55 -.10 +9.4 HMS Hldgs Q HMSY 79 32.50 11.01 387 31.46 2134 32.38 31.22 -.46 +85.6 HNI Corp N HNI 1.18 2.7 21 45.40 31.16 96 44.11 522 44.20 42.69 +1.20 +14.4sHP Inc N HPQ .56f 2.3 9 24.80 18.41 12856 24.15 42580 24.80 23.68 -.39 +14.9tHSBC N HSBC 1.50e 3.4 55.89 44.41 919 44.52 5624 45.26 44.41 -.40 -13.8 HSBC prA N HSBCpA 1.55 5.9 26.62 25.52 51 26.28 220 26.30 26.12 +.11 +1.8 HTG Mol h Q HTGM 5.83 1.59 242 3.39 1430 3.43 3.11 +.09 +67.0 HV Bcp n Q HVBC .50e 18.50 13.75 6 15.00 16 15.90 14.95 -.33 -1.4 HabitRest Q HABT 95 17.05 8.10 183 16.20 1389 16.92 15.95 -.65 +69.6sHackettGp Q HCKT .34f 1.7 19 19.93 13.41 165 20.31 611 20.44 18.77 +1.55 +29.3 Haemonet N HAE 108.37 41.10 251 106.86 1723 108.00 102.75 +3.35 +84.0 Hailiang n Q HLG 88.92 14.07 23 73.87 175 75.23 71.14 +1.85 +63.4 HainCels lf Q HAIN 44.37 25.41 1201 28.52 5759 29.42 28.22 -.58 -32.7 HalconRs n N HK 9.07 3.56 2558 4.15 16802 4.26 3.92 +.20 -45.2 HalladorE Q HNRG .16 2.6 7 7.98 4.79 89 6.10 427 6.44 6.00 +.06 +.2 Hallibrtn N HAL .72 1.8 57.86 38.28 5121 40.81 25639 41.53 39.91 +.84 -16.5 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 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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HallmkFn Q HALL 11.83 8.62 9 11.08 80 11.16 10.66 +.23 +6.2 Halozyme Q HALO 35 21.48 11.41 1296 17.97 6263 18.85 16.93 +.80 -11.3tHamiltnBc Q HBK 16.20 13.50 2 14.80 20 14.80 13.50 +.45 -3.9 HamBchBr N HBB .34 1.4 41.00 20.97 30 24.97 117 26.06 24.10 -.67 -2.8 HamilLa n Q HLNE .85 1.8 47 54.59 21.36 90 46.35 516 47.40 45.85 -.68 +31.0tHancJaf n Q HJLI 5.64 2.22 33 2.10 118 2.46 2.10 -.35 -59.9 HancFinOp N BTO 1.48 3.8 41.00 31.24 21 38.97 167 39.25 38.70 +.08 -.9 HanJS N JHS .87e 6.4 15.12 12.97 14 13.69 118 13.69 13.52 +.17 -7.8 HanJI N JHI 1.45e 8.8 18.85 15.85 10 16.56 69 16.56 16.38 +.14 -5.4 HanPrmDv N PDT 1.08a 6.7 17.33 14.50 42 16.14 212 16.30 16.08 -.04 -5.8sHanPfEq N HPI 1.68 7.5 22.40 19.73 23 22.35 198 22.42 21.89 +.42 +4.3 HanPfd2 N HPF 1.68 7.8 21.94 19.39 26 21.41 145 21.49 21.30 +.11 -.4 HanPfd3 N HPS 1.47 7.8 18.95 16.80 35 18.79 229 18.80 18.49 +.28 +.2 HanTxAdv N HTD 1.45 6.2 26.23 21.00 75 23.34 439 23.83 23.19 -.34 -5.4 HancWhit Q HWC .96 1.9 17 56.40 41.05 201 51.65 1120 53.00 51.05 -.25 +4.3 HancWht 45 Q HWCPL 1.49 5.8 26.67 25.00 3 25.73 12 25.82 25.62 -.21 -1.3 Hanesbds s N HBI .60 3.4 9 25.73 16.38 7236 17.64 33441 19.23 17.44 -.76 -15.6 HanmiFin Q HAFC .96 3.7 14 33.10 24.25 108 26.30 706 26.65 25.65 +.55 -13.3 HannArms N HASI 1.32 6.2 33 25.28 17.33 176 21.14 1268 21.43 20.89 +.18 -12.1sHanoverIns N THG 2.16 1.7 69 131.44 87.91 108 127.57 895 131.44 127.06 -2.48 +18.0 HanovIns53 N THGA 1.59 6.2 25.90 25.02 3 25.50 47 25.51 25.35 +.10 +.7 Hanwha rs Q HQCL 21 9.25 5.40 28 8.35 141 8.45 8.11 +.16 +18.9 HarbrOne n Q HONE 64 20.19 15.92 36 19.83 135 19.95 19.02 +.72 +3.5 HarleyD N HOG 1.48 3.5 15 56.50 39.34 1060 42.85 7397 43.44 42.28 +.59 -15.8sHarmonic Q HLIT 5.45 2.80 457 5.55 1681 5.65 5.15 +.30 +32.1 HarmonyG N HMY .05 2.53 1.43 4818 1.60 20095 1.65 1.45 +.11 -14.4 HarrisCorp N HRS 2.28 1.4 29 170.54 117.46 273 163.23 3081 166.84 161.68 -1.43 +15.2sHarsco N HSC .20m .7 70 27.35 15.55 502 27.45 2633 27.70 25.35 +2.15 +47.2tHarteHk rs N HHS 12.16 6.76 2 7.79 121 7.87 6.76 +.73 HrtMuOp n N HMOP 42.46 39.53 39.66 0 39.66 39.66 -.14 -1.3 HartfFn42 N HGH 1.97 6.9 31.34 28.21 40 28.60 229 28.79 28.53 +.08 -2.3 HartfdFn N HIG 1.20f 2.4 17 59.20 49.67 3030 50.00 18351 52.60 49.82 -1.96 -11.2 HrvrdBio Q HBIO 6.70 2.65 208 6.00 1706 6.45 5.35 -.35 +81.8 HarvCapCr Q HCAP 1.14a 10.3 8 13.92 9.90 13 11.06 128 11.41 11.01 +.08 +.9 HarvCr22 n Q HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 27.50 24.89 25.70 6 25.70 25.55 +.09 +1.0 Hasbro Q HAS 2.52 2.5 62 107.58 79.00 563 100.99 3567 101.42 98.45 +2.46 +11.1 Haverty N HVT .72 3.2 23 27.23 17.70 63 22.35 325 22.50 21.80 +.48 -1.3 HavertyA N HVT/A .38a 1.7 17 27.10 18.00 0 22.00 0 22.00 22.00 +.42 -5.8 HawaiiEl N HE 1.24 3.5 24 38.72 31.72 306 35.29 2139 35.72 34.97 -.47 -2.4 HawHold Q HA .48 1.2 6 44.30 32.40 419 41.40 2641 44.25 40.65 -1.35 +3.9sHawkins Q HWKN .88 2.1 21 42.80 30.55 13 42.00 156 42.80 39.45 +2.00 +19.3sHawthornB Q HWBK .40 1.8 17 22.48 18.37 15 22.46 21 22.48 22.05 +.21 +12.5 HaymkAc n Q HYAC 9.85 9.50 1002 9.78 1221 9.80 9.75 -.02 +2.3 HaymkA un Q HYACU 10.40 9.88 7 10.35 214 10.35 10.25 +.10 +4.5 HaynesIntl Q HAYN .88 2.3 45.14 29.63 67 38.41 263 39.37 37.74 +.33 +19.8 Hc2 Hldgs N HCHC 1.29 7.79 4.30 64 6.37 884 6.58 6.18 +.11 +7.1 HlthCSvc Q HCSG .78f 1.9 56.20 35.04 296 41.21 2022 42.04 40.81 +.20 -21.8sHlthInsInn Q HIIQ 42 57.03 12.65 229 55.85 2031 57.03 51.65 +2.70 +123.8 HlthcrRlty N HR 1.20 3.9 49 34.26 26.09 439 30.72 2979 31.25 30.49 -.07 -4.4 HlthcreTr N HTA 1.22 4.3 55 31.87 24.06 1051 28.60 5771 29.22 28.52 -.31 -4.8sHealthEqty Q HQY 88.30 40.21 559 88.24 2008 89.09 85.59 +1.19 +89.1sHlthStrm Q HSTM 1.00e 75 31.23 21.15 57 31.29 443 31.36 29.86 +1.08 +35.1 HrtlndEx Q HTLD .08 .4 22 25.22 17.38 243 20.12 1313 20.56 19.65 +.28 -13.8sHeartFn Q HTLF .56f .9 20 61.95 42.10 102 61.25 611 61.95 60.15 +.55 +14.2 HeatBio rs Q HTBX 7.89 1.09 80 1.95 748 1.99 1.80 +.06 -49.1tHebronTc n Q HEBT 3.75 1.25 66 1.48 170 1.61 1.25 +.08 -43.7 HeclaM N HL .01e .3 5.54 2.62 6026 2.88 21117 2.95 2.66 +.15 -27.5 HeclaM pfB N HLpB 3.50 6.4 61.99 51.27 54.50 0 54.50 53.00 +.50 +2.8 Heico s N HEI .13 97.32 64.53 202 80.42 1144 80.96 77.78 +2.42 Heico A s N HEI/A 53 79.00 55.80 98 68.20 416 68.35 66.50 +1.65 sHeidrkStr Q HSII .52 1.2 45.29 17.90 113 44.05 970 45.29 41.00 +2.45 +79.4 HelenTroy Q HELE 15 119.25 81.10 134 117.05 609 118.35 115.35 +1.55 +21.5tHeliosM rs Q HMNY 9714.50 .02 148155 .02 590892 .03 .01 -.01 -100.0 Helius Med n Q HSDT 13.20 7.47 15 10.11 76 10.25 9.85 +.07 +29.4 HelixEn N HLX 5 10.42 5.44 589 9.21 4773 9.30 8.82 +.27 +22.1 HelmPayne N HP 2.80f 4.3 75.02 42.16 687 65.83 4475 66.17 62.47 +3.32 +1.8 HemisMda Q HMTV 13.95 10.50 32 13.55 147 13.90 13.35 -.05 +17.3tHemisphrx rs A HEB .65 .15 126 .27 1200 .30 .15 -.01 -22.0 HennesAd s Q HNNA .40 2.7 7 20.00 14.29 13 14.66 57 15.05 14.55 +.16 -11.4 HennCap n A HCAC 11.00 8.97 1 10.12 120 10.14 10.05 +.03 +3.3 HSchein s Q HSIC 31 89.34 62.56 961 81.15 4638 82.73 80.21 +.81 +16.1 Herbalif s N HLF 25 60.41 32.13 1081 57.56 4513 58.13 55.60 +1.49 HercHld n N HRI 72.99 36.28 138 50.97 706 53.53 50.54 -.32 -18.6 HercTGC N HTGC 1.24 9.2 11 13.97 11.55 364 13.49 1879 13.70 13.46 -.11 +2.8 HercTG 24 N HTGX 1.56 6.2 25.77 25.01 2 25.25 15 25.28 25.13 +.03 -1.4 HrtgeCo Q HTBK .44 2.7 19 18.10 12.76 299 16.01 1412 16.19 15.48 +.44 +4.5 HrtgeFn Q HFWA .60 1.7 25 37.38 25.25 123 36.25 973 36.50 35.35 +.70 +17.7 HeritageIns N HRTG .24 1.6 19.15 8.85 143 14.99 926 15.64 14.51 -.50 -16.8 HeritCryst Q HCCI 34 25.20 17.10 71 23.55 670 24.00 22.50 +.90 +8.3 HernTher h Q HRTX 42.90 14.40 804 39.25 3178 41.10 37.70 +1.15 +116.9 Hersha pfC N HTpC 1.72 7.0 25.79 23.82 0 24.64 2 24.82 24.56 +.07 -2.0sHersha rs N HT 1.12 4.9 29 22.68 16.60 224 22.65 1439 22.72 21.52 +.49 +30.2 Hersha pfD N HTpD 1.63 7.0 25.94 22.61 10 23.38 72 23.50 23.16 +.14 -5.2 Hersha pfE N HTpE 26.30 22.66 8 23.48 25 23.48 23.21 +.18 -5.1 Hershey N HSY 2.89f 2.9 22 115.82 89.10 918 99.77 4538 102.77 98.66 -1.71 -12.1 HertzGl N HTZ 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9 2.85 32 3.05 2.80 -.13 -23.0 HghwyH Q HIHO .40e 9.9 6.55 3.30 50 4.05 194 4.23 3.95 +.05 -3.6 HighwdPrp N HIW 1.85 3.7 26 53.34 41.34 207 49.47 1750 50.81 49.15 -.92 -2.8sHill-Rom N HRC .80 .8 25 98.74 71.91 291 98.13 1402 98.96 95.55 +2.64 +16.4sHillenInc N HI .83 1.6 25 53.00 34.65 160 51.40 1219 53.00 50.70 -.60 +15.0 HillmCT pf A HLMp 2.90 9.6 36.78 26.41 3 30.30 17 30.76 30.09 +.15 -11.8 HilltopH N HTH .28 1.3 11 28.32 20.46 202 21.13 1218 21.27 20.79 +.05 -16.6 HilGrVa n N HGV 47.75 30.94 1043 32.52 5966 33.44 32.37 -.08 -22.5 Hilton N HLT .60 .8 39 88.11 61.10 2149 77.11 12800 77.60 76.12 -.09 -3.4 HimaxTch Q HIMX .10e 1.6 44 13.95 5.70 1213 6.39 7807 6.47 5.76 +.60 -38.7 HingmSv Q HIFS 1.40f .6 19 242.00 174.99 1 220.71 4 221.89 218.14 +1.91 +6.6 Histogenics Q HSGX 3.35 1.60 153 2.41 1107 2.62 2.32 -.23 +17.6 HoeghLP N HMLP 1.76f 9.7 11 19.85 15.33 130 18.20 665 18.50 17.78 +.35 -2.4 Hoegh pfA N HMLPpA 2.19 8.6 27.42 25.02 5 25.52 94 25.61 25.45 +.07 -5.2 HollyEngy N HEP 2.64f 8.6 15 36.02 26.09 272 30.69 750 31.96 30.43 -.87 -5.5 HollyFront N HFC 1.32 1.8 18 83.28 27.04 1356 73.58 8294 74.38 68.66 +5.27 +43.7 Hollysys Q HOLI .12e .6 10 28.35 16.00 248 21.43 1111 21.99 20.91 +.32 -3.8 Hologic Q HOLX 45.09 35.10 1300 39.06 10584 39.12 37.84 +.73 -8.6 HomeBLA Q HBCP .76f 1.7 21 48.47 34.12 20 45.59 64 46.32 44.90 -.35 +5.5 HomeBcs s Q HOMB .48f 2.0 22 25.89 20.82 231 23.74 1926 24.41 23.64 -.09 +2.1 HomeDp N HD 4.12 2.0 26 207.61 146.89 3053 201.30 20937 203.55 195.40 +5.74 +6.2sHmFdB LA Q HFBL .56f 1.6 21 35.98 26.00 3 35.05 25 35.98 32.50 +1.92 +24.6 HomeStreet Q HMST 27 32.60 24.20 58 29.55 358 30.18 29.33 +.05 +2.1 HometBk n Q HMTA .16 1.2 15.79 10.73 6 13.12 9 13.56 13.00 -.39 +17.4sHomeTrBc Q HTBI 28 30.00 22.50 22 29.40 90 30.00 29.25 -.15 +14.2tHomolMd n Q FIXX 24.40 15.07 63 16.00 381 17.37 15.07 -.19 -14.3 Honda N HMC .84e 2.8 37.29 27.41 579 29.68 2030 30.70 29.64 -.32 -12.9 HonwllIntl N HON 2.98 1.9 74 165.13 134.50 2480 157.51 12830 158.84 154.82 +2.34 +2.7 HookerFu Q HOFT .56 1.2 18 52.75 35.90 71 47.90 154 48.40 46.28 +1.45 +12.8 HopeBcp Q HOPE .56f 3.2 16 19.86 15.10 448 17.61 2862 17.92 17.49 +.01 -3.5 HopFedBc Q HFBC .28f 1.6 22 17.75 13.51 0 17.00 4 17.00 16.45 -.25 +20.6 HorMan N HMN 1.14 2.5 28 47.65 33.85 54 46.30 531 46.85 45.30 +.45 +5.0 HorizBcp s Q HBNC .40 1.9 19 22.13 16.67 89 20.82 409 21.24 20.59 -.01 +12.3 HorizGbl n N HZN 18.24 5.13 112 7.51 875 7.77 7.29 -.12 -46.4 HorizPhm Q HZNP 21.25 11.17 1095 20.19 5845 20.90 19.84 -.38 +38.3 HorizTFn Q HRZN 1.20 11.0 10 11.97 9.66 52 10.93 308 11.24 10.82 +.01 -2.6 HorizFn22 n N HTFA 26.00 25.26 25.56 3 25.70 25.56 -.03 +.6 Hor OEXcc Q QYLD 2.26e 9.0 25.50 22.67 179 25.06 819 25.26 24.86 -.04 +2.2 HorzDAX Q DAX .60m 2.1 34.00 27.46 3 28.78 7 28.83 28.19 +.72 -8.9 HorzSPCvC N HSPX 2.52e 3.6 53.15 46.37 29 52.26 93 52.52 51.90 +.20 +3.9 HorGKWld N KLDW 35.73 30.72 4 34.38 44 34.44 33.78 +.50 +2.7 Horz Saba n N CEFS 23.00 19.87 3 20.09 20 20.11 20.00 -.01 -6.1 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115.26 111.01 856 112.51 4469 112.51 111.97 +.59 -1.4 iShEurFn Q EUFN .74e 3.7 25.85 19.38 1049 20.12 24400 20.23 19.73 +.43 -13.7 iShAsiaexJ Q AAXJ 1.30e 1.8 83.52 67.86 871 71.48 2906 71.56 69.81 +1.66 -6.3 iShChinaLC N FXI .87e 2.0 54.00 40.04 24171 42.60 131673 42.89 41.42 +1.08 -7.7siShTransp N IYT 1.70e .8 206.90 162.38 85 203.42 1043 206.90 202.57 +1.15 +6.2 iShChinaSC N ECNS 1.73e 3.6 56.49 45.21 2 47.81 6 48.24 45.86 +1.67 -5.4siSCorSP500 N IVV 4.38e 1.5 289.36 243.45 2452 289.52 12417 289.72 287.07 +2.48 +7.7 iSMornMC N JKG 2.32e 1.2 194.94 166.17 5 191.72 31 192.52 190.62 +1.10 +3.3 iShEMInfr Q EMIF .93e 3.3 35.28 27.42 2 27.92 21 28.28 27.64 +.17 -15.2 iShGClnEn Q ICLN .33e 3.8 10.08 8.30 46 8.69 287 8.81 8.58 +.16 -6.8 iShUSAgBd N AGG 2.65e 2.3 110.66 105.00 3650 106.73 12599 106.73 106.49 +.27 -2.4 iShEMkts N EEM .59e 1.4 52.08 41.13 69240 43.37 304940 43.40 42.17 +1.16 -8.0 iShACWX Q ACWX 1.00e 2.1 53.74 45.77 163 47.57 1374 47.64 46.90 +.81 -4.8 iShiBoxIG N LQD 3.87 3.3 121.85 113.72 5152 116.24 25891 116.37 115.85 +.27 -4.4 iSh ACWI Q ACWI 1.43e 1.9 77.54 66.16 1385 73.49 7878 73.56 72.68 +.93 +1.9 iSKokusai N TOK 1.60e 2.4 69.65 60.17 66.79 3 67.04 66.69 +.26 +3.3 iShCorUSTr N GOVT .33 1.3 25.60 24.26 742 24.65 3639 24.67 24.60 +.05 -1.7 iSEafeSC Q SCZ 1.51e 2.4 69.19 59.37 707 62.15 3768 62.27 61.02 +1.24 -3.6 iSGblTelcm N IXP 2.31e 4.1 62.55 53.47 9 56.76 150 57.21 56.42 -.19 -6.2 iShEMBd Q EMB 5.27e 4.9 117.46 105.17 1955 107.40 13308 107.70 106.63 +.38 -7.5 iShGblTech N IXN 1.10e .6 174.94 135.84 34 173.65 258 173.68 169.42 +3.57 +13.0 iShAaa-ACp N QLTA 1.51e 3.0 53.16 50.03 6 50.89 27 50.99 50.84 +.03 -3.7siSMrnMCG N JKH .59e .3 231.76 180.77 3 233.22 17 233.25 227.87 +6.17 +15.2 iShIndones N EIDO .35e 1.5 30.61 21.90 1237 23.88 4890 24.04 23.05 +1.02 -16.0siSSP500Gr N IVW 2.03e 1.2 172.96 138.20 423 173.46 2381 173.52 171.08 +2.10 +13.5 iShNYMun s N NYF 56.36 54.26 16 54.79 63 54.83 54.68 +.11 -1.8 iShGblHcr s N IXJ 61.56 53.45 34 61.27 3922 61.34 60.67 +.64 iShGnmaBd Q GNMA .75e 1.5 50.11 47.84 16 48.54 45 48.66 48.30 +.13 -1.9 iShGblFin N IXG 1.28e 1.9 76.01 63.00 64 66.10 252 66.75 65.82 +.22 -5.5siShUSAQlt N QUAL 1.04e 1.2 88.63 73.62 325 88.78 1154 88.82 87.83 +1.05 +7.1 iSSPGlbEn N IXC 1.01e 2.7 39.50 30.58 75 36.79 1510 36.98 35.85 +1.03 +3.5 iShCalMn s N CMF 59.75 57.68 47 58.63 204 58.66 58.52 +.12 -.9 iSh CMBS N CMBS 1.00 2.0 52.29 49.27 9 50.25 57 50.40 50.13 +.17 -2.0 iShUSASize N SIZE 1.26e 1.4 88.35 75.90 3 88.13 18 88.23 87.50 +.55 +5.1 iSGblInfra N IGF 1.27e 2.9 46.80 41.66 1731 43.07 3039 43.27 42.83 +.17 -4.8 iShNANatR N IGE .85e 2.4 38.33 30.59 133 35.98 928 36.16 35.09 +.91 +1.5 iSh JPXNik N JPXN 70.78 58.84 1 62.12 14 62.18 61.72 +.33 -4.3 iShUSAVal N VLUE 1.49e 1.7 89.40 73.08 226 87.75 872 88.28 87.29 +.52 +4.9 iShLatAm N ILF .60e 2.0 39.54 28.68 1781 30.13 8115 30.58 29.73 -.35 -11.8siShUSAMo N MTUM .81e .7 115.62 90.67 562 116.40 3746 116.46 113.43 +2.88 +12.9siShMrnMCV N JKI 2.72e 1.7 172.45 144.10 11 164.47 84 172.45 163.67 +.64 +3.1 iShPhilpns N EPHE .20e .6 40.19 28.80 215 32.98 1221 33.01 31.34 +1.03 -15.0 iSSP500Val N IVE 2.14e 1.8 121.12 103.71 302 115.91 2405 116.43 115.31 +.58 +1.5 iShNMuBd N MUB 2.59 2.4 111.66 107.56 339 109.02 1894 109.09 108.89 +.05 -1.6 iShUKSC bt A EWUS 1.38e 3.3 46.20 39.20 0 41.97 4 42.09 41.45 +.68 -3.8 iSRTop200V N IWX 1.17e 2.2 55.82 48.02 16 53.39 85 53.55 53.01 +.30 +1.9 iShIntlDev N WPS 1.16e 3.1 42.27 36.75 7 37.53 81 37.99 37.50 -.04 -5.0 iShAsia50 N AIA 1.02e 1.6 72.96 59.33 219 62.67 413 62.70 60.99 +1.61 -5.1 iSh20 yrT N TLT 3.05 2.5 129.57 116.09 6092 122.29 27029 122.33 121.07 +1.31 -3.6siSRTop200G N IWY .82e 1.0 83.09 65.31 41 83.29 217 83.35 82.18 +1.02 +13.9 iSh7-10yTB Q IEF 1.96 1.9 108.81 100.33 1297 102.89 10032 102.96 102.61 +.39 -2.5siShRTop200 N IWL 1.02e 1.5 66.50 55.62 6 66.65 25 66.65 66.05 +.62 +8.4 iShIntSelDv N IDV 1.51e 4.3 35.93 31.67 476 32.81 1880 33.05 32.59 +.28 -2.9 iSh1-3yTB Q SHY .52 .6 84.72 83.04 2277 83.33 5807 83.34 83.29 +.05 -.6 iS Eafe N EFA 1.66e 2.5 75.27 65.15 21817 67.32 88964 67.53 66.62 +.94 -4.3 iShGerSC bt A EWGS .69e 1.1 70.42 56.00 1 62.88 17 62.97 61.04 +2.08 -2.2 iShEurRE Q IFEU 1.46e 3.6 42.63 37.90 0 40.05 10 40.09 39.28 +.70 -2.7 iSRusMCV N IWS 1.59e 1.7 92.95 81.59 182 91.40 1325 91.81 90.95 +.50 +2.5 iShCrLTBd N ILTB 2.54 4.2 65.21 59.00 6 60.95 57 61.01 60.65 +.39 -5.9siSRusMCG N IWP 1.02e .8 134.20 106.84 106 134.93 742 134.96 131.91 +3.00 +11.8 iShIntlRE Q IFGL 1.48e 5.1 31.77 28.31 74 29.09 760 29.20 28.89 +.18 -3.0 iShEuroSC Q IEUS 1.08e 1.9 62.36 53.29 17 56.13 45 56.24 54.93 +1.38 -3.0 iShNorC bt A ENOR .58e 2.1 29.21 24.25 19 27.81 61 27.90 27.11 +.82 +7.8siShRusMid N IWR 2.85e 1.3 221.63 188.02 110 221.75 640 221.90 219.36 +2.59 +6.5siShMrnSC N JKJ 1.78e 1.0 186.17 154.40 1 185.31 11 186.17 183.81 +1.70 +6.4 iShIreland N EIRL .55e 1.2 50.12 43.31 16 46.44 35 46.49 45.43 +.78 -3.2siSCorSPMid N IJH 1.89e .9 203.82 168.25 669 203.33 6400 203.82 200.84 +2.41 +7.1 LgTrmBd N IGLB 2.67 4.5 63.67 57.32 22 59.07 214 59.22 58.81 +.21 -6.5 iShiBxHYB N HYG 5.09 5.9 88.76 84.07 7458 86.38 40964 86.41 86.03 +.34 -1.0 iShFinlC bt A EFNL .51e 1.2 45.01 38.26 3 41.17 31 41.18 39.97 +1.64 +4.4siShSft N IGV .12e .1 197.86 140.10 468 199.86 1408 199.88 190.11 +9.14 +29.3siShCorUS n N FTY 51.25 43.20 29 50.58 319 51.25 50.23 -.40 +2.0 iShDenC bt A EDEN .81e 1.2 71.11 62.85 1 67.24 102 67.35 65.27 +2.01 -.5 iShs SOX Q SOXX 1.55e .8 198.84 143.37 562 186.80 3004 186.90 177.54 +7.08 +10.0 iShIndia50 Q INDY .15e .4 39.29 33.37 208 37.55 871 37.65 37.00 +.38 +1.2siShNetw N IGN .25e .5 55.29 44.16 2 55.54 15 55.54 53.42 +2.16 +14.6 iShNATch N IGM .73e .4 206.49 148.06 31 205.94 117 205.94 200.31 +4.70 +22.0 iShNsdBio s Q IBB 120.06 100.22 985 117.40 7040 118.28 115.60 +1.11 +10.0 iShResRE N REZ 2.01e 3.1 66.52 53.83 15 64.83 150 65.90 64.12 -.76 +4.2 iSh2019Mun N IBMH .27 1.1 25.65 24.92 13 25.38 92 25.42 25.37 -.04 +.2siShC&SRE N ICF 2.97e 2.9 104.39 88.40 52 102.63 379 104.39 101.44 -1.20 +1.3 iShKLDSoc N DSI 1.11e 1.0 106.23 88.85 13 106.02 154 106.06 104.84 +1.15 +7.9 iShGbl100 s N IOO 49.47 42.39 22 48.15 199 48.19 47.70 +.48 +4.9 iSh2018Mu N IBMG .23 .9 25.54 25.32 9 25.43 64 25.46 25.43 -.01 +.2siShConsSv N IYC 1.50e .7 206.23 160.53 13 206.28 157 206.64 202.76 +3.67 +15.1 iShMBS Q MBB 3.04e 2.4 107.76 102.93 313 104.34 1883 104.35 104.17 +.23 -2.1 iShGvCrBd N GBF 2.86 2.6 115.65 109.28 1 111.09 4 111.09 110.86 +.41 -2.5 iShIndia bt A INDA .24e .7 38.21 32.16 3522 35.92 18002 35.93 35.34 +.55 -.4 iSR1KVal N IWD 2.41e 1.9 131.56 114.01 934 126.82 5313 127.33 126.13 +.63 +2.0siSMrnSCG N JKK .87e .4 211.16 156.02 2 211.65 11 211.75 205.86 +5.95 +17.9 iShPoland N EPOL .42e 1.7 30.19 21.30 250 24.23 1175 24.24 22.81 +1.28 -10.6siSMCGth N IJK 1.88e .8 234.43 190.88 47 234.29 281 234.56 231.15 +2.92 +8.6 iShIntGvC N GVI 1.99 1.8 111.75 106.93 36 108.00 487 108.20 107.85 +.10 -1.6siSR1KGr N IWF 1.45e .9 152.50 119.96 624 153.00 3711 153.04 150.57 +2.22 +13.6 iSIndiaSC bt A SMIN .10e .2 55.13 40.79 27 44.05 297 44.43 43.52 +.11 -16.2 iShBrUSIn s Q USIG 56.47 53.19 79 54.08 299 54.14 53.95 +.13 -3.5siSRus1K N IWB 2.36e 1.5 160.13 134.39 557 160.30 3845 160.40 158.78 +1.51 +7.9siSR2KVal N IWN 1.98e 1.4 137.46 112.29 335 136.84 3004 137.46 134.88 +1.70 +8.8 iShIntTr s Q IGIB 55.35 52.86 277 53.58 2799 53.65 53.45 +.15 -1.9 iShShrtT s Q IGSB 52.81 50.59 1853 52.00 3891 52.05 51.95 +.05 -.5siSR2KGr N IWO 1.36e .6 216.23 162.18 