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The Arcadian

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The Arcadian
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Arcadian (Arcadia, Fla.)
DeSoto sun herald
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Arcadia, FL
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Sun Newpapers, Joe Gallimore- Publisher, Steve Bauer- Editor
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1964
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Weekly[Jan. 13, 1927-<1997>]
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Newspapers -- De Soto County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- De Soto -- Arcadia
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27.2175 x -81.86 ( Place of Publication )

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Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began in 1924.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 13 (Jan. 9, 1925).
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ARCADIANDAWG SEASON ENDSDeSoto girls got what they wanted. But in a return against Hardee, things didnt add up, losing 3-0.PAGE 14 Arcadian 75¢THEServing DeSoto County since 1887Ž INSIDELike and follow us on Facebook. SOCIAL MEDIA 7,282 likesViewpoint .................4 Calendar ...................6 Police Beat ................7 Obituaries .................9 Religion ......................9 Sports .....................14 ..............20 INDEX TEA & BISCUIT BONUS Mary Margaret’s helps fill downtownDiner reminds older patrons of what was, younger ones of what should be. PG 24 DEFYING ALL ODDS Brave boy fights backBen Wiley Jr. fascinates doctors, serious health issues, mom shares amazing story. PG 10 AYRA FINALS, FINALLY Mosaic event included 185 cowboys/cowgirlsRodeo riders are amazing, photographers special day at new arena. PG 3 Thursday, May 17, 2018 24 pages / 75 centsWhat are that places that matter to you? Discovering those locations will connect you to the history of our community, and what better time to explore them than National Historic Preservation Month? The National Trust for Historic Preservation was signed into law in 1949 by President Harry Truman. In 1973, the National Trust held the “rst National Historic Preservation Week, and in 2005, May became National Historic Preservation Month. Historic places help de“ne and distinguish our communities by building a strong sense of identity.Ž (savingplaces.org) Vital to the countys economy is its most well-known historic site„ the Arcadia Historic District, listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1984. Early photographs of downtown reveal wood-frame structures that burned during the devastating Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 30, 1905, “re. Three brick buildings survived„two located immediately west of the Tree of Knowledge. New construction was brick or block resulting in Arcadias handsome commercial buildings with the construction dates„and sometimes the owners name„ built into the facades or tile-”oor entrances. In 2017, a Florida Historic Marker for the District was dedicated by the Peace River Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution and the DeSoto County Historical Society. It stands in the Tree of Knowledge Park on West Oak, under the shade of the tree named for the campaign oratory„ and other storytelling„common beneath its boughs. Originally one of two oaks planted to honor the coincident births of Robert Morris Whidden and Inez Carlton, one tree was replanted„and dedicated„in 1938 after the original trees had died. Also dedicated in 1938, McSwain Park honors one of the citys early doctors: Daniel L. McSwain (1870-1933). Located in the parks southeast corner, the 1920 Ray and Annie Carleton Home, 16 S. Volusia Ave., serves as the of“ce of the DeSoto County Chamber of Commerce with an exhibit about the historic home and park.Celebrate May as National Historic Preservation MonthBy CAROL MAHLERARCADIAN HISTORICAL CORRESPONDENT ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY CAROL MAHLERHistoric DeSoto County Courthouse was built in 1912. Arcadias former city hall was built in 1926.HISTORIC | 23 Better be certified to run for one elected office in Arcadia. The city police marshals job as of Tuesday requires that candidates have law enforcement training in such fields as traffic laws, search and seizu re, other state certifications sworn officers must undergo and pass. City rules dating to around 1900 allowed most anyone to file for the marshals elected job. City council on Tuesday approved a second reading of Ordinance 1039, which establishes marshal qualifications that exclude civilians or those without police certifications. It also requires marshal applicants to have more than five years in law enforcement. The Arcadia marshals job is held by Matthew Anderson, a career officer who in early May urged council members to adopt Ordinance 1039. He said the world in 1900 is far different than 2018, and that leading a police agency required someone immersed in police work. He was absent from Tuesdays second and final reading. But the woman seeking his job was not. While Barbara Ragan didnt argue against a trained leader running a police agency, she did wonder that the measure took immediate effect. Youre not giving a probable candidate enough time,Ž Ragan told council. She had weeks ago announced for the marshals job and last week filed support signatures, which were disqualified, she was told, because those signing her petition needed his/her own form. City Attorney T.J. Wohl, however, said Ordinance 1039s enactment was a matter of practicality.Ž Ragan had a Homeland Security clearance for work in Hawaii. One other civilian ran for the marshals Arcadia limits marshal eligibility, candidate loses her bid By CRAIG GARRETTARCADIAN EDITORLIMITS | 11 BEHAVIORAL HEALTH | FAMILY PRACTICE | PEDIATRICS PHARMACY | PODIATRY | VISIONSIX CONVENIENT LOCATIONS863-485-2030 | ARCADIA, FL adno=720322

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Arcadian | Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 DEADLINESEditorial: Monday Noon Classified & Legal Ads: Tuesday 5 p.m. Display Ads: Monday at Noon to reserve space If you have a problem with home delivery, please call our office at 863-494-2434 before 10 a.m. the day of so we can correct it for you.Arcadian Publisher ..............................Joe Gallimore .........................................863-494-7049 Arcadian Editor ...................................Craig Garrett ..........................................863-494-3925 Office Manager / Advertising ...........Tami Jewell ...........................................863-494-5201 Customer Service ...............................Casey Shirley ..........................................863-263-3445 Customer Service ...............................Sonya Shellhouse ..................................863-494-5208 Graphic Artist ......................................Jackie Bierman ......................................863-494-7600SUN NEWSPAPERSMember of the Audit Bureau of Circulation DESOTO CIRCULATIONCustomer Service cshirley@sun-herald.com sshellhouse@sun-herald.com108 S. Polk Ave., Arcadia FL 34266 Joe Gallimore jgallimore@sun-herald.com Craig Garrett cgarrett@sun-herald.com Tami Jewell tjewell@sun-herald.com Casey Shirley cshirley@sun-herald.com Sonya Shellhouse sshellhouse@sun-herald.com Jackie Bierman jbierman@sun-herald.com CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: LEGAL ADVERTISING: ONLINE www.yoursun.net Like The Arcadian on Facebook Follow The Arcadian on Twitter @ArcadianNews Follow The Arcadian on Instagram @arcadian_flnews Casey Shirley & Sonya Shellhouse Sierra Civin: 941-206-1025, legals@sun-herald.comTwo local storytellers„Carol Mahler and Vgo„will perform at the annual Florida Folk Festival on May 25-27 at the Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park in White Springs. The event celebrates the music, dance, stories, crafts, and food that make Florida unique ... more than 300 performances give voice and meaning to Floridas heritage.Ž (www.”oridastateparks.org/folkfest) Highlighting this years festival are John Carter Cash, son of Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash, and his wife Ana Cristina Cash; John McEuen, a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band; Billy Dean, a singer-songwriter and actor; the Prestage Brothers„two one-man bands/in-one duo; and Frank Thomas, the Grand Old Man of Florida Folk.Ž The Florida Folk Festival Association sponsored the “rst event in 1953. Storyteller Thelma Boltin directed the event from 1954 to 1975; the Bureau of Florida Folklife Programs, established by the Florida Department of State, from 1976 to 1995; and the Museum of Florida Historys Florida Folklife Program from 1996-2001. Starting with the 50th anniversary event, the Florida Park Service now coordinates and produces the festival. A published author, Arcadian writer and dedicated volunteer for the DeSoto County Historical Society, Carol Mahler Two performers to represent DeSoto County at the Florida Folk FestivalCOMPILED BY ARCADIAN STAFFwill tell stories. She started storytelling when she was an instructor at South Florida Community College, now South Florida State College. I taught an Elderhostel class about Florida folklore,Ž she said, but the stories seemed dull on the page. When I started telling them, the tales came to life.Ž She said, I only tell Florida stories„ from the African-American, Florida Cracker, and Seminole traditions,Ž although she learned storytelling techniques from her father, a natural-born storyteller. She said, He could make a story out of buying something at the store and receiving the incorrect change.Ž This is her sixth year performing at the festival. Living in Florida since 1980 and a new resident of DeSoto County in 2017, Vgo has performed at the Florida Folk Festival since the early 1980s when his 97th Regimental String Band played music familiar to Union troops during the war.Ž This year, Vgo will tell stories from the 1920s and 1930s. He said, My brother and I grew up listening to phonograph records ... Bert Williams and Stanley Holloway and such like ... I do play an accompaniment to [some stories], as thats exactly how I heard it on the records.Ž An accomplished musician performing many stringed instruments, he has won multiple events in the Florida Old-Time Musical Championships held in and around Dade City for 30 years,Ž he said. He has also performed at folk festivals around the country, including the National Folk Festival and the Smithsonian Folklife Festival in Washington, D.C. At this year Florida Folk festival, he will accompany Rita Youngman, a member of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, when she performs her original songs about Florida history. He will also lead a banjo workshop„a pre-war blues workshop,Ž he said. We always decided which war when we get there.Ž www.”oridastateparks.org/folkfest. ARCADIAN PHOTOS PROVIDEDFrank Thomas (left) and Vgo perform at the Florida Folk Festival, May 25-27. Carol Mahler started storytelling as an instructor at South Florida Community College, now South Florida State College. Vgo will also tell stories from the 1920s and 30s.adno=721494 Fax Copies Notary Remembering Our HeroesHonor the military heroes past or present in your life with a free message of thanks in our Memorial Day special section. Free Memorial Day TributesPlace your free tribute by 5pm, May 18th, 2018.Email photos and tributes to tjewell@sun-herald.comMemorial Day TributesIn Print & Online 863-494-2434www.yoursun.com adno=720376 ARCADIANARCADIANServingDeSotoCountysince1887Ž NEWSPAPERS

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 3 | Arcadian The Arcadia Youth Rodeo Association Finals were at the Mosaic Arena in April. Circumstances have been such that the Arcadian is now publishing the story and photos, and for that staff apologizes. The event included 185 cowboys and cowgirls, which represents the top 10 contestants in each event, who competed in mutton bustin, leadline goats, steer/bull riding, chute doggin, tie-down, double mugging, poles/ barrel racing, breakaway and team roping. This represents just about all the events you will “nd at a professional rode. That evening the 10th annual Awards Banquet was held in downtown Arcadia. The awards were for Best All Around,Ž which is an accumulation of points from six AYRA rodeos that take place throughout the year. Awards were presented in six categories: Tots, up to 8 years of age, Junior, 9 to 13 years of age, and Seniors, 14 to 18. Winners were; Tot Girl, Ella Updike; Tot Boy, Slade Butts; Junior Girl, Hayden Davis; Junior Boy, Jarret Johnson; Senior Girl, Faith John; and Senior Boy, Landon Glenn. There is also a Reserve Best All AroundŽ award. The young people that compete in this event are amazing. Especially watching a 7or 8-year-old on a horse at full gallop rounding a barrel is a sight to behold. I thoroughly enjoyed my day at the rodeo. Dont miss it next season, starting in September ... and theres no admission charge. AYRA Finals at Mosaic ArenaBy JIMMY PETERSHOMETOWN CORRESPONDENT Slade Butts earns points in mutton bustin. Ashlynne Blanton roping in the Senior breakaway event. Savanah Nelson earns a time of 10.33 seconds in Senior goat-tying competition.ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY JIMMY PETERSWarming up before the event are Carson Davis, Cross Fulford, and Trip Brown. Leddy Larue Kisela pulls the ribbon o in leadline goats event. Dane Norsworthy earns 77 points in Senior bull-riding. Slade Butts does a great job in Tot barrelriding. Reese Stokes dismounts in Junior goat-tying events. Addison Roberts completed the Senior tiedown event in 24.81 seconds. Reese Stokes completes the Junior barrel event in 19.43 seconds. 600 West College Drive Avon Park, FL 33825 (863)784-7132COORDINATOR, ACADEMIC AND STUDENT SUCCESS (HARDEE CAMPUS) Full-time, grant-funded position responsible for the academic and student success of the participants in the ReEngineering Our Future project, including pre-collegiate services, recruiting, academic/career advising. Bachelors degree and one year of work experience required. Experience in teaching, advising, or recruiting desirable. Prior experience with secondary or post-secondary students desirable. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Bilingual (English/Spanish) required. Demonstrated commitment to the advancement of minority and lowincome students in postsecondary education with experience serving multicultural and disadvantaged populations preferred. Must have valid drivers license and reliable transportation. Must be willing to work nights and weekends. Anticipated starting salary range: $36,000 $40,000, plus a comprehensive bene“ ts package, including retirement, health/life insurance, and vacation/sick leave. Application review begins: June 10, 2018. Please visit http://sfsc.interviewexchange.com for application and other detailed requirements. SFSC IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTIONadno=721489

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Arcadian | Page 4David Dunn-Rankin „ Suncoast Media Group President Joe Gallimore „ Arcadian PublisherCraig Garrett „ Arcadian EditorE-mail letters to cgarrett@sun-herald.com Grads: Future in good hands „ your ownHigh school graduation season is here, and its a time-honored tradition to send graduates off with best wishes for a successful future. We do wish them well as they move along whatever path they choose „ or that chooses them. But after four years of watching these young people excel in the classroom, on stage, on athletic fields and in the community „ even in other countries „ we want to leave them with a different message of encouragement: Youve got this. Some of them have their futures planned to a fare-thee-well. Some arent sure what theyre going to be doing this afternoon. Some „ maybe a majority „ have thought only a step or two ahead and are keeping their options open. Know this: Thats the way it has always been. And its fine. You have an education from a good school. You can use it to open almost any door in front of you now, whether its to get into a college or university, a technical school, a training program or a job. Whichever one you choose, youre ready for it. Trust us. But we have some advice anyway „ not that we think you really need it. Indulge us. Its what adults do to reassure themselves that the fledglings are indeed ready to leave the nest. Its going to be scary, for a while. From this point forward, many „ maybe most „ things in your life will be different: new place, new school, new classes, new friends. New responsibilities. Youll soon be in charge of much of your life, if youre not already. Some of you will be leaving home for the first time. Even if youll still live at home, mom and dad will be weaning you off their services and their funding. If you dont feel ready for that, youre normal. Allay your anxiety by using whatever transition period you have to get ready for the next phase of your life. Earn some money, at least until you go back to school. Learn about bank accounts, set up bill pay and take over your own bills. (If youll still be living at home, kick in something to your parents for room and board. Its the grown-up thing to do.) Create a budget and live within it. You dont want to look like a credit risk before you even get any credit. Learn how to cook, even if its just advanced microwaving. Making food is cheaper than eating out and unless you pay cash for everything, you wont believe how quickly your money will disappear every month. Pick up the other domestic skills you need by learning to do your own laundry, clean your own space and make your own bed. Nurse shortage concerning, Floridas troubled futureModern-day nursing has come a long way since its groundbreaking founder, Florence Nightingale, blazed a trail through unsanitary conditions at a British hospital base and sparked worldwide health care reform. Just six months after Nightingale and her 38-strong nursing team arrived at the army “eld hospital, the lifesaving interventions they made reduced that hospitals death rate by two-thirds. More than a century later, nurses around the world continue to inspire, innovate and in”uence policy and practice changes that save patients lives. The problem is, we dont have enough of them. There are more than 3 million nurses in the United States today, but more than a third are nearing retirement age. Current estimates show there will be 1 million vacancies for registered nurses in our nation by 2024„a de“cit twice as bad as the worst previous nursing shortage. The situation is perhaps most concerning in Florida, where the population over age 65 is twice the national average, and where aging baby boomers„one of the largest generations „ are just beginning to require additional care. Thats the driving force behind the Suncoast Nursing Action Coalition and the signi“cant investment it is Out with the snowbirds, in with the lovebugs, then hurricanesThere are multiple banes of existence for those of us who call Florida home, and one of them is manifesting itself even as I type this„the semi-annual pestilence of those windshield-splattering, grill-clogging amorous ”ying devils known as the lovebug. But perhaps I should pluralize that, since seldom do we see any who ”y solo. Ugh. Theyre called lovebugs because apparently there is no end to their mating, whether while swarming, or crawling around all over everything. I think we should call them hate bugs, for obvious reasons. Theyre good for nothing other than replicating their unwelcome species. How we hate to have to drive when theyre out in number, as we know our vehicles will be covered with their nasty little carcasses before we get where were going. And the bad part is that no matter how many we kill in that manner, we fail to make a dent in the population. How unfair it is that they have no natural enemies, unless you count cars and trucks? And how come birds dont eat them? Birds will eat every other bug I know of, but not these. Thats sad because theyre so plentiful and would be an endless food source. For their sake, maybe its a good thing because as available as lovebugs are, the birds would eat too many and would be waddling wherever they went because theyd be too heavy to ”y. I was sitting at the local Shell station the other day, having my wifes car worked on, and the lovebugs were swarming. Up pulls a little car and these two young girls jump out and start taking sel“es with the lovebug carnage on the front of the vehicle. Their “rst time experiencing them, apparently. Well, then several lovebugs land on one of the girls and start crawling around, and youd have thought she had a tarantula on her, the way she was jumping around and shrieking. That was the only smile that lovebugs have ever put on my face. We get these infestation for two months out of the year, May and September. The snowbirds leave and the lovebugs show up right behind them. And then as soon as May ends, hurricane season begins. We cant seem to catch a break, it seems. The past couple of years havent been as bad as some others, but they seem to Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters must be received no later than noon on Tuesday. Letters will be edited to length as well as grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name not initials. An address and telephone number must be included; they are not for publication, but must be provided so we may verify authorship if necessary. Due to the number of letters received, we reserve the right to run only one letter per person per mont h. The Letters to the Editor section is intended as a public forum for community discourse and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The Arcadian takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Arcadian 108 S. Polk Ave., Arcadia FL 34266, or fax to 863-494-3533. Readers with access to the internet may e-mail Letters to the Edi tor to cgarrett@sun-herald.com or arcadian.editor@gmail.com.OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITOR GRITS & PIECES LETTER SUBMISSION POLICY DeSotoViewpoint Luke Wilson troubador55@embarqmail.comOUR VIEW | 5 GRITS & PIECES | 5 LETTERS | 5

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 5 | Arcadian Thats a little thing, but making the bed starts your day with a sense of accomplishment you can build on. And when your day is done, you have a made bed to welcome you. Dont reset your body clock by staying up all night and sleeping all day. Thats not conducive to early classes or keeping a job. Similarly, dont let your newfound freedom go to your head. The old saying about how whatever happens in school goes on your permanent record is really true after you turn 18. Make a bad decision and you could throw away all your hopes and dreams. You know all that, though. Todays high school seniors are better educated, more aware and more sophisticated than ever. They have to be. Their world is vastly different from the one their parents grew up in. Which is what makes it scary for them. But parents, trust us. Your kids have got this.OUR VIEWFROM PAGE 4be a little thicker this time around. And of course there have been years when they were so thick that you could swing a quart jar and catch a gallon! If I have to go someplace, I try to do it early in the morning or at night, to avoid them. Also, when its raining, those lovestruck critters seem to not be ”ying around, and Im real thankful for that. If I have to get out in them, I take backroads and drive so slow that they only get concussions for colliding with me. If its any real distance, I “nd a semi tractor-trailer to follow closely, and let him eat em for me. Have you noticed that when its lovebug season, there are less motorcycles on the road? I totally get why, as Id hate to have to come home every day with my teeth looking like the grill of my truck and use half a box of toothpicks trying to get rid of them. Now that my mind is wandering, I think I have a way of not having to breath those suckers when Im outside„why not buy one of those beekeeper helmets with the netting? Sure, I might look dorky, but it beats having lovebugs in and out of my ears, up my nose, and getting tangled in my beard! So Im laying low, as much as possible. For those of you who have no choice but to drive a lot, you may as well take out as many lovebugs as you can, and the rest of us will appreciate it greatly. On the bright side, at least they dont bite, right? The more I think about this, the more I dont want to leave the house or even go outside. This leads me to a new strategy„why dont I just stay home and order Dominos pizza all month? Man cannot live by pizza alone, but thankfully they also have pasta and chicken, so I think Im set. Take that, you lowlife lovebugs!GRITS & PIECESFROM PAGE 4 making locally to ensure continued access to safe, high-quality care on the Suncoast. Made up of local hospital, nursing, academic and community leaders from DeSoto, Sarasota, Manatee and Charlotte counties, SNAC is one of dozens of coalitions across the nation focused on educating, recruiting and retaining highly trained nurses in their communities. This week, National Nurses Week, it was my privilege to unveil several wide-ranging initiatives by SNAC and its partners, among them: € Nursing Education Navigator: In 2015, SNAC hired a navigator to advise and mentor people interested in a nursing career. From February 2015 through April 2018, the navigator has counseled 845 students/nurses and referred 539 to nursing programs. At least 177 students are currently enrolled in accredited nursing school programs. € Nursing Scholarship Program: Thanks to community support, SNAC has awarded $214,000 in nursing scholarships to 58 local recipients. Most of the recipients are slated to graduate within two years with a bachelors degree in nursing or doctorate degree with a focus on nursing education, with plans to work or teach locally. Organizations supporting the scholarships and related SNAC initiatives include the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, the Patterson Foundation, Burruss Foundation, Florida Blue Foundation, Lela D. Jackson Foundation, Janice S. Kelly Memorial Foundation, Rita B. Lamere Memorial Foundation and the Sarah Greer Mayer Fund of the Community Foundation. € Local BSN (bachelors of science, nursing) Training Programs: Perhaps most important are the efforts undertaken by SNAC partners from Florida SouthWestern State College, Keiser University, State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, and the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee. Each has created new or expanded curriculums and facilities that will allow nurses to enroll in four-year bachelors degree programs in their hometowns for the “rst time this fall „ an amazing commitment that comes at a time when many quali“ed students are being turned away from other nursing schools that lack suf“cient faculty nurses to train them. Through these collective efforts, SNAC is helping to create a robust pipeline of highly educated nurses in our region. Many of our initiatives are focused on helping nurses earn BSNs and higher degrees because we believe the additional education will better prepare registered nurses for the increasing complexity of medical technologies and treatments, and give them the confidence and leadership skills to continually assess and improve clinical practices and care. Id like to thank the thousands of nurses in our community for their amazing service on Saturday, the culmination of National Nurses Week and Florence Nightingales birthday. Nursing is a calling, not just a profession„todays nurses are healers, researchers, educators, mentors, and like Nightingale, patient champions who deserve our endless thanks and recognition for the dedication they demonstrate every day. A nurse of more than 40 years, Jan Mauck is the founder and co-chair of the Suncoast Nursing Action Coalition. She retired as chief nursing of“cer at Sarasota Memorial Health Care System last year. SNAC4FL.org.LETTERSFROM PAGE 4 CROWNS € BRIDGES € EXTRACTIONS € IM PLANTSYou deserve dental treatment at a reasonable price! 941.822.0048 FREE CONSULTATION IMPLANT DENTURE STABILIZATIONDeluxe DentureComplete SetNew Patient Exam, X-Rays & ConsultationReg. $1,500($100 Value Offer good for 30 days)(Partials not Included) 5643 Clark Road €Sarasota, FL 34233Next to Dunkin Donuts @ I-75, exit 205 FREE 2nd Opinion!!*CROWNS* $475FREE!*$750*May change based on complexity of case. 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Arcadian | Page 6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 in need, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 1109 S.E. 9th St., Arcadia. Donations gratefully accepted. € Alcoholics Anonymous Second Tradition meets at 7 p.m. at St. Edmunds Episcopal Church, 327 W. Hickory St. € Prescription Assistance is available at the DeSoto County Health Department Clinic Location: 1031 E. Oak St., Arcadia. Call to make an appointment or for more information, call 491-7580 ext. 256. FRIDAY€ Coffee with the Mayor, third Friday of every month. € MAPP committee and VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster) meet at 9 a.m. third Fridays at the Family Service Center, 310 W. Whidden St. SATURDAY€ The Democratic Womens Club of Desoto meets at 11:30 a.m. on the third Saturday of each month at Beef O Bradys, 1703 E Oak St. € DeSoto County Library childrens movies are offered at 10:30 a.m. at 125 N. Hillsborough Ave. every Saturday. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Call 993-4851 for more information. SUNDAY€ Saint John Missionary Baptist Church, 208 Gordon St., Arcadia, welcomes the community to attend its annual Night-in-White program at 6 p.m. Sunday. Call 494-0449 for details. € Community Resource Center at the Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St, open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Information available on local, out-of-town, and state agencies and programs serving the needs of DeSoto County residents. Stop by and check out the large array of brochures for residents of all age groups. € Alcoholics Anonymous Serenity Group meets at Grace Lutheran Church, 900 W. Oak St. (State Road 70) at 8 p.m. Sunday. € Hispanic Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 7 p.m. Sunday at 426 Brevard Ave. next to El Charro Restaurant. MONDAY€ AMVETS meet at 7 p.m. the third Monday of each month at Post 60, 2846 S.W. Highway 17 in Arcadia. For more information contact Tim Martin at 990-0185. € DeSoto Amateur Radio Club meets at 6:30 p.m. third Monday monthly at the DeSoto County Emergency Operations Center, 2200 N.E. Roan St. € The DeSoto County Fair Association meets at 7 p.m. third Mondays monthly in the fair office on Heard Street. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday at the Center for the Needy, 161 S. Orange St. € All Faiths Food Bank and Sarasota County School District distribute free meals every Monday and Wednesday through August), 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. Call 494-2543 for details. € Women of Worship WOWŽ Womens ministry meets at 6:15 p.m. Monday at Freedom Fellowship Christian Ministries, 1528 N.E. Turner Ave. All are welcome. € Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St., daily coffee and conversation 9-10 a.m. Movie of the Week or games in the Activity Room 9:30-11 a.m. Lunch available with a 48-hr. advance notice; call 494-5965. € Alcoholics Anonymous Second Tradition meets at St. Edmunds Episcopal Church, 327 W. Hickory St. at 8 p.m. Monday at 327 W. Hickory St. € Alcoholics Anonymous Brown Baggers Group meets at noon Monday at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. € Prescription Assistance is available at the DeSoto County Health Department Clinic, 1031 E. Oak St., Arcadia. To make an appointment or for more information, call 491-7580 ext. 256. TUESDAY€ DeSoto County Commission Board meets at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. in room 103, County Administration Building, 201 E. Oak St., Arcadia. € DeSoto County School Board meets at 5:30 p.m. every second and fourth Tuesday in the School Board meeting room, 530 La Solona Ave., Arcadia. € The DeSoto County Library will host a movie for seniors at 1 p.m. € Tuesday Night Quilters meet twice monthly at the Turner Civic/Ag Center from 5:30-7 p.m. For more info call 494-4652. € The DeSoto Public Library hosts Legos for children every Tuesday at 3 p.m. € The Peace River Woodcarvers meet at 8 a.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arcadia. For information, call Dale Weese at 941-740-4790. € The only Narcotics Anonymous now meets Tuesday and Thursday from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. at St. Edmunds Church in Arcadia. For information, call Curtis at 244-2884. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday at the Center for the Needy, 161 S. Orange St. € The Faith Mission holds a conversational English class from 10 a.m.-11 a.m. A coloring club is available for kids during the class. € Rotary Club of Arcadia meets at noon every Tuesday in the McSwain Room at DeSoto Memorial Hospital. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 9 a.m. to noon every Tuesday at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. € Freedom Fellowship Christian Ministries Support Group meets at 7 p.m. Tuesday at 1528 N.E. Turner Ave. €Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St., daily coffee and conversation 9-10 a.m. Group games 10-11 a.m. Lunch available with a 48-hr. advance notice; call 494-5965. € Every Tuesday night, line dance class at the Palace Dance Hall (17N). Beginners welcome. $3 donation. For more info, call Jennie Martin at 494-2749. € Weight Watchers meets every Tuesday at 6 p.m. at Calvary Baptist Church, 1509 E. Oak St. For details visit www. weightwatchers.com and find a meetingŽ or call 800-651-6000. € DeSoto County Library holds Lego time at 3 p.m. Tuesdays at 125 N. Hillsborough Ave., Arcadia. Call 993-4851 for more information. € Alcoholics Anonymous Second Tradition meets at 8 p.m. at St. Edmunds Episcopal Church, 327 W. Hickory St. € AA Hispanic Group meets at 8 pm. at La Clinica, 1901 10th Ave. € Prescription Assistance is at the DeSoto County Health Department Clinic Location: 1031 E. Oak St., Arcadia. Call to make an appointment or for more information, call 491-7580 ext. 256. € Suncoast Community Blood Bank is open from noon to 6 p.m. today at 710 N. Brevard Ave. (U.S. 17 North), Arcadia. For more information, call 993-9366. WEDNESDAY€ The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday at the Center for the Needy, 161 S. Orange St. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free meals every Wednesday 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. € Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St. Low impact exercises from 9:30-10 a.m. Lets Talk Food share recipes, coupons, tips, research, dietary from 10-11 a.m. Lunch available with a 48-hr. advance notice; call 494-5965. € Hour of Power Prayer time is held at noon at Freedom Fellowship Christian Ministries, 1528 N.E. Turner Ave. € AA Brown BaggerŽ meetings are offered every Wednesday at noon at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. € Alcoholics Anonymous Serenity meets at 8 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, 900 W. Oak St. (State Road 70). € Art for KidsŽ is at 3 p.m. every Wednesday in the DeSoto County Librarys childrens wing. This free program, sponsored by the DeSoto County Arts and Humanities Council, is for elementary schoolaged children. € Prescription Assistance is available at the DeSoto County Health Department Clinic Location: 1031 E. Oak St., Arcadia. Call to make an appointment or for more information, call 491-7580 ext. 256. THURSDAY€ DeSoto County Historical Society Research Library is open in the Ingraham Seed House, 120 W. Whidden Street: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays (except for the second Thursday of the month), and second and fourth Saturdays, and by appointment. € The John Morgan Ingraham House museum, 120 W. Whidden St., is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays, except the second Thursday, and second and fourth Saturdays. € Free blood pressure screenings administered by DeSoto Memorial Home Health at the Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St., every second and fourth Thursday from 10:30-11:30 a.m. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. Mt. Zion AME Church holds its Spring Bazaar and Health Fair April 14, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., 256 S. Orange Ave. Spaces are available for $10. Free refreshments. 863-244-1783 € The DeSoto Public Library hosts Adult Coloring sessions every Thursday at 1 p.m. Bring your own work or see what the library has for you to color. € Kiwanis meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at Beef OBradys. € The only Narcotics Anonymous now meets Tuesday and Thursday from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. at St. Edmunds Church in Arcadia. For information, call Curtis at 244-2884. €Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St., daily coffee and conversation 9-10 a.m. Crafts or games in the Activity Room from 10-11 a.m. Lunch available with a 48-hr. advance notice; call 494-5965. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday at the Center for the Needy, 161 S. Orange St. € DeSoto County Library story time is at 3 p.m. at 125 N. Hillsborough Ave., Arcadia. Call 993-4851 for more information. € Faith Mission provides free lunches for anyone in need, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. 1109 S.E. 9th St., Arcadia. Donations gratefully accepted. € Alcoholics Anonymous Second Tradition meets at 7 p.m. at St. Edmunds Episcopal Church, 327 W. Hickory St. € Prescription Assistance is available at the DeSoto County Health Department Clinic Location: 1031 E. Oak St., Arcadia. Call to make an appointment or for more information, call 491-7580 ext. 256. COMING EVENTS€ That 70s (Round-up) Reunion is scheduled for Oct. 5-6. A Tailgate Party takes place from 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday, Oct. 5, and the reunion dinner will be held from 5 p.m. to midnight on Sat., Oct. 6, both at the Turner Agri-Civic Center. Cost is $35/single or $70/couple on or before sept. 14; or $45/$90 Sept. 15 or after. Checks payable to: Class of 78, PO Box 443, Arcadia FL 34265. SERVICE CLUBS€ Rotary Club of Arcadia meets at noon every Tuesday in the McSwain Room at DeSoto Memorial Hospital. € Kiwanis meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at Beef OBradys. € DeSoto Toastmasters meets the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at noon to 1 p.m. at First State Bank of Arcadia, 400 N. Brevard Ave. For information, call Victoria Provau, 494-2220 or email vprovau@fsbarcadia.com. € The Knights of Columbus is a Catholic, male social organization that provides its membership an excellent opportunity to further serve the Church and community through support of family life. It also offers many opportunities for fraternal and family-oriented social activities. St. Pauls Knights of Columbus meets every first Wednesday of the month, at 7:30 p.m., at the parish hall. For additional information, call John McVey at 494-6634 or Agustin Albiter at 491-4081. COMMUNITY SERVICE€ The DeSoto County Literacy Council is looking for volunteers for Adult Literacy and ESL (English as a Second Language), and GED tutors, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m., and 5-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. Call 993-1333. € Volunteers are needed to help children in the community! If you enjoy working with kids, can commit to a volunteer schedule (1-2 hrs/wk between 2:30-4:30 p.m.), can work with different school subjects and can be a positive role model for children, then call Laura Rodriguez at 494-1068 or email laurarodriguez@embarqmail.com. You must pass a background check and must complete a volunteer orientation. € Veterans „ For free transportation to VA clinics, call 993-9670 for an appointment. € Faith Mission provides free lunches for anyone in need, 1109 S.E. 9th St., Arcadia. They are in need of cash donations to help pay for utility bills and other expenses. € The DeSoto County Literacy Council is looking for tutors for adult literacy and English as a Second Language classes. For details call Susan at 993-1333. € The DeSoto County Extension Office has a FAWN weather station in DeSoto County, which updates every 15 minutes. Visit http://fawn.ifas.ufl.edu/ for information. € Addiction counseling „ Narconon can help you take steps to overcome addiction in your family. Call today for free screenings or referrals. 800-431-1754. NOTE: All phone numbers are in Area Code 863 unless stated otherwise. To add, remove or change any listing in the Community Calendar, email arcadian.editor@gmail.com or call 494-0300. Listings are free for nonprofit and noncommercial organizations. TODAY€ Peace River Audubon will hold its May meeting on May 17, featuring members video and slide shows plus election of new officers and board members. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for a half-hour social time followed by the regular program at 7 p.m. All welcome. First Alliance Church 20444 Midway Blvd., Port Charlotte. For more information, call Mike at 244-2652. € Are you a mother of a child with special needs? Would you like to connect with other mothers going through similar situations? Join us the third Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. for a time to connect and fellowship at Pine Creek Chapel, 1267 S.W. Pine Chapel Dr. in Arcadia. For more information, call or text Heather at 444-0817 € The All Faiths Food Bank will distribute free food to those in need on the third Thursday of each month, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the 7th Day Adventist Church, 2865 SE Ami Drive. € The regular meeting of the Arcadian Housing Authority Board of Commissioners is held at noon on the third Thursday of every month at the Arcadia Housing Authority, 7 Booker T Washington Road. Call 494-4343 for details. € The DeSoto Amateur Radio Club meets at 7 p.m. on the third Thursday of every month at the DeSoto County Emergency Operations Center, 2200 Roan St., Arcadia. Anyone interested may attend. Talk in for the meetings is at 147.180+ DARC repeater. € Family Safety Alliance for DeSoto, Manatee and Sarasota counties, sponsored by Department of Children and Families, meets at 4 p.m. third Thursdays monthly at Lakewood Ranch Northern Trust Banks community room, 6320 Venture Drive, Lakewood Ranch. For information, call Kerri Gibson at 941-316-6129. € DeSoto County Historical Society Research Library is open in the Ingraham Seed House, 120 W. Whidden Street: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays (except for the second Thursday of the month), and second and fourth Saturdays, and by appointment. € The John Morgan Ingraham House museum, 120 W. Whidden St., is open from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays, except the second Thursday, and second and fourth Saturdays. € Senior Friendship Centers -494-5965. Daily coffee and conversation 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Crafts 9:30-11 a.m., 2nd and 4th Thursdays Free Blood Pressure Screenings by Desoto Memorial Home Health. Lunch served at 11:30 a.m. Donations appreciated but no one is turned away. Not interested in scheduled activities? We have a large assortment of games, puzzles, cards, crafts, books, movies, discussion groups and guest speakers. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 9 a.m. to noon every Thursday at Trinity United Methodist Church, 304 W. Oak St. Mt. Zion AME Church holds its Spring Bazaar and Health Fair April 14, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., 256 S. Orange Ave. Spaces are available for $10. Free refreshments. 863-244-1783 € The DeSoto Public Library hosts Adult Coloring sessions every Thursday at 1 p.m. Bring your own work or see what the library has for you to color. € Kiwanis meets at 6 p.m. Thursday at Beef OBradys. € The only Narcotics Anonymous now meets Tuesday and Thursday from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. at St. Edmunds Church in Arcadia. For information, call Curtis at 244-2884. €Friendship Center, 219 W. Oak St., daily coffee and conversation 9-10 a.m. Crafts or games in the Activity Room from 10-11 a.m. Lunch available with a 48-hr. advance notice; call 494-5965. € The All Faiths Food Bank distributes free food 6-10 a.m. Monday through Friday at the Center for the Needy, 161 S. Orange St. € DeSoto County Library story time is at 3 p.m. at 125 N. Hillsborough Ave., Arcadia. Call 993-4851 for more information. € Faith Mission provides free lunches for anyone

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 7 | Arcadian Kelly Jean Winters, 44, of the 1900 block of S.W. Hendry St., Arcadia, was sentenced on April 18 to serve one year and one day in state prison for multiple charges. She was transferred to the Department of Corrections on May 7 and, with credit for time already spent in the DeSoto County Jail, her projected release date is April 13, 2019. According to records from the Arcadia Police Department, Clerk of Court and DOC, in June 2011, Winters was pulled over by APD in a traf“c stop for allegedly running a stop sign. When Winters denied having any illegal drugs in the vehicle, the of“cer had a trained K-9 sniff the vehicle. The dog alerted to the likely presence of drugs, and when the of“cer inspected the vehicle, he found some loose marijuana on the ”oorboard, along with two pill bottles containing Lorazepam, Tramodol and Traxodone. Winters claimed she often gave rides to known drug users. Winters was arrested on several drug charges, and eventually was placed on drug offender probation. In April 2015, a local merchant complained that Winters had purchased horse tack valued at over $250 and wrote him a check for $300, asking him to give the excess back to her in cash, which he did. A few days later, the bank returned the check to the merchant, saying the account had been closed, and charging his personal account for the $300. The merchants mother had been assured by Winters that she would bring the correct cash amount to the store in a few days, but she never did. Meanwhile, APD con“rmed the check which Winters had used was from an old account of her boyfriend which he closed in 2010. In August 2015, a woman who was moving to the area from out of state complained to APD that she had sent $647.50 to Winters to rent an apartment in the 400 block of Grif“n Street. When she arrived in Arcadia, Winters stalled, telling her the apartment was not ready yet. The woman then asked for her money back. Winters assured her and APD she would refund the womans money buy a date certain. However, when that date passed Winters still had not refunded the money. She was arrested on a charge of fraud or swindle to obtain property under $20,000. Also in 2015, Winters employed the services of an equine dentist for her horse. She wrote out a starterŽ check for $200, but the check bounced. The bank had told him Winters was not an authorized signatory on the account and the checks had been stolen. Winters then promised the dentists wife she would pay cash to resolve the dental bill but failed to do so. Winters was arrested on charges of fraud and petty theft between $100 and $300. In addition to the above charges, Winters was also cited for violating the terms of her probation on four separate occasions. On April 12, Winters was sentenced to serve one year and one day in state prison, with credit for time already served. In addition, her prior probation was revoked.Winters sentenced to year in prison WINTERSAn Arcadia woman was killed last week in a two-vehicle crash on County Road 760. According to the Florida Highway Patrol, Molly McQueary, 33, of Arcadia, was driving a Kia Sorento westbound Arcadia woman killed in 31/760 wreckon County Road 760, approaching State Road 31, around 2:30 p.m. Thursday. At the same time, a semi driven by Amado Villanueva, 46, of Davenport, FL, was headed northbound on State Road 31 approaching the same intersection. McQueary turned right onto State Road 31, directly in the path of the semi. The semi struck the drivers side of the Kia. McQueary was transported to Lee Memorial Hospital in serious condition, and was pronounced dead the next day. Villanueva had no injuries. Alcohol was not a factor in the wreck, according to FHP. |POLICE BEATThe information for Police Beat is gathered from police, sheriffs office, Florida Highway Patrol, jail and fire records. Not every arrest leads to a conviction and guilt or innocence is determined by the court system.The DeSoto County Sheris Oce reported the following arrests: € Michael Allen Anderson, 56, Okeechobee Road, Arcadia. Charge: possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana. Bond: $500. € Mariah Haley Davis, 27, 1000 block of N.W. Eucalyp0tus Ave., Arcadia. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of a harmful new legend drug without a prescription, possession or use of drug equipment and violation of probation. Bond: none. € Daniel Mendoza, 30, 3400 block of N.W. Algar Terrace, Arcadia. Charges: battery, and possession or use of drug equipment. Bond: none. € Nicholas Jameson Patterson, 27, 1600 block of S.E. Hargrave Ave., Arcadia. Charges: two counts of failure to appear. Bond: $4,000. € Reginald Reynard Roberts, 18, 800 block of S. Monroe Ave., Arcadia. Charges: possession of more than 20 grams of marijuana, possession of a weapon or ammunition by a convicted felon, possession or use of drug equipment and violation of probation. Bond: none. € Steven Gregory Schock, 43, Quincy, FL. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. € Anthony Ray Blanding III, 18. 1300 block of S.W. Harlem Circle. Arcadia. Charges: possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana and possession or use of drug equipment. Bond: $1,000. € Shakena Tyrhonda Burroughs, 23, 1100 block of S.W. Golden Ave., Arcadia. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: $12,000. € Juan Parra Garcia, 35, rst block of Park Place Estates, Arcadia. Charges: grand theft between $300-$5,000 and driving without a valid license. Bond: $1,620. € Javier Omar Nieves, 29, Sarasota. Charge: driving while license is suspended. Bond: $120. € Javien Javon Northern, 33, Lakeland, FL. Charge: out-of-county warrant. Bond: none. € Sergio Francisco Ramirez, 32, 2100 block of N.W. Richard Ave., Arcadia. Charge: eeing to elude police by failing to obey an order to stop, and driving while license is suspended, second oense. Bond: $5,500. € George Chester Shaver Jr., 45, 6800 block of S.W. Albritton Ave., Arcadia. Charge: violation of probation. Released on recognizance. € John Quincey Williams, 25, 5600 block of N.E. McIntyre Ave., Arcadia. Charges: four counts of failure to appear. Released on recognizance. € Juan Alvarez, 40, 6100 block of N.E. Roan St., Arcadia. Charges: three counts of failure to appear. Released on recognizance. € Daniel Martinez Martinez, 40, Lilli Ave., Arcadia. Charge: driving without a valid license. Bond: $120. € Ernest Andrew Thornhill, 34, 1400 block of S.E. 1st Ave., Arcadia. Charge: weapons oense/directing a missile into a dwelling, building, vehicle or aircraft. Bond: $7,500. € Mateo Jaime Mondragon, 21, 1400 block of S.W. Addison Ave., Arcadia. Charges: resisting or obstructing an ocer without violence. Bond: $500. € Austin Donald Smith Debrodt, 19, 6200 block of N.E. Ranch Drive., Arcadia. Charge: battery. Bond: $100. € Dusty Raymond Cox, 37, no address, Arcadia. Charge: out-of-state fugitive. Bond: none stated. € Patricia Martinez, 34, Wauchula. Charges: possession of less than 20 grams of marijuana, possession or use of drug equipment and driving while license is suspended. Bond: $1,120. € Jose Santos Valdez, 25, 100 block of Hillsborough Ave., Arcadi8a. Charge: driving without a valid license. Bond: $120. € Brigido Torres Velasco, 42, 1500 block of S.E. Cherry Drive, Arcadia. Charge: battery. Bond: $500. The Charlotte County Sheris Oce reported the following arrests: € Jesse Charles Fuhlman, 39, 2700 block of N.W. Eucalyptus Ave., Arcadia. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession or use of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $7,500. € Jessie James Pallon, 50, 11200 block of S.W. Cedar Ave., Arcadia. Charge: driving while license is suspended, third or subsequent oense. Bond: none. „ Compiled by Susan E. Homan DESOTO COUNTY:€ State Road 72 at S.W. Rodgers Avenue and S.W. Gator Trail „ Traffic on State Road 72 shifts slightly north using the westbound lane and shoulder near S.W. Rodgers Avenue, so crews can build a new box culvert. S.W. Rodgers Avenue is closed and will remain closed through early June while crews install new drainage structures. Motorists can access S.W. Rodgers Avenue through the detour using S.W. Gator Trail and Florida Avenue. This project includes adding box culverts, grading ditches, reconstructing roadway shoulders and adding guardrail along the south side of State Road 72. Expected completion is Summer 2018. The contractor is Estep Construction, Inc. € State Road 70 (West Oak Street) Railroad Crossing „ Crews continue work to improve the railroad crossing on State Road 70 west of U.S. Highway 17 in Arcadia. Crews will work on one side of the roadway at a time, shifting both directions of traffic to use the open side of the roadway. During the nighttime/overnight hours on May 17, crews will shift both directions of traffic to use the north side of the roadway, weather permitting. This will allow crews to work on the south side of the roadway. Motorists should use caution and expect delays. The project also includes milling and resurfacing the roadway adjacent to the railroad tracks and installing drainage improvements. Estimated completion is June 2018, weather permitting. The contractor is Ajax Paving Industries of Florida, LLC. CHARLOTTE COUNTY:€ State Road 31 from the Lee/ Charlotte County line to the Charlotte/DeSoto County line „ Motorists should expect intermittent southbound lane closures while crews perform ditch repairs during daytime hours Monday through Friday, weather permitting. Flaggers will maintain ROADWATCHboth directions of traffic. Motorists should use caution as crews work near the roadway. HARDEE COUNTY:U.S. Highway 17 from the Hardee/ Desoto County Line to Sweetwater Road (County Road 634) „ Crews will be widening U.S. Highway 17 from two lanes to four lanes, adding a grassed median and building new two-lane bridges over Charlie Creek and Charlie Creek Overflow. The contractor will also install new roadside drainage swales and storm water ponds to manage water running off the roadway. The contractor is Watson Civil Construction. Watch for crews and equipment working close to the road. Drivers should expect daytime lane closures and flaggers will direct motorists through the work zone in a single lane. Observe posted speed limits and drive with caution in the construction zone. Estimated completion is summer 2018. MANATEE COUNTY:€ State Road 70 over the Myakka River „ Crews are working on the bridge. Expect nighttime/overnight intermittent east and westbound lane closures from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Tuesday, May 22. Use caution and expect possible delays. SP17638 SHOPLOCALTODAY!SAVEGAS, SUPPORTOURLOCALLYOWNEDBUSINESSESadno=720357 "Your freedom matters to us"Mon Fri 8AM 4PM24/7 ServiceBlanding & Gloria Bail Bonds18 E. Oak St. | Arcadia 863-494-1184 adno=720247 118 N. Brevard Ave., Arcadia, FL New L ocation

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Arcadian | Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 Family AlbumFAMILY ALBUM PHOTOSSend us a photo to celebrate a birth, birthday, engagement, wedding, anniversary, etc. The Arcadian will run it free. We must have it no later than noon on Monday. Bring your photo to the office or e-mail to Arcadian.editor@gmail.com ARCADIAN PHOTOS PROVIDEDJinny and John Schaefer welcomed Hunter to their family in a ceremony at the DeSoto County courthouse. The boy had been fostered in November, was formally introduced as a family member on May 1. Welcome home, cowboy Hunter waves from horseback, a country welcoming. The youngster will be 2 this summer. ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDDeSoto schools sta participating in the Get Fit For Summer program are congratulated by the school board and Supt. Adrian Cline. Some 267 sta lost a combined 1,610 pounds in the campaign that ran January-April. Winners were given coupons for their eorts. Albritton Insurance Services was an underwriting sponsor of the get-t program. Congratulations to these school workers for their commitment.Get Fit For Summer! ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDSFSCs Brain Bowl players are Blaine Wallace (kneeling), Rubi Barajas (left), Juan Perez, Emily Beard, Carolina Bowden and Mathew Daniel. Each is an Arcadian.SFSC Brain Bowl teams excellent adventure The South Florida State College Brain Bowl team sneaked in one last tournament on Saturday (May 12) by competing in the Florida Spring Tournament held at Valencia College, West Campus, in Orlando. They had a terri“c showing with a 5-4 record, “nishing “fth overall and second in their division. The schools DeSoto campus was well represented„every player was from Arcadia! Mathew Daniels was once again the top individual scorer, ranking seventh (42.78 points per game), followed by Juan Perez (17th, 21.11 PPG), Baine Wallace (20th, 17.78 PPG), Carolina Bowden (32nd, 6.67 PPG), Emily Beard (36th, 5.56 PPG) and Rubi Barajas (40th, 3.33 PPG). The SFSC Brain Bowl team will resume play in mid-August. Thank you for your continued support of the players. ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDYouth group members from Eastside Baptist Church in Punta Gorda gave up a Saturday morning to paint the local Faith Mission, 1109 Ninth Ave. in Arcadia. Faith Mission serves meals to all who come on Thursdays and Fridays between 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. They also oer groceries for a donation to assist with utilities. At present 14 dierent church groups participate in this community service center. Thanks to Eastside youth and your adult sponsor, Stacey Gridley. Punta Gorda youth group visits Arcadia church ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDSpring commencement at SFSCSouth Florida State College ended its 2018 academic year with spring commencement on May 3. In all, 312 students crossed the stage wearing academic regalia adorned with an assortment of colored cords and sashes signifying individual achievement. Addressing the graduates, Tim Backer, chair of the SFSC District Board of Trustees, said, As you keep moving forward in life, never stop learning, but take a minute now and then to appreciate where you are in life and your successes at that time.Ž

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 9 | Arcadian | OBITUARIESMargie Hill Johnson Margie Hill Johnson, 89, passed away May 3, 2018, at her home in Arcadia, Florida. She was born on Nov. 28, 1928, in Fort Ogden, Florida, to John Grover and Florrie Carver Hill. Margie loved and lived her entire life in DeSoto County. She was of the Baptist faith. Ms. Johnson was a very loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend to all, and will be sorely missed. Margie worked hard all her life, retiring from Charlotte County schools as a bus driver and in the cafeteria. She also worked for Arcadia Police Department in the custodial department. Margie was a member of the VFW Womens Auxiliary. She is survived by three daughters: Linda K. Verwey of Port Charlotte, Florida, Cathy (Sonny) Ellison of Dunlap, Tennessee, and Sonya Johnson of Arcadia, Fla.; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Margie was preceded in death by her parents; husband Charles M. Johnson Sr.; son, Charles M. Johnson Jr.; brothers, Sydney Hill and Paul Hill; and sisters, Marion Hill Lowe and Delores Hill. Services were at the chapel of PongerKays-Grady Funeral & Cremation Services, 50 N. Hillsborough Ave., Arcadia. Burial followed at Oak Ridge Cemetery, Arcadia. In lieu of ”owers, the family requests donations to Tidewell Hospice and Palliative Care, 919 N. Arcadia Ave., Arcadia, Fla. 34266. Online condolences can be made at pongerkaysgrady.com. Arrangements were by Ponger-Kays-Grady Funeral & Cremation Services. While researching and writing a book on crime and justice, I was surprised to learn that two-thirds of those in prison had fulltime jobs at the time of their arrests. These people, now barred from the simple pleasure of walking down the street, had not been the victims of unemployment or bad economic conditions; they had lost their freedom because they had not been content with what they had and were willing to break the law to get more. Contentment comes from appreciating what we have rather than longing for more. The secret of contentment is to live daily with an attitude of gratitude; it is simply heeding Pauls call to be thankful all the time. (1 Thessalonians 5:18) Contented people have learned to keep possessions in perspective. Asked what he had learned from drifting about with his companions in life rafts for 21 days while lost in the Paci“c Ocean, World War II hero Captain Eddie Rickenbacker replied, The biggest lesson I learned from that experience was that if you have all the fresh water you want to drink and all the food you want to eat, you ought never to complain about anything.Ž Contentment conquers covetousness. To covet is to focus on what we want rather than on what we have. Thou shalt not covet,Ž says one of the Ten Commandments. But coveting has become one of the more respectable sins, one we hear little about from pulpits. Those who do not cultivate contentment become covetous. And in not appreciating what they have, these discontents often begin to long for things that will harm them. King Davids lack of contentment at home caused him to covet beautiful bathing Bathsheba while Uriah, her husband, was away “ghting for his country. Soon the king and the soldiers wife were involved in adultery and the infamous plot to get rid of Uriah so that Bathsheba could marry David was hatched, a development that resulted in great guilt and emotional pain for the coveting king. (Psalm 32) The same act is played out year after year, century after century. Husbands or wives stop appreciating one another and become discontented. Since theyre no longer grateful for what they have, they start coveting what belongs to others. It is then but a short step from coveting to collapse, from lust to loss. Covetousness is at the root of most crime and many marriage breakups. No wonder the Bible speaks out so strongly against it: Take heed and beware of covetousness, for ones life does not consist of the abundance of the things he possesses.Ž (Luke 12:15) Contentment that springs from a thankful heart is a powerful force for good, affecting every area of life. Contented people possess peace ƒ and become peacemakers. The secret of contentment makes one thankful for the necessities of life. When we strip away the frills of our present pampered lifestyles, were down to the basics, the things that really matter. Having the essentials ought to make us immune to self-pity and covetousness. 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Arcadian | Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 Benjamin Wiley Jr. is now a happy 6-year-old kindergartener in DeSoto County who has his doctors all over the world fascinated. Being born with raw hands and feet, he spent the “rst three months of his life at Johns Hopkins All Childrens Hospital in St. Petersburg. Ben Jr. was the only case of epidermolysis bullosa, or EB, in 2011, and the “rst the hospital had treated since 2007. He is now an active member in the DeSoto County 4-H Citrus Club and enjoys jumping on the trampoline, when he is able. EB occurs in one out of every 40,000 births. When Ben was born with EB, doctors told his parents that he would have a 1-5 year lifespan. Within the EB diagnosis there are 27 subtypes. Ben Jr. was diagnosed at the Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami, with Junctional Epidermolysis Bullosa Non-Herlitz, the most severe and rarest form of EB known to dermatologists and doctors worldwide. Ben Jr. is one of the one in 1.2 million babies born with Junctional EB. There are many genetic and symptomatic variations of EB, but all share the prominent symptom of extremely fragile skin that blisters and tears from minor friction, heat, or trauma. Internal organs and bodily systems are seriously affected. EB affects the entire body, including internal organs, eyes, teeth, hair, “ngernails, bone growth, and causes air-way issues. Because of this, Ben Jr. has a feeding tube for extra nutrition and supplements. There are times that Ben Jr. will have bad blisters in his mouth and throat, so the feeding tube has really been a lifesaver. His body uses three times the calories that a normal 6-year-old needs daily. His skin is always healing and most of his calories, calcium, and nutrients go to healing his skin. He has no toenails, because he has blistered so severely on his feet that as soon as they start to grow back, he blisters and they fall off again. Ben Jr.s teeth have little to no enamel, so the added feedings help with teeth and bone formation. He has also had to miss school because of corneal abrasions on his eyes. This can happen from him simply rubbing his eyes. EB is always painful; the pain is often equivalent to “rst-, secondand third-degree burns and is often debilitating. Ben Jr. also suffers from severe acid re”ux that requires him to be on re”ux medicines daily. Acid re”ux can cause scar tissue to form in the esophagus and also cause narrowing of the throat making it hard to swallow. Most cases of EB are lethal before the age of 30. Most lose their “ght with EB due to malnutrition, infections, viral sicknesses (such as the ”u, because it attacks their weak immune systems), organ failure, and other health issues. I try my best to treat all his wounds with natural remedies such as coconut oil, lavender oil, tea-tree oil, Dead Sea salt baths, epsom salt baths, and other organic remedies. So far all the remedies have been successful, keeping him off antibiotics and prescription ointments for over “ve years. He has not been admitted to the hospital for infections since he was 5 months old. Some days Ben Jr. cannot walk due to pain from wounds on his feet, so he has to use his wheelchair for mobility. EB affects both genders and every racial background equally. Daily wound care, pain management, and protective bandaging are the only options available for people with EB. There currently is no cure or treatment. With all that Ben Jr. conquers daily it is amazing to see that he always wears a smile and has a most humble heart. We have never held him back from anything that he has wanted to do. There are things that he knows that he cannot do, and now that he is getting older he understands his body better. Going into kindergarten we were worried about the transition, not only for him but his one-on-one aide, classmates, teachers, staff, and other students in higher grades. The acceptance and love shown by everyone have been more than we could have ever anticipated. The principal, Mr. Warren, has been amazing, making sure that all the students know that Ben Jr. is just like every student there, just a little more fragile. Mrs. Turner is the ESE staf“ng specialist at West Elementary and she Defying all odds, a brave boy fights backBy SIRENA WILEYARCADIAN CORRESPONDENT ARCADIAN PHOTOS PROVIDEDDespite physical obstacles, Benjamin Wiley Jr. soldiers on. He is pictured with his mom, Sirena Wiley, and a sibling. Ben Jr. is active in the DeSoto County 4-H Citrus Club and enjoys events related to his hometown.DEFYING | 19 adno=720282 Exclusive Subscriber Benefits € Print home delivery € Themed special sections € Pull-out shopping circulars Your T o w n Your T r u s t e d N e w s T e a m Prefer Paperless News? A r c a d i a n Stay in the know with comprehensive news coverage from around town. 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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 11 | Arcadian While discussing Earth Day with my fourthand fifth-grade (STEAM) classes at West Elementary, I realized we were not practicing good recycling habits in DeSoto County. We started putting out recycling bins around campus. I took the contents to the only place in town to take recyclables„the landfill„and even my students were skeptical as to where it goes from the re. At one time West Elementary had a paper container that was picked up by a company from out of town, but they no longer provide the service to our school. There used to be containers at the facilities building near the Turner Center, but that one has not been at that location for a few months. We knew that Womack Sanitation collects the trash in DeSoto county and wanted to write letters in hope to improve our town by asking them to collect recycling at homes or even just place a few containers around town maybe even at the schools. The kids are hoping to see results and make the world a better place.Earth Day project at West ElementaryBy BONNIE SIMMONSWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CORRESPONDENT More than 130 diners enjoyed the DeSoto County Historical Societys An Evening of Florida Cracker Food and FunŽ fundraiser last Thursday at Calvary Baptist Church. The menu featured traditional Florida foods such as pork, okra-tomato-corn casserole, black-eyed peas, collards, tomato gravy and biscuits or rice, cornbread, and more„plus a variety of old-fashioned desserts prepared by Society members. On each table was a jar and a sign announcing if you would like to eat butter on your biscuits or cornbread, please churn the cream in the jar (shake, shake, shake).Ž Cindy McLeod Ely also demonstrated butter churning using a vintage glass-jar churn and soon had fresh butter available. The program included music by two Florida Crackers with deep roots in DeSoto County: Becky Ryals performed two songs she composed with her brother, Dan Ryals: Grandmothers GroceriesŽ that described how her grandmother kept cowhands fed and those closest kin to me.Ž She also sang Light A Fire,Ž a tune detailing her grandfathers experience in World War I and afterwards on Floridas open range. As a tribute to the late K.C. Carlton, Luke Wilson sang Butter Beans,Ž crafting some of the lyrics to include items on the menu. He closed the evening with the song SuppertimeŽ„ original verses about his favorite Florida foods sung to the melody of George Gershwins Summertime.Ž Carol Mahler sang an original song about how our town was named for Arcadia Albritton Coker because she baked a birthday cake. Mahler also detailed some history about the foods: black-eyed peas were not destroyed by Union troops, as they considered them forage for livestock; collards were grown by Greeks and Romans; and okra is a member of the hibiscus family. Fourteen West Elementary School “fth-graders portrayed characters during their Living Wax Museum,Ž and the Societys youngest member, fourth-grader Lee Jones, served as the museum tour guide.Ž All but three portrayals were of local residents from the past and present: Mailie Bonville as Vera Carlton Gammage, Israel Clark as James Westberry, Jaycee Collins as Arcadia Albritton Coker, Aaron Henning as Rattlesnake Johnson, Tomiah Henry as Dr. Sharon Goodman, Remington Jones as Edgar Carlton Welles, Noah Marks as Dr. Edwin Greene, Choloe Miller as Erma BillŽ Whitlock, Ethan Mink as Acrefoot Johnson, Katherine Orozco as Mother Teresa, Matthew P“el as Acrefoot Johnson, DeLaney Peel as Matt Condo, Christopher Simmons as Ziba King, and Hayden Williams as Henry Ford. Dressed as Arcadia Albritton Coker, Claire A. Miller judged the costume contest, and awards were presented as follows: Best Historical Costume 18501879„Evelyn and Leon Arthur; Best Historical Costume 1880-1910„Lewis and Stella Parker; Best Hats„Bruce Neveau and Dennis Tyson; Best DeSoto County Historical Society fundraiser: Food and funCOMPILED BY ARCADIAN STAFF Accessory„Dennis Mader for his suspenders; Best Anachronism„Norma Banas for her rooster apron; and Best Closet Costume (i.e., Look what I found in my closet!)„Leslie Hale and Tara Welles-Jones. position in recent memory. Following councils unanimous vote, Ragan shrugged in surrender: Guess Im not going be marshal.Ž In other city business on Tuesday, council members adopted an economic strategy plan set forth by the Central Florida Regional Planning Council, approved a grant-funded runway upgrade at Arcadia Municipal Airport, and heard the first reading of a voluntary land annexation for a planned RV resort bordering South Florida State College. Council meets first and third Tuesdays.LIMITSFROM PAGE 1 adno=720245

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Arcadian | Page 12 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018Blazing Blues finale ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY PRISCILLA MCDANIELTinkling of percussion. A sprinkling of seniors in the wind section. The Blazing Blue Bands players. Horn section announces itself. Arcadia Dance Academy rocks! ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY ADNER VERDECIA LOPEZWatching is how we learn. Arcadia Dance Academys May 12 spring recital at the Turner Center was themed Classic Rock and featured young performers from tots to teens. Students of the year include Willow Ransom and Cynthia Ross. Little ballerinas performing with accompaniment. Exciting seconds before the Tiny Tumblers perform. Rockin the audience.The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 13 | Arcadian Gentle sounds of the ute section. Brass section adds character to the ensemble. DeSoto County High Schools Blazing Blue Band performed its spring concert on May 8. The event at First Presbyterian Church in Arcadia was chronicled by photographer Priscilla McDaniel. Best of fortunes to the seniors moving forward! Pictured are Jamie Berini and Ever Mathewson. Alexa Enriquez recites the pledge before the concert begins. Dancing never stops being fun. Little ballerinas performing More Than Words.Ž These Tiny Tumblers perform Born To Be Wild.Ž Paradise CityŽ performers are Grace Caudill, Willow Ransom, Aracely Zamorano and Isabelle Zolkos.

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SPORTS DeSotoEXTRA The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Arcadian | Page 14 The DeSoto County softball team got back to where they said they were going to get„the regional finals. From the beginning of the season it was pretty much expected to be another match-up against the Hardee Wildcats. Thats what the Lady Bulldogs wanted ƒ and they got it. Last years game was a classic, as the Wildcats scored twice in the top of the eighth inning to break a 3-all tie. The Bulldogs came back with a run in the bottom of the eighth and had their two best base runners at second and third with Mo Jeter up to bat. A pop-up ended the game. All any coach can ask for is a chance to win the game with his best going against the opponents best. That was the match-up last season. In the 3-0 loss Friday night, the Bulldogs didnt put their best against the Wildcatss best. It was an unusual game for the Bulldogs, as they failed to hit, made three errors, misjudged two fly balls, let a foul pop-up fall between three players and couldnt handle a bunt cleanly. They didnt play their best game, and at this point in the season, a team must be at the top of their game. Desarae Omar had a two-out single in the second and 14 batters later they got their final hit when Jeter looped a base hit to left to open the seventh. Two pop-ups later and a line drive to end the game and the Wildcats were regional champions again and going to the final four Dawg season ends in disappointing 3-0 loss, never threaten HardeeBy STEVE KNAPPARCADIAN SPORTS EDITOR ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPBreanne Tew puts her glove in front of the bag to nail a runner trying to advance to third on the back end of a double play. Stephanie Whitmore caught the y and relayed it to Dekoda Johnson who for the second straight week showed that you dont run on her gun.ŽDAWG | 16 Five years ago the Arcadian ran a story about Obie Strader. The 5-yearold boy had a serious problem then with his brain stem and spinal cord growing together. He had to have a serious operation. But now he is a happy and healthy boy celebrating his 10th birthday, today, May 17.Catching up with Obie, happy birthday! ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPObie Strader stands with his father and mother, Myron and Lucinda, after a little league game. Obie Strader comes into the dugout after scoring a run for his little league team in the DeSoto County Youth Baseball league. DeSoto County Youth Baseball 12U results ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPThe Castillo Payroll team in the 12U division of the DCYB league. Tyler Powers slides home and knocks the gloved ball for a run in the win in the DeSoto County Youth Baseball league. Gavin Deveries is out at rst by a half a step in the Castillo Payroll team win. Third baseman Wyatt Werner makes the long throw across the diamond to get the out. Gavin Lynch takes a cut at the pitch for the Castillo Payroll team in the 12U division. 600 West College Drive Avon Park, FL 33825 (863)784-7132 LEAD INSTRUCTOR, ENGINEERING PROGRAM Year-round, grant-funded faculty assignment to provide leadership and assist in the coordination of SFSCs Engineering program. Expected start date July 1, 2018 (negotiable). Master's degree or higher in a mechanical or electrical engineering program, or other directly related “ eld required. Minimum of one (1) year of hands-on experience in application of microcontrollers and programmable logic devices in electromechanical industrial/manufacturing processes required. Anticipated starting salary range: With a Master's degree-$51,883-$56,970; Doctorate $57,882-$63,557, plus a comprehensive bene“ ts package, including retirement, health/life insurance, and vacation/sick leave. Application review begins: June 3, 2018. Please visit http://sfsc.interviewexchange.com for application and other detailed requirements. SFSC IS AN EQUAL ACCESS/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY INSTITUTION adno=720354

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 15 | Arcadian DeSoto Youth Baseball 10U game Shelby Hollingsworth res to the plate for the Eli Western Wear team in the 10U division. Hollingsworth had an excellent outing, as she threw a no-hitter for 2 1/3 innings and then reached her pitch count and left the mound. The rst inning she had a pop up, ground ball back to the mound and struck out the last batter. ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPThe 10U baseball team sponsored by Eli Western Wear. The 10U baseball team sponsored by Kenneth Hancock. Drew Daniels knocks down a slow roller and throws to rst-baseman Josh Baker for the out in the 10U game. Jett Kellogg drills a pitch into the dirt for the Eli Western Wear team in their game in the 10U division. Drew Daniels, third-grader at East Elementary, delivers a pitch for the team sponsored by Kenneth Hancock. For more information Contact Tami Jewell: tjewell@sun-herald.com863-494-5201 RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!Deadline to reserve space is Monday, May 23rd at 5:30p.m. 2018 GRADUATION Keepsake EditionPublishing May 31, 2018 Once again, it is time for us to honor our DeSoto County High School graduates. We at The Arcadian are preparing for our annual graduation keepsake edition. It will be “ lled with all the senior pictures, congratulations from local businesses and loved ones, as well as many other pages “ lled with memories for the seniors and their families FREE Process Color Full page4col x 16 (10Ž x 16Ž)$521 1/2 page2col x 16 (5Ž x 16Ž) 4col x 8 (10Ž x 8Ž)$260 1/4 page2col x 8 (5Ž x 8Ž) 4col x 4 (10Ž x 4Ž)$144 1/8 page2col x 4 (5Ž x 4Ž)$82 This section will appear in the Arcadian on May 31, 2018. If you would like to have a pictures of your senior and a personal message to them in our special edition, call today to reserve your spotadno=720284 2 0 1 8 0 5 1 7 a s 1 5 p d f 1 1 6 M a y 1 8 1 9 : 0 3 : 4 3

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Arcadian | Page 16 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 tournament this week. The Bulldogs hit five pop-ups and five fly balls. Those dont make the fielder come up with the ball and force them to make an accurate throw and a catch on the other end. They did hit five ground balls that were all fielded cleanly to go along with two line drives. The Bulldogs fanned four times. Other than the two singles, Allison Bordners one out walk in the sixth was the only other runner for the Bulldogs. DeSoto never got a runner past first base and never threatened to score. Credit has to go to the Wildcat pitcher Allayna Carranco, who kept the Bulldogs in check the entire game. She only threw 70 pitches, compared to Hannah Englands 108 in the same number of innings. Hardee scored a run in the third and two in the fifth. Both innings started out with a base hit followed by an out and then an error. In the third, the Wildcat batter did a real nice job of checking her swing on a changeup and then just flicking her wrists and blooping it to right to score the game winner. In the fifth, it was a misjudged fly ball that allowed two runs to score„and that was the game. A single and an error led to all three Hardee runs. The Bulldogs had only two hits and the Wildcats played error-free ball, so that made the difference in the game. Hardee came up with the plays and the Bulldogs didnt. Hardee left nine runners on base, including a bases-loaded, one-out situation in the sixth. The Wildcats put two runners in scoring position in the seventh, but England whiffed the next two hitters to keep the Bulldogs in the game. The Bulldogs turned two double plays, both from the outfield. Bordner caught a flyball and doubled the runner off from first to end the two-run fifth. Stephanie Whitmore hauled in another fly ball and, just as she did the week before, she hit her cutoff perfectly and Dekoda Johnson gunned down the runner trying to get to third. If you play the game long enough, you know that there are times when everything you hit is right at the fielder and everything they hit finds a hole. Thats the way the game was for the Bulldogs. Johnson led off the game with a long drive that was caught just a few feet from the fence. The wind was blowing in and held the ball up. Without that wind, it could have gotten out of the park to give the Bulldogs an early lead. With Johnson on base with two outs in the sixth, Shea Lipe hit a deep line drive to right center that the outfielder caught as she ran into the fence and managed to hang onto the ball to end the inning. The Bulldogs hit two shots at the shortstop that short-hopped her, yet she came up with both of them. Those are the plays that make a difference between moving on to a championship game or going home. Coach Tom Lipe said, Im very proud of [you] for the season, and I dont think we ever quit on this team because we never started tonight. We can point fingers, but it all boils down to the fact we never started.Ž All three coaches told the team that they were proud of them for another great season. It wasnt supposed to end like this,Ž said head coach Mike Jeter.DAWGFROM PAGE 14 ARCADIAN PHOTO BY STEVE KNAPPFans react to a foul ball that was chased down by DeSoto catcher Alyssa Hairston. The Bulldogs lost the regional nal to Hardee, 3-0. DeSoto Youth Baseball 12U The Peace River Shopper 12U baseball team. ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPPeace River Shoppers Evan Eglo digs out a low pitch and drives it for a base hit in their game against L&L Cattle. Brady Adams gets a jump on Carlos Morales as he steals second base for the L&L Cattle team in the DeSoto County Youth Baseball league. Anthony Nania, a student at DeSoto Middle School, res to the plate for the L&L Cattle company 12U baseball team. Gavin Pelham, fth-grader at West Elementary, cant get to a pop-up in front of the plate. The ball stayed in fair territory and bounced o Pelhams glove. The batter didnt run and was an easy out at rst. Evan Eglo gets to third base where he strikes up a conversation (maybe about football) with Sully Hay. Eglos dad (Matt) was the DeSoto County High School football coach last year and retired with Hays dad (Bumper) taking the position. Need that hard-to-find item? Find it in the Classifieds.

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Arcadian | Page 18 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 DeSoto Memorial Hospital celebrated National Hospital week (May 6-12) with lots of festivities, food and dedications. On May 9, the old gift shop/ tobacco cessation room was dedicated in honor of Nelda M. Hill. Over her 25 years of auxiliary membership with DMH, Ms. Hill tirelessly volunteered 31,000-plus hours. Her family celebrated her life and shared stories of her time here with the staff during the ribbon cutting.DMH recognizes Nelda Hills service ARCADIAN PHOTOS PROVIDEDDedication ceremony on May 9. Nurse of the year is Dustin Cartee, RN. Directors of the year are Mydalis Freytes and Mary Ellen Brown (not pictured). DMH employee of the year Danielle Edwards receives the award from Vincent Sica, the hospitals CEO. CNA/ Unit Coordinator of the year is Angia Eaddy. DeSoto Memorial Hospital recognized its employees during National Hospital Week at a May 9 service award ceremony. There were over 60 employees celebrated at the ceremony, with a career ranging from one to 35 years of service. The 20-year service award recipients are Alberto Caballero, Shirley Gallimore, Kanaiyalal Patel and Constance Underwood. Twenty-“ve year service award recipients are Sharon Grif“n, Osmundo Sabado III and Lisa Strickland. The 30-year award recipients are Beth Henry, Betty Longenecker and Mary Ann Wilson. The 35-year award recipient is Joseph LaCava.DMH service award ceremony Twenty-ve year service award recipients are Sharon Grin (right), Osmundo Sabado III (left) and Lisa Strickland. The 30-year award recipients are Beth Henry, Betty Longenecker and Mary Ann Wilson (left). Alberto Caballero, Shirley Gallimore (right), Kanaiyalal Patel and Constance Underwood (left) are the 20-year award recipients. Hospital CEO Vincent Sica gives the awards at the May 9 event.BUSINESS SPOTLIGHT Red noses at Walgreens, remember May 24 ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDWalgreens oers Red Nose products to shoppers, proceeds of which go toward limiting child poverty. The Arcadia store had fun in its Red Nose campaign, including time in jailŽ for Charlotte Nymark. But not to worry, its all for charity for children. Arcadia Rotary welcomes Brewer ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDJane Martin, Rotary president (left), Nadia Daughtrey, president-elect, Circuit Judge Danielle Brewer and Paul Seusy, Rotary membership chairman, at Brewers induction into Arcadia Rotary. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGThe Board of County Commissioners of DeSoto County, Florida will consider the adoption of an ordinance at its regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 12, 2018, at 9:00 AM or as soon thereafter as it may be heard, in the County Commission Meeting Room 103, Administration Building 201 East Oak Street Arcadia Florida as follows.AN ORDINANCE OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, AMENDING CHAPTER 12, CODE OF ORDINANCES, REGULATING WATER, RECLAIMED WATER AND WASTEWATER SERVICES AND UTILITIES IN DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA; AMENDING SECTION 12-28 OF DESOTO COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES TO ALLOW BILLING ADJUSTMENTS UNDER SPECIFIED CONDITIONS; PROVIDING FOR REPEAL OF CONFLICTING PROVISIONS, REPUBLICATION, INCORPORATION INTO THE COUNTY CODE, SEVERABILITY, AND AN EFFECTIVE DATE. A complete copy of the draft ordinance may be inspected and copied at the Of“ ce of the County Administrator in Suite 201 of the abovestated address between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday, through Friday. Members of the public are advised that if any person decides to appeal any decision made by the Board with respect to any matter considered at a board meeting or hearing, he or she will need a record of the proceeding, and that, for such purpose, he or she may need to ensure that verbatim record of the proceeding is made, which record included the testimony and evidence upon which, the appeal is made. If special accommodations are required in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, individuals should contact the County Administrators Of“ ce by calling 863-993-4800 at least forty-eight hours prior to the meeting. adno=720351

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 19 | Arcadian paired the perfect paraprofessional with Ben Jr. this school year and she plans to follow him all through his school years here in DeSoto County. Lisa Thornsberry is Ben Jr.s one-onone aide daily. She helps him with daily activities, his dressing changes, school work, and other needs. Lisa truly loves Ben Jr. and he loves her. This year she has become more like family to all of us. The entire staff and faculty at West Elementary have adjusted well to accepting that Ben Jr. needs special accommodations. Nurse Stacy has a special box full of supplies and medications when theyre needed. This entire process has been so smoothly because of her love of being a school nurse. The Florida heat and humidity take their toll on Ben Jr.s skin. Therefore, he spends a lot of time inside in the AC. But, there are times that this does not stop a 6-year-old little boy who wants to partake in PE and running like normal kids. Ashley Killmon, the PE teacher at West, often allows Ben Jr. to participate in exercises, and when I am present, she will allow him to run track. Bandages and all, he will take off running and run the entire track with his classmates cheering him on every step of the way. It is a sight we all cherish and adore. Ben Jr.s smile, glowing with his sense of accomplishment, is one that can never be overlooked. With daily blistering and open wounds on his hands and feet, he still manages to make honor roll and complete daily assignments with his classmates with the help of his teacher Mrs. Munoz, who graciously meets him each school day with the gentlest hugs. Defying the odds one day at a time, with the help and encouragement of his sisters. Brasaya, Nariah and Sirenity Wiley are Ben Jr.s sisters. They are oftentimes caught laughing at him for saying or doing something silly, helping with dressing changes or going with him to doctors appointments across the state. Being a sibling to a special needs child takes a lot of patience and understanding. Our daughters have spent a lot of time teaching others about their brothers care and condition. Seeing what this condition can do to their brother after a simple fall makes them extremely protective over him, no matter what environment theyre in. Having to see their brother in agonizing pain and being poked with needles daily is something that no child should ever have to see or go through. A cure for EB is always on every birthday, Christmas, and prayer list. They have written speeches, constructed school projects about EB, spoken at events, and helped raise funds for EB research. As a parent, I believe that the worst part of it all is to see your child in pain daily and there is nothing that you can do to take their pain away. To know that there is nothing or no one in the world to make his skin normal and to make the pain stop. Each day there is a time where blisters have to be lanced, dressings have to be changed, and wounds have to be cleaned. During that time, it is the most stressful for me. Dressing changes are the most painful for Ben Jr. because we have to clean the wound and check for infection then rewrap every open wound on his entire body. This can take from one to four hours, depending on his wounds. Doctors are always saying that he looks amazing for his condition and usually have questions to ask us about our wound care routine. Truth is, we let him be the little boy he is and refuse to hinder him. If he wants to do something, we try our best to make a way. We dedicated each day to drowning out the pain with 10 times the happiness. He has taught us all so much over these six years. It is amazing how much one small soul can impact everyone he encounters. Not knowing what the future holds can be scary for anyone. No one is promised tomorrow. Rather you have a rare condition or not. Rather doctors say that you have one year to live, or one hundred. No one truly knows what the future holds, or when the good Lord will call us home. We are thankful and blessed to be able to witness a little boy with the strength and determination to defy all the odds! Sirena Wiley is Ben Wiley Jr.s mom.DEFYINGFROM PAGE 10 ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDBen keeps balance in his life, always a smile on his gentle face. DeSoto Church Directory ... And Make Your Choice from our Church Directory May the Lord “ ll your heart with love. Grace Lutheran Church, LCMS 1004 W. Oak Street Rev. Anthony Arias Pastor Adult Sunday School 11:00 AM Sunday Worship 11:00 AM All Welcome! First Church of the NazareneA LIGHTHOUSE IN OUR COMMUNITY FOR 85 YEARS132 W Gibson Street Arcadia FL 34266863-491-1422 Rev. Steve JohnsonSunday Worship 10:45 am Sunday School 9:30 am The VOICE of God will never contradict the WORD of God See your Church in this spotContact Tami494-5201for more information See Your Church in this spotCall Tami at 494-5201for more details. See your Church in this spotContact Tami494-5201for more information 5104 NW Oak Hill Ave.863-494-6224REV. JERRY WATERSSunday School 9:30 am Sunday Worship 10:45 am and 6:00 pm Wednesday 6:30 pm for Prayer Group, Youth & Children North Hillsborough Baptist Church 253 N. Hillsborough Ave. ArcadiaVacation Bible SchoolJune 11 15 Ages 5 through 11 6 8 PMadno=721496

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Arcadian | Page 20 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 1090 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE ARCADIA2/1 MOBILE HOME Located in senior park. Laminate flooring throughout, remodeled kitchen, screened lanai, large workroom. Forced air/heat. $37,500.00 740-350-6991 1500 LOTS & ACREAGE A R C ADIA 55 acre parcel w/lake for rent or sale. Water, electric and septic on site. Need your OWN 5th wheel or mobile home. $725/mo. or $299k Call 239-693-7270. 2050 SKILLED TRADES AR C DE SO T O C ARETAKER andSKILLS INSTRUCTOR needed for Live-in Group Home. Full-time with Benefits. More info: Call 863-494-2328. F i n d i t i n t h e C l a s s i f i e d s CO N C RETE FINI S HER S needed ASAP. Pay rate based on Skills. Work is in Charlotte County area. Call 941-628-8498 and ask for Tim. TRACTOR DRIVERneeded to apply. Herbicide & Citrus groves. Primary job sites are DeSoto and Hardee Counties.Competitive pay with per acre incentives, paid vacations & holidays. Health Ins. Must have transportation to jobsite. Contact Adam 863-673-0206 2100 GENERAL 4 temp workers needed by Pleitez Produce Farm, Warsaw, V A 05/29/18 to 11/25/18 to perform duties associated with fruit & vegetables such as planting, cultivating, weeding, harvesting, spraying, irrigating, loading & unloading of trucks, & other tasks related to production maintenance. Involves stooping, lifting and working outside in inclement weather & outdoor temps over 100 degrees. Must be able to lift & carry up to 75lbs. Workers will receive $11.46/hr stipulated by the USDOL. May be reqd to take random, post-accident, and/or upon suspicion drug test post-hire at no cost to worker. Testing pos/failure to comply may result in immediate termination. Must have 3 mos pos verifiable prior exp. Free housing provided to workers who live outside the area of intended employment. Trans/subsistence costs to the p lace of employment reimbursed to anyone who lives outside area of intended employment upon completion of 50% of the work contract, or earlier if appropriate. Trans to/from worksite provided by the employer for worker who lives in housing provided by the employer. Worker guaranteed s of the hrs specified in the work contract. Tools, supplies, & necessary equipment provided at no cost to the worker. To apply, contact CareerSource Heartland: 2160 NE Roan Ave A rcadia, FL 34266; 863-9931008 x231; VA1321240. 2100 GENERAL 7 temp tobacco workers needed by Farms of Bushy Fork, Inc., Hurdle Mills, NC, 06/01/18 to 11/05/18. Duties associated with fluecured/organic tobacco including greenhse prep, preparing rows, planting, cultivating, harvesting, fertilizing, spraying, irrigating, loading/unloading of tobacco bales of up to 800lbs, delivery to market, tractor driving, & genl farm work. Involves stooping, lifting, working o utside in inclement weather & outdoor temps below 30 to excess of 100 deg. Employer pd random drug test, post hire. Testing pos/failure to comply may result in immediate termination. Must have 1 mo pos verifiable exp. Wrkers receive $11.46/hr. Free housing will be provided to workers who live outside the area of intended employment. Trans/subsistence costs to the place of employment will be reimbursed t o anyone who lives outside area of intended employment upon completion of 50% of the work contract or earlier, if appropriate. Trans to/from worksite will be provided by the employer for worker who lives in employer-provided housing. W orker will be guaranteed s of the hours specified in the work contract. Tools, supplies, & necessary equipment provided at no cost to the worker. To apply, contact Caree rSource Heartland: 2160 NE Roan Ave A rcadia, FL 34266; 863-9931008 x231; JO#10845785. HEALTH-MINDED COO K For senior gentlemen with dietary restrictions. Cook in your home, deliver to his in Arcadia. Ingredients paid with receipt, orders by phone. $10.00 per meal delivered. 212-529-7837 941-302-4436 KIT C HEN & H OO D C LEANER Must Be Able to WorkAll Shifts. Incl. Wkends. Cleaning Commercial Kitchen Hood & Ducts. Valid/Clean DL, Trans. & Climbing Ladders a Must. Drug/Alcohol Free Co. 941423-9149 or 941-915-2828 Findthe perfect companion inthe Classifieds! 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER CARRIER NEEDED Home delivery route available two nights a week for The Arcadian & Charlotte Sun newspapers servicing DeSoto County. Supplement your income with this great business opportunity. Reliable transportation, valid Florida DL & proof of insurance are required. Apply in person at The Arcadian 108 S. Polk Ave Arcadia, FL 34266 E-mail Joe Gallimore at jgallimore@sun-herald.com 2110 PART TIME/ TEMPORARY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER CARRIER NEEDED If you live in the Sunny Breeze, Lake Suzy, or Liverpool area we have the perfect Home delivery route available for you! Two nights a week for The Arcadian & Charlotte Sun newspapers servicing DeSoto County. Supplement your income with this great business opportunity. Reliable transportation, valid Florida DL & proof of insurance are required. Apply in person at The Arc adian 108 S. Polk Ave Arcadia, FL 34266 E-mail Joe Gallimore at jgallimore@sun-herald.com 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes Notice is hereby given that THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD OF ARCADIA INC., owner, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ARCADIA INC. DBA FAITH COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY located at 201 N 11TH AVE, ARCADIA, FL 34266 in DESOTO County intends to r egister the said name with the Division of Corporations, Florid a Department of State, pursuant to section 865.09 of the Florida Statutes. Publish: 05/17/2018 110833 3578282 FINDYOUR BESTFRIEND INTHE CLASSIFIEDS! 3114 INVITATION TO BID THE SC H OO L DI S TRI C T O F DE SOTO COUNTY is seeking Qualified Roofing Company to remove old roof and replace the roof at DeSoto County High School, 1710 E. Gibson St, Ar cadia, FL 34266. Bid Number: 1718-0073 RFP Bid Title: Roof Replacement and Repair DeSoto County High School Pre-bid Conference: Mandatory, May 24, 2018 at 1:00 pm at 530 LaSolona Ave, Arcadia, FL 34266. Site visit will follow the pre-bid conference. Bid Security: 5% of amount of the base bid Insurance: Required according to specifications. Bid Opening Due Date/Time: June 5, 2018 at 2:00pm, local time, 530 LaSolona Ave, Arcadia, FL at which time they will be opened. A Qualification Package may be bidfhflli 3114 INVITATION TO BID obtained f rom the f ollowing websites www.desotoschools.com and https://publicpurchase.com or by contacting the Purchasing Department at (863) 4944222, ext.1111. PUBLISHED 5/10/18, 5/17/18, 5/24/18 102569 3577404 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 18CA214 DIVISION: CIVIL DELUXE HOLDINGS, LLC, A Florida Limited Liability Com pany, Plaintiff, v. MILTON T. SHIRLEY, DORETH A C. MIXON, BETTY J. SHIRLEY, JANE DOE AND JOHN DOE, Defendants. NOTICE OF ACTION TO: MILTON T. SHIRLEY, DORETHA C. MIXON, BETTY J. SHIRLEY, JANE DOE AND JOHN DOE, (the latter two names being fictitious to account for u nknown defendants), and each of the foregoing defendants unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, creditors, personal representatives, execut ors, guardians and all other part ies claiming by, through, under, or against any of the foregoing defendants, and all unknow n persons who may otherwise have an interest in the property hereinafter described, and their unknown spouses, heirs, devisees, grantees, and creditors, or other parties claiming by, through, or under those unknown persons, and the several and respective unknown as signs, successors-in-interest, trustees, receivers or any other person claiming by, through, under, or against any corporation or other legal entity name d as a defendant, and all claimants, persons or parties, natural or corporate, or whose exact legal status is unknown, claiming under any of the above named or described defendants or parties or claiming to have any right, title, or interest in the property hereinafter described, except for parties claiming by, through or under Plaintiff, and A LL OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Y OU ARE NOTIFIED that an ac tion to quiet title is pending on the following real property in DeSoto County, Florida: Begin at the Northeast corner of the NW of the SW of the NE of Section 26, Township 38 South, Range 24 East, DeSoto County, Florida; thence South 127 feet for the Point of Beginning; thence continue South 225.07 feet; thence W est 150.14 feet; thence North 230.9 feet; Thence East 150 feet to the Point of Beginn ing, all lying and being in Section 26, Township 38 South, Range 24 East, DeSoto County, Florida. YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for declaratory j udgment (as to ownership) is pending as to a mobile home located on the land described above, said mobile home being a 1973 CHAM, Serial Num ber(s): 0439694904D. Said actions have been filed against you and you are re f 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION quired to serve a copy o f your written defenses, if any, to it on PAUL BENNETT SEUSY, P.A. the plaintiff's attorney, whose address is 203 West Oak Street, Arcadia, Florida, 34266, on or before June 8, 2018, and file the original with the Clerk o f Court for DeSoto County, 115 East Oak Street, Arcadia, Florida, 34266, either before service on the plaintiff's attorne y or immediately thereafter; other wise a default will be entered against you for the relief de manded in the complaint or pe titi on. Dated this the 7th day of May, 2018. NADIA DAUGHTREY, Clerk of the Court By: JWGebeau as Deputy Clerk Published 5/10/18 & 5/17/18 325434 3577379 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA BANK OF AMERICA, N.A., Plaintiff, V S. JUSTIN L. ROBINSON; et al., Defendant(s). _________________________ CASE NO.: 2017CA000434AXMA NOTICE OF ACTION TO: Justin L. Robinson Last Known Residence: 1189 Seventh Avenue Southeast, Arcadia, FL 34266 Y OU ARE NOTIFIED that an action to foreclose a mortgage on the following property in Desoto County, Florida: LOT 10, BLOCK 30, OF KING AND BAKER SUBDIVISION, A SUBDIVISION ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 1, PAGE 105 AND RE-RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK C-5, PAGE 63, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, INCLUDING ANY REVERSIONARY INTEREST IN THE ALLEYWA Y A DJOINING THERETO BY VACATION OF ALLEYWAY AS SHOWN IN O.R. BOOK 115, PAGE 215, OF THE PUBLIC RECORDS OF DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA. SAID INTEREST IN THE ALLEYWA Y A BOVE DESCRIBED BEING: TO CENTERLINE OF ALLEYWA Y A DJACENT TO THE WEST BOUNDARY OF SAID LOT 10. TOGETHER WITH A 1989 DOUBLE WIDE MOBILE HOME ID# LF23626412A & LF23626412B. has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it o n ALDRIDGE | PITE, LLP, Plain tiffs attorney, at 1615 South Con gress Avenue, Suite 200, Delray Beach, FL 33445, on or before June 10, 2018 and file the original with the clerk of this court either before service on Plaintiffs attorney or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or pe tition. Dated on April 30, 2018. NADIA K. DAUGHTRE Y As Clerk of the Court By: Nadia K. Daughtrey As Deputy Clerk Publish: May 17, 24, 2018 401131 3548150 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA C1 BANK F/K/A COMMUNIT Y B ANK & COMPANY A S SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO FIRST COMMUNITY BANK OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, vs. RICHARD H. CRAWFORD, GRACE C. CRAWFORD, A ND UNKNOWN TENANTS IN POSSESSION, Defendants. Case No. 2015 CA 000316 A MENDED NOTICE OF ACTION TO:ANY KNOWN OR UN KNOWN NATURAL PERSON, THE UNKNOWN SPOUSE, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES CREDITORS, OR OTHER PAR TIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER OR AGAINST RICHARD H. CRAWFORD AND/OR GRACE C CRAWFORD YOU ARE NOTIFIED t hat a Lis Pendens and Firs t A mended Verified Complaint on the following property in DeSoto County, Florida: THE SOUTH 100 FEET OF THE EAST OF THE SOUTH OF THE NORTHWEST OF THE NORTHEAST OF THE SOUTHEAST OF SECTION 23, TOWNSHIP 39 SOUTH, RANGE 23 EAST, DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA LESS 25 FEET ON TH E EAST SIDE FOR ROAD RIGHT-OF W AY. TOGETHER WITH A 2007 JA COBSON DOUBLE WIDE MO BILE HOME ID#S FLA28298 A A ND FLA28298 B. Property Address: 10625 Park A venue SW, Ft. Ogden, FL 34267 has been filed against y ou and you are required to serve a copy of your written def enses, if any, to it on Patrick G. Bryant, Plaintiff's attorney, w hose address is P. O. Box 9266, Bradenton, Florida 3 4206 on or before May 30, 2018, and file the original with t he Clerk of this Court either bef ore service on Plaintiff's attor n ey or immediately thereafter; otherwise a default will be en tered against you for the relie f demanded in the complaint. DATED this 27 day of April, 2018. NADIA K. DAUGHTREY Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller By Bridgette Rios As Deputy Clerk Publish: 05/10/2018, 05/17/2018 402544 3576589 IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA Case No.: 2017-DR-631 Division: Robert A. Hill Petitioner, and Jesse M. Hill Respondent, OCOCOO