371 216.66 4498 216.99 210.46 +5.39 +16.0 iSh10-20TB N TLH 2.99 2.3 140.10 127.49 18 131.89 85 131.90 131.24 +.87 -3.0 iShFltRtB N FLOT .32 .6 51.10 50.79 1969 51.02 7794 51.04 50.98 +.03 +.4siShR2K N IWM 1.77e 1.0 171.52 134.14 11894 171.59 72345 171.78 167.83 +3.24 +12.5 iSh3-7yTrB Q IEI 1.78 1.5 124.98 118.68 161 120.15 1610 120.27 120.03 +.20 -1.6 iShCorHiDv N HDV 2.90e 3.2 94.20 82.16 150 89.72 903 90.20 89.23 +.04 -.5 iSCorUSVal s Q IUSV 1.16e 2.1 58.64 50.22 291 56.49 1799 56.74 56.19 +.36 +2.0siSCorUSGr s Q IUSG .72e 1.2 60.75 48.59 226 60.89 1115 60.94 60.09 +.72 +13.2 iShChina N MCHI .61e 1.0 76.72 57.32 2968 61.21 22384 61.61 59.72 +1.62 -8.0 iShShtTrB Q SHV .03e 110.45 110.18 632 110.42 3760 110.44 110.38 +.03 +.2 iShUSPfd Q PFF 2.13a 5.6 39.05 36.52 2953 37.76 11889 37.77 37.57 +.20 -.8 iSEafeMnV N EFAV 2.81e 3.9 76.51 69.78 296 72.15 2953 72.22 71.61 +.66 -1.1siSRus3K N IWV 2.47e 1.4 170.96 142.71 126 171.15 616 171.22 169.37 +1.76 +8.2 iSGblMatl N MXI 1.02e 1.5 75.19 62.29 12 66.50 97 66.63 65.54 +1.13 -5.1 iShUtils N IDU 4.54e 3.3 142.50 119.51 11 136.36 113 138.61 135.30 -1.86 +2.6siSUSAMinV N USMV .87e 1.5 56.53 49.52 859 56.41 11696 56.53 56.01 +.18 +6.9siSMrnSCV N JKL 2.98e 1.9 159.20 134.88 4 158.60 18 159.20 156.66 +2.02 +4.2siShMCVal N IJJ 2.16e 1.3 170.41 142.93 47 169.66 326 170.41 167.63 +2.19 +6.0 iShGblUtil N JXI 1.99e 4.0 53.07 45.15 20 49.90 128 50.23 49.53 -.29 +.7 iShTelecm N IYZ .68e 2.3 32.34 26.34 197 29.62 2515 29.68 29.24 +.26 +.7siShTech N IYW 1.20e .6 191.62 143.42 64 191.71 344 191.74 187.06 +3.50 +17.8 iShGblIndl N EXI 1.40e 1.5 100.28 84.04 6 91.35 67 91.86 90.79 +.68 -1.6 iShGblCSt s N KXI 54.58 47.79 10 50.54 254 51.25 50.43 -.46 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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siShREst N IYR 2.76e 3.3 83.62 71.27 4422 82.51 25539 83.62 81.88 -.65 +1.9 iSGblCnDis N RXI 1.39e 1.2 119.82 98.22 10 117.87 27 118.09 116.13 +1.90 +7.8 iSh0-5Tips N STIP 100.84 98.65 62 99.24 327 99.24 99.04 +.23 -.6 iShHmCnst N ITB .09e .2 46.56 33.10 856 37.95 8328 39.00 37.22 +.60 -13.2 iShInds N IYJ 1.65e 1.1 158.32 129.07 31 153.04 112 153.98 152.13 +1.20 +3.8siShAerosp N ITA 1.31e .6 208.48 164.85 95 206.71 1215 208.48 205.04 +1.16 +9.9siShHltcare N IYH 3.01e 1.5 195.77 163.39 45 196.02 321 196.51 194.54 +1.61 +12.5 iShFinSv N IYG 1.21e .9 142.14 110.22 25 137.09 164 137.96 136.17 +.81 +5.1 iShRegBks N IAT .61e 1.2 54.74 41.83 242 52.07 610 53.02 51.91 -.06 +5.6 iShInsur N IAK .82e 1.2 69.95 59.34 3 66.01 20 66.74 65.46 +.18 -.9 iShFincls N IYF 1.45e 1.2 126.54 105.78 33 123.73 358 124.48 123.12 +.27 +3.6 iShBroker N IAI .65e 1.0 70.58 51.86 72 65.02 817 65.45 64.44 -.03 +3.6 iShUSEngy N IYE 1.14e 2.8 43.75 33.70 380 41.16 1852 41.40 40.00 +1.14 +3.8 iShESGSel N KLD 1.14e 1.0 119.20 101.54 37 118.42 107 118.43 117.25 +.91 +6.6siShCrSPS s N IJR 89.86 66.77 2506 89.77 16178 89.88 87.95 +1.58 +16.9siShMedDev N IHI 1.57e .7 215.02 162.20 56 214.84 506 215.02 209.37 +4.71 +23.8 iShConsGd N IYK 2.43e 2.0 130.93 111.06 13 120.07 85 121.70 119.61 -.90 -5.3siShHltcPrv N IHF .24e .1 194.45 139.65 51 194.92 526 195.01 192.86 +1.70 +24.3 iShCorTInt N IXUS 1.28e 2.1 67.93 57.97 259 60.17 1921 60.24 59.28 +1.00 -4.6siShPharm N IHE 3.11e .9 169.29 139.28 23 167.72 147 169.29 166.52 +.10 +8.6 iShBasM N IYM 1.42e 1.4 108.32 89.93 24 100.94 190 101.34 99.45 +1.42 -1.2 iShPeru N EPU .70e 1.9 44.95 36.27 26 37.65 127 37.66 37.05 +.48 -8.1 iShCorEafe N IEFA 1.56e 2.5 70.84 61.46 4197 63.56 22573 63.72 62.80 +.97 -3.8 iShOilEq N IEZ .86e 2.4 40.89 29.57 13 35.76 177 35.94 34.19 +1.60 -.4siShDJ US N IYY 2.01e 1.4 144.12 120.99 31 144.25 81 144.33 142.95 +1.33 +8.0 iShO&GEx N IEO 1.06e 1.4 77.84 50.49 67 74.32 546 76.39 70.76 +3.34 +14.4 iShAggrAllo N AOA .98e 1.8 56.94 51.55 50 54.36 223 54.45 53.95 +.54 +.9 iShCrShUS s Q ISTB 50.47 48.89 112 49.14 1089 49.20 49.13 +.02 -1.4 iShEurope N IEV 1.12e 2.5 50.81 43.33 290 45.14 1484 45.22 44.41 +.97 -4.5 iShGroAllo N AOR .81e 1.8 46.77 43.25 57 45.05 383 45.06 44.71 +.37 +.3 iSRusMic N IWC 1.08e 1.0 109.96 83.63 30 108.79 130 108.87 105.83 +2.52 +13.7 iShModAllo N AOM .71e 1.9 39.05 36.94 56 37.89 360 37.95 37.70 +.18 -.4 iShMorMl bt A IYLD 1.33e 5.1 25.96 24.39 22 24.77 172 24.82 24.66 +.09 -4.1 iSMsciVal N EFV 1.66e 3.2 59.57 49.69 285 51.17 2560 51.44 50.70 +.51 -7.3siSSCVal N IJS 1.73e 1.0 173.83 132.50 75 172.77 549 173.83 170.21 +2.56 +12.5 iShConsAllo N AOK .64e 1.9 35.27 33.64 28 34.30 172 34.34 34.10 +.20 -1.0 iShEafeGr N EFG 1.37e 1.7 85.81 74.85 257 79.84 677 80.07 78.80 +1.39 -1.1siShSCGrth Q IJT 1.54e .7 206.22 149.20 81 206.36 745 206.55 201.31 +4.17 +21.3 iShiB3-20F s N IBCD 24.82 24.24 1 24.43 12 24.43 24.37 +.05 -.4 iShiB3-23x s N IBCE 24.76 23.38 2 23.76 6 23.78 23.61 +.10 -2.1 iShBd3-23 s N IBDD 26.95 25.50 4 25.82 15 25.89 25.74 +.04 -2.4 iShBd3-20 s N IBDC 26.38 25.81 5 26.00 38 26.03 25.90 +.04 -.3 iStar N STAR 8 12.22 9.75 12318 10.75 20250 11.34 10.06 +.63 -4.9 iStar pfD N STARpD 2.00 7.8 26.12 24.29 3 25.56 14 25.58 25.43 +.14 +.7 iStar pfG N STARpG 1.91 7.6 25.94 24.21 25.12 1 25.25 25.03 -.10 -1.6 iStar pfI N STARpI 1.87 7.5 25.94 24.25 3 25.06 9 25.13 25.00 +.02 -.5 IT TchPck A ITP 3 2.45 .75 28 .84 129 .90 .80 +.03 -35.0 ITT Inc N ITT .54 .9 19 63.04 38.66 356 60.20 2557 62.59 59.95 -.92 +12.8 Itus Cp hrs Q ITUS 6.43 .61 122 4.01 511 4.13 3.75 +.15 +69.9 Iberiabnk Q IBKC 1.52 1.8 28 87.55 68.55 166 86.00 1115 86.95 85.15 -.05 +11.0 Iberia pfB Q IBKCP 1.66 6.1 30.16 25.82 5 27.24 14 27.39 26.70 +.46 -4.0 Iberiab pfC Q IBKCO 1.65 6.1 28.92 26.21 4 27.05 11 27.56 26.81 +.20 -3.7 Icahn Ent Q IEP 7.00f 9.1 32 81.88 49.13 57 77.01 453 79.65 76.34 -2.33 +45.3 IchorHld n Q ICHR 9 35.51 18.76 8215 24.16 10681 24.75 21.42 +2.85 -1.8 Icon PLC Q ICLR 37 149.69 101.22 190 144.49 675 146.45 140.83 +.81 +28.8 IconixBrnd Q ICON 1 5.99 .38 1183 .38 3457 .44 .38 -.06 -70.4 Idacorp N IDA 2.36 2.4 24 100.04 79.59 127 97.80 843 99.28 96.45 -1.11 +7.0 IdealPower Q IPWR 2.94 .62 100 .69 884 .78 .64 +.00 -51.8 Identive lf Q INVE 6.50 2.55 47 6.10 275 6.40 5.96 -.14 +82.6 IderaPh rs Q IDRA 22.96 5.20 418 9.17 2233 9.24 7.71 +.37 -45.7 IDEX N IEX 1.72 1.1 33 154.62 112.63 331 151.50 1428 153.99 150.29 -.62 +14.8 iKangHlth Q KANG 16 21.01 13.15 78 18.90 1693 19.40 18.40 +.33 +19.6 Ikonics Q IKNX 13.03 7.25 10.03 3 11.09 10.03 -.42 +33.4tITW N ITW 4.00f 3.0 25 179.07 134.66 1694 135.55 8566 140.37 134.45 -3.88 -18.8sIllumina Q ILMN 88 341.08 189.34 786 340.60 4561 343.11 323.81 +14.72 +55.9sImageSens Q ISNS 5.92 2.50 92 6.00 302 6.10 5.07 +.90 +103.4 Imax Corp N IMAX 26.70 17.58 820 24.50 3989 25.25 22.30 +2.10 +5.8 Immersn h Q IMMR 6 17.71 5.76 395 11.43 2595 11.76 10.82 +.20 +61.9 ImmuCell Q ICCC 77 9.25 5.26 5 6.97 16 6.97 6.63 +.29 -20.7 ImmuneDs Q IMDZ 11.25 2.80 146 3.35 1125 3.50 3.20 +.10 -14.1 ImunoCll rs A IMUC .55 .17 102 .23 891 .24 .22 +.02 -26.6 ImunoGn Q IMGN 13.41 4.80 2215 9.24 7540 9.73 8.87 +.29 +44.1 Imunmd Q IMMU 27.33 8.39 2330 22.28 7053 23.08 20.73 +1.28 +37.9 Immuron n Q IMRN 16.70 4.63 6 9.75 10 10.13 9.66 +.09 +84.3 Immurn wt Q IMRNW 1.47 .64 1.40 +53.8 Immutep Q IMMP 3.06 1.25 43 2.52 96 2.59 2.43 -.04 +60.5 ImpacMtg A IMH 3 13.85 7.18 39 7.49 87 7.95 7.35 -.01 -26.3 ImpOil g A IMO .57 1.8 64 34.29 25.91 225 32.08 919 32.41 30.94 +1.12 +2.9 Imperva Q IMPV 57.65 37.17 576 47.20 1247 47.45 45.20 +1.80 +18.9 Impinj n Q PI 41.97 9.95 138 20.41 718 20.80 18.97 +1.22 -9.4sImprimisP Q IMMY 3.39 1.35 156 3.15 1372 3.39 2.90 +.12 +85.3 IncOpR A IOR 27 14.25 8.51 2 12.25 6 13.33 12.25 -.95 +10.5 Incyte Q INCY 140.11 60.23 1936 70.08 8659 70.81 68.30 +1.28 -26.0 IndCDrillg N ICD 5.48 2.72 170 4.29 1485 4.50 3.79 +.50 +7.8 IndepHld N IHC .25f .7 15 39.85 20.53 5 36.15 33 36.50 35.35 -.30 +31.7 IndepRT N IRT .78a 7.6 21 10.63 8.26 261 10.30 2469 10.37 10.20 -.01 +2.1 IndBkMA Q INDB 1.52 1.7 24 95.00 66.30 32 90.35 316 91.50 89.20 +.20 +29.3 IndBkMI Q IBCP .60 2.4 19 27.10 19.25 90 25.15 475 25.65 24.75 +.10 +12.5 IndepBkTX Q IBTX .56 .8 19 79.00 51.71 175 70.50 571 71.00 68.70 +1.20 +4.3 IndiaFd N IFN 1.82e 1.8 28.74 23.71 60 25.25 362 25.35 24.76 +.47 -3.3 IndiaGCap A IGC 1.63 .30 8504 .71 17658 .77 .38 +.30 -29.0tIndoTel s N TLK .67 36.19 22.16 331 22.61 1596 23.41 22.16 -.55 -29.8 IndusAcq n Q INDU 11.74 9.65 9.95 26 9.95 9.91 +.04 +2.1 IndusAc un Q INDUU 11.00 9.95 10.58 +5.3 IndSvAm lf Q IDSA 2.70 1.45 3 2.25 34 2.30 2.15 +.03 +37.2sIndLogis n Q ILPT .60e 77 24.70 17.21 29 23.99 951 24.70 23.85 -.05 +2.7 IndBach N IBA .87e 1.5 67.61 53.00 22 57.35 54 58.90 57.04 -.30 +.1 Infinera Q INFN 12.39 6.10 856 9.11 5338 9.16 8.60 +.38 +43.9 InfinityPh Q INFI 3.75 .93 217 2.04 890 2.06 1.86 +.04 +.5 InflaRx n Q IFRX 68 42.83 14.47 7 31.49 36 31.49 28.16 +1.34 +50.3 InfoSvcs Q III .20f 4.7 6 4.63 3.57 146 4.30 325 4.35 4.15 +.06 +3.1 Infosys N INFY .40e 1.9 18 21.14 13.88 3844 20.30 26259 20.78 20.18 -.78 +25.2 InfrREIT n N HIFR 1.00 4.8 17 23.22 17.60 101 20.71 588 21.33 20.47 -.37 +11.5sInfrEnAlt Q IEA 10.86 8.25 137 10.48 470 11.27 9.80 +.47 +5.7 InfuSystem A INFU 3.60 1.75 47 3.10 87 3.25 2.90 -.15 +34.8sIngerRd N IR 2.12f 2.1 23 101.53 79.63 689 99.59 6219 101.53 98.80 -.22 +11.7 Ingevity N NGVT 101.67 55.41 165 100.42 827 101.35 98.34 +1.86 +42.5sInglesMk h Q IMKTA .66 1.8 16 37.35 20.75 73 36.35 548 37.35 32.80 +2.45 +5.1 Ingredion N INGR 2.40 2.4 14 146.28 95.01 310 101.79 2173 102.43 100.12 +.05 -27.2 InnerWkgs Q INWK 21 12.03 5.90 285 7.50 1637 7.76 7.35 +.05 -25.2 Innodata Q INOD 1.65 .88 22 1.27 116 1.30 1.21 +.05 -6.6 Innophos Q IPHS 1.92 4.3 40 51.34 38.66 67 44.39 282 44.94 42.93 +.57 -5.0 Innospec Q IOSP .88f 1.1 31 83.20 54.10 100 77.80 430 78.40 75.55 +1.85 +10.2 InnovBio rs Q INNT 50.50 3.43 178 5.04 1538 5.40 4.76 -.04 -17.4sInnovInd n N IIPR 1.00 2.5 39.75 16.35 167 40.74 664 41.00 35.00 +6.00 +26.1 InnoInd pfA N IIPRpA 29.15 25.50 7 28.56 15 28.88 28.00 -.19 +2.2 InnovSolu Q ISSC 9 3.82 2.46 9 2.71 127 2.83 2.50 +.11 -7.8 Innoviva Q INVA 1.00 7.1 14 17.99 11.47 665 14.12 3948 14.60 13.91 +.13 -.5 Innsuites A IHT .01 .6 3.70 1.23 20 1.62 94 1.70 1.43 -.06 -7.4sInogen Q INGN 243.31 91.80 127 246.04 749 247.96 227.06 +13.39 +106.6 Inovalon n Q INOV .12p 17.80 8.90 216 11.80 1523 12.18 11.45 +.25 -21.3 InovioPhm Q INO 7.00 3.64 823 5.06 5199 5.09 4.30 +.63 +22.5 Inphi N IPHI 21 44.25 23.65 513 34.66 1950 34.96 32.46 +1.81 -5.3 Inpixon rs Q INPX 18.30 .10 825 .13 4522 .14 .12 -.01 -98.0sInseegoCp Q INSG 3.33 1.06 869 3.06 5450 3.33 2.48 +.54 +90.1sInsightEnt Q NSIT 20 55.41 32.11 245 56.23 801 56.35 53.87 +2.17 +46.9 InsightS n N INSI .80 4.2 21.10 18.03 12 19.26 137 20.50 18.68 +.16 -3.2 Insignia s Q ISIG .70e 2.40 .98 21 2.03 191 2.15 1.95 +.01 +70.6 Insmed Q INSM 33.94 11.85 361 21.34 3134 21.84 20.09 +.35 -31.6sInsperity s N NSP 38 116.25 39.25 266 115.35 1417 116.45 111.30 +2.80 +101.1 InsprMed n N INSP 55.40 22.50 106 52.96 641 53.99 49.39 +.82 +112.0 InspMD rs A NSPR .58 .12 .16 +21.1 InspEnt Q INSE 14.00 4.40 23 7.10 74 7.95 7.00 +.10 -27.6tInstlldBPd N IBP 25 79.40 45.05 333 47.10 1597 49.40 45.05 -2.25 -38.0 Insteel Q IIIN .12a .3 25 43.78 23.50 103 40.01 915 41.05 39.10 -.57 +41.3 Instructre n N INST 49.18 28.95 241 39.10 1222 39.15 36.95 +1.20 +18.1 Insulet Q PODD 102.89 54.55 826 94.07 3002 95.95 87.86 +5.77 +36.3 InsysTher s Q INSY 14.00 4.10 416 8.06 2126 8.27 7.32 +.33 -16.2tIntecPhm n Q NTEC 9.80 3.70 163 3.80 540 4.11 3.70 -.25 -26.2sIntegerHl N ITGR 77.60 42.50 234 77.00 1249 77.60 71.60 +5.55 +70.0 IntegLfSc s Q IART 67 67.50 41.51 345 59.22 2654 60.23 57.90 +.25 +23.7sIntgDv Q IDTI 39 37.92 23.07 716 37.67 5104 37.92 35.65 +1.72 +26.7 IntegMed n Q IMTE 44.00 1.85 1 12.34 9 13.44 11.01 +.08 +119.2 Intel Q INTC 1.20 2.5 18 57.60 34.38 17910 47.66 122854 47.89 46.19 +.56 +3.2 Intellia n Q NTLA 35.99 15.25 326 28.74 1935 29.82 27.26 +.87 +49.5 Intellichk A IDN 3.18 1.50 26 1.97 174 2.20 1.95 -.09 -23.0sIntellgSys A INS 14.98 3.62 20 14.50 159 14.98 12.40 +.85 +218.0tIntelliph Q IPCI 2 1.25 .23 354 .24 1332 .29 .23 -.04 -70.5 Intelsat N I 25.21 2.44 1573 23.89 7033 24.90 22.25 +1.41 +604.7sIntParfum Q IPAR .84 1.3 43 67.50 37.70 68 66.25 431 67.50 64.20 +2.00 +52.5 InterXion N INXN 67.19 48.89 219 64.42 1549 64.94 63.08 +.99 +9.3 InteractB Q IBKR .40 .7 40 80.32 39.70 837 61.08 4271 62.57 59.98 -.12 +3.2 InterceptP Q ICPT 121.92 51.05 219 108.45 1971 109.25 102.47 +5.03 +85.6 IntcntlExc s N ICE .88e 1.2 17 77.22 63.93 3120 73.19 12911 74.44 72.52 -.86 +3.7 IntCtlHtls N IHG 69.23 49.03 208 61.65 901 61.95 60.79 +.37 -2.9 InterDig Q IDCC 1.40 1.7 14 85.85 68.18 211 82.70 1347 82.85 81.15 +1.30 +8.6 Interface Q TILE .26 1.1 24 26.25 18.60 268 23.40 1181 23.70 22.85 +.50 -7.0 Intergroup Q INTG 31.00 21.30 28.40 1 28.80 27.55 -.60 +19.1 IntlnkEl n Q LINK 9.00 2.50 2 3.57 34 3.90 3.56 -.23 -31.6 Intermolec Q IMI 1.98 .86 55 1.40 564 1.42 1.23 +.05 +2.2 Internap rs Q INAP 22.36 8.88 135 13.78 1464 13.87 12.75 +.03 -12.3sIntlBcsh Q IBOC .66 1.4 18 47.35 33.85 112 46.60 584 47.35 45.90 +.20 +17.4 IBM N IBM 6.28f 4.3 11 171.13 137.45 2727 146.04 13735 147.16 144.75 -.02 -4.8 IntFlav N IFF 2.92f 2.2 36 157.40 122.11 266 131.71 2179 134.51 130.08 -.45 -13.7 IntlGmeT n N IGT .80 3.7 31.00 19.57 1635 21.61 11184 21.94 19.94 +1.44 -18.5 IntMonEx n Q IMXI 11.99 9.12 7 9.53 70 10.05 9.25 -.14 -3.9 IntPap N IP 1.90 3.7 17 66.94 50.00 1508 51.83 9353 52.49 51.14 -.14 -10.5 IntlSeaw n N INSW 24.78 15.23 62 21.12 384 21.25 19.23 +1.75 +14.4 IntlSpdw Q ISCA .47f 1.1 9 49.95 33.90 94 44.10 331 44.90 43.90 -.15 +10.7 IntTower g A THM .78 .29 96 .47 358 .49 .45 -.00 +10.2 IntrntGold Q IGLD 10.91 2.17 17 2.88 64 3.00 2.25 +.50 -65.9 IntrntInitJ Q IIJI .12e 1.2 12.50 8.57 16 10.42 52 10.44 9.65 +.87 +14.4 IntrpDia rs Q IDXG 1 1.80 .77 4352 1.35 6615 1.39 1.02 +.33 +32.4 Interpublic N IPG .84 3.7 15 26.01 18.30 1963 22.88 16419 22.95 22.32 +.51 +13.5 IntersENT Q XENT 42.95 25.15 224 27.90 1315 28.30 26.45 +1.65 -13.9tIntersectns Q INTX 3.68 1.29 25 1.60 360 1.75 1.29 +.26 -29.2 IntstP pfD N IPLpD 1.28 5.0 26.90 23.44 4 25.27 16 25.27 25.00 +.30 -.8 inTestCorp A INTT 15 10.25 5.75 35 8.65 255 9.30 8.45 -.30 Intevac Q IVAC 9.35 4.50 162 5.63 2200 6.10 5.05 +.60 -17.9 IntraCellu Q ITCI 25.82 10.82 244 21.30 1173 21.63 18.74 +2.22 +47.1 IntPotash N IPI 5.31 3.12 497 3.40 2968 3.42 3.25 +.11 -28.6 Intrexon N XON 20.67 10.26 713 15.16 8406 15.41 14.25 +.80 +31.6 IntriCon Q IIN 69.50 8.05 166 66.95 1262 67.80 60.35 +4.25 +238.1 Intuit Q INTU 1.88f .9 48 219.46 133.60 2736 216.63 11634 217.36 207.07 +8.74 +37.3sIntSurg s Q ISRG 79 541.88 324.81 392 541.52 2304 542.13 518.82 +16.60 +48.4 Inuvo A INUV 1.24 .50 27 .65 126 .67 .62 +.00 -19.4 Invacare N IVC .05 .3 20.00 13.13 469 15.20 1766 16.35 15.10 -.60 -9.8 Invesco24 n N IHTA 10.33 8.28 11 9.75 107 9.85 9.36 +.29 -5.4 InvHiIn23 n N IHIT 10.32 9.53 34 9.95 169 10.00 9.92 +.05 +1.6 InvAdvMu2 A VKI .78 7.2 11.86 10.33 50 10.81 478 10.84 10.68 +.10 -5.0 InBLDR As Q ADRA .72e 2.2 37.70 31.68 0 32.50 1 32.75 32.50 +.21 -5.9 InBLDR Dv Q ADRD .72e 3.2 25.31 21.80 4 22.56 135 22.61 22.25 +.27 -4.1 InBLDR Em Q ADRE .60e 1.5 48.92 39.45 5 40.38 150 40.90 40.00 +.11 -6.4 InBLDR Eu Q ADRU .78e 3.6 24.65 21.15 0 21.91 10 21.91 21.47 +.45 -4.3 Inv Bond N VBF .83a 4.6 20.18 17.47 10 17.94 112 17.99 17.75 +.09 -9.8 InvCAVal N VCV .79 6.6 13.20 11.53 125 11.93 485 12.19 11.90 -.21 -5.2 InvDynCrd N VTA .90 7.9 12.01 11.33 146 11.46 561 11.54 11.45 -2.1 In SCMatII Q PSCM .41e .7 55.75 43.78 1 55.19 23 55.39 54.34 +.85 +5.5 InSC UtilII Q PSCU 1.21e 2.2 57.53 47.05 2 56.15 21 56.67 56.00 -.14 +6.3 InOpYCmd Q PDBC 19.43 16.02 1345 17.97 4610 18.09 17.51 +.42 +3.0 InvMltStr Q LALT 23.50 19.26 21.85 1 21.85 21.74 +.12 +2.8 InvGDrChi Q PGJ .20e .5 50.87 37.90 14 39.86 148 40.83 39.70 +.53 -11.1 InvDivAch Q PFM .50e 1.8 27.77 24.05 10 27.20 63 27.26 27.09 +.09 +2.8 InvHiYlDv Q PEY .54 3.0 18.61 16.52 109 18.09 538 18.16 18.01 -.05 +1.6 InvIntlDiv Q PID .65e 4.1 17.38 15.28 60 15.97 470 16.03 15.87 +.11 -3.4 PowShMkt N PWC .97e 1.0 103.21 86.17 101.61 +6.7 InvNsdMo Q DWAQ .06e .1 117.50 92.40 1 116.08 12 116.18 111.95 +4.24 +13.1 PwSPharm N PJP 3.84e 4.1 71.42 59.82 65.41 +1.9 PwSSemi N PSI .04e .1 58.15 43.04 56.34 +11.6 InvUtils Q PUI .63e 2.2 29.97 23.64 1 28.94 12 29.30 28.76 -.31 +4.0 InvWtrRs Q PHO .18e .6 31.94 26.50 18 31.50 125 31.85 31.34 +.05 +4.1 PSPrivEq N PSP .66e 5.4 13.52 11.71 12.26 -1.5 InvBuybk Q PKW .52e .9 63.49 52.75 65 60.51 193 60.95 60.07 +.51 +2.5 InvNasIntn Q PNQI 147.75 104.05 21 136.77 128 136.81 132.02 +4.32 +18.2sInvSmMid Q PRFZ 1.30e .9 145.41 113.90 21 145.42 146 145.55 142.53 +2.69 +12.0 InvBasMat Q PYZ .61e .9 75.26 60.43 2 69.36 19 69.66 68.41 +.92 -1.8sInv CnsCyc Q PEZ .30e .5 60.17 44.22 2 59.25 42 60.17 57.46 +2.02 +17.8sInvTechM Q PTF .26e .4 65.80 46.22 10 66.59 21 66.59 63.19 +3.36 +26.4sInvDWA M Q PDP .11e .2 58.52 47.00 37 58.69 355 58.73 57.50 +1.20 +13.7 InvInds Q PRN .19e .3 64.86 53.77 1 64.36 28 64.47 63.53 +.91 +5.6 InvHlthcr Q PTH 94.93 60.27 14 93.51 218 93.51 89.05 +3.92 +29.7 Inv Fincl Q PFI .14e .4 37.29 30.63 2 35.49 11 35.80 35.30 -.03 +1.1 InvEngy Q PXI .69e 1.6 46.64 30.12 8 43.30 51 43.53 40.44 +2.75 +9.7 InvCnsStp Q PSL .67e .9 72.79 60.18 5 72.40 45 72.53 71.81 +.66 +11.2 In1-30TrII Q PLW .66 2.1 33.52 30.78 8 31.85 53 31.85 31.63 +.21 -2.9sInSC InfoII Q PSCT .08e .1 87.88 71.36 18 88.01 68 88.25 85.59 +2.56 +15.1sInSC Ind II Q PSCI .40e .5 75.81 52.92 21 74.86 137 75.81 73.77 +.92 +16.0sInSC HCrII Q PSCH 141.39 84.36 120 141.35 655 141.64 136.60 +3.50 +43.5sInSC FinII Q PSCF .97e 1.5 60.55 48.65 11 60.20 75 60.55 59.69 +.39 +10.5 InSC EgyII Q PSCE .14e .8 18.77 11.37 26 16.60 153 16.75 15.73 +.78 +7.8sInSC CnS II Q PSCC 1.34e 1.6 87.16 65.00 9 85.58 55 87.16 84.71 +.70 +14.4sInSC CnDsII Q PSCD .35e .5 72.14 50.36 13 71.49 30 72.14 70.02 +1.64 +16.9 PS EmgInf N PXR .50e 1.4 41.00 35.16 36.29 -2.2 PS TrCol