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 21 | Arcadian 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION NOTICE OF ACTION FOR DISSOLUTION OF MARRIAGE (NO CHILD OR FINANCIAL SUPPORT) To: Jesse M. Hill, 1450 E. Gibson Ct. Apt #3 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Dissolution of Marriage has been filed against you and that you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it on Robert A. Hill whose address is P.O. Box 2755 Arca dia, FL 34265 on or before April 10, 2018 and file the original with the clerk of this Court at 115 E. Oak St, Arcadia, FL 34266 before service on Petit ioner or immediately thereafter. If you fail to do so, a default may be entered against you f or the relief demanded in the petition. The action is asking the court to decide how the following real or p ersonal property should be di vided: NONE Copies of all court documents in this case, including orders, are available at the Clerk of the Circuit Courts office. You may review these documents upon request. Y ou must keep the Clerk of t he Circuit Courts Office not ified of your current address. (You may file Designation of Current Mailing and E-mail address, Florida Supreme Court Approved Family Law Form 12.915.) Future papers in t his lawsuit will be mailed or e-mailed to the address(es) on record at the clerks office. W ARNING: Rule 12.285, Florida Family Law Rules o f Procedure, requires certain automatic disclosure of documents and information. Failure to comply can resul t in sanctions, including dismissal or striking of pleadings. Dated: 01/22/18 Nadia K. Daughtery CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT B y:Bridgette Rios Deputy Clerk Publish: May 10, 17, 24, 31, 2018 395956 3575822 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA PENNYMAC LOAN SERVICES, LLC, Plaintiff, v. STEVE A. MOSELY, et al., Defendants. CASE NO.: 2016-CA-000623 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE is hereby given that Nadia K. Daughtrey, Clerk of the Circuit Court of DeSoto County, F lorida, will on June 14, 2018, at 11:00 a.m., at the Desoto County Courthouse 115 E Oak St., Arcadia, FL 34266 in accor dance with Chapter 45, F.S., offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the following described property situated in DeSoto County, Florida, to wit: Lots 24, and 25, ELLER AND TURNER ESTATES, FIRST ADDITION, a subdivision according to the plat or map thereof de scribed in Plat Book 6, at page(s) 79, of the Public Records of DeSoto County, Florida. Property Address: 1985 South east Michigan Street, Arcadia, FL 34266 pursuant to the Final Judgmen t f 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE o f F orec l osure entere d i n a case pending in said Court, the style and case number of which is set f orth above. Any person claiming an interest in the surplus from t he sale, if any, other than the property owner as of the date of t he Lis Pendens must file a claim within 60 days after the sale. If the sale is set aside for any reason, the Purchaser at t he sale shall be entitled only to a return of the deposit paid. The Purchaser shall have no further recourse against the Mortgagor, t he Mortgagee or the Mortgagee's attorney. A mericans with Disabilities A ct. The Jury Office of the Clerk of Courts in each county of the 12th Judicial Circuit has been designated as the initial contact for ADArelated matters and shall screen calls, handle the request if it pertains to a function of the Clerks office, or obtain pertinent information in order to forward the request to the appropriate off ice. Please contact DeSoto County Jury Office, 115 East Oak Street, Arcadia, Florida 34266. Telephone: (863) 993-4876. If you are hearing or voice impaired, please call 711. SUBMITTED on this 10th day of May, 2018. SIROTE & PERMUTT, P.C. / s/ Kathryn I. Kasper, Esq. Anthony R. Smith, Esq. FL Bar #157147 Kathryn I. Kasper, Esq. FL Bar #621188 Attorneys for Plaintiff OF COUNSEL: Sirote & Permutt, P.C. 1201 S. Orlando Ave, Suite 430 W inter Park, FL 32789 Toll Free:(800) 826-1699 Facsimile: (850) 462-1599 Publish: May 17, 24, 2018 402613 3577940 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT Notice of Final Agency Action by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Notice is given that the Florida Department of Environmental Protections (FDEP) Final Agency Action is approval of the application for an Environmental Resource Permit and Sovereignty Submerged Lands Authorization for a 6.14 mile potable water transmission p ipeline known as Phase I Sub aqueous Potable Water Pipeline. The project is located in Charlotte County, Section(s) 6, 7, 17-20, and 30, Township 40 South, Range 24 East as well as in DeSoto County, Section(s) 31, Township 39 South, Range 24 East. The permit applicant is Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority whose address is 9415 Town Center Parkway, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202. The Permit Nos. is 359802-001. The file(s) pertaining to this project is av ailable for inspection Monday … Friday except for legal holidays, 8am … 5pm, at the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, South District Office, 2295 Victoria Avenue, #364, Fort Myers, FL 33901. Notice of Rights A person whose substantial inter ests are affected by the Departments action may petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Pursuant to Rule 28106.201, F.A.C., a petition for an administrative hearing must cont ain the following information: (1) The name and address of each agency affected and each agencys file or identification number, if known; (2) the name, address, any email address, any f acsimile number, and telephone number of the petitioner; the name, address, and telephone number of the petitioners representative, if an y, which shall be the address for service purposes during the course of the proceeding; and an explanation of how the petitioners substantial interests are or will be affected by the agency determination; (3) a statement of hdhhii 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT w h en an d h ow t h e pet i t i oner received notice of the agency decision; (4) a statement of all disputed issues of material fact. If there are none, the petition mu st so indicate; (5) a concise statement of the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific facts that t he petitioner contends warrant rev ersal or modification of the agencys proposed action; (6) a statement of the specific rules or statutes that the petitioner contends require reversal or modification of the agencys proposed action, including an explanation of how the alleged facts relate to the s pecific rules or statutes; and (7) a statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action that the petitioner wishes the agency to take with respect to the agencys proposed action. The petition must be filed (received b y the Clerk) in the Office of General C ounsel of the Department a t 3900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000. Also, a cop y of the petition shall be mailed to t he applicant at the address indicated above at the time of filing. Petitions filed by any persons other than the applicant, and other t han those entitled to written not ice under Section 120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within 14 days of publication of the notice or w ithin 14 days of receipt of the w ritten notice, whichever occurs f irst. Under Section 120.60(3), F.S., however, a ny person who has asked the Department for notice of agency action may file a petition within 14 days of receipt of such notice, regardless of the date of publication. The failure to file a petition within the appropriate time period shall constitute a waiver of that person's right to request an administrative determina tion (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., or to intervene in this pro ceeding an d participate as a party to it. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another party) w ill be only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. Publish: May 17, 2018 303693 3577992 N ot i ce o f Fi na l A gency A ct i on by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection Notice is given that the Florida Department of Environmental Protec tions (FDEP) Final Agency Action is approval of the application for an Environmental Resource Permit and Sovereignty Submerged Lands Authorization for a 6.14 mile potable water transmission pipeline known as Phase I Sub aqueous Potable Water Pipeline. The project is located in Charlott e County, Section(s) 6, 7, 17-20, and 30, Township 40 South, Range 24 East as well as in DeSoto County, Section(s) 31, Town ship 39 South, Range 24 East. The permit applicant is Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority whose address is 9415 Town Center Parkway, Lakewood Ranch, FL 34202. The Permit Nos. is 359802-002. The file(s) pertaining to this project is a v ailable for inspection Monday … Friday except for legal holidays, 8am … 5pm, at the Florida Depart ment of Environmental Protection, South District Office, 2295 Victoria Avenue, #364, Fort Myers, FL 3 3901. Notice of Rights A person whose substantial inter ests are affected by the Departments action may petition for an administrative proceeding (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S. Pursuant to Rule 28 106.201, F.A.C., a petition for an administrative hearing must cont ain the following information: (1) The name and address of each agency affected and each agencys file or identification number, if known; (2) the name, address, any email address, any facsimile number, and telephone number of the petitioner; the name, address, and telephone number of the petitioners representative, if an y, which shall be the address for service purposes during the course of the proceeding; and an explanation of how the petitioners substantial interests are or will be affected by the agenc y determination; (3) a statement of when and how the petitioner re ceived notice of the agency deci sion; (4) a statement of all disputed issues of material fact. I f there are none, the petition mus t so indicate; (5) a concise state ment of the ultimate facts alleged, including the specific facts that t he petitioner contends warrant rev ersal or modification of the agencys proposed action; (6) a fhifil 3128 NOTICE OF PERMIT statement o f t h e spec ifi c ru l es or statutes that the petitioner con tends require reversal or modifi cation of the agencys proposed action, including an explanation of how the alleged facts relate to the specific rules or statutes; and (7) a statement of the relief sought by the petitioner, stating precisely the action that the petitioner wishes the agency to take with respect to the agencys proposed action. The petition must be filed (received b y the Clerk) in the Office of General Counsel of the Department a t 3 900 Commonwealth Boulevard, Mail Station 35, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3000. Also, a copy o f the petition shall be mailed to the applicant at the address indicated above at the time of filing. Petitions filed by any persons other than the applicant, and other t han those entitled to written not ice under Section 120.60(3), F.S., must be filed within 14 days of publication of the notice or w ithin 14 days of receipt of the written notice, whichever occurs first. Under Section 120.60(3), F.S., however, any person who has asked the Department for notice of agency action may file a petit ion within 14 days of receipt of such notice, regardless of the date of publication. The failure to f ile a petition within the appropriate time period shall constitute a waiver of that person's right to request an administrati ve determination (hearing) under Sections 120.569 and 120.57, F.S., or to intervene in this proceeding and participate as a party to it. Any subsequent intervention (in a proceeding initiated by another party) will be only at the discretion of the presiding officer upon the filing of a motion in compliance with Rule 28-106.205, F.A.C. Publish: May 17, 2018 303693 3577995 3130 NOTICE OF SALE IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION Wells Fargo Bank, NA Plaintiff, -vs.Timothy McGuire; Unknown Spouse of Timothy McGuire; Unknown Parties in Possession #1, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above n amed Defendant(s) who are no t known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants; Unknown Parties in Possession #2, If living, and all Unknown Parties claiming by, through, under and against the above named Defendant(s) who are not known to be dead or alive, whether said Unknown Parties may claim an interest as Spouse, Heirs, Devisees, Grantees, or Other Claimants Defendant(s). Case #: 2017-CA-000089 DIVISION: II NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur suant to order rescheduling fore closure sale or Final Judgment, entered in Civil Case No. 2017 CA-000089 of the Circuit Cour t of the 12th Judicial Circuit in and for DeSoto County, Florida, wherein Wells Fargo Bank, NA, Plaintiff and Timothy McGuire are defendant(s), I, Clerk o f Court, Nadia K. Daughtrey, will sell to the highest and best bid der for cash AT THE SOUTH EN TRANCE OF THE DESOTO COUNTY COURTHOUSE, AT 11:00 A.M. on May 24, 2018 the following described property as set forth in said Final Judgment, to-wit: LOTS 5, 6, AND 7, HIGGINBOTHAM'S RESUBDIVISION OF BLOCK 12, ORIGINAL SURVEY OF ARCADIA, AS PER MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN THE OFFICE OF THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR DESOTO COUNTY, FLORIDA, IN PLAT BOOK 2, PAGE 59. SOCG 3130 NOTICE OF SALE ANY PERSON CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN THE SURPLUS FROM THE SALE, IF ANY, OTHER THAN THE PROPERTY OWNER AS OF THE DATE OF THE LIS PENDENS MUST FILE A CLAIM WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER THE SALE. If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact the ADA Coordinat or; 2002 Ringling Boulev ard, 8th Floor, Sarasota, Florida 34237 (941) 8617811 at least 7 days before y our scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving this notificat ion of the time before the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days. If you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Nadia K. Daughtrey CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT DeSoto County, Florida _________________________ DEPUTY CLERK OF COURT A TTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF: SHAPIRO, FISHMAN & GACH, LLP 2424 North Federal Highway, Suite 360 Boca Raton, Florida 33431 (561) 998-6700 (561) 998-6707 Publish: 05/10/18, 05/17/18 118683 3575641 NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE : NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE: Able W recker gives Notice of Foreclosure of Lien and intent to sell these vehicles on 06/3/2018, 08:30 am at 5135 NE Cubitis A venue Arcadia, FL 34266, pursuant to subsection 713.78 of the Florida Statutes. Able W recker reserves the right to accept or reject any and/or all bids. 1J4GW58S7XC703226 1999 JEEP Publish: MAY 17, 2018 108133 3576446 3138 OTHER NOTICES C ommun i ty C are F am il y H ea l t h care Center located at 1110 East Gibson St., Building A, Ar cadia, FL 34266, is closing their chiropractic services effective May 22, 2018. The medical records will be ret ained at the above address or at the directive of the patient, f orwarded to the provider of t heir choice. You can reach Community Care Family Healthcare Center by calling 863-9930100 PUBLISHED 4/26/18, 5/3/18, 5/10/18, 5/17/18 396445 3571374 6030 HOUSEHOLD GOODS 6 Tiffany Style Lamps $70-$180 EACH 954-303-1735 6 piece pinewood L-shaped dinette set $300 954-303-1735 6035 FURNITURE 2 CO RNER S HELVE S $15 each or best offer 863-494-3190 FAINTIN G C HAIR Old Wicker, Chaise style, needs small repair amd paint, newer cusion $45. 863-444-8291 ROUND DINING ROOM wood pedastal table w/4 chairs excellent condition $150 OBO 863-494-3190 MATTRESS AND B ox. N ew will sell $100 941-629-5550 BED QUEEN M attress an d Box Brand New will sell. $175 Also have KING. 941-6295550 6035 FURNITURE BAMB OO S ETTEE w/cushion, like new $150 941-202-9172 L O VE S EAT Beige tweed fabric $50 941-202-9172 GreatDealsin theClassifieds! S ET O F B OO K S HELVE S Lighted w/glass shelves $300 863-494-4161 S WIVEL BAR S T OO L S 2 cherry wood w/arms fabric seats, like new $100 941-202-9172 S WIVEL C HAIR Palm leaf design $25 941-202-9172 TWIN BEDR OO M S ET White, dresser w/mirror, night stand, matress w/box spring Clean!! $295 941-202-9172 6040 TV/STEREO/RADIO 49Ž LGSMART TV New in box never opened $300 941-586-4951 6065 CLOTHING/JEWELRY ACCESSORIES BELT BU C KLE CO LLE C TI O N $250 863-494-0956 6070 ANTIQUES COLLECTIBLES ANTI Q UE C HINA C ABINET 1930S $350 863-491-5537 CO LLE C TIBLE HUMPTY DUMPTY BANK $500 863-494-0956 ANTIQUE BABY CRADLE $225 863-491-5537 HESS TRUCKS 1990, 1992, 1994-2005 MINT CONDITION. 863-993-3044 6125 GOLF ACCESSORIES GO LF C ARTWHEEL S& TIRES 4-lug 18 x 8.50-8 $40 863-494-5918 6190 TOOLS/ MACHINERY MALE REE S E HITCH & SWAY $50 863-494-0956 6250 APPLIANCES CO MPA C T FRID G E $ 15 440-856-6661 GE REFRIGERATOR 2011 side by side, black, 23.7 cu. ft. $175 obo. 863-873-1862 FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC GLASS TOP STOVE, AND KENMORE MICROWAVE $400 obo. 863-558-3161 6260 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 3 6L ENGINECOVER 2015 GM# 23276530 Direct injection $40 863-494-5918 9 5 F O RDV 6 Re-built engine w/stand $450 863-990-9833 TRI-F O LD BED CO VER New in box call for details. 863-990-4290 7260 AUTOS WANTED WE BUY & PICK UP JUNK CARS 941-661-1928

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Arcadian | Page 22 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 Students from West Elementary and DeSoto Middle School special education programs, with the teachings of VSA of Florida, got together to display their spectacular artwork one night onlyŽ to let the stars shine. The mission of VSA Floridas art program is to provide, support and champion arts education and cultural experiences for and by people with disabilities. Their vision is to create a world in which the arts are universally accessible. They do this by conducting art education programs in schools, including those in DeSoto County. They are promoting the accomplishments of artists with disabilities through their artist registry, exhibitions, and performances. Increasing access to the arts through professional development workshops with assistance of a talented instructor, Nanette Hopkins, she has been teaching these students for approximately three years with a scholarship of eight sessions per year and has a wonderful method of reaching their inner art skills. It provides them with the techniques to bring out their magni“cent talents that these unique children have inside, that are expressed on paper using different forms of art to display in their own art show one night only at the Family Service Center in Arcadia. These children in our programs are in elementary and middle school that are intellectually disabled and autistic are being taught to be independent not dependent, so they can function in the real world to be able to work with con“dence and have the understanding of the importance of what it means to take pride in a project to see what it is to complete it to their fullest capability and have people view what wonderful work they have done. Being intellectually disabled is characterized by signi“cant limitations in both intellectual functioning and in adaptive behavior, which covers many every-day social and practical skills. This disability originates before the age of 18. Some of them also have autism, or autism spectrum disorder, which refers to a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication, as well as by unique strengths and differences. April was Autism Awareness Month. vsa”.org About VSA Florida (Tampa): Directly served over 74,000 people through 484 programs in 61 counties in Florida. An additional 24,000 students were impacted directly through teacher trainings. Some 94 percent of our programs were provided free of charge. Served 3,414 students in 207 schools and Department of Juvenile Justice facilities through multi-week artist residency programs, conducting 1,696 hours of residency programs.DeSoto kids get to the art of itBy JOYCE DE LA TORREWEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CORRESPONDENT West Elementary artists. Patt Fosnaught, Rhonda Cassidy, Joyce De La Torre, Nanette Hopkins and Deanne Miller lead the VSA Florida program in the region and in DeSoto County. Dee Miller, Patt Fosnaught, Nanette Hopkins and Sandy Grith with Suncoast Credit Union at the exhibit. Eric Manuel Julian with his work. ARCADIAN PHOTOS BY PRISCILLA MCDANIELWest Elementary and DeSoto Middle students participated in the art show. Delores Dominquez stands with her work. West Elementary talent.Trained 1,255 teachers, teaching artists, museum staff, and cultural organization professionals on accessibility and accommodations. Partnered with over 42 organizations across Florida. Participated in 17 exhibitions of art by students and adults with disabilities. Hosted our second annual Animation Gets RealŽ summer camp for 30 teens with autism and related disabilities. Served over 1,300 people, including students and veterans, through a weeklong A New De“nition of DanceŽ program. Employed teaching artists to conduct programs and classes, injecting $207,047 into Floridas economy. Life lessons from seniors, ice cream hits the spotDeSoto County Highs Interact Club, sponsored by Asena Mott and Nadia Daughtrey, visited those at DeSoto Cares assisted living facility on Sunday. Soon-to-be high school graduates heard advice from some wise grandparents and learned what life was like as a younger person years ago. After visiting, club members enjoyed some ice cream together to celebrate their “nal few days of school. ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDInteract Club members got meaningful advice on Sunday.

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The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.sunnewspapers.net Page 23 | Arcadian Built in the late 1890s, the DeSoto County Historical Societys John Morgan Ingraham House Museum is an example of an unaltered Florida Cracker home. It serves as a memorial to the countys pioneer families and features the history of the Ingraham family, as well as Arcadia and DeSoto County. The museum and adjacent Howard and Velma Melton Historical Research Library in the Ingraham Seed House are open to the public from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Thursdays (except second Thursdays), plus second and fourth Saturdays. Three blocks north of the museum are the Superintendents Home and remaining structures of the Florida Baptist Childrens Home or the orphanageŽ„an institution in Arcadia from 1903 to 1948. At the southeast corner of N. Arcadia Avenue and W. Winifred Street, a Florida Historic Marker summarizes its history. Florida markers also identify both of the citys government sites: Arcadia City Hall built in 1926 and the DeSoto County Courthouse, constructed in 1912. (The 1889 woodframe courthouse was located on the same site.) A monument commemorating DeSoto County veterans who died during 20th century wars is centered in the south piazza. An exhibit about Florida native plants that the pioneers used is available during regular hours in a new building„the DeSoto County Library, 125 N. Hillsborough Ave. The display complements the Florida native plant garden to the west of childrens wing that features the history of education in DeSoto CountyŽ on its south wall. Historic preservation includes adaptive reuse of older buildings,Ž and the DeSoto County school district has restored three historic schools with public access: the Family Service Center, built as West Elementary School in 1925; the Family Service Center Annex constructed in 1906 as the Arcadia Public School; and the Owens Community Schoolhouse, built in 1916-1918, now used as a conference center, and honored with a Florida Historic Marker. Owens is also the location of a historic cemetery next to Mt. Ephraim Baptist Church. Other historic burial grounds in DeSoto County are Fort Ogden, Hull, Indian Mound (aka Keen Family), Jernigan Family, Joshua Creek, Kabrich Family, King Family, Mount Olive, Oak Hill, Oak Ridge (owned by the city of Arcadia), Owens (aka Mount Ephraim Baptist Church), and the Pine Level Campground„which has a historic marker. A historic marker also identi“es Pine Level United Methodist Church, 9596 N.W. Pine Level St., and on Sept. 29-30, the congregation will celebrate its 150th anniversary. The town of Pine Level was founded in 1866 as the county seat of Manatee (established in 1855) and then DeSoto (formed in 1877). A Florida Historic Marker details the location of the town and courthouse. A monument at the base of the marker commemorates the DeSoto County Historical Societys 2014 application to list the townsite in the National Register of Historic Places. Historic sites abound in Arcadia and DeSoto County„some public, many private„both structures and archaeological sites. National Historic Preservation Month is a great time to discover more about them.HISTORICFROM PAGE 1 Visit the following businesses and shop local for quality service and customer service. Performance AutomotiveTotal Car & Light Truck Service FREE Front-End InspectionWE OFFER 4-WHEEL FRONT-END ALIGNMENT AND WE WON'T STEER YOU WRONG!Complete computer capabilities on all vehicles 505 S. 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Arcadian | Page 24 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 Arcadias historic downtown district survived another snowbird season. But how well its merchants performed depends on whos asked. One had great sales, others closed, and still others are moving around the downtown in the game of musical storefronts. Its the story of enduring inside the box of a rural downtown. But one theme seems to run through the Arcadia district„Mary Margarets Tea & Biscuit is a huge bonus that boosts Arcadias image in Florida and around the world. Which translates like few businesses. While other DeSoto restaurants have loyal patrons and generate a ripple, few crank up the energy and a following like Tea & Biscuit on South Polk Avenue, merchants and city boosters agree. Its common, for example, to see busloads of women in red hats, carloads of church groups or others from Sarasota, Naples or Port Charlotte checking Mary Margarets because theyve heard or read about its throwback atmosphere, cloth linen and yummy meals. They also like being greeted by co-owner Dennis Tyson in his gear of beaver tophat and tails, the diningrooms trilling in chatter, music and clinking tableware, professional servers scooting around with drinks and plated food. Unrushed, the place reminds older diners of what was, young patrons for what should be. Theres a happy vibe under vintage Chicago chandeliers, striped wallpaper and “xtures to complement the menus tasty sandwiches, soups, scones and puddings. And its not unlike a hive, with the bees shooting out before/after meals to pollinate the retail ”owers, said Steve Randall, who co-owns Antiques On Oak, a vintage shop within eyesight of Mary Margarets. The whole downtown is betterŽ because of Mary Margarets, he said. It just radiates outward.Ž Dennis Tyson and his partner Bruce Neveau are classic right place, right-timers. The pair had been in health-care services in east Florida, around two decades ago purchased a “xer-upper in Arcadia. Then they hosted small tea parties for friends and holiday visitors to their 15-room vintage home. It was suggested those yummy treats would “t perfectly on a restaurant menu, Neveau said. I said were too old for that,Ž he said, smiling, because he knows we know how that drama played out in 2009, when Mary Margarets opened and was busy, instantly. Even as visitors and snowbirds vanish till next season, Mary Margarets Tea & Biscuit, which is named after the mens mothers, is readying for lunchtime. Tyson works the front of the house, the welcoming face in 19th century apparel, Neveau in back in white kitchen gear. The pair also cater, the chamber and locals using that service. Aside from a widespread reputation for great food, service and ambience, their work is recognized in strange places, such as novels by Florida writer Randy Wayne White, the “ctional character in Seduced (page 140) in Arcadia for lunch. And theres other recognition outside the store. Dennis, for example, will be stopped away from Arcadia, regulars asking why hes not dressed in the vintage gear. Well travel all over,Ž Tyson said, and [people] will say, look, its the Mary Margarets guys. And that feels great.Ž Other locals appreciate Tyson and Neveau, as well. Out of curiosity, our visitors ask about the Tea Room,Ž said Pam Ames, owner of Peddlers Boutique in the downtown district. We hear it all the time ... its a big draw.Ž marymargaretsteaandbuiscuit.comMary Margarets Tea & Biscuit, new landmark in historic downtownBy CRAIG GARRETTARCADIAN EDITOR ARCADIAN PHOTOS PROVIDEDDennis Tyson (left) and Bruce Neveau opened Mary Margarets Tea & Biscuit in 2009. Their business is credited with bringing patrons to the downtown shopping district. Judith and Steve Randall own Antiques On Oak in Arcadia, insisting Tea & Biscuit brings more revenue to their shop. Mary Margarets Tea & Biscuit opened in September 2009. The owners quickly purchased a neighboring building to expand as sales raced forward. Our nations Watermelon Queen came home Saturday, promoting a fruit so prized that its painted on the walls of King Tuts tomb. Savannah Christensen at the Arcadia Walmart with Florida Watermelon Queen Camri Campbell handed out watermelon slices, posed for photos and pushed the message of buying local produce during her short visit. The pair also appeared later at the Arcadia Elks for a bene“t event. The girls were accompanied on their Arcadia stopover by Debra Tanner Harrison with the DeSoto County Watermelon Association, and Eleanor Bullock, promotions coordinator with the National Watermelon Association out of Lakeland. Savannah is a 2014 DeSoto County High grad and was picked this year as the 2018 National Watermelon Queen at a pageant in Nashville. She will make up to 150 stops in Canada and the U.S., representing the National Watermelon Association, its growers, workforce and the thousands of retail shops selling watermelons. Florida is a top producer, Savannah a former DeSoto and Florida watermelon queen. She is studying nursing at the University of South Florida in Tampa. Savannahs visit, Walmart store manager Jay Kerrick said, is a great way to kick off the watermelon season. Were very excited shes here.ŽNations Watermelon Queen returns home By CRAIG GARRETTARCADIAN EDITOR ARCADIAN PHOTO PROVIDEDFlorida Watermelon Queen Camri Campbell (left) Walmart manager Jay Kerrick, National Watermelon Queen Savannah Christensen and Avery Kaye Tanner at the Arcadia store on Saturday. Avery was a contestant in the Sugar Babe category in this years DeSoto County Watermelon Association Pageant. DeSoto youngsters are in Port Charlotte today, some for the “rst time witnessing a live stage performance. The “eld trip for some 400 fourth-graders is a program with South Florida State College that exposes kids to cultural events such as theater, other experiences outside their world, said Cindy Garren, director of Cultural Programs with the SFSC Performing Arts program. The more things [kids see], whether sports or playing chess or theater, the better. Its how we educate them.Ž DeSoto kids at the Port Charlotte Cultural Center will watch the Atlantic Childrens Theater Companys performance of Florida Treasures,Ž a learning and fun play. Teachers at the show will use study guides as learning tools to help plant what the kids observe and absorb, she said. Its very cool,Ž Garren added. Sponsor of the Young Peoples Theater Series is Duke Energy.DeSoto kids in Port Charlotte for stage performanceBy CRAIG GARRETTARCADIAN EDITOR

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The News Wire Thursday, May 17, 2018 STATE € NATIONAL € WORLD € BUSINESS € WEATHER Deputy at Parkland school gets $8K month pensionThe Florida sheriffs deputy who failed to confront a gunman during a Feb. 14 school massacre is receiving a monthly state pension of $8,702.35. See page 2. NASA TV VIA APIn this frame from NASA TV, NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold, left, and NASA astronaut Drew Feustel work on shuing around a couple of space station pumps at the International Space Station on Wednesday. CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. „ Spacewalking astronauts carried out a high-”ying, high-tech version of musical chairs Wednesday, rearranging pumps outside the International Space Station. Popping out early, NASA astronauts Drew Feustel and Ricky Arnold quickly swapped the positions of two spare ammonia pumps that are part of the space stations critical cooling system. One pump got too cold because of a power shutdown 17 years ago and is called Frosty; ”ight controllers plan to test it in the coming days to see if it still works. The other, a failed unit dubbed Leaky, spewed out ammonia “ve years ago. Frosty took Leakys spot on a robotarm mechanism, while Leaky was moved to a long-term storage platform. Ammonia coolant is toxic, and Mission Control repeatedly warned the spacewalkers to be careful of any leaks. A brand new spare pump arrived at the space station last month. This fresh pump is named Motley since its comprised of a variety of spare parts. Weve been doing a ton of work to play musical chairs with all these (pumps) so we can have good available spares,Ž ”ight controller Alex Apyan said from Houston during the spacewalk. Each 235-pound pump, the size of a ”at box, is about 3 feet by 2.5 feet by 1.5 foot. Feustel and Arnold also installed a new camera and communication device, and even accomplished some extra chores. Nice work,Ž Mission Control said as the 6 1‡2-hour spacewalk came to a close. All right, guys, we are ready for you all to start heading home.Ž The spacewalkers laughed and shared jokes as they ”oated back inside. Anyone home? Trick or treat!Ž one of them jokingly called out. Meanwhile, the stations six-man crew is expecting a delivery. Orbital ATK plans to launch a supply ship Sunday from Wallops Island, Virginia. Weather permitting, the pre-dawn ”ight of the Antares rocket should be visible along the East Coast from New England to South Carolina.Spacewalking astronauts perform pump swap at space stationBy MARCIA DUNNAP AEROSPACE WRITERNEW YORK „ President Donald Trump noted in his “nancial disclosure Wednesday that he fully reimbursedŽ personal attorney Michael Cohen as much as $250,000 for unspeci“ed expenses,Ž with no mention of a $130,000 payment to porn actress Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about a sexual tryst she said they had. The head of the nations ethics of“ce questioned why Trump didnt include this in his previous years disclosure and passed along his concerns to federal prosecutors. I am providing both reports to you because you may “nd the disclosure relevant to any inquiry you may be pursuing,Ž David Apol, acting director of the Of“ce of Government Ethics, wrote to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Apol wrote that he considers Trumps payment to Cohen to be a repayment on a loan and that it was required to be included in Trumps June 2017 disclosure. Ethics experts says that if that payment was knowingly and willfully left out, Trump could be in violation of federal ethics laws. This is a big deal and unprecedented. No President has been previously subject to any referral by (Of“ce of Government Ethics) to DOJ as a result of having failed to report an item on their public “nancial disclosure report,Ž said Virginia Canter, a former ethics of“cial in the Clinton and Obama White Houses who is now with the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington. How Trump dealt with the Daniels payment in his disclosure has been closely watched, particularly after his attorney Rudy Giuliani gave interviews earlier this month saying the president had repaid Cohen, a payment that had not shown up in Trumps report last year. In a footnote in tiny type on Page 45 of his 92-page disclosure, Trump said he reimbursed Cohen for expensesŽ ranging from $100,001 to Trump disclosure of Cohen payment raises new legal questionsBy BERNARD CONDON and TAMI ABDOLLAHASSOCIATED PRESSWASHINGTON „ The House voted Wednesday to give veterans more freedom to see doctors outside the Veterans Affairs health system, a major shift aimed at reducing wait times and improving medical care despite the concerns of some Democrats who cast it as a risky step toward dismantling the struggling agency. The plan seeks to ful“ll President Donald Trumps promise to expand private care to veterans whenever they feel unhappy with VA health care. The long-awaited bill would change how veterans receive their medical treatment by allowing them to go to a private physician when they felt government-run VA medical centers couldnt provide the care they needed, with the approval of a VA health provider. Veterans could access private care when they endured lengthy wait times, or the treatment was not what they had expected. The VA would decide in many cases when a veteran sees an outside doctor, based on conditions it sets that determine what is inadequate care. Lawmakers passed the bill by a 347-70 vote, with the program to be implemented later next year as the VA works to add private doctors to its network of outside referrals. The wide-ranging plan would avert a catastrophic shutdown of the VAs troubled Choice private-sector program, which would receive $5 billion to continue operating for another year before it is made a longer-term “xture at the VA. The program will run out of money as early as May 31, causing disruptions in care. The $51 billion bill has the support of nearly 40 organizations, including The American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars. The program could be expanded based on veterans demand for private services and when VA care House approves plan to increase private-sector care for veteransBy HOPE YENASSOCIATED PRESS PRIVATE | 8 COHEN | 8WASHINGTON „ Something strange is happening with a now-banned chemical that eats away at Earths protective ozone layer: Scientists say theres more of it „ not less „ going into the atmosphere and they dont know where it is coming from. When a hole in the ozone formed over Antarctica, countries around the world in 1987 agreed to phase out several types of ozone-depleting chemicals called chloro”uorocarbons (CFCs). Production was banned, emissions fell and the hole slowly shrank. But starting in 2013, emissions of the second most common kind started rising, according to a study in Wednesdays journal Nature. The chemical, called CFC11, was used for making foam, degreasing stains and for refrigeration. Its the most surprising and unexpected observation Ive made in my 27 yearsŽ of measurements, said study lead author Stephen Montzka, a research chemist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Emissions today are about the same as it was nearly 20 years ago,Ž he said. Countries have reported close to zero production of the chemical since 2006 but the study found about 14,300 tons a year has been released since 2013. Some seeps out of foam and buildings and machines, but scientists say what theyre seeing is much more than that. Measurements from a dozen monitors around the world suggest the emissions are coming from somewhere around China, Mongolia and the Koreas, according to the study. The chemical can be a byproduct in other chemical manufacturing, but it is supposed to be captured and recycled. Either someones making the banned compound or its sloppy byproducts that havent been reported as required, Montzka said. An outside expert, Ross Salawitch, an atmospheric scientist at the University of Maryland, is less diplomatic. He calls it rogue production,Ž adding that if it continues the recovery of the ozone layer would be threatened.Ž Nature removes 2 percent of the CFC11 out of the air each year, so concentrations of the chemical in the atmosphere are still falling, but at a slower rate because of the new emissions, Montzka said. The chemical stays in the air for about 50 years.Emissions of banned ozone-eating chemical somehow are risingBy SETH BORENSTEINAP SCIENCE WRITER NOAA VIA APThis undated photo provided by NOAA in May 2018 shows aurora australis near the South Pole Atmospheric Research Observatory in Antarctica. When a hole in the ozone formed over Antarctica, countries around the world in 1987 agreed to phase out several types of ozone-depleting chemicals called chlorouorocarbons (CFCs). WASHINGTON „ Donald Trump Jr. struck an unapologetic tone during hours of congressional questioning last year, saying he didnt think there was anything wrong with meeting a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower ahead of the 2016 presidential election or that the get-together might have been part of a Russian government effort to aid his father, according to transcripts released Wednesday The presidents eldest son also de”ected multiple questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee, responding to dozens of queries by saying he could not recall. The committee released more than 1,800 pages of transcripts of interviews with Trump Jr. and others who attended a June 9, 2016, meeting at which they expected to receive dirt about Trumps opponent, Democrat Hillary Clinton. Meanwhile, the Senate intelligence committee said it stands behind a 2017 assessment by U.S. intelligence agencies that Russia intervened in the election to hurt Clinton and help Trump. Republican chairman Richard Burr of North Carolina said in a statement that his staff had spent 14 months reviewing the sources, tradecraft and analytic work, and we see no reason to dispute the conclusions.Ž The Judiciary Committee transcripts reveal new details about how the Trump Tower meeting „ central to special counsel Robert Trump Jr: Cant recall discussing Russia probe with fatherBy MARY CLARE JALONICK, ERIC TUCKER and CHAD DAYASSOCIATED PRESSTRUMP | 8 AP FILE PHOTODonald Trump Jr., son of President Donald Trump INSIDE: Trumps Palm Beach County businesses earned $52 million, disclosure report says. € See PAGE 3

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 TODAY / TONIGHTA shower and t-storm around A t-storm early; cloudyHIGH 85 LOW 7060% chance of rain 60% chance of rainA couple of showers and a thunderstorm87 / 6960% chance of rain FRIDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATURECouple of thunderstorms85 / 7165% chance of rain SATURDAYA couple of showers and a thunderstorm82 / 7065% chance of rain SUNDAYA thunderstorm possible in the afternoon88 / 7030% chance of rain TUESDAYMostly cloudy with a shower or t-storm83 / 7155% chance of rain MONDAY 1 3 7 3 2 1 Trees Grass Weeds Moldsabsentlowmoderatehighvery high 050100150200300500 360-50 Good; 51-100 Moderate; 101-150 Unhealthy for sensitive groups; 151-200 Unhealthy; 201-300 Very Unhealthy; 301-500 HazardousSource : scgov.net 8 a.m. 10 a.m. Noon 2 p.m. 4 p.m. 6 p.m.The higher the AccuWeather.com UV Index’ number, the greater the need for eye and skin protection. 0-2 Low; 3-5 Moderate; 6-7 High; 8-10 Very High; 11+ Extreme.RealFeel Temperature is the exclusive AccuWeather. com composite of effective temperature based on eight weather factors.UV Index and RealFeel Temperature TodayPrecipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Precipitation (in inches)Temperatures Temperatures TemperaturesSource : National Allergy Bureau CONDITIONS TODAY AIR QUALITY INDEX POLLEN INDEX WEATHER HISTORY WEATHER TRIVIA’ PORT CHARLOTTE SEBRING VENICE778593878882Air Quality Index readings as of WednesdayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Wednesday Sebring through 2 p.m. Wednesday Venice through 2 p.m. Wednesday24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 1.35Ž Month to date 4.10Ž Normal month to date 1.03Ž Year to date 8.42Ž Normal year to date 10.57Ž Record 1.64Ž (2010) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 0.94Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Wed. 0.04Ž Month to date 0.84Ž Normal month to date 0.88Ž Year to date 3.35Ž Normal year to date 11.85Ž Record 1.64Ž (1987) High/Low 86/69 Normal High/Low 90/66 Record High 99 (2017) Record Low 59 (2014) High/Low 85/68 High/Low 82/72 Normal High/Low 86/68 Record High 94 (2003) Record Low 58 (1960)Pollen Index readings as of Wednesday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2018 2017 Avg. Record/Year J an. 1.98 0.88 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.66 0.94 2.52 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.53 0.80 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.15 1.59 2.03 5.80/1994 May 4.10 2.74 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.79 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 9.02 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 13.12 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 12.46 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 2.54 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.44 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 1.04 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 8.42 60.36 50.74 (since 1931) T otals are from a 24-hour period ending at 5 p.m. City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W FLORIDA CITIES Today Fri.Apalachicola 86 76 t 87 73 t Bradenton 82 72 t 84 72 t Clearwater 82 73 t 85 72 t Coral Springs 84 74 t 84 75 t Daytona Beach 82 67 t 81 67 t Fort Lauderdale 83 75 t 83 75 t Fort Myers 83 71 t 85 70 t Gainesville 83 69 t 84 69 t Jacksonville 84 69 t 83 69 t Key Largo 83 76 t 83 76 t Key West 83 76 c 84 76 pc Lakeland 81 69 t 84 69 t Melbourne 84 71 t 82 73 t Miami 83 72 t 83 72 t Naples 84 71 t 84 70 t Ocala 82 67 t 83 68 t Okeechobee 82 69 t 82 68 t Orlando 81 70 t 83 69 t Panama City 85 73 pc 85 71 pc Pensacola 88 73 pc 90 75 t Pompano Beach 83 75 t 83 75 t St. Augustine 82 67 t 81 70 t St. Petersburg 84 74 t 85 73 t Sarasota 82 69 t 83 70 t Tallahassee 85 69 t 85 68 t Tampa 84 73 t 85 72 t Vero Beach 83 68 t 83 68 t West Palm Beach 82 71 t 81 73 t Punta Gorda Englewood Boca Grande El Jobean Venice High Low High Low Cape Sable to Tarpon Springs Tarpon Springs to Apalachicola Wind Speed Seas Bay/Inland direction in knots in feet chop TIDES MARINEPossible weather-related delays today. Check with your airline for the most updated schedules. Hi/Lo Outlook Delays AIRPORTToday 6:29a 10:15a 4:16p --Fri. 7:44a 12:41a 4:59p 10:40a Today 5:06a 8:31a 2:53p 10:57p Fri. 6:21a 8:56a 3:36p 11:54p Today 4:28a 7:14a 1:27p 9:46p Fri. 2:06p 10:41p ----Today 7:01a 12:17a 4:48p 10:44a Fri. 8:16a 1:10a 5:31p 11:09a Today 3:21a 7:10a 1:08p 9:36p Fri. 4:36a 7:35a 1:51p 10:33p SSE 6-12 1-2 Light SSW 8-16 1-3 LightFt. Myers 83/71 storms all day Punta Gorda 85/69 storms all day Sarasota 82/69 storms all day The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2018First May 21 Full May 29 Last Jun 6 New Jun 13 Today 8:44 a.m. 10:43 p.m. Friday 9:43 a.m. 11:44 p.m. Today 6:40 a.m. 8:10 p.m. Friday 6:39 a.m. 8:11 p.m. Today 8:04a 1:48a 8:34p 2:19p Fri. 9:10a 2:55a 9:41p 3:25p Sat. 10:18a 4:02a 10:48p 4:33p Monterrey 97/68 Chihuahua 100/63 Los Angeles 71/57 Washington 71/61 New York 70/58 Miami 83/72 Atlanta 81/67 Detroit 78/53 Houston 96/69 Kansas City 84/61 Chicago 78/55 Minneapolis 85/62 El Paso 98/66 Denver 82/50 Billings 77/48 San Francisco 65/55 Seattle 69/52 Toronto 68/49 Montreal 66/42 Winnipeg 66/45 Ottawa 65/37 WORLD CITIESCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo WCity Hi Lo W Hi Lo WWeather (W): s -sunny, pc -partly cloudy, c -cloudy, sh -showers, t -thunderstorms, r -rain, sf -snow flurries, sn -snow, i -ice. THE NATION Cold Warm Stationary Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow IceShown are noon positions of weather systems and precipitation. Temperature bands are highs for the day. Fronts Precipitation -10s-0s0s10s20s30s40s50s60s70s80s90s100s110sU.S. ExtremesPublication date: 05/17/18 Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri. Today Fri.Albuquerque 89 54 s 83 53 s Anchorage 51 44 sh 55 44 pc Atlanta 81 67 t 82 68 t Baltimore 68 60 t 65 55 r Billings 77 48 pc 54 41 sh Birmingham 83 64 c 87 68 t Boise 74 53 sh 75 50 pc Boston 72 55 pc 56 50 pc Buffalo 77 50 pc 68 56 pc Burlington, VT 70 44 s 68 49 s Charleston, WV 76 60 t 79 61 sh Charlotte 77 67 r 80 66 t Chicago 78 55 pc 76 56 s Cincinnati 74 61 t 72 62 sh Cleveland 74 56 pc 69 57 r Columbia, SC 81 69 t 83 68 t Columbus, OH 77 60 t 72 61 c Concord, NH 80 47 pc 64 42 pc Dallas 94 75 s 94 73 s Denver 82 50 t 72 45 t Des Moines 85 59 pc 84 61 pc Detroit 78 53 pc 70 55 pc Duluth 53 41 pc 70 54 pc Fairbanks 61 42 c 67 47 pc Fargo 83 60 t 73 43 t Hartford 78 52 pc 62 48 c Helena 66 45 sh 52 43 sh Honolulu 86 74 pc 86 74 s Houston 96 69 s 95 71 s Indianapolis 79 59 c 70 59 c Jackson, MS 90 65 t 91 67 c Kansas City 84 61 pc 85 63 pc Knoxville 81 64 t 83 63 t Las Vegas 87 66 s 89 71 s Los Angeles 71 57 s 69 58 pc Louisville 78 66 t 78 66 sh Memphis 88 66 sh 89 68 pc Milwaukee 67 50 pc 67 51 s Minneapolis 85 62 pc 83 65 pc Montgomery 87 65 t 89 67 t Nashville 80 64 t 84 64 t New Orleans 93 71 s 94 72 pc New York City 70 58 sh 62 52 r Norfolk, VA 81 69 t 81 68 t Oklahoma City 85 66 pc 89 70 pc Omaha 86 60 s 85 60 pc Philadelphia 68 59 r 62 54 r Phoenix 97 69 s 94 70 s Pittsburgh 75 57 t 68 55 r Portland, ME 72 47 s 60 44 s Portland, OR 72 50 c 74 52 pc Providence 73 52 sh 59 49 c Raleigh 80 68 t 79 65 t Salt Lake City 79 53 pc 71 53 t St. Louis 84 64 pc 82 61 pc San Antonio 97 71 s 96 72 s San Diego 66 59 pc 66 60 pc San Francisco 65 55 pc 66 54 pc Seattle 69 52 c 69 54 pc Washington, DC 71 61 t 68 61 r Amsterdam 58 46 s 59 47 s Baghdad 95 70 s 98 72 s Beijing 75 61 sh 83 59 pc Berlin 75 51 t 73 49 pc Buenos Aires 57 45 r 61 45 sh Cairo 94 71 s 99 73 s Calgary 52 39 sh 60 39 c Cancun 86 73 sh 85 74 t Dublin 56 42 pc 61 46 pc Edmonton 65 38 c 69 41 pc Halifax 62 42 c 58 42 pc Kiev 77 53 pc 74 54 t London 63 42 s 65 46 s Madrid 78 55 pc 75 55 pc Mexico City 82 57 pc 82 56 pc Montreal 66 42 pc 64 43 pc Ottawa 65 37 c 65 42 pc Paris 66 44 pc 64 45 s Regina 66 39 pc 61 35 c Rio de Janeiro 83 72 pc 84 73 s Rome 70 55 pc 74 57 pc St. Johns 54 32 pc 49 29 pc San Juan 84 74 pc 84 75 pc Sydney 68 50 s 67 53 s Tokyo 80 67 c 80 67 pc Toronto 68 49 c 63 48 pc Vancouver 66 52 pc 67 51 pc Winnipeg 66 45 c 52 35 rHigh ..................... 94 at Needles, CALow .................. 20 at Angel Fire, NM(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)76When ” oods surged in Maine on May 17, 1814, many stored logs lumbered downstream with nothing to block them. Q: Baseball, golf ball, dime and pea are types of what?A: Different sizes of hailstones Port Charlotte Tampa Bradenton Englewood Fort Myers Myakka City Punta Gorda Lehigh Acres Hull Arcadia Bartow Winter Haven Plant City Brandon St. Petersburg Wauchula Sebring Lake Wales Frostproof La Belle Felda Lake Placid Brighton Venus Longboat Key Placida Osprey Limestone Apollo Beach Venice Ft. Meade Sarasota Clearwater Boca Grande Cape Coral Sanibel Bonita Springs Shown is todays weather. Temperatures are todays highs and tonights lows. North Port 85/70 83/69 84/70 84/70 84/69 82/70 83/69 82/68 83/69 84/73 82/72 81/73 83/71 83/71 84/70 85/69 84/70 85/69 85/70 82/69 83/69 83/69 83/70 84/74 83/69 81/73 83/72 82/71 86/70 82/71 82/71 82/68 82/69 82/73 81/73 83/71 83/71 84/70 Deputy who failed to confront Parkland school shooter getting $8,702 per month pensionFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) „ A Florida sheriffs deputy who failed to confront a gunman during a Feb. 14 school massacre is receiving a monthly state pension of $8,702.35. The SunSentinel reports 55-yearold Scot Peterson, who resigned and retired after the shootings, began receiving payments in April. Surveillance video showed Peterson outside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School as the gunman killed 17 people inside with an AR-15 assault-style ri”e. Broward Sheriff Scott Israel said Peterson should have gone inside. Pension payments are based on the 32 years he worked and the average of his “ve highest-paid “scal years.Man charged with phoning bomb threat to mosqueFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) „ A Florida man is facing federal charges that he phoned bomb threat messages into a mosque. Miami federal prosecutors said in a news release Wednesday that 26-year-old Dustin Allen Hughes faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of making the telephone threats. Authorities say several voice mail messages were left earlier this month at the Jamaet Ul Muttaqueen Mosque of Pembroke Pines. Authorities say no bomb was found. Prosecutors say Hughes confessed after his arrest to leaving the messages because he wanted to upset and frighten Muslims.Exploding vape pen killed manST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) „ An exploding vape pen hurled fragments into a Florida mans head, killing him and starting a “re that burned most of his body, an autopsy report said. The Pinellas-Pasco Medical Examiners autopsy report released Tuesday con“rms the vape pen was responsible for the May 5 death of Tallmadge DElia, 38, in St. Petersburg. Fire“ghters found DElia inside his burning home, the Tampa Bay Times reported. Of“cials found extensiveŽ “re damage in DElias bedroom, where his body was found, but minimal smoke, the report said. The explosion sent two pieces of the vape pen into the DElias cranium, the autopsy found. The report listed the cause of death as projectile wound of the head.Ž He also suffered burns on about 80 percent of his body. The vape was manufactured by the Philippines-based Smok-E Mountain. A company representative told WFTS news that their devices do not explode. The representative said it was likely an atomizer „ the part a person inserts into their mouth „ or a battery. Florida officers fatally shoot man after road rage incidentLAKE MARY, Fla. (AP) „ Police of“cers in Florida fatally shot a man who they said pulled a gun on them after a nearby act of road rage Tuesday night in Lake Mary. Seminole County Sheriffs spokeswoman Kim Cannaday says a woman called 911 to report a man in a SUV who was involved in a road rage incident. Cannaday says three Lake Mary police of“cers spotted the man in a shopping center parking lot. She says he ignored their orders, got into his vehicle and pulled out a gun. The man was identi“ed as David Romansky.School investigates report that teacher drowned raccoonsOCALA, Fla. (AP) „ An agriculture teacher at a Florida high school has been removed from the classroom as school of“cials investigate whether he drowned raccoons in front of students. The Ocala Star Banner reports that Forest High School teacher Dewie Brewton was placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation into whether he drowned nuisance animalsŽ in class. A school district spokesman says the district had received statements from witnesses that animals were drowned in front of students because the animals were a nuisance to the agriculture program at the school.Prosecutor will no longer request bail for small crimesORLANDO, Fla. (AP) „ A Florida prosecutor who got into a “ght with Floridas governor for refusing to seek the death penalty says her of“ce will no longer request a monetary bail bond for defendants accused of low-level crimes. State Attorney Aramis Ayala said Wednesday that prosecutors in her Orlando-area jurisdiction will recommend that defendants be released on their own recognizance for crimes involving possession of small amounts of cannabis, driving without a license, panhandling, disorderly conduct or loitering. Ayala said in a statement that the current system discriminates against defendants who are unable to pay for bail and are often required to stay in jail until their trial dates. Last year, Ayala said she wouldnt seek the death penalty, triggering a “ght with Gov. Rick Scott who took away more than two-dozen cases from her of“ce.Amazon to give Prime members extra discounts at Whole FoodsNEW YORK (AP) „ Its Prime time at Whole Foods: Amazon said it will give its Prime members extra discounts at the grocery chain. The new bene“ts started Wednesday at Whole Foods stores in Florida and will expand nationwide this summer. Prime members get an additional 10 percent off sale items and exclusive deals on certain items. This week in Florida, for example, Prime members can get $2 off a pound of organic strawberries or save $10 a pound on wild halibut steaks. In bringing Prime to Whole Foods, Amazon is trying to give members another reason to stay on as subscribers „ even as it raises the price „ and try to lure those who arent to join. Amazon said last month that it had more than 100 million paid Prime members worldwide, before it announced it would increase the price to $119 a year from $99. Amazon said Wednesday that shoppers could scan the Whole Foods app at the register or give the cashier their phone number to show that theyre Prime members. STATE NEWS BRIEFSTALLAHASSEE „ Local of“cials across Florida shouldnt rely on the federal government to be on the ground everywhere a day or days after the next natural disaster, the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency said Wednesday during the annual Governors Conference on Hurricanes. FEMA Administrator Brock Long bluntly stressed that his agency and others that offer disaster assistance have been stretched thin after a series of 2017 storms and wild“res, as well as the ongoing volcanic eruption in Hawaii, so local of“cials should have their own plans to provide water and other essential services for the “rst few days following a disaster. If you dont have the ability to do things such as provide your own food and water and your own commodities to your citizens for the “rst 48 to 72 hours, and Im asking you to consider pre-event management concepts, Im questioning whether or not youre an EMAP (Emergency Management Accreditation Program) accredited emergency management agency,Ž Long said while appearing at the week-long training event at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach. If youre waiting on FEMA to run your commodities, thats not the solution,Ž Long added. I cant guarantee that we can be right on time to back“ll everything you need.Ž With the start of the sixmonth hurricane season two weeks away, Long said FEMA isnt going to back awayŽ when disasters strike. But he said local and state capabilities need to be strengthened, such as signing deals with private water bottlers and debris haulers and hardening local communications systems. Long said hes also trying to revamp FEMAs business model, as he estimated the agency spent about $300 million a day responding to disasters in 2017, with hotel bills at $3.5 million a day for displaced residents due to hurricanes Irma in Florida, Maria in Puerto Rico and Harvey in Texas, as well as ”oods, tornadoes and “res. The bottom line is that my operational capacity internally does not grow with the number of events that we have,Ž Long said. Longs comment came after Rep. Jeanette Nunez, a Miami Republican who oversaw the state Houses response to Hurricane Irma, encouraged emergency managers to keep pushing for storm hardening projects. She noted many storm-related proposals failed to advance during this years legislative session when lawmakers redirected $400 million to respond to the February massacre at Parklands Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Lawmakers approved storm-related money for such things as farm repairs, affordable housing in Monroe County and to help students displaced from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Still, many of the measures crafted in response to hurricanes Irma and Maria failed to win support. They included strengthening the electric grid, creating a strategic fuel-reserve task force, requiring the Division of Emergency Management to use certi“ed sign-language interpreters during emergency broadcasts and using railtank cars to bring fuel into evacuation areas to avoid a repeat of runs on gas stations. Meanwhile, Gov. Rick Scott told people attending the conference to prayŽ Florida wont be impacted by hurricanes for the third consecutive year. Hopefully we wont have any hurricanes. It would be nice not to have, in my eighth year, any hurricanes,Ž Scott said.FEMA chief preaches local preparedness for disastersBy JIM TURNERNEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA

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The Sun /Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 3 SEATTLE „ Billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates saw an opportunity with a new federal education law that has widespread repercussions for American classrooms. His nonpro“t Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given about $44 million to outside groups over the past two years to help shape new state education plans required under the 2015 law, according to an Associated Press analysis of its grants. The spending paid for research aligned with Gates interests, led to friendly media coverage and had a role in helping write one states new education system framework. The grants illustrate how strategic and immersive the Microsoft founder can be in pursuit of his education reform agenda, quietly wielding national in”uence over how schools operate. Gates carefully curated web of in”uence is often invisible but allows his foundation to drive the conversation in support of its vision on how to reshape Americas struggling school systems. Critics call it meddling by a foundation with vast wealth and resources. The Gates Foundation says its simply helping states navigate a tectonicŽ shift in responsibility for education „ from the federal government to more local control. For 50 states with varying sets of capacities and capabilities and readiness, it was both an opportunity and also a concern that states and partners in those states needed support,Ž said Allan Golston, president of the Gates Foundations U.S. work. The Gates Foundation spent about $44 million focused on the 2015 federal education law called the Every Student Succeeds Act. The law gives states ”exibility to create their own education system framework de“ning what a good schoolŽ is „ and in turn states get federal dollars for complying with their own rules. The law requires academic standards, which means that the backbone for most state education systems is Common Core „ a symbol for many critics during the Obama years of federal overreach in schools. Gates was in”uential in supporting the Common Core academic standards, and now is doing the same as states sort out the best ways to implement their education policies under the 2015 law. And that is how the worlds largest philanthropy works: funding everything from policy work on the ground to broader research and analysis, as well as national advocacy groups, community leaders and media coverage both mainstream and niche. In Tennessee, a Gatesfunded advocacy group had a say in the states new education plan, with its leader sitting on an important advising committee. A media outlet given money by Gates to cover the new law then published a story about research funded by Gates. And many Gates-funded groups have become the de facto experts who lead the conversation in local communities. Gates also dedicated millions of dollars to protect Common Core as the new law unfolded. Some Common Core and Gates critics said they werent aware of the foundations interest in the education law or the millions of dollars it has continued to pour into supporting the standards. Theyre doing it in a quiet way because they dont want the general public to know theyre still meddling in education policy,Ž said Carol Burris of the Network for Public Education.Police: Suspect used alligator to threaten kidnapped manBRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) „ Connecticut police say a man who placed a 3-foot alligator on top of a man in an extortion attempt has been arrested. The Connecticut Post reports that 30-year-old Isaias Garcia, of Garland, Texas, was held on $250,000 bail after pleading not guilty Tuesday to charges including kidnapping and threatening. Authorities say a 21-year-old man called his aunt April 6 to say he had been kidnapped and his abductor was demanding $800. The aunt contacted police who told her to demand proof her nephew was OK. Police say she received a photograph of her nephew face down in a bathtub, the open-mouthed alligator on top of him.Bear killed confirmed to be responsible for Colorado attackGRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) „ Wildlife of“cials say a bear killed by of“cers is the one that attacked a 5-year-old girl outside her home in western Colorado. In a statement Wednesday, Colorado Parks and Wildlife said DNA evidence con“rmed the 2-year-old male bear was the animal responsible. The girls mother said she was attacked after she went outside to check on sounds she thought were coming from her dog outside at around 2:30 a.m. Sunday. The mother screamed at the bear, which dropped the girl and left. Wildlife of“cers monitoring a bear trap shot the animal within about a half-mile of the girls home that night. They say the bear came within a few feet of their vehicle, looking into an open window. The girl is expected to make a full recovery.Building explosion investigated as intentionalLOS ANGELES (AP) „ An explosive package targeted an of“ce in a Southern California medical building, causing a blast that left a woman dead and three other people injured, two of“cials told The Associated Press on Wednesday. The explosion happened around 1 p.m. Tuesday in Aliso Viejo. The blast blew siding off the walls, exposing insulation and framing and shattering windows at the two-story building that houses medical of“ces. Of“cials said the explosion appeared to be an intentional act caused by a package that speci“cally targeted the of“ce where the blast occurred. A woman was killed and three other people were injured in the explosion. One of the of“cials said one of those people was believed to be the target.Judge: Murder defendant gave jurors names in jailhouse callWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) „ A Florida judge delivered what he called a bombshellŽ after a jury convicted a man of murder. He said the defendant had called his brother from jail and given him the names of the six jurors and two prosecutors. The SunSentinel reports defendant Tavaress Alexander Wilson told his brother in the call: the jurors need to pray on it.Ž Wilsons lawyers said it was done for religious reasons. Palm Beach County Circuit Judge Jeffrey Colbath told jurors Tuesday that while its unsettling,Ž theres no reason for them to be scared. Wison faces up to life in prison. He will be sentenced later.Romaine lettuce outbreak: 172 sick in 32 statesPHOENIX (AP) „ Health of“cials say nearly two dozen more cases of a food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona have been reported. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that the total number of people sickened by a strain of E. coli is now 172 across 32 states. The agency says the romaine was grown in Yuma, Arizona and was last harvested April 16. So, it should no longer be in stores and restaurants because of its three-week shelf life.Paris train hero runs for county commissionerROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) „ One of the men who thwarted a terrorist attack on a Paris-bound train is running for a county commissioner seat in western Oregon. The News-Review reports 25-yearold Alek Skarlatos announced his candidacy Tuesday to become a Douglas County commissioner. The former Oregon National Guardsman from the small city of Roseburg and two friends „ Anthony Sadler and Spencer Stone „ were traveling in Europe in August 2015 when they incapacitated a heavily armed gunman. Skarlatos says he wants to bring more jobs to the rural county if elected.Appeals court refuses to toss Planned Parenthood video suitSAN FRANCISCO (AP) „ A U.S. appeals court has refused to dismiss a lawsuit by Planned Parenthood over videos that a group says show employees of the organization illegally selling parts of aborted fetuses. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals Wednesday upheld a lower courts ruling that allowed racketeering and other claims by Planned Parenthood against the Center for Medical Progress to proceed. Planned Parenthood says the center surreptitiously accessed its conferences to gain meetings with its staff and create deceptively edited and false videos that were posted online.Police: Mom stabbed daughter up to 70 timesTULSA, Okla. (AP) „ A Tulsa mother stabbed her eldest daughter 50 to 70 times, struck her head with a pickaxe then set their home on “re, before ”eeing the scene with the youngest of her three daughters, according to police. Taheerah Ahmad, 39, was arrested in downtown Tulsa Tuesday afternoon. Authorities accuse her of attacking her 11-year-old daughter Monday night and ”eeing with her 8-year-old daughter. The younger daughter, who authorities initially said was 7, was found safe with her mother. Ahmad was being held Wednesday on complaints of arson, child abuse and assault and battery with the intent to kill. The 11-year-old girl remained in critical condition.Bill Gates gives $44M to influence state education plansBy SALLY HOASSOCIATED PRESS AP FILE PHOTOIn this Feb. 1 photo, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and his wife Melinda take part in an interview in Kirkland, Washington. Gates nonprot Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given about $44 million to outside groups over the past two years to help shape new state education plans required under the 2015 law, according to an Associated Press 2018 analysis of its grants. DIXON, Ill. (AP) „ A police of“cer at a northern Illinois high school was hailed as a hero Wednesday for shooting and arresting a former student who “red on him in a hallway while staff and seniors were meeting for a graduation rehearsal. The 19-year-old former Dixon High School student suffered wounds that werent life threatening, according to police, who didnt release his name. The school resource of“cer, Mark Dallas, took the gunman into custody after shooting him. The shooting happened shortly after 8 a.m. while staff and students were gathered for a graduation rehearsal. Police Chief Steven Howell, Jr., told reporters that the of“cer called to report that hed spotted an armed male at the school. He said the of“cer confronted the former student near the schools west gym and, as he ran after him, the suspect “red several shots at the of“cer. Howell said the of“cer returned “re, shot the suspect and took him into custody. Neither the of“cer nor anyone else at the school was injured. Police said they believe the gunman acted alone and that there was no further threat to anyone in the area. Howell declined to discuss why the former student brought a gun to the school. When police searched the school they found that the faculty and students had barricaded themselves inside by blocking the classroom doorways with desks, chairs and other furniture „ just as they had been trained to do. DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (AP) „ Two cousins accused of killing together could “nd themselves pitted against one another in court after one took a plea deal Wednesday and the other rejected one in the gruesome deaths of four young men found buried last summer on a suburban Philadelphia farm. Prosecutors vowed to seek the death penalty against Sean Kratz after the 21-year-old stunned prosecutors, victims families and even his own lawyer in turning down an offer that would have put him in prison for at least 59 years. Cosmo DiNardo, 21, the cousin who earlier in the day pleaded guilty to four counts of murder in exchange for a life sentence, could be forced to testify at Kratzs trial, District Attorney Matthew Weintraub said. DiNardos plea was all but certain after he confessed last summer and agreed to help authorities “nd the body of 19-yearold Jimi Taro Patrick in exchange for avoiding the death penalty. Authorities saw DiNardo, a mentally disturbed son of privilege, as the mastermind of the plot that involved luring the men to his familys farm, ambushing and killing them, burning their bodies and crushing one with a backhoe before burying them.Officer shoots armed former student at Illinois high school Man pleads guilty to killing 4; cousin rejects plea deal NEWS FROM AROUND THE NATION WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. „ The Winter White House is pretty green for President Donald Trump. Mar-a-Lago, along with Trumps two golf clubs in Palm Beach County earned income of $52.2 million in 2017, according to the presidents “nancial disclosure report released Wednesday. Mar-a-Lago, the presidents private club in Palm Beach, was the biggest earner, bringing in $25.1 million. Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter reported income of $14.2 million. Trump International Golf Club in suburban West Palm Beach, the presidents preferred course when visiting Mar-a-Lago, reported income of $12.8 million. Two other local Trump businesses, TW Venture I LLC and TNGC Jupiter Management LLC, brought in another $436,267. TW Venture I provides transportation services,Ž according to the disclosure. TNGC „ Trump National Golf Course „ Jupiter Management, provides management services. Another Trump business, Trump National Doral a golf resort in Miami-Dade County „ far exceeded the Palm Beach County properties combined with an income of $74.7 million. The “gures are part of the 92-page report that covers the presidents “nances during 2017. How his 2017 income compares to prior years isnt known. Prior years reports, when Trump was a candidate, cover 16-month periods. For the 16-month period between January 2016 and April 2017, for example, Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter reported $20.1 million in income and Trump International Golf Club in suburban West Palm Beach listed income of $18.4 million. Mar-a-Lago reported $37.2 million in income for the same period. Over a similar 16-month period for the prior year, (January 2015 to April 2016) the club dubbed the Winter White House at the start of Trumps presidency only brought in $29.7 million. Although the reports cover different lengths of time, the pace of the 2017 earnings at Mar-a-Lago are more than $2.5 million less than those of 2016. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) „ U.S. prosecutors “led a criminal charge Wednesday against the CEO of Bumble Bee Foods as part of an ongoing investigation into price “xing in the packaged seafood industry. A grand jury in San Francisco indicted Christopher Lischewski on one count of price “xing, alleging that from November 2010 to December 2013 he conspired with others in the industry to eliminate competition by setting prices for canned tuna. Three other people, including a former StarKist tuna company executive, have previously been charged. Stephen Hodge, a former senior vice president for sales at StarKist, pleaded guilty last year to price-“xing American consumers deserve free enterprise, not “xed prices, so the department will not tolerate crimes like the one charged in todays indictment,Ž Assistant Attorney General Makan Delrahim said in a statement announcing Lischewskis indictment. Lischewskis attorney, John Keker, said his client has lived a hardworking and ethical life and is innocent. The U.S. government began investigating price “xing of canned tuna between StarKist, Bumble Bee Foods and Chicken of the Sea more than two years ago. Two other executives at Bumble Bee have pleaded guilty in the price-“xing scheme, and Bumble Bee Foods last year agreed to pay a $25 million “ne after pleading guilty.Trumps Palm Beach businesses earned $52MBumble Bee CEO indicted on charge he fixed canned tuna priceTHE PALM BEACH POST 2 0 1 8 0 5 1 7 w i r e 0 3 p d f 1 1 7 M a y 1 8 0 1 : 4 2 : 0 7

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BAC BkofAm 31.06 -.16 BMO BkMont g 79.19 +.59 BK BkNYMel 57.06 +.17Tkr Name Last Chg Money & Markets 2,500 2,600 2,700 2,800 2,900 NM DJFMA 2,560 2,660 2,760 S&P 500Close: 2,722.46 Change: 11.01 (0.4%) 10 DAYS 6,600 6,900 7,200 7,500 7,800 NM DJFMA 6,960 7,220 7,480 Nasdaq compositeClose: 7,398.29 Change: 46.67 (0.6%) 10 DAYSAdvanced 1865 Declined 989 New Highs 127 New Lows 51 Vol. (in mil.) 3,173 Pvs. Volume 3,258 2,061 2,087 1880 954 146 65 NYSE NASDDOW 24801.19 24672.79 24768.93 +62.52 +0.25% s s t +0.20% DOW Trans. 10760.70 10610.64 10702.54 +86.87 +0.82% s t s +0.85% DOW Util. 680.65 671.65 674.05 -6.12 -0.90% t t s -6.82% NYSE Comp. 12764.55 12706.74 12743.79 +39.16 +0.31% s s t -0.51% NASDAQ 7413.32 7356.16 7398.29 +46.67 +0.63% s s s +7.17% S&P 500 2727.76 2712.17 2722.46 +11.01 +0.41% s s s +1.83% S&P 400 1949.96 1932.00 1943.81 +13.14 +0.68% s s s +2.28% Russell 2000 1620.64 1601.03 1616.37 +16.03 +1.00% s s s +5.27% Toronto TSX 16120.28 16067.22 16108.06 +10.25 +0.06% s s s -0.62%HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG %CHG WK MO QTR YTD Stocks Recap Combined StocksFrom the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq. Interest ratesThe yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose to 3.10 percent on Wednesday. Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES LAST PVS CHG AGO 4.75 4.25 4.00 1.63 1.13 .88 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill 1.90 1.90 ... .89 6-month T-bill 2.07 2.08 -0.01 1.03 52-wk T-bill 2.27 2.27 ... 1.10 2-year T-note 2.59 2.58 +0.01 1.30 5-year T-note 2.94 2.92 +0.02 1.86 7-year T-note 3.07 3.04 +0.03 2.13 10-year T-note 3.10 3.07 +0.03 2.33 30-year T-bond 3.22 3.20 +0.02 2.99 NET 1YR BONDS LAST PVS CHG AGO Barclays Glob Agg Bd 2.04 2.00 +0.04 1.61 Barclays USAggregate 3.41 3.34 +0.07 2.56 Barclays US Corp 4.05 3.98 +0.07 3.25 Barclays US High Yield 6.33 6.26 +0.07 5.59 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 4.07 3.99 +0.08 3.87 10-Yr. TIPS .92 0.90 +0.02 .50Commodities U.S. crude oil prices rose 0.3 percent, and natural gas prices fell less than 1 percent. Gold was mostly unchanged and silver prices rose 0.6 percent.Crude Oil (bbl) 71.49 71.31 +0.25 +18.3 Ethanol (gal) 1.47 1.49 -1.34 +10.7 Heating Oil (gal) 2.27 2.25 +0.90 +9.3 Natural Gas (mm btu) 2.82 2.84 -0.74 -4.7 Unleaded Gas (gal) 2.25 2.20 +2.05 +25.1 FUELS CLOSEPVS %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1290.20 1288.90 +0.10 -1.2 Silver (oz) 16.30 16.19 +0.64 -4.5 Platinum (oz) 889.80 897.20 -0.82 -4.8 Copper (lb) 3.06 3.04 +0.53 -6.7 Palladium (oz) 984.70 985.40 -0.07 -8.3 METALS CLOSEPVS %CHG %YTD Cattle (lb) 1.02 1.03 -1.12 -17.2 Coffee (lb) 1.13 1.13 +0.31 -10.3 Corn (bu) 3.99 4.02 -0.75 +13.8 Cotton (lb) 0.84 0.84 +0.70 +7.3 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 629.00 613.70 +1.63 +40.4 Orang e Juice (lb) 1.70 1.70 +0.09 +25.0 Soybeans (bu) 10.00 10.19 -1.87 +5.0 Wheat ( bu ) 4.94 4.93 +0.15 +15.8 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS %CHG%YTD USD per British Pound1.3485 -.0022 -.16% 1.2922 Canadian Dollar 1.2789 -.0079 -.62% 1.3582 USD per Euro 1.1802 -.0045 -.38% 1.1095 Japanese Yen 110.25 -.13 -.12% 113.03 Mexican Peso 19.6117 -.1044 -.53% 18.6249 1YR MAJORS LAST CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.5880 +.0003 +.11% 3.5970 Norwegian Krone 8.0837 +.0004 +.32% 8.4618 South African Rand 12.4363 +.0009 +1.12% 13.0627 Swedish K rona 8.7055 -.0004 -.35% 8.7793 Swiss Franc 1.0013 +.0009 +.09% .9849 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3304 -.0081 -.61% 1.3461 Chinese Yuan 6.3757 -.0012 -.02% 6.8897 Hong Kong Dollar 7.8505 +.0006 +.01% 7.7883 Indian Rupee 67.659 -.554 -.82% 63.944 Singapore Dollar 1.3401 -.0055 -.41% 1.3947 South Korean Won 1077.88 -4.25 -.39% 1115.10 Taiwan Dollar 29.85 -.10 -.34% 30.09 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar rose against the British pound and euro but fell against the Japanese yen. 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Source :Morningstar and the Associated Press.DOW 24,768.93 +62.52 NASDAQ 7,398.29 +46.67 S&P 500 2,722.46 +11.01 10-YR T-NOTE 3.10% +.03 30-YR T-BOND 3.22% +.02 CRUDE OIL $71.49 +.18 GOLD $1,290.20 +1.30 EURO $1.1802 -.0045p p p p p p p p p p p p p p q q STOCKS LISTING CHANGE REQUESTS WELCOME!Mutual funds listings will run on Saturdays. The Sun Newspaper is tweaking the way stocks are listed in the daily paper. We will continue to run a wide range of stocks, but were trying to eliminate stocks our readers dont want. If you do not see your stock in the paper, please let us know and we will put it in the listings. Email the name of the company and the symbol to nlane@sun-herald.com, or call 941-206-1138. You can leave the stock name and symbol on voice mail. If you reach voice mail, please leave your contact information so your call can be returned.

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The Sun /Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 5 MARMADUKE By Brad Anderson Cryptoquip 2011 by King Features Syndicate Challenger Yesterdays Challenger Answers DEAR DR. ROACH: My sister was diagnosed with Huntington's disease. What are the symptoms she might be experiencing? „ R.G. ANSWER: I am very sorry to hear about your sister. Huntington's disease is a terrible disease with no cure. Huntington's disease is an inherited condition causing progressive loss of neurological function. It is caused by an abnormality in the huntingtin gene called "CAG repeats": the more repeats, the earlier symptoms tend to occur. This leads to an abnormality of a protein called huntingtin, which is especially present in some parts of the brain. It is a rare disorder, seen in only about 3 people per 100,000 worldwide. Symptoms can start anytime from childhood to a person's 70s, but onset is most common in middle age. There are three types of symptoms: neurological, psychiatric and dementia. Neurological symptoms include a type of abnormal movement called "chorea." These are involuntary rapid movements, usually of the face, trunk or limbs. People with HD occasionally are unaware of them and may (or may not) notice changes in their walking. There are subtle signs that a trained neurologist can nd on physical exam. There are new treatments (tetrabenazine and deutetrabenazine) available for the abnormal movements. Psychiatric symptoms happen in roughly half of people with HD. Depression and irritability can aect people's social lives years before any motor symptoms become apparent. Suicide is a signicant risk, at the time of diagnosis or as the disease progresses. Dementia is universal in people with advanced HD. However, the decline in function may occur early or late in the course of the disease. I don't know where your sister is in the course of her disease. Early on, people generally are able to continue with their lives, as HD is a slowly progressive disease. Most people live 10-20 years after diagnosis, some much longer. As the disease progresses, though, people slowly lose the ability to live without assistance. The last stage of HD may last for years, and most people eventually will require around-the-clock care. The majority of people with HD will have a family history of the disease, but that may not be the case in an adopted child, if the aected parent died before HD became apparent, or in the case of a new genetic mutation. Genetic testing is now 99 percent sensitive and 100 percent specic for HD: All family members (this includes you) should consider having the test and should meet with a genetic counselor prior to proceeding. Testing should not be undertaken lightly for asymptomatic family members. Many people choose not to be tested. There is no approved treatment to cure or slow down the progression of Huntington's disease. Symptoms can be treated with a combination of medication, physical and occupational therapies and home care. It's critical to discuss advance directives when the person with HD has full capability of expressing his or her wishes. A new, promising treatment for HD is in clinical trials. It is called IONIS-HTTRx, and it has been shown to reduce huntingtin protein in the brain uid. Hopefully it will be shown to aect the course of the disease. There are several places for information and support groups. One is Huntington's Disease Society of America (www.hdsa.org); another is Huntington Society of Canada (www.huntingtonsociety.ca). DEAR ABBY: I am a working mother of three who may be battling postpartum depression. I feel like I am parenting alone. I get the kids out of the house by myself in the morning before my husband even drags himself out of bed. I drop the kids o. I go to work. I teach, so my day is spent dealing with other people's kids, and then I pick my own kids up. I have no time to decompress or devote to myself. When there are school functions, my husband makes me feel guilty that I'm not spending time with the kids. Now he's starting to make me feel guilty because the kids like him less than they do me. How do I get across to him that if he did more and was around them more, they would like him more? I'm so tired from juggling all these balls. I feel like if something were to happen to me, he'd have no clue what to do. How can I x this situation? I don't want to resent him, but I'm starting to. „ Exhausted, Hot Mess Mom DEAR MOM: Postpartum depression is more than being tired and overscheduled. It's a medical condition that, left untreated, can have serious consequences. It might help to discuss what's going on with your physician, who can then help you explain to your husband that if he doesn't step up, he could indeed be left with the sole responsibility of taking care of the children. You're right. You shouldn't be carrying the whole load, and the bonus would be the likelihood that your husband's relationship with the children would improve. READER ALERT! If you know a student who would like to enter the $5,000 Dear Abby College Columnist Scholarship contest, see the information on DearAbby.com and learn more. The deadline is fast approaching. Dear Readers: You can DECANT „ what does that mean? For our purposes, it means removing kitchen and bath staples from their original packaging and storing them in clear containers that you can pick up at a discount store. There are pros and cons to this: Pros You can see all of your items, and can tell when you are running low. Buying basics at a warehouse store can save money. The containers can stack eciently, which will conserve space. Cons You can lose the nutritional and usage information from the packaging, along with the expiration dates. Tape labels to the bottom or back of the jars. You must rotate items, and use the oldest product rst. Label each jar to get started, and see how decanting can work for you! „ HeloiseHuntington's disease means progressive loss of function Tension mounts for tired mom who gets little help The details of decantingHints from Heloise Dr. Roach Dear Abby

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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The default settings are the most often used not because they are preferred but because it takes eort to change them. Do the work upfront to make the defaults awesome and awesomeness will be your default. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The fantastic value deals abound today, and youre a magnet for them. Your luck is such that youll get more than you pay for regardless of how much you put in „ even if you put in a whole lot. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Commit fully to whats going on now, even though you can see where its all headed. This will soon be the old way of doing things, but until that time, its the right way of doing things. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Do not underestimate the unpredictable power of an unexciting environment. People in a static situation are likely to make choices that they would never make any other place. These are choices made out of sheer boredom. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Hints are for those who dont know each other very well. When it comes to your loved ones, hinting will be a waste of time. You know and trust each other, and no one is going to get oended if you just say what you want. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You dont have control over what people are reminded of when they deal with you. Their memories are their own and so are the triggers that bring them up. What you can do is gain inuence by learning about the associations. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Pare down your need of others. If you rely on someone too much and/or too regularly it will interfere with your usual state of self-suciency. Steps toward independence will bring good fortune. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). If you love something enough, then you dont mind dealing with all the tedious, irritating, dicult, boring, painful stu that goes along with it. Talent may very well boil down to a simple matter of loving something enough. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Taking care of yourself is essential to the success of the group. The progress you make today will only be possible because youve done so. When you win, your people win, too. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Everyone has an accent; its just not called that by others who speak the same way. Youll be lucky today when you go where your contribution will be considered novel. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). People say that there are no bad questions. But there are so many excellent questions, why waste time with useless ones that can only lead you down an unsatisfying and unproductive path? PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Youre a pro among amateurs today. If anyone is to learn from you, it will be because they had the curiosity and will to drag the information out of you. TODAYS BIRTHDAY (May 17). Do not worry about succeeding in any terms laid out for you by others. This kind of socalled success is false and unobtainable. Its like an escalator that keeps producing new steps in front of you. Instead, answer the questions of your soul this year and you will be fullled in love, ideas and resources. You will have all you need. Libra and Scorpio adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 8, 40, 39, 13 and 47. 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 /Thursday, May 17, 2018 www.yoursun.com Page 7 PEANUTS By Charles Schulz CRANKSHAFT By Tom Batiuk & Chuck Ayers SHOE By Gary Brookins & Susie MacNelly ZITS By Jerry Scott & Jim Borgman GARFIELD By Jim Davis DILBERT By Scott Adams REX MORGAN By Terry Beatty MARY WORTH By Karen Moy and June Brigman NON SEQUITUR By Wiley FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker HI AND LOIS By Brian and Greg Walker HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Chris Browne THE WIZARD OF ID By Brant Parker and Johnny Hart B.C. By Mastroianni & Hart MOTHER GOOSE AND GRIMM By Mike Peters PICKLES By Brian Crane MALLARD FILLMORE By Bruce Tinsley

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Page 8 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Thursday, May 17, 2018 ALMANACToday is Thursday, May 17 the 137th day of 2018. There are 228 days left in the year. Today in history On May 17, 1968 nine men and women, including brothers Daniel and Philip Berrigan, entered the Selective Service oce in Catonsville, Maryland, seized several hundred draft les and burned them outside to protest the Vietnam War before being arrested. (The Catonsville Nine,Ž as they came to be known, received federal prison sentences ranging from 24 to 42 months.) On this date In 1536 Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Cranmer declared the marriage of Englands King Henry VIII to Anne Boleyn invalid after she failed to produce a male heir; Boleyn, already condemned for high treason, was executed two days later. In 1792 the New York Stock Exchange had its beginnings as a group of brokers met under a tree on Wall Street and signed the Buttonwood Agreement. In 1875 the rst Kentucky Derby was run; the winner was Aristides, ridden by Oliver Lewis. In 1980 rioting that claimed 18 lives erupted in Miamis Liberty City after an all-white jury in Tampa acquitted four former Miami police ocers of fatally beating black insurance executive Arthur McDue. In 1987 37 American sailors were killed when an Iraqi warplane attacked the U.S. Navy frigate Stark in the Persian Gulf. (Iraq apologized for the attack, calling it a mistake, and paid more than $27 million in compensation.) In 1996 President Bill Clinton signed a measure requiring neighborhood notication when sex oenders move in. (Megans Law,Ž as its known, was named for Megan Kanka, a seven-yearold New Jersey girl who was raped and murdered in 1994.) In 2004 Massachusetts became the rst state to allow same-sex marriages. Todays birthdays Actor Peter Gerety is 78. Singer Taj Mahal is 76. Boxing Hall of Famer Sugar Ray Leonard is 62. Actor-comedian Bob Saget is 62. Producer Simon Fuller is 58. Singer Enya is 57. Actor-comedian Craig Ferguson is 56. Actor David Eigenberg is 54. Singer-musician Trent Reznor is 53. Actor Hill Harper is 52. Singer Jordan Knight is 48. Dancer-choreographer Derek Hough is 33. Bible verse Knowing this, that the trying of your faith worketh patience.Ž „ James 1:3. As a Christian, are you wondering why times are tough? God could be increasing your patience. BERLIN (AP) „ Police were called to investigate a domestic disturbance in a southern German town „ and found a man arguing with a parrot. A resident in Loerrach, near the Swiss border, called the emergency number Monday to report his concerns about loud shouting from a next-door apartment that had been going on for some time. Police said Tuesday that officers sent to the scene found there was a loud argument going on „ but it was between a 22-year-old man and a parrot. The man told them he had been annoyed with the bird, which belonged to his girlfriend. The parrot responded to being shouted at with loud noises of its own. Police said it couldnt speak but could bark like a dog. Since no one was hurt, the officers left.ODD NEWS Domestic dispute: Man arguing with a parrotBy ASHLEY THOMAS and MARC LEVYASSOCIATED PRESSPresident Donald Trump backed two successful U.S. Senate nominees in Pennsylvania and Nebraska, which were among four states holding primaries Tuesday. The primaries began to settle swing state Pennsylvanias chaotic congressional landscape after a court “ght ended with redrawn districts just three months ago. Amid the redistricting, Republican Rick Saccone recorded his second loss in two months in two U.S. House districts. Among the more unusual results of Tuesdays primaries was the loss by Pennsylvanias Democratic lieutenant governor, Mike Stack, who was ousted by mayor John Fetterman. Oregon and Idaho also held primary elections. Heres a look at some of the other interesting races:TRUMPS PICKS PREVAIL Two of the presidents favored candidates, Lou Barletta in Pennsylvania and Deb Fischer in Nebraska, won their U.S. Senate primaries. Barletta, currently a congressman, was heavily favored over state Rep. Jim Christiana to become the Republican challenger for Democratic Sen. Bob Casey, who is seeking a third term in November. Fischer, the incumbent, defeated four GOP challengers and will be the strong favorite to win re-election in deep-red Nebraska. Her Democratic opponent is Lincoln City Councilwoman Jane Raybould. WOMEN RULE IN REDRAWN DISTRICTS Pennsylvania could send at least three women Congress next year, breaking the all-male hold on the states 18-member U.S. House delegation. Mary Gay Scanlon won a 10-way Democratic primary and Madeleine Dean won a three-way Democratic primary on Tuesday night for two suburban Philadelphia seats that are likely to ip to Democrats following a court-ordered redrawing of the states congressional district boundaries. Meanwhile, Chrissy Houlahan is the uncontested Democratic nominee for another suburban Philadelphia seat where shes heavily favored in November. INCUMBENT LT. GOV. FALLS Mike Stack became the rst holder of the Pennsylvania lieutenant governors oce to lose in a primary election. John Fetterman, the Braddock mayor, won the ve-way Democratic Party primary race for lieutenant governor Tuesday, meaning he will run on a ticket with Gov. Tom Wolf in the fall. Wolf last year ordered an investigation into the treatment of state employees by Stack and his wife and stripped Stack of state police protection. 2ND LOSS FOR SACCONE Pennsylvania state Rep. Rick Saccone, who lost a special election two months ago to Democrat Conor Lamb for a congressional seat, has now lost a two-way Republican primary for a dierent U.S. House seat. Saccone lost Tuesdays 14th Congressional District primary election to state Sen. Guy Reschenthaler for the open seat in a heavily Republican, newly drawn district. In March, Lamb narrowly beat Saccone in a district that President Donald Trump won in 2016 by about 20 percentage points. The president campaigned in the district twice and sent several tweets on Saccones behalf. The White House later contended that it was Lamb who had had embraced the presidents policies and vision. OREGON CHOOSES GOP CANDIDATE AMONG 10 GUBERNATORIAL HOPEFULS State Rep. Knute Buehler has emerged from a crowded primary to capture the Republican nomination for Oregon governor. However, Democratic Gov. Kate Brown remains the favorite to win in November. Brown became governor in 2015 upon the resignation of Gov. John Kitzhaber following an ethics scandal, and she won a special election in 2016. IN IDAHO GOVERNORS RACE, A DEMOCRATIC FIRST When former state Rep. Paulette Jordan, 38, won her primary, she became the rst woman to be the Democratic gubernatorial nominee in Idaho. If she wins the general election, Jordan, a member of the Coeur dAlene Tribe, would not only be the rst woman to serve as Idaho governor but also the rst Native American woman to serve in that position in any state. But she faces a dicult race: Idaho hasnt elected a Democratic governor since 1990, and the Republican Party now controls a supermajority on all federal, state and legislative seats.Trump backs 2 successful US Senate nominees in primariesis deemed inadequate. The VA would be able to determine how quickly the program grows. The legislation now goes to the Senate, where lawmakers are seeking a vote before their Memorial Day break. Trump has said he is ready to sign the bill. Rep. Phil Roe, the chairman of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, praised the measure as keeping our promise to give veterans more choice in their health care.Ž The program could face escalating costs due to growing demand from veterans seeking the convenience of seeing private physicians. Some House Democrats warn the VA wont be able to handle the costs of the newly combined community careŽ program that includes Choice and other VA programs of outside care, putting the VA at risk of unexpected budget shortfalls next year. Rep. Tim Walz, the top Democrat on the Veterans Affairs Committee, cautioned that outsourcing more care to the private sector would lead to devastating cuts to VA hospitals, which many veterans see as best-suited to treat battle“eld injury such as traumatic brain injury. I am deeply concerned about the long-term health and stability of VA health care,Ž he said. The bill builds on legislation passed in 2014 in response to a wait-time scandal at the Phoenix VA medical center, where some veterans died while waiting months for appointments. It comes as the VA is without a permanent leader after David Shulkin was ousted as VA secretary in March. Trump has yet to name a new secretary after his “rst nominee, Ronny Jackson, withdrew last month. The legislation aims to steer more patients to the private sector to relieve pressure at VA hospitals, thus improving veterans care at VA facilities and with private providers alike. Patients could also access private walk-in clinics, such as MinuteClinics, to treat minor illnesses or injury if they used VA health care in the last two years. The bill would create a presidentially appointed commission to review the closure of underperforming VA facilities, which House Democrats opposed when the plan was drafted in March. Democrats sought restrictions on the commission but were rebuffed by House Republicans and the White House. It would also expand a VA caregivers program to cover families of veterans of all eras, not just the families of veterans who were seriously injured in the line of duty since Sept. 11, 2001. Veterans would be able to access private care when VA does not offer the services they need or a veteran and his VA health provider agree it is best to receive care with a private doctor. It would loosen Choices restrictions that limit outside care only when a veteran must wait 30 days for an appointment or drive more than 40 miles to a VA facility.PRIVATEFROM PAGE 1 $250,000. The report said the president did not have to disclose the payment but was doing so in the interest of transparency.Ž While the disclosure didnt specify the purpose of the payment, Cohen has said he paid $130,000 to Daniels in the weeks before the 2016 presidential election to keep her from going public about her allegations that she had sex with Trump in 2006. Daniels lawyer, Michael Avenatti, tweeted: Mr. Trumps disclosure today conclusively proves that the American people were deceived.Ž The footnote appears in a report giving the “rst extended look at Trumps income from his properties since he became president. His Washington, D.C., hotel near the Oval Of“ce, which has become a magnet for diplomats and lobbyists, took in $40 million. His Doral golf course and resort in Miami took in $75 million, his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Florida, received $25 million and his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, generated $15 million. Some of the 12-month “gures for his properties are down from his previous report, but that earlier report covered about 16 months and so it is not directly comparable. The “gures are before expenses and so give no indication of how much pro“t the president made off the properties. Trump has at least $315 million in debt, about the same as he reported a year ago. One of his biggest lenders is Ladder Capital, which has lent more than $100 million. Trump owes Deutsch Bank as much as $175 million.COHENFROM PAGE 1WASHINGTON „ Amid fresh uncertainty over his planned summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump Wednesday said that he is committed to pressing for the country to abandon its nuclear program as part of any meeting. North Korea threatened earlier in the day to scrap the historic summit between Trump and Kim, saying it has no interest in a one-sidedŽ affair meant to pressure the North to abandon its nuclear weapons. But Trump appeared to shrug off the warning saying the U.S. hadnt been noti“ed. We havent seen anything, we havent heard anything,Ž Trump said as he welcomed the president of Uzbekistan to the White House. We will see what happens.Ž The warning from North Koreas “rst vice foreign minister came after the country abruptly canceled a high-level meeting with South Korea to protest U.S.-South Korean military exercises that the North has long claimed are an invasion rehearsal. Behind the scenes, White House aides tried to soothe South Korean frustrations over the canceled meeting with the North as they continue to plan for the summit, planned for June 12 in Singapore, as if nothing had changed. U.S. of“cials compared the threat to Trumps own warning that he might walk away from the summit if he determines Kim is not serious about abandoning his nuclear program, saying it did not appear to be serious. National Security Adviser John Bolton told Fox News Radio Wednesday that we are trying to be both optimistic and realistic at the same time.Ž Bolton, who was called out by name by the North for saying that the U.S. is seeking to seek an outcome similar to Libyas unilateral nuclear disarmament, said the personal attack raised the question of whether this really is a sign that that theyre not taking our objective of denuclearization seriously.Ž North Korean “rst vice foreign minister Kim Kye Gwan said in a statement carried by state media that we are no longer interested in a negotiation that will be all about driving us into a corner and making a one-sided demand for us to give up our nukes and this would force us to reconsider whether we would accept the North KoreaU.S. summit meeting.Ž Trump surprised even aides in March when he accepted an invitation from Kim to meet. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has met with the North Korean leader twice to lay the groundwork for the summit, and reported that Kim had agreed to place his nuclear arsenal on the negotiating table. The State Department emphasized that Kim had previously indicated he understood the need and purpose of the U.S. continuing its long-planned exercises with South Korea. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said the U.S. had not heard anything directly from North or South Korea that would change that.Trump: US hasnt been notified about threat to cancel summitBy ZEKE MILLER and CATHERINE LUCEYASSOCIATED PRESS AP PHOTOPresident Donald Trump greets Uzbek President Shavkat Mirziyoyev outside the West Wing of the White House in Washington, Wednesday.Muellers investigation into potential collusion between Trump aides and the Kremlin „ came to be arranged and efforts afterward to mitigate the political damage arising from its disclosure. The transcripts show the dissatisfaction of Trump Jr. and other campaign aides, including brother-in-law Jared Kushner, when the meeting failed to yield the harmful Clinton information they thought theyd get „ as well as the increasing panic of one of the meeting participants who feared his reputation would be ruined by his role in having set it up. In addition, the transcripts re”ect an aggressive Russian outreach to Trump both before and after the June 2016 meeting, including an effort to arrange a follow-up get-together that November with members of his transition team. One year earlier, Trump was invited to the 60th birthday party of a friend in Moscow at which the opportunity to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin was dangled. Trump Jr. answered No, I dont recallŽ when asked if he had spoken with his father about the Russia investigation, and he could not recall if he had spoken with him the day the Trump Tower meeting was arranged. But he insisted he had never discussed the meeting with him. Asked if he thought it was problematic to take a meeting described to him as part of a Russian government effort to aid his fathers campaign, Trump Jr. said no. I didnt think that listening to someone with information relevant to the “tness and character of a presidential candidate would be an issue, no.Ž Senate Judiciary Democrats said the transcripts are just one piece of a much larger puzzleŽ and do not tell the entire story because some meeting participants were not interviewed.TRUMPFROM PAGE 1WASHINGTON (AP) „ The Senate has voted to kill a Federal Communications Commission rule that repealed the Obama administrations ban on internet providers blocking or slowing down certain content. In December, the FCC repealed net neutralityŽ rules that ensured equal treatment for all web traf“c. The rule prevented providers such as AT&T, Comcast and Verizon from interfering with internet traf“c and favoring their own sites and apps. Three Republicans joined with Democrats in voting to repeal the FCC rule that was scheduled to go into effect next month. The “nal vote was 52-47. Democrats are hoping to energize young voters who support the principle of net neutrality, though the GOP-controlled House is unlikely to go along with the effort.Senate backs effort to restore net neutrality rules

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 1 As we look back on the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season, we are reminded of the perils that accompany living in beautiful Southwest Florida. Hurricane Irma presented the entire peninsula with a near worst-case scenario and necessitated not only the largest evacuation in the history of Charlotte County, but also the largest evacuation that Florida has ever experienced. A total of 6.8 million individuals took to the roads. Residents and visitors took notice early due to the size and intensity of Irma and fresh memories of devastation in Texas from Hurricane Harvey, only two weeks earlier. This was also the “rst time the National Hurricane Center published Probabilistic Storm Surge graphics, which dramatically depict the danger of storm surge based on the forecast track and intensity on maps colorfully highlighting expected surge height above ground level. These graphics once again illustrated the vulnerability our portion of the Gulf Coast has to storm surge. Despite all the factors stacked up against Charlotte County, we were spared the devastating effects of Irma due to a slightly more easterly track of the storm. Luckily, we can reflect on the lessons learned from that storm from a relatively unscathed position; several of the counties to our south were not as lucky. It is now critical that we look at what we as a community can do to improve upon our readiness going into the 2018 hurricane season. The FEMA administrator stated that Americans need to develop a true culture of preparednessŽ when discussing the record-breaking year in disasters that was 2017. Outside assistance is not immediate; especially when nearly an entire state with 20 million residents experiences some level of impact from a disaster. Government, residents, faith-based groups, businesses and organizations all have the ability to in”uence the state of preparedness and resiliency of a community. Individual and family preparedness plans are more important than ever. Plans should include those supplies needed to sustain you and your family for at least three days when power outages may be prolonged, running water may be unsafe to drink and roadways may be impassable. Those plans should also address where you will go in the event an evacuation order is issued for your area. Shelters should not be the “rst option when planning for evacuation destinations. Shelters exist only to provide a safe refuge and lack the comforts that you could expect at a friend or family members home or hotel outside of an evacuation area. Businesses can plan ahead of time to ensure the resiliency of their operations. Opening as soon as possible after a disaster is vital to the survival of the business and the community returning to normalcy. Faith-based groups and organizations assist in recovery by both serving their membership and interacting with the community at large. Prepare now to stay safe this hurricane season Charlotte Emergency Management DirectorGerard Mallet GERARD | 5SATURDAY, MAY 19, 201810 a.m. 3 p.m. at CHARLOTTE HARBOR EVENT & CONFERENCE CENTER75 Taylor Street, Punta Gorda Hurricane preparedness seminars at 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Featuring: Jim Farrell and WINK News meteorologists and anchors, Jerry Mallet with Charlotte County Emergency Management and The American Red Cross President David Dunn-Rankin Publisher Glen Nickerson Executive Editor Jim Gouvellis Section Editors Nathan Lane Nicole Noles Design & Layout Copy Desk Advertising Manager Stacie Goldberg Account Executives Bibi Gafoor Dan Dykes Ed Geary Jim Commiskey Laura Speer Lori White Rebecca L. Cross Scot Stevens Stephanie Feola Published by A product of Sun Coast Media Group PHOTO PROVIDEDA sign along U.S. 41 advertises some buildings in Charlotte County oer cell charging stations and free wi for those without power after Hurricane Irma.

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Page 2 Friday, May 18, 2018 As Hurricane Irma barreled up the Florida peninsula in September last year, she left in her wake substantial damage. The Of“ce of Insurance Regulation posted new insurance-loss estimates from the massive storm on its website in April. Though the “gures were down more than $600 million from the original estimates, the total was still almost $7.38 billion, with the most extensive destruction in the southern part of the state. Here on the Suncoast, we werent hit quite as hard as places like Key West or Collier County, but considering the size and unpredictability of the substantial hurricane, there were certainly some anxious moments in the Charlotte and Sarasota County Emergency Management centers, as they were tasked with preparing for a worst-case scenario. Ashley Lusby, with Sarasota County Emergency Services, said those preparations resulted in excellent practice for a time when Southwest Florida may not be so fortunate during a hurricane. Sarasota County is most proud of the coordination and teamwork of all county, city and community partners in the preparation, response and recovery from the hurricane,Ž she said. We had tremendous support from the Sarasota County School District and Florida National Guard during shelter operations. Also, we are very proud of all the Sarasota County staff members who were not able to be with their families to work through out the storm „ they put the communitys needs ahead of their own, which is the very de“nition of public service.Ž Charlotte County Emergency Management has a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan that they put into action during Hurricane Irma. The plan provides for the structure of the organization at the Emergency Operations Center, which is then activated to deal with the incident, in this case, a hurricane. Gerard Mallet, director of the CCEM, said his team learned a lot from their preparations for the hurricane, speci“cally what they could do to improve their response the next time a storm is heading our way. We will be investigating new and existing facilities that may be used for shelters,Ž he said. Charlotte County, like most Southwest Florida counties, has a de“cit of shelter spaces for large storms like Irma. Although that is not something we can change in the short term, long-term solutions are always being sought.Ž In the shelters that his team is able to open, Mallet said he would like to increase the numbers of county staff and volunteers, to better serve the citizens who have come there for safety. He also emphasized the importance of working more closely with assisted living facilities (ALF) and nursing homes in the county to ensure their emergency plans are updated and in compliance with new legislation regarding generators. In late March this year, Gov. Rick Scott signed SB 7028 and HB 7099, which made permanent the emergency rules requiring every nursing home and ALF in Florida to have emergency generators to keep residents safe. This action was taken following the tragedy in Hollywood, Florida, that took place during Hurricane Irma. Fourteen residents of a nursing home there died after an electric transformer that powered the buildings air conditioning was damaged. Though the home had a generator designated to operate life-saving equipment, there was no generator to power the air conditioning, and the residents were left gasping for air in temperatures in the upper 90s. Given the enormous size and “erce strength of Hurricane Irma, Sarasota County ordered mandatory evacuations of its barrier islands as the storm headed their way. Those residents on the Island of Venice, many of whom are seniors without a transportation option if the buses are shut down, were unsure of where they should go. Part of the problem was that one of the only shelters on the island, the Venice Community Center, was built to withstand winds of at least a Category 3 storm, but was still susceptible to extreme ”ooding, based on Lessons learned from Hurricane IrmaBy DEBBIE FLESSNERSUN CORRESPONDENT RESOURCESBoth Charlotte and Sarasota counties have resources to help find your evacuation zone and to assist you and your family in preparing for an impending storm. Charlotte Countys evacuation zones are listed at https://www. charlottecountyfl.gov/services/emergencymgmt/Pages/Know-Your-Zone. aspx. You can type in your address and it will give you your zone. To find out what Sarasota County zone you live in, visit https://ags2. scgov.net/KnowYourZone/. Both counties hurricane preparedness pages can be found at the following: https://www.charlottecountyfl. gov/services/emergencymgmt/ Pages/Hurricanes.aspx http://sarasota.floridahealth.gov/ programs-and-services/emergency-preparedness-and-response/ hurricanes.html ORLANDO SENTINEL VIA APTrac rolls at a crawl on the northbound lanes of Floridas Turnpike near the intersection of I-75 in Wildwood, Fla. on Sept. 8, 2017. Motorists evacuated for the anticipated arrival of Hurricane Irma. IRMA | 4

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Page 4 Friday, May 18, 2018 its location. Lusby said Sarasota County is also looking into more shelter options for residents. Were doing a revision of our Hurricane Evacuation Centers (formerly known as shelters) planning to include the use of Enhanced Hurricane Protection Area-rated or hardened hurricane evacuation centers,Ž she said. We will also be opening up all the hurricane evacuation centers at the same time instead of a phased tier, providing accessible, pet-friendly refuge for evacuees.Ž To address the transportation issue, Lusby said the county is developing a transportation plan for those who need assistance getting to the General Population Hurricane Evacuation Centers. Each time a significant storm is predicted to affect the Suncoast, there are some community members who are unsure about which evacuation zone they live in. Mallet said he would like to encourage Charlotte County residents to find out that information now, and then plan to leave earlier. Were recommending that when a storm is approaching, people do not wait for an evacuation order, because the earlier they evacuate, the more availability there is of fuel and accommodations,Ž he said. We are also making a number of technological and physical improvements at the Emergency Operations Center so that we may better provide the information necessary for residents and visitors to make decisions about their personal safety.ŽIRMAFROM PAGE 2 AP FILE PHOTOA familiar symbol for our state stands strong in the setting sun while cleanup work goes on in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Trees played a role in some of the loss of power. adno=54532182€ Re-Roo“ ng € Repairs € Inspections € Roof Evaluations € Roof Coatings € Free Consultations Englewood Area Chamber 2017 Best in Business for business over 26 employees

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 5 Many in our community are already doing those things listed, as Charlotte County is not unfamiliar with devastating hurricanes. Charlotte County has examined those things that went well and the things that can be improved upon. We continue to strengthen our shelter program by training additional individuals to manage the shelters and practicing shelter operations. Our Special Needs program has been revamped to ensure a more accurate registry. We are in the midst of our public outreach season, where Emergency Management staff discuss preparedness tips, encourage registration in our emergency noti“cation system (Alert Charlotte) and introduce opportunities for residents to become involved in our Community Emergency Response Team (C.E.R.T.). Though Charlotte County not long ago received a direct hit from Hurricane Charley, everyone should keep in mind that no two storms are alike and that by preparing we remain resilient. Gerard Mallet is the emergency management director for Charlotte County.GERARDFROM PAGE 1 SUN FILE PHOTOA pine tree snapped during Hurricane Irma but did not damage the home near the Englewood Chamber of Commerce. P PROMISE TO EXCELLENCEA ACHIEVING MORE TOGETHERL LOVING LIFEM MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONSC COMPASSIONATE CAREToday and every day, let Parkside show you the dierence. Working together we are creating purposeful lives based upon I can do this.Ž Safety, security and love are always our promise to you. ASSISTED LIVING AND MEMORY COTTAGELOVE WHERE YOU LIVE 941.766.74442595 HARBOR BOULEVARD PORT CHARLOTTE, FLORIDA, 33952 BUILT ON A FOUNDATION OF STRONG PRINCIPLESLICENSE # AL 13075 ONSITE GENERATOR SOLID CONCRETE BLOCK CONSTRUCTION IMPACT RATED WINDOWS BUILT TO HIGHEST HURRICANE STANDARDS adno=50533085

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Page 6 Friday, May 18, 2018 There cannot be a stressful crisis next week. My schedule is already full.Ž „ Henry KissingerWhile we cant schedule a storm-related crisis, we can plan to reduce the stress that comes with it. Like having your insurance company explain your policy wont pay for all your damages. Or not being able to get an airconditioning company to make emergency repairs when its 95 degrees out with 90 percent humidity. Or realizing you need cash, but a storm has cut power to all ATM machines. However, knowing whats covered under your homeowners insurance policy, which contractors to call if needed, as well as having important items in one safe place can make a big difference in reducing pocketbook stress.WHATS MY COVERAGE?If you havent reviewed your homeowners insurance policy recently, sit down with your agent before suffering a loss. Verify theres suf“cient hazard coverage on the value of your home „ especially with rising area construction costs „ and its contents, Are your contents reimbursed for actual or replacement cash value? Thats the difference between what a used couch would fetch at a thrift store or a new one off the showroom ”oor. What happens if your windows are blown out, but current building codes require they be replaced by more expensive hurricane impact-resistant ones? Law and ordinanceŽ coverage pays for that signi“cant differential. If you dont have it, you pay for the upgrade. And your pool cage? After Hurricane Charley, most policies began dropping it from standardized coverage, making it a purchasable option. Seawalls and boat docks, however, cannot be insured. If shopping around, make sure youre comparing policies on an apples-to-apples basis, including the hurricane deductible amount. But understand, even with hurricane insurance coverage, only water damage caused by wind blowing water in through an opening is covered. Rising water damage caused directly by ”ooding is speci“cally excluded. Thats why its also important to talk with your insurance agent about a separate ”ood insurance policy. If you have a mortgage and live in what FEMA determines is a high-risk ”ood zone, getting ”ood insurance isnt an option. Youre required by the lender to purchase a policy. However, while not required, most homeowners in moderate-tolow-risk areas are eligible for coverage at preferred rates and should consider purchasing one as well. Just a few inches of interior water can cause tens of thousands of dollars in damage. Statistically, those outside of mapped high-risk ”ood areas “le nearly 25 percent of all ”ood insurance claims and receive one-third of federal disaster assistance for ”ooding. Jim Nolan, president of Nolan Family Insurance Agency in Punta Gorda, says ”ood policies issued by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) „ and purchasable through most insurance agents nationwide „ will be the best choice for the majority of homeowners. However, depending on residency status and ”ood zone area, private insurance policies may offer a better alternative. Those private companies can also offer excess ”ood insurance over and above standard NFIP limits. The week before Hurricane Irma made landfall, our of“ce received hundreds of calls from customers wanting to make sure they had proper coverage or wanting to purchase ”ood insurance,Ž said Nolan. In most situations, it was too late to make any changes to their policies or to purchase a new policy.Ž Thats because theres usually a 30-day waiting period after the premium is paid before a ”ood insurance policy becomes effective. Had Southwest Florida been on the wrong sideŽ of Irma, Nolan is convinced ”ood damage would have been far worse.HAVE A GO-TOŽ CONTRACTORS LIST Nows the time to prepare a list of trustworthy contractors, because good ones are harder to get after a storm. That means having a plumber, air conditioning contractor, electrician, door and window installer and, if appropriate, a septic contractor and a pool and spa contractor. Preferably, you should have an existing relationship with as many of these contractors as possible. Not only does it allow you to trust their work, but current customers will normally get preferential treatment in an emergency. Over 300 licensed contractors „ besides the key trades noted above „ as well as aluminum, drywall and roo“ng contractors and companies that specialize in debris removal, garage doors, gutters, and painting, are in the Charlotte-DeSoto Building Industry Associations directory, at www.cdbia.com or by calling 941-625-0804. CDBIA vets all members, Plan ahead to reduce pocketbook stressDAVID | 7 David Morris AP FILE PHOTOA roof is strewn across a homes lawn as Rick Freedman checks his neighbors damage from Hurricane Irma in Marco Island, Fla., Sept. 11, 2017.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 7 including veri“cation of appropriate state and/or county licensure if its required. It will also check licensure of non-members if requested. Not surprisingly, unlicensed activity typically increases after a storm as scammers prey on desperate situations. But during a declared state of emergency, unlicensed contractor activity is a felony offense. And homeowners who knowingly hire unlicensed construction contractors face a “ne of up to $5,000. Additionally, your insurance company may not cover work performed without a permit. To verify Charlotte County licensure yourself call 941743-1201. For Punta Gorda, call 941-575-3324. In North Port, call 941-429-7016. And in DeSoto County „ including the City of Arcadia „ call 863-993-4811. The Better Business Bureau cautions to be wary of any contractor that demands full payment upfront or asks to have payments made to an individual rather than a company. A contractors vehicle should include the companys name and phone number. Resist high-pressure sales tactics, like only getting an offered deal if the contractor is hired on the spot. If possible use a credit card for added protection. Otherwise, pay by check, but never in cash. And get everything in writing. Additionally, realize hiring someone without liability and workers compensation insurance could make you liable for personal injuries on your property and the cost to repair any damage. GET A PORTABLE FIREPROOF BOXPut important documents, an external back up to your computers hard drive if its not in the cloud, an extra set of keys for your house and car, your safe deposit box key, a list of your valuable possessions with photos, and some cash in a “reproof-safe box. The Federal Trade Commission suggests those important documents should include copies of health insurance cards, Social Security cards, current prescriptions, policy numbers for auto, ”ood, and homeowners insurance, and a list of telephone numbers of your insurance companies. Also, make front and back copies of all credit and debit cards and a list of bank, loan, mortgage, and investment account numbers.REPORT PRICE GOUGINGFinally, if theres a declared emergency in our area, Florida law prohibits extreme increases in the price of such needed commodities as food, water, hotels, ice, gasoline, and lumber. If you suspect any price gouging, call the Attorney Generals hotline at 866-9-NO-SCAM (966-7226). David Morris is the Suns consumer advocate. Read Davids column every Tuesday in all editions of the Sun. Contact him c/o the Sun, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980, e-mail dmorris@sun-herald. com or leave a message at 941-206-1114. DAVIDFROM PAGE 6 941.629.3490 € www.Harpers1980.comProtect your home while adding enjoyment to your everyday life.Contact Harper's today for a free estimate! COMPLETE HURRICANE PROTECTION ROLL-DOWN SHUTTERS ACCORDION SHUTTERS FABRIC ROLL-DOWNS PROTECTING YOUR SOUTHWEST FLORIDA HOME EVERY DAY! Licensed and Insured FREE Estimatesadno=50534605

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Page 8 Friday, May 18, 2018 When it comes to hurricane evacuation, island residents most critical decision isnt if, but when. Charlotte, Lee and Sarasota counties can order evacuations for barrier islands with the approach of a Category 1 or stronger hurricane, usually within 24 hours of expected landfall. That order can be issued 48 hours before anticipated landfall for Palm Island, which is accessible only by boat. But ultimately, if, when and how to evacuate is a decision each resident makes for himself. And it must be made sooner than mainlanders. The decision to stay or go is not much different than it is for anyone else, except (islanders) have to leave earlier and their avenues for escape are more restricted,Ž Charlotte County Emergency Management Coordinator Jerry Mallet said. Without question, they are going to be the first to be evacuated.Ž Therefore, he said, islanders must be prepared. They have to have an evacuation plan and know when they need to go and where they are going,Ž Mallet said. Responsibility for making that decision is clearly spelled out in the Thornton Key and Palm, Don Pedro, and Knight Islands community plans. It is important to note that island residents have chosen to live in a high-hazard area and must take individual responsibility for their decision and for the safety of themselves, their homes and their families,Ž a statement in the plan reads. It is the jurisdictional countys responsibility to notify residents of a mandatory evacuation. Hurricane evacuation procedures have been outlined by the three primary island advisory groups „ Manasota Key; Thornton Key/Palm/Don Pedro/Knight islands; and Gasparilla Island. The plans discuss notification, evacuation, re-entry, and power shortages. € Notification: Residents are encouraged to have a weather radio and stay abreast of a storms approach because evacuation alerts will be issued via radio and television. Public service officials will also notify residents either by public address systems, phone or by going door to door. € Evacuation: An evacuation order is issued for the barrier islands for an anticipated Category 1 or stronger storm, usually approximately 24 hours before the expected landfall. That order can be issued 48 hours ahead of time, in some cases. On Thornton Key, its probably a good idea to skedaddle when Charlotte County Fire and EMS officials at Station 10 start moving equipment off the island and then leave themselves. € Routes: During an evacuation, all bridges „ Tom Adams, Kosinski, Anne Merry, Boca Grande Causeway „ become one way for eastbound traffic only. No one will be allowed to come onto the islands. Once off the islands, sheriffs deputies will be stationed at pivotal intersections to direct traffic out of the area. Once evacuation is ordered, drawbridges will be locked in place to accommodate vehicular traffic. € Palm Island: Former Charlotte County Emergency Management Director Wayne Sallade often recalls how he has been asked the following question for more than 20 years: How do those people living on those bridgeless islands get to the mainland in an emergency? And, Sallade has responded with the same answer for more than 20 years. € Howd they get out there in the first place? Theyll come back the same way they conveyed themselves out there.Ž Private boats and Palm Island Transits ferry are the only ways on and off the island. Because relatively few residents live on the island during summers hurricane season, Palm Island Transit maintains evacuations have been orderly.Ž But the key is to plan ahead „ 48 hours ahead. Charlotte and Lee county officials, as well as planners at the Southwest Florida Regional Planning Council, say there will be no special ferry assigned to the island to assist evacuation „ even if one existed. So, be prepared to wait since it takes more than 30 minutes for the small ferry to make a roundtrip. Also, deteriorating wind and water conditions will, at some point, shut the ferry down. If you hear a distinct signal tone from the Station 10 siren, the ferry has shut down „ and youve missed the boat.Island evacuation: Timing is everything PHOTO PROVIDEDResidents need to pay attention to the zones in their neighborhood in order to know if there is a mandiatory evacuation. The yellow letter is posted under stop signs in many neighborhoods in Sarasota and Charlotte counties.EVACUATION | 9

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 9 € Re-entry: Manasota Key and Gasparilla Island have phased re-entries.Ž First-phase entry is by emergency officials to sweep for injuries, rescues, hazards, and assess damage. Next in are utility company workers. The third phase is an escorted entry with residents allowed to check on homes and retrieve valuables. Entry requires valid identification such as a drivers license, utility bill, tax bill or other papers that show name and address. Passes are issued to residents for future re-entry. On Palm Island and other smaller keys, there is no re-entry plan. Residents return to their homes when the ferry starts running again or by private boat. However, they are urged to wait until Charlotte County Fire and EMS officials have swept the islands. Mallet emphasizes the importance of presenting valid identification, noting the absence of these documents can be the difference between getting home quickly or waiting for hours, even days, to do so. Bring identification that verifies who you are and where you live,Ž he reiterated. In case of an extended power outage on Manasota Key, generators at sewage lift stations can be fueled by propane.EVACUATIONFROM PAGE 8 SUN FILE PHOTOColor-coded collars near the top of the pole on stop signs reveal evacuation zones. Red is rst to evacuate, then orange, yellow and green. SARASOTA CHARLOTTE LEE COLLIER WALK-IN MEDICAL CENTER LOCATIONS Venice 1287 U.S. 41 Bypass Venice, FL 34285 Phone: 941-244-5716 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. North Port 13823 Tamiami Trail North Port, FL 34287 Phone: 941-888-0770 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Englewood 2400 S McCall Rd, Suite C Englewood, FL 34224 Phone: 941-548-1716 Mon. Sat.: 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Sunday: 9:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Port Charlotte 2450 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Phone: 941-624-2704 Open Seven Days A Week 7:00 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Fort Myers 3691 Metro Parkway, Suite 110 Fort Myers FL 33912 Phone: 239-308-0005 Mon. Fri. : 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Bonita 9500 Bonita Beach Rd SE, Ste 101 Bonita Springs, FL 34135 Phone: 239-498-9294 Mon. Fri. : 8:00 A.M. 6:00 P.M. Sat. & Sun.: 9:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. Naples 400 8th St N Naples, FL 34102 Phone: 239-649-3333 Mon. Fri.: 8:30 A.M. 7:00 P.M. Saturday: 8:30 A.M. 5:00 P.M. www. MillenniumPhysician .com DONT LET A MINOR HEALTH EMERGENCY GET YOU DOWN! MILLENNIUM PHYSICIAN GROUPS WALK-IN MEDICAL CENTERS ARE HERE FOR YOU. Our Walk-in Medical Centers Treat: € Sprains € Fractures € Sore Throat € Stitches € Lacerations € Flu € Burns € Infections & more! SKIP THE LINE!Text WALKIN to 41-411 to access this online feature and pre-register for your appointment. You can also see our current wait times! adno=50534839

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Page 10 Friday, May 18, 2018 Charlotte County has more than 150,000 residents, and a large number of those households have boats. Some people keep them in the canals, and some keep them on trailers. When hurricane season comes around, most people are focused on securing the home front, but dont forget your boats. When it comes to the trailerable boats, some people just use the webbing that is attached to the winch and a small strap at the stern. I tell boaters to “nd a few large ratchet straps and place one across the stern in front of the engine and one midship. Attach the hooks to each side of the trailer and cinch down. Some people have tie-down points in the side of the yard that they then attach the trailer to. You can drive temporary tiedown stakes into the ground in a pinch. Just be sure to check with FPL, the phone company or other utilities to be sure that you will not accidentally drive them into buried cables or piping. Lengths of rebar with hooks or loops bent into them work well for tie down stakes. If your boat is in dry dock, thats OK. Dry stack storage facilities built in recent years should be sturdy enough to handle winds up to 140 mph. The folks running the facility will have all the gear on hand to properly to secure your vessel. Do you keep your boat on a lift or davits? This could be one of the worst ways to try to keep your vessel safe during a hurricane. Pilings can snap, causing the vessel to fall into the water or puncture your vessels hull with the lower portion of the piling. If one side of the lift fails, you run the risk of your vessel getting wedged against the pilings and then you have to worry about the hull getting damaged and having water ”ood it. You also have to worry about the lift swaying around from the wind. This could cause damage to the lift as well as the vessel. I have heard people say they tied the cross members of the lifts to the pilings. I would not recommend this. If a tidal surge happens, then the vessel can rise off the lift and ”oat away. Keeping your vessel in the water with the proper storm lines can prove to be just “ne. One of things you want to tie to are tall pilings. If a tidal Nautical know-how: Secure your boatSTAFF REPORT SUN FILE PHOTOSSecure the boat from all angles because wind directions shift. When securing your boat, use a ratcheting strap at the stern as well as mid-ship. The trailer winch will take care of the bow for you. A big thank you to Cameron Parson for allowing me to use his boat to show one of the ways to strap a small boat to a trailer.BOAT | 13 What have you done to make sure your pets needs are met during the next BIGDISASTER?Pet Disaster Preparedness Can Save Lives P etDisasterPreparednessCan SaveLives animal welfare league of charlotte county 3519 drance st, port charlotte, fl www.awlshelter.org 941-625-6720 adno=50534438

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 11 While the peak occurrences for severe weather events in the United States happen between March and October, severe weather can occur at any time. In order to save lives, branches of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration will issue public watches and warnings. Knowing the difference between the two can prepare individuals for the necessary steps to take when considering the threat of severe weather. Watches and warnings issued to the public are based on different criteria. Watches are issued by NOAAs Storm Prediction Centers and warnings are issued by local of“ces of the National Weather Service. A watch is issued when conditions are favorable, for example, either for a severe thunderstorm or tornadoes,Ž AccuWeather.com Senior Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski said. It doesnt mean severe weather is imminent.Ž Typical watches cover about 25,000 square miles, or about half the size of Iowa,Ž according to the Storm Prediction Centers. Kottlowski said there are no set criteria for issuing watches, but if the conditions seem consistent with a developing severe weather pattern, watches can be changed and altered by monitoring ongoing developments. It can vary,Ž he said. There is not just one set of ingredients; every watch may have a different set of perimeters from one day to the next since it is based on a synoptic situation that may change within several hours.Ž Warnings mean that severe weather is imminent and is based on speci“c criteria and existing reports received by the National Weather Service. The criteria include hail that totals more than 1 inch in diameter and wind speeds of 55 mph. Lightning is not a criteria for a severe thunderstorm warning,Ž Kottlowski said. Heavy rain is not either.Ž Warnings must follow the two main criteria, he said, adding urban ”ood and stream advisories, ”ash ”ood watches and warnings, and ”ood watches and warnings, may accompany a storm with heavy rain. Warnings are issued through the efforts of individuals working for the National Weather Service. The way a warning is issued is that a meteorologist will monitor the weather by radar and look for particular areas where there could be high impact damage,Ž Kottlowski said. They will issue a warning and there will be a signature for an existing storm or developing tornado.Ž Trained National Weather Service spotters will verify reports of rotation or storm damage. This gives the meteorologists con“dence in what they are seeing on radar,Ž he said.Whats the difference between Watches & Warnings?By MICHAEL KUHNEACCUWEATHER.COM WRITER 941.627.0566 € www.CharlotteHomeDecor.net2733 Tamiami Trl., Ste A € Port Charlotte, FL 33952Just south of Camila Restaurant on same side of Tamiami Trail € Mon-Fri 9-5 pm € Saturday by Appt.Family Owned & Operated for 36 Years! We are your place for any MOTORIZED window treatment needs.We service everywhere from Naples to Sarasota County!! We Manufacture Verticals & Wood CornicesBlinds € Shades € Plantation Shutters € Motorized Garage Sun Screens Motorization€ Now Handling Motorized Defender Hurricane Screens Joseph Cracchiolo Owneradno=50534527

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Page 12 Friday, May 18, 2018Before a hurricane€ Find a place to moor your boat. M ake sure the water will be deep enough at low tide. € Make a practice run to see how long it takes to navigate and secure. € Keep all records, including insurance papers, recent photos of the vessel, registration, equipment inventory and agreements, with other important documents. € Have available lines of adequate lengths. € Use chafing gear for all lines to protect them from wear at contact points. Old rags work well. € Use fenders of adequate size and strength. Old tires work well. € Use oversized anchors. € Keep fuel tanks full. € Keep batteries charged. An extra battery may come in handy as well. € Maintain bilge pumps.When a storm threatens€ When securing lines, consider tide ”uctuations and storm surge. If the line is too short, the boat can be pulled under or be damaged by rising tides. € Secure the boat from all angles, as wind directions switch. € Remove all movable equipment. € Seal all openings to the boat. € If the boat is left on a davit, leave the boat drains open. € Those securing a boat on a trailer: Place wooden blocks between the frame member and the axle inside each wheel. Let about half of the air out of the tires. Fill the boat 1/3 full of water to help hold it down. Tie the boat and trailer to a strong object using heavy-duty line. If your boat cannot be secured in this manner, remove the boat from the trailer. Partially “ll the boat with water and tie down the trailer.When a Hurricane Warning is issued€ Leave early for land. Do not block the passage of other boats. Help others secure their boats. Follow directions from local, state and national officials. € Do not stay aboard. € Do not try to outrun or move around a hurricane. Seas will be very rough.After a storm€ Check for damage. € Closely watch for debris and obstructions in the water. € Vessels that have sunk must be removed.Securing vessels before a storm SUN FILE PHOTOThere are some tips to keeping your boat aoat during hurricane season, but not all vessels will remain seaworthy after a storm. adno=50534790941-766-0975www.aatemperatureservices.comAir conditioning, heating, indoor air quality, & Wi-Fi controlsProudly serving all of SW Florida for over 18 yearsƒ with over 30 years of experience!No hassle service and sales. Our technicians are trained to repair AC systems not pressure you into buying items you do not need! Local Family owned & operated since 1998 Open 24 Hours FREE SERVICE CALL WITH REPAIR (A $125 VALUE) Not valid on prior purchases or services. Must present coupon at time of purchase Expires 11/30/18

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 13 surge comes in, you want to be sure that your vessel can ”oat up without the worry of the vessel coming to rest on short pilings. Slide Moore systems have become very popular over the past number of years. How safe are they in a big storm? I think the verdict is still out on it. I prefer to keep my vessel off the dock, so it has less of a chance to rub on the pilings that could damage the hull. If you live on a narrow canal with few boats, talk with the homeowners around you and see if it is OK to tie off to pilings at their docks. Tie your vessel to deadman anchors in the ground if they are available. Make sure all securing points are strong and chafe and corrosion free. When running lines to pilings, try to use a system that will rise and fall with the vessel. TideMinders should still be around for purchase. Try not to put your lines around palm trees, as they tend to get blown over due to not having a large root system. If need be, you can put anchors out into the canal and use those to help keep your vessel off the dock and more toward the center of the canal. Do this before you evacuate the area, as some boats may need to pass by your dock. Leave enough slack in the lines for the vessel to be able to rise and lower with the tidal surge. Make sure that you have cha“ng gear in place for any vessel that is not on a trailer as well. As the lines get stressed and or rub on the vessel, they heat up and will cause the line to start to break down and, at worst, break. Avoid putting knots in any of your lines, as it will be one of the areas that is affected by stress and heat. Some boaters keep their boats at anchor. Your boat may be able to ride out a storm if you prepare for it properly. You will want to fan out three anchors leading to a swivel that is then secured to your vessel via the anchor rope. Some people tie onto mooring balls. Talk to the folks in charge of them to “nd out what they are made of and what they are rated for. Not all mooring systems are created equal. Please do not attempt to ride the storm out on your boat! If you have a problem, it will be next to impossible for help to get to you and it could be a rough and life-threatening swim to shore. Secure your boat and head for a shelter or other safe place. Ultimately, you are responsible for your vessel if it happens to break free. A boat drifting around during a storm can damage docks, boats or bridges, and if they leak fuel or oil, the wildlife in and around the water can be affected. Our area is a breeding ground for millions of “sh and other animals. Everyone in the community is responsible for keeping these critters safe from things that they would not normally be exposed to. All the things I have mentioned above are just some examples of what to do before a hurricane or tropical storm hits. The best bet is to research different ways to secure your bo at prior to bad weather. Being prepared for the worst is always the best when it comes to getting ready for a storm or for a day on the water.BOATFROM PAGE 10 SUN FILE PHOTOHurricane Charley damaged many boats in Charlotte County in 2004. adno=50533110 LOW COST DENTURESSUSAN R. BROOKS, PADr. Susan R. Brooks General and Cosmetic Dentistry € Implant Dentistry € Crowns & Bridges € Fillings & Extractions € Teeth Whitening € Dentures € In O ce Same Day Denture Repair €Laser Gum TherapyNew Patients & Emergencies WelcomeSeniors Our SpecialtyŽ Financing Options Available We Accept Insurance 629-4311www.susanrbrooksdds.com O ce Hours Mon-Thurs 8AM-5PM Friday by Appointment3440 Conway BLVD Suite #2A Port Charlotte

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Page 14 Friday, May 18, 2018 After a devastating hurricane season for the United States in 2017, forecasters are predicting a near normal to slightly above-normal year with between 12 to 15 tropical storms. Of those storms, 6 to 8 are forecast to become hurricanes and 3 to 5 are forecast to become major hurricanes. Last year we had 17 tropical storms. This year may not be quite as active, but still probably normal to slightly above normal,Ž AccuWeather Atlantic Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski said. Similar to last year, sea surface temperatures are expected to remain warmer than normal across most of the basin and normal to above normal over the main developmental region, where more than 85 percent of all tropical storms form. Right now, we are in a weakening La Nia pattern, but the climate pattern is expected to go into whats called a neutral pattern, which promotes near-normal wind shear,Ž Kottlowski said. This should limit tropical development. The thing thats causing the balance to tip in one direction (this year) is that sea surface temperatures are warmer than normal,Ž he said. Warm water creates more favorable conditions for tropical development. While last year brought six impacts to the United States, including Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, this year is more likely to result in three or four. This season may not [bring] as many impacts, but Im almost afraid to tell people this because it only takes one big storm to hit you to cause massive damage,Ž Kottlowski said. We saw that from Harvey, Irma and Maria last year. If all we had was just another Irma or Harvey, that would be more than enough to cause catastrophic damage for any coastal community.Ž According to Kottlowski, conditions are ripe for early season development in the Gulf of Mexico due the warm water already in place in that part of the Atlantic basin. As for the rest of the season, historical records and the projected pattern suggest the area from Houston to Florida and up through the Outer Banks of North Carolina will be more favorable for direct impacts from tropical storms and hurricanes. Anywhere else along the coast, everybody should still be vigilant and prepare for a possible direct impact,Ž Kottlowski said. You should have a hurricane plan in action. In other words: If you had to evacuate, what would you take with you? And if you were staying home, how would you deal with a storm that may knock your power out, may knock your water service out,Ž he said. You want to prepare for the worst case scenario „ thats called having a hurricane plan. And the government and local officials do have guidelines on how to create such a plan depending on where you live.Ž2018 ATLANTIC HURRICANE OUTLOOK: 4 US impacts predicted amid another active seasonBy JILLIAN MACMATHACCUWEATHER STAFF WRITER adno=50534251 Serving the Area Boater since 2003We're ready„We're willing„We're Abel. Tahoe Luxury Pontoon DealerWe are the new and have several models in stock. Serving Sarasota, Charlotte, Lee, Desoto and Hardee Counties.Abel's Marine7341 Sawyer Circle, Port Charlotte, FL 33981941-698-4006 www.AbelsMarine.comFactory Authorized € Certi“ ed € Trained Sales & Service Authorized Dealer MAGIC TILT Trailers 2010 2009-2017

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 15For more than 10 years I have been writing columns on business issues for this newspaper. Many of them have been on the topic of business plans. This article is about a different kind of planning „ to make sure your business survives the impact of the a hurricane that strikes this area. Make similar plans for your own survival and for your home. Urge your employees to do the same. Years of hard work building a business can be blown away in a few hours if a hurricane wanders its way to where your business is located. Our area has experienced this before. Some Charlotte County businesses never recovered from the effects of Hurricane Charley. If you prepare well, and implement promptly, you can avoid that fate, or at least minimize the possibility. Your preparation can be completed in two stages. Stage one, Advance Planning and Preparation, should be done months before hurricane season. If you have not already done that, start now. Stage two, Implement the Plan, takes place in the “ve days prior to the day a storm is likely to hit. It is hard to implement a plan if you dont have one, so Stage One is a critical part of making sure your business has a better chance of surviving a hurricane.Advance preparation: planning insurance coverageYou might plan, and implement your plan, and still disaster might strike your business down. You will then need money to carry you over until you can get back in business and will need money to repair the physical damage to your facility, equipment and so on. That is why you buy insurance. Your “rst preparedness activity should be to ask your insurance agent to review your insurance coverage with you. For this purpose, you are primarily interested in property coverage including inland marine or ”ood insurance and business interruption insurance, but while you are at looking at it, consider all coverages. You may have a business owners policy that covers property, liability and business interruption in one package, or you may have separate policies. Since much of the damage from hurricanes is water damage from surges and ”ooding or from rain intruding into facilities, you should have coverage for both. Make sure that the limits are high enough and that you can cover the deductibles. Buy more if you need it, because you wont be able to do it after your operation is put out of business. Make a copy of the policies and place the original in a very safe place and the copy in another.Making listsPart of advance planning is the making of lists that contain information essential to the business survival if a storm does hit. Information you will need to use right after a storm may not be organized in a way that makes it immediately useful. Preparing lists helps organize it. Records stored on paper or in digital form at your place of business may not be accessible or may have been damaged. Lists should be kept in both paper and digital form at the business, your home and a third location, if possible. A ”ash drive is a convenient way of digital storage. The forms can be created with MS Word, MS Excel or similar programs. Forms converted to PDFs. If you have this information, you can deal with the immediate aftermath of a storm from anywhere with internet. Your lists should include employee contact information, supplier contact information, alternate supplier information, customer contact information, alternate sources for customers, major non-trade creditor information, insurance information and valuable asset information. Another set of lists should document the “rms more valuable signage, furniture, “xtures, equipment, software or other items. This should be accompanied by photographs, videos or both of each item.Preparing your business for hurricane season SCORE CounselorBill McCabe BILL | 16 "Why Pay More?" Enjoy Resort Style Living!Monthly Rent Includes:€ Transportation 6 days a week € Three Delicious Meals Daily € All Utilities (except telephone) € Housekeeping € Heated Pool € Wellness Center € Social Activities € Social Center € Full Service Salon Small Pets are Welcome2305 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33952941-629-0043 € www.myrivercommonshome.com Furnished apartment available Independent Senior Living Community adno=50533088

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Page 16 Friday, May 18, 2018 I have prepared some sample forms for making the lists. You can get a copy by sending an email to my attention at port.charlotte@ scorevoluteer.org.Safeguarding digital dataMost businesses have computers, computer programs and the data that goes with those programs. If you have not done so already, upload the data to a cloud storage service. You can buy new programs if you lose the ones you have, but “les important to the operation of your business, once lost, are gone forever. There are a number of free or very low-cost services to which you can upload your data for safekeeping. Better yet, use a paid service that automatically uploads your data to remote servers. Another way is to use SaaS, software as a service, for important functions. With this arrangement, for a monthly fee, you rent software and data storage space that reside on a server somewhere and use it via the internet. Many small businesses are now keeping their accounting records this way. If you do not want to use cloud-based data storage, buy a reliable and portable backup hard drive, and use it.Facility protectionBegin by assessing how well prepared your facility is to survive the hazards hurricanes present. Your exposure to some hazards depends on where your facility is located. Low-lying facilities and those close to the shoreline are more exposed than others. Most of our local businesses are in rented facilities. Many of them are multitenant buildings. For those businesses, making the assessment and dealing with the results of the assessment takes co-operation between landlord and tenant „ not an easy thing to bring off. However, they have a common interest. Both of their livelihoods are dependent upon continued productive occupancy of a building. Tenants should take the initiative and start a dialogue with their landlord to carry out an assessment. The hazards are: € Wind and windblown debris: Hurricane-force winds, 74 mph or more, can compromise roofs, blow in doors and windows, damage a structure or even destroy buildings. Debris, such as signs, roo“ng material, siding and small items left outside, become ”ying missiles during hurricanes contributing to or causing building damage. € Rain, ”ooding and ”ash ”oods: Hurricanes often produce widespread, torrential rains in excess of 6 inches, which may result in deadly and destructive ”oods. Torrential rains can enter through compromised roofs, windows and doors. Flooding is the major threat from hurricanes for people living inland. Flash ”ooding, de“ned as a rapid rise in water levels, can occur quickly due to intense rainfall. Longer term ”ooding on rivers and streams can persist for several days after the storm. € Storm surge and storm tide or surge: Storm surge and large waves produced by hurricanes pose the greatest threat to life and property along the coast. Storm surge is an abnormal rise of water generated by a storms winds. Storm surge can reach heights well over 20 feet and can span hundreds of miles of coastline. Storm tide is the water level rise during a storm due to the combination of storm surge and a high tide. The combination of high winds and storm tide topped with battering waves can be deadly and cause tremendous property damage along an area of coastline hundreds of miles wide. € Tornadoes: Hurricanes and tropical storms can also produce tornadoes. These tornadoes most often occur in thunderstorms embedded in rain bands well away from the center of the hurricane; however, they can also occur near the eye wall. Usually, tornadoes produced by tropical cyclones are relatively weak and short-lived, but they still pose a signi“cant threat. In your review, assess each risk and determine if there is a practical way that you can mitigate the impact of it. Long-term solutions such as structural retro“tting by replacing roo“ng, adding truss tie downs, installing roll down shutters, improving drainage on and around the facility, elevating external HVAC and electrical systems, and elevating permanent mechanical, electrical or computer equipment inside the facility would be best. Contract with a structural engineer or quali“ed contractor to make the evaluation. The necessary work and the cost of it could be spread out over a number of years. Make a plan for temporary solutions that can be put BILLFROM PAGE 15 BILL | 18 adno=54532296

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Page 18 Friday, May 18, 2018 into place in the days just before it becomes probable or possible that a hurricane will strike the area such as: boarding up windows and doors; elevating delicate computers and equipment inside the facility; covering furniture, “xtures, computers, “ling cabinets and inventory with plastic sheeting and heavy duty plastic bags; clearing the immediate area of signs and debris; clearing gutters; installing temporary drains to direct downspout ”ow away from the building; sandbagging to block surge or ”ooding and whatever other practical measure you can devise. Some of these actions require preparation and stockpiling of materials or contracting in advance with someone to do the work. Materials and contractors may be in short supply in the few days just before a hurricane. Plastic sheeting and bags can be purchased and stored. Boarding up windows requires that measurements be made, methods of attachment be determined and preferably materials be purchased, precut and stored. Tenants and landlords need to agree in advance on how they are to be attached to the building. The businesses in multitenant buildings might share the cost of a storage locker to keep materials in. If a contractor is to be used, it is best to get bids well in advance, select one and enter into a contingent contract to do the work on three day notice. Such an arrangement would be good for both parties.Advance planning and preparation „ communicationsPrepare a plan on how you are going to communicate with employees, customers, suppliers and creditors in the days just before a hurricane and afterwards if your business is put out of action by the storm. When making your lists, you should have established an alternate communications channel as well as a normal one. That includes deciding where you might go to gain access to land and wireless telephone communication and the internet if area networks are down. Designate a primary and backup number to serve as an information hotline. Employees will need to know if they are not to show up for work before the storm, and will want continuous updates on the status of things if the business is closed afterwards. Prepare a contact information card or sheet with instructions that you can give to each employee in advance of a storm. Customers and suppliers will want to know your status immediately after an event. Make a plan on how you will do that. Customers will want to make sure they know how to pay outstanding bills and suppliers will want to know how you will pay what you owe them. You will want to communicate your situation to the creditors who expect their regular monthly payments. Make sure you have a cellphone charger for your vehicle. Buy a battery-based charger as a backup to that. If power is out but cellphone service is up, you can use your vehicle as an emergency communications center. Or you can drive to a place where there is cellphone service, and do the same.Implement the plan Five days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: Check your lists of employee contact information, supplier contact information, alternate supplier information, customer contact information, alternate sources for customers, major non-trade creditor information, insurance information and valuable asset information. Update them if necessary. Update photos and videos of equipment and inventory as well. Gather up your insurance policy copies and lists in preparation for taking them with you. Notify employees of the possibility for severe weather. Review your plan with them, in particular, how you are to stay in contact. Pass out your communications information. Inspect the roof and grounds for signs, loose debris, landscaping or other items, which may become a hazard in high winds, and remove them. Check the materials and supplies you have stockpiled for securing the exterior and interior of your facility. Replenish them if necessary. If you have a contractor to board windows or do other work, contact them to make sure they are ready to do the work. Three days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: If not completed already, BILLFROM PAGE 16 BILL | 19 adno=50534315 2 0 1 8 0 5 1 8 c s h u 2 2 0 0 1 p d f 1 1 1 M a y 1 8 1 2 : 2 8 : 1 2

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 19 remove or secure all debris. Clear roof drains, gutters and downspouts of debris, to prevent water backup. Clean debris from outdoor perimeter drains, swales and drainpipes, especially in areas where water may collect such as shipping and receiving areas. Fill emergency generators with fuel and contact fuel suppliers with anticipated needs for post-storm deliveries. Ensure “re protection systems are in proper working order. Notify key customers, suppliers, and partners of your closing and contingency plans. Release your employees for at least one day so that they have suf“cient time to prepare their homes and families. You can stagger the releases if need be. Notify them of when you will make the decision on whether or not to close. Advise them to begin checking your emergency hotline or company website for updates on the status of your business. Customize messages for business website, telephone recording, employee intranet, etc. Make sure you have a cellphone charger in your car. Remind employees to make sure their cellphones are fully charged and that they have a power cord and car charger. One or two days before a possible hurricane or severe tropical storm: If the probability of a hurricane strike is high, implement your emergency plan. Notify employees, vendors and customers that you are doing so and that your operations will be disrupted. Retrieve the materials and supplies you have stockpiled for securing the exterior and interior of your facility. Board up windows, but leave doors until the last minute. If you are using a contractor to do the work, get it scheduled. Pay all wages and bills that are currently due. Issue all invoices for work completed. Back up all “les. Implement whatever plans you have in place to secure your digital data and important records. Elevate all critical equipment, “les and inventory. Cover them with heavy duty plastic sheeting and/or bags. Disconnect all electrical equipment from the power source. If it is likely that your building will be exposed to ”ooding or storm surge, seal all water entry points such as utility penetrations into the building as best you can. If you planned on sandbagging the exterior, do so. Turn off the main circuit breaker. Close gas and water valves as close to the entry point as possible. Close and lock all of“ce doors, especially perimeter of“ces. Board up the doors. Place a ClosedŽ notice on the business main entrance. Implement your communication plan. Go home or to your evacuation point and hope for the best. Take your lists, insurance policy, backup hard drives and other important documents with you.BILLFROM PAGE 18Free Estimates | Licensed & Insured | Locally Owned & Operated Since 1985 Your Clear Choice for: Hurricane Impact Resistant Windows and Doors Commercial and Store Front Windows and Doors Glass Entrance Doors; Custom Solutions Replacement Windows and Sliders Heavy Glass Frameless Shower Enclosures Vanity Mirrors, Walls and Custom Projects Improve Property Values and Increase Energy Savings LEMON B AY LEMON BAYGLASS Quality Products & Craftsmanship at Competitive Prices Hurricane Impact Windows & Doors RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Free Estimates | Licensed & Insured | Locally Owned & Operated Since 1985 ||yp Huicane Season are Y Ready? Huicane Season are Y Ready?941-475-1281 (phone) 800-642-4318 (toll free)Showroom: 2840 Avenue of The Americas Englewood, FL 34224 Monday Friday 7:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m.www.LemonBayGlass.com Replacement Windows & Sliders adno=54532300

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Page 20 Friday, May 18, 2018 € Make sure pets are vaccinated. Pet shelters will require proof of vaccinations. € If you dont have a current photograph of your pet, take one. € Each animal should have a properly sized pet carrier. Carriers should be large enough for the animal to stand and turn around. € Pack a disaster supply kit for your pet that includes: proper ID (including immunization records and a photo), ample supply of food, ample supply of bottled water, medications, muzzle, collar and leash. Its also a good idea to pack a roll of paper towels and plastic bags for cleanup and waste removal. € Include your pet in your evacuation strategy. There are few special shelters that allow pets and they are for those who have no other place to go. Other possible refuges for your pet are veterinary clinics, boarding facilities and friends or relatives homes. € If a storm is imminent, bring pets indoors well in advance. Remain calm and reassure them frequently. Put them in a carrier. € As an alternative, ask your veterinarian if they provide emergency care for pets following disasters. Obtain the numbers to several veterinarians outside your immediate area in the event your own veterinarians of“ce has to close because of the emergency. Contact a friendly neighbor and make a reciprocal agreement to take charge of each others pets in the event of an emergency when one of you is not home. Exchange cellphone numbers if you both have them, and make sure both of you know the location of your pet emergency kits. Make a list of all the aforementioned phone numbers for your emergency kit. „ Source: Charlotte Animal HospitalKEEP YOUR PETS SAFE DURING EMERGENCIES SUN FILE PHOTOCosmo Kramer wears a Thundershirt to help reduce his storm anxiety. The Thundershirts are available at local pet stores and may help keep pets calm during hurricane season.AP FILE PHOTO Maggie Kelley and her husband, Trey Adams hug their dog, Saint, after nding him amid the rubble. The two are Hurricane Katrina evacuees. Pets often are abandoned during hurricanes and natural disasters every year. $100 OFFBath Remodeling, Roofs, Decks, Siding$500 OFFRoom Additions Roo“ ng € Siding € So t & Fascia Emergency Leak RepairsLic.#CCC1326951 Lic.#CBC1255242 Lic.#HI5360 Initial Visit FREE Financing Now Available Good or Bad CreditOver 29 Years of Experiencewww.gillisconstruction.com941-625-7663 adno=50537081€ Bathrooms € Kitchens € Additions € Screen Rooms € Insulation € Painting € Drywall € Window & Door Installations € Framing € Trusses € Slabs € Garages Design & Build We Now Have 100% Financing Available!