n N CLTL 106.03 105.27 105.89 +.6 InLadR0-5 II Q LDRI .46 1.9 25.11 24.34 0 24.54 3 24.65 24.48 -.12 -1.4 InKBWRg II Q KBWR .79e 1.3 61.23 47.64 4 59.59 44 60.67 59.13 +.08 +6.4sInP&CInsII Q KBWP .69e 1.0 64.12 52.71 1 63.55 9 64.12 63.00 +.28 +7.0 InKbwReit Q KBWY 2.58 7.3 38.43 29.75 49 35.45 439 35.76 35.32 -.30 +.1 PS VarPfd N VRP 1.20 4.8 26.15 24.83 24.88 -3.0 InKbwHiD II Q KBWD 2.10 8.9 24.49 21.09 31 23.55 186 23.67 23.40 -.3 In KBWBkII Q KBWB .58e 1.0 60.38 46.12 642 57.00 1223 57.85 56.77 +.10 +3.6 InIntByb II Q IPKW .29e .8 40.14 33.67 44 34.71 202 35.08 34.47 -.15 -7.6 InGlbWtII Q PIO .34e 1.3 27.16 23.64 19 25.45 82 25.64 25.28 +.10 -2.3 InGlGoldII Q PSAU .10e .6 21.85 15.03 17 15.72 81 15.83 15.28 +.34 -20.0 InGlbAgrII Q PAGG .74e 2.7 28.90 24.88 1 27.10 15 27.16 26.81 +.42 -1.0 In IntlLB II Q IDLB 32.01 28.30 4 29.17 10 29.27 28.77 +.51 -3.2sInDWATcR II Q DWTR 31.46 25.02 21 31.76 41 31.76 30.60 +1.28 +12.4 InTactII Q DWIN 1.18 4.6 27.77 24.71 16 25.48 110 25.57 25.38 -.06 -5.2sIn SmCMoII Q DWAS .07e .1 57.48 41.94 46 57.79 177 57.89 55.31 +2.12 +18.6sInDWA MoII Q DWLV 33.76 32.05 3 33.79 17 33.84 33.11 +.66 +.9 InEmMomII Q PIE .12e .6 22.22 18.01 74 18.98 439 18.98 18.37 +.62 -7.6 InDevMoII Q PIZ .26e .9 29.70 26.03 25 28.09 125 28.10 27.64 +.52 +1.7 InvHiInc2 N VLT 1.24 9.1 15.22 13.00 31 13.61 60 13.69 13.60 -.01 -7.5 Invsco iim N IIM .84 5.9 15.30 13.64 127 14.33 520 14.33 14.18 +.15 -3.8tInvesco N IVZ 1.16 4.8 10 38.43 24.13 2390 24.14 18548 24.99 24.12 -.34 -33.9 InvMtgCap N IVR 1.68 10.4 6 18.86 15.15 545 16.16 2526 16.38 16.08 -.04 -9.4 InvMtg pfA N IVRpA 1.94 7.7 25.50 24.24 6 25.30 20 25.40 25.18 +.11 +1.1 InvMtg pfB N IVRpB 1.94 7.4 26.44 24.25 3 26.24 25 26.31 26.02 +.18 +1.9 InvMtg pfC N IVRpC 1.88 7.5 25.73 23.40 14 25.16 114 25.23 24.99 +.16 +.7 Invsco oia N OIA .39 5.0 8.25 7.34 76 7.87 263 7.92 7.79 +.03 -1.6 InvMuOpTr N VMO .88 7.4 13.37 11.52 107 11.89 518 11.90 11.79 +.12 -4.1 InvMuniTr N VKQ .82 6.9 13.03 11.51 103 11.88 559 11.97 11.83 +.03 -5.0 InvPAVal N VPV .79 6.5 12.58 11.54 39 12.08 204 12.10 12.02 -.6 Invsco iqi N IQI .76 6.3 13.04 11.70 95 12.00 440 12.03 11.93 +.01 -4.1 InvSrInco N VVR .31 7.2 4.50 4.26 1170 4.32 3241 4.35 4.29 +.03 -1.6 InvTrIG N VGM .88 7.3 13.80 12.02 181 12.13 733 12.23 12.11 +.02 -8.0 InvTrNY N VTN .85 6.7 14.00 12.61 48 12.68 337 12.74 12.64 +.00 -7.6 Investar Q ISTR .16f .6 27 29.90 20.35 13 28.20 143 28.40 26.35 +1.35 +17.2 InvTech N ITG .28 1.3 23.96 17.63 106 21.83 877 22.36 21.58 -.24 +13.4 InvestBncp Q ISBC .36 2.8 19 14.69 12.30 917 12.83 7222 13.12 12.82 -.07 -7.6 InvRlEst N IRET .28 5.1 6 5.99 4.05 142 5.49 1691 5.56 5.42 +.06 +10.0 InvRlE pfC N IRETpC 1.66 6.8 26.08 22.29 1 24.58 5 24.70 24.40 -.12 -5.5 InvTitl Q ITIC 1.60a .8 15 221.88 162.67 3 196.24 12 199.68 195.17 -3.17 -1.1sInvitae n N NVTA 12.00 4.35 1732 12.56 6547 12.75 10.18 +2.35 +38.3 InvitHm n N INVH .44 1.9 24.30 20.25 1406 23.24 9565 23.41 22.83 +.04 -1.4 Invuity n Q IVTY 9.55 2.35 347 3.95 631 4.05 3.40 +.30 -36.3 IonisPhm Q IONS 65.51 39.07 2031 49.80 7132 53.77 49.31 -1.04 -1.0 IovanceTh Q IOVA 19.90 4.55 1819 15.98 5795 16.95 14.20 +1.08 +99.7 iPBetaCmd N BCM 32.00 25.55 4 28.96 12 29.09 28.53 +.44 -1.0 iPLgExR1K Q ROLA 147.93 iPBetaCrOil N OLEM 21.88 14.03 0 21.02 1 21.28 20.08 +.60 +18.7 iPathLong A SFLA 214.83 iPTr5yBear Q DFVS 37.18 27.88 35.30 8 35.88 35.18 +.28 +11.4 iRadimed Q IRMD 30.60 9.25 116 29.30 489 29.50 28.50 -.15 +93.4 Iridex Q IRIX 10.98 4.28 6 8.42 41 8.88 8.00 +.32 +10.5sIridiumCm Q IRDM 25 21.25 9.68 877 20.85 5049 21.25 20.15 +.50 +76.7 Iridium pfB Q IRDMB 16.88 2.4 690.00 348.00 0 690.00 23 +71.6 IronMtn N IRM 2.20 6.1 31 41.52 30.78 872 35.90 4576 36.80 35.81 -.58 -4.9 IronwdPh Q IRWD 21.20 12.89 641 18.58 3104 18.66 18.06 +.30 +23.9 iShItaly rs N EWI 34.45 26.58 423 27.78 3452 27.85 26.97 +.90 -8.7 iShJapan rs N EWJ 64.71 54.04 4424 57.61 22724 57.83 57.30 +.42 -3.9 iSMlasia rs N EWM 36.56 30.46 649 33.07 3283 33.11 32.31 +.71 +.3 iShSing rs N EWS 28.35 23.23 414 23.99 2565 24.11 23.67 +.25 -7.5 iSTaiwn rs N EWT 39.36 35.01 4641 37.18 22788 37.23 36.44 +.65 +2.7 iSh UK rs N EWU 38.05 32.89 1087 33.83 5321 34.09 33.60 +.32 -5.6 iSh0-5IGCp N SLQD .79 1.6 50.73 49.46 75 49.80 544 49.80 49.74 +.05 -.9 iShCmdOpT N CMDT 41.95 35.02 35.09 7 35.49 35.09 -.19 -5.6 iShCvBd N ICVT .67e 60.09 52.59 19 59.53 92 59.53 57.81 +1.57 +8.0 iShCorEM N IEMG .95e 1.8 62.70 49.83 7850 52.39 46381 52.43 51.05 +1.28 -7.9 iSh 10 Cp n N LLQD 51.31 46.31 47.68 1 47.82 47.68 +.32 -7.0 iSh 5-10Cp n N MLQD 49.96 47.08 48.08 10 48.08 48.08 +.22 -2.7siShRUT P n Q AMCA .26e 28.62 24.45 0 28.45 43 28.62 28.45 +.23 +4.0 iSh USD n Q SUSC 25.49 24.01 24.45 29 24.48 24.39 +.06 -4.0 iShColomC N ICOL .43e 3.0 16.51 13.45 0 14.42 18 14.49 14.07 +.32 -.1 iShEnhBd n N IGEB 50.77 47.60 12 48.53 35 48.55 48.43 +.14 -3.5 iSh 1-5Yr n Q SUSB 25.26 24.46 9 24.64 60 24.66 24.57 +.02 -1.3 iShDefBd n N HYDB 51.43 48.94 1 49.73 3 49.74 49.58 +.18 -1.9 iShFSIntSC N ISCF .12p 34.73 29.39 12 31.35 447 31.38 30.64 +.63 -3.4siShRs2500 n N SMMD 47.88 38.87 1 48.03 11 48.03 47.22 +.81 +10.0 iShFacSIntl N INTF .17p 31.21 26.73 120 27.62 644 27.72 27.31 +.39 -4.3tiShArgGl n N AGT 32.94 22.13 1 23.14 17 23.21 22.13 +.86 -23.3 iShFS USA N LRGF .19e 33.93 28.60 108 33.76 717 33.79 33.43 +.38 +6.2siShFSUsaSC N SMLF .23e 44.86 34.91 24 44.71 190 44.86 43.94 +.84 +13.1 iShFacSGbl N ACWF .11p 34.07 27.52 21 30.70 48 30.75 30.22 +.47 +.1 iSh iBd23 n N IBML 25.96 24.64 5 25.04 73 25.08 24.99 +.01 -.7 iSh IntDv n N IDEV 62.47 54.49 12 56.34 91 56.56 55.79 +.77 -3.7 iShMgRE rs N REM 47.64 39.80 107 44.94 652 45.20 44.86 +.04 -.6 iShExpoTc Q XT .14p 38.52 32.24 84 38.40 586 38.42 37.53 +.84 +8.4 iSh0-5HYCp N SHYG 2.38 5.1 47.84 45.93 341 46.99 4252 46.99 46.82 +.16 -.3 iShDvlValu N IVLU 28.44 24.22 22 24.89 1325 25.04 24.59 +.29 -5.8 iSh 3-10yr n N IMTB 50.17 47.14 3 48.21 25 48.30 48.00 +.08 -3.0 iShSaudi N KSA 31.99 24.69 60 29.71 207 29.94 29.43 +.26 +13.5siSh USA Op Q ESGU .92e 1.5 63.14 53.50 12 63.23 61 63.27 62.63 +.60 +8.4siSh MinVl n N SMMV 32.83 27.25 5 32.80 47 32.85 32.41 +.30 +12.4 iShHYlexOG Q HYXE 52.10 49.68 50.62 0 50.63 50.62 +.12 -.9 iShIntDevM N IMTM .30p 33.00 28.66 19 29.74 212 29.88 29.20 +.56 -2.5 iShIntDevQ N IQLT .55p 31.40 27.91 15 29.39 56 29.41 28.98 +.44 -.9 iShLwCarb N CRBN .94p 125.97 108.50 4 118.97 28 119.03 117.69 +1.42 +1.8 iShFallAn n Q FALN 1.48a 5.6 30.06 26.00 8 26.48 60 26.51 26.39 +.08 -2.4 iShDvlSize N ISZE 29.72 26.46 1 27.07 1 27.07 27.07 +.57 -4.4 iShCHdEM N HEEM 1.26e 1.9 28.95 24.56 12 25.68 900 25.70 25.10 +.60 -3.1 iShMsciChA A CNYA 35.68 24.62 11 25.89 96 25.96 25.28 +.46 -19.2 iSh ESG Opt Q ESGD 72.49 63.39 39 65.49 279 65.74 64.77 +.92 -3.5 iSh IntDvGr N IGRO 62.04 53.84 3 56.28 19 56.69 55.30 +1.01 -5.2 iSh GlImp n Q MPCT 1.18e 2.0 62.84 54.86 2 57.79 17 58.15 57.28 +.37 -2.3 iShMultiTc N TCHF 43.69 35.45 42.73 +10.2 iShiB20Mun N IBMI .24 .9 25.44 25.18 21 25.39 149 25.42 25.36 +.01 +.2 iShIntHdHi N HYGH 4.56 5.0 92.42 88.33 17 91.71 213 91.75 91.43 +.24 +1.0siShCHAust N HAUD 1.81p 25.31 22.42 24.79 0 25.31 24.79 -.48 +1.2 iShCTotBd s Q IUSB 51.49 48.94 65 49.60 537 49.60 49.52 +.12 -2.5 iShCDivGr N DGRO .65e 1.8 37.22 31.20 389 36.88 2611 36.97 36.66 +.15 +6.0 iShCHEmu N HEZU .64e 1.7 31.62 28.32 482 29.93 1865 29.95 29.61 +.45 +.4 iShGblReit N REET .94e 3.6 26.68 23.40 66 26.20 615 26.47 26.06 -.14 +.4 iSh AdapJp N DEWJ .18p 31.33 26.25 28.42 0 28.44 28.42 +.10 -4.4 iSh AdapC N DEFA .48p 30.45 27.32 28.37 0 28.37 28.37 +.31 -3.5 iSh AdapEu N DEZU .56p 30.64 27.57 0 28.11 0 -2.3 iShCoreInt N IAGG 53.61 51.56 47 52.56 346 52.71 52.50 +.05 +1.0 iShCorePac N IPAC 1.06e 1.8 63.99 55.31 45 57.41 236 57.60 57.08 +.28 -3.7 iShCHGer Q HEWG .68e 1.7 30.35 26.39 52 27.69 494 27.70 27.46 +.41 -3.5 iShIntHdCp N LQDH 2.76 2.9 99.18 94.38 14 96.49 57 96.78 96.36 -.21 -.9 iShCHCda N HEWC 1.41e 1.7 27.27 24.31 26.93 0 26.93 26.93 +.07 +2.0 iShJpMinV N JPMV .70e 1.1 72.41 63.47 1 66.44 6 66.44 66.08 +.07 -2.2 iShEuMinV N EUMV .67e 2.7 26.69 24.16 2 25.13 27 25.19 24.81 +.47 -.9 iShCorEur N IEUR 1.18e 2.4 53.97 46.21 109 48.22 1226 48.26 47.22 +1.11 -3.9 iShxJMinV N AXJV .84p 38.95 34.10 3 35.75 38 35.75 34.85 +.88 -1.7 iSh2022Mu N IBMK .09e 26.37 25.24 7 25.60 86 25.62 25.56 +.03 -.3 iSh UAE Q UAE .63e 4.0 18.08 14.87 1 15.79 14 15.79 15.55 +.26 -6.0 iShEm exCh N EMXC 58.49 47.58 0 49.63 3 49.63 48.68 +1.17 -8.0 iSh Qatar Q QAT .66e 3.8 18.38 13.01 12 17.49 32 17.63 17.27 +.26 +8.0 iShYdOpBd N BYLD .75 3.1 26.66 24.00 8 24.28 37 24.31 24.23 +.07 -2.9 iSh2021Mu N IBMJ .07e 26.08 25.19 23 25.48 111 25.50 25.42 +.06 +.2 iShRussia rs N ERUS 39.23 30.15 733 31.80 1907 32.15 30.89 +.02 -5.1 iSCHeafe N HEFA .70e 1.6 30.88 27.65 597 29.51 1680 29.55 29.37 +.23 -.6 iShCHMex N HEWW 1.41p 21.67 18.16 19.70 0 19.71 19.69 +.31 -1.5 iShH10yCBd N CLYH .31e 27.42 25.11 2 25.87 12 26.05 25.86 -.09 -2.1 iShCHSpain N HEWP .31p 23.70 20.85 3 21.54 7 21.59 21.34 +.28 -2.8 iShHEmBd N EMBH .30e 27.04 25.12 0 25.25 3 25.26 25.15 -.03 -4.9 iShCHItaly N HEWI .55p 19.17 15.95 0 16.22 1 16.29 16.13 +.27 -3.6 iShShMMu N MEAR .27e 50.18 49.61 17 49.99 41 50.05 49.86 -.01 +.4 iSCHEafSC N HSCZ .19p 32.36 28.38 40 31.00 408 31.04 30.53 +.42 +.1 iShCHAcxUs N HAWX 1.38e 4.0 28.00 25.10 1 26.50 19 26.57 26.33 +.24 -1.4 iShGbMM rs N PICK 37.91 29.73 372 30.92 686 31.02 30.36 +.53 -10.7 iShCmdSel Q COMT 1.89e 5.0 40.62 32.87 81 38.08 358 38.25 37.41 +.69 +4.8 iShGblGld rs Q RING 20.84 14.05 104 14.71 1051 14.92 14.23 +.27 -21.8 iShTrFRBd N TFLO .07e .1 50.85 50.12 43 50.31 256 50.31 50.26 +.03 +.2 iShCH UK N HEWU .24p 25.54 22.21 1 24.25 13 24.30 24.19 +.07 -.3 iSh ESG s N ESGE 37.04 16.92 29 33.85 217 33.87 33.02 +.79 iShCHSwitz N HEWL 1.43e 2.3 27.79 25.03 26.69 -1.3 iShLqdty bt A ICSH .25e .5 50.54 49.99 48 50.18 519 50.22 50.15 +.03 +.2 iShCHJpn N HEWJ .74e .5 35.29 28.87 204 32.00 1977 32.06 31.60 +.38 -4.0 iShFacEmg N EMGF .13p 53.84 42.53 92 44.29 418 44.54 43.36 +1.05 -10.5 iSh iBd26 n N IBDR 24.92 22.99 19 23.50 113 23.61 23.47 +.04 -4.2 iSiBd12-18 s N IBDH .30 1.2 25.22 25.07 51 25.13 208 25.13 25.10 +.01 iSiBd12-20 s N IBDL .62e 2.5 25.66 24.94 93 25.07 671 25.09 25.04 +.02 -.9 iSiBd12-19 s N IBDK .37e 25.08 24.70 89 24.81 653 24.86 24.78 +.01 -.2 iSiBd12-23 s N IBDO .56e 25.55 24.13 66 24.45 412 24.48 24.40 +.04 -2.5 iSiBd12-22 s N IBDN .55e 25.42 24.19 44 24.46 389 24.49 24.41 +.07 -2.1 iSiBd12-25 s N IBDQ .64e 25.37 23.60 18 24.18 201 24.21 24.08 +.06 -3.4 iSiBd12-24 s N IBDP .63e 25.44 23.86 22 24.26 206 24.35 24.21 +.03 -3.2 iSiBd12-21 s N IBDM .47e 25.19 24.27 88 24.42 654 24.46 24.39 +.01 -1.5 IsoRay A ISR 1.22 .36 283 .52 2006 .58 .50 -.05 +29.6sIsraelChm N ICL .27e 5.0 5.39 3.85 440 5.43 1348 5.44 5.21 +.23 +34.4 Isramco Q ISRL 135.05 92.00 1 120.15 3 122.60 116.20 -1.60 +14.8 IssuerDir A ISDR .20 1.3 53 21.85 12.40 8 15.30 96 16.30 15.20 -.30 -16.6 ItauCorpb N ITCB 2.48e 16.5 73 16.34 10.28 13 15.04 102 15.25 14.06 +.43 +11.9 ItauUnibH N ITUB .58e 5.7 16.98 9.92 10176 10.18 95763 10.85 10.01 -.49 -21.6 Iteris Q ITI 8.17 4.09 80 5.12 356 5.24 4.67 +.34 -26.5 IterumTh n Q ITRM 13.00 8.13 21 10.05 101 10.48 8.62 +1.35 -21.8 Itron Q ITRI 79.95 55.26 291 65.15 1389 65.70 62.25 +2.70 -4.5 IturanLoc Q ITRN .96 2.9 18 38.00 29.25 8 33.50 177 34.00 32.90 +.20 -2.0 IvyHiInOp N IVH 1.50a 10.4 16.09 13.92 63 14.42 276 14.47 14.36 +.02 -4.6 IzeaWrldwd Q IZEA 7.85 .80 555 1.47 3755 1.58 1.33 +.01 -67.5J -:J&J Snack Q JJSF 1.80 1.3 22 159.05 124.10 55 143.38 261 146.41 142.36 -1.42 -5.6 JAlexHld n N JAX 35 12.80 8.70 24 12.20 485 12.35 10.80 +1.40 +25.8 JJill n N JILL 4 12.21 4.17 777 5.95 7722 8.44 5.75 -2.34 -23.7 j2Global Q JCOM 1.70f 2.1 29 91.58 70.27 343 81.22 1728 81.44 79.15 +1.37 +8.3 JBG Smth n N JBGS .90 2.4 38.91 30.79 242 37.27 1495 37.77 36.70 -.27 +7.3 JD.com Q JD 16 50.68 31.07 12814 31.40 81698 33.60 31.13 -.82 -24.2 JMP Gp27 n N JMPD 25.62 24.11 1 25.22 31 25.44 24.96 +.09 -.3 JMP Grp N JMP .36 6.7 77 5.78 4.92 10 5.39 108 5.53 5.31 -.11 -3.7 JMP Gp 23 N JMPB 2.00 7.8 25.97 25.10 1 25.57 8 25.62 25.50 +.07 +1.1 JMU Ltd rs Q JMU 10.70 1.03 176 1.33 3655 2.15 1.28 -.31 -73.9 JPMCh pfE N JPMpE 1.58 6.1 27.10 25.53 23 25.95 178 25.98 25.86 +.05 -4.1 JPMDvsRt N JPGE .96e 1.6 68.02 58.19 5 61.25 30 61.35 60.81 +.50 -2.0 JPMIntEq N JPIN 1.08e 1.9 63.18 55.95 97 57.84 464 57.91 57.12 +.75 -3.7 JPMDvREm N JPEM 1.31p 64.42 52.42 8 54.88 64 54.88 53.51 +1.38 -5.9sJPM DREq N JPUS .26p 74.74 64.82 13 74.62 95 74.74 74.19 +.48 +5.8 JPM DivInt N JPIH 30.68 27.59 30.11 1 30.17 30.11 +.04 +.4 JPMDsfEu N JPEU 64.34 56.99 1 58.84 8 58.89 58.01 +1.07 -2.5 JPM DivEu N JPEH 29.66 26.58 29.52 4 29.52 29.35 +.37 +4.4 JPM Val n N JVAL 27.44 24.90 27.04 1 27.04 27.04 +.66 +3.6sJPM Mom n N JMOM 28.11 24.95 28.11 5 28.11 27.90 +.55 +9.6sJPM MinV n N JMIN 27.24 24.93 27.24 1 27.24 27.24 +.38 +5.6 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 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sJPM US Dv N JDIV 26.75 24.18 26.74 1 26.75 26.71 +.20 +.9 JPM DivAlt N JPHF 28.92 24.74 13 24.94 91 25.02 24.83 -.01 -4.7 JPM FutSt n N JPMF 25.34 23.65 24.08 1 24.17 24.08 +.03 -4.3 JPM UlSh n N JPST 51.03 48.88 985 50.24 6532 50.26 50.21 +.02 +.4sJPM SCap n N JPSE 33.17 27.03 4 33.18 70 33.18 32.58 +.63 +11.8 JPM GlB n N JPGB 52.67 47.21 31 50.10 45 50.15 49.86 +.24 -2.1 JPM Evnt n N JPED 26.37 24.55 26.25 4 26.28 26.25 +.17 +4.1 JPM Disc n N JPHY 52.80 49.30 34 50.03 75 50.26 49.94 +.12 -2.4sJPM USMid N JPME 67.92 58.27 6 67.74 83 67.92 67.43 +.50 +6.3 JPMorgCh N JPM 2.24f 2.0 15 119.33 88.08 8841 114.68 52227 116.39 114.11 -.09 +7.2 JPMCh pfA N JPMpA 1.36 5.4 25.77 24.52 60 25.21 281 25.43 25.18 -.07 -.6 JPMCh pfB N JPMpB 1.68 6.5 27.34 25.74 34 25.96 180 26.02 25.89 -4.0 JPMAlerian N AMJ 2.29 7.8 30.74 23.17 1289 29.41 6171 29.61 28.81 +.18 +7.1 JPMCh pfY N JPMpF 1.53 5.9 27.15 25.32 29 26.13 199 26.14 26.00 +.12 -2.0 JPMCh pfG N JPMpG 1.52 5.8 27.38 25.30 39 26.46 210 26.47 26.26 +.18 -1.9 JPMCh pfH N JPMpH 1.54 5.9 27.38 24.03 80 26.29 363 26.34 26.25 -2.4 JRJR Ntw A JRJR .70 .10 .13 -29.7 Jabil N JBL .32 1.1 19 31.77 23.70 1397 28.10 5301 28.49 27.76 +.43 +7.0sJackHenry Q JKHY 1.48 .9 36 159.42 98.25 480 158.47 3890 159.42 142.91 +15.23 +35.5 JackInBox Q JACK 1.60 1.8 25 108.55 79.23 545 88.63 2152 90.71 87.89 -1.96 -9.7 JacobsEng N JEC .60 .8 26 73.90 49.31 694 72.78 3538 73.50 71.74 +.92 +10.3 JaggedPk n N JAG 16.55 10.55 1586 12.77 12691 13.53 12.43 -.19 -19.1 JkksPac Q JAKK 3.60 1.95 40 2.48 124 2.50 2.20 +.23 +5.3 Jamba Q JMBA 13.00 7.01 167 12.97 1094 12.99 12.96 -.01 +60.9 JHardie s N JHX .38e 2.4 72 18.79 13.62 14 15.63 64 16.27 15.59 -.50 -11.2 JRiverGrp Q JRVR 1.20a 2.9 28 44.34 32.17 158 41.21 511 41.32 40.49 +.38 +3.0 JanusSmC Q JSML 51.25 32.77 8 45.20 462 45.50 44.31 +.95 +23.0sJanSmMid Q JSMD 46.00 33.66 15 46.15 49 46.34 45.04 +1.14 +18.9sJanLTCar n Q OLD 27.20 21.60 2 27.11 43 27.20 26.76 +.39 +13.2 JanObes n Q SLIM 40.01 27.24 5 38.24 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141.50 576 164.22 4974 176.05 162.50 -9.09 -7.0 Lee Ent N LEE 6 3.30 1.95 115 2.90 985 3.00 2.85 -.10 +23.4 LegacyAc n N LGC 9.91 9.51 9.66 363 9.68 9.61 +.3 LegacyA un N LGC/U 10.18 9.82 10.16 11 10.16 10.05 +.06 +2.2 LegacyRes Q LGCY 10.54 1.07 173 5.30 1658 5.50 4.50 +.56 +229.2 LegcyR pf Q LGCYP 2.00 13.6 19.25 3.69 3 14.70 25 15.82 12.60 +.70 +212.8 LegcyR pfB Q LGCYO 2.00 13.3 19.24 3.69 62 15.09 228 15.70 12.92 +1.11 +221.7 LegacyTxF Q LTXB .64 1.4 19 46.45 34.58 121 45.58 951 46.12 44.49 +.75 +8.0tLeggMason N LM 1.36 4.3 9 47.13 31.20 417 31.66 3136 32.11 31.20 +.22 -24.6 LegMas56 n N LMHA 28.47 25.57 3 26.40 24 26.44 26.30 +.04 -3.2 LegM 5,4 56 N LMHB 25.73 23.37 29 24.70 176 24.77 24.52 +.14 -2.2 LM DevDvr Q DDBI 31.49 28.31 1 29.35 15 29.44 29.21 +.76 -1.1 LM EMDvr Q EDBI 35.60 28.28 1 29.75 1 29.75 28.98 +1.08 -9.9sLM USDvrs Q UDBI 34.50 29.13 33.46 1 34.50 33.29 +.55 +6.1 LM LoVHiD Q LVHD 32.10 28.75 30 31.16 208 31.46 31.02 -.14 -1.2 LM IntLoV N LVHI 28.95 25.85 9 27.21 14 27.46 27.20 -.19 -3.4 LM EM LoV N LVHE 31.44 25.67 2 27.80 4 28.37 27.24 +.07 +1.0 LM Gl Inf n Q INFR 30.39 27.00 28.18 5 28.18 27.80 -.26 -4.4sLM SC Qu n Q SQLV 30.85 23.37 1 30.76 6 30.90 30.37 +.60 +12.9 LeggPlat N LEG 1.52f 3.4 21 51.99 39.57 1118 45.17 5689 46.71 44.70 +.57 -5.4 LeGS3.5s34 N JBK 1.59 6.2 27.30 23.63 25.41 1 25.41 25.12 +.07 +1.1sLeidosHld N LDOS 1.28a 1.8 25 72.30 55.05 996 70.20 5582 72.30 69.11 -1.52 +8.7 LeisAcq un Q LACQU 10.28 9.30 10.25 82 10.25 10.25 +3.4 LejuHldgs N LEJU .20e 2.23 .96 982 1.57 7227 1.79 1.27 +.22 +9.0 LendgTree Q TREE 404.40 205.45 94 240.20 436 242.00 225.55 +9.95 -29.4 LendingClb N LC 77 6.56 2.57 2631 3.84 12719 3.98 3.79 +.05 -7.0 LennarA N LEN .16 .3 13 72.17 48.71 1395 51.55 11409 53.67 50.56 +.98 -18.5 LennarB N LEN/B .16 .4 11 58.65 39.76 13 42.38 114 44.04 41.38 +1.08 -18.0sLennox N LII 2.56f 1.2 28 225.78 160.18 150 220.26 1880 225.78 210.21 -2.40 +5.8 Leo Hld un N LHC 10.90 9.40 0 10.24 200 10.29 10.24 +.02 +2.7 LevelBr n A LEVB 5.52 2.74 9 3.14 145 3.44 2.86 +.18 -27.8 LevOneBc n Q LEVL .03p 59 30.79 25.51 15 27.62 69 27.98 27.24 +.25 -5.6 LexiPhm rs Q LXRX 15.16 7.67 321 10.43 1504 10.77 10.24 +.04 +5.6 LexnFint n Q LX 81 20.00 9.55 1013 13.00 6981 14.23 10.70 +1.90 -6.5 LexRltyTr N LXP .71 7.7 12 10.65 7.59 493 9.17 4210 9.31 9.06 +.03 -5.0 LexRT pfC N LXPpC 3.25 6.5 54.43 48.25 0 49.65 2 49.97 49.25 -.25 -3.3 LianlouSm Q LLIT 3.69 1.21 3 1.62 12 1.74 1.45 +.15 -7.6 Libbey A LBY .47 4.2 11.54 4.60 370 11.23 1631 11.25 9.53 +1.41 +49.3 LbtyASE N USA .72e 10.8 6.82 5.53 671 6.64 3040 6.68 6.58 +.05 +5.4 LbtyASG N ASG .38e 5.7 7.28 4.87 66 6.66 262 6.68 6.50 +.17 +20.2 LibBrdbdA Q LBRDA 103.95 67.75 84 78.54 578 80.83 77.11 -.21 -7.7 LibBrdbdC Q LBRDK 104.66 68.33 909 78.70 5260 81.13 77.34 -.28 -7.6 LibExpA n Q LEXEA 56.82 35.89 236 46.35 1487 47.00 45.63 +.18 +4.6tLibtyGlobA Q LBTYA 39.73 25.87 2290 26.69 8166 27.67 25.87 +.15 -25.5 LibtyGlobB Q LBTYB 39.00 28.00 28.62 -19.5tLibtyGlobC Q LBTYK 37.86 25.17 2161 25.84 10001 26.82 25.17 +.01 -23.6tLibLA A n Q LILA 24.00 17.37 181 18.29 925 18.40 17.37 +.33 -15.2tLibLA C n Q LILAK 23.92 17.55 400 18.27 2442 18.46 17.55 +.12 -14.6 LibMSirA n Q LSXMA 48.57 38.61 257 45.53 1538 46.60 45.41 -.66 +14.8 LibMSirB n Q LSXMB 49.09 38.62 0 47.03 0 47.03 47.03 -1.92 +5.7 LibMSirC n Q LSXMK 48.56 38.52 483 45.72 2713 46.72 45.50 -.59 +15.3 LibMBrA n Q BATRA 27.38 21.35 29 26.74 176 27.13 26.01 +.33 +21.3 LibMCFor Q FWONK 41.14 28.37 601 36.77 3536 36.93 34.58 +1.62 +7.6 LibMAFor Q FWONA 39.37 27.22 65 34.65 499 34.78 32.98 +1.55 +5.9 LibMBrC n Q BATRK 27.35 21.53 123 26.70 641 27.15 25.90 +.44 +20.2 LibOilSv n N LBRT .05p 61 23.90 16.00 654 20.76 3159 21.08 19.96 +.63 -9.3 LibtProp N LPT 1.60 3.7 15 45.40 37.77 661 43.50 3892 44.72 42.92 -1.02 +1.1 LibTripA A Q LTRPA 18.30 7.90 218 15.40 1126 15.70 15.08 +.10 +63.4 LibTripA B Q LTRPB 59 18.00 9.00 15.45 1 15.50 15.45 -.30 +64.4sLifeStorg N LSI 4.00 4.1 34 102.91 71.42 300 98.58 1925 102.91 97.26 -3.66 +10.7 LifePtHlth Q LPNT 61 65.35 41.45 416 64.35 2059 64.55 64.20 -.10 +29.2 LifetimeBr Q LCUT .17 1.4 28 19.70 10.00 14 12.20 75 12.40 11.85 +.45 -26.1 Lifevant rs Q LFVN 12.19 2.86 83 11.15 739 11.68 10.55 -.39 +134.2 LifewayFds Q LWAY 13 10.75 3.55 6 3.76 36 3.97 3.69 +.07 -53.0 LigandPh Q LGND 43 255.38 123.11 249 251.32 1836 253.39 236.39 +3.34 +83.5 LightPath Q LPTH 4.10 1.97 114 2.16 873 2.18 1.99 +.10 -2.7 Lightbrdg rs Q LTBR 4.80 .85 333 .97 756 1.02 .88 +.09 -20.5 LightInBox N LITB 3.46 1.61 1 1.68 40 1.77 1.62 +.00 -26.8 LilisEn n A LLEX 6.30 2.96 368 5.13 3050 5.44 4.05 +1.08 +.4tLimbach n Q LMB 15.22 9.75 14 9.79 67 10.17 9.75 -.19 -29.2 LimelghtN Q LLNW 6.05 3.46 581 4.38 3137 4.50 3.93 +.43 -.7 LimestBcp Q LMST 17.65 10.73 2 15.19 10 15.61 11.91 -.31 +6.1sLimoneira Q LMNR .25 .8 22 30.24 19.62 208 30.00 838 30.24 28.48 +1.14 +33.9 LincEdSv Q LINC .08 3.8 3.12 1.49 4 2.13 19 2.32 2.10 -.03 +5.4 LincElec Q LECO 1.56 1.7 25 101.34 81.48 164 92.48 1315 94.52 91.76 -.97 +1.0 LincNat N LNC 1.32 2.0 9 86.68 61.18 711 65.62 5049 67.03 65.16 +.38 -14.6sLindbladEx Q LIND 79 15.46 8.66 142 15.08 808 15.88 14.36 +.30 +54.0 Lindsay N LNN 1.24f 1.3 46 103.03 83.57 24 92.40 232 94.68 90.59 +1.08 +4.8 LineCp n N LN 47.81 34.58 39 43.56 265 43.63 42.11 +2.20 +6.3 LionsGat A N LGF/A .36 1.5 36.48 21.54 311 23.26 1918 23.45 22.81 +.30 -31.2 LionsGat B N LGF/B .36 1.6 34.41 19.97 308 22.15 1061 22.31 21.70 +.28 -30.2 Lipocine Q LPCN 4.48 1.03 23 1.40 201 1.45 1.33 +.03 -59.3sLiqTech A LIQT 1.18 .26 1077 1.18 4714 1.23 1.06 +.13 +107.7sLiquidTch n Q LQDA 18.25 10.52 35 16.77 364 18.25 15.05 +1.87 +51.1 Liquidity Q LQDT 8.00 4.34 41 7.25 521 7.35 6.95 +49.5 LithiaMot N LAD 1.16 1.4 10 127.99 78.85 142 85.79 872 89.07 85.40 -.54 -24.5 Littelfuse Q LFUS 1.72f .8 44 238.11 166.40 78 219.01 412 224.21 215.01 +.35 +10.7sLivaNova n Q LIVN 42 127.75 60.42 163 125.96 1588 127.75 122.10 +2.52 +57.6 LiveNatn N LYV 52.84 35.94 838 49.48 5772 49.69 47.58 +1.33 +16.2 LiveOakB n Q LOB .12 .4 12 32.95 20.75 53 30.15 379 30.50 29.40 +.55 +26.4 LiveVent rs Q LIVE 26.50 9.54 4 10.35 74 11.40 9.74 +.22 -35.2 LiveXLve n Q LIVX 11.11 3.43 36 4.46 218 4.62 4.21 +11.5sLivePrsn Q LPSN 25.20 10.80 602 26.00 2042 26.30 24.50 +1.05 +126.1 LloydBkg N LYG .47a 15.1 4.21 3.02 2429 3.13 44568 3.18 3.06 +.06 -16.5 LockhdM N LMT 8.00 2.5 39 363.00 291.52 773 321.29 4680 325.97 318.72 -3.94 +.1 Loews N L .25 .5 14 53.59 45.01 682 49.83 4371 50.52 49.34 -.33 -.4sLogitech Q LOGI .63e 1.3 36 48.68 32.66 274 49.09 847 49.23 47.40 +2.21 +45.9 LogMeIn Q LOGM 1.20 1.5 74 134.80 77.05 673 81.90 3662 82.20 78.38 +3.00 -28.5tLomaNeg n N LOMA 9 26.89 8.43 543 8.30 2596 9.06 7.99 -.76 -64.0 LoneRs n Q LONE 11.24 2.43 158 9.07 690 9.60 8.00 +1.08 +128.5 LoopInd n Q LOOP 19.00 8.01 47 9.37 108 9.70 8.50 -.13 -35.3 LoralSpac Q LORL 63 51.75 36.85 62 41.40 255 41.60 39.60 +.05 -6.0 LaPac N LPX .13p 12 31.19 23.39 1173 29.17 6891 30.75 29.08 -1.02 +11.1 Lovesac n Q LOVE 25.01 19.33 6 20.42 127 20.70 19.80 +.27 -14.9sLowes N LOW 1.92f 1.8 22 109.80 70.76 5107 106.80 46947 109.80 97.91 +8.82 +14.9 LoxoOncol Q LOXO 208.95 71.22 201 160.65 1170 163.38 156.40 +2.31 +90.8tLubys N LUB 3.20 2.12 17 2.13 221 2.28 2.12 -.02 -19.3slululemn gs Q LULU 63 139.64 56.56 1881 138.76 8834 140.33 130.30 +8.57 +76.6 LumberLiq N LL 41.33 16.90 888 17.33 5511 17.89 17.03 +.22 -44.8 Lumentm n Q LITE 18 74.40 41.95 1414 65.10 7135 65.40 59.01 +5.15 +33.1 Luminex Q LMNX .24 .9 37 35.37 18.62 269 28.00 1450 28.21 26.84 +1.21 +42.1 LunaInn h Q LUNA 4.32 1.35 84 3.65 384 3.74 3.40 +.03 +50.2 LuthBur n Q LBC .13e 1.2 13.60 10.49 19 10.99 236 11.28 10.85 +.04 -8.7 Luxoft N LXFT 22 59.05 31.50 97 44.60 934 44.95 41.73 +2.55 -19.9 Lydall N LDL 15 60.00 37.50 57 44.55 350 46.50 44.10 -.65 -12.2 LyonBas A N LYB 4.00 3.5 10 121.95 87.17 1067 115.12 6849 116.14 113.30 +2.02 +4.4M -:M&T Bk N MTB 4.00f 2.3 18 197.37 141.12 556 176.31 3232 178.20 174.76 -.19 +3.1 M&TBk pfA N MTBp 63.75 6.3 1090.00 1009.50 0 1010.00 0 -7.3 M&TBk pfC N MTBpC 63.75 6.3 1086.00 1010.00 1014.00 0 -1.6 MACOM Q MTSI 46.33 15.46 388 22.86 2028 23.40 21.64 +.97 -29.7tMAG Slv g A MAG 13.09 7.37 235 7.93 1186 8.35 7.37 -.25 -35.8 MAM Soft Q MAMS 20 9.42 6.59 2 8.20 44 8.44 7.61 +.20 +9.2 MB Fncl Q MBFI .96 2.0 20 51.59 38.29 217 48.18 2248 49.42 48.13 -.30 +8.2 MB Fin pfC Q MBFIO .39p 26.48 24.20 5 26.07 49 26.10 25.84 -.8 MBIA N MBI 11.62 6.04 608 10.36 4822 11.09 10.21 -.64 +41.5 MBT Fnl Q MBTF .40f 3.5 17 11.60 9.43 11 11.30 73 11.40 11.20 +.05 +6.6 MCBC n Q MCFT 17 31.26 16.92 70 26.87 510 27.46 25.36 +1.32 +20.9 MDC N MDC 1.20 3.7 12 35.18 26.45 273 32.55 1824 33.41 31.40 +1.17 +2.1 MDC Pr gs Q MDCA .84 17.5 2 12.26 3.80 340 4.80 1761 4.90 4.45 -50.8 MDU Res N MDU .79 2.8 24 29.62 24.29 434 28.63 2271 29.02 28.19 -.23 +6.5 MEI Phrm Q MEIP 5.14 1.79 236 4.35 1801 4.40 3.60 +.68 +107.1 MER Tel rs Q MTSL 6.45 .99 45 1.57 482 1.69 1.51 -.12 -25.6 MFA Fncl N MFA .80 10.4 10 8.90 6.72 1380 7.66 16508 7.78 7.63 -.05 -3.3 MFA Fn42 N MFO 2.00 7.8 26.36 25.32 4 25.73 13 25.89 25.73 -.09 -2.4 MFA pfB N MFApB 1.88 7.3 25.88 23.96 4 25.63 24 25.71 25.52 +.14 +1.3 MFC Bcp N MFCB 9.62 5.69 3 6.55 12 6.57 6.50 +.10 -15.9 MFS CAMu A CCA .60 5.8 14.00 10.16 4 10.35 33 10.66 10.30 +.02 -10.1 MCR N MCR .72a 9.2 8.72 7.74 83 7.84 337 7.89 7.81 +.05 -7.5 MGF N MGF .41 9.2 4.98 4.45 46 4.46 136 4.48 4.45 -6.9 MFS HInM N CXE .30 5.9 5.51 4.82 51 5.06 219 5.06 5.00 +.03 -3.4 MFS HYMu N CMU .28 6.1 4.89 4.37 75 4.50 230 4.55 4.50 -.03 -2.6 MFS IHI N CIF .25 9.6 3.02 2.46 85 2.58 258 2.61 2.58 -.01 -12.2 MIN N MIN .42 11.1 4.34 3.76 123 3.81 764 3.82 3.77 +.03 -8.2 MFS InvG N CXH .50 5.5 10.33 9.08 16 9.24 76 9.26 9.19 +.03 -4.8 MMT N MMT .52 9.3 6.27 5.46 93 5.61 560 5.62 5.55 +.06 -7.6 MFM N MFM .38 5.7 7.29 6.41 19 6.75 144 6.86 6.75 -.03 -1.7 MFV N MFV .58 10.3 6.84 5.34 8 5.59 49 5.59 5.52 +.06 -5.7 MGE Engy Q MGEE 1.35f 2.1 30 68.10 51.05 27 65.85 175 67.40 65.45 -1.00 +4.4 MGIC Inv N MTG 9 16.21 9.97 1569 12.65 11430 12.71 12.41 +.17 -10.3 MGMGrPr n N MGP 1.72f 5.6 31.83 25.31 330 30.58 1908 30.75 30.16 +.32 +4.9 MGM Rsts N MGM .48 1.7 8 38.41 26.85 4466 28.50 30383 29.19 28.30 -.05 -14.6 MGP Ing Q MGPI .32a .4 45 99.73 55.04 118 74.76 570 76.49 72.70 -.31 -2.8 MI Homes N MHO 12 37.41 24.08 262 26.08 1232 26.72 25.68 +.44 -24.2 MICT Inc Q MICT 1.94 .65 11 1.29 162 1.39 1.25 +.01 +15.2 MKS Inst Q MKSI .80 .9 13 128.28 77.41 785 91.95 4218 92.10 88.60 +3.25 -2.7 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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MMA Cap Q MMAC 3 30.58 23.70 3 26.33 11 26.85 25.96 -.56 +8.3 MPG pfA N MPGpA 25.85 MPLX LP N MPLX 2.51 6.9 33 39.38 31.60 1397 36.35 6330 37.73 35.97 -.97 +2.5 MRC Glbl N MRC 21 22.98 14.01 409 19.85 3312 19.89 19.12 +.47 +17.3sMSA Safety N MSA 1.52 1.5 58 104.04 68.12 51 100.42 541 104.04 99.49 +.23 +29.5 MSB Fin Q MSBF .87a 4.1 21.95 17.10 1 21.15 7 21.50 21.15 +18.8 MSC Ind N MSM 2.32 2.7 15 99.94 65.42 396 86.06 2159 89.23 85.32 -1.06 -11.0 MSCI Inc N MSCI 1.52 .9 42 176.88 110.01 376 174.02 1856 175.55 172.30 +.74 +37.5 MSG Netw N MSGN 11 26.30 16.25 256 24.80 2360 25.73 24.30 +.35 +22.5 MTGE Inv Q MTGE 2.00 10.0 9 20.20 16.15 181 20.10 1693 20.10 19.90 +.15 +8.6 MTGE pfA Q MTGEP 2.03 7.9 27.42 25.00 7 25.80 33 25.92 25.71 +.06 -1.2 MTS Q MTSC 1.20 2.3 15 57.50 42.00 34 52.55 353 53.05 51.73 +.75 -2.1 MTchAcq n Q MTEC 11.80 9.17 5 10.09 11 10.20 9.96 -.11 +4.9 MTchAc un Q MTECU 11.48 9.94 10.87 3 10.88 10.50 -.08 +7.9 MV OilTr N MVO .76e 7.5 8 12.21 4.80 8 10.05 106 10.15 9.20 +.44 +19.6 MVB Fin n Q MVBF .12f .7 20.40 15.36 39 18.00 136 18.08 17.50 +.42 -10.4 MVC Cap N MVC .60 6.4 10.97 9.25 57 9.37 256 9.45 9.28 -.13 -11.3 MVC 22 n N MVCD 1.56 6.1 27.25 25.12 8 25.55 24 25.69 25.51 -.07 -1.1 MYOS Q MYOS 2.50 1.03 8 1.32 238 1.40 1.25 +.02 -2.7 MYR Grp Q MYRG 23 40.81 23.00 96 35.06 431 35.86 34.25 +.26 -1.9 MacQUtlDv N MFD 1.20 10.9 14.00 10.71 28 11.00 270 11.63 11.00 -.07 -11.5 MacQGInf N MGU 1.48 6.7 26.50 21.32 27 22.04 161 22.36 21.97 -.14 -14.5 Macatawa Q MCBC .24 1.9 21 12.92 9.21 17 12.36 145 12.45 12.13 +.05 +23.6 Macerich N MAC 2.96 5.1 32 69.73 52.12 300 58.43 3347 59.22 57.81 +.61 -11.0 MackCali N CLI .80 3.7 10 24.04 15.86 353 21.59 2081 21.89 21.14 -.11 +1.1 MackFn Q MFNC .48 3.0 14 17.58 14.05 1 16.20 22 16.42 16.10 +1.9 Macquarie N MIC 5.24e 11.3 9 75.09 36.20 809 46.56 3780 47.02 45.86 +.70 -27.5 MacroGen Q MGNX 32.74 15.33 132 20.59 765 21.00 19.36 +.58 +8.4 Macys N M 1.51 4.1 11 41.99 17.41 9182 36.51 47711 39.00 36.09 +.48 +44.9 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459 1.70 1.61 +.05 -10.2sMolinaHlth N MOH 141.12 58.66 1457 138.09 5584 141.12 134.45 +3.26 +80.1 MolsCoor A N TAP/A 1.64 2.3 7 91.63 58.93 0 71.50 1 73.85 68.84 -.56 -14.9 MolsCoorB N TAP 1.64 2.4 11 91.36 58.75 989 68.03 7945 69.13 67.78 -.53 -17.1 Momenta Q MNTA 32.20 11.85 152 27.15 1400 28.15 26.85 -.45 +94.6 Momo Q MOMO 54.24 22.49 3229 43.84 33428 45.22 38.54 +5.69 +79.1 MonakGp n Q MKGI 5.07 1.74 10 2.26 43 2.61 2.10 +.07 -54.5 MonarCas h Q MCRI 32 49.63 33.80 57 47.67 212 48.29 46.60 +1.10 +6.4 Mondelez Q MDLZ 1.04f 2.5 22 46.54 37.42 4806 42.39 26793 43.15 41.91 -.32 -1.0 MoneyGrm Q MGI 17.07 5.71 160 6.11 1267 6.60 6.10 -.13 -53.6sMngDB A n Q MDB 69.60 24.62 847 70.23 2792 70.85 64.25 +5.48 +136.6 MonRE N MNR .68 4.1 26 18.45 13.87 286 16.77 1361 17.25 16.63 -.14 -5.8 MonRE pfC N MNRpC 1.53 6.4 25.44 22.82 6 23.97 79 24.02 23.86 -.01 -4.2sMonPwSys Q MPWR 1.20 .8 99 147.08 95.50 191 147.24 1275 147.60 139.48 +6.52 +31.0 Monotype Q TYPE .46 2.1 52 26.75 18.08 124 21.90 882 22.30 21.15 +.75 -9.1 Monro Q MNRO .80 1.1 37 71.85 44.15 215 70.50 1126 71.85 70.00 +.35 +23.8 MonroeCap Q MRCC 1.40 10.2 9 14.80 12.18 66 13.71 324 13.72 13.43 +.11 -.3 MonstrBv s Q MNST 42 70.21 47.61 1330 60.65 10490 62.64 60.50 -1.52 -4.2 Moodys N MCO 1.76 1.0 37 187.98 130.01 449 173.20 3672 173.67 170.77 +1.70 +17.3 Moog A N MOG/A 1.00 1.3 20 93.93 71.56 112 79.45 557 81.14 77.62 +1.79 -8.5 Moog B N MOG/B 1.00 1.3 20 91.71 72.60 79.23 1 79.23 78.62 +3.49 -10.7 MorgStan N MS 1.20f 2.5 11 59.38 43.84 5609 48.14 36720 48.94 47.98 -.23 -8.2 MorgSt pfE N MSpE 1.78 6.3 29.89 27.88 31 28.46 167 28.56 28.35 +.08 -1.7 MorgSt pfF N MSpF 1.72 6.1 29.40 27.21 38 27.99 188 28.00 27.82 +.13 -1.6 MorgSt pfI N MSpI 1.59 5.8 28.69 26.51 40 27.30 216 27.30 27.02 +.26 -2.0 MorgS pfG N MSpG 1.66 6.3 27.74 25.75 9 26.24 132 26.24 26.11 +.10 -1.8 MorgSt pfK N MSpK 27.72 25.54 84 26.10 632 26.26 25.97 +.05 -3.7 MS Asia N APF .14e .8 19.99 16.20 1 16.97 46 16.99 16.57 +.24 -7.8 MS China N CAF 13.33e 27.79 20.47 61 21.48 483 21.53 20.89 +.17 -8.1 MS CushHi N MLPY 1.28e 18.5 8.00 6.09 1 6.91 5 7.01 6.81 +.08 -2.1 MS EMD N MSD .57e 6.5 10.27 8.55 113 8.78 578 8.81 8.69 +.07 -12.0 MSEMDDbt N EDD .80m 11.7 8.33 6.61 254 6.81 927 6.84 6.68 +.07 -11.6 MSEmMkt N MSF .05e .3 19.86 15.47 12 16.04 65 16.06 15.68 +.27 -10.3 MS India N IIF .04e 35.14 25.40 38 27.04 206 27.57 26.77 +.30 -18.4tMSJCP97 N HJV 1.75 17.6 16.67 9.50 8 9.96 88 10.26 9.41 -.25 -19.3 MkVRMB N CNY 49.16 41.11 1 42.70 1 42.70 42.67 -.06 -.7 MSDLEur N URR 21.49 16.65 17.07 0 17.07 17.07 -.16 -5.8 MSDSEur N DRR 57.08 44.20 0 54.65 2 56.28 54.35 -2.30 +12.8 MorgSt pfA N MSpA 1.01e 4.3 23.76 21.49 41 23.48 226 23.76 23.38 -.04 +3.7 Mornstr Q MORN 1.00 .7 31 140.61 79.54 76 137.39 323 138.25 136.05 +.33 +41.7 MosaicAc n N MOSC 9.90 9.49 9.80 24 9.85 9.79 -.05 +1.0 Mosaic N MOS .10 .3 46 32.32 19.23 2378 29.64 18723 30.35 28.85 +.01 +15.5 MoSys rs Q MOSY 2.23 .61 400 .90 1287 .95 .81 +.05 -18.9 MotifBio n Q MTFB 13.75 6.84 0 8.69 5 8.88 8.20 -.21 -19.6 MotifBi un Q MTFBW 9.94 1.70 4.40 +14.9 MotorcarP Q MPAA 31 30.16 18.09 118 26.08 963 26.31 24.56 +1.33 +4.4sMotrlaSolu N MSI 2.08 1.6 23 125.78 82.86 960 126.65 3782 126.99 123.92 +3.66 +40.2 MotusGI n Q MOTS 10.66 3.75 67 4.88 312 5.58 4.77 -.58 +11.4 MtnPDia g Q MPVE .04p 3.70 1.85 145 2.05 254 2.30 1.95 +.04 -25.5 Movado N MOV .80 1.6 53.73 21.50 253 50.95 1447 52.10 48.50 +1.35 +58.2tMoxian n Q MOXC 4.00 1.07 25 1.45 248 1.64 1.07 +.09 -62.3 MudrickC n Q MUDS 9.94 9.55 9.68 304 9.70 9.60 +.05 +.9 MudrcC un Q MUDSU 10.35 9.98 10.30 1 10.32 10.30 +3.0 Mueller N MLI .40 1.2 24 37.57 25.26 109 33.22 768 33.57 31.88 +1.49 -6.2 MuellerWat N MWA .20 1.7 33 12.99 9.59 771 11.75 4188 12.11 11.73 +.01 -6.2 MultiColor Q LABL .20 .3 16 89.70 57.76 52 61.10 417 63.40 60.10 +.60 -18.4 MurphO N MUR 1.00 3.2 35.98 22.21 1476 31.41 6578 31.74 29.25 +1.95 +1.2 MurphUSA N MUSA 16 89.69 61.05 860 86.00 2171 88.34 85.80 -1.22 +7.0 MustBio n Q MBIO 13.35 5.87 51 6.40 270 6.80 6.01 +.22 -46.7 MutualFst Q MFSF .72 1.9 19 40.50 33.70 2 38.45 22 38.60 37.55 +.15 -.3 MySize n Q MYSZ 3.58 .57 113 .79 1202 .85 .75 +.03 +21.9 MyersInd N MYE .54 2.4 46 24.60 17.70 96 22.75 520 22.80 21.50 +.80 +16.7 Mylan NV Q MYL 8 47.82 29.53 4510 38.69 16284 38.98 37.71 +.54 -8.6 MyndAn wt Q MYNDW 1.00 .30 .43 -8.5 MyndAnaly Q MYND 5.05 1.15 109 1.53 3190 2.06 1.28 +.18 -55.0 MyoKard n Q MYOK 63.00 32.80 184 60.75 745 60.95 56.22 +4.25 +44.3 Myomo n A MYO 11.40 1.74 259 1.92 642 2.05 1.83 -.01 -48.8 Myovant n N MYOV 25.54 11.30 23 21.74 123 22.05 20.56 +.74 +72.0sMyriadG Q MYGN 24 49.85 27.23 811 48.62 6773 49.85 41.48 +6.95 +41.6N -:NBT Bcp Q NBTB 1.00 2.4 19 41.88 31.28 37 41.14 496 41.46 39.99 +.50 +11.8 NCI BldSy N NCS 17 23.35 13.05 363 15.30 2515 15.70 14.65 +.75 -20.7 NCR Corp N NCR 25 38.68 26.00 829 28.51 3843 28.58 27.50 +.83 -16.1 NCS Mltst n Q NCSM 24.85 12.57 62 16.10 524 16.49 15.61 +.04 +9.2 NETgear Q NTGR 78.30 44.20 271 73.05 1710 73.50 67.55 +4.85 +24.3 NF EngSv Q NFEC 7.19 .76 131 4.27 1245 5.65 4.08 -1.27 +340.2 NGL EnPt N NGL 1.56 12.3 17.65 8.58 1145 12.65 3496 13.28 12.40 -.50 -10.0 NGL En pfB N NGLpB 2.25 9.1 25.56 23.10 15 24.84 102 24.84 24.50 +.24 +1.8 NI Hldg n Q NODK 18.62 15.72 6 16.82 30 16.87 16.57 +.20 -.9 NIC Inc Q EGOV .32 1.9 22 18.90 12.65 185 17.05 1374 17.45 16.85 +2.7 NICE Ltd Q NICE .64 .6 37 116.05 74.91 73 114.86 633 115.26 110.86 +4.47 +25.0 NII Hldg n Q NIHD 7.29 .22 1759 5.68 8218 6.24 5.30 +.22 +1239.6 NL Inds N NL 6 16.05 7.05 19 8.20 175 8.25 7.45 +.55 -42.5 nLIGHT n Q LASR 43.63 22.14 195 29.97 1908 32.68 27.77 -2.54 +11.2 NMI Hldg h Q NMIH 16 22.50 10.10 171 22.30 1457 22.40 21.51 +.65 +31.2 NN Inc Q NNBR .28 1.5 19 32.90 18.05 94 19.25 783 19.80 18.70 +.30 -30.3 NRG Egy N NRG .12 .4 55 35.17 22.90 1662 34.09 13003 34.42 33.28 +.14 +19.7sNRG Yld A N NYLD/A 1.12f 5.6 41 20.45 15.30 132 20.16 1145 20.45 19.76 +.46 +6.9sNRG Yld C N NYLD 1.28f 6.3 28 20.65 15.55 410 20.40 2278 20.65 19.85 +.50 +7.9 NTN Buzz rs A NTN 8.40 3.01 19 5.19 29 5.48 4.75 -.06 +23.3 NV5 Global Q NVEE 30 91.55 40.01 113 86.50 497 89.75 83.35 +2.75 +59.7 NVE Corp Q NVEC 4.00 3.4 44 135.00 68.50 15 117.18 80 120.94 113.56 +.51 +36.3 NVR N NVR 17 3700.00 2598.90 25 2652.22 135 2772.78 2615.00 +24.47 -24.4 nVent El n N NVT 29.84 21.00 312 27.98 2080 28.30 27.29 +.68 +23.2 NXP Semi Q NXPI 34 125.93 86.67 7316 91.98 32310 92.54 88.40 +2.21 -21.4 Nabors N NBR .24 3.7 8.87 5.32 6695 6.46 43450 6.62 5.94 +.47 -5.4 Nabriva n Q NBRV 14.10 2.33 268 2.73 1317 2.74 2.51 +.15 -54.3 NACCO N NC .66 1.9 4 92.60 23.80 6 35.40 61 35.78 34.35 +1.10 -6.0 NamTai N NTP .28 2.7 39 13.90 9.73 20 10.53 194 10.60 10.00 +.48 -16.1 NanoDim n Q NNDM 5.99 1.21 49 1.91 251 1.99 1.89 +.02 -37.8 NanoString Q NSTG 16.75 5.87 268 14.79 950 14.95 13.69 +.79 +98.0 NanoVib n Q NAOV 5.00 3.68 1 4.60 2 4.89 4.38 -.15 -1.7tNanoViric A NNVC 1.43 .27 332 .30 1044 .33 .25 -.03 -65.9 Nanomtr Q NANO 34 48.26 22.08 420 44.14 1970 44.18 40.20 +3.74 +77.1 NantHlth n Q NH 5.26 2.22 69 2.35 448 2.49 2.29 +.02 -23.0 NantKwst n Q NK 6.83 2.66 90 3.04 364 3.29 3.00 -.14 -32.3 Napco Q NSSC 41 17.45 7.45 55 15.25 252 15.54 14.36 +.50 +74.3 Nasdaq Q NDAQ 1.76 1.9 24 96.19 71.65 698 94.73 2867 94.96 91.91 +1.69 +23.3sNatera n Q NTRA 28.15 8.60 623 28.96 2564 29.06 24.75 +3.74 +222.1 Nathans s Q NATH 1.00a 1.1 58 107.05 54.25 16 91.25 57 93.00 88.55 +2.65 +20.9 NatAmUnv Q NAUH .18 20.5 2.32 .76 4 .88 39 .96 .85 -.03 -38.0sNatBkHldg N NBHC .56f 1.4 29 41.44 30.25 65 40.63 557 41.44 40.20 +.09 +25.3 NatlBnksh Q NKSH 1.19e 2.5 23 49.75 36.75 4 47.00 25 47.60 46.35 +.20 +3.4 NatlBevrg Q FIZZ 1.50e 37 129.82 83.78 118 118.49 681 120.94 115.39 +1.56 +21.6 NatCineM Q NCMI .68 7.5 91 9.30 5.09 202 9.08 1964 9.25 8.84 +.25 +32.4 NatlCmce n Q NCOM 22 48.60 38.03 200 45.50 657 45.95 44.25 +1.00 +13.0 NatEnrSv n Q NESR 11.73 9.51 0 11.00 9 11.27 10.57 -.19 +10.5 NatFuGas N NFG 1.70f 3.0 17 59.90 48.31 324 56.39 1602 57.47 56.26 -.30 +2.7 NatGenHld Q NGHC .16 .6 20 28.25 16.21 106 27.60 735 27.99 27.33 -.04 +40.5 NatGnH pfA Q NGHCP 1.88 7.5 26.34 22.77 2 25.13 2 25.24 25.12 -.18 -.5 NatGnH pfB Q NGHCO 1.88 7.5 26.62 22.02 12 25.05 47 25.19 24.98 +.05 NatGnH pfC Q NGHCN 1.88 7.5 25.84 23.13 43 25.01 85 25.24 24.96 +.02 -.1 NatGnH 55 Q NGHCZ 1.91 7.4 26.08 23.80 0 25.89 16 25.89 25.55 +.27 +1.9 NatGrid N NGG 2.89e 5.4 65.60 51.44 425 53.10 3192 54.26 52.80 -.55 -9.7 NtHlthInv N NHI 4.00 5.1 20 81.60 62.71 128 78.28 626 79.40 77.89 -.66 +3.8sNHltcre A NHC 1.92f 2.5 29 77.34 57.00 46 76.75 155 77.38 75.36 +.95 +25.9 NatlHld rs Q NHLD 6.26 2.08 3 3.30 20 3.36 3.15 -.04 NatInstrm Q NATI .92 2.0 56 53.57 38.70 487 45.32 2666 45.44 44.69 +.46 +8.9 NOilVarco N NOV .20 .4 49.08 29.93 1729 44.78 10696 45.47 43.90 +.94 +24.3sNatPresto N NPK 1.00a .7 19 140.30 88.80 20 139.05 133 140.30 135.00 +3.55 +39.8sNatResrch Q NRC .68f 1.7 78 42.85 26.35 29 40.00 349 42.85 37.60 +2.10 +7.2sNatRetPrp N NNN 2.00f 4.3 21 46.28 36.25 706 46.06 3768 46.28 45.57 +.13 +6.8 NRetP pfE N NNNpE 1.43 5.7 26.38 23.40 5 25.04 43 25.04 24.79 +.24 -2.0 NtRetP pfF N NNNpF 1.30 5.4 25.58 21.97 14 23.89 107 23.99 23.70 +.12 -4.8 NSecGrp Q NSEC .20 1.3 10 18.17 11.53 0 14.90 1 15.64 14.80 -.60 -8.9 NatlStor n N NSA 1.16 4.1 92 32.28 21.21 162 28.37 1709 29.52 27.85 -.93 +4.1 NtStorAf pfA N NSApA 26.30 23.57 19 24.91 61 25.17 24.91 -.08 -4.3 NatlVis n Q EYE 46.00 27.19 359 42.54 3521 43.89 40.53 +2.08 +4.8 NatWstnLf Q NWLI .36 .1 11 368.00 276.00 6 325.12 32 332.85 323.47 -1.99 -1.8 NatxIntV n N MVIN 47.10 43.04 44.04 9 44.09 43.89 +.06 -1.2 NaturlAlt Q NAII 9 12.15 9.20 4 9.85 28 10.00 9.65 +.05 -4.4 NatGsSvcs N NGS 65 29.55 21.15 20 22.00 229 23.00 21.30 +.50 -16.0 NatrlGroc N NGVC 50 19.98 4.79 202 19.42 546 19.58 18.28 +.65 +117.5sNatHlTr n Q NHTC .56f 2.1 6 26.85 14.15 137 26.87 539 27.20 24.53 +1.98 +76.9 NatRsPt rs N NRP 1.80 5.7 9 37.70 22.81 15 31.50 87 32.50 31.25 -.20 +21.2 NaturesSun Q NATR .40 4.6 13.80 7.55 35 8.75 99 9.00 8.15 -.15 -24.2 NatusMed Q BABY 52 43.60 28.00 123 36.20 659 36.75 35.60 -.25 -5.2 Natuzzi N NTZ 2.65 1.41 4 1.54 35 1.54 1.48 -.00 -3.8 Nautilus N NLS 18 17.45 11.30 295 15.35 1065 15.35 14.55 +.60 +15.0 NavideaBio A NAVB .68 .13 231 .18 2706 .19 .16 +.00 -48.7 Nav43 Q JSM 1.50 6.3 25.00 20.21 6 23.75 44 23.99 23.34 +.20 -.1 Navient Q NAVI .64 4.8 7 15.61 11.48 1608 13.28 8294 13.73 13.18 -.08 -.3 NavigCons N NCI 22 25.85 14.62 233 23.92 1281 24.15 23.56 +.35 +23.2 NavigatrH N NVGS 13.55 9.25 61 12.15 442 12.50 12.00 +.05 +23.4sNavgGp s Q NAVG .28 .4 23 70.13 45.80 322 69.50 5003 70.13 64.10 +4.30 +42.7 NaviosAcq N NNA .08 13.6 1.39 .46 783 .59 2344 .61 .52 +.07 -47.1 Navios pfG N NMpG 2.19 16.4 19.99 10.18 7 13.34 46 13.68 13.01 +.12 -17.7 Navios N NM 1.90 .68 182 .85 1555 .90 .83 +.02 -29.2 NavMH pfH N NMpH 2.16 16.4 18.89 10.27 3 13.21 14 13.92 12.38 +.21 -19.0 NavMMid N NAP 2.00f 61.3 10.40 3.15 66 3.26 246 3.35 3.19 +.06 -65.8 NaviosMar N NMM .08 4.0 7 2.62 1.61 552 1.99 2317 2.05 1.98 -.01 -15.7 Navistar N NAV 27 47.73 29.70 421 42.32 2381 43.71 40.81 -.50 -1.3 Navistr pfD N NAVpD 26.60 10.49 23.75 1 23.75 22.69 -.25 +38.9 NebulaAc n Q NEBU 11.52 9.65 88 9.72 194 11.50 9.67 +.05 +.8 NebulaA un Q NEBUU 10.20 9.96 10.06 101 10.06 10.05 -.12 +.3 NeenahP N NP 1.64 1.8 32 95.40 75.50 45 89.45 339 91.00 88.65 -.15 -1.3 NektarTh Q NKTR 111.36 17.51 1219 63.89 12462 64.32 59.75 +3.86 +7.0 Nelnet N NNI .64 1.1 12 64.00 44.02 23 57.21 147 58.78 56.92 +.54 +4.4tNemaura n Q NMRD 6.80 2.08 20 2.12 178 2.50 2.05 -.16 -63.1sNeogen s Q NEOG 73 88.56 48.56 127 88.78 900 89.09 83.77 +4.66 +44.0 NeoGenom Q NEO 15.00 7.08 1282 13.60 3755 13.86 12.70 +.93 +53.5 NeonTh n Q NTGN 16.23 10.21 16 11.82 124 12.46 11.69 -.10 -21.2tNeonode Q NEON 1.42 .30 53 .30 362 .32 .30 -.01 -59.4sNeoPhoton N NPTN 9.23 4.56 540 9.04 3550 9.27 8.38 +.38 +37.4tNeosTher n Q NEOS 13.15 5.13 215 5.35 1337 5.90 5.13 -.35 -47.5 Neovasc g Q NVCN 1.89 .03 4970 .04 34022 .04 .03 +.00 -94.2 NeptuneT g Q NEPT 8 4.46 .80 2054 3.64 6909 3.81 3.01 +.59 +54.2 Net1UEPS Q UEPS 8 13.20 8.05 111 8.81 862 8.92 8.68 +.02 -25.9 NetElem rs Q NETE 33.51 2.56 78 6.03 559 6.78 5.60 -.84 -45.8 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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sNetApp Q NTAP 1.60 1.9 32 83.95 37.55 1449 84.24 11584 84.29 81.17 +3.08 +52.3 NetEase Q NTES 1.94e .9 8 377.64 195.37 582 207.49 3412 213.77 203.85 +.86 -39.9 Netix s Q NFLX 423.21 164.23 14703 358.82 64506 359.15 310.93 +42.04 +86.9 Netlist h Q NLST .82 .10 1758 .12 7251 .13 .11 -.00 -61.4 NtScout Q NTCT 23 33.90 23.15 384 25.75 2412 26.10 25.28 +.15 -15.4 Netshoes n N NETS 14.64 1.84 10 2.26 102 2.35 2.13 -.04 -71.4 NetSolTch Q NTWK 31 6.60 3.09 25 5.65 99 5.80 5.50 -.05 +20.0 Netw1Tch A NTIP .10 3.9 8 4.60 2.25 19 2.55 266 2.60 2.30 +6.3 NBCAInt A NBW .74 5.9 14.61 12.48 28 12.54 88 12.65 12.52 -.03 -7.8 NeuB HYld A NHS .96 8.8 12.35 10.76 26 10.97 335 11.00 10.85 +.09 -6.7 NBIntMu A NBH .90 6.6 15.90 13.37 47 13.65 177 13.65 13.52 +.11 -7.7 NBNYInt A NBO .58 5.0 13.05 11.41 7 11.63 24 11.69 11.63 +.02 -4.4 NBRESec A NRO .36 7.0 5.70 4.29 117 5.15 757 5.18 5.13 -.02 -6.8 Neuralst rs Q CUR 3.09 .88 51 1.17 362 1.25 1.13 -.01 -32.0 NeurMx rs Q NURO 2.96 1.11 175 1.25 920 1.40 1.19 -.01 -27.7 Neurcrine Q NBIX 120.90 50.88 382 118.71 3129 118.89 113.12 +4.09 +53.0 Neuronet n Q STIM 36.00 23.95 38 33.43 485 34.47 29.00 +2.16 +20.3 Neurotrpe h Q NTRP 11.93 3.43 6 9.40 59 9.50 8.57 -.10 +33.5 NevGCas A UWN 27 2.86 1.80 181 2.46 624 2.60 2.25 +.21 -7.9 NevroCorp N NVRO 94.34 35.41 321 65.98 2454 66.37 60.59 +3.98 -4.4 Nevsun g A NSU .04 1.1 3.89 1.98 293 3.71 1715 3.71 3.63 +.03 +52.0tNewAgeB n Q NBEV 4.50 1.30 423 1.32 5349 1.71 1.30 -.34 -39.2 NewAmHi N HYB .78a 9.1 10.20 8.35 40 8.53 186 8.56 8.49 +.03 -9.3 NewConcEn A GBR 44 12.75 1.16 106 2.21 1159 2.40 2.02 +.12 +41.8tNE Realty A NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 62.00 65.10 5 65.25 62.00 -.90 -11.2 NwGold g A NGD 4.25 .98 1982 1.04 13689 1.08 .99 +.04 -68.4tNewHome N NWHM 10 13.55 8.31 81 8.85 515 8.97 8.31 +.45 -29.4 NwIreland N IRL 2.15e 1.5 14.11 10.62 18 11.00 112 11.03 10.69 +.24 -12.3 NJ Rscs s N NJR 1.09 2.4 17 47.60 35.55 196 45.90 1294 47.25 45.65 -1.05 +14.2 NewLink Q NLNK 19.30 2.65 397 2.89 2507 2.92 2.65 +.17 -64.4 NewMedia N NEWM 1.48 9.4 28 19.10 13.31 207 15.81 1554 16.14 15.73 +.02 -5.8 NwMtnFin N NMFC 1.36 9.9 11 14.50 12.05 280 13.80 1081 14.10 13.75 -.15 +1.8tNewOriEd N EDU .40e 36 108.40 74.66 3660 75.22 18110 86.68 73.51 -8.15 -20.0 NewRelic N NEWR 114.78 45.70 579 105.47 3630 105.76 99.15 +4.98 +82.6 NewResid N NRZ 2.00 10.9 6 18.74 15.24 953 18.34 8515 18.53 18.28 +.01 +2.6 NewSenInv N SNR .52m 8.2 11 9.64 6.10 360 6.31 2087 6.55 6.31 -.21 -16.5 NY&Co N NWY 67 5.55 1.61 896 5.36 3108 5.50 4.96 +.31 +87.4 NY CmtyB N NYCB .68 6.3 13 14.53 10.40 2730 10.77 22747 11.17 10.66 -.08 -17.3 NY Cmt pfA N NYCBpA 30.39 26.12 17 27.60 141 27.60 26.94 +.42 -3.5 NYCmty un N NYCBpU 3.00 6.0 56.99 48.75 1 49.67 25 49.90 49.37 +.23 -2.1 NYMtgTr Q NYMT .80 12.6 8 6.54 5.35 585 6.35 5999 6.41 6.31 +.04 +2.9 NYMtT pfB Q NYMTP 1.94 8.0 25.50 18.66 2 24.33 14 24.54 24.25 +.04 -3.9 NYMtT pfC Q NYMTO 1.97 8.1 25.56 22.97 7 24.40 21 24.47 24.15 +.02 -.4 NYMtgT pfD Q NYMTN 2.00 8.2 25.27 22.53 36 24.26 114 24.36 24.09 +.16 -1.7 NY REIT rs N NYRT 4.85c 18.91 15.04 56 18.25 325 18.28 18.07 +.03 NY Times N NYT .16 .7 26.85 16.95 1237 23.75 15864 23.90 23.15 +.55 +28.4sNewatrTc n Q NEWA 29.69 7.73 398 11.15 12259 29.69 8.61 -16.35 +18.7 NewellRub N NWL .92f 4.2 6 49.40 20.21 5155 21.68 33850 21.91 21.33 +.18 -29.8 NewfldExp N NFX 14 35.20 22.72 1853 27.86 9192 28.28 26.26 +1.50 -11.6 NewmrkGp Q NMRK 18 15.62 12.06 209 12.80 868 12.89 12.45 +.23 -10.9 NewMarket N NEU 7.00 1.8 21 437.63 358.33 13 396.86 146 399.01 388.53 +4.14 -.1 NewmtM N NEM .56 1.7 24 42.04 31.45 5404 32.03 28759 32.52 31.46 -.03 -14.6 NewpkRes N NR 11.65 7.35 392 10.80 2982 11.00 9.75 +.85 +25.6 NewsCpA Q NWSA .20 1.5 17.29 12.84 3671 13.40 24863 13.75 13.27 -.50 -17.3 NewsCpB Q NWS .20 1.4 17.70 13.10 949 13.85 4585 14.20 13.75 -.60 -16.6 NewtekBsn Q NEWT 1.74e 7.4 24.24 16.01 85 23.42 487 24.12 23.13 +.11 +26.7tNewtek 22 Q NEWTZ 1.88 7.4 27.14 25.25 17 25.36 62 25.69 25.25 -.35 -4.4 Newtek23 n Q NEWTI 1.56 6.1 25.99 25.00 1 25.58 11 25.94 25.35 -.10 +1.9 NexGen g A NXE 2.85 1.65 890 1.89 1900 1.95 1.86 -.02 -26.2 Nexeo Sol Q NXEO 11.14 6.87 164 10.05 1288 10.34 9.82 +.10 +10.4 NexPtCr rs N NHF 2.40m 10.6 25.64 21.82 56 22.72 452 23.13 22.72 -.06 -10.2sNxPtRsT n N NXRT 1.00 3.0 11 33.50 23.00 55 33.17 296 33.64 32.31 +.61 +18.7 NexstarM Q NXST 1.50 1.8 8 89.75 56.65 321 82.25 2501 82.95 75.61 +3.90 +5.2 NextDec n Q NEXT 10.80 3.95 17 6.48 87 6.54 6.09 +.23 -22.1sNxtEraLP N NEP 1.57f 3.2 35 50.66 36.42 140 48.75 1837 50.66 47.61 +.32 +13.1 NextEra 72 N NEEpI 1.28 5.2 25.70 23.17 16 24.82 127 24.88 24.73 -.6 NextEra 73 N NEEpJ 1.25 5.1 25.61 22.88 11 24.71 78 24.85 24.55 -.03 -1.0 NextEra76 N NEEpK 25.98 23.62 27 25.02 134 25.13 24.92 -.02 -2.2 NxtEra pfQ N NEEpQ 3.19 4.2 78.13 65.79 18 76.52 563 77.10 76.27 -1.48 +10.0 NextEraEn N NEE 4.44 2.6 13 175.65 144.70 1269 172.70 6569 175.61 171.08 -2.47 +10.6 NxtEra pfR N NEEpR 60.42 53.67 21 58.31 1148 60.28 58.16 -.70 +3.8 NiSource s N NI .78 2.9 34 27.76 22.44 1866 27.06 8579 27.68 26.86 -.54 +5.4 NiaM pfB N NMKpB 3.60 3.8 104.75 93.00 0 94.10 0 94.25 94.02 -.59 -2.1 NiaM pfC N NMKpC 3.90 4.1 107.80 94.40 0 95.50 0 95.50 95.50 -.44 -3.6sNichFncl h Q NICK 27 11.90 7.59 33 11.27 110 11.90 10.66 +.60 +28.1 NicoletBc n Q NCBS 15 61.98 51.93 7 55.75 35 55.82 54.61 +.13 +1.8 Nielsen plc N NLSN 1.40f 5.3 15 42.16 20.53 5140 26.47 24292 27.32 25.69 +.67 -27.3 NightstTh n Q NITE 24.94 10.01 39 19.89 248 21.40 18.94 +.01 +51.6sNikeB s N NKE .80 1.0 72 83.68 50.35 3453 82.45 29364 83.68 80.95 +2.70 +31.8 NoahHldgs N NOAH 26 69.56 26.53 219 46.57 1540 48.11 43.54 +3.21 +.6 NobilisH n A HLTH 1.70 .70 777 .75 2533 .82 .75 -.05 -44.8 NobleCorp N NE .08 1.3 6.84 3.14 3909 6.29 25483 6.30 5.60 +.67 +39.2 NobleEngy N NBL .44 1.5 30 37.76 22.99 2440 29.52 21130 30.19 28.46 +.75 +1.3 NobleMid n N NBLX 1.91e 12 57.98 41.99 185 46.30 746 48.15 46.08 -.78 -7.4 NokiaCp N NOK .19e 3.4 6.41 4.51 10078 5.58 49731 5.58 5.24 +.35 +19.7sNomadF n N NOMD 20.67 14.00 478 20.19 5104 20.67 19.86 +.31 +19.4 Nomura N NMR 6.83 4.43 149 4.54 813 4.64 4.54 -.04 -22.0 Noodles Q NDLS 13.30 3.60 324 11.60 1592 11.75 10.72 +.35 +121.0 Norbord n N OSB 1.29 3.1 45.45 32.22 191 42.23 1042 43.95 41.79 -.35 +24.9 NordicAOff N NAO .18 19.1 1.60 .71 308 .94 595 1.05 .85 +.07 -21.6 NordicAm N NAT .23e 10.0 5.84 1.82 566 2.29 3870 2.32 2.07 +.24 -6.9 Nordson Q NDSN 1.40 1.0 23 151.84 107.16 120 135.89 1698 135.94 123.77 +.90 -7.2sNordstrm N JWN 1.48a 2.4 23 62.18 37.79 5099 62.06 23529 62.74 59.07 +2.88 +31.0sNorflkSo N NSC 3.20f 1.8 26 176.69 116.90 1381 174.86 6714 176.69 173.12 +.79 +20.7 NorSys Q NSYS 8.08 2.77 178 4.30 301 4.38 3.88 +.18 +11.4 NoAmEn g N NOA .08 6.20 3.80 5.83 +17.8 NEurO N NRT .78e 10.0 9 9.40 6.10 14 7.80 68 8.12 7.56 -.07 +12.1 NoWestCp N NWE 2.20 3.6 16 64.47 50.01 192 60.94 963 62.16 60.29 -.95 +2.1 NorestB Q NBN .04 .2 18 29.95 18.85 9 21.85 56 22.40 21.60 -.10 -5.6 NDynMn g A NAK 2.34 .43 523 .54 2874 .57 .50 +.04 -69.5 NthnO&G A NOG 41 3.80 .63 3222 3.30 21685 3.43 2.81 +.43 +61.0 NthnTech Q NTIC .40 1.1 38 41.90 15.75 6 35.60 32 35.90 33.50 +.50 +43.8 NorTrst Q NTRS 2.20f 2.0 19 115.61 85.69 712 107.55 3777 109.48 106.87 -.15 +7.7 NthnTr pfC Q NTRSP 1.46 5.4 27.78 25.00 10 26.95 49 26.99 26.80 +.21 +2.6 NorthfldBc Q NFBK .40 2.4 22 18.39 15.14 83 16.60 406 16.72 16.33 +.06 -2.8sNthrim Q NRIM 1.08 2.4 18 45.15 27.20 16 44.10 92 45.15 43.32 -.85 +30.3 NorthropG N NOC 4.80 1.6 31 360.88 264.35 976 298.04 6366 299.85 294.30 +3.65 -2.9 NStREur n N NRE .60 4.3 14.81 10.08 80 13.83 811 14.06 13.72 +.08 +3.0sNwstBcsh Q NWBI .68 3.7 20 18.56 15.06 223 18.34 1609 18.56 18.09 +9.6 NwstNG N NWN 1.88 3.0 69.50 51.50 127 63.65 556 65.45 63.25 -1.45 +6.7 NwstPipe Q NWPX 22.00 14.60 37 17.77 197 18.00 16.65 +.32 -7.2 NorwCruis N NCLH 16 61.18 46.16 966 53.07 6955 53.78 52.16 +.58 -.3 NorwdFn s Q NWFL .88 2.3 30 39.97 26.05 5 38.67 39 39.75 36.54 +2.63 +17.2 NovaLfstyl Q NVFY 3.10 1.06 75 1.85 394 1.88 1.63 +.16 -23.1 NovaMeas Q NVMI 16 32.00 22.35 36 28.37 489 28.65 27.56 +.74 +9.5tNovaBay rs A NBY 4.80 1.90 12 1.90 64 2.20 1.90 -.15 -50.6 NovaGld g A NG 5.05 3.35 1080 3.74 7713 3.83 3.43 -.03 -4.8tNovan n Q NOVN 7.33 2.27 69 2.83 575 2.88 2.27 +.38 -32.9sNovanta Q NOVT 77.53 36.98 223 77.20 1603 77.80 70.70 +6.10 +54.4 Novartis N NVS 2.75e 3.3 17 94.19 72.30 884 83.75 7260 84.46 83.18 +.71 -.3 Novavax Q NVAX 2.75 .96 2116 1.33 13693 1.37 1.21 +.08 +7.3 Novelion rs Q NVLN 7.58 2.96 38 3.14 198 3.50 2.97 +.14 +.6 NovoNord N NVO .96e 2.0 58.37 44.28 1375 49.21 8062 49.43 47.67 +1.75 -8.3sNovoCure n Q NVCR 39.70 16.10 789 40.00 2722 40.15 35.10 +4.55 +98.0 NovumeS n Q NVMM 4.75 1.12 8 1.43 42 1.50 1.30 +.12 -68.4 NovusTher rs Q NVUS 8.61 3.12 12 4.85 99 5.78 4.65 -.08 +19.5 NOW Inc N DNOW 18.56 9.12 2188 17.26 6809 17.57 16.56 +.59 +56.5 NuSkin N NUS 1.47 1.9 38 88.68 55.37 181 79.44 1343 81.85 79.05 -.31 +16.4 NuCana n Q NCNA 32.00 9.32 69 26.06 176 30.10 24.03 +1.12 +157.8sNuVasive Q NUVA 45 71.15 44.62 318 69.96 2722 71.15 68.40 +19.6 NuanceCm Q NUAN 18.75 12.18 2212 16.59 8947 16.76 16.47 -.09 +1.5 Nucor N NUE 1.52 2.4 12 70.48 51.67 3158 62.52 12950 64.26 61.89 +.14 -1.7 Nush EnhYl N NUAG 24.87 23.37 12 23.69 62 23.71 23.63 +.08 -3.0 Nush 1-5yr N NUSA 25.18 24.24 7 24.40 12 24.41 24.36 +.01 -1.5sNushLCGr N NULG 36.32 28.72 3 36.56 24 36.56 35.79 +.77 +17.2 NushLCVal N NULV 30.70 26.13 4 30.27 27 30.42 30.10 +.04 +5.9sNushMCGr N NUMG 33.45 26.56 2 33.73 14 33.73 32.84 +.84 +14.9 NushMCVal N NUMV 29.85 25.59 1 28.74 5 29.02 28.70 -.03 +1.9sNushSmCap N NUSC 32.20 25.30 15 32.11 91 32.20 31.63 +.51 +12.9sNushShTrm N NURE 28.13 23.57 8 27.77 19 28.13 27.62 -.10 +5.4 Nus AgBd n N NUBD 25.90 23.98 12 24.37 34 24.38 24.32 +.06 -2.3 NushEs ef N NUEM 30.00 NustarEn N NS 2.40m 8.5 25 41.78 19.22 302 28.30 1433 28.64 27.47 +.62 -5.5 NustEn pfA N NSpA 2.13 8.7 27.03 21.53 27 24.36 180 24.37 24.02 +.32 -2.0 Nustar pfB N NSpB 1.91 8.2 25.75 20.00 35 23.35 88 23.47 22.84 +.47 +3.1 Nustar pfC N NSpC 26.43 22.31 13 25.49 502 25.49 25.01 +.30 -1.8 Nustar 43 N NSS 1.91 7.4 26.05 24.55 6 25.65 577 25.71 25.50 +.11 +2.6 Nutanix n Q NTNX 64.87 20.02 2120 56.97 9454 57.45 52.11 +3.38 +61.5 NutriSyst Q NTRI 1.00 2.6 22 60.80 26.06 432 38.40 1967 41.45 38.35 -.55 -27.0 Nutrien n N NTR 1.60 2.9 58.70 40.41 528 55.24 5281 56.34 54.38 -.72 +6.4 Nuvectra Q NVTR 23.66 7.60 297 21.18 889 21.54 20.00 +.33 +172.9 NuvNYVl2 n N NYV 15.50 13.22 13.50 9 13.77 13.44 -.13 -5.8 NuvCr22 n N JCO 10.10 9.26 66 9.60 213 9.64 9.52 +.08 +1.2 Nuv Mun21 N NHA 10.20 9.29 7 9.54 50 9.55 9.43 +.02 +1.1 NuvHiInO n N NMZ 13.91 12.28 47 13.08 420 13.12 13.05 +.01 -3.9tNuv Pf22 n N JPT 27.14 23.00 27 22.97 124 23.22 22.89 -.24 -8.6 Nuv 11-21 n N JHB 10.15 9.42 52 9.67 416 9.69 9.59 +.05 -2.9 NuvCA V2 n N NCB 18.40 15.24 7 15.42 38 15.56 15.38 -.08 -9.3 NvHiInDc19 N JHD 10.30 9.72 41 9.85 287 9.86 9.82 +.02 -1.7 Nuv RE In N JRS 11.41 9.39 64 10.34 268 10.43 10.28 -.01 -8.2 NuvMO Pr N NOM 17.58 12.49 0 12.70 9 12.81 12.67 +.02 -9.0 NuvAllCEn N JMLP 1.37 16.7 9.62 6.79 31 8.18 247 8.33 8.08 +.04 -4.4tNuvAZ N NAZ .80 6.4 14.87 12.40 11 12.49 85 12.52 12.40 +.06 -11.6 NuvBldAm N NBB 1.34 6.6 22.13 19.95 42 20.51 199 20.68 20.51 -.01 -6.7 NBldAmOp N NBD 1.30 5.9 23.08 21.52 4 22.13 23 22.25 21.94 +.31 -4.0 NCaAMTFr N NKX .86 6.5 16.02 13.30 117 13.37 553 13.53 13.37 -.14 -13.0 NCADvA N NAC .91 6.8 15.40 13.18 237 13.43 1175 13.49 13.42 -.06 -6.1 NCalMunV N NCA .47 4.8 10.70 9.16 45 9.70 158 9.78 9.55 +.11 -4.8 NuvCASel N NXC .63a 4.5 17.17 13.51 11 13.98 45 14.29 13.90 +.01 -6.2 NCTPI N NTC .68a 5.9 12.43 11.38 32 11.67 148 11.69 11.59 -.01 -2.1 NuvCorEqA N JCE 1.21a 7.7 16.49 13.95 28 15.73 111 15.90 15.50 +.23 +7.7 NvCredStr N JQC .62 7.8 8.54 7.83 482 7.93 2212 7.97 7.91 -.03 -3.5tNvDvrsDiv N JDD 1.04 9.3 12.97 11.06 33 11.14 351 11.22 11.06 -.05 -9.4 NuvDivA N NAD .85a 6.5 14.46 12.92 191 13.18 1261 13.24 13.17 -.03 -6.3 NvDow30DO N DIAX 1.06 5.4 20.00 16.42 91 19.65 435 19.92 19.57 +.16 +4.3 NuEnMLP N JMF 1.35 12.1 12.97 9.65 135 11.11 577 11.45 11.06 -.17 -2.5 NEnhMuV N NEV .96a 6.8 15.25 13.18 45 14.12 189 14.23 14.07 +.06 -.6tNuvFloat N JFR .72 7.1 11.87 10.20 283 10.18 1356 10.35 10.18 -.16 -9.2 NuvFltOp N JRO .76a 7.4 11.87 10.12 110 10.18 687 10.24 10.15 -.05 -10.7 NvGADiv2 N NKG .64a 5.7 13.55 11.15 12 11.26 66 11.29 11.23 -10.4 NuvGblHIn N JGH 1.58 9.9 17.45 15.22 55 16.03 401 16.03 15.83 +.20 -5.2 NuvHi2020 N JHY .68 6.9 10.50 9.67 12 9.86 114 9.89 9.83 +.01 -.5 NuvHIDec18 N JHA 10.09 9.67 26 9.86 182 9.86 9.83 +.03 -.5 NuvEnhMu N NVG 15.83 14.06 370 14.94 1519 14.97 14.85 +.05 -3.2 NNYAmtF N NRK .70 5.8 13.44 11.88 117 12.14 452 12.18 12.10 -.03 -6.3 NuvAmtFr N NEA .75a 5.8 14.18 12.70 222 12.93 1399 12.98 12.92 -.02 -6.0 NuvIntMu N NID .68 5.5 13.77 12.10 114 12.44 404 12.55 12.41 -.04 -4.2 NvIntQMu N NIQ .57 4.6 13.49 12.22 19 12.50 54 12.60 12.50 -.03 -2.9 NMDPI N NMY .67a 5.4 13.21 11.88 30 12.24 175 12.24 12.08 +.10 -2.7 NvMAP N NMT .71a 5.7 14.95 12.03 11 12.35 100 12.46 12.20 +.05 -13.5 NMIQI N NUM .74 5.9 13.98 12.41 16 12.65 78 12.68 12.60 +.03 -4.6 NuvMNMu N NMS .80 6.0 15.83 13.22 2 13.27 35 13.34 13.25 -.04 -9.8 NuvMtgOp N JLS 1.52 6.4 26.33 23.10 14 23.78 69 24.12 23.72 +.09 -3.7 NuMtgOp2 N JMT 1.53 6.6 25.40 22.21 7 23.13 28 23.28 23.00 +.20 -2.6 NuvMultM N JMM .48 6.8 7.77 6.60 6 7.02 40 7.07 7.01 -.02 -7.9 NvMuI N NMI .50a 4.6 13.27 10.77 12 10.89 41 11.12 10.89 -.15 -5.9 NuvMuVal N NUV .39a 4.1 10.46 9.32 240 9.51 1260 9.60 9.50 -.05 -6.1 Nv AMT-Fr N NUW .78a 5.1 18.59 15.15 27 15.23 172 15.32 15.18 +.03 -11.8 NvNq100Dy Q QQQX 1.48 5.9 28.19 20.24 124 24.98 716 25.09 24.52 +.36 +3.2 NuvNJDiv N NXJ .82a 6.2 14.04 12.86 43 13.09 281 13.12 