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 21 HURRICANE TIMELINE FOR PUNTA GORDA AND CHARLOTTE COUNTYExtracted and edited from http://www.hurricanecity.com, which compiled the information from various sources: 1873, Oct. 6: A hurricane hits here after moving West in the Gulf of Mexico and abruptly turning east, with 115 mph winds from the SW. 1888, Aug. 17: A hurricane hits just south of the area, with 80 mph winds from the ESE. 1894, Sept. 25th: A hurricane hits from the south and clips just east of the area causing heavy damage, especially to crops, with winds of 105 mph. 1910, Oct. 18: A hurricane arrives from the south. Seven men are killed in fishing boats. Low pressure of 28.5 inches of mercury with winds of 110 mph. 1925, Nov. 30: A minimal hurricane comes from the southwest and passes just north with winds of 75 mph. 1926, Sept. 18: A hurricane which destroyed Miami moves just south of here, causing storm surge flooding, broken windows with some roof damage and winds of 120 mph from the ESE. 1929, Sept. 29: A hurricane coming from the SE passes just south with winds of 105 mph. 1935, Sept. 3: A hurricane that destroyed the Keys moves just west of here, moving NNW with winds of 110 mph. 1941, Oct. 6: A hurricane comes from the SE causing some storm surge flooding from the SE with winds of 110 mph. 1944, Oct. 19: A hurricane hits from the south, causing storm surge flooding here. This large system caused damage all over the state with winds of 110 mph. 1945, Sept. 16: A hurricane from the SE causes heavy crop damage in Florida while passing just east, with winds of 115 mph. 1947, Sept. 18: A hurricane passes to the south, with winds of 95 mph from the east. 1950, Sept. 4: Hurricane Easy passes to the west, with winds of 115 mph from the south. 1953, Oct. 9: Tropical storm Hazel, later rated a hurricane, hits, with winds of 85 mph. 1960, Sept. 10: Hurricane Donna strikes from the SSE with low pressure of 28.08 inches of mercury, heavy storm surge flooding and damage from wind. Water was first pulled out into the Gulf then brought back in as the eye passed north, causing heavy damage, with winds of 125 mph with gusts to 130 mph. 1966, June 9: Hurricane Alma passes to the west, with winds of 110 mph from the south. 2004, Aug. 13: Hurricane Charley makes a direct hit with 145 mph winds. It was a rather small, but powerful, hurricane with a 6to 10-mile-wide eye. There were 33 deaths attributed to the storm, with heavy destruction in Charlotte and Desoto counties from wind and storm surge. Damage of $14 billion. Conditions favored the area, as surge was less than 7 feet on the Gulf and only 1.5 feet in coastal waters, with winds of 145 mph.Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale€ Category 1 (74-95 mph winds) „ Very dangerous winds will produce some damage: Well-constructed frame homes could have damage to roof, shingles, vinyl siding and gutters. Large branches of trees will snap and shallowly rooted trees may be toppled. Extensive damage to power lines and poles likely will result in power outages that could last a few to several days. € Category 2 (96-110mph winds) „ Extremely dangerous winds will cause extensive damage: Well-constructed frame homes could sustain major roof and siding damage. Many shallowly rooted trees will be snapped or uprooted and block numerous roads. Near-total power loss is expected with outages that could last from several days to weeks. € Category 3 (111-129mph winds) „ Devastating damage will occur: Well-built framed homes may incur major damage or removal of roof decking and gable ends. Many trees will be snapped or uprooted, blocking numerous roads. Electricity and water will be unavailable for several days to weeks after the storm passes. € Category 4 (130-156 mph winds) „ Catastrophic damage will occur: Well-built framed homes can sustain severe damage with loss of most of the roof structure and/or some exterior walls. Most trees will be snapped or uprooted and power poles downed. Fallen trees and power poles will isolate residential areas. Power outages will last weeks to possibly months. Most of the area will be uninhabitable for weeks or months. € Category 5 (157 mph or higher winds) „ Catastrophic damage will occur: A high percentage of framed homes will be destroyed, with total roof failure and wall collapse. 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Page 22 Friday, May 18, 2018 Dear new neighbors: (those who havent been through a hurricane), Welcome to Paradise. Here, you dont need to shovel snow or warm up your car for 20 minutes. Here, you can golf, kayak, play tennis or read outdoors year-round. It truly is paradise. Soon, you will hear about the H-word „ hurricanes. Its not a passing media trend meant to scare you (like say, all those maneating shark stories). Its not a ploy to get you to buy hurricane shutters or supplies. Its a real, scary, nasty freak of nature. It just is. Ask any of your neighbors who went through Hurricane Charley, and theyll agree. Here are a few tips to get you through this season: € Pay attention to the news. You dont have to stalk the local meteorologists (they prefer you dont). Just keep an ear out on the local TV news and look at the headlines in the paper. You likely wont have to pay close attention throughout the season, but there will be times you start hearing about Arlene, Bret, Cindy, etc. These will be the new freaks of nature trying to move into our neighborhood. € Keep food supplies on hand. Each time you go to the grocery store, pick up an extra case of water or an extra can of corn (take advantage of two-for-one deals). This will help you be well-stocked when a storm approaches. Other helpful supplies: garbage bags, paper landscaping bags, plastic/ rubber gloves, first aid kit (youll be surprised how many times you cut/scrape yourself), bleach, paper towels, cleaning wipes, etc. € Have mosquito repellent and sunscreen on hand. Your screens may be gone and with electricity gone as well, your windows will be open for whatever breeze is available. That means mosquitoes will be your new guests. Also, youll be outside more than normal so be sure to have sunscreen and hats accessible. € Invest in shutters or some kind of window protection for your house. € If a storm is forecast to head your way, do your laundry „ especially if you have kids. Otherwise, you could be left with no electricity for a couple days and loads of dirty clothes. € Fill the bathtub right before a storm hits. Its not for bathing. You might need this to help flush your toilet (fill a one-gallon bucket and pour it into the toilet to flush it). € Take a few empty two-liter bottles and fill them with water. Put those in your freezer. It will help keep your food frozen longer. € Keep plenty of flashlights handy. You can bring in some of those outdoor solar lights as well to help illuminate the inside of your house. € Put a few cans of tire sealant in your car. The roads will be littered with nails, glass and other sharp items for months. € Please listen to any evacuation orders or other advice from your emergency management officials. To get an idea of what Hurricane Charley did to Charlotte and DeSoto counties, go to YouTube and type in Hurricane Charley.Ž There, you can scroll through about 119,000 videos showing the ferocity of the winds and the damage left in its path. Good luck, and may we all get through this hurricane season with all our supplies unused.Advice for hurricane season rookiesBy CHRISTY FEINBERGSENIOR WRITER SUN PHOTO BY CHRISTY FEINBERGIn addition to the normal supplies, be sure to have sunscreen, hats and mosquito repellent on hand during hurricane season. Call Southwest! We Do The Rest!Southwest Rescreen, inc. is a family owned & operated screening business with 10 years exp. We provide top quality material, prompt, courteous service. And Free Estimates all backed by our 5 year warranty.POOL CAGE SCREEN€ Tuff Screen € Pet Screen € No See Um Screen € Privacy Screen € All Standard Screen $1,395.00 Complete Pool RescreenUp to 1500 Sq.Ft. 941-465-2318 Licensed/Insured We accept all major credit cards www.swrescreen.wix.com/southwestrescreenPurchase a Full Rescreen Get Entry To Win A Gas Grill. Drawing Once A Month Thru October adno=50534684

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 23FOOD TO USEThe following foods are safe if you wash and sanitize their containers before use. Also wash, sanitize and peel fruits or vegetables. € Undamaged tin or aluminum cans. Be sure to wash and sanitize the food container BEFORE opening the can. € Potatoes „ Wash, sanitize, dry, peel and cook before using. € Citrus fruits „ Wash well, sanitize and peel before using. € Apples and other fruits can be sanitized, peeled and cooked before eating. Do not eat raw fruit, even if it has been sanitized.FOOD TO DISCARDDo not attempt to save the following foods if there is any chance they have come in contact with ”oodwater: € Opened containers and packages. € Unopened jars and bottles with paper seals, such as those containing mayonnaise or salad dressing. € Containers of spices, seasonings and flavorings. € Flour, sugar and coffee in canisters. € Paper, cloth, fiber or cardboard boxes, even if the contents seem to be dry. This includes salt, cereals, pasta products, rice and any sealedŽ packages of crackers or cookies within a larger paper box. € Dented, bulging or leaking tin cans. Cans that have been tossed about and are found far from their normal storage spot. Seams on these cans may have been weakened or their seals broken, causing contamination or spoilage. € Jam or jelly sealed with paraffin. € Containers with nonsealed, fitted lids, such as cocoa or baking powder. € Commercially bottled carbonated beverages, if the cap is crusted with silt. € Foilor cellophanepackaged foods. € All fresh vegetables and fruits that do not have a peel, shell or coating, that can be removed before use, such as leafy vegetables. Also, fruit with damage at the stem end that would allow water to contact the inside. € Fresh meat, fish and poultry that have been in contact with flood waters. € Home-canned foods, even if the jar seems tightly sealed.Food safety: Know what to eat, what to trash SUN FILE PHOTOBe careful with food after a storm. Wash and sanitize cans before opening. adno=50537083

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Page 26 Friday, May 18, 2018 During a hurricane emergency, leave the refrigerator and freezer plugged in and turn them up to the coldest setting as they can maintain food-preserving temperatures for up to two days after power has been lost. Open the refrigerator and freezer only when necessary to maintain food preserving temperatures for as long as possible. Use dry ice in the freezer if it is available. After placing the dry ice into the freezer, cover the freezer with blankets, quilts or some other insulated covering. Be sure the covering does not obstruct any air ventilation openings, as the power may go off unexpectedly and ventilation in the freezer will be needed. It will also help to put crumpled newspapers between the freezer and the covering. Avoid contacting the dry ice with skin. Use paper or gloves when handling the dry ice to avoid a severe burn. If the freezer stops working, the food in the freezer will stay frozen depending on: € The amount of food in the freezer. A full freezer will stay cold many hours longer than a freezer only one-quarter full. € The type of food in the freezer. A freezer full of meat will not warm up as fast as a freezer full of baked food. € The temperature of the food. The colder the food, the longer it will stay frozen. € The quality of the freezer. A well-insulated freezer will keep food frozen much longer than one with little insulation. € The size of the freezer. The larger the freezer, the longer the food will stay frozen. The following steps should be taken in the event the freezer stops working: Estimate how long the power will be off to determine how long the food will stay frozen. With the freezer closed, the food in a fully loaded freezer will usually stay frozen two days. If the food is in a freezer with less than half a load, it will probably not stay frozen for more than a day. If the food is stored in the freezer at home, refreeze the food quickly by turning the temperature control on the freezer to the coldest setting once it is operating again. Clean the freezer before re“lling it. Place the warmer packages against the refrigerated surface if possible, but stack them so air can circulate around them. After the food is well-frozen, turn the temperature control to its usual setting.If the freezer is too full, move some of the colder packages to the refrigerator, and return them to the freezer gradually.Thawing and refreezingFoods that have been frozen and thawed require the same care as foods that have never been frozen. Use refrozen food as soon as possible. Partial thawing and refreezing does reduce the quality of foods, particularly fruits, vegetables and prepared foods. Red meats are affected less than many other foods by partial thawing and refreezing. Food that has thawed may be safely refrozen if it still contains ice crystals or if it is still cold „ about 40 degrees Fahrenheit „ and has been at this temperature no longer than one or two days after thawing. Thawed fruits can be refrozen if they still taste and smell good. Fruits usually ferment when they start to spoil. A small amount of fermentation will not make fruits dangerous to eat; however, it may spoil their ”avor. Care should be taken in determining whether thawed meat and poultry should be refrozen. Meats and poultry become unsafe to eat when they start to spoil. Therefore, each package of food should be examined before determining whether it should be refrozen. If the color or odor of the thawed food is poor or questionable, dispose of it, as it may be dangerous to eat. If refreezing the thawed food is not possible, canning it may be the only practical solution to saving most, if not all, of it.Learn about freezers and food in a stormSTAFF REPORT SUN FILE PHOTOA packed freezer will stay cool longer after a power outage.Quality TV Sales & Service (941) 426-177314212 S. Tamiami Trail, North Port, FL 34287www.qualitytv.comPREM_304684 Call your local DISH Authorized Retailer today! Proudly serving North Port since 1971.Get Americas favorite entertainmentFor the best value, technology, and service with a local touch, choose your DISH Authorized Retailer.Ranked #1 in Customer Service nationally by J.D. Power and our customers. DISH Network received the highest numerical score for customer service and second highest score for overall customer satisfaction among national TV providers in the J.D. Power 2017 U.S. Television Service Provider Satisfaction Study, based on 18,685 total responses, measuring the experiences and perceptions of customers with their TV service provider, surveyed November 2016-July 2017. Your experiences may vary. Visit jdpower.com. Expires 8/31/18. adno=720639

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 27 A generator can help restore life to normal during emergencies, but its safe use requires care and planning. For example: € Always thoroughly read the manufacturers instructions. This can help avoid dangerous shortcuts and assist you in ensuring safe operation of your generator. € Keep generators away from all open windows „ including neighbors windows „ so deadly exhaust does not enter the home or business. € Be a good neighbor. If the power is out, your neighbors are probably sleeping with their windows open. Consider that the sound of your generator may not be music to everyones ears! Tip: You cant trust your senses for protection from carbon monoxide; this deadly gas is invisible and odorless. When buying a generator, also buy a batteryoperated carbon-monoxide detector. It works like a smoke alarm, sounding an alert if carbon-monoxide levels become dangerous. Here are some additional guidelines and more speci“c tips for those using portable generators and for those using stationary generators.Portable generatorsGasoline-powered generators produce deadly carbon-monoxide fumes. € Always run portable generators outside the house. € Never run generators inside a house or in a garage. € Keep generators well away from open windows, including eighbors windows. € Never connect a gener ator directly to your homes wiring. Power from a generator connected to a homes wiring will back feedŽ into utility lines, potentially injuring severely or killing a neighbor or utility crew working to restore service. Either: € Plug appliances directly into the generators outlet. € Use a heavy-duty extension cord rated for outdoor use to keep the generator safely outdoors. If the appliance has a three-prong plug, always use a three-prong extension cord. € Follow the manufacturers recommendations for grounding the generator. Or: € Hire a licensed electrician to connect the generator to your house wiring using a listedŽ transfer switch, which means it meets nationally recognized safety standards as indicated by the UL Listing Mark on the product. Having an electrician install the listed transfer switch will safely prevent your generator from back feeding utility lines, thus avoiding a safety hazard to you, your family, neighbors and utility workers, and preventing possible damage to your generator when utility power is restored. What will a small generator run?€ A small generator of about 3,000 watts can run a few lights, fans and a refrigerator. If used to start and run only one item at a time, it can run a half-horsepower pump, or a small window air conditioner of about 5,000 BTUs. € Each generator has a rated wattage, which provides a limit on the appliances it will safely power. € Follow the manufacturers recommendations for proper use and capacity. Overloading the generator can result in damage to Storing and using generators safelyPROVIDED BY FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT SUN FILE PHOTOStorm preparations include having extra gas on hand for vehicles and generators.GENERATORS | 28 Free 2nd opinion, Most insurance acceptedBest Fees in 2 Counties!adno=50534831 HURRY IN TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OURNEW PATIENT SPECIALOnly$59Includes Comprehensive Exam, X-rays and Comprehensive Cleaning D1110, D0150, D0210, D0274Dr. Gregory Brandau is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Dental Association and Florida Dental Association GREGORY J. BRANDAU, D.D.S. HARBOR FAMILY DENTALCALL FOR APPOINTMENT941-629-48042762 Tamiami Trail, Suite B, Port Charalotte, FL 33952 10% Discount for Seniors and Veterans

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Page 28 Friday, May 18, 2018 appliances it is powering. Tip: You dont need to run everything at the same time; rotating larger items allows the use of a smaller generator, which costs less to buy and is easier to move.Getting ready for storm seasonIn early spring, remove your generator from storage, drain the gasoline from the tank and dispose of it properly. Inspect the fuel line for cracks and replace if necessary. Re“ll the tank with fresh gasoline and run the generator. Add some appliances, e.g., a trouble light, hair dryer, etc., to make sure the generator is operating properly. After the generator has warmed up (about 15 minutes of running), turn off the fuel valve and run the fuel line dry. After the engine stalls, turn off the run switch, change the oil, add fuel stabilizer to the gasoline, drain the carburetor ”oat bowl (and sediment bowl, if installed) and put the generator back in storage. While you are testing the generator, inspect your extension cords to make sure theyre in good condition. Replace any cord that has damage. If you had any trouble with the generator during this test, take it to a repair shop so that it can be put in good running order before the hurricane rush.Getting started€ Never refuel a hot generator or one that is running; hot engine parts or exhaust can ignite gasoline. € Turn off all connected appliances before starting your generator. € Turn connected appliances on one at a time, never exceeding the generators rated wattage. Get the most from your generator€ Save gas by using appliances only as needed. If no appliances are running, shut off the generator. € If youre just running a few lights, using other sources may cost less than running the generator. € Dont leave a running generator unattended; turn it off at night and when away from home. Tip: Refrigerators may only need to run a few hours a day to preserve food. Using a refrigerator thermometer, aim to maintain 40 degrees in the refrigerator compartment and 0 degrees in the freezer. After storm seasonWhen storm season is over, properly store your generator so it will be ready to go next season when you need it. To store a generator until next season: € Fill the tank with fresh gasoline. € Add the proper amount of fuel stabilizer. € Drain the carburetor float bowl. € Drain the sediment cup (if one is installed). € Change the engine oil if needed. Stationary generatorsStationary generators rely on an automatic transfer switch that senses when power has been interrupted and automatically starts the generator. Conversely, when power has been restored, the generator powers off. Exercising „ Stationary (permanently installed) generators should be exercised at least twice each month for 15 to 20 minutes at a time. Its best to exercise the generator with at least 40 to 60 percent of its maximum load. If the testing is less rigorous than this, then it should be operated annually on a load bank for an extended period (see below). Load bank testing „ This is usually done at the same time as the oil change, if the generator is not tested at least twice per month with the manufacturers recommended minimum load. It is recommended to load test the generator once per year. The following are the recommended test lengths. € 100 kW and less: 1 hour € 100 to 200 kW: 2 hours € 200 kW and larger: 4 hours.FuelDiesel fuel will deteriorate with age. Under normal conditions, diesel fuel will last approximately two years. For this reason, the storage tank should be sized so that normal maintenance and testing will use up the fuel within that period. If fuel is stored for longer periods, or in high-moisture areas, a fuel GENERATORSFROM PAGE 27 GENERATORS | 29 adno=50536393

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 29 additive can be used to extend fuel life. The additive is a microbicide that will slow the growth of fuel microbes that can plug fuel filters and damage engines. LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) „ This type of gas requires on-site storage. It can be stored indefinitely. The frequency stability of spark-ignited engines is not as good as diesel. This may be a consideration when using the generator to serve loads that are frequency sensitive such as uninterruptible power supplies. Natural Gas „ Natural gas does not require on-site storage. It does have the same frequency stability problems that LPG has. Service „ Stationary generators should be looked at and, if necessary, serviced twice each year. One visit should include a thorough inspection, including system diagnostics. The other visit should include a thorough inspection, including system diagnostics, an oil change and the replacement of both the oil and fuel filters. Stationary generators work in tandem with your electrical supply in a virtually seamless operation. As convenient as these generators are, a prudent course of action is to always be prepared in the event of an emergency, particularly an extended power outage.GENERATORSFROM PAGE 28 SUN FILE PHOTOGenerators should not be run in a garage, indoors or other enclosed spaces. adno=50534840 € Medical Marijuana is now legal in Florida € Charlotte Countys rst dedicated Medical Marijuana certi cation group € Many conditions qualifyLiberate Physician Center3841 Tamiami Tr. Suite B € Pt Charlotte, Fl. 33952Call for appointment today (941) 888 3232 Service sets us apartMEDICAL MARIJUANA CERTIFICATIONS Dr. Daniel Smith M.D. Medical Director

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Page 30 Friday, May 18, 2018 1. Storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. It poses a significant threat for drowning. A mere 6 inches of fast-moving floodwater can knock over an adult. It takes only 2 feet of rushing water to carry away most vehicles „ including pickups and SUVs. 2. Storm surge can cause water levels to rise quickly and flood large areas „ sometimes in just minutes, and you could be left with no time to take action if you havent already evacuated as instructed. 3. Storm surge values do not correspond well to the hurricane wind categories (of the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale) that range from 1 to 5. These categories are based only on winds and do not account for storm surge. 4. Tropical storms, Category 1 or 2 hurricanes, major (Category 3 to 5) hurricanes, and post-tropical cyclones can all cause life-threatening storm surge. 5. Storm surge can also occur with non-tropical storms like noreasters and other winter storms. 6. Many U.S. Gulf and East Coast areas are vulnerable to storm surge, including areas up to several miles inland from the coastline. Find out today if you live in a storm surge evacuation zone. 7. Storm surge can occur before, during, or after the center of a storm passes through an area. Storm surge can sometimes cut off evacuation routes, so do not delay leaving if an evacuation is ordered for your area. 8. During the peak of a storm surge event, it is unlikely that emergency responders will be able to reach you if you are in danger. 9. Even if your community is not directly affected by storm surge, it could experience other hazards from the storm and face dangerous conditions such as impassable roads, water and sewage problems, and power outages. If power remains on, downed electrical wires can pose an electrocution risk. 10. Weather conditions and the forecast can change. Local officials could issue evacuation or other instructions for many reasons. Always follow their instructions. For more information, go to www. nhc.noaa.gov.10 FACTS ABOUT STORM SURGE DANGERS SUN FILE PHOTOThe storm surge from Tropical Storm Emily proves strong enough to reach up onto Manasota Key beach front. PHOTO PROVIDEDStorm surge at the Boca Grande Pier on Sunday. Life Care Center of Punta Gorda941.639.8771 € 450 Shreve St. LifeCareCenterOfPuntaGorda.com With our comprehensive hurricane plan, on-site generators and dedicated staff of caregivers, we're prepared to give your loved one the security and comfort they need.RAIN OR SHINEQUALITY CARE adno=50534327

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 31 Wouldnt it be nice if everyone had an all-inclusive hurricane box in the garage or the guest room closet, ready to go when hurricane season is at its peak? Actually, we should. And while it may seem like a daunting „ and expensive „ proposition to put one of these together, its a lot better if you do it one step at a time. Its like the old story about eating an elephant. You wouldnt try to do that at one sitting. (We are not endorsing elephant eating; it is just a metaphor.) To help residents complete a hurricane kit with minimal economic impact, the Charlotte County Emergency Management Of“ce produced a 12-week shopping list that allows you to methodically stock up on the things youll need in a major weather emergency. Week by week. While we appreciate the practicality of this list, it is not designed as a perfect list for everyone. Its meant to be used as a guide. Maybe you dont need all the canned meat here, if you consider youll probably use your outdoor grill to cook whats in your freezer the “rst few nights if you have to. A big plastic storage bin will work as a container, or use a cooler wrapped with a couple of bungee cords. The bungee cords may come in handy. If you start this week, you can be done by the time the heart of hHurricane season arrives in August. If you get through the season without using it, which we all hope happens, there is a lot of practical stuff here that you wont need to buy next year. And you can always count your blessings and donate the food to a local pantry. „ Source: Punta Gorda Hurricane Preparedness Brochure (with modi“cations)12-week shopping list for storm supplies WEEK 1 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 large jar of peanut butter € 1 can meat € Hand-cranked can opener € Instant coffee, tea, powdered drink € Wooden matches Other Supplies: € Flashlight/batteries € Hammers € Nails, wood screws WEEK 2 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 can fruit € Personal products € Pet food, baby food (if needed) Other Supplies: € Smoke detector/battery € Heavy work gloves € Extra flashlight batteries € Duct tape WEEK 3 € 1 gallon of water per person € 1 can vegetables € 1 jar jelly € 4 rolls toilet paper € 1 large tube toothpaste € 1 box sanitizing wipes/ hand sanitizer € Food for special diets (if needed) First aid items: € Aspirin or acetaminophen € Rolls of gauze or bandage € First-aid tape € Adhesive bandages WEEK 4 € 1 gallon of water € 1 can soup (not concentrate) € 1 can fruit € 1 can vegetables € 1 bottle of shampoo First-aid items: € Scissors € Tweezers € Antiseptic € Thermometer € Spare eyeglasses, contact lens supplies € Items for denture care (if needed) WEEK 5 € 1 can soup € 1 can meat € Liquid dish soap € Unscented liquid bleach € Mosquito repellent Other supplies: € Waterproof container for important papers € Portable radio (batteries or hand crank) € Blankets or sleeping bag for each person € Portable camp stove or grill € Stove fuel, charcoal, lighter fluid WEEK 6 € 1 large bottle of juice € Zip-storage plastic bags € 1 box snack bars € 2 rolls paper towels € Aluminum foil € Oven mitts First aid items: € Anti-diarrhea medicine € Rubbing alcohol € 2 pair latex gloves € Hydrogen peroxide € Petroleum jelly € First-aid book WEEK 7 € 1 can meat € 1 can fruit € 1 can vegetables € 1 pkg paper plates € 1 pkg eating utensils € 1 pkg paper/plastic cups Other supplies: € Whistle € ABC fire extinguisher € Pliers € Vice grips WEEK 8 € 1 can meat € 1 can vegetables € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 box tissues € 4 rolls toilet paper € 1 box energy snacks (granola bars, raisins) Other supplies: € Leash or pet carrier (if needed) € Tarps for temporary roof repair € Crowbar € Hatchet WEEK 9 € 1 box crackers € Plastic containers/lids € Safety pins € Dry cereal Other supplies: € Double-sided tape, zip ties, bungee cords € Masking tape First aid items: € Extra prescription medication € Extra hearing aid batteries (if needed) WEEK 10 € 1 box heavy-duty garbage bags € 1 box energy snacks (granola bars, raisins) € Ice chest Other supplies: € Camping or utility knife € Extra radio batteries € Local and state road maps € Window covers and fasteners WEEK 11 € 2 rolls paper towels € 1 can meat € 1 can fruit Other supplies: € 1 box disposable dust masks € Screwdriver € Plastic safety goggles € Handsaw and/or chainsaw, fuel WEEK 12 € Large plastic bags for food € Plastic wrap € Aluminum foil € Sandwich bread (freeze until needed) Other supplies: € Battery-powered camping lantern € Generator and extra fuel € Broom, mop, bucket www.southernoxygen.com € 941-639-5245129 Carmalita St. € Punta Gorda, FL 33950 Proudly Serving SWFL Since 1970€INDUSTRIAL & MEDICAL GASES €BEVERAGE & SPECIALTY GASES €HYDROSTATIC CYLINDER TESTING€ WELDING AND SAFETY SUPPLIES Store Hours: Monday thru Friday 8am 5pmBusiness delivery available from Sarasota to Naples Now Offering Propane!adno=50534252

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Page 32 Friday, May 18, 2018 Disaster preparedness is important for all animals, but it is particularly important for livestock because of the animals size and their shelter and transportation needs. If you think disasters happen only if you live in a ”ood plain, near an earthquake fault line or in a coastal area, you are mistaken. Disasters can happen anywhere and can take many different forms, from barn “res to hazardous materials spills to propane line explosions and train derailments „ all of which may necessitate evacuation. It is imperative that you be prepared to protect your livestock, whether by evacuating or by sheltering in place.Take precautions€ Make a disaster plan to protect your property, your facilities and your animals. Create a list of emergency telephone numbers, including those of your employees, neighbors, veterinarian, state veterinarian, poison control, local animal shelter, animal care and control, county extension service, local agricultural schools, trailering resources and local volunteers. € Include a contact person outside the disaster area. € Make sure all this information is written down and that everyone has a copy. € Make sure every animal has durable and visible identi“cation. € Ensure that poultry have access to high areas in which to perch, if they are in a ”ood-prone area, as well as to food and clean water. € Reinforce your house, barn and outbuildings with hurricane straps and other measures. € Perform regular safety checks on all utilities, buildings and facilities on your farm. € Use only native and deep-rooted plants and trees in landscaping (non-native plants are less durable and hardy in your climate and may become dislodged by high winds). € Remove all barbed wire, and consider rerouting permanent fencing so that animals may move to high ground in a ”ood and to low-lying areas during high winds. € Install a hand pump and obtain enough large containers to water your animals for at least a week (municipal water supplies and wells are often contaminated during a disaster). € Identify alternate water and power sources. A generator with a safely stored supply of fuel may be essential, especially if you have electrical equipment necessary to the well-being of your animals. € Secure or remove Protect livestock from hurricanesPROVIDED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRY SUN FILE PHOTOBrangus cattle stand in a pasture near Punta Gorda. Experts recommend making sure all animals have durable, visible identication before a storm hits.LIVESTOCK | 33 WILLIAM HOWARDS ALUMINUM & RESCREENING adno=50537086 Serving S.W. Florida Over 25 Yrs.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 33 anything that could become blowing debris; make a habit of securing trailers, propane tanks, and other large objects. If you have boats, feed troughs or other large containers, “ll them with water before any high wind event. This prevents them from blowing around and also gives you an additional supply of water. € If you use heat lamps or other electrical machinery, make sure the wiring is safe and that any heat source is clear of ”ammable debris. € Label hazardous materials and place them all in the same safe area. Provide local “re and rescue and emergency management authorities with information about the location of any hazardous materials on your property. € Remove old buried trash „ a potential source of hazardous materials during ”ooding that may leech into crops, feed supplies, water sources and pasture. € Review and update your disaster plan, supplies and information regularly.Sheltering in placeIf evacuation is not possible, a decision must be made whether to con“ne large animals to an available shelter on your farm or leave them out in pastures. Owners may believe that their animals are safer inside barns, but in many circumstances, con“nement takes away the animals ability to protect themselves. This decision should be based on the type of disaster and the soundness and location of the sheltering building. Survey your property for the best location for animal sheltering. If your pasture area meets the following criteria, your large animals may be better off out in the pasture than being evacuated: € No exotic (non-native) trees, which uproot easily € No overhead power lines or poles € No debris or sources of blowing debris € No barbed-wire fencing (woven wire fencing is best) € Not less than one acre in size (if less than an acre, your livestock may not be able to avoid blowing debris). If your pasture area does not meet these criteria, you should evacuate. Whether you evacuate or shelter in place, make sure that you have adequate and safe fencing or pens to separate and group animals appropriately. Work with your state department of agriculture and county extension service. If your animals cannot be evacuated, these agencies may be able to provide onfarm oversight. Contact them well in advance to learn their capabilities and the most effective communication procedure.Evacuation planningThe leading causes of death of large animals in hurricanes and similar events are collapsed barns, dehydration, electrocution and accidents resulting from fencing failure. If you own farm animals, you should take precautions to protect them from these hazards, no matter what the disaster potential for your area. Evacuate animals as soon as possible. Be ready to leave once the evacuation is ordered. In a slowly evolving disaster, such as a hurricane, leave no later than 72 hours before anticipated landfall, especially if you will be hauling a high pro“le trailer such as a horse trailer. Remember: Even a “retruck fully loaded with water is considered out of serviceŽ in winds exceeding 40 mph. If there are already high winds, it may not be possible to evacuate safely. Arrange for a place to shelter your animals. Plan ahead and work within your community to establish safe shelters for farm animals. Potential facilities include fairgrounds, other farms, racetracks, humane societies, convention centers, and any other safe and appropriate facilities you can “nd. Survey your community and potential host communities along your planned evacuation route. Contact your local emergency management authority and become familiar with at least two possible evacuation routes well in advance. Set up safe transportation. Trucks, trailers and other vehicles suitable for transporting livestock (appropriate for transporting each speci“c type of animal) should be available, along with experienced handlers and drivers. Take all your disaster supplies with you or make sure they will be available at your evacuation site. You should have or be able to readily obtain feed, water, veterinary supplies, handling equipment, tools and generators if necessary. 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Page 34 Friday, May 18, 2018 Florida Power & Light urges Floridians to be prepared and be aware of potential electrical hazards at all times, especially before, during and after severe weather. Below are electricity-related tips to keep you and your family safe during hurricane season.Before a storm threatens € Before storm season begins on June 1, have your trees properly trimmed to minimize their potential impact on your home and neighborhood. Make sure debris is cleared prior to a hurricane warning announcement when trash pickup is suspended. € Do not attempt to trim any vegetation growing on or near any overhead power lines. Only specially trained line-clearing professionals should work around power lines. Check your local listings to locate a contractor quali“ed to trim vegetation around power lines. € If someone in your home is dependent on electric-powered, life-sustaining medical equipment, review your family emergency plan for backup power or make arrangements to relocate when a storm warning is issued. Preparing for an approaching storm€ Before lowering a TV antenna or satellite dish, make sure to turn off and unplug the TV, and avoid power lines. € Turn off all swimming pool pumps and “lters, and wrap them in waterproof materials. € Turn your refrigerator and freezer to their coldest settings ahead of time to keep food fresh longer in the event of a power outage. € Turn off and unplug any unnecessary electrical equipment. € When working on a ladder, look up and note the location of power lines before you begin. Be sure that ladders or scaffolds are far enough away so that you „ and the ends of the tools youre using „ dont come within 10 feet of power lines.After the storm: When is it safe?€ Stay away from standing water and debris, which could potentially conceal a live wire. € Dont venture out in the dark, because you might not see a downed power line that could be energized and dangerous. € Watch for downed power lines. Call 911 or FPL at 1-800-4OUTAGE to report fallen power lines that present a clear and imminent danger to you or others. Do not attempt to touch any power lines, and keep your family away from them. Always assume that every power line is energized. € If your roof or windows leak, water in your walls and ceiling may come into contact with electrical wiring. Immediately turn off your circuit breakers, disconnect all electrical appliances that are still plugged in, and turn off all wall switches. Remember, never stand in water while operating switches or unplugging any electrical device. Portable generator tips€ Never run generators inside your home or garage, as they produce deadly carbon-monoxide fumes. € Keep generators away from all open windows, including neighbors windows, to prevent deadly exhaust from entering a home or business. € Buy a battery-operated carbon-monoxide alarm, which will alert you if carbon-monoxide levels become dangerous. € Always thoroughly read the manufacturers instructions to avoid dangerous shortcuts and ensure the safe operation of your generator. € Dont directly connect your generator to your homes wiring. Power from a generator connected to a homes wiring will back feedŽ into utility lines, potentially severely injuring or killing a neighbor or utility crew working to restore power. € Turn off all connected appliances before starting your generator. € Turn connected appliances on one at a time, never exceeding the generators rated wattage. € Dont touch a generator if you are wet or are standing in water or on damp ground. € Never refuel a hot generator or one that is running „ hot engine parts or exhaust can ignite gasoline. € Ensure you have plenty of gas for operation stored safely in gas containers. FPLs restoration priorities When outages occur, we know our customers want and need information about when their power will be restored. Our crews work to restore power as soon as it is safe to begin and provide our best estimates of when service will be restored. As soon as FPL detects an outage or a customer reports an outage, we deploy a restoration specialist to conduct a situation assessment. This helps us assign the right resources, workers and materials to each restoration effort and provide customers an estimate of when repairs will be “nished and when power is restored in their area. During large outages, FPL follows an overall plan that calls for restoring power to the greatest number of customers safely and as quickly as Keep your family and home safePROVIDED BY FPLSAFE | 35 adno=50537084 PAUL VOUGHT ALUMINUM PAUL 941-769-4423 We Repair Any Kind Of Wind Damage Rescreening Pool Cages & Lanais So ts € Gutters € Hurricane Shutters Lic #CRC1329865 € Insured 44 Yrs Exp.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 35 SUN FILE PHOTOA Florida Power & Light worker helps to restore power after Hurricane Charley. FPL had to replace more than 900 miles of wire, 7,000 poles and 5,000 transformers across the state due to damage caused by Charley.possible. After a strong storm or hurricane, our restoration process is as follows: FPL restores power plants and affected transmission lines and substations, which are essential to providing any electric service. Simultaneously, we restore power to electrical lines and equipment that serve critical facilities, such as hospitals, police/“re stations, water treatment plants and emergency broadcast centers. At the same time, we work to return service to the largest number of customers in the shortest amount of time „ including service to the main thoroughfares that host supermarkets, pharmacies, gas stations and other needed community services. From here, we repair the infrastructure serving smaller groups and neighborhoods, converging on the hardest-hit areas until every customer is restored. If a storm strikes, FPL will provide updated restoration time estimates and other progress reports on our website (FPL.com/storm), Twitter (twitter.com/insideFPL), Facebook (facebook.com/ FPLconnect), YouTube (youtube.com/FPL), FPLs blog (FPLblog.com) and FPLs Power Tracker (FPL.com/ powertracker). A storm preparation checklist Were prepared for storm season and urge our customers to prepare as well. Keep your family or business safe with a plan that includes evacuation routes, special medical needs, important phone numbers and supplies. The following checklist can help you and your family prepare: € Update the phone number and email address on your FPL account so we can serve you faster. When you call us, our computers recognize your phone number and automatically match it to your FPL account. € Keep a copy of your FPL bill with you. Having your FPL account number handy will help us serve you quickly. € By calling 1-800-4OUTAGE and entering your account number, you will be able to receive information through our automated system. € Call your local emergency management of“ce if you or anyone you know has special needs in case of evacuation. € Emergency operations of“cials urge residents to prepare to be self-suf“cient for up to 14 days. Keep a battery-operated radio with you and a two-week supply of fresh batteries. A battery-operated radio may be the only way you will receive emergency public information during a disaster. Also stock up on: Nonperishable food, extra batteries, medications, baby supplies, pet food, and bottled water. The American Red Cross recommends one gallon of water per person per day. Also check your emergency equipment: Flashlights, battery-operated radios, extension cords and emergency generators. € If your preparation plans include the operation of a portable generator in the event of an outage, after the storm has passed, be sure to set it up outside and connect appliances directly to it. Do not wire your generator directly to your breaker or fuse box, because the power you generate may ”ow back SAFEFROM PAGE 34into power lines and cause injuries. Its also a good idea to have a carbon monoxide alarm inside your home. € Install an approved hurricane shutter system over windows and doors, or use alternate coverings such as plywood. € Trim trees that are not near power lines and clear debris. Once a hurricane warning is announced, trash pickup is suspended. For more information on our tree trimming policies, visit FPL.com/trees. Florida Power & Light Company serves more than 4.8 million customer accounts or more than 10 million people across nearly half of the state of Florida. For more information, visit these websites: www.NextEraEnergy. com, www.FPL.com, or www. NextEraEnergyResources.com. Upright Painting LLCWe Do It Right The First TimeŽWe Are Now O ering Decorative Concrete Applications!941-286-159040 Years Experience Licensed & InsuredInterior & Exterior € Residential & Commercial € Power WashingFree Estimates € Pool Decks € Driveways € Walkways € Garages € Pavers € Apoxy Systemsadno=50537082

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Page 36 Friday, May 18, 2018How alerts are issuedBefore watches and warnings are issued, the National Weather Service, private forecasters, newspapers, radio and television stations normally try to alert the public to potential weather dangers. Often, forecasters begin issuing bulletins on hurricanes three or four days before the storm hits. Forecasters cant issue alerts for the danger of severe thunderstorms, tornadoes and ”ash ”oods that far ahead. Usually, the National Weather Services Severe Storms Forecast Center sends out alerts the day before dangerous weather is likely. Most television weathercasters highlight these alerts on the evening news the day before threatening weather. A weather radio is one of the best ways to stay tuned in to dangerous weather. These radios receive broadcasts from special National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration radio stations. NOAA is the federal agency that includes the National Weather Service. The broadcasts are from Weather Service of“ces. Broadcasts include ordinary forecasts of several kinds, including boating, farming, traveling and outdoor recreation as well as general forecasts for the area. The stations immediately broadcast all watches and warnings. Some weather radios have a feature that turns on the radio automatically when a watch or warning is broadcast. Such tone alertŽ weather radios are highly recommended for places where large numbers of people could be endangered by tornadoes or ”ash ”oods. These include schools, nursing homes, shopping center security of“ces, hospitals and recreation areas such as swimming pools. A National Weather Service website has information on weather radio, including a list of weather radio stations in each state.Weather termsHere are some of the terms most commonly used by the National Weather Service when referring to hurricanes: Tropical disturbance: A moving area of thunderstorms in the tropics with a poorly organized rotary circulation. Tropical depression: An area of low pressure, organized rotary circulation of clouds and winds to 38 mph. Tropical storm: Wellorganized counterclockwise circulation of clouds and winds 39-73 mph. The storm is assigned a name. Tropical storm watch: The possibility of winds between 39-73 mph affecting the area within 48 hours. Tropical storm warning: The likelihood of winds between 39-73 mph affecting the area within 24 hours. Hurricane: When a tropical storm reaches winds of 74 mph or more it is classi“ed a hurricane. Hurricane watch: A hurricane may threaten your area within 48 hours. Hurricane warning: A hurricane is expected to strike your area within 24 hours or less. Tornado watch: Tornadoes and severe thunderstorm are possible in your area. Tornado warning: Tornado sighted in your area, take shelter. Storm surge: The strong winds associated with hurricanes and tropical storms cause the sea level to rise above normal tidal heights, with giant wind-driven waves and strong unpredictable currents sometimes covering 50 miles. Advisory: A method for disseminating hurricane and storm data to the public every six hours. Small craft warnings are released as necessary. Special advisory: Warning given anytime there is a significant change in weather conditions or change in warnings. Intermediate advisory: A method for updating regular advisory information every STORM-SMART WEATHER VOCABULARY SUN FILE PHOTOBe careful driving after a storm. In addition to ooded streets, tree limbs, power lines and other debris could make traveling more dangerous. VOCABULARY | 37 adno=50534769 941.766.01152144 El Jobean Road, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 Family Owned & Operated Since 1986! HAPPYHOMESERVICES.NETWe work with all insurance companies! Bonded and Insured. 24 HOUR WATER AND DISASTER CLEAN UP SERVICES.

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 37 two or three hours as necessary. Coastal ”ood warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service that signi“cant wind-forced ”ooding is to be expected along low-lying coastal areas if weather patterns develop as forecast. Coastal ”ood watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service that significant wind-forced ”ooding is possible along low-lying coastal areas if weather patterns develop as forecast. Flash ”ood watch/ ”ash ”ood warning/ ”ood warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service that indicates the expected severity of ”ooding (minor, moderate or major), as well as where and when the ”ooding will begin. Eye Wall/Wall Cloud: An organized band of clouds immediately surrounding the center of a tropical cyclone. Eye wall and wall cloud are used interchangeably. Forward speed (hurricane): The rate of movement of the hurricane eye in miles per hour or knots. If you track hurricanes and use of“cial advisories for your information, be aware that Public Advisories show wind speeds in miles per hour (mph) and Forecast Advisories show wind speeds in knots (Kt). Generally 1 knot = 1.15 mph. Gale warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service when sustained winds within the range of 39-54 miles per hour are either predicted or occurring. Gale warnings are not normally issued during tropical storm situations. High wind warning: A high wind warning is de“ned as one-minute average surface winds of 40 mph or greater lasting for one hour or longer, or winds gusting to 58 mph or greater regardless of duration that are either expected or observed over land. Severe thunderstorm warning: A warning issued for a speci“c area by the National Weather Service when a severe thunderstorm has been sighted or indicated on radar. These storms are capable of producing damaging winds greater than 55 mph, frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and/ or hail. Severe thunderstorm watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service when conditions are favorable for development of severe thunderstorms. These storms are capable of producing damaging winds greater than 55 mph, frequent lightning, heavy rainfall and/or hail. Small craft advisory: A warning issued by the National Weather Service for winds from 20 to 33 knots inclusive or for sea conditions either forecasted or occurring which are considered potentially hazardous to small boats in coastal waters. Special marine warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service for hazardous weather conditions, usually of short duration, not adequately covered by existing marine warning. Such weather conditions include sustained winds or gusts of 35 knots or greater. Storm surge: The large dome of water, often 50 to 100 miles wide, that sweeps across the coastline near where a hurricane makes landfall. The surge of high water, topped by waves is devastating. The stronger the hurricane and the shallower the offshore water, the higher the storm surge will be. In the United States, most deaths from hurricanes are a result of storm surge. In this area, a storm surge of over 20 feet is possible with a Category 4 or 5 hurricane. Storm tide: If the storm surge arrives at the same time as the high tide, the water height will be even greater. The storm tide is the combination of the storm surge and the normal astronomical tide. Sustained wind: The surface wind obtained by averaging observed value over a one-minute period. Tornado: A relatively short-lived local storm, that is composed of violently rotating columns of air that descend in the familiar funnel shape from a thunderstorm system. Tornado warning: A warning issued by the National Weather Service when a tornado has been sighted or has been detected on radar. Warnings will give the location of the tornado, the area immediately affected by the warning and the direction of travel. In this area, tornadoes sometimes occur quickly and dissipate before a warning can be issued. Tornado watch: An alert issued by the National Weather Service when weather conditions are favorable for a tornado to develop and the sky should be monitored. Water spout: A relatively small tornado over a body of water with winds rarely exceeding 50 mph.VOCABULARYFROM PAGE 36 adno=50536430

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Page 38 Friday, May 18, 2018 MYTH: Only protect the windows and doors facing the ocean.Ž REALITY: Wind can come from any direction, particularly with hurricanes and tornadoes. These storms winds generally move in a circle, so depending on where the eye of the storm is located, wind can come from virtually any angle. Additionally, hurricane winds are turbulent and may change direction quickly. MYTH: Tape windows to prevent damage or shatter.Ž REALITY: This is a waste of effort, time and tape. It offers little strength to the glass and NO protection against ”ying debris. The tape will only help to keep the glass from dispersing. After the storm passes you will spend many a hot summer afternoon trying to scrape the old, baked-on tape off your windows (assuming they werent shattered). Further, taped windows can create a false sense of security. Once a hurricane warning has been issued, you would be better off spending your time putting up shutters over doors and windows. MYTH: Light candles if the power goes out.Ž REALITY: Never use candles, gas or oil lanterns during a storm. If a “re is started in your home, emergency responders may not be able to respond to your emergency. Only use ”ashlights or battery-powered lanterns during the storm. MYTH: Storm surge wont bother me „ Im two whole blocks from the beach!Ž REALITY: A storm surge is a wind-driven dome of water that rushes inland ahead of, and to the right of, the center of a hurricane. The dome can reach to 25 to 30 feet in the right place on the coastline in a Category 5 land-falling hurricane. It will NOT stop in a block, or two blocks, or in some cases, for miles. The National Hurricane Center has developed a computer model called SLOSH to predict surge inundation, which has been found to be very accurate. In a Category 1 hurricane exiting the state at Fort Myers, the surge will affect the immediate coastal area only. A Category 5 land-falling hurricane at Bonita Springs could push the Gulf of Mexico inland more than 12 miles. Remember: 90 percent of the people who die in a hurricane drown in the storm surge. Plan ahead. MYTH: Sandbags can prevent water from entering a home.Ž REALITY: Sandbags are effective when used to channel or direct water away from a home, provided they are properly “lled and maintained. Fill sandbags only half full, tamp into place and limit placement to three layers, unless a building is used as a backing or sandbags are placed in a pyramid. MYTH: Its safe to stay in a high-rise because youre above the ”ooding.Ž REALITY: Not true. The winds in a hurricane, especially a strong storm, increase dramatically with height, so the forces on windows and doors at the higher ”oors are greatly exaggerated. Its true that the interior of the second or third ”oor is normally a safe place to be, but if your high-rise is near the water, you still should leave so you dont get trapped. MYTH: The best way to keep your house from blowing apart is to leave a window open opposite the wind, so the pressure inside the house can equal the pressure outside.Ž REALITY: Also not true. The strongest forces that work on a house during a hurricane are caused by the wind speeding by the structure, creating a strong suction force on the downwind corners. Low pressure (suction) is created on the lee side of the house. Opening a window there can lower the pressure inside the house as well, subjecting it to higher stress, not less. Keep all windows closed, locked and shuttered.DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN MYTH AND REALITY SUN FILE PHOTOLighting candles during a hurricane may provide light, but candles also may become a re hazard.