13.05 +.02 -4.4 NuvNJMV A NJV .59a 4.2 15.45 14.70 13.99 -2.8 NNYDvA N NAN .80a 6.4 14.57 12.39 133 12.53 404 12.56 12.50 +.01 -9.4 NNYMV N NNY .39a 4.3 10.65 9.03 18 9.17 87 9.29 9.16 -.12 -3.5 NuvNYSel N NXN .55 4.3 14.30 12.58 7 12.77 24 12.88 12.76 -.03 -6.3 NNCPI N NNC .59a 4.8 13.67 12.06 6 12.24 72 12.31 12.18 -.03 -5.1 NOHQI N NUO .80 5.8 15.46 13.48 11 13.87 130 13.88 13.78 +.03 -5.3 NvPA N NQP .81a 6.3 13.77 12.34 21 12.80 136 12.81 12.75 +.01 -2.7 NuvPf&Inc N JPI 1.95a 8.4 25.61 22.72 29 23.15 170 23.39 23.10 -.13 -6.5 NvPfdInco N JPC .80 8.6 10.69 9.29 169 9.37 1146 9.39 9.30 +.06 -9.4 NuvQPf2 N JPS .70 7.9 10.47 8.75 446 8.86 2172 8.87 8.79 +.07 -13.1 NuvREAst N JRI 1.49a 9.0 18.75 15.75 114 16.53 331 16.54 16.26 +.27 -7.1 NuvEqtP N BXMX 1.00 6.9 14.57 13.00 142 14.42 772 14.50 14.29 +.11 +1.2 NEqPrmG N SPXX 1.04 6.1 19.88 15.03 35 17.09 230 17.31 17.08 -1.3 NvSMM N NIM .31a 3.2 10.55 9.49 18 9.63 107 9.70 9.63 -.04 -3.3 NSTFI N NXP .55a 3.9 15.16 13.85 22 14.02 148 14.17 14.02 -.11 -4.1 NSTFI2 N NXQ .53a 4.0 14.33 13.28 32 13.40 153 13.59 13.40 -.12 -3.9 NSTFI3 N NXR .55a 3.8 15.69 14.04 7 14.52 56 14.65 14.52 -.09 -4.4 NuvSnIn N NSL .42 6.9 6.83 6.10 73 6.13 489 6.17 6.10 -.01 -5.8 NuShDCrd N JSD 1.16a 7.0 17.75 16.45 38 16.62 177 16.86 16.61 -.21 -.1 Nv 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12.37 217 12.40 11.95 +.32 +3.9 OFS C25 n Q OFSSL 1.59 6.4 25.52 24.01 4 24.89 16 25.00 24.78 +.05 -.1 OGE Engy N OGE 1.33 3.6 20 37.69 29.59 724 37.10 6514 37.68 36.63 -.46 +12.7 OHA Inv Q OHAI .08 5.3 38 1.68 .85 6 1.52 50 1.54 1.47 +.07 +32.2sONEGas N OGS 1.84 2.3 24 80.69 62.20 111 79.11 944 80.69 78.83 -.92 +8.0 OP Bancp n Q OPBK 14.10 11.54 13 12.19 121 12.68 12.12 -.36 -2.1sOReillyAu Q ORLY 22 334.02 190.00 425 330.67 2447 334.02 326.37 +.71 +37.5 OSI Sys Q OSIS 68 96.64 50.50 386 76.63 1240 82.94 74.92 -.95 +19.0 OakVlyBcp Q OVLY .26e 1.2 19 25.65 14.55 4 21.82 30 22.19 20.18 +1.73 +11.7 OaktreeC N OAK 3.59e 8.7 12 48.05 38.80 224 41.30 1220 41.50 41.00 +.25 -1.9 OaktrSpL Q OCSL .38 7.5 5.91 4.17 322 5.05 3198 5.09 4.95 +.03 +3.3 OaktrSp28 Q OCSLL 1.53 6.1 25.77 24.01 2 24.90 24 25.00 24.75 +.09 -1.2 OaktStInco Q OCSI .62f 7.1 11 9.06 7.03 40 8.76 350 8.83 8.61 -.02 +4.3 OasisMid n N OMP 1.64f 7.1 52 24.21 15.57 29 23.23 210 24.20 22.97 -.57 +33.2 OasisPet N OAS 13.90 6.69 5297 13.21 26177 13.26 12.01 +1.13 +57.1 OasmiaPh n Q OASM .02p 3.17 .80 3 1.80 17 1.88 1.77 +.05 +104.3 ObalonT n Q OBLN 10.40 1.46 677 2.79 3499 2.86 1.67 +1.08 -57.8 ObsEva n Q OBSV 20.35 6.15 17 12.14 183 12.62 10.79 +.17 +24.4 Obsidian g N OBE 1.44 .82 1093 1.08 3827 1.08 .97 +.09 -12.9 OcciPet N OXY 3.12f 3.9 87.67 58.44 2445 79.34 14377 80.45 78.40 +.79 +7.7 OceanBio Q OBCI .05e 5.71 3.26 50 4.41 117 4.53 3.87 +.62 +1.6 OceanPw h Q OPTT 2.54 .66 164 .69 1087 .80 .69 -.07 -37.3 vjOceanR rs Q ORIG 105.20 20.22 141 26.75 802 27.59 26.00 +1.00 -.2sOceaneerg N OII .60 2.2 27.66 17.11 629 27.59 4009 27.69 25.47 +2.18 +30.5 OceanFst Q OCFC .60 2.0 17 30.90 24.02 95 29.56 609 29.65 29.04 +.22 +12.6tOch-Ziff N OZM .87e 46.5 21 3.95 1.86 230 1.87 1704 1.96 1.86 -.08 -25.2 Oclaro Q OCLR 14 10.20 5.61 919 9.41 6230 9.44 9.04 +.37 +39.6 OconeeFed Q OFED .40 1.5 30 30.49 25.55 0 27.01 4 27.01 26.68 -.01 -5.9 OcularTher Q OCUL 8.28 3.30 251 6.31 2113 6.55 5.89 +.31 +41.8 OcwenFn N OCN 4.84 2.66 454 4.31 1903 4.35 4.24 +.01 +37.7 OdonateT n Q ODT 32.00 15.15 9 20.40 105 20.80 18.63 +1.37 -18.4 OdysMr rsh Q OMEX 13.75 3.17 13 8.68 273 9.71 8.25 +.39 +130.2 OfficeDpt Q ODP .10 3.0 10 4.65 2.00 3250 3.34 22446 3.44 3.21 +.10 -5.6 OhioValB Q OVBC .84 1.8 29 56.15 29.45 7 46.15 24 47.00 45.60 -.25 +14.2 OhrPhar h Q OHRP 2.18 .15 80 .18 818 .19 .17 -.01 -90.6tOi SA C N OIBR/C 9.71 3.47 1137 3.51 2340 3.98 3.47 -.32 -37.7 OilStates N OIS 38.95 20.23 383 33.95 2083 34.00 31.05 +2.85 +20.0 Oil-Dri N ODC .96f 2.3 46 50.82 35.42 5 42.13 22 42.14 40.51 +1.16 +1.5 Okta n Q OKTA 61.00 23.91 988 59.95 4218 60.00 54.69 +4.72 +134.1 OldDomFrt Q ODFL .52 .4 35 164.10 93.29 334 146.66 1804 151.22 146.00 -.14 +11.5 OldLnBc Q OLBK .40f 1.2 18 35.72 26.17 23 34.18 132 34.60 33.98 -.01 +16.1 OldNBcp Q ONB .52 2.6 26 20.55 15.38 552 20.10 3502 20.35 19.68 +.35 +15.2 OldPoint Q OPOF .44 1.6 21 34.64 24.07 7 27.81 34 29.89 27.51 -.62 -6.5sOldRepub N ORI .78 3.5 19 22.37 17.92 1030 22.31 5545 22.38 21.92 +.36 +4.3 OldSecBc Q OSBC .04 .3 16 16.30 10.75 43 15.55 289 15.75 15.20 +.15 +13.9 OlScCTrI pf Q OSBCP .78 7.4 10.70 10.31 10.55 1 10.55 10.51 -.03 +1.2 Olin N OLN .80 2.6 9 38.84 27.68 858 30.70 5401 31.00 29.57 +1.00 -13.7sOllies n Q OLLI 38 80.95 41.31 479 80.55 3307 80.95 73.65 +6.10 +51.3 OlympStl Q ZEUS .08 .4 8 25.84 16.58 53 21.59 318 22.12 20.96 +.60 +.5 OmegaFlex Q OFLX .96f 1.1 50 95.00 53.50 13 87.88 51 89.98 87.06 +.56 +23.1sOmegaHlt N OHI 2.64 8.0 12 33.03 24.90 1137 32.91 7126 33.03 32.53 +.19 +19.5 Omeros Q OMER 25.20 8.36 392 22.12 2472 22.72 20.92 +1.20 +13.8sOmnicell Q OMCL 68.20 39.75 545 68.20 1778 68.80 63.70 +3.60 +40.6 Omnicom N OMC 2.40 3.5 14 83.34 65.32 716 68.97 6145 69.63 68.34 +.38 -5.3 Omnova N OMN 11.90 8.30 92 9.40 439 9.45 9.00 +.40 -6.0 OnAssign N ASGN 33 86.13 44.66 81.88 +27.4 OnDeckCap N ONDK 9.41 4.11 362 8.69 3066 9.23 8.50 -.31 +51.4 OnSmcnd Q ON 11 27.10 15.66 2981 21.12 22530 21.16 20.04 +.80 +.9 OnTrack Q OTIV 2.94 .93 35 1.02 341 1.08 1.01 -.03 -25.0 OncoMed Q OMED 5.56 1.74 185 2.15 307 2.60 2.12 -.33 -47.6 Oncobiolog Q ONS 2.30 .78 47 .89 102 .90 .81 +.12 -31.5 OncoCyte n A OCX 7.64 1.10 22 2.45 195 2.45 2.20 +.10 -47.3 OncolBio n Q ONCY 7.40 4.00 34 4.27 181 4.59 4.11 -.07 -31.8 Onconva rs Q ONTX 2.83 .33 248 .43 2046 .45 .40 +.02 -71.3 OncoSec rs Q ONCS 2.95 .88 213 1.43 2895 1.54 1.33 -.09 -12.0 OneGpHosp Q STKS 3.10 1.32 85 3.01 221 3.10 2.84 +.06 +25.9 OneHorz rs Q OHGI 3.38 .20 1354 .22 3434 .29 .22 -.05 -84.3 180 DgrCap Q TURN 2.50 1.53 17 2.38 109 2.40 2.30 +.07 +20.8 OneLibrty N OLP 1.80 6.2 18 29.44 21.02 43 28.85 211 29.24 28.67 -.19 +11.3 OneStopS n Q OSS 6.25 3.17 31 3.80 64 4.00 3.65 -.10 -22.1 1800Flowrs Q FLWS 22 15.00 7.80 297 12.53 1066 14.70 12.35 -1.93 +17.1tOneSmart n N ONE 16.00 8.50 137 8.75 1287 9.70 8.50 -.21 -19.8 OneSpan Q OSPN 97 23.35 11.05 96 18.40 655 18.50 17.50 +.70 +32.4 OneMain N OMF 17 37.29 23.70 296 36.42 1559 36.74 35.20 +1.19 +40.1 ONEOK N OKE 3.30f 4.9 49 71.99 49.65 2044 67.49 13913 68.42 67.10 -.03 +26.3sOoma n N OOMA 16.95 7.40 170 15.95 397 16.95 15.43 -.30 +33.5 OpenText s Q OTEX .61f 1.6 21 40.31 31.21 623 38.94 2290 39.13 38.24 +.11 +9.2 OperaLtd n Q OPRA 15.62 10.22 1430 13.32 2021 13.50 10.95 +2.35 +1.6 OpesAcq n Q OPES 9.98 9.66 2 9.80 119 9.84 9.70 +1.2sOpesAcq un Q OPESU 10.15 9.11 2 10.10 122 10.16 10.10 -.05 +.8 OpGen n rs Q OPGN 10.25 1.62 24 1.91 538 2.04 1.79 +.13 -59.1 Ophthotech Q OPHT 1 4.50 2.25 43 2.38 459 2.49 2.29 -.01 -23.7 OpiantPh n Q OPNT 51.90 12.75 21 16.30 65 16.56 15.20 +.02 -29.0 OpkoHlth Q OPK 7.24 2.66 2619 5.63 15563 5.99 5.48 +.02 +14.9 OppLgCap N RWL .72e 1.3 55.31 45.76 35 53.90 233 54.05 53.59 +.32 +4.9sOppMidCap N RWK .59e .7 64.67 53.65 9 64.44 37 64.67 63.59 +.92 +6.1sOppSmCap N RWJ .59e .7 79.05 60.36 18 78.74 81 79.05 77.49 +1.38 +12.7sOppUltDiv N RDIV 1.15e 2.9 39.29 32.20 160 39.18 817 39.29 38.93 +.23 +7.1sOp R1000D n N OMFL 28.33 24.74 26 28.32 57 28.36 28.18 +.17 +8.5 OpIntRev n N REFA 30.89 25.68 2 26.30 8 26.39 26.16 +.36 -5.6 OpGlbRv n N RGLB 30.09 26.33 27.05 0 27.05 27.05 +.65 -3.0 Opp Rev n N ESGL 33.09 28.18 0 32.08 3 32.26 32.08 +.09 +3.2 OppGlRv n N ESGF 33.63 29.00 29.59 0 -5.7 OppenFin N RWW .58e .8 74.63 58.96 2 68.45 9 69.02 68.10 +.20 -.8 OpEMRev n N REEM 30.65 24.68 0 25.60 6 25.60 25.21 +.37 -7.9sOppenHldg N OPY .44 1.3 34.05 15.35 69 33.25 494 34.15 32.05 +1.00 +24.1 OptiNose n Q OPTN 30.00 12.51 367 15.20 1796 15.73 13.80 +1.40 -19.6 Optibase Q OBAS 9.50 6.40 2 8.90 3 8.90 8.04 +.25 +11.8 OptCable Q OCC .08 2.1 4.30 2.13 2 3.80 22 3.89 3.53 +.12 +57.9 OptimBk h Q OPHC 13.96 1.85 0 5.06 11 5.35 5.06 -.29 +7.6 OpusBank Q OPB .52e 1.8 18 30.95 21.06 91 28.30 610 29.10 28.00 -.35 +3.7 Oracle N ORCL .76 1.5 56 53.48 42.57 14012 49.26 61098 49.39 48.24 +.90 +4.2tOramedPh Q ORMP 11.34 4.60 31 4.68 174 4.89 4.60 -.05 -48.0 Orange N ORAN .41e 2.5 18.57 15.89 174 16.66 2370 16.74 16.25 +.47 -4.3 OraSure Q OSUR 32 23.01 12.86 283 16.15 1526 16.80 16.03 -.21 -14.4 Orbcomm Q ORBC 11.95 8.50 426 11.00 2467 11.16 10.77 +.05 +8.1 Orbotch Q ORBK 22 65.75 36.49 226 64.32 698 64.50 63.31 +.33 +28.0 OrchidIsl N ORC 1.08e 13.6 42 10.47 6.77 559 7.96 3142 7.98 7.76 +.16 -14.2 OrchidsPP A TIS 1.40 52.2 4 15.74 .70 370 2.68 1862 2.82 2.40 +.13 -79.1 Organovo Q ONVO 2.38 .91 644 1.26 2631 1.28 1.15 -6.0 Orgenesis n Q ORGS 16.80 6.00 8 6.83 69 7.52 6.82 +.01 -50.7tOrignAg rs Q SEED 19.60 5.35 20 5.50 274 6.22 5.35 -.68 -35.3 OrigBcp n Q OBNK .13 .3 42.31 36.12 148 40.67 358 41.50 39.87 -.14 +8.5 OrionEngy Q OESX 1.25 .70 21 .97 175 1.00 .96 -.00 +9.7 OrionECarb N OEC .72 76 36.55 20.55 214 35.15 1203 35.75 34.10 +1.15 +37.3 OrionGpHl N ORN 9.83 5.17 159 8.78 786 9.19 8.76 -.42 +12.1 Oritani Q ORIT 1.13e 6.8 12 17.70 15.00 156 16.45 749 16.60 16.20 +.10 +.3 Orix N IX 100.03 77.59 27 78.80 110 80.05 78.64 +.04 -7.1 OrmatTc N ORA .49 .9 48 70.68 45.79 130 52.90 947 53.55 50.78 +1.70 -17.3 OrrstownF Q ORRF .52 2.0 20 27.05 23.40 4 25.85 81 26.05 25.30 +.25 +2.4sOrthoPed n Q KIDS 32.59 14.00 36 32.18 273 32.59 29.26 +1.62 +67.7 OrthoMed Q OFIX 71 61.98 47.16 224 53.51 794 54.90 52.27 -.72 -2.2sOshRusS n N OUSM 28.79 24.76 15 28.79 87 28.80 28.43 +.37 +6.5 OshIntQ n N ONTL 29.06 25.73 1 26.68 12 26.95 26.53 +.25 -3.5 OshkoshCp N OSK .96 1.4 16 100.26 66.77 430 69.89 3664 71.35 68.69 -.75 -23.1 OsirisTher n Q OSIR 11.93 7.30 15 8.86 84 9.00 8.30 +.30 -18.3tOsiskoGl n N OR .20 14.39 7.85 652 8.16 2708 8.30 7.85 +.11 -29.4 OssenInn rs Q OSN 16 8.90 1.50 2 2.48 137 2.83 2.38 -.40 -13.9 Otelco Q OTEL 11 17.75 8.15 4 17.35 36 17.75 16.60 +.75 +30.0 Otonomy Q OTIC 21.15 2.80 147 2.80 505 3.10 2.80 -.25 -49.5 OttawaBc n Q OTTW .20 1.4 54 14.99 13.61 2 13.95 28 13.95 13.70 +.15 -3.4 OtterTail Q OTTR 1.34 2.7 24 49.75 39.00 105 48.80 440 49.75 48.30 -.70 +9.8 OutfrontM N OUT 1.44 7.2 11 25.30 17.75 932 19.88 4556 19.91 19.30 +.55 -14.3 OvaScience Q OVAS 1.65 .70 198 .75 517 .80 .73 -.05 -46.4 OverSh rs N OSG 4.16 1.67 327 3.39 3174 3.45 3.31 +.09 +23.7 Overstk Q OSTK 89.80 18.90 1221 30.65 9319 31.55 29.30 +.63 -52.0 Ovid Th n Q OVID 12.44 5.59 68 6.60 297 7.12 6.30 -.27 -33.1 OwensMin N OMI 1.04 6.2 11 29.85 14.07 599 16.66 4132 16.72 15.91 +.77 -11.8 OwensCorn N OC .84 1.5 18 96.52 56.25 1154 57.46 5412 60.12 57.43 -.82 -37.5 OwensIll N OI 21 25.90 16.22 800 18.11 4055 18.14 17.52 +.64 -18.3 OwensRM A ORM .80f 4.7 12 18.72 13.71 6 17.14 54 17.80 17.00 -.50 +7.1 Oxbridge Q OXBR .48 25.9 4 5.95 1.00 9 1.85 77 1.96 1.75 -.15 -14.0 OxfordImm Q OXFD 17.41 10.00 200 14.53 515 14.67 13.53 +.55 +4.0 OxfordInds N OXM 1.36 1.5 23 97.19 57.36 70 93.32 468 96.05 92.92 -.56 +24.1 OxfordLn Q OXLC 1.62 14.9 11.74 9.11 294 10.90 1888 11.37 10.86 -.16 +8.5 Oxford 23pf Q OXLCO 1.88 7.4 25.74 25.14 3 25.42 39 25.50 25.29 +.16 +.1 OxfrLn24 pf Q OXLCM 1.69 6.6 25.93 25.09 0 25.48 4 25.61 25.35 +.07 +1.1 OxfSqCap Q OXSQ .80 11.0 6 7.48 5.15 120 7.29 557 7.34 7.21 +.10 +27.0 OxfSqC24 n Q OXSQL 1.63 6.5 26.99 25.14 25.04 -3.1P-Q:P&F Inds Q PFIN .20 2.4 8.88 5.74 3 8.50 4 8.50 7.80 +.69 +1.4 PAM Q PTSI 55 67.00 17.33 14 62.00 54 62.85 58.82 +2.39 +80.1 PB Bncp Q PBBI .24 2.0 12.20 10.00 1 12.00 15 12.00 11.60 +.15 +11.6 PBF Engy N PBF 1.20 2.4 15 51.42 19.46 1355 49.80 8103 50.28 45.61 +4.19 +40.5 PBF Logist N PBFX 1.96f 9.1 11 22.70 17.75 87 21.60 276 21.90 21.35 +.05 +3.1 PC Cnnctn Q CNXN .34e 18 39.79 22.66 25 38.13 205 39.04 38.01 -.57 +45.5tPC-Tel Q PCTI .22 5.1 7.85 4.01 44 4.33 595 4.40 4.01 +.15 -41.2 PCM Fund N PCM .96 8.3 12.13 10.15 8 11.50 119 11.68 11.45 -.16 -.6 PCM Inc Q PCMI 25.23 6.90 327 21.50 1137 23.18 20.51 -1.35 +117.2 PCSB Fn n Q PCSB .03p 54 22.34 16.50 35 20.93 194 20.98 20.45 +.41 +9.9 PDC Engy Q PDCE 66.20 37.15 508 54.21 4079 55.93 50.95 +2.66 +5.2 PDF Sol Q PDFS 29 18.48 9.27 131 9.86 551 9.97 9.43 +.20 -37.2 PDL Bio Q PDLI .20 8.5 4 3.55 2.27 927 2.34 5176 2.37 2.28 +.01 -14.6 PDL Cmt n Q PDLB 16.95 14.46 7 14.98 34 15.15 14.70 +.19 -1.3 PG&E Cp N PCG 2.12f 5.0 7 71.57 37.30 8514 42.81 38755 45.71 42.35 -2.44 -4.5sPGT Inc N PGTI 32 25.95 12.55 704 24.75 2621 25.95 24.50 -.20 +46.9 PHH Corp N PHH 14.32 8.01 55 10.94 261 10.96 10.90 +.02 +6.2 PHI vtg Q PHII 13.95 7.11 9 9.40 30 9.99 8.54 +.86 -19.6 PHI nv Q PHIIK .20 2.2 13.39 7.11 60 8.95 392 9.04 8.10 +.72 -22.6 PICO Hld s Q PICO 5.00e 14.57 10.38 44 12.45 240 12.60 12.35 -.05 -2.7 PIMCO1-3Tr N TUZ .34a .7 50.80 49.84 2 49.99 41 50.04 49.97 -.01 -.6 Pimc1-5Tip N STPZ .53e 1.0 52.52 51.20 31 51.52 139 51.55 51.44 +.11 -.8 Pim15TIPS N LTPZ .42e .6 69.37 64.47 5 67.72 52 67.72 66.86 +1.01 -2.2 PimBrdTIPS N TIPZ .80e 1.4 58.70 56.63 3 57.44 8 57.48 57.28 +.28 -1.3 PimLwDur N LDUR 2.82e 2.0 101.42 99.25 8 99.62 47 99.74 99.60 +.01 -.7 PimcoTR N BOND 6.13e 5.9 107.65 101.92 72 103.50 393 103.50 103.26 +.39 -2.4 Pim0-5HYCp N HYS 5.21e 5.2 101.76 97.52 58 100.53 637 100.55 100.22 +.34 PimIGBd N CORP 3.12a 3.1 106.25 97.04 35 101.58 336 101.63 101.11 +.32 -3.9 PimShMat N MINT .82e .8 101.87 101.35 643 101.60 3604 101.60 101.54 +.07 PimIntMu N MUNI 1.26 2.4 54.58 52.31 9 52.97 69 53.14 52.82 +.04 -1.3 PimSTMun N SMMU .47e .9 50.80 49.49 3 49.85 25 50.04 49.81 -.17 Pim25yrZro N ZROZ 3.07e 2.7 124.10 106.57 6 115.55 75 115.55 113.90 +2.07 -4.8 PJT Part n N PJT .20 .3 61.18 35.47 78 59.28 500 60.00 57.95 +1.20 +30.0 PLDT Inc N PHI 1.60e 6.1 34.50 21.58 187 26.28 556 27.65 26.02 -.07 -12.6 PLX Phr rs Q PLXP 9.41 3.20 4 3.30 36 3.50 3.25 -.07 -52.2 PNC pfP N PNCpP 1.65 6.0 29.33 26.65 89 27.69 306 27.78 27.55 -.01 -2.2 PNC pfQ N PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 25.78 24.15 14 25.08 98 25.13 24.98 -1.1 PNC N PNC 3.80f 2.7 12 163.59 119.77 1955 142.93 7834 146.73 142.78 -1.62 -.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 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 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PNM Res N PNM 1.06 2.7 19 46.00 33.75 344 39.55 2072 40.90 39.20 -1.10 -2.2 POSCO N PKX 93.12 67.17 105 71.38 573 73.25 69.46 +1.19 -8.6 PPDAI n N PPDF 13.68 3.82 1550 5.95 7558 5.99 4.91 +1.10 -16.3 PPG s N PPG 1.92f 1.7 20 122.07 100.36 869 110.62 6808 111.81 108.49 +2.20 -5.3 PPL Cap 73 N PPX 1.48 5.8 25.76 24.40 9 25.32 51 25.49 25.21 +.13 -1.1 PPL Corp N PPL 1.64 5.5 13 39.90 25.30 4273 29.70 22253 30.21 29.32 -.18 -4.0 PQ GrpH n N PQG 36 18.69 12.88 167 17.78 840 18.17 17.23 -.09 +8.1 PRA Grp Q PRAA 56 43.75 25.72 101 37.85 1012 38.40 36.55 +.80 +14.0 PRA Hlth Q PRAH 65 108.02 73.23 448 105.40 2188 106.23 100.79 +3.72 +15.7 PRGX Glbl Q PRGX 10.30 6.25 101 9.50 452 9.55 8.95 +.45 +33.8 PS BusPk N PSB 4.20f 3.2 26 137.60 107.91 90 129.35 375 132.61 128.71 -2.28 +3.4 PSBPk pfU N PSBpU 1.44 5.7 25.99 24.36 2 25.21 33 25.25 25.08 +.14 -.2 PSBPk pfV N PSBpV 1.42 5.8 26.08 24.06 5 24.84 47 25.05 24.84 -.11 -1.8 PS BusP pfY N PSBpY 24.78 22.04 18 23.29 107 23.31 23.00 +.28 -5.3 PS BusP pfX N PSBpX 1.31 5.5 25.50 22.32 11 23.70 76 23.78 23.35 +.05 -6.2 PS BsPk pfW N PSBpW 25.77 22.23 10 23.50 49 23.71 23.30 +.06 -6.9 PTC Inc Q PTC 100.79 53.11 707 97.20 3576 97.68 91.50 +4.89 +59.9 PTC Thera Q PTCT 52.95 14.56 2502 41.16 5012 44.70 40.34 -1.19 +146.8 PVH Corp N PVH .15 .1 18 169.22 118.66 919 154.53 4931 156.34 149.86 +5.34 +12.6 PacWstBc Q PACW 2.40 4.8 15 55.86 43.08 580 50.42 3148 51.88 50.36 -.73 Paccar Q PCAR 1.12 1.7 12 79.69 59.82 1931 67.43 10301 68.70 66.13 +.27 -5.1sPcrTrnd750 N PTLC 30.99 25.96 142 31.01 608 31.02 30.74 +.27 +8.3sPcrTrnd450 N PTMC 33.69 27.77 46 33.60 301 33.69 33.15 +.43 +8.0 PcrTrnd100 N PTNQ 35.62 27.23 56 35.46 239 35.46 34.76 +.53 +17.2 PacrCash n N GCOW 34.59 29.33 17 31.05 103 31.22 30.82 +.07 -1.4 PacrTrendp N PTEU 33.39 26.51 31 27.88 143 27.99 27.13 +.82 -9.2 Pacr Wlth n N PWS 27.67 23.99 32 26.57 64 26.59 25.97 +.63 +5.3 Pac Cash n N CALF 32.73 22.70 12 30.07 65 30.33 29.77 +.31 +15.2 PacDvCsh n N ICOW 31.03 26.71 6 27.44 24 27.67 27.22 +.13 -6.5 PacBiosci Q PACB 5.70 2.02 587 4.29 2942 4.50 4.06 +.10 +62.5 PacCityF n Q PCB 20.50 19.50 25 19.75 124 20.00 19.50 -.10 -1.2 PacifCstOil N ROYT .15e 6.0 6 2.75 1.36 150 2.44 665 2.45 2.30 +.09 +25.8tPacEthanol Q PEIX 6.06 1.70 295 1.95 2655 2.05 1.70 -.10 -57.1 PacGE pfA A PCGpA 1.50 6.1 33.05 21.19 7 24.49 42 25.19 24.00 -.16 -13.2tPacGE pfB A PCGpB 1.37 6.2 30.15 22.05 2 22.02 21 23.04 22.01 -.68 -14.8tPacGE pfC A PCGpC 1.25 6.1 28.89 20.50 0 20.51 7 21.25 20.50 -.64 -16.6tPacGE pfD A PCGpD 1.25 6.3 26.74 19.85 1 20.00 9 20.43 19.80 -17.2 PacGE pfE A PCGpE 1.25 6.3 29.48 19.75 0 20.00 16 20.26 19.90 -.47 -18.9tPacGE pfG A PCGpG 1.20 6.3 27.10 19.01 13 19.07 30 19.82 18.90 -.78 -22.4tPacGE pfH A PCGpH 1.12 6.4 29.54 18.11 10 17.69 19 18.92 17.51 -1.25 -23.3tPacGE pfI A PCGpI 1.09 6.1 26.84 18.11 4 17.93 15 18.82 17.93 -.97 -20.5sPacMerc Q PMBC 23 10.10 7.75 25 10.10 72 10.15 9.90 +.25 +15.4 PacPreBc Q PPBI .15p 22 46.05 32.05 232 39.60 1733 39.90 38.50 +1.05 -1.0 PaciraPhm Q PCRX 48.40 26.95 370 46.20 3219 46.90 44.35 -.15 +1.2 PackAmer N PKG 3.16f 2.9 18 131.13 106.49 648 110.64 3243 112.65 109.71 -.97 -8.2 Pagsegur n N PAGS 39.97 24.57 1907 25.85 10177 27.28 24.78 -.91 -18.5tPainThr rs Q PTIE 12.80 .81 1909 .96 6558 .98 .81 +.04 -76.1 PalatinTch A PTN 1.59 .39 416 .96 5954 1.00 .86 +.00 +12.0sPaloAltNet N PANW 219.91 126.82 2167 225.43 6683 226.71 209.72 +12.34 +55.5tPampaEng N PAM 72.98 30.68 574 29.73 1533 32.39 28.71 -1.79 -55.8 PanASlv Q PAAS .14 .9 20 19.56 13.99 1744 15.82 5933 16.14 15.11 +1.7 Pandora N P 8.78 4.09 4619 8.07 21020 8.19 7.86 +.05 +67.4 PangaeaL Q PANL 2 8.40 2.13 36 3.43 187 3.60 3.10 +.28 -6.8 PanhO&G N PHX .16 .8 25.30 17.65 13 