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Page 39 Friday, May 18, 2018€ Park your vehicle in a closed garage. € If you have a vehicle that wont “t in the garage, park it outside, tightly against the garage door. Get a generic or custom car cover to protect it during the storm. € Fill up the gas tank. € Keep a cellphone charger for the car handy. With no electricity, you can charge your cellphone this way. € Keep a toolbox in the trunk. € Have several cans of tire sealant available, as nails will be on the roads. € Keep your spare tire in”ated and keep the tools change it in the vehicle. € Do not drive through ”ooded roads. € Do not run the vehicle in the garage.PREPARE YOUR VEHICLES BEFORE THE STORM SUN FILE PHOTOAvoid driving through ooded streets after a storm. For All Your Primary Care NeedsDAVID S. BALLESTAS, M.D., P.A. & ASSOCIATES INTERNAL MEDICINEDr. David S. BallestasWelcome to the Medical Pavilion Clinic. Come and see why thousands of area residents have entrusted us with their primary healthcare. Our skilled medical providers and medical staff have been providing excellent and prompt primary medical care for the community since 1984. our services... Preventative Care and Flu ShotsAlso Weight Loss and Pneumonia Care MEDICAL PAVILION WALK IN CLINIC2525 Harbor Blvd., Suite 102 € Port Charlotte, FL941.629.9190 € WWW.MEDICALPAVILIONCLINIC.NETMonday-Friday 8AM 7PM € Saturday 9AM 3PM€ FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE € Physical Exams € Women's Health € Hypertension € ECHOs € Impotence € Minor Surgical Procedures € Arthritis € Allergies € Diabetes € X-Rays € Stress Test € Weight Loss € Workers Compensationadno=50533083

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Page 40 Friday, May 18, 2018 R W K A S R E E F C W E C N S B A M I A X C R V L I C Q M A F Q F C R N T A N L K Y B I R W D S A E K L I S E Y O H C A Q O P R E E G E M C S J O H N G F O H R L L O P A T T Y A V O L X I N A D I N E P B O E E F R E N Y B B E D X R Y U L E N E R Z O F U E W U N P X T N S G M S U D G E V C B U K S E D Q A L B E R T O B A C C F L D N A Z P G X O T E H A O H E M A I L L I W O G R R B S U H O G J C Q P N A I Y H K H I H V I E Q T Y U S S L Z J G M LALBERTO BERYL CHRIS DEBBY ERNESTO FLORENCE GORDON HELENE ISAAC JOYCE KIRK LESLIE MICHAEL NADINE OSCAR PATTY RAFAEL SARA TONY VALERIE WILLIAM2018 ATL ANTIC TROPICAL STORM AND HURRICANE NAMES WORD SEARCH

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 41 Hurricane season can be a very stressful time for all Floridians, especially children. Stress and reactions to stress are a natural response to any disaster. Its important for all family members to know how to react in an emergency, because when a disaster strikes, the best protection is knowing what to do. The following are some ideas for helping your children be prepared in case a hurricane approaches your area. There are also tips for dealing with some of childrens fears about hurricanes. Childrens fears can stem from their imaginations. It is important to take their feelings seriously. Words and actions can provide reassurance to a child who feels afraid. When talking to your child, be sure to present a realistic picture that is both honest and understandable.Before the hurricaneThe following suggestions will serve as guidelines to help you prepare for a hurricane or other disaster: € Talk with your children about the dangers of disasters that are likely in your area and how to prepare for each type. Make sure they know where to go in your home to stay safe during a tornado, hurricane or other disasters likely for your area. € Go through steps for safety, show them the most protected areas of the house where they can wait out the storm, etc. € Explain to children how and when to call for help. Keep emergency phone numbers where family members can “nd them. € Agree on a meeting place away from your home (a neighbor or relatives house or other location) where you would get together if you were separated in an emergency. Give each family member an emergency list with the name, address and phone number of the meeting place. For children who are old enough, help them to memorize the persons name, address and phone number. € Put together a disaster supplies kit for your family, and children can help develop the family disaster plan. They can make their own plan for things that are important to them, such as how they will occupy themselves without electricity and how they will contact friends post-disaster. € Allowing children to participate in the planning prior to a hurricane makes them feel useful and more con“dent. € Provide a child with his or her own ”ashlight; this will help as a comfort and security measure.Coping techniquesUnderstand that children may not be able to verbalize their fears and anxieties, and will naturally look to their parents or caregivers for reassurance. They will take their cues on how to act or react from an adult caregiver, the more assured they are the faster they overcome anxieties. One of the biggest fears children have is that of being left alone. Try to include them in planning and listen to children who are afraid. Do not minimize their fears or feelings; understand that they will need reassurance and attention. Its okay to let children know that you are afraid too. By sharing your feelings it shows that you are hearing what they are saying and that you understand. You may need to repeat over and over the same answer; this provides a reassuring pattern that children need in stressful times. Encourage children to talk and verbalize their fears. This creates an atmosphere of understanding and acceptance. Encourage young children to draw pictures to express their feelings.After the hurricaneStress reactions may appear in your children days, weeks or even months after a hurricane or disaster. This is a normal part of coping and recovery for a child. If the symptoms last longer than two weeks and are intense, arrange for professional help. Get back into a routine as quickly as possible. Scheduled meal times, bedtime, and play times tell children that a sense of normalcy is back and things are under control. It provides for a sense of security and often revitalizes a family. Common signs and symptoms of stress in children are: € Persistent fears, such as being left alone, the dark, strangers, loud noises and weather. Regressive behavior like sucking their thumb, wetting their pants when they are potty trained and excessive crying. € Sadness € Nightmares € Extreme disobedience € Inability to concentrate. If you are concerned about the mental well-being of your child, contact your childs health care provider.Help prepare children for severe weatherPROVIDED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH adno=50533114Charlotte Compassionate Care Center Can help you regain your Quality of Life 3109 Tamiami Trail Suite #2 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Thursdays 8:30 am 4:30 pmCall For appointment941-889-6936 941-286-8705Dr. James Bentley, MDWith Medical Marijuana See us at booth #44

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Page 42 Friday, May 18, 2018Vital supplies€ Water: at least 1 gallon daily per person € Food: nonperishable packaged or canned food, juices, dry milk; foods for infants or the elderly; snack foods. Plastic bottles or juice pouches hold up better in ice chests than cardboard juice boxes. € Formula, diapers and other baby items. € Medicines, prescription drugs. € Non-electric can opener. € First aid kit. € Cash „ Banks and ATMs may not be open or available for extended periods. € Battery-operated radio or TV. € Flashlights or lanterns. € Extra batteries. € Keys. € Pet care items „ proper identification, immunization records, medications, ample supply of food and water, a carrier or cage, muzzle and leash. € Important documents „ insurance polices, medical records, bank account numbers, Social Security card, important phone numbers, family contacts „ all in a waterproof container. € Fire extinguisher.Helpful items€ Cooking tools, fuel. € Disposable plates, utensils and cups. € Disposable washcloths and towels. € Blankets and pillows. € Clothing „ seasonal, rain gear, sturdy shoes. € Toiletries, hygiene items, moisture wipes, sanitizing wipes. € Toys, books and games. € Fuel „ make sure car is filled; keep extra in proper gas cans. € Filled propane tanks for grill. € Ice and ice chest. A plastic one will not sweat onto carpets or floors like Styrofoam ones sometimes do. € Matches. € Non-electric clock. € Sterno. € Plastic dropcloth. € Cellular phone with extra batteries and/or car charger. € Portable generator. € Extension cords. € Tool kit. € Sunscreen. € Insect repellent. € Yard gloves for cleanup. € Extra chlorine for pools. € Current credit card checks, in case large expenditures are needed and credit cards arent accepted. € Trash bags.PREPARE FOR 3 TO 7 DAYS OF SUPPLIES ARW Ocer: Aerial Reconnaissance Weather Ocer AFOS: Automation of Field Operations and Services ASOS: Automated Surface Observing Systems AST: Atlantic Standard Time (EST + 1 or same asEDT) AVN: AViatioN run of the NCEP Medium Range Forecast (MRF) AWIPS: Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System AOC: Army Operations Center, Pentagon ARC: American Red Cross ARES: Amateur Radio Emergency Services ARRL: American Radio Relay League CARCAH: Chief, Aerial Reconnaissance Coordination, All Hurricanes CDT: Central Daylight Time CLIPER: CLImatology and PERsistence (statistical track forecast model) CONUS: Continental United States CP: Continental Polar (dry [continental] and cold [polar] airmass) CST: Central Standard Time DAE: Disaster Assistance Employee DAC: Disaster Application Center DCO: Defense Coordinating Ocer DFO: Disaster Field Oce DOC: Department of Commerce EAS: Emergency Alert System EBS: Emergency Broadcast System EDT: Eastern Daylight Time EICC: Emergency Information and Coordination Center (FEMA) EMS: Emergency Medical Services EMWIN: Emergency Managers Weather Information Center EOC: Emergency Operations Center EOP: Emergency Operations Plan ERT: Emergency Response Team (FEMA) ERT-A: Advance Element of the Emergency Response Team (FEMA) ESF: Emergency Support Function EST: Emergency Support Team (FEMA) / Eastern Standard Time FAST: Field Assessment Team FCO: Federal Coordinating Ocer (FEMA)National Hurricane Center and emergency management acronyms ACRONYMS | 48 adno=50534065 Prestigehomecenters.com/puntagordaZACK from $ 55,995 / 1060 sq. ft. 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath*Includes delivery, setup, steps, skirting, air conditioning & 7-year warranty. Bank Financing & Insurance available.Wind Zone III Hurricane Construction Included Many other models and ” oor plans available!PrestigeHOME CENTERS, INC.Replacement Homes are Our Specialty!4465 Duncan Rd. (Hwy 17N), Punta Gorda, off Exit 164941-637-1122 € 877-507-1122 M-F 9-6 € Sat. 9-5 € Sun. 12-5

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Friday, May 18, 2018 Page 43How are storms named?Since 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originated by the National Hurricane Center. They are now maintained and updated through a strict procedure by an international committee of the World Meteorological Organization. The six lists are used in rotation and recycled every six years, i.e., the 2013 list will be used again in 2019. The only time there is a change in the list is if a storm is so deadly or costly that the future use of its name on a different storm would be inappropriate for reasons of sensitivity. If that occurs, then at an annual meeting by the WMO committee (called primarily to discuss many other issues) the offending name is stricken from the list and another name is selected to replace it. Several names have been retired since the lists were created. If a storm forms in the off-season, it will take the next name on the list based on the current calendar date. For example, if a tropical cyclone formed on Dec. 28, it would take the name from the previous seasons list of names. If a storm formed in February, it would be named from the subsequent seasons list of names. In the event that more than 21 named tropical cyclones occur in the Atlantic basin in a season, additional storms will take names from the Greek alphabet.Storm identification: The names behind the hurricanes AP PHOTOHurricane warning ags. HISTORY OF NAMING STORMS Hurricanes in the West Indies were named based on which saints day the storm struck. According to Ivan R. Tannehills Hurricanes,Ž there was Hurricane Santa Ana, which struck Puerto Rico on July 26, 1825; and San Felipe (the first) and San Felipe (the second) both struck Puerto Rico on Sept. 13 in 1876 and 1928. Toward the end of the 19th century, Australian meteorologists began naming tropical storms after women, according to Tannehill. During World War II, the notion of naming storms after women became common, especially among Air Force and Navy meteorologists, according to the National Weather Service. In 1953, the United States began using womens names. By 1978, mens names were added to the list of Eastern North Pacific storms. The Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico followed the following year. The World Meteorological Organization uses six lists of names in rotation now. The same lists are reused every six years, unless a name is retired. Then, a new name is added.NAMES | 47 WE LISTEN SO YOU CAN HEAR.Services include:Diagnostic Hearing Testing Tinnitus Evaluation & Treatment Hearing AidDispensing & Repair Assistive Listening Devices Batteries & SuppliesDr. Ricardo Gauthier PERSONAL SERVICE (941) 505-0400100 Madrid Blvd., Suite 214, Punta Gorda www.harboraudiology.net 2003-2017 adno=50534316

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Page 44 Friday, May 18, 2018 SOLUTION TO WORD SEARCH ON PAGE 40 Always check the media and its social media sites as well as county emergency management online pages “rst to determine which shelters are open during an emergency. In most cases, not all shelters will open at the same time. If you do go to a shelter, try to take these items with you: € Pillows, blankets, air mattresses and sleeping bags. € Extra clothing, shoes and eyewear. € Medication for you and your pet if you bring one € Cellphone chargers. € Personal hygiene items such as a toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, toilet paper, towels and soap. € Important papers, especially those proving residency, in waterproof containers. € Pet supplies, if youre going to a pet-friendly shelter (not all of them are): food, water, and clean-up bags. VENICEThere are plans in the works for Sarasota County to potentially bus Venice evacuees to shelters in North Port and Sarasota. € Taylor Ranch Elementary School, 2500 Taylor Ranch Road € Venice Community Center, 326 S. Nokomis Ave. This location is unauthorized by Sarasota County. SARASOTA€ Ashton Elementary School, 5110 Ashton Road € Bishop Nevins Academy, 4830 Fruitville RoadHURRICANE SHELTERS IN YOUR AREA SUN FILE PHOTOIts important to make sure you have everything you will need to be comfortable for a couple of days. SHELTERS | 45 adno=50533978 € Storm Shutters € Impact Windows € Impact Doors and SlidersMaterials all meet or exceed Miami Dade County codes.Punta Gorda 3941 Tamiami Trail 941-575-9799