19.10 72 19.50 18.30 +.69 -7.1 PapaJohns Q PZZA .90 2.0 18 80.80 38.05 4843 44.70 9837 45.29 42.20 +.77 -20.3 PapaMurph Q FRSH 14 6.50 4.39 40 5.42 138 5.48 5.26 +.05 +.7 ParPetr rt A PARR/r .06 ParTech N PAR 57 25.20 7.31 67 23.25 553 24.32 23.04 +.13 +148.7tParaGold n A PZG 3 1.80 1.05 24 1.06 149 1.10 1.05 -.03 -18.5 ParamtGp N PGRE .40 2.6 16.61 13.70 900 15.63 5539 16.05 15.46 -.34 -1.4 ParatekPh Q PRTK 29.00 9.38 244 10.30 1795 10.85 10.07 +.10 -42.5 Paretem rs A TEUM 3.59 .54 948 2.56 4177 2.63 2.46 +23.7 ParkCity Q PCYG 41 13.40 6.75 14 8.20 97 8.30 7.90 +.20 -14.1 ParkEl N PKE .40 1.9 17 24.16 15.41 114 21.34 388 21.64 20.98 +.03 +25.2sParkHot n N PK 2.20f 6.7 33.54 23.91 1341 32.66 6286 33.54 32.41 -.25 +13.6 ParkNatl A PRK 3.84 3.5 16 119.00 93.46 34 110.25 149 112.50 109.20 +.25 +6.0 ParkOh Q PKOH .50 1.2 18 47.90 34.95 18 41.90 138 42.74 39.75 +2.25 -8.8 ParkeBcp Q PKBK .56f 2.4 16 24.80 17.09 11 23.00 77 23.25 21.80 +.60 +23.1 ParkDrl rs N PKD 21.60 3.08 58 3.94 423 4.33 3.18 +.76 ParkerHan N PH 3.04 1.8 21 212.80 152.47 1506 171.53 5508 172.59 168.65 +1.96 -14.1 ParsleyEn N PE 33 33.43 21.12 3167 28.63 17591 28.95 28.00 +.26 -2.8 PrtnrCm Q PTNR 20 6.60 3.23 2 4.57 44 4.60 4.07 +.62 -25.7 PartRe pfF N PREpF 1.47 5.8 26.18 24.68 2 25.17 17 25.48 25.10 +.17 -1.6 PartRe pfG N PREpG 1.63 6.2 27.44 25.81 29 26.27 57 26.56 26.12 +.19 -2.1 PartRe pfH N PREpH 1.81 6.5 29.54 26.81 44 27.83 109 28.01 27.41 +.42 -2.9 PartRe pfI N PREpI 1.47 5.8 27.08 24.91 22 25.15 44 25.51 25.08 +.05 -4.3 PartyCity n N PRTY 14 16.95 9.50 724 15.20 4365 15.40 14.55 +.05 +9.0 PathfdBcp Q PBHC .24 1.5 22 16.64 14.60 0 15.50 19 15.60 15.30 +.10 +.6 PatrkInd s Q PATK 21 72.35 45.30 77 63.40 677 64.00 60.65 +2.05 -8.7 PatrNBc rs Q PNBK .04 .2 29 21.15 16.30 19.60 8 19.86 19.25 -.20 +9.8 PatriotTr n Q PATI 14 23.80 16.72 1 20.61 6 21.25 20.42 -.60 +18.6 PatternEn Q PEGI 1.69 8.4 15 26.56 16.58 496 20.14 4182 20.86 19.88 +.06 -6.3 Patterson Q PDCO 1.04 4.4 10 40.90 20.57 1469 23.41 7525 24.10 23.13 -.12 -35.2 PattUTI Q PTEN .16 .9 25.03 14.60 2708 17.48 13036 18.03 16.96 +.49 -24.0 Pavmed n Q PAVM 9.31 .87 716 1.13 5595 1.47 1.04 -.31 -50.5 Pavmed wt Q PAVMW 2.88 .35 .42 -32.3 Paychex Q PAYX 2.24 3.1 29 73.10 54.86 1120 72.99 8726 73.04 71.74 +.67 +7.2sPaycomSft N PAYC 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277 34.98 1265 35.56 34.87 -.24 -3.3 PnnNtGm Q PENN 36 36.90 20.05 851 34.55 5774 35.36 33.23 +1.50 +10.3 PennVa n Q PVAC 96.13 32.49 201 83.43 682 84.75 77.53 +5.12 +113.3 PennantPk Q PNNT .72 9.3 9 7.80 6.29 209 7.75 1101 7.78 7.70 +.03 +12.2 PenPkFR Q PFLT 1.14 8.3 11 14.65 12.00 81 13.70 401 13.75 13.55 +.17 -.1 Penney N JCP 31 4.75 1.60 10338 1.83 69155 1.84 1.61 +.04 -42.1 PennsWd Q PWOD 1.88 4.1 18 50.00 39.59 3 46.00 20 46.50 45.02 +.51 -1.2 PennaRE N PEI .84 8.1 14 12.52 8.86 495 10.42 2706 10.90 10.33 -.26 -12.4 PenRE pfB N PEIpB 1.84 7.4 25.59 20.21 6 24.88 38 25.07 24.64 +.30 -1.2 PenRE pfC N PEIpC 1.80 7.5 26.63 19.44 6 24.09 41 24.31 23.82 +.27 -7.0 PenRE pfD N PEIpD 1.72 7.4 25.83 19.01 8 23.35 41 23.36 22.97 +.38 -7.0 PennyMFn N PFSI .47p 8 25.20 16.40 76 21.35 366 21.75 21.05 -.15 -4.5sPennyMac N PMT 1.88 9.5 21 20.07 14.87 159 19.81 1191 20.07 19.75 +.02 +23.3 Penny pfA N PMTpA 2.03 8.0 25.80 23.11 19 25.38 109 25.44 25.30 +.11 +.6 PennyM pfB N PMTpB 25.45 23.68 24 25.22 299 25.25 25.13 +.07 +.2 PensarAc n Q WRLS 10.17 7.75 50 9.95 731 9.96 9.87 +2.9 PensrAc rt Q WRLSR .55 .30 .53 53 .53 .49 +.02 +6.0 PensarA un Q WRLSU 11.48 10.13 10.23 2 10.70 10.23 -.48 -.9 Penske N PAG 1.40f 2.7 12 54.83 38.95 415 52.33 1776 53.38 51.47 +.44 +9.4 Pentair N PNR .70 1.6 13 74.84 41.00 991 42.88 5691 43.61 42.41 +.08 -39.3 Penumbra n N PEN 167.35 82.30 172 129.10 982 131.00 122.45 +3.40 +37.2 PeopUtdF Q PBCT .70 3.8 16 20.26 15.97 1649 18.66 10687 18.95 18.58 -.06 -.2 PeopUtd pf Q PBCTP 1.41 5.4 28.99 25.00 10 26.24 63 26.24 25.90 +.30 -7.3 PeBcOH Q PEBO 1.12 3.1 17 39.58 29.55 47 35.93 259 36.47 35.05 -.09 +10.1 PeopBNC Q PEBK .52 1.7 16 34.54 26.00 5 30.47 19 30.81 30.00 +.37 -.7 PeopFSvc Q PFIS 1.32f 2.9 17 52.00 39.48 3 45.73 17 46.47 45.00 +.71 -1.8 PeopUtah n Q PUB .40f 1.1 32 38.70 26.60 17 36.00 124 36.25 35.40 +.25 +18.8 PepsiCo Q PEP 3.71 3.3 35 122.51 95.94 3677 112.15 23916 115.85 111.51 -2.81 -6.5 Percptr Q PRCP .15 1.5 30 12.25 6.80 8 10.05 31 10.48 9.65 +.34 +3.6sPerficient Q PRFT 45 28.03 17.45 198 28.03 751 28.24 26.77 +.87 +47.0 PerfFood n N PFGC 22 39.45 26.35 714 34.75 4001 34.83 33.00 +1.10 +5.0 Performnt Q PFMT 3.52 1.52 16 2.17 78 2.20 1.89 +.26 +31.5 PerionNwk Q PERI 1.35 .71 180 1.19 1548 1.23 1.02 +.14 +15.5 PerkElm N PKI .28 .3 34 87.72 63.37 419 87.49 2710 87.72 85.39 +2.13 +19.7tPermRck n N PRT 16.69 12.87 159 13.45 880 15.69 12.87 -2.23 -13.2 PermaFix Q PESI 5.15 3.29 2 4.85 14 5.00 4.75 +32.9 PermaPip Q PPIH 10.43 8.00 3 9.21 17 9.33 9.15 -.04 +2.3 Prmian N PBT .65e 7.2 25 10.30 8.06 49 8.96 222 9.01 8.80 +.09 +1.0 PernixT rs Q PTX 3.35 1.20 563 1.35 933 1.60 1.32 -.09 -43.8 Perrigo N PRGO .76 1.0 95.93 67.53 737 74.29 6872 75.56 73.14 +1.33 -14.8 PerryEllis Q PERY 8 29.59 16.35 48 27.70 509 27.88 27.45 +.09 +10.6 PershGld rs Q PGLC 3.31 1.07 51 1.28 267 1.37 1.10 +.18 -46.7 Perspecta n N PRSP 25.45 19.84 731 23.82 6579 23.88 23.05 +.52 -3.0sPetIQ n Q PETQ 40.04 17.03 893 37.51 5919 40.04 34.71 +3.00 +71.7 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3.82 117 4.46 631 4.58 4.10 +.11 -31.3sPhotrIn Q PLAB 1 10.60 7.20 1067 10.80 5585 11.00 8.55 +2.05 +26.7 PhysRltTr N DOC .92 5.3 46 19.07 14.13 775 17.41 8652 17.67 17.35 -.02 -2.0 PiedmLithn Q PLLL 17.98 11.76 3 12.10 14 13.20 11.85 -.80 -5.1 PiedmOfc N PDM .84 4.2 9 20.57 16.69 644 19.98 3133 20.41 19.80 -.30 +1.9 Pier 1 N PIR .28 14.0 5.92 1.74 1137 2.00 5016 2.03 1.82 +.10 -51.7 PierisPhm Q PIRS 9.75 4.43 163 5.26 1372 5.49 4.98 +.17 -30.3 PilgrimsP Q PPC 8 38.39 16.30 1536 18.45 5498 18.97 17.72 -.04 -40.6sPimUS Eq n N MFUS 29.57 25.01 6 29.61 35 29.67 29.43 +.33 +7.2 Pim IntEq n N MFDX 28.41 24.89 2 25.63 27 25.67 25.34 +.33 -4.1 PimEmMkt N MFEM 28.32 23.08 4 24.07 42 24.07 23.64 +.41 -8.0 PimcoCA N PCQ .92 5.4 17.89 14.43 16 17.10 113 17.12 16.85 +.17 -1.0 PimcoCA2 N PCK .65 7.5 10.31 8.01 65 8.60 276 8.65 8.41 +.20 -15.4 PimcCA3 N PZC .72 6.7 11.12 9.55 40 10.79 93 10.93 10.67 -.05 +3.4 PimcoCp&I N PCN 1.35 7.5 18.60 16.03 60 18.09 400 18.42 17.79 -.26 +5.2 PimCpOp N PTY 1.56a 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11 4.90 15 5.04 4.40 +.10 -35.6 PiperJaf N PJC 1.50f 1.9 13 99.80 52.75 31 78.00 335 80.70 77.55 +.63 -9.6tPitnyBw N PBI .75 9.3 5 14.80 7.81 2102 8.09 11921 8.47 7.81 +.01 -27.6 PitnyBw 43 N PBIpB 1.67 6.8 25.80 21.46 52 24.79 178 25.10 24.21 -.25 +1.6 PivotSft n N PVTL 31.24 15.11 1631 26.55 6336 27.30 24.41 +1.66 +68.8 Pixelwrks Q PXLW 7.05 3.15 199 4.28 1039 4.34 4.02 +.21 -32.5 PlainsAAP N PAA 1.95 7.2 43 27.70 18.38 1866 27.14 11260 27.60 26.76 +.06 +31.5 PlainsGP rs N PAGP 1.70 53 27.00 18.98 1262 26.84 5683 26.93 26.39 +.42 +22.3 PlanetFit n N PLNT 2 53.41 23.55 668 50.73 4552 51.62 49.49 -.05 +46.5 Plantron N PLT .60 .9 22 82.28 41.28 284 67.46 1089 67.66 66.26 +.71 +33.9 PlatfmSpc N PAH 17 12.94 9.09 1932 12.59 12372 12.76 12.37 +.20 +26.9 PlatGpM rs A PLG 1 .72 .08 1202 .10 4666 .10 .10 +.00 -66.4 PlayAGS n N AGS 32.17 16.66 334 31.44 1740 32.09 30.00 +.56 +69.9 PlayaHot n Q PLYA 11.69 9.41 63 10.36 526 10.83 10.34 -.11 -4.0 Plexus Q PLXS 66.78 49.20 86 60.95 696 61.93 60.47 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+1.3 PS BalMul N PSMB 13.94 12.97 13.48 +.1 PSCrudeDS N DTO 148.00 51.80 4 56.53 9 61.40 55.00 -4.73 -36.3 PSBMetDL N BDD 11.60 6.52 0 7.13 2 7.13 6.52 +.31 -32.3 PSCrudeLg N OLO 6.48 3.99 6.24 4 6.25 5.99 +.22 +22.5 PSCrudeSh N SZO 91.17 44.71 62.37 1 64.20 59.83 -1.59 -18.6 PS Oil N DBO 12.75 8.03 11.77 +16.0 PS USDBear N UDN 23.27 21.57 21.75 -2.8 PShPuLgGr N PXLG .42e .8 50.50 40.70 50.39 +10.9 PShGClnEn N PBD .17e 1.3 13.78 12.02 12.86 -2.1 PranBio rs Q PRAN 3.79 1.75 9 2.08 61 2.10 1.96 +.04 -33.2 Praxair N PX 3.30 2.1 35 168.54 129.74 708 156.21 5338 159.25 154.09 +.17 +1.0 Precipio n Q PRPO 5.60 .32 426 .44 3132 .50 .42 +.01 -63.7 PrecDrill N PDS .28 4.14 2.26 734 3.99 5834 4.08 3.66 +.28 +32.1 PrecTh rs Q AIPT 2.50 .81 45 1.18 376 1.26 1.14 +16.8 PfdAptCm N APTS 1.02 5.7 22.71 13.60 245 17.91 1310 18.13 17.46 +.05 -11.6 PfdBkLA Q PFBC 1.00f 1.6 69.48 49.84 51 62.09 357 63.53 61.62 -.21 +5.6 PrefrmdLn Q PLPC .80 1.0 38 96.83 48.79 14 82.00 38 82.23 79.41 +.55 +15.4 PremFin s Q PFBI .60 3.0 13 26.05 16.78 16 19.82 93 20.68 19.61 +.22 -1.3sPremier Q PINC 45.31 27.16 769 44.15 6654 45.31 38.25 +5.78 +51.3tPresbia n Q LENS 7.14 1.61 16 1.80 37 2.00 1.61 -.10 -52.4 Presidio n Q PSDO 19.74 11.97 135 16.17 531 16.46 14.99 +1.18 -15.6 Prestige rs N PBH 3 258.98 27.84 326 38.42 2000 39.79 38.14 -.23 -13.5 Pretium g N PVG 12.44 6.17 2331 9.09 8696 9.10 8.23 +.52 -20.3 PriceTR Q TROW 2.80 2.4 20 127.43 81.61 805 115.41 4897 117.07 114.65 -.20 +10.0 PrSmrt Q PSMT .70 .8 35 94.45 77.30 89 86.25 711 87.40 85.60 +.70 +.2sPrmEgy Q PNRG 77.85 44.00 76.00 2 77.85 76.00 +2.90 +47.6sPrimerica N PRI 1.00 .8 16 121.95 71.60 132 119.45 853 121.95 117.95 +1.40 +17.6sPrimoWtr Q PRMW 20.72 10.47 349 20.19 1383 20.72 20.00 +.21 +60.6 Primoris Q PRIM .24 1.0 18 30.00 23.61 298 25.13 1075 26.15 24.97 -.25 -7.6 PrinEdgAIn N YLD .75e 42.10 39.36 2 41.00 19 41.83 40.89 +.24 -.7sPrinPrice Q PSET .16e 34.82 29.79 0 34.87 33 34.87 34.72 +.27 +8.3 PrinShHld Q PY .33e 34.81 28.54 33.80 8 33.99 33.79 +.25 +3.6 PrinHlIn ef Q BTEC 39.21 27.78 0 36.47 3 36.60 34.61 +.97 +16.0sPrinMill ef Q GENY .06e 38.70 30.12 1 38.85 13 38.85 37.71 +1.44 +11.9 Prin US SC Q PSC 35.98 27.61 0 35.48 52 35.52 34.90 +.82 +11.9 PrinActGl N GDVD 29.52 25.74 27.93 1 27.94 27.93 +.19 -.3sPrin Cont n N PVAL 27.47 25.45 27.47 0 27.47 27.47 +.36 +7.8 Prn MegC n N USMC 28.10 24.58 2 27.70 17 27.72 27.54 +.16 +5.5 PrinSpec n N PREF 101.70 94.59 1 95.30 6 95.31 94.98 +.12 -5.0 PrinFncl Q PFG 2.12f 3.8 11 75.59 52.31 533 55.51 5009 56.87 55.16 -.21 -21.3 PrincREstI N PGZ 1.32m 7.0 19.52 16.21 39 18.74 292 18.85 18.04 +.42 +9.0 PrinEq n N PEM PriorityTc Q PRTH 12.99 8.34 12 10.90 25 10.98 10.50 -.09 +7.0 ProAssur N PRA 1.24a 2.6 27 63.45 34.95 141 48.00 1164 48.35 47.04 +.40 -16.0 ProDex Q PDEX 19 8.00 6.05 7 7.20 44 7.25 6.60 +.60 +5.9sProLogis N PLD 1.92 2.9 27 68.20 58.28 4021 66.09 50037 68.20 64.37 -1.34 +2.4 ProPetr n N PUMP 22.88 10.92 471 16.82 3544 17.33 16.59 +.18 -16.6 ProPhaseL Q PRPH 1.00e 5.29 1.62 3 3.09 32 3.12 2.94 +.15 +78.7 ProQRTher Q PRQR 7.75 2.75 74 7.60 338 7.73 7.20 -.05 +135.7 PrUltDow s N DDM 50.80 33.53 284 47.09 1527 47.46 46.46 +.45 sProUltMC s N MVV 46.43 32.29 8 46.20 64 46.43 45.11 +1.03 PrUltQQQ s N QLD 98.03 59.61 820 97.14 5235 97.31 93.56 +2.68 +32.5 ProUltSP s N SSO .40e .3 125.72 89.11 1342 124.18 4701 124.33 122.16 +2.08 +13.5 PrUShCnG N SZK 17.35 12.80 6 14.71 33 14.72 14.31 -.16 +8.1tProShtHY N SJB 23.91 22.66 89 22.68 350 22.74 22.64 -.07 -1.9 ProUShBM rs N SMN 34.94 23.46 25.48 Pro20 yrT N UBT 1.13e 1.5 86.90 69.88 40 77.46 153 77.57 76.13 +1.46 -7.3 Pro7-10yrT N UST .42e .8 60.83 51.89 5 54.54 18 54.57 54.28 +.41 -5.0 PrUltBio s Q BIB 69.62 48.12 95 64.92 320 65.93 63.04 +1.26 +15.8 ProSShOG N DDG 27.58 20.60 21.83 1 21.83 21.47 -.39 -5.0 ProLCCre s N CSM .67e .9 71.46 59.79 18 71.42 107 71.44 70.79 +.74 +7.0 ProUltTl s N LTL 50.99 35.57 0 42.89 3 43.05 42.25 +.59 -.7 ProHdgRep N HDG 46.26 44.05 1 45.55 12 45.63 45.20 +.33 +.5 ProUltEM N EET 114.48 69.56 2 76.78 22 76.78 72.78 +3.79 -18.3 ProRafiLS N RALS .62e 1.7 38.19 35.58 0 36.44 5 36.79 36.36 +.03 -3.1 ProUSL7-10T N PST 23.82 20.50 10 22.59 102 22.70 22.53 -.16 +4.8 ProShtEafe N EFZ 27.33 23.78 1 26.05 62 26.43 26.04 -.37 +2.2 ProShtEM N EUM 20.03 16.23 597 19.00 2952 19.56 18.99 -.53 +5.8 ProUltEaf s N EFO 50.26 38.07 0 40.54 1 40.80 40.43 +1.07 ProUEurop N UPV 66.95 50.15 3 53.67 25 53.91 52.00 +2.16 -8.4sProUltRE s N URE 70.33 50.79 35 68.40 70 70.33 67.65 -1.18 +3.7 ProUltFin s N UYG 47.86 33.38 93 44.77 463 45.33 44.37 +.13 tProShtRE N REK 17.94 15.08 1 15.33 7 15.38 15.08 +.20 -3.1 ProShtChi50 N YXI 21.55 16.42 2 19.91 11 20.51 19.74 -.52 +3.5 ProUltSem s N USD 54.11 27.93 27 45.27 119 45.29 40.92 +3.22 ProUltUt s N UPW 54.09 37.86 1 49.24 4 50.46 48.93 -1.44 +4.7 PrUltTech s N ROM 118.26 68.50 43 117.84 380 117.86 112.35 +4.09 +34.3 ProUltJpn s N EZJ 50.46 35.37 3 39.25 10 39.25 38.39 +1.17 ProUltO&G N DIG .46e 1.1 47.42 28.35 27 41.62 143 42.00 39.41 +2.26 +5.1 ProUltInd s N UXI 83.64 56.69 21 76.31 50 77.30 75.26 +.82 +4.5sPrUltHCr s N RXL .63e .6 108.10 77.00 9 108.37 75 108.42 106.90 +1.92 +22.8sProUCnsSv s N UCC 104.13 64.24 0 104.34 2 104.34 100.96 +3.65 +28.1 PrUCnsGd s N UGE 52.04 37.81 44.94 1 44.94 44.56 +.64 -8.3 ProUBasM N UYM .15e .2 82.75 57.64 8 70.15 16 70.49 68.05 +1.65 -5.3sPrUlPR2K s N URTY 110.84 56.50 239 110.94 706 111.34 104.04 +5.99 +34.7sPUltM400 s N UMDD .03e 135.50 81.00 2 135.23 6 135.50 131.65 +4.89 +15.7sProUltSC s N SAA 133.62 77.15 1 131.97 7 133.62 128.50 +3.95 +31.1 ProUPD30 s N UDOW 116.82 62.61 612 101.33 3098 102.52 99.27 +1.38 +7.5 PrUltPQ s Q TQQQ 68.81 34.13 7988 67.70 41504 67.87 64.00 +2.80 +46.4sProUlR2K s N UWM 87.38 54.72 63 87.50 466 87.71 83.85 +3.18 +23.9 ProSht20Tr N TBF 23.81 21.58 235 22.50 1556 22.72 22.50 -.25 +2.9 PUltSP500 s N UPRO 57.48 34.35 2503 55.11 11860 55.22 53.79 +1.35 ProUChin50 N XPP 113.86 61.10 6 68.99 41 69.87 65.39 +3.33 -17.8 PrUSSilv s N ZSL 42.98 27.80 51 40.63 107 42.44 40.34 +.02 +29.4 PUVixST rs N UVXY 40.18 7.95 22344 8.32 128276 8.65 8.13 -.30 -18.5 ProVixST rs N VIXY 46.84 21.24 1560 23.74 9266 24.34 23.38 -.56 +2.5 PS Crde n N OILU 64.70 18.52 341 53.18 1427 54.84 45.44 +7.34 +42.8 PrUCrude rs N UCO 34.79 14.48 3017 31.10 10472 31.77 28.00 +2.93 +32.7 PrUltYen rs N YCL 65.77 55.52 1 57.04 5 58.05 56.86 -.77 -.7 PVixMTFut N VIXM 28.17 19.88 8 20.85 71 21.08 20.61 -.19 -1.4 PrUltSilv N AGQ 39.51 23.39 87 24.85 351 25.05 23.76 -.05 -26.6 PrUltShN s N KOLD 52.12 30.06 19 38.04 89 38.04 36.57 +1.08 -4.1 ProUShGld N GLL 86.21 63.08 10 81.67 45 84.56 80.99 -2.89 +18.2 PrSUShAus N CROC 52.89 42.20 2 51.33 7 52.48 50.99 -.68 +12.3 PrUltShYen N YCS 76.95 64.93 1 74.50 16 74.80 73.16 +.73 -.6 ProSUltGold N UGL 44.38 31.92 25 33.65 126 33.81 32.43 +1.13 -17.3 ProShtVx s N SVXY 139.47 9.53 7523 14.25 42112 14.37 14.08 +.14 -88.9 PrUShCrd s N SCO 42.33 14.69 2366 15.82 9339 17.67 15.48 -1.74 -35.6 ProShtEuro N EUFX 43.05 38.37 0 41.91 1 42.57 41.89 -.66 +4.8 ProUltEuro N ULE 18.97 15.00 12 15.82 49 15.85 15.30 +.48 -9.4 ProUShEuro N EUO 24.45 19.46 153 23.11 1044 23.94 23.09 -.75 +9.0 ProctGam N PG 2.87 3.4 22 94.67 70.73 5302 83.36 31640 84.00 82.84 -.33 -9.3 ProDvrs h rs Q IPDN 6.74 2.45 8 2.96 27 3.00 2.65 -.01 -27.6 ProfirEng Q PFIE 1 5.30 1.40 718 2.63 1495 2.82 2.59 -.07 +37.0 PrognicsPh Q PGNX 9.42 5.01 812 7.70 4371 8.02 7.56 -.11 +29.4 ProgrsSoft Q PRGS .56 1.4 35 53.60 32.45 296 40.60 1000 40.67 38.67 +1.94 -4.6sProgsvCp N PGR .69e 1.0 27 67.63 43.59 2011 66.92 16410 67.63 66.42 +.64 +18.8 Proofpoint Q PFPT 130.27 82.61 1404 119.80 5802 119.98 111.77 +4.92 +34.9 ProsHldg N PRO 41.10 21.36 591 36.27 1936 36.47 34.36 +1.31 +37.1 ProShtQQQ N PSQ 39.66 29.80 1222 29.89 5666 30.46 29.88 -.43 -16.0tProShSP rs N SH 33.54 27.77 1852 27.76 12246 27.99 27.75 -.24 -8.0tPrUShSP rs N SDS 50.76 34.19 3132 34.17 14210 34.74 34.14 -.56 -16.8tPUShtMdC N MZZ 24.13 15.81 1 15.88 14 16.28 15.80 -.35 -15.3 PUShtQQ rs N QID 66.92 41.48 43.04 tPrShRs2K rs N SRTY 49.09 21.01 472 21.00 3419 22.41 20.92 -1.20 -35.1 PShtQQQ rs Q SQQQ 30.24 11.82 13052 11.89 59077 12.60 11.87 -.52 -44.7tPrUShD3 rs N SDOW 29.93 15.36 2621 15.53 10850 15.86 15.36 -.22 -20.4 PUltShtF rs N FINZ 13.97 6.47 9 6.98 41 7.10 6.86 -.06 -13.9 PrSUlhGM rs N GDXS 21.32 12.07 32 19.33 90 20.64 18.99 -.68 +38.2 ProUShL20 N TBT 39.86 32.99 1984 35.40 9752 36.10 35.37 -.77 +4.8tPrShR2K rs N RWM 48.41 37.20 205 37.21 1928 37.98 37.14 -.68 -12.0 PrUShHC rs N RXD 34.37 24.08 24.16 -19.7tPrUShCnS rs N SCC 30.80 18.41 0 17.72 0 17.72 17.71 -.69 -26.8tPrUShRE rs N SRS 37.33 26.08 17 26.83 53 27.22 26.08 +.47 -8.2tPUShtR2K N TWM 22.95 13.28 637 13.26 3834 13.85 13.24 -.51 -24.1tPrUShtSC N SDD 21.13 11.12 0 11.12 3 11.50 11.12 -.49 -28.8tPS DecRt n N EMTY 38.59 29.57 2 30.06 8 30.36 29.57 -.48 -10.2 PUShtIndl N SIJ 21.83 14.55 0 14.89 10 14.97 14.76 -.18 -11.6 PS OnlSt n N CLIX 51.84 37.63 8 48.24 48 49.00 47.55 +.61 +22.7tPrShtSmC N SBB 39.75 29.11 29.26 0 29.26 29.11 -.78 -14.7 ProS Ris n Q EQRR 51.48 38.13 0 50.33 6 50.33 49.59 +1.22 +7.8tPUPShtMC N SMDD 14.99 7.79 2 7.84 19 8.10 7.79 -.35 -21.8 PrSh K1 n N OILK 27.25 17.91 5 25.70 11 25.93 24.38 +1.25 +18.7 PUShtEur N EPV 35.45 26.83 5 31.40 57 32.58 31.28 -1.45 +1.4 PUShtSPX rs N SPXU 62.64 36.76 39.68 PUShtJpn N EWV 33.15 22.75 4 27.37 11 28.38 27.37 -.74 +3.5 ProSPDvA N NOBL 1.00e 1.5 67.98 57.27 160 66.37 931 66.69 66.03 +.14 +3.6 PrUlNBio rs Q UBIO 46.35 25.80 9 39.98 74 40.75 38.20 +1.20 +18.8 PUltShEafe N EFU 26.10 19.90 23.54 5 24.07 19.97 -1.16 +3.3 PrUGMin rs N GDXX 50.96 24.46 21 26.45 41 27.14 25.09 +.68 -37.1 PrUltBra rs N UBR 107.88 44.12 3 46.01 17 49.38 44.92 -4.09 -41.1 PrSht20yTr N TTT 31.13 25.65 50 25.93 340 26.62 25.90 -.78 -2.5 ProGblInf N TOLZ 1.63e 3.8 44.51 39.30 12 42.73 30 43.17 42.62 -.06 -.4 PUltShOG N DUG 53.43 28.56 32 31.30 142 33.01 30.92 -1.83 -15.4 PS MngdF N FUT 40.60 39.00 0 40.00 7 40.17 39.98 -.16 -.7 PrGPrEq bt A PEX 1.53e 4.2 43.06 34.68 2 36.56 5 36.86 36.45 +.09 +2.0 ProEurDiv N EUDV .15p 44.13 39.91 0 42.38 3 42.47 41.97 +.64 +1.5 PHYIntH bt A HYHG 3.16 4.7 69.64 65.87 7 67.77 67 67.77 67.27 +.28 +.8 ProSPxTch N SPXT .23p 55.03 48.02 0 54.63 2 54.63 54.36 +.36 +4.5 ProSPxHC N SPXV .24p 59.81 50.96 59.69 0 59.69 59.61 +.26 +9.7sProMerger N MRGR .12e .3 36.54 34.73 36.50 2 36.54 36.49 -.03 +.7sProSPxFin N SPXN .23p 59.00 49.37 58.81 3 59.00 58.81 +.44 +8.4sProSPxEgy N SPXE .22p 59.92 44.29 0 60.14 1 60.14 59.76 +.44 +6.5 PrUltPFn N FINU .29e .3 134.30 65.55 6 99.69 76 103.01 98.83 +.33 -5.4 PrIGIntH bt A IGHG 2.15 2.9 78.88 72.76 27 74.83 95 75.20 74.73 -.14 -2.9 ProSht7-10y N TBX 29.77 27.55 7 28.99 48 29.07 28.96 -.08 +2.4sPrSPMCDv N REGL .65e 1.1 57.79 49.97 12 57.50 118 57.79 57.28 +.17 +5.5sProSR2KDv N SMDV .47e 60.03 51.18 21 59.47 137 60.03 59.26 +.11 +7.8 PSSTEm bt A EMSH 4.88e 6.6 79.67 73.32 73.94 1 73.94 73.85 +.62 -3.9sProUltHY N UJB 1.72e 2.6 68.43 62.89 66.47 1 68.43 66.18 -.20 +1.4 PrUShtUtl N SDP 31.15 22.19 2 23.06 7 23.27 22.45 +.81 -8.6tPrUltShtTc N REW 21.61 11.18 26 11.13 57 11.59 11.10 -.50 -32.4tPrUShtFn N SKF 27.17 18.45 13 18.66 138 18.84 18.45 -.10 -10.7 ProUShBio Q BIS 25.18 16.24 5 16.88 81 17.36 16.65 -.35 -23.4 ProMornAlt N ALTS .38e 1.0 39.08 36.94 1 38.02 3 38.05 37.83 +.08 Pro30BEI N RINF .58e 2.0 29.48 26.85 0 29.10 6 29.11 28.85 +.22 +4.9 PS EMkDv N EMDV 64.49 52.24 0 56.90 104 57.21 55.11 +1.79 -2.9 ProCdNASh A WYDE 33.50 32.10 0 32.26 0 32.26 32.26 -.23 -.4 ProspctCap Q PSEC .72 10.1 9 7.37 5.51 2409 7.16 10239 7.17 6.91 +.23 +6.2 Continued from previous page NYSE, NYSE American and Nasdaq Exchanges Continued on next page Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg Exch. 52-week Vol Friday Vol Weekly YTD Name Market Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 1000s High Low Chg % Chg MONEY & MARKET$Page 15 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Saturday, August 25, 2018

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ProsCap 24 N PBB 1.56 6.2 26.50 24.96 31 25.31 314 25.33 25.07 +.23 -2.3 ProspBcsh N PB 1.44 1.9 19 79.20 55.84 480 74.50 1551 76.25 73.93 -.14 +6.3 ProtagTh n Q PTGX 23.97 5.50 75 9.94 1024 10.34 8.81 +1.07 -52.2 Protalix A PLX .92 .38 203 .49 1328 .49 .46 +.01 -26.0 ProtctInsA Q PTVCA 1.12 5.0 51 24.86 21.31 0 22.50 88 22.65 22.50 -.57 -7.2 PrtctInsB Q PTVCB 1.12 4.7 54 25.70 21.20 15 23.65 73 24.10 22.70 +1.08 -1.3 ProteonTh Q PRTO 2.90 1.30 6 2.40 78 2.45 2.15 +26.3 Proteos n Q PTI 8.61 1.41 92 2.47 583 2.53 2.20 +.12 -57.6 Prothena Q PRTA 70.00 10.43 200 14.61 1367 15.77 14.36 +.10 -61.0sProtoLabs N PRLB 77 145.75 68.50 74 146.90 601 147.10 136.85 +10.05 +42.6 Provent n Q PRVB 8.00 3.35 37 3.85 190 3.95 3.75 +.02 -20.0 ProvidSv Q PRSC 18 83.90 50.51 44 66.91 336 67.74 65.88 +.31 +12.8 ProvidBc n Q PVBC 30.05 19.75 2 28.95 10 29.20 28.70 +.30 +9.5 ProvFnH Q PROV .56 3.1 19 20.00 17.62 2 18.01 19 18.41 18.01 -.28 -2.1 ProvidFS N PFS .84f 3.3 18 29.12 23.26 113 25.63 700 25.91 25.18 +.20 -5.0 PrudntlBcp Q PBIP .20a 1.1 94 19.87 16.04 4 18.74 35 18.75 18.35 +.36 +6.5 Prudentl N PRU 3.60 3.7 10 127.14 92.05 1758 98.54 7589 100.28 97.61 +.64 -14.3 PrudFn 52 N PJH 1.44 5.6 26.09 24.90 15 25.57 135 25.58 25.46 +.10 +1.3 PrudtlF 53 N PRH 1.43 5.6 26.09 24.90 59 25.39 151 25.48 25.34 +.03 +.4 PruUK pf N PUKp 1.69 6.4 27.17 25.66 8 26.39 41 26.47 26.22 +.01 +.8 PruUK pfA N PUKpA 1.63 6.1 26.99 25.47 7 26.68 31 26.68 26.36 +.35 +2.3 Prud UK N PUK 1.49e 3.4 55.36 43.12 161 44.45 925 45.30 43.99 +.84 -12.5 PsychmCp Q PMD .72 3.7 19 22.88 15.99 29 19.66 523 20.47 19.53 -.66 -4.4 PSEG N PEG 1.80 3.4 18 54.50 45.05 2202 52.75 11126 53.98 52.13 -1.06 +2.4 PubStrg N PSA 6.80 3.2 23 234.90 180.48 452 213.30 4079 225.29 209.97 -10.27 +2.1 PubSt pfU N PSApU 1.41 5.6 25.55 24.19 4 25.40 54 25.40 25.24 +.15 +1.0 PubSt pfV N PSApV 1.34 5.3 25.67 23.63 15 25.24 66 25.25 24.87 +.37 +.1 PubSt pfW N PSApW 1.30 5.3 25.60 22.92 9 24.75 707 24.75 24.43 +.35 -1.0 PubSt pfX N PSApX 1.30 5.2 25.79 22.93 7 24.80 56 24.82 24.44 +.36 -.8 PubSt pfY N PSApY 1.59 6.1 27.31 25.72 5 26.02 62 26.16 25.94 +.03 -2.2 PubSt pfZ N PSApZ 1.50 5.8 27.56 25.38 12 25.94 59 25.97 25.77 +.16 -1.9 PubSt pfG N PSApG 25.63 22.49 30 24.82 76 24.82 23.50 +.40 -.5 PubSt pfF N PSApF 1.29 5.2 25.69 22.00 18 24.83 115 24.83 24.50 +.32 -.8 PubSt pfE N PSApE 1.23 5.1 25.48 22.29 16 24.15 92 24.19 23.91 +.23 -3.0 PubSt pfD N PSApD 1.24 5.1 25.41 22.39 31 24.63 87 24.65 24.35 +.30 -1.6 PubSt pfC N PSApC 26.45 23.05 9 24.94 51 25.00 24.60 +.28 -2.1 PubSt pfB N PSApB 26.69 23.90 15 25.55 64 25.64 25.40 +.20 -.5 PubSt pfA N PSApA 1.47 5.6 27.79 25.32 12 26.04 53 26.12 25.85 +.18 -1.8 Pulmatrix Q PULM 2.67 .28 328 .36 2084 .39 .29 +.02 -74.5 PulseBio n Q PLSE 34.82 9.81 29 13.89 163 15.00 13.42 -1.06 -41.1 PulteGrp N PHM .36 1.3 16 35.21 24.86 2103 28.55 18115 29.71 28.12 +.46 -14.1tPumaBiotc Q PBYI 136.90 40.45 496 41.20 2700 43.50 40.45 -.70 -58.3sPureAcq n Q PACQ 9.75 9.59 357 9.70 625 9.77 9.67 +.03 +.1 PureAcq un Q PACQU 10.35 10.08 1 10.27 223 10.31 10.27 -.02 +1.5sPureCycle Q PCYO 11.40 6.55 21 11.15 141 11.40 10.90 +.30 +33.5sPureStrg n N PSTG 26.76 12.47 4514 26.56 36910 27.15 21.08 +4.46 +67.5tPurplInv n Q PRPL 13.90 5.40 4 5.50 63 5.80 5.36 -.16 -45.3 PMMI N PMM .44 6.1 7.72 6.89 67 7.18 323 7.27 7.15 -3.1 PMIIT N PIM .31 6.8 4.89 4.54 57 4.61 265 4.62 4.58 +.02 -3.4 PMOT N PMO .71 6.1 12.85 11.44 63 11.71 277 11.72 11.62 +.06 -5.2 PPrIT N PPT .31 5.9 5.50 5.05 184 5.29 833 5.32 5.26 +.02 -.8tPuxin n N NEW 35.00 12.64 148 14.50 2131 16.15 12.64 +.35 -31.0 PyxisTnkr Q PXS 27 12.22 .79 20 .81 327 .93 .81 -.04 -75.0 PzenaInv N PZN .41e 4.3 19 13.15 8.61 43 9.46 191 9.63 8.88 +.53 -11.3 Q2 Hldgs N QTWO 64.25 36.25 215 63.70 1177 63.75 58.85 +4.65 +72.9sQAD Inc B Q QADB .24 .5 46.00 21.58 1 45.14 11 47.12 39.25 +6.13 +46.4sQAD A Q QADA .29 .5 59.55 30.80 160 58.90 480 59.90 51.10 +7.75 +51.6 QCR Hld Q QCRH .24 .5 16 49.70 39.85 38 44.35 218 44.85 44.00 -.25 +3.5 QEP Res N QEP .08 .8 28 13.77 7.04 1524 9.96 12419 10.10 9.19 +.68 +4.1sQIAGEN N QGEN 43 39.34 30.20 323 38.83 5791 39.34 37.55 +1.55 +25.5 QIWI plc Q QIWI .84e 6.2 13 20.05 12.50 55 13.59 647 14.40 13.41 -.28 -21.6 QTS RltTr N QTS 1.64 3.6 42 61.55 31.58 350 46.09 1561 46.17 43.95 +1.98 -14.9 Qorvo Q QRVO 95 86.84 64.53 691 79.63 6341 81.86 78.12 -1.87 +19.6 QuadGrph N QUAD 1.20 5.1 11 31.29 17.73 288 23.48 1276 23.77 22.66 +.84 +3.9sQuakerCh N KWR 1.48f .8 36 178.90 129.98 30 177.34 175 180.00 173.21 +4.51 +17.6 Qualcom Q QCOM 2.48 3.7 69.28 48.56 15999 67.15 69320 67.36 65.74 +1.09 +4.9 QualitySys Q QSII .70 3.1 36 23.73 12.24 151 22.37 1149 22.63 21.83 +.38 +64.7 Qualstar rs Q QBAK 13.50 5.55 5 8.23 23 8.49 8.13 -.17 -2.0 Qualys Q QLYS 88 98.30 44.30 337 90.05 1731 90.15 84.85 +4.30 +51.7 QuanexBld N NX .16 1.0 21 24.60 16.00 74 16.75 507 17.65 16.70 -.20 -28.4 QuantaSvc N PWR 23 40.11 32.19 753 33.77 5192 34.60 33.61 -.37 -13.7 Quantenn n Q QTNA 19.08 9.60 154 16.69 995 16.82 16.25 +.05 +36.8 Quanterx n Q QTRX 24.81 13.00 35 14.99 113 15.27 14.36 +.34 -30.2 QntmDSS rs N QTM 29 6.56 1.58 472 2.29 1754 2.47 1.91 +.40 -59.3 Qu Insp100 n N BIBL 29.74 25.14 2 27.84 23 27.94 27.41 +.35 +6.7 QnForSm n N FFSG 27.15 24.51 11 27.15 68 27.15 26.83 +.35 +5.3 QnForTcG n N FFTG 26.55 24.19 14 25.15 43 25.15 24.95 +.20 -1.7sMainSecR n N SECT 30.14 24.41 57 28.99 282 30.14 28.70 +.33 +6.0 InspCpBd n N IBD 28.29 24.07 4 24.50 36 24.75 24.35 +.12 -2.9 QuaInsp n N ISMD 31.78 23.88 5 29.90 43 30.85 29.45 +.44 +13.1 QuaInsLg n N BLES 30.44 26.17 3 28.49 49 28.77 28.15 +.28 +.2 FormInco n N FFTI 27.57 23.70 51 24.14 164 24.14 24.01 +.07 -3.3 FrmHdGr n N FFHG 30.36 24.03 49 29.89 98 30.02 29.50 +.33 +8.5 QuanReal n N QXRR 26.19 23.44 24.05 1 24.07 24.04 -.20 -4.8 QuanMulT n N QXTR 26.83 24.56 26.29 7 26.34 26.13 +.14 +1.1 QuanMulIn n N QXMI 26.53 24.73 25.52 2 25.52 25.50 +.19 -.7 QuanGrw n N QXGG 29.10 25.68 0 28.82 10 28.93 28.63 +.11 +3.7 Quartrhill g Q QTRH .05 4 2.12 1.01 56 1.43 377 1.50 1.34 +.08 -22.3tQudian n N QD 40 34.91 6.49 19430 6.02 35432 7.75 5.98 -1.33 -52.0 QstDiag N DGX 2.00 1.8 21 116.49 90.10 629 110.51 3510 112.34 110.17 -.93 +12.2 QuestRes rs Q QRHC 2.91 1.03 25 2.12 139 2.19 1.96 -.06 -7.8tQuickLog h Q QUIK 2.22 .98 126 1.04 658 1.05 .98 -40.2 Quidel Q QDEL 73.36 31.96 191 70.00 976 71.71 69.33 -.92 +61.5sQuinStreet Q QNST 15.82 4.47 1268 16.02 5255 16.42 13.41 +2.46 +91.2 QuintEn n N QES 10.67 6.62 4 8.03 37 8.10 7.66 +.31 -10.8 Qumu Cp Q QUMU 3.28 1.42 24 2.59 39 2.73 2.39 +.10 +9.3 QuormHl n N QHC 10.00 3.80 211 4.28 1854 4.35 3.84 +.17 -31.4 Quotinet Q QTNT 9.02 2.78 128 7.69 728 7.74 7.09 +.52 +55.4 QuotientTc N QUOT 17.85 10.35 192 14.35 1757 14.60 13.80 +.45 +22.1 QuratRet A Q QRTEA 19 29.11 20.15 1688 20.67 11033 21.93 20.49 -1.17 -15.4 QuratRet B Q QRTEB 21 28.90 20.32 0 20.33 2 22.32 20.33 -1.67 -17.2 Qwest 54 N CTV 1.72 7.0 26.37 20.64 80 24.71 1072 24.84 23.16 +2.06 +5.0 Qwest 9-51 N CTW 1.88 7.4 25.89 24.20 25.39 17 25.47 25.39 +.03 +.8 Qwest 4-52 N CTX 1.75 6.9 25.80 21.27 25.26 209 25.28 25.14 +1.93 +6.3 Qwest 7-52 N CTU 1.75 6.9 25.79 21.36 25.27 386 25.27 25.10 +1.92 +6.4 Qwest53 N CTY 1.53 6.8 25.57 18.66 115 22.58 1114 22.72 21.50 +1.71 +2.6 Qwest 25 N CTZ 1.66 6.9 25.96 20.17 88 24.08 896 24.18 22.71 +1.95 +6.4 Qwest 56 N CTAA 27.25 21.51 34 25.10 427 25.40 23.89 +1.67 +1.6 Qwest57 n N CTDD 25.97 20.51 200 24.16 1568 24.30 22.97 +1.68 +5.6 Qwest56 n N CTBB 25.60 19.86 273 23.56 1572 23.70 22.53 +1.46 +4.6R -:R1 RCM n Q RCM 9.53 3.09 786 9.19 2850 9.25 8.11 +.77 +108.4 RBB Bcp n Q RBB .36f 1.3 33.62 21.26 33 28.71 304 29.51 28.13 -.66 +4.9 RBC Bear Q ROLL 47 151.50 105.05 47 149.18 295 149.88 144.01 +4.23 +18.0 RCI Hosp Q RICK .12 .4 13 34.84 21.91 12 33.38 112 33.99 32.83 +.51 +19.3 RCM Q RCMT 1.00e 23 7.50 4.63 7 4.91 107 4.91 4.73 +.10 -21.4 RELX NV s N RENX .45e 2.0 23.30 20.06 78 22.25 390 22.32 21.94 +.42 -3.6 RELX plc s N RELX .54e 2.4 24.03 20.31 249 22.34 1118 22.41 21.99 +.46 -5.7sRF Inds Q RFIL .08 .7 27 12.25 1.75 344 11.70 1453 12.75 10.35 +1.45 +333.3 RGC Res s Q RGCO .62 2.2 32 31.57 22.16 6 27.70 35 29.11 25.86 -.31 +2.3 RH N RH 56 164.49 44.00 1040 156.34 4479 161.39 148.75 +5.39 +81.3 RLI Corp N RLI .88 1.1 32 78.42 50.34 81 77.59 676 78.37 76.48 -.07 +27.9sRLJ Ent rs Q RLJE 6.21 2.67 23 6.20 131 6.34 6.16 +.04 +68.5 RLJ LodgT N RLJ 1.32 6.1 12 23.97 18.68 580 21.79 4401 22.20 21.69 -.13 -.8 RLJ Lod pfA N RLJpA .49 1.8 28.85 25.23 5 26.55 64 26.69 26.45 +.01 -1.7 RMG Net h Q RMGN 2.73 .75 150 1.25 926 1.25 1.12 +.13 +52.4sRMR Gp h Q RMR 1.00 1.1 52 89.50 46.95 21 90.05 154 90.35 82.68 +7.05 +51.9 RPC N RES .40 2.8 19 27.07 12.98 788 14.50 6346 15.44 14.28 -.21 -43.2sRPM N RPM 1.28 1.9 27 66.28 46.36 890 66.81 3948 66.89 64.20 +2.88 +27.5 RTI Surg Q RTIX 5.10 3.85 159 4.65 572 4.70 4.55 +.10 +13.4 RXI Phm rs Q RXII 7.70 1.29 49 1.52 284 1.69 1.45 -.01 -72.7 RYB Edu n N RYB 31.80 15.50 65 19.47 283 20.50 19.07 -.51 +15.3 RaPhrm n Q RARX 17.90 4.78 177 11.16 822 11.53 10.02 +.61 +31.3 RadNet Q RDNT 88 15.50 8.25 128 14.10 797 14.50 13.45 +39.6 RadaElc rs Q RADA 3.86 1.77 67 2.66 445 2.68 2.51 +.14 -13.6 Radcom Q RDCM 50 22.40 17.00 34 18.40 233 18.95 17.95 -.20 -7.3 RadiSys Q RSYS 1.73 .53 142 1.57 1250 1.59 1.51 +.06 +56.2 RadianGrp N RDN .01 12 23.49 14.06 797 20.35 5300 20.45 19.83 +.45 -1.3 RadiantLog A RLGT 71 5.45 3.46 84 4.24 678 4.28 4.10 +.11 -7.8 RadLog pfA A RLGTpA 2.44 9.5 26.85 23.56 5 25.66 8 25.80 25.59 -.05 -.9tRadiusHlth Q RDUS 41.16 18.88 4709 20.22 9232 21.27 18.88 +.23 -36.4sRadware Q RDWR 28.21 15.82 330 28.14 1832 28.50 26.89 +1.15 +45.1 RafaelHl n A RFL 10.31 3.05 7 9.60 130 9.81 9.05 +.40 +95.9 RLauren N RL 2.50f 1.8 20 147.79 83.26 732 136.70 3926 141.62 135.51 +1.29 +31.8 RamacoRs n Q METC 9.35 3.81 231 8.62 779 8.94 7.51 +1.12 +25.3 Rambus Q RMBS 15.50 11.50 826 11.92 2694 11.92 11.54 +.25 -16.2 RamcoG N RPT .88 6.3 11 15.00 11.15 1040 13.94 3581 14.07 13.65 +.30 -5.4 RamcG pfD N RPTpD 3.63 6.6 58.62 47.86 1 55.24 5 55.27 54.33 +1.00 -4.2 RandCap Q RAND 3 3.50 2.05 3 2.40 24 2.45 2.24 +.20 -20.5 Randgold Q GOLD 2.00f 3.0 27 108.29 62.55 505 65.66 2826 66.73 64.03 +1.16 -33.6 RandBcp n Q RNDB 17.45 13.36 2 17.19 10 17.20 16.75 +.44 +12.0 RangeRs N RRC .08 .5 18 20.65 11.93 5149 16.66 32217 16.95 14.78 +1.80 -2.3 RngrEnS n N RNGR 15.70 6.88 5 8.20 67 8.80 8.20 -.60 -11.2sRapid7 n Q RPD 36.23 15.93 405 36.43 2567 36.66 32.64 +3.01 +95.2 RaveRest Q RAVE 2.33 1.09 12 1.40 81 1.40 1.20 +.07 -4.3sRavenInds Q RAVN .52 1.1 1 47.35 26.70 302 48.65 1165 49.80 39.15 +9.55 +41.6 RJamesFn N RJF .88f 1.0 19 102.17 74.14 339 91.24 2217 91.94 90.26 -.19 +2.5 RayAdvM N RYAM .28 1.3 11 22.96 13.31 364 21.03 2874 21.59 20.70 +.14 +2.8 RayAdv pfA N RYAMpA 2.00 1.4 157.11 102.89 145.25 6 147.00 143.50 +4.76 +.9 Rayonier N RYN 1.08 3.1 37 39.73 27.71 316 34.76 2311 35.63 34.46 -.70 +9.9 Raytheon N RTN 3.47 1.7 29 229.75 175.26 965 200.08 6213 201.20 197.43 +.99 +7.0 ReShape rs Q RSLS 39.00 .05 4947 .07 33325 .08 .06 -.00 -99.7 ReadIntlA Q RDI 12 17.50 14.37 35 16.26 152 16.30 16.07 -2.6 ReadgIntB Q RDIB 22 34.64 20.00 4 28.93 5 29.66 27.64 -3.21 +25.8 RealGSol h Q RGSE 3.25 .30 4928 .39 9062 .40 .32 +.05 -73.6 RealNetwk Q RNWK 5.00 2.63 16 3.33 112 3.42 3.28 +.02 -2.6 RealityETF N DIVY .46p 28.89 25.57 2 26.75 55 27.19 26.75 -.17 +2.6 RltDvcDiv N LEAD 34.32 28.20 3 33.87 32 33.90 33.48 +.47 +6.0 RealDivc n N DFND 28.60 25.12 37 27.76 40 28.06 26.36 -.05 +1.8 RealDivG n N GARD 26.84 21.91 0 25.81 6 25.81 25.60 +.14 +3.3 Rl NxtEc n Q BLCN 25.05 21.69 47 23.24 152 23.25 22.57 +.70 -4.2 RealitCh n Q BCNA 24.47 20.01 1 21.16 3 21.24 20.63 +.77 -12.6 Realogy N RLGY .27p 1.3 12 35.00 20.02 1209 21.19 6646 21.75 20.98 -.05 -20.0 RealPage Q RP 79 61.95 38.40 558 60.85 2131 61.20 57.60 +2.80 +37.4 RltyInco N O 2.53 4.3 33 60.05 47.25 736 58.60 5212 59.24 58.14 -.25 +2.8 ReataPh n Q RETA 85.39 19.31 211 75.81 1222 79.00 70.75 +3.65 +167.7 ReavesUtl A UTG 1.82 5.8 36.73 27.13 85 31.26 628 31.77 31.06 -.05 +1.0 ReconTech Q RCON 5.36 .64 48 1.29 305 1.35 1.22 +.07 -.8 RecroPhm Q REPH 13.05 4.78 64 6.56 605 6.60 5.96 +.44 -29.1 RedHat N RHT 77 177.70 100.44 1073 141.63 5582 142.07 139.00 +1.48 +17.9sRedLionH N RLH 14.75 6.55 89 14.20 507 14.75 14.00 +.15 +44.2 RedRobin Q RRGB 23 70.10 36.20 322 40.75 3014 41.85 37.70 +1.40 -27.7 RedRkRs n Q RRR .40 1.2 36.99 21.54 869 33.03 3208 33.51 31.95 +.72 -2.1 RedViolt n Q RDVT 46.40 4.35 30 7.42 112 7.74 7.05 +.08 -84.0 Redn n Q RDFN 31.50 16.69 3748 19.72 12243 19.96 17.19 +2.53 -37.0 RedhillBio Q RDHL 11.49 4.30 86 7.32 856 7.65 6.08 +1.16 +42.4 RedwdTr N RWT 1.20 7.3 12 17.50 14.29 410 16.55 2335 16.63 16.31 +.18 +11.7sReeds A REED 3.10 1.30 345 3.15 1205 3.15 2.20 +.75 +103.2 RegalBel N RBC 1.12 1.3 15 86.65 67.84 65 83.35 441 85.00 82.53 +.70 +8.8 RgcyCtrs N REG 2.22 3.4 23 70.64 54.87 700 65.44 4589 66.00 64.66 +.23 -5.4 Regenrn Q REGN 26 505.49 281.89 411 376.33 2628 382.19 371.39 +2.07 +.1 RegnxBio n Q RGNX 48 85.10 19.45 325 66.15 1966 68.30 65.10 +.20 +98.9 RegHlthPr A RHE 2 1.07 .10 138 .14 1186 .18 .11 +.01 -16.5tRegHlt pfA A RHEpA 2.72 169.2 22.40 1.25 1 1.61 83 1.69 1.25 -.10 -79.9 RegnlMgt N RM 15 37.21 21.47 11 34.45 176 35.37 33.83 -.51 +30.9 RegionsFn N RF .56f 2.9 16 20.21 13.03 7958 19.26 39563 19.71 19.22 -.23 +11.5 Regions pfA N RFpA 1.59 6.2 25.89 25.23 28 25.61 133 25.62 25.53 +.08 +1.1 Regns pfB N RFpB 1.59 5.8 29.72 26.40 34 27.46 146 27.46 27.25 +.16 -3.4sRegis Cp N RGS 22 22.40 9.96 579 21.40 3741 22.40 17.92 +3.31 +39.3 RegulusTh Q RGLS 1.52 .17 1479 .28 10554 .34 .25 -.00 -72.8 ReinsGrp N RGA 2.00f 1.4 13 165.12 126.62 109 143.52 1191 146.29 142.28 +.08 -8.0 ReinsGp42 N RZA 1.55 5.7 29.35 26.54 18 27.28 126 27.70 27.16 -.10 -.9 ReinsG56 n N RZB 1.44 5.5 29.16 25.33 24 26.12 103 26.30 26.01 +.11 -6.7 Reis Inc Q REIS .76 4.1 24.00 15.95 10 18.35 58 19.18 18.35 -.50 -11.1 RelStlAl N RS 2.00 2.3 19 97.41 69.37 438 87.89 2219 91.91 86.84 -.69 +2.4 ReliantBcp Q RBNC .32 1.2 27 29.99 21.90 6 26.83 44 27.40 26.15 -.43 +4.6 Reliv In rs Q RELV 8.44 3.72 1 5.11 9 5.12 5.00 +.13 +7.1 RemarkHld Q MARK 15.10 2.12 119 3.40 705 3.78 3.35 -.30 -65.1 RemaxHld N RMAX .80 1.6 55 67.50 43.85 103 49.50 376 50.00 48.15 +.60 +2.1 RenaisIPO N IPO .02e .1 31.67 25.23 1 30.65 7 30.65 30.00 +.66 +8.7 RenaisRe N RNR 1.32 1.0 146.84 116.50 83 132.80 638 133.05 130.03 +1.50 +5.7 RenRe prE N RNRpE 1.34 5.4 25.96 23.45 13 24.89 91 24.89 24.68 +.25 -1.0 RenRe prC N RNRpC 1.52 5.9 26.05 25.05 5 25.60 11 25.60 25.51 +.07 +.4 Renasant Q RNST .80 1.7 19 49.78 37.68 142 47.22 496 47.65 46.14 +.75 +15.5 ReneSola rs N SOL 3.79 2.12 12 2.29 98 2.36 2.25 -.01 -13.9sRenewEn Q REGI 5 26.70 9.50 867 26.40 4730 26.83 23.40 +3.30 +123.7 RenminTi rs Q ABAC 4.76 1.67 31 1.90 63 2.06 1.74 -.01 -35.6 RennFund A RCG 2.20 1.13 28 1.64 35 1.66 1.60 +.02 +9.0 Renren rs N RENN 3.19 .65 146 1.80 1123 2.07 1.73 -.20 +90.5 RentACt Q RCII .32 2.2 25 14.94 7.22 385 14.74 5676 14.77 14.66 +32.8sReplgn Q RGEN 52.38 29.56 464 52.95 1430 53.46 48.53 +3.43 +45.9 Replimun n Q REPL 18.40 14.03 14 16.62 141 17.77 16.20 -.82 +9.6 RepBncp Q RBCAA .97 1.9 20 50.48 33.67 6 49.85 44 50.42 49.56 +.04 +31.1 RepFBcp Q FRBK 56 9.75 7.45 69 7.80 628 7.95 7.55 +.25 -7.7sRepubSvc N RSG 1.50f 2.0 33 74.78 60.26 1592 73.22 6115 74.78 72.98 -1.27 +8.3 resTORbi n Q TORC 21.10 7.55 225 10.00 745 11.25 9.80 -.61 -40.8 RschFrnt Q REFR 1.46 .60 140 1.26 689 1.34 .92 +.37 +21.2 ResMed N RMD 1.48f 1.4 53 109.97 72.74 479 108.90 3955 109.23 106.20 +2.10 +28.6 ResolEn rs N REN 38.64 23.64 444 31.11 2253 31.77 29.85 +.84 -1.1sResoluteF N RFP 13.30 4.55 164 13.15 1394 13.30 12.69 +.35 +19.0 Resonant Q RESN 8.55 3.17 154 4.77 662 4.90 4.44 +.06 -36.1 ResConn Q RECN .52f 3.3 26 17.95 12.05 61 15.75 613 16.10 15.55 -.12 +1.9 RestBrnds N QSR 1.80 3.1 19 68.89 53.09 1550 58.99 9385 61.82 58.30 -2.56 -4.1 RestorRob n Q HAIR 11.95 1.45 228 1.59 1201 1.82 1.59 -.22 -65.4 RetailOpp Q ROIC .78 4.0 58 20.54 16.18 499 19.65 3701 19.76 19.37 +.32 -1.5 RetailProp N RPAI .66 5.3 12 13.78 10.84 1333 12.53 6270 12.99 12.38 -.02 -6.8 RetoEco n Q RETO 12.75 3.13 22 3.61 41 3.73 3.29 +.06 -48.8 RetractTc A RVP 1.08 .54 45 .72 301 .78 .71 -.01 +5.7 Retrophin Q RTRX 31.87 20.09 301 29.54 1604 29.72 27.15 +1.04 +40.2 RevGp n N REVG .