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A -AAC Hldgs AAC ... ... ...dd 13.06 5.99 101 11.58 +28.7AAR AIR .30 .6 27 47.56 33.60 210 46.60 +18.6ABB Ltd ABB .76e 3.2 ... 28.67 21.92 1601 23.91 -10.9ABM ABM .70 2.3 19 45.12 29.87 374 30.28 -19.7ADT Inc n ADT ... ... ... 9.12 6.93 3924 7.00 -10.5AES Corp AES .52 4.2 11 12.45 9.86 5026 12.28 +13.4AFLAC s AFL 1.04 2.3 14 46.19 36.84 2569 45.41 AG MtgeIT MITT 1.90 10.3 6 19.95 16.31 196 18.44 -3.0AG Mtg pfA MITTpA 2.06 8.1 ... 25.91 24.88 0 25.56 +.8AG Mtg pfB MITTpB 2.00 7.9 ... 25.65 24.50 2 25.39 +.2AGCO AGCO .60 .9 28 75.95 58.12 608 65.08 -8.9AH Belo AHC .32 7.0 ...dd 5.87 4.35 48 4.60 -4.2AK Steel AKS ... ... 21 7.04 4.00 19900 4.71 -16.8AMC Ent AMC .80 4.8 ...dd 25.60 10.80 793 16.60 +9.9AMCON DIT .72 .7 11 113.60 80.95 97.00 -.9AMN Hlth AMN ... ... 22 68.20 34.71 662 56.70 +15.1ARC Docu ARC ... ... 14 4.84 2.04 142 2.17 -14.9ASA Gold ASA .04e .4 ...q 12.99 10.12 50 10.41 -8.0AT&T Inc T 2.00f 6.2 12 39.80 31.17 19038 32.30 -16.9AT&T 66 n TBB ... ... ... 26.72 24.47 205 25.10 -3.8A10 Ntwks ATEN ... ... ...dd 8.88 5.63 174 6.20 -19.7AU Optron AUO .18e ... ... 5.35 3.72 1826 4.21 +1.2AVX Cp AVX .46 2.9 ...dd 20.22 14.51 268 15.82 -8.6sAXA EqH n EQH ... ... ... 21.69 20.39 14211 21.60 +1.0AZZ Inc AZZ .68 1.6 23 58.20 39.50 382 41.25 -19.3Aarons AAN .12 .3 9 49.77 34.03 641 40.58 +1.8AbbottLab ABT 1.12 1.8 27 64.60 43.10 3588 60.77 +6.5AbbVie ABBV 3.84f 3.7 19 125.86 64.80 7324 105.04 +8.6AberFitc ANF .80 2.9 ...dd 29.20 8.81 3584 27.15 +55.8AbdAsPac FAX .42 9.3 ...q 5.29 4.42 420 4.50 -7.8AbdAustEq IAF .70e 11.5 ...q 6.77 5.85 25 6.07 -4.7AbdnChile CH .58e 6.6 ...q 9.64 6.98 344 8.85 -.9AbdGlbInc FCO .84 10.2 ...q 9.48 8.14 36 8.22 -6.8AbdEMSmC ABE .21e 1.4 ...q 15.82 12.70 14.69 +1.0AbdGChina GCH .03e .2 ...q 14.02 10.65 12.37 -.7AbdnIndo IF .52e ... ...q 8.18 6.88 7.13 -6.7AbdnIsrael ISL .35e 1.1 ...q 21.97 18.10 18.68 -2.4AbdJapnEq JEQ .48e .7 ...q 9.89 8.31 19 9.10 +.9AbdnLatA LAQ 1.21e 1.8 ...q 30.00 22.51 26.38 -1.3AbSingaFd SGF 1.09e 8.0 ...q 13.89 10.86 13.59 +9.4AcadIBD50 FFTY ... ... ...q 35.94 26.70 32.13 -3.2AcadiaRlt AKR 1.08 4.6 20 30.63 21.34 600 23.72 -13.3Accenture ACN 2.66 1.7 27 165.58 119.10 1800 154.08 +.6AccoBrds ACCO .24 1.9 21 13.98 10.35 572 12.35 +1.2AcmeU ACU .44 2.0 20 29.40 19.00 8 21.75 -7.1AcornInt rs ATV ... ... ... 28.50 9.33 1 26.59 +50.7ActiniumP ATNM ... ... ...dd 1.50 .33 546 .38 -42.8Act Rep n GOP ... ... ... 23.61 19.73 22.40 +4.3Act Dem n DEMS ... ... ... 21.58 20.01 21.08 -.8Act TxR n TAXR ... ... ... 22.50 19.42 136 21.59 +1.0Actuant ATU .04 .2 76 27.95 21.50 321 24.45 -3.4Acuity AYI .52 .4 13 208.83 109.98 399 117.02 -33.5Acushnet n GOLF ... ... ... 24.70 15.16 155 23.57 +11.8AdaDvsEq ADX 1.32e 1.3 ...q 16.11 14.06 140 15.26 +1.5AdamsNR PEO 1.32e 1.0 ...q 21.48 16.90 104 20.58 +3.7AdmRsc AE .88 1.9 ...dd 50.59 32.80 13 47.00 +8.0Adecaogro AGRO ... ... ... 11.47 7.20 1590 8.28 -19.9Adient n ADNT 1.10 1.9 ... 86.42 54.11 491 56.56 -28.1AdtalemGl ATGE .36 .8 18 50.15 30.15 297 46.00 +9.4AdvAuto AAP .24 .2 22 151.35 78.81 855 119.03 +19.4AdvDisp n ADSW ... ... ... 25.71 21.50 819 23.45 -2.0AdvDrainS WMS .28 1.1 22 28.15 17.90 126 25.85 +8.4Advansx n ASIX ... ... ... 46.51 27.93 191 37.76 -10.2AdvOil&Gs AAV ... ... 6 7.35 2.70 162 3.10 -27.9AdvClayCv AVK 1.13 7.4 ...q 16.80 14.62 51 15.27 -3.8AdvCCvII AGC .56 9.9 ...q 6.49 5.40 57 5.68 -5.2AdvClEnh LCM .84 10.6 ...q 8.87 7.73 17 7.91 -5.1AdSDorWr AADR .32e .5 ...q 64.00 45.81 19 59.54 +1.2AdvPerHY HYLD 3.54e 9.5 ...q 37.20 35.62 50 37.13 +2.7AdSNewT n FNG ... ... ... 24.13 19.60 13 21.44 -.1AdvSh ef n CWS ... ... ... 32.47 27.57 32.18 +2.7AdvS Kor n KOR ... ... ... 32.69 26.11 0 30.31 -2.2AdvSmCap SCAP ... ... ... 38.17 30.53 36.50 +4.3AdvPacFlt FLRT 1.56e ... ...q 50.07 48.78 49.17 -.3AdvSSage HOLD .41e .4 ...q 101.80 99.03 0 99.27 AdvNtMS MINC 1.34e 2.8 ...q 48.92 47.80 5 48.00 -.8AdvSStarG VEGA ... ... ...q 31.97 28.75 1 31.15 +1.0Adv GlEch n GIVE ... ... ... AdvTrTabs TTFS .47e .7 ...q 75.63 63.86 3 68.97 -3.5AdvMeidll MATH ... ... ...q 35.56 29.45 33.00 -2.3AdMadGBd FWDB .73e 2.9 ...q 27.29 24.20 3 25.38 -1.9AdMadIntl FWDI .37e 1.2 ...q 33.10 26.66 0 31.79 +2.3AdMadDm FWDD .18e .3 ...q 57.19 47.30 0 53.99 +1.0AdvActBear HDGE ... ... ...q 9.03 7.43 87 8.15 +3.9Aecom ACM ... ... 11 39.90 30.15 796 33.73 -9.2AegeanMP ANW .08 2.8 8 10.80 1.75 100 2.90 -32.6Aegon AEG .25e 3.6 ... 7.48 4.81 844 6.92 +9.8Aegon cap AEH 1.59 6.1 ... 26.32 25.40 21 25.87 +.2Aegon 6.5 AED 1.63 6.3 ... 26.47 24.55 22 25.77 -.7Aegon t AEB .77 3.1 ... 25.44 23.55 16 24.83 +2.6Aegon42 AEK 2.00 7.9 ... 27.04 25.50 25.28 -4.7sAerCap AER ... ... 9 56.11 43.19 869 55.80 +6.1Aerocntry ACY ... ... 3 17.34 9.98 11 15.55 +2.0AerohiveN HIVE ... ... ...dd 6.50 3.02 254 4.08 -30.0AerojetR AJRD ... ... ...dd 36.25 20.17 595 27.89 -10.6Aetna AET 2.00 1.1 17 194.40 140.24 1458 177.47 -1.6AffilMgrs AMG 1.20 .7 13 216.99 151.39 225 167.33 -18.5Agilent A .60 1.0 73 75.00 55.85 5634 61.94 -7.5Agnico g AEM .44 ... 41 51.86 37.35 739 43.83 -5.1AgreeRlt ADC 2.16f 4.3 23 53.65 43.74 245 50.00 -2.8Air Inds AIRI .60 37.3 ... 2.83 1.15 16 1.61 -4.7AirLease AL .40 .9 6 50.70 35.61 494 44.71 -7.0AirProd APD 4.40f 2.6 25 175.17 140.78 697 166.54 +1.5AirPrd wi APD/WI ... ... ... 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... 89.81 73.85 403 77.02 -3.2Allergan AGN 2.88 1.9 10 256.80 142.81 1806 155.25 -5.1Allergn pfA AGNpA 55.00 10.1 ... 907.69 541.23 543.50 -7.3Allete ALE 2.24 3.0 22 81.24 66.64 285 74.38 AlliCAMun AKP .70 5.5 ...q 14.02 12.49 28 12.84 -5.5AlliData ADS 2.28 1.1 13 278.33 192.02 557 209.68 -17.3AlliBNtlMu AFB .75 6.0 ...q 14.22 12.32 99 12.43 -7.2AlliOne rs AOI ... ... ...dd 30.70 9.85 140 18.45 +39.2AlliBGlbHi AWF .84 7.2 ...q 13.12 11.60 166 11.65 -8.7AlliNYMun AYN .67 4.7 ...q 14.29 AlliBern AB 2.57e 9.4 13 28.15 20.75 620 27.30 +9.0AlliantEg s LNT 1.34f 3.3 20 45.52 36.84 1472 40.89 -4.0AlliGlCvInc NCV .78 11.5 ...q 7.28 6.41 220 6.80 -3.3AlliGblCv2 NCZ .69 11.6 ...q 6.49 5.70 248 5.97 -3.9AlliNFJDv NFJ 1.20 9.3 ...q 13.81 12.29 294 12.95 -.8AlliGlEqCv NIE 1.52 7.1 ...q 22.60 19.03 78 21.50 +1.8Allz24Tgt n CBH ... ... ... 10.05 8.75 49 9.30 +2.2AllnzgDI&Cv ACV 2.00 8.7 ...q 23.58 20.03 43 23.11 +5.8AlldCap47 AFC 1.72 6.6 ... 26.24 25.14 20 25.94 +1.8AllisonTrn ALSN .60 1.4 15 45.69 32.93 1449 43.04 -.1Allstate ALL 1.84 1.9 14 105.36 84.25 1365 95.62 -8.7Allstat pfA ALLpA 1.41 5.6 ... 26.43 24.63 9 25.16 -1.7Allstate 53 ALLpB 1.28 5.0 ... 28.29 25.10 48 25.67 -2.2Allstat pfC ALLpC 1.69 6.6 ... 27.74 25.48 16 25.66 -1.4 Allstat pfD ALLpD 1.66 6.4 ... 27.98 25.60 11 25.94 -1.7Allstat pfE ALLpE 1.66 6.4 ... 27.70 25.70 42 25.91 -1.3Allstat pfF ALLpF 1.56 6.0 ... 27.83 25.02 8 26.07 -2.0AllyFincl ALLY .52 2.0 11 31.29 18.26 3748 26.63 -8.7AlmadM n AAU ... ... ... 1.53 .71 197 .75 -27.5AlpUSQVal QVAL 1.35e 4.4 ...q 33.51 24.72 28 30.69 -.1AlpValuIntl IVAL 1.35e 4.1 ... 35.03 29.78 10 32.90 -.5AlpMoIntQ IMOM ... ... ...q 33.00 25.69 4 30.32 -.2AlpMoUSQ QMOM ... ... ... 31.67 24.73 31.02 +8.5AlpArcVl n VMOT ... ... ... 31.39 24.95 35 29.61 +2.2AlphaPro APT ... ... 17 4.25 2.70 19 3.35 -16.3AlpGDDiv AGD .78 7.4 ...q 11.55 9.85 10.61 -1.8AlpGPPrp AWP .60 9.3 ...q 6.98 5.75 6.43 -4.6AlpTotDiv AOD .69 7.6 ...q 10.03 8.39 9.03 -4.6AlpsETF GRI 1.52e 3.5 ...q 47.47 40.28 1 43.17 -3.9AlpsEqSect EQL 1.83e 2.6 ...q 73.29 63.26 3 69.16 -.5AlpDisrTc n DTEC ... ... ... 29.82 24.40 58 27.67 +9.8AlpBzSoMed BUZ ... ... ... 36.29 27.49 5 35.42 +10.6AlpsRivFlex RFFC ... ... ... 35.25 30.68 6 33.46 -3.7Alps RivDiv RFDA ... ... ... 33.92 27.87 6 32.20 +1.7tAlpRvrCare RFCI ... ... ... 26.24 23.78 3 23.80 -3.6AlpRivUncn RFUN ... ... ... 26.57 25.08 3 25.23 -3.1AlpSprtJG SGDJ ... ... ...q 38.94 27.95 8 29.95 -10.9AlpMedBrk SBIO ... ... ...q 37.20 24.10 46 36.88 +12.5AlpSprotG SGDM .12e .6 ...q 22.94 18.32 9 19.38 -6.4AlpWkplEq EQLT .42e 1.2 ...q 39.15 32.53 2 36.45 +.6AlpEDvDg EDOG .73e 3.1 ...q 27.38 22.87 4 23.53 -7.4AlpAlerEn ENFR 1.35e 6.2 ...q 24.50 19.24 3 21.66 -6.2AlpIntDvDg IDOG 1.47e 5.1 ...q 30.26 26.05 24 28.64 AlpBarr400 BFOR .25e .6 ...q 44.22 36.66 3 43.14 +3.8AlpRivStInc RIGS .30e 1.2 ...q 25.76 24.34 24 24.52 -2.5AlpsDvDog SDOG 1.40e 3.1 ...q 49.27 41.57 94 44.72 -2.4AlpAlerMLP AMLP 1.35e 13.1 ...q 12.38 9.01 11539 10.33 -4.3Alteryx n AYX ... ... ... 39.21 17.74 2893 31.93 +26.4Altice n ATUS ... ... ...dd 35.29 16.25 3929 20.23 -4.7AltisrcAst AAMC ... ... ...dd 116.00 55.00 1 63.75 -21.9AltisResid RESI .60 5.8 ...dd 14.84 9.87 10.37 -12.6Altria MO 2.80f 5.1 17 77.79 53.91 7885 54.87 -23.2AlumChina ACH ... ... ... 23.54 11.26 49 13.90 -22.5ATrFn pfA AFSIpA 1.69 9.4 ... 25.28 13.96 8 18.06 -12.3AmTrF pfB AFSIpB 1.81 9.9 ... 25.23 12.92 2 18.25 -16.5AmTrF pfC AFSIpC 1.91 10.2 ... 25.57 14.91 8 18.65 -17.1AmTrF pf F AFSIpF ... ... ... 24.19 13.93 24 18.04 -12.1AmTrF pfE AFSIpE ... ... ... 26.09 14.80 5 20.78 -9.3AmTrFn 7.5 AFST ... ... ... 27.79 23.30 7 24.67 -4.7AmTrFn 55 AFSS 1.81 7.5 ... 26.36 21.41 9 24.15 -3.4AmTrF pfD AFSIpD 1.88 10.0 ... 25.46 14.42 11 18.73 -15.6AmberRd AMBR ... ... ...dd 10.29 6.14 151 9.55 +30.1Ambev ABEV .05e .9 10 7.43 5.30 23808 5.80 -10.2Ameren AEE 1.83 3.3 20 64.89 51.89 1589 55.94 -5.2Ameresco AMRC ... ... 18 13.20 5.25 88 11.20 +30.2AMovilL AMX .17e 1.0 12 19.91 15.63 4071 16.82 -1.9AmMovl A AMOV ... ... ... 19.87 15.52 6 16.71 -1.7AmAssets AAT 1.08f 3.1 22 41.69 30.62 290 34.55 -9.6AmAxle AXL ... ... 4 20.27 13.38 1473 15.95 -6.3AmCampus ACC 1.84f 4.9 37 49.26 34.52 1316 37.60 -8.4sAEagleOut AEO .55f 2.4 20 22.03 10.23 6112 22.54 +19.9AEP AEP 2.48 3.7 17 78.07 63.32 3653 66.15 -10.1AEqInvLf AEL .24f .8 17 35.79 23.02 552 28.54 -7.1AmExp AXP 1.40 1.4 16 102.96 75.98 2135 100.59 +1.3AFnclGrp AFG 1.40 1.3 19 121.69 95.19 261 109.86 +1.2AFnclGp 54 AFGE 1.56 6.1 ... 27.53 25.20 7 25.75 -1.8AFnclGp 55 AFGH 1.50 5.9 ... 28.40 25.00 5 25.54 -2.6AHm4Rent AMH .20 1.0 ... 23.23 18.39 2202 19.90 -8.9AHm4R pfC AMHpC 1.38 4.8 ... 29.10 27.85 28.36 -.3AHm4Rn pfD AMHpD 1.63 6.4 ... 27.73 24.61 5 25.32 -7.5AHm4R pfE AMHpE 1.59 6.4 ... 27.53 24.53 8 24.78 -7.5AH4Rn pfG AMHpG 1.47 6.4 ... 26.38 22.27 5 22.96 -8.8AHm4R pfF AMHpF ... ... ... 26.27 22.43 14 23.15 -9.4AIG wt AIG/WS ... ... ... 24.50 16.33 20.10 +10.9AmIntlGrp AIG 1.28 2.4 ...dd 67.30 49.57 4591 53.71 -9.9AmLorain ALN ... ... ...dd .52 .14 197 .16 -9.1AMidstrm AMID 1.65 14.7 ...dd 15.25 9.42 400 11.20 -16.1AmrRlty ARL ... ... ...dd 21.57 7.25 14 16.51 +28.5AmRenAs n ARA ... ... ... 24.07 9.91 229 15.83 -9.0AmShrd AMS ... ... 13 4.25 2.25 8 2.70 +4.0AmStsWtr AWR 1.02 1.9 29 60.00 44.12 146 54.34 -6.2AmTower AMT 3.00f 2.2 40 155.28 125.24 1840 136.47 -4.3ATowr pfB AMTpB 5.50 4.7 ... 135.99 114.00 117.60 -6.5AVangrd AVD .08 .4 40 24.00 16.70 107 21.35 +8.7AmWtrWks AWK 1.82f 2.3 35 92.37 75.50 692 80.52 -12.0AmerSilvr n USAS ... ... ... 3.65 Amerigas APU 3.80 9.2 34 48.37 39.41 238 41.38 -10.5Ameriprise AMP 3.60f 2.6 12 183.90 118.84 963 139.91 -17.4AmeriBrgn ABC 1.52 1.8 10 106.27 71.90 1018 85.99 -6.3Ametek AME .36 .5 31 79.32 59.56 1161 74.92 +3.4AmiraNatF ANFI ... ... ... 7.05 1.62 823 2.27 -45.6Ampco AP ... ... ...dd 18.60 8.49 37 9.90 -20.2Amphenol APH .92f 1.0 36 93.62 72.35 1007 88.35 +.6AmpioPhm AMPE ... ... ... 4.95 .38 405 2.49 -38.8AmpSrLn n YESR ... ... ... 28.57 23.85 24.73 +1.4AmpDivOpt DIVO ... ... ... 30.56 25.82 5 28.63 -1.3AmplOil n AMLX ... ... ... 15.25 9.17 9.61 -15.7Ampliph rs APHB ... ... ...dd 2.05 .67 273 1.09 +7.9Amrep AXR ... ... 9 7.71 6.20 2 7.16 +2.0sAnadarko APC 1.00 1.4 82 70.25 39.96 4621 70.32 +31.1Anadrk 18 AEUA 3.75 11.6 ... 46.26 28.60 386 32.30 -6.8Andeavor ANDV 2.36 1.7 41 144.08 82.01 1367 140.71 +23.1AndeavLog ANDX 4.42f 10.0 22 55.21 40.66 403 44.23 -4.2Anf DvAlt n DALT ... ... ... 10.57 9.62 0 10.03 -1.3tAnglogldA AU ... ... ... 12.40 8.50 3580 8.52 -16.4ABInBev BUD 3.19e 3.4 23 126.50 92.97 1333 93.93 -15.8Anixter AXE ... ... 14 88.85 56.25 226 62.20 -18.2Annaly NLY 1.20 11.7 12 12.73 9.95 8849 10.26 -13.7Annaly pfC NLYpC 1.91 7.5 ... 26.34 25.00 10 25.58 +.4Annaly pfD NLYpD 1.88 7.4 ... 26.27 24.06 9 25.46 +.4Annaly pfG NLYpG 1.63 6.8 ... 24.83 23.35 23 23.82 -3.9Annaly pfF NLYpF ... ... ... 26.59 24.54 32 25.29 -2.1Annaly pfE NLYpE 1.91 7.6 ... 25.89 25.12 25.26 Antero n AMGP .16e .9 ... 22.87 14.85 414 17.84 -9.5AnteroMid AM 1.56f 5.6 21 35.55 24.20 198 27.65 -4.8AnteroRes AR 1.00 5.2 40 22.68 16.31 2328 19.32 +1.7Anthem ANTM 3.00 1.3 15 267.95 174.96 819 232.40 +3.3Anthem un ANTX 2.63 4.6 ... 64.78 47.02 56.86 +1.5Anworth ANH .60 12.5 10 6.35 4.55 326 4.80 -11.8Anwrth pfA ANHpA 2.16 8.2 ... 28.19 25.35 4 26.18 -1.0Anwrth pfB ANHpB 1.56 6.1 ... 30.92 24.60 25.39 -7.5Anwrth pfC ANHpC 1.91 7.6 ... 25.49 24.46 1 25.05 -.4Aon plc AON 1.60f 1.1 28 152.78 126.88 1077 139.99 +4.5Apache APA 1.00 2.3 27 51.45 33.60 1806 42.66 +1.0AptInv AIV 1.52 3.9 ...cc 46.72 37.97 985 39.31 -10.1AptInv pfA AIVpA 1.72 6.6 ... 27.80 25.56 25.95 -5.3ApolloCRE ARI 1.84 10.0 11 19.26 17.56 912 18.37 -.4ApoCRE pfA ARIpA 2.16 ... ... ApoCRE pfC ARIpC ... ... ... 25.89 24.80 7 25.27 -2.1ApolloGM APO 1.95e 6.5 10 37.35 25.61 532 30.07 -10.2ApollG pfA APOpA 1.60 6.4 ... 26.62 23.98 41 25.15 -4.3ApolloI 43 AIY 1.72 6.8 ... 26.86 25.13 4 25.18 -3.4ApollSrFlt AFT 1.08a 6.5 ...q 18.69 16.08 95 16.59 +2.3ApolloTact AIF 1.20a 7.7 ...q 16.59 15.37 79 15.65 -.6AppHReit n APLE 1.20 6.5 29 20.19 16.72 941 18.39 -5.7ApldIndlT AIT 1.20 1.7 19 75.40 54.00 274 71.30 +4.7Aptargrp ATR 1.28 1.4 27 96.39 79.97 258 93.54 +8.4sAptiv APTV .22 .2 19 96.91 70.51 1280 97.86 +15.4AquaAm WTR .82 2.5 25 39.55 31.50 391 33.37 -14.9Aquantia n AQ ... ... ... 18.49 9.60 351 12.00 +5.9Acquavnt n WAAS ... ... ... 17.70 10.87 62 13.73 -11.5Aramark ARMK .42 1.1 19 46.09 36.29 1204 38.14 -10.8ArborRT ABR 1.00f 11.0 7 9.51 7.88 5086 9.12 +5.6Arbor prA ABRpA 2.06 8.1 ... 25.98 24.81 7 25.50 +.6ArborR pfB ABRpB 1.94 7.7 ... 25.95 24.59 1 25.30 -1.0ArborR pfC ABRpC 2.13 8.3 ... 26.68 25.51 5 25.72 -1.8ArborRT 21 ABRN 1.84 7.3 ... 25.87 25.02 25.26 -.7ArcLogist ARCX 1.76 10.7 23 17.17 13.85 16.51 ArcelorM rs MT .10p ... 9 37.50 19.59 1447 36.21 +12.1ArchCoal ARCH 1.60 2.0 8 102.61 60.13 250 80.35 -13.8ArchDan ADM 1.34 3.0 18 46.25 38.59 3419 44.52 +11.1Archrock AROC .48 4.1 32 13.01 8.25 1437 11.85 +12.9Arconic ARNC .24 1.3 ...dd 31.17 16.66 3198 18.01 -33.9Arconic pf ARNCp 3.75 4.3 ... 92.00 85.00 87.25 +1.6 Arconic pfB ARNCpB 2.69 6.9 ... 42.08 38.33 38.90 ArcosDor ARCO ... ... 35 10.80 7.28 3073 7.40 -28.5ArcusBio n RCUS ... ... ... 19.67 13.26 143 16.19 -5.9Ardaugh n ARD .56 3.1 ... 24.54 17.43 63 18.04 -14.5ArdmoreSh ASC ... ... ...dd 9.05 6.40 210 8.00 AresCmcl ACRE 1.12f 8.3 12 13.86 11.96 148 13.54 +5.0AresDyCr ARDC 1.40 8.5 ...q 16.60 15.48 70 16.55 +.8AresMgmt ARES 1.18e 5.4 15 25.95 17.25 224 21.90 +9.5AresMg pfA ARESpA 1.75 6.6 ... 27.43 25.31 4 26.68 +.7Argan AGX 1.25e ... 7 69.95 36.30 245 39.50 -12.2ArgoGp42 AGIIL 1.63 6.4 ... 25.51 25.00 3 25.44 +.7ArgoGpInt AGII 1.08b 1.8 13 65.90 48.83 133 61.10 +14.0AristaNetw ANET ... ... 50 311.67 141.05 629 249.13 +5.8ArkInnova ARKK ... ... ...q 45.35 27.10 205 43.07 +16.2ArkIndInno ARKQ ... ... ...q 37.14 27.57 27 34.46 +4.6ArkGenom ARKG ... ... ...q 30.51 19.97 126 28.23 +15.3ArkWebX.O ARKW .94p .7 ...q 55.31 32.60 183 53.23 +15.5Ark 3dPr n PRNT ... ... ... 27.21 22.65 3 25.15 +3.2Ark IsrTc n IZRL ... ... ... 22.04 19.16 3 20.60 +1.2ArlingAst AI 2.20 20.1 6 15.03 9.90 493 10.94 -7.1ArlingAst23 AIW 1.66 7.0 ... 25.45 23.58 23.67 -3.1ArlingAst25 AIC 1.69 7.0 ... 24.97 23.04 4 24.00 -1.0ArlAsst pfB AIpB 1.75 7.1 ... 25.85 22.97 1 24.66 -1.1ArmadaHof AHH .80 5.8 18 16.00 12.67 212 13.73 -11.6ArmrR pfA ARRpA 2.06 8.2 ... 25.83 23.71 3 25.19 -1.0ArmrR pfB ARRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.37 24.09 8 24.89 -.5ArmourR rs ARR 2.72 12.1 5 27.60 21.40 456 22.52 -12.4ArmsFloor AFI ... ... 63 19.38 12.03 104 13.28 -21.5ArmstrWld AWI ... ... 14 64.60 41.20 369 59.10 -2.4ArmstW wi AWI/WI ... ... ... 41.30 ArrwDJYld GYLD 1.59e 9.1 ...q 19.24 16.98 9 17.54 -2.5ArrowEl ARW ... ... 11 87.26 72.31 717 75.00 -6.7ArwQVMEq QVM ... ... ...q 30.15 24.63 27.35 -1.3ArtisanPtr APAM 2.40a 7.4 22 41.45 27.55 322 32.50 -17.7AskanoG g AKG ... ... ... 2.21 .43 605 1.22 +72.8AsburyA ABG ... ... 10 76.40 49.10 396 70.45 +10.1AshfordHT AHT .48 7.0 ...dd 7.28 5.42 381 6.82 +1.3Ashfrd pfD AHTpD 2.11 8.2 ... 26.00 25.06 4 25.80 +2.5AshfHT pfF AHTpF 1.84 8.0 ... 25.50 22.21 6 23.05 -9.3AshfrH pfG AHTpG 1.84 7.9 ... 25.44 22.23 15 23.15 -7.8AshfrdH pfH AHTpH 1.88 8.0 ... 25.47 22.44 7 23.63 -7.0AshfrdH pfI AHTpI 1.88 8.0 ... 25.16 22.62 13 23.42 -6.7Ashford AINC ... ... 21 109.82 47.03 3 81.67 -12.2Ashland ASH .90m 1.2 43 77.16 59.80 948 76.51 +7.5AsiaPc APB .61e 2.1 ...q 15.71 12.17 1 14.14 -1.9AsiaTigr GRR .07e .6 ...q 11.49 9.95 10.92 +4.9AspenAero ASPN ... ... ...dd 5.58 3.99 17 5.00 +2.5AspenIns AHL .96 2.2 ...dd 52.40 34.80 370 43.40 +6.9Aspen pfC AHLpC 1.49 5.9 ... 28.99 25.21 46 25.37 -7.0AspIns pfD AHLpD 1.41 5.8 ... 26.60 23.71 14 24.43 -5.2AscBnc pfC ASBpC 1.53 5.9 ... 27.50 25.28 3 25.78 -5.1AsscBc pf D ASBpD ... ... ... 26.65 24.08 7 25.01 -3.7AsscdBanc ASB .60 2.2 18 27.25 20.95 1013 26.80 +5.5AsdBan wt ASB/WS ... ... ... 2.80 AssocCap n AC .20 .5 ... 38.85 32.20 46 38.05 +11.6Assurant AIZ 2.24 2.4 37 106.99 84.34 1870 93.94 -6.8AssuredG AGO .64 1.8 7 45.73 32.97 624 35.54 +4.9AsdGMu01 AGOpB 1.72 6.7 ... 26.49 25.36 2 25.85 -.6AsdGMu02 AGOpE 1.56 6.2 ... 26.82 24.81 2 25.36 -3.0AsdGMu03 AGOpF 1.40 5.6 ... 25.68 24.13 3 24.92 -.6AsteriasBio AST ... ... ...dd 3.75 1.20 486 1.65 -26.7AstraZen s AZN 1.37e 3.8 9 36.75 28.43 3442 36.50 +5.2AtHomGr n HOME ... ... 58 37.27 18.40 530 35.89 +18.1Atento SA ATTO .34p ... 14 12.90 6.68 284 7.60 -25.1Athene n ATH ... ... ... 55.22 45.15 1361 46.29 -10.5AtkoreInt n ATRK ... ... ... 24.48 15.05 822 20.60 -4.0AtlPwr g AT .12 ... ...dd 2.60 1.80 258 2.30 -2.1ATMOS ATO 1.94f 2.3 16 93.56 76.46 442 85.88 AurynRs n AUG ... ... ... 3.00 1.24 69 1.28 -22.3AutoNatn AN ... ... 12 62.02 38.20 683 46.91 -8.6Autohome ATHM ... ... 17 107.54 40.65 449 105.21 +62.7Autoliv ALV 2.32 1.6 23 153.84 104.56 311 145.30 +14.3AutoZone AZO ... ... 14 797.89 491.13 326 647.93 -8.9Auxilio n AUXO ... ... 32 5.35 3.12 3.47 AvalonHld AWX ... ... ...dd 3.64 1.83 6 2.17 +8.5AvalonBay AVB 5.88f 3.7 21 199.52 152.65 690 159.50 -10.6Avangrid n AGR 1.73 3.3 39 54.55 43.13 356 51.75 +2.3AvayaHl n AVYA ... ... ... 23.76 19.08 1946 22.60 +13.0AveICSFd ACP 1.44 10.5 ...q 14.93 13.31 13.72 -2.2AveryD AVY 2.26f 2.1 28 123.67 82.50 588 107.89 -6.1Avianca AVH .18e 2.3 ... 9.76 6.37 59 7.91 -1.5AvinoSG g ASM ... ... ... 1.89 1.14 178 1.36 +1.5Avista AVA 1.49f 2.8 29 52.83 41.21 528 52.44 +1.8Avon AVP ... ... 19 3.89 1.85 3615 1.88 -12.6Axalta AXTA ... ... ... 38.20 27.77 2474 31.95 -1.3AXIS Cap AXS 1.56 2.7 ...dd 66.52 47.43 636 58.54 +16.5AXIS pfD AXSpD 1.38 5.7 ... 25.98 23.79 9 24.00 -4.9AxisCap pfE AXSpE ... ... ... 25.85 23.39 54 24.26 -3.6Azul n AZUL ... ... ... 35.05 19.85 711 22.35 -6.2AzurePwr n AZRE ... ... ... 18.10 12.53 6 15.50 +9.2B -B&G Foods BGS 1.86 6.8 8 41.20 22.00 660 27.20 -22.6B2gold g BTG ... ... 68 3.30 2.31 2990 2.71 -12.6BB&T Cp BBT 1.50a 2.7 17 56.31 41.17 2841 55.31 +11.2BB&T pfD BBTpD ... ... ... 25.79 24.87 22 25.51 +.2BB&T pfE BBTpE 1.41 5.6 ... 25.68 24.49 46 25.11 -.6BB&T pfF BBTpF 1.30 5.3 ... 25.64 23.50 22 24.76 -1.1BB&T pfG BBTpG 1.30 5.3 ... 25.85 23.57 22 24.68 -1.9BB&T pfH BBTpH 1.41 5.5 ... 27.33 24.95 22 25.53 -5.4BBVABFrn BFR .25e 1.4 ... 27.45 14.55 352 17.71 -29.7BBX Cap n BBX .03 .3 ... 10.17 5.87 367 9.09 +14.1BCE g BCE 3.02 ... ... 49.06 41.01 686 42.37 -11.7BG Staffing BGSF 1.20f 5.8 24 22.49 14.26 84 20.75 +30.2BGCPtrs 42 BGCA 2.03 7.9 ... 26.73 25.05 6 25.84 -.2sBHP BillLt BHP 1.66e 3.2 ... 51.52 33.42 2494 51.47 +11.9sBHPBil plc BBL 1.66e 3.5 ... 46.79 28.73 1374 47.05 +16.7BP MidPt n BPMP ... ... ... 23.00 16.83 121 20.67 +.5BP PLC BP 2.38 5.1 25 46.99 33.90 4865 46.71 +11.1BP Pru BPT 3.60e 13.7 4 27.95 18.65 296 26.30 +30.8BRF SA BRFS ... ... ... 15.50 5.95 1494 6.36 -43.5BRT BRT .80f 6.4 11 13.99 7.36 22 12.44 +5.5tBT Grp s BT .99e 7.2 ... 21.16 13.96 1164 13.79 -24.3BWX Tech BWXT .64f .9 34 72.18 45.79 490 68.35 +13.0B&W Ent n BW ... ... ...dd 12.06 1.61 1659 2.81 -50.5BabShDHi BGH 1.84 9.8 ...q 20.83 18.35 49 18.84 -2.8BadgerMtr s BMI .52 1.2 38 52.10 38.20 145 42.75 -10.6BakHuGE n BHGE .72f 2.0 ...cc 38.59 25.53 2877 36.85 +16.5BallCorp s BLL .40 1.0 20 43.24 35.60 2220 38.15 +.8Ballanty BTN ... ... ...dd 7.35 3.95 3 5.05 +8.6BanColum CIB 1.27e 2.7 ... 51.38 36.38 1145 46.75 +17.9BancCalif BANC .52 2.8 14 23.40 17.10 612 18.75 -9.2BcCalif pfC BANCpC 2.00 7.7 ... 27.25 25.46 1 25.97 -1.0BcCalif pfE BANCpE ... ... ... 28.59 24.70 5 25.72 -2.6BcCal pfD BANCpD 1.84 7.0 ... 27.08 25.58 10 26.19 -1.4BcBilVArg BBVA .27e 3.5 ... 9.54 7.63 2102 7.81 -8.1BcoBrades s BBDO .02r .3 ... 11.90 7.00 8.15 -3.3BcoBrad s BBD .06a .7 ... 11.98 7.12 8145 8.88 -4.7BcoLatin BLX 1.54 5.5 14 30.50 25.51 95 27.86 +3.6BcoMacro BMA ... ... ... 136.10 69.95 772 79.40 -31.5tBcoSantSA SAN .21e 3.4 ... 7.57 6.29 8611 6.31 -3.5BcoSBrasil BSBR .29e 2.9 6 12.11 7.18 1009 9.99 +3.3BcSanChile BSAC .85e 2.6 ... 35.09 23.93 269 33.10 +5.9BcoChile BCH 2.12e 2.2 ... 106.50 72.57 30 96.20 -.3BcpSouth BXS .56 1.6 ... 35.55 27.20 478 34.20 +8.7Bcp NJ BKJ .24 1.4 27 18.55 15.15 1 17.10 -6.3BancFd pfA BCVpA 1.34 ... ... BancrftFd BCV 1.27e 5.9 ...q 24.19 19.66 10 21.60 -.7BkofAm BAC .48 1.5 18 33.05 22.07 43426 31.06 +5.2BkAML pfI BMLpI 1.59 6.3 ... 26.39 25.26 14 25.42 -2.2BkAML pfJ BMLpJ 1.02 4.3 ... 24.60 22.64 14 23.74 +1.6BkAm pfD BACpD 1.55 6.1 ... 26.25 25.32 256 25.42 -1.7BkAm pfE BACpE 1.02 5.1 ... 25.09 23.03 33 23.76 -.3BkAm pfI BACpI 1.66 6.5 ... 26.87 25.00 25.70 -2.9BkAm pfL BACpL 72.50 5.7 ... 1352.71 1187.95 3 1268.00 -3.9BkAm pfW BACpW 1.66 6.4 ... 27.53 25.85 119 25.99 -4.3BkAm pfY BACpY 1.63 6.2 ... 27.39 25.82 59 26.34 -2.5BkAm wtA BAC/WS/A ... ... ... 19.88 9.95 19.73 +12.4BkAm wtB BAC/WS/B ... ... ... 3.29 .51 3.24 +51.4BkAm pfA BACpA ... ... ... 27.51 25.25 104 25.47 -6.3BkAm pfC BACpC ... ... ... 27.83 25.41 54 25.89 -5.6BkAML pfL BMLpL 1.02 4.4 ... 25.30 22.14 50 23.04 -2.0BkAML pfH BMLpH .77 3.5 ... 23.11 20.09 6 22.14 +2.5BkAML pfG BMLpG .77 3.5 ... 22.97 20.31 4 22.20 +2.5Bk of But n NTB 1.28 2.6 ... 49.36 31.36 183 48.32 +33.1BkHawaii BOH 2.40f 2.8 19 89.09 74.72 144 85.33 -.4BkMont g BMO 3.71e ... ... 84.71 66.75 172 79.19 -1.0BkNYMel BK .96 1.7 14 58.99 46.49 3120 57.06 +5.9BkNYM pfC BKpC 1.30 5.2 ... 26.39 23.75 15 25.13 BkNova g BNS 3.28f ... 10 66.78 55.80 578 63.11 -2.2BankUtd BKU .84 2.0 16 43.84 30.37 780 41.81 +2.7BarHarbr s BHB .80f 2.6 20 32.94 25.09 25 30.19 +11.8How to read the stock tablesSTOCK GLOSSARY „ bt primary exchange listing BATS cld issue has been called for redemption by company d new intraday 52-week low g dividends paid in Canadian funds, PE not shown h -Does not meet continued-listing standards lf late ling with SEC n stock was a new issue in the last year the 52-week high and low gures are calculated from their start date pf preferred stock issue pr preferences rs stock has undergone a reverse stock split, decreasing outstanding shares by at least 50 percent within the past year rt right to buy security at a specied price s historical prices have been adjusted for a split or distribution of 20 percent or more in the last 12 months. wi trades will be settled when the stock is issued wd when distributed wt warrant, allowing a purchase of a stock u new intraday 52-week high un unit, including more than one security v Trading halted on primary market vj company in bankruptcy, receivership or being reorganized under the bankruptcy law this appears in front of the name DIVIDEND FOOTNOTES: a: Extra dividend(s) paid, but are not included; b: Annual rate plus stock dividend; c: Dividend from a liquidating company; e: Declared or paid preceding 12 months; f: Annual rate, increased on last declaration. i: Declared or paid after dividend or split; k: Declared or paid this year, an accumulative issue with dividends in arrears; r: Declared or paid in last 12 months plus stock dividend; m: Annual rate, reduced on last declaration. p: Initial dividend, annual rate unknown; yield not shown. t: Paid in stock in preceding 12 months, estimated cash value on ex-dividend or ex-distribution date PE footnotes q stock is a closed-end fund no P/E ratio shown cc P/E exceeds 99 dd loss in last 12 months 1 „ Name of stock. 2 „ Ticker Symbol company trades under. 3 „ Dividend: A distribution of the companys earnings to shareholders, usually consisting of stock dividends, interest on bonds, or short-term capital gains on the sale of securities usually paid quarterly in the form of cash or stock.4 „ Div. Yield: The dividend divided by the stock price. It helps gauge how well the stock is paying, compared to other investments such as CDs, bonds or savings accounts. 5 „ Price to earnings ratio: The price of a stock divided by its earnings per share. PEs are used to gauge the relative worth of a company stock. When compared to other companies in the same industry, the companies with the lowest PEs are generally earning higher prots.6 „ Range of closing prices in last year.7 „ Sales in thousands (10 = 10,000 shares), and closing price.8 „ Last trading price of the day. 9 „ Percent change for the year. st Arrows, indicate new highs or lows. Underline: indicates top 100 stocks by volume rank. Bold stocks designates which stocks have gone up or down 5% XYZcorp XYZ 1.20 3.6 17 34.09 27.27 2780 33.72 +20.7 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg 2 1 3 4 5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg6 7 9 Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg8 Continued on next pageAdvanced 1865 Declined 989 New Highs 127 New Lows 51 Vol. (in mil.) 3,173 Pvs. Volume 3,258 2,061 2,087 1880 954 146 65 NYSE NASD Stocks Recap 23,000 24,000 25,000 26,000 27,000 NM DJFMA 23,520 24,260 25,000 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 24,768.93 Change: 62.52 (0.3%) 10 DAYS 6,600 6,900 7,200 7,500 7,800 NM DJFMA 6,960 7,220 7,480 Nasdaq compositeClose: 7,398.29 Change: 46.67 (0.6%) 10 DAYSDOW 24801.19 24672.79 24768.93 +62.52 +0.25% s s t +0.20% DOW Trans. 10760.70 10610.64 10702.54 +86.87 +0.82% s t s +0.85% DOW Util. 680.65 671.65 674.05 -6.12 -0.90% t t s -6.82% NYSE Comp. 12764.55 12706.74 12743.79 +39.16 +0.31% s s t -0.51% NASDAQ 7413.32 7356.16 7398.29 +46.67 +0.63% s s s +7.17% S&P 500 2727.76 2712.17 2722.46 +11.01 +0.41% s s s +1.83% S&P 400 1949.96 1932.00 1943.81 +13.14 +0.68% s s s +2.28% Wilshire 5000 28380.33 28200.25 28322.99 +125.12 +0.44% s s s +1.90% Russell 2000 1620.64 1601.03 1616.37 +16.03 +1.00% s s s +5.27% HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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BrVxMdT rs VXZ ... ... ...q 24.92 16.42 165 18.76 +7.2B iPVxST rs VXX ... ... ...q 56.92 25.59 26545 35.81 +28.3BarcWomLd WIL ... ... ...q 70.29 60.60 64.50 -3.9BaringsCp s MCI 1.20 7.9 ...q 16.36 14.70 18 15.22 -.3BaringsPt MPV 1.08 7.2 ...q 15.40 13.83 20 15.04 +6.7BarcDisab RODI ... ... ...q 70.27 64.29 70.00 B&N Ed n BNED .60 9.8 ...dd 11.12 4.99 283 6.11 -25.8BarnesNob BKS .60 11.5 ...dd 8.41 4.10 538 5.20 -22.4Barnes B .64f 1.1 56 72.87 52.42 271 60.26 -4.8Barnwell BRN ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.62 12 1.75 -15.9BarrickG ABX .12 .9 28 18.35 11.07 3881 13.20 -8.8BasicEnS XYZ ... ... ...dd .45 BasicEn n BAS ... ... ... 29.78 12.72 253 15.00 -36.1Baxter s BAX .76f 1.1 33 72.58 56.83 2126 70.74 +9.4BaytexE g BTE ... ... 8 4.85 2.13 2617 4.60 +53.3BeazerHm BZH ... ... 17 23.24 11.95 819 14.82 -22.9BectDck BDX 3.00f 1.3 91 248.39 183.17 1030 224.87 +5.0BectDk pfA BDXA ... ... ... 63.84 54.18 433 58.86 +1.7Belden BDC .20 .4 11 87.15 53.65 657 56.89 -26.3Belden pfB BDCpB ... ... ... 114.45 74.97 8 80.08 -22.3Belltrx g rs BXE ... ... 1 3.77 .99 46 1.26 -26.7Belmond BEL ... ... ...cc 14.20 10.30 543 11.65 -4.9Bemis BMS 1.24 2.9 17 49.84 40.60 742 42.65 -10.8BenchElec BHE .15p ... 19 35.80 25.75 256 27.55 -5.3Berkley WRB .56 .7 17 79.74 62.00 204 76.45 +6.7Berkley pfB WRBpB 1.41 5.9 ... 26.21 23.67 5 24.06 -4.6Berkly pfC WRBpC ... ... ... 27.24 24.45 35 24.80 -5.3Berkly pfD WRBpD 1.44 5.9 ... 26.92 24.10 12 24.56 -5.3BerkHa A BRK/A ... ... 24 326350.03 246200.50 0 296300.00 -.4BerkH B BRK/B ... ... 27 217.62 163.94 2926 197.83 -.2BerkHBcp BHLB .88 2.3 17 40.10 32.85 229 38.20 +4.4BerryPlas BERY ... ... 18 61.71 47.35 1669 47.70 -18.7sBestBuy BBY 1.80f 2.3 24 79.08 50.29 2976 78.51 +14.7Best Inc n BSTI ... ... ... 13.25 8.08 1112 11.31 +25.9BigLots BIG 1.20f 2.8 12 64.42 39.48 1070 43.05 -23.3BiglariHld BH ... ... 8 443.80 290.05 342.26 -17.4BioAmber BIOA ... ... ...dd 2.88 .16 .16 -60.0sBioRadA BIO ... ... 77 287.56 208.95 259 291.71 +22.2BioRadB BIO/B ... ... 71 284.25 210.71 275.05 +15.4BiohvnPh n BHVN ... ... ... 39.51 16.50 453 29.95 +11.0BioPhrmX BPMX ... ... ...dd .75 .10 2215 .19 +73.6BioTime BTX ... ... 3 3.50 2.08 277 2.24 +4.2BioTime wt BTX/WS ... ... ... .46 .11 .19 +52.0BirksGrp BGI ... ... ... 2.77 1.01 28 1.18 -9.2BitautoH BITA ... ... 31 54.42 18.47 973 23.37 -26.5BlkHillsCp BKH 1.90f 3.3 17 72.02 50.49 403 56.76 -5.6BlkHCp un BKHU ... ... ... 78.74 56.40 50 62.31 -5.8BlKnight n BKI ... ... ... 53.00 42.70 1791 50.25 +13.8BlkStMin n BSM 1.25 6.8 18 19.03 15.12 165 18.25 +1.7BlackBerry BB ... ... 20 14.55 8.47 1861 11.61 +3.9BlackRock BLK 11.52f 2.2 22 594.52 393.00 475 533.90 +3.9Blrk22Gl n BGIO ... ... ... 10.20 9.20 72 9.24 -5.7BlkBldAm BBN 1.58 7.3 ...q 23.96 21.38 194 21.58 -6.9BlkCA18 BJZ .33 2.2 ...q 15.35 14.37 3 14.81 +1.7BlkCAIT BFZ .87 6.7 ...q 14.81 12.83 53 12.97 -5.9BlkCorBd BHK .78 6.1 ...q 14.26 12.75 121 12.83 -8.6BlkCpHiY HYT .84 8.0 ...q 11.47 10.41 189 10.53 -3.7BlkCrdAllo BTZ .97 7.8 ...q 13.66 12.24 192 12.33 -7.4BlkDbtStr rs DSU .82 7.3 ...q 11.86 11.26 193 11.31 -3.3BlkEngyRs BGR 1.32 8.7 ...q 15.50 12.32 84 15.22 +7.3BlkEnhC&I CII 1.20 7.4 ...q 17.08 14.46 118 16.12 -1.6BlkEEqDv BDJ .56 6.1 ...q 9.65 8.03 278 9.24 +.1BlEnhGvIn EGF .66 5.1 ...q 14.14 12.82 3 12.84 -4.2BlkFltRtInc FRA .81 5.6 ...q 14.63 13.70 98 14.39 +4.4BlkFloatR BGT .70 5.2 ...q 14.63 13.40 71 13.48 -3.2BlkFL2020 BFO .37 2.6 ...q 15.20 13.46 9 14.26 -1.1BlkGlbOp BOE 1.16 10.4 ...q 13.08 10.09 122 11.21 -10.4BlkHlthSci BME 2.40 6.7 ...q 38.00 32.81 25 35.92 -1.6BlkIT BKT .37 6.5 ...q 6.40 5.70 150 5.71 -7.5BlkIntlG&I BGY .59 9.9 ...q 6.85 5.63 189 5.95 -8.7BlkIQM BKN .74a 5.4 ...q 15.75 13.49 30 13.81 -7.4BlkLtdD BLW .95 6.4 ...q 16.30 14.90 53 14.94 -6.0BlkLTMu BTA .65a 5.8 ...q 12.54 11.09 37 11.15 -7.1BlkMDMB BZM .65 4.1 ...q 15.90 13.02 1 13.21 -3.0BlkMATxE MHE .70a 5.3 ...q 15.00 12.84 3 13.02 -6.6BlkMultSec BIT 1.40a 8.2 ...q 18.77 16.56 301 17.05 -6.1tBlkMuIntD MUI .59a 4.6 ...q 14.41 12.96 137 12.96 -6.9BlkMuNYInt MNE .69 5.5 ...q 14.45 12.53 9 12.61 -7.3BlkMunihCA MUC .64 4.9 ...q 15.19 12.99 57 13.07 -8.0BlkMunHIQ MFL .86 6.8 ...q 15.33 12.64 73 12.70 -13.1BlMunhNYQ MHN .61a 4.9 ...q 14.58 12.31 38 12.41 -7.3BlMunhNJQ MUJ .71a 5.4 ...q 14.96 13.10 38 13.20 -8.8BlkMunihQ MUS .81 6.6 ...q 14.22 12.28 23 12.33 -7.8BlkMunHQ2 MUE .82 6.7 ...q 14.33 12.07 36 12.10 -13.0BlMunyCAQ MCA .88 6.6 ...q 15.69 13.18 52 13.28 -9.4BlkMunyInv MYF .97 7.1 ...q 17.88 13.61 32 13.73 -7.5tBlkMunyIQ MFT .85 6.6 ...q 15.32 12.88 19 12.87 -7.7BlkMYMIQ MIY .83 6.4 ...q 14.35 12.95 57 13.02 -7.0BlMunyNYQ MYN .57a 4.8 ...q 13.43 11.79 92 11.90 -7.9BlkMunyPaQ MPA .86 6.3 ...q 14.91 13.35 20 13.59 -5.3BlMunyQlty MQY .96 7.0 ...q 16.10 13.66 34 13.81 -9.0BlkMuniyQ3 MYI .70 5.6 ...q 14.86 12.36 97 12.43 -10.0BlkMuniast MUA .65a 5.0 ...q 15.84 13.07 72 13.09 -12.6Blk2018 BPK .06 .4 ...q 15.07 14.71 62 14.99 +1.5BlkMu2020 BKK .47a 3.1 ...q 15.95 14.92 47 15.10 +.7BlkMuBdT BBK .76a 5.3 ...q 16.47 13.95 23 14.28 -5.7BlkMuIIQ BAF .82 6.0 ...q 15.58 13.68 52 13.77 -7.0BlkMunIIT BBF .87 6.7 ...q 15.80 12.75 25 12.93 -7.8BlkMuIQT BYM .86 6.6 ...q 15.24 12.92 59 13.12 -7.5tBlkMuIT BFK .78 6.1 ...q 14.72 12.72 139 12.72 -9.7BlkMuIT2 BLE .95a 7.0 ...q 15.87 13.31 31 13.68 -5.2BlkMuTTT BTT .86a 4.1 ...q 23.62 20.98 107 21.12 -5.5BlkMunienh MEN .73a 7.0 ...q 12.46 10.34 64 10.42 -10.6BlkMunihld MHD .89a 5.9 ...q 18.25 14.90 34 15.05 -8.9BlkMunihd2 MUH .81a 5.9 ...q 16.63 13.58 10 13.70 -7.3BlkMunvst MVF .64a 7.4 ...q 10.02 8.58 110 8.62 -10.3BlkMuniv2 MVT .88a 6.3 ...q 16.16 13.91 46 13.98 -9.5BlkMunyAZ MZA .83 5.6 ...q 17.90 14.50 11 14.93 -7.6BlMunyldCA MYC .74a 5.9 ...q 15.72 13.10 51 13.22 -10.6BlkMuniyld MYD .80a 6.1 ...q 15.73 13.04 46 13.11 -9.7BlkMunyNJ MYJ .90 6.5 ...q 17.48 13.67 20 13.85 -12.3BlMunQlt2 MQT .80 6.7 ...q 13.91 11.88 14 11.93 -8.9BlkNJMB BLJ .83a 6.1 ...q 16.21 13.37 5 13.66 -7.3BlkNJIT BNJ .76 5.5 ...q 16.35 13.71 16 13.82 -8.2BlkNY18 BLH .03 .2 ...q 14.98 14.66 11 14.81 +.7tBlkNYMB BQH .74 5.7 ...q 15.65 13.02 9 13.01 -11.6BlkNYIQT BSE .69 5.6 ...q 14.00 12.14 8 12.34 -6.2BlkNYIT BNY .83 6.4 ...q 15.50 12.60 37 12.86 -10.0BlkNYMu2 BFY .84 6.5 ...q 15.90 12.73 5 12.92 -12.7BlkRsCmdy BCX .79 8.0 ...q 10.50 7.76 214 9.85 +.8BlkSciTch BST 1.20 3.7 ...q 34.27 22.03 72 32.43 +21.5BlkStMT BSD .78a 6.2 ...q 15.61 12.41 12 12.52 -8.5BlkU&Inf BUI 1.45 7.3 ...q 21.74 19.08 44 19.79 -8.5BlkVAMB BHV .83 5.1 ...q 20.22 15.53 0 16.22 -5.8BlkstFltRt BSL 1.08 6.0 ...q 18.51 17.01 56 17.90 -.6BlkstGSOSt BGB 1.26 7.9 ...q 16.29 15.51 127 15.85 +.9Blackstone BX 2.70e 8.6 15 37.52 29.58 3019 31.29 -2.3BlkstnMtg BXMT 2.48 7.9 13 33.08 29.51 457 31.32 -2.7BlkLSCrInc BGX 1.18 7.1 ...q 16.98 15.45 58 16.55 +4.0BlockHR HRB .96 3.4 23 31.80 23.60 2209 27.94 +6.6BlonderT BDR ... ... ...dd 1.52 .38 36 .89 +46.9BlueAprn n APRN ... ... ...dd 10.10 1.72 1844 2.62 -35.0BlueCapRe BCRH 1.20 10.7 ...dd 20.20 10.75 20 11.20 -7.1BluegVac n BXG .60 3.1 ... 24.55 13.00 56 19.63 +7.5BlueLinx rs BXC ... ... 12 41.85 7.57 167 38.25 +291.9BluerkRsd BRG 1.16 13.1 ...dd 13.77 7.02 163 8.83 -12.7BluerkRs pf BRGpA 2.06 8.2 ... 27.00 24.53 3 25.07 -5.0BluerkR pfD BRGpD 1.78 8.1 ... 26.25 20.84 1 21.98 -12.8BluerkR pfC BRGpC 1.91 8.1 ... 26.50 22.48 3 23.51 -7.6BdwlkPpl BWP .40 3.8 10 18.73 9.10 1166 10.48 -18.8Boeing BA 6.84 2.0 36 371.60 182.52 2229 340.97 +15.6BoiseCasc BCC .28 .6 16 45.95 26.25 429 44.45 +11.4BonanzaCE BCEI ... ... ...dd 39.50 23.33 965 33.28 +20.6sBootBarn BOOT ... ... 28 22.17 5.90 7436 24.52 +47.6sBoozAllnH BAH .76f 1.8 21 41.16 31.06 453 41.26 +8.2BorgWarn BWA .68 1.3 15 58.22 40.00 1356 51.82 +1.4sBostBeer SAM ... ... 29 239.35 128.70 78 238.90 +25.0BostProp BXP 3.20f 2.7 28 131.84 111.57 1091 117.12 -9.9BosProp pfB BXPpB 1.31 5.4 ... 26.94 22.69 173 24.25 -4.0BostonSci BSX ... ... 21 30.41 24.54 7237 29.97 +20.9BldrG&IFd BIF .11a 1.0 ...q 11.84 9.38 64 10.93 -1.4BovieMed BVX ... ... ...dd 4.29 1.93 198 4.02 +54.6BowlA BWL/A .68 4.4 43 16.64 13.43 1 15.50 +3.3Box Inc n BOX ... ... ...dd 28.68 17.25 3538 27.65 +30.9BoydGm BYD .20 ... 24 40.44 24.17 1187 36.30 +3.6BradyCp BRC .83 2.2 25 40.25 31.70 384 38.40 +1.3BraemHot BHR .64 6.3 8 11.34 8.44 212 10.14 +4.2AshHPr pfB AHPpB ... ... ... 21.34 18.20 19.28 -3.6Brandyw BDN .72 4.6 14 18.69 15.21 1719 15.57 -14.4BrasilAgro LND ... ... ... 4.55 3.21 100 3.75 +7.1Braskem BAK .78e 2.9 ... 33.73 18.82 312 27.12 +3.3BridgptEd BPI ... ... 25 15.40 5.31 128 5.93 -28.6BrigStrat BGG .56 3.0 11 27.34 17.11 314 18.51 -27.0BrightHrz BFAM ... ... 48 105.04 75.55 318 98.98 +5.3BrghtSch n BEDU ... ... ...dd 28.18 10.79 61 15.75 -15.6Brinker EAT 1.52 3.4 14 47.04 29.50 1187 44.48 +14.5Brinks BCO .60 .8 ...cc 88.10 59.40 472 71.35 -9.3BrMySq BMY 1.60 3.1 52 70.05 49.96 4861 52.21 -14.8sBristowGp BRS .28 1.5 ...dd 18.33 6.21 621 18.30 +35.9BritATob s BTI 2.24e 4.3 ... 73.41 50.82 1464 51.68 -22.9BrixmorP BRX 1.10 7.8 12 20.59 13.74 3414 14.17 -24.1BroadrdgF BR 1.46 1.3 35 118.36 71.58 921 115.09 +27.1Brookdale BKD ... ... ...dd 15.66 6.28 1867 7.60 -21.6 BrkfdAs g s BAM .60 1.5 14 44.33 37.22 742 40.48 -7.0BrookBus n BBU .25 .7 ... 41.42 25.95 27 37.99 +10.1BrkfDtla pf DTLAp 1.91 7.5 ... 31.31 23.62 4 25.31 -12.1BrkGblInf INF 1.40 11.4 ...q 14.20 11.02 29 12.29 -4.9BrkfInfra s BIP 1.88 4.9 27 46.88 37.54 356 38.32 -14.5BrkRlAs n RA .20p ... ... 24.39 21.06 64 22.57 -3.4BrkfReEn BEP 1.96 6.3 ... 36.00 29.74 92 31.25 -10.5HeliosTR rt HTRr ... ... ... .64 BrwnBrn s BRO .30 1.1 27 27.90 21.09 525 27.30 BrownFA s BF/A .79 1.4 33 56.10 35.69 330 55.95 +11.9sBrownFB s BF/B ... ... ... 58.00 37.71 831 58.26 Brunswick BC .76 1.2 17 64.45 48.04 489 62.38 +13.0Buckeye BPL 5.05 12.9 12 67.32 35.24 865 39.05 -21.2sBuckle BKE 1.00e 3.9 14 25.11 13.50 605 25.75 +8.4Buenavent BVN ... ... ...dd 16.80 10.87 734 15.43 +9.6BldBear BBW ... ... 19 11.90 7.25 43 9.10 -1.1BungeLt BG 1.84 2.6 31 83.75 63.87 1131 70.59 +5.2sBurlStrs BURL ... ... 33 141.50 79.07 787 140.49 +14.2BylineBc n BY ... ... ... 24.80 19.02 46 21.85 -4.9C -C&J Eng n CJ ... ... ... 36.57 22.99 944 29.75 -11.1CTrkMH23 MLPC .89e 6.2 ...q 17.45 12.85 4 14.40 -5.4CtrMillr n MLPE ... ... ... 26.12 19.84 21.05 -9.2CAE Inc g CAE .36 ... ... 19.95 15.66 149 19.19 +3.4CAI Intl CAI ... ... 7 40.11 18.33 222 25.61 -9.6sCBIZ Inc CBZ ... ... 23 19.70 14.05 171 19.75 +27.8CBL Asc CBL .80m 18.9 2 9.67 3.80 3579 4.24 -25.1CBL pfD CBLpD 1.84 10.2 ... 24.96 16.30 76 18.06 -17.4CBL pfE CBLpE 1.66 10.4 ... 25.08 15.06 37 15.97 -27.6CBRE GRE IGR .60 8.1 ...q 8.05 7.17 203 7.39 -6.7CBRE Grp CBRE ... ... 18 48.44 33.65 1392 47.42 +9.5CBS A CBS/A .72f 1.3 16 68.86 47.98 8 53.90 -9.8CBS B CBS .72 1.3 12 68.75 47.54 4001 53.83 -8.8CCA Inds CAW ... ... 14 3.81 2.75 4 2.90 -7.9CF Inds s CF 1.20 3.0 ...dd 45.00 25.65 3464 40.55 -4.7CGG rs CGG ... ... ... 7.67 1.88 302 2.99 -33.1CGI g GIB ... ... ... 60.90 48.43 171 60.16 +10.7CIT Grp CIT .64 1.2 22 56.14 43.25 2056 54.22 +10.1CKE Inc CK ... ... ... CKX Lands CKX .12m 1.2 43 12.10 9.60 1 10.20 +.2CMS Eng CMS 1.43 3.2 27 50.83 40.48 2187 44.40 -6.1CNA Fn CNA 1.20a 2.4 14 55.62 43.99 167 49.62 -6.5CNH Indl CNHI .14e 1.2 ...cc 15.65 10.78 1879 12.16 -9.3CNO Fincl CNO .40f 2.0 13 26.47 19.37 1292 20.14 -18.4sCNOOC CEO 4.92e 2.7 ... 180.35 108.05 185 182.54 +27.2CNX Midst CNXM 1.30f 6.7 12 22.35 15.25 42 19.38 +15.6CNX Resc CNX .04 .2 ...dd 18.08 11.30 1482 16.33 +11.6ConslCoal n CCR 2.05 13.1 ... 16.65 13.15 40 15.65 sCONSOL n CEIX ... ... 20 44.59 19.51 308 43.22 +9.4CPFL Eng CPL .12e 1.0 ... 17.69 10.63 30 11.94 +3.8CPI Aero CVU ... ... 15 10.80 6.95 25 9.90 +10.6CRH Med CRHM ... ... ...cc 6.23 1.46 272 3.58 +35.1CRH CRH .72e 2.0 ... 39.32 32.47 400 36.55 +1.3CsopChiA50 AFTY 1.17e 6.7 ...q 20.51 13.94 0 17.38 -1.3Csop ChInt CNHX ... ... ...q 31.99 25.91 27.27 -6.4Csop Csi300 HAHA ... ... ...q 36.52 28.98 31.55 -6.3CSS Inds CSS .80 4.8 69 30.29 15.13 25 16.57 -40.5CTS CTS .16 .5 26 31.95 20.30 221 31.70 +23.1CURO Gp n CURO ... ... 48 24.66 13.50 841 23.61 +67.7sCVR Engy CVI 2.00 4.8 ...cc 41.79 16.75 270 41.74 +12.1CVR Ptrs UAN .71e 24.4 ...dd 4.81 2.58 229 2.91 -11.3sCVR Rfng CVRR 2.95e ... 18 19.75 6.70 377 20.10 +21.5CVS Health CVS 2.00 3.0 12 84.00 60.14 5965 66.13 -8.8CWA Inco n CWAI ... ... ... 26.93 24.45 24.45 -4.3CYS Invest CYS .88 12.3 7 8.98 6.25 659 7.18 -10.6CYSInv pfA CYSpA 1.94 7.8 ... 25.73 24.01 16 24.99 -.1CYSInv pfB CYSpB 1.88 7.6 ... 25.32 23.40 10 24.51 -1.1CabGS t34 GYB .83 3.6 ... 23.75 22.03 0 22.96 -.1CabcoJCP97 PFH 1.91 14.1 ... 18.74 11.00 1 13.57 -8.0CabAT&T34 GYC .83 3.6 ... 24.90 21.30 2 23.00 +2.0CableOne n CABO 7.00 1.0 35 788.00 597.40 55 689.04 -2.0Cabot CBT 1.32f 2.2 17 68.63 50.56 627 61.38 -.3CabotO&G COG .24 1.0 44 29.57 21.40 3845 23.28 -18.6CACI CACI ... ... 14 165.00 118.10 103 163.80 +23.8sCactus n WHD ... ... ... 35.23 19.18 820 34.46 +70.2CadencB n CADE .13 .4 64 30.50 20.00 1420 29.38 +8.3CaledoMn n CMCL .28 3.0 ... 9.94 5.17 3 9.29 +25.7sCaleres CAL .28 .8 18 36.00 22.39 766 36.05 +7.7CalifRes rs CRC ... ... ...dd 35.78 6.47 1885 35.02 +80.1CalifWtr CWT .75 1.9 28 46.15 33.85 218 38.55 -15.0Calix CALX ... ... ...dd 7.38 4.65 310 6.55 +10.1CallGolf ELY .04 .2 39 18.45 12.04 599 18.11 +30.0CallonPet CPE ... ... 30 14.65 9.34 5485 13.64 +12.3Callon pfA CPEpA 5.00 9.8 ... 53.45 47.11 2 51.25 Calpine CPN ... ... ...dd 15.25 12.68 15.25 +.8CambrE rs CEI ... ... ...dd .45 .08 .10 -19.7Cambrex CBM ... ... 18 62.30 42.55 229 47.95 -.1CambriaYld SYLD .49e 1.3 ...q 41.00 33.28 259 38.90 +1.3CambFgnY FYLD .75e 2.8 ...q 27.94 23.28 1 27.06 +2.6CambGblV GVAL .54e 2.1 ...q 28.50 23.05 405 25.46 -.6CamGblMo GMOM .56e 2.0 ...q 29.42 24.70 11 27.75 +1.3CambGlAss GAA .55e 2.0 ... 28.60 25.73 9 27.36 -.5CambrEmS EYLD ... ... ... 38.25 29.46 1 35.32 +1.8CambSovHi SOVB 1.72e 4.5 ... 28.65 CambEq n CCOR ... ... ... 26.18 24.39 2 24.90 -3.6tCambTail n TAIL ... ... ... 25.02 21.00 4 20.85 -7.7CamValMom VAMO ... ... ...q 28.07 22.55 8 25.93 +3.9CamdenPT CPT 3.08f 3.7 22 96.39 78.19 386 83.75 -9.0Cameco g CCJ .40 ... ... 11.68 7.68 1308 11.48 +24.4CampSp CPB 1.40 3.5 13 59.14 39.06 3341 39.48 -17.9CampWrl n CWH .54 2.4 ... 47.62 21.15 2786 22.22 -50.3Can-Fite CANF ... ... 5 2.75 1.24 22 1.31 -11.5sCdaGoose n GOOS ... ... ... 39.49 16.96 682 40.36 +27.9CIBC g CM 5.32f ... 10 100.01 77.33 195 91.20 -6.4CdnNR gs CNI 1.33 ... ... 85.73 70.59 1878 83.18 +.8CdnNRs gs CNQ 1.34 ... ... 37.63 27.52 3011 36.70 +2.7CP Rwy g CP 2.60f ... ... 188.80 150.91 783 183.77 +.6CannaeHl n CNNE ... ... ...dd 21.34 16.16 374 19.99 +17.4Canon CAJ ... ... ... 40.67 32.20 268 34.30 -8.3sCantelMed CMD .14e .1 83 125.20 72.00 213 127.48 +23.9CapOne COF 1.60 1.7 21 106.50 76.05 3995 95.75 -3.8CapOne wt COF/WS ... ... ... 63.91 35.50 62.00 +6.9CapOne pfC COFpC 1.56 6.1 ... 26.79 25.49 28 25.65 -2.0CapOne pfD COFpD 1.68 6.4 ... 27.67 25.82 50 26.20 -2.3CapOne pfF COFpF 1.55 6.0 ... 27.31 25.49 25 25.95 -4.0CapOne pfB COFpP 1.50 6.0 ... 25.61 24.91 42 25.08 -.9CpOne pf H COFpH ... ... ... 27.19 25.12 37 25.52 -5.2CapOne pfG COFpG ... ... ... 25.55 23.25 49 24.29 -3.0CapSenL CSU ... ... ...dd 16.72 9.15 255 10.86 -19.5CapInv n CIC ... ... ... 10.10 9.60 0 9.80 +1.2CapInv wt CIC/WS ... ... ... 1.20 1.05 1.10 CapsteadM CMO .64 7.1 13 11.14 8.17 516 8.98 +3.8Capstd pfE CMOpE 1.88 7.6 ... 25.85 24.62 9 24.86 -1.9CarboCer CRR ... ... ...dd 12.69 5.83 803 11.38 +11.8CardnlHlth CAH 1.90f 3.5 13 80.37 50.79 2099 54.51 -11.0Care.com CRCM ... ... ...cc 20.88 12.80 132 18.47 +2.4Carlisle CSL 1.48 1.4 19 119.21 92.09 422 105.60 -7.1CarMax KMX ... ... 18 77.64 57.05 1644 65.90 +2.8Carnival CCL 2.00f 3.1 16 72.70 61.63 2920 65.46 -1.4CarnUK CUK 1.80f 2.7 ... 72.29 61.95 232 67.19 +1.4sCarpTech CRS .72 1.2 46 58.43 35.01 472 59.25 +16.2CarrSrv CSV .30 1.2 18 28.96 23.15 150 25.55 -.6Cars.cm CARS ... ... ... 32.28 20.94 2486 24.17 -16.2Carters CRI 1.80f 1.6 17 129.00 79.76 737 110.05 -6.3Carvana A n CVNA ... ... ... 31.35 8.85 809 26.77 +40.0CastleBr ROX ... ... ...dd 2.22 .98 169 1.22 CastlightH CSLT ... ... ...dd 4.75 3.15 390 3.80 +1.3Catalent CTLT ... ... 68 47.87 33.42 510 39.38 -4.1CatchMTim CTT .54 4.1 ...dd 13.73 10.81 223 13.02 -.8Caterpillar CAT 3.12 2.0 19 173.19 101.81 2686 153.80 -2.4CatoCp CATO 1.32 7.2 20 22.14 10.76 411 18.26 +14.7CedarF FUN 3.56 5.4 17 72.48 59.66 138 65.40 +.6CedarRlty CDR .20 5.0 10 6.29 3.54 504 3.98 -34.5CedarR pfB CDRpB 1.81 8.0 ... 25.67 22.03 0 22.49 -11.0tCedrRT pfC CDRpC 1.63 8.5 ... 25.39 19.00 14 19.14 -23.6CelSci wt CVM/WS ... ... ... .09 .00 .04 +115.8Cel-Sci rs CVM ... ... ... 3.69 1.30 347 2.82 +49.2Celanese CE 1.84 1.7 13 114.00 84.53 1175 111.11 +3.8Celestic g CLS ... ... 10 14.20 9.79 284 12.10 +15.5Cellcom CEL ... ... 7 10.62 6.40 4 6.70 -34.3Cementos CPAC .50e 4.1 ... 14.11 10.60 37 12.05 -2.8Cemex CX .29t ... ... 10.37 5.73 6666 6.02 -19.7Cemig pf CIG .08e 3.7 ... 2.93 1.89 3250 2.18 +5.8Cemig CIG/C .08e 4.1 ... 3.16 1.81 1 1.97 +6.4CenovusE CVE .20 ... 8 11.52 6.76 2890 10.88 +19.2Centene s CNC ... ... 18 117.86 72.14 1367 113.06 +12.1CC MLPInf CEN 1.25 13.1 ...q 12.02 8.12 159 9.54 -4.2CenterPnt CNP 1.11 4.4 18 30.45 24.81 3851 25.50 -10.1CentElBr B EBR/B ... ... ... 9.06 4.61 38 5.72 -15.8CentElecBr EBR ... ... ... 7.86 3.49 269 5.09 -10.7CnEurRusT CEE .56e 2.3 ...q 28.32 20.88 7 24.53 +.6CFCda g CEF .01 .1 ...q 13.75 11.72 13.50 +.7CenPacFn CPF .84f 2.8 19 33.15 27.34 402 29.65 -.6CentSecur CET 1.78e .7 ...q 29.00 24.12 15 27.71 +1.1CentrusEn LEU ... ... ...dd 5.26 3.30 5 3.72 -7.2CentCmtys CCS ... ... 15 36.00 21.90 370 30.00 -3.5CntryLink CTL 2.16 11.2 9 27.61 13.16 8619 19.26 +15.5sCerdHCM n CDAY ... ... ... 37.31 29.68 219 37.20 +21.9Cervecer CCU .35e 1.3 ... 30.35 25.03 102 26.78 -9.5ChannAdv ECOM ... ... ...dd 15.05 8.30 260 14.75 +63.9ChRvLab CRL ... ... 20 119.05 89.37 313 103.73 -5.2ChaseCorp CCF .80f .7 35 129.55 83.35 16 117.80 -2.2ChathLTr CLDT 1.32 6.8 27 23.91 17.90 209 19.55 -14.1CheetahM CMCM ... ... ... 18.18 7.54 885 12.26 +1.5Chegg CHGG ... ... ...dd 25.59 11.47 1430 25.29 +55.0sChemed CHE 1.12 .3 49 331.36 186.09 149 332.07 +36.6Chemours n CC .68 1.3 13 58.08 34.84 1349 52.28 +4.4CheniereEn LNG .56p ... ...dd 63.97 40.36 1421 62.75 +16.5ChenEnLP CQP 2.20 6.8 ...dd 33.47 26.41 295 32.59 +10.0ChenEnHld CQH 2.04f 7.3 27 29.73 24.03 115 27.95 +.9CherHMtg CHMI 1.96 10.4 4 19.43 16.01 61 18.84 +4.7ChrHMt pfA CHMIpA 2.05 8.0 ... 25.89 24.47 6 25.52 -1.1ChesEng CHK ... ... 7 5.87 2.53 44131 3.93 -.8ChesEn pfD CHKpD 4.50 8.4 ... 59.24 45.99 10 53.84 +8.3ChesGranW CHKR .32e 17.5 1 2.70 1.20 303 1.80 -2.7ChespkLdg CHSP 1.60 5.4 31 31.48 22.88 346 29.80 +10.0ChespkUtil CPK 1.48f 1.9 22 86.35 66.35 40 76.50 -2.6Chevron CVX 4.48 3.5 58 133.88 102.55 5398 129.56 +3.5ChiRivet CVR .84 2.7 ... 39.30 26.50 4 31.41 -1.2Chicos CHS .34f 3.2 15 11.56 6.96 2600 10.76 +22.0Chimera rs CIM 2.00 11.1 8 19.93 15.77 1130 18.06 -2.3Chimer pfA CIMpA 2.00 7.8 ... 26.74 24.51 12 25.63 -.7Chimer pfB CIMpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.47 24.88 7 25.57 -.9ChiCBlood CO ... ... 35 14.95 7.40 11.87 +19.3ChinaDEd DL .45e ... 10 10.71 6.61 27 8.03 -13.4ChinaEAir CEA ... ... ... 45.33 24.44 20 42.05 +16.4ChinaFd CHN .55e 2.5 ...q 24.76 17.87 17 22.22 +2.6ChinaGreen CGA .10e 8.0 2 2.11 1.19 71 1.25 +.8ChinaLife s LFC .14e 1.0 ... 17.85 13.48 371 14.35 -8.1ChinaMble CHL 3.50e 7.5 ... 56.93 44.55 1034 46.93 -7.1ChiNBorun BORN ... ... 2 1.74 1.10 31 1.28 +1.9ChOnlEd n COE ... ... ... 19.82 9.25 19 10.87 -13.0ChinaPet SNP 3.73e 3.6 ... 105.61 69.60 201 102.78 +40.1ChinaPhH CPHI ... ... ...dd 1.45 .15 141 .27 +53.4tChinRap n XRF ... ... ... 12.86 3.83 439 3.79 -33.7ChinaSoAir ZNH .64e 1.1 ... 70.52 34.27 38 56.08 +8.2ChinaTel CHA 1.21e 2.5 ... 53.78 41.28 52 48.29 +1.7ChinaUni CHU ... ... ... 16.55 11.87 286 14.15 +4.6ChiXFsh rs XNY ... ... ...dd 7.10 3.30 6.55 +33.9ChinaYuch CYD .90e 4.4 6 27.98 16.16 73 20.45 -14.8 ChinZenix ZX ... ... ...dd 2.31 .86 55 1.38 +13.5Chipotle CMG ... ... ...cc 487.52 247.52 1859 444.67 +53.8ChoiceHtls CHH .86 1.1 40 85.35 59.60 277 80.40 +3.6ChrisBnk CBK ... ... ...dd 1.55 .95 83 1.05 -17.3ChubbLtd CB 2.84e 2.1 17 157.50 128.82 1027 134.57 -7.9ChungTel CHT 1.29e 3.6 ... 39.33 33.10 66 36.04 +1.7ChurchDwt s CHD .87f 1.9 ... 54.18 43.21 2151 46.61 -7.1CienaCorp CIEN ... ... ...dd 27.98 19.40 4582 25.38 +21.3Cigna CI .04 ... 17 227.13 158.79 1487 177.15 -12.8Cimarex XEC .64 .6 21 130.16 87.98 966 98.99 -18.9CincB pfB CBBpB 3.38 6.8 ... 52.37 48.15 1 49.50 -2.9CinciBell rs CBB ... ... 75 22.20 13.00 336 17.20 -17.5Cinemark CNK 1.28f 3.5 16 44.00 32.03 1347 36.24 +4.1CinerRes CINR 2.27 9.3 12 29.36 22.61 21 24.37 -2.9Circor CIR .15 .3 29 68.76 39.84 94 49.08 +.8Cision CISN ... ... 36 14.19 9.90 295 13.75 +15.8CapAcIII wt CISNW ... ... ... 2.01 1.52 1.88 CitGBP Dl n UGBP ... ... ... 32.62 24.92 25.38 -4.1CitCHF Dl n UCHF ... ... ... 32.08 22.60 1 22.84 -13.9Citi GBP n DGBP ... ... ... 23.78 18.65 1 23.65 +10.9tCitEUR Dl n UEUR ... ... ... 31.62 24.42 1 24.18 -12.3Citi EUR n DEUR ... ... ... 26.54 18.78 12 24.98 +8.9Citi AUD n DAUD ... ... ... 26.05 18.62 6 25.16 +25.8CitAUD Dl n UAUD ... ... ... 32.65 23.10 5 23.87 -10.6Citi JPY n DJPY ... ... ... 22.83 18.17 22.58 -1.0CitJPY Dl n UJPY ... ... ... 39.22 26.61 26.61 -9.0Citi CHF n DCHF ... ... ... 26.77 19.08 3 26.44 +12.1CitiStratDv DIVC ... ... ...q 37.34 30.51 36.39 +4.0Citigp pfN CpN 1.97 7.4 ... 27.81 25.85 80 26.70 -2.8sCgpVelLCrd UWT ... ... ... 39.67 10.01 2127 39.88 +62.7tCgpVelICrd DWT ... ... ... 44.68 7.28 6311 7.24 -48.5Citigroup C 1.28 1.8 13 80.70 59.87 11787 71.95 -3.3Citigp wtA C/WS/A ... ... ... .18 .06 .12 +23.0Citigrp pfC CpC 1.45 5.8 ... 26.16 24.70 61 25.01 -1.8Citigp pfJ CpJ 1.78 6.4 ... 30.45 27.59 80 27.89 -3.3Citigp pfK CpK 1.72 6.4 ... 29.99 26.85 272 27.04 -5.2Citigrp pfP CpP 2.03 7.9 ... 28.71 25.65 25.68 -1.3Citigrp pfS CpS 1.58 6.1 ... 27.40 25.44 58 26.04 -3.3Citigrp pfL CpL 1.72 6.7 ... 27.88 25.71 53 25.77 -3.0CitizFincl CFG .52 1.2 13 48.23 31.51 2707 42.54 +1.3CitizInc CIA ... ... ...cc 8.87 6.01 65 7.60 +3.4CityOffce g CIO .94 ... 9 13.93 10.03 212 11.66 -10.4CityOff pfA CIOpA 1.66 6.8 ... 26.47 22.78 3 24.25 -3.7Civeo CVEO ... ... ...dd 4.20 1.57 780 3.55 +30.0CivitasSolu CIVI ... ... 28 19.90 11.15 359 15.10 -11.7ClaudeR g CGR ... ... ... .18 ClayGSCn GCE 1.43e 9.2 ...q 17.55 14.85 15.60 -6.3CleanHarb CLH ... ... ...cc 59.86 44.75 257 51.92 -4.2ClearChan CCO ... ... ...dd 5.75 3.35 52 4.65 +1.1ClrBrEnTR CTR 1.35e 11.6 ...q 13.38 9.50 117 11.62 ClrLgCap n LRGE ... ... ... 31.89 26.78 31.31 +6.5ClrbrgMLP CBA .80m 10.2 ...q 9.58 6.53 99 7.82 -5.6ClearEnFd CEM 1.76f 11.8 ...q 17.36 12.10 143 14.87 -2.6ClrbEOpFd EMO 1.47e 12.7 ...q 13.36 9.56 70 11.61 -1.6ClearwPpr CLW ... ... 15 50.60 22.51 267 26.85 -40.9ClevCliffs CLF ... ... 7 9.15 5.56 14212 8.74 +21.2ClipRlty n CLPR .38 ... ... 13.00 7.62 15 8.78 -12.1Clorox CLX 3.84f 3.2 20 150.40 113.57 1201 118.38 -20.4CloudPeak CLD ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.76 827 3.14 -29.4Cloudera n CLDR ... ... ... 23.35 12.57 1662 16.00 -3.1CloughGA GLV 1.44 11.2 ...q 14.39 12.25 90 12.85 -3.7CloughGEq GLQ 1.38 9.9 ...q 14.39 12.33 63 13.96 +4.4ClghGlbOp GLO 1.20 10.9 ...q 11.67 10.40 159 11.00 +1.1CCFemsa KOF 1.75e 2.9 ... 91.85 58.65 85 60.17 -13.6CocaCola KO 1.56 3.8 70 48.62 41.45 11115 41 .55 -9.4CocaCEur n CCE 1.04 2.7 ... 44.75 36.17 1148 38.00 -4.6Coeur CDE ... ... ...cc 9.98 6.71 2215 8.05 +7.3Cohen n COHN .80 7.2 ...dd 12.00 7.50 1 11.15 +39.0CohSClosed FOF 1.04 8.2 ...q 13.52 11.60 65 12.66 -4.9CohStGlbI INB 1.12 11.9 ...q 10.44 9.05 37 9.45 -4.4Cohen&Str CNS 1.32f 3.3 19 47.83 36.29 120 39.68 -16.1CohStInfra UTF 1.60 7.2 ...q 24.61 20.88 185 22.14 -7.8C&SLtDP&I LDP 1.87 7.3 ...q 27.25 24.85 44 25.61 -1.8C&SIncEgy MIE 1.32 12.7 ...q 11.43 8.86 54 10.39 +1.4CohStQIR RQI .96 8.5 ...q 13.19 10.55 325 11.29 -10.8CohStRE RNP 1.48 8.0 ...q 21.98 17.91 96 18.44 -13.3CohStSelPf PSF 2.06 7.9 ...q 29.16 25.16 46 25.93 -8.2CohenStTR RFI .96 8.0 ...q 13.03 11.50 54 12.06 -5.6Colfax CFX ... ... 25 43.29 29.03 551 32.18 -18.8ColgPalm CL 1.68f 2.7 22 77.91 61.28 3763 62.09 -17.7ColNthSC n CLNC ... ... ...dd 21.20 18.16 279 19.36 -5.7ColNrthS n CLNS ... ... ... 14.74 5.28 4593 6.00 -47.4ColNrth pfB CLNSpB 2.06 8.2 ... 25.76 22.26 8 25.05 -1.5ColNrth pfD CLNSpD 2.13 8.5 ... 26.46 23.78 16 25.07 -1.9ColNrth pfE CLNSpE 2.19 8.6 ... 27.52 23.86 39 25.47 -4.1ColNrth pfG CLNSpG 1.88 8.1 ... 27.25 22.49 64 23.11 -8.1ColNrth pfJ CLNSpJ ... ... ... 24.84 21.48 70 22.98 -6.4ColNrth pfI CLNSpI 1.79 7.8 ... 25.94 21.81 165 23.04 -8.5ColNrth pfH CLNSpH 1.78 7.7 ... 26.00 21.61 118 23.00 -8.0Col BdSt n GMTB ... ... ... Col Sust n ESGW ... ... ... 32.13 27.20 30.30 +.4Col SusInt n ESGN ... ... ... 32.31 27.17 30.39 -.5Col SusUS n ESGS ... ... ... 32.51 28.62 29.50 -.3ColumTr ef n DIAL ... ... ... 20.09 19.78 19.80 -.7Col Bey BBRC .50e 2.7 ...q 20.47 16.65 2 18.59 +.9ColEmxChi XCEM ... ... ...q 30.22 25.67 5 27.16 -1.8ColQualDv HILO .32e 2.1 ...q 17.10 13.72 15.40 -3.1Col EMCns ECON .10e .4 ...q 29.87 25.06 147 25.62 -8.9Col IndiaC INCO .03e .1 ...q 51.06 39.93 14 46.75 -5.8Col IndiaInf INXX .10e .7 ...q 16.79 13.03 4 13.59 -14.3Col IndSC SCIN .17e .9 ...q 25.98 17.79 1 19.14 -18.3ColumbPT CXP .80 3.7 13 23.31 19.55 655 21.39 -6.8ColSelTec STK .92a 4.2 ...q 24.58 20.09 116 21.97 -1.3Comcst29 CCZ 1.58e 2.8 ... 64.00 50.00 57.00 -9.3Comerica CMA 1.36f 1.4 19 102.66 64.04 1171 99.02 +14.1Comeric wt CMA/WS ... ... ... 65.50 34.89 65.50 +12.3ComfrtS FIX .32 .7 29 48.95 31.90 213 45.70 +4.7ComndSec MOC ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.50 61 1.59 -48.2CmclMtls CMC .48 2.0 48 26.72 17.05 1159 23.67 +11.0CmtyBkSy CBU 1.36 2.2 17 60.83 48.89 201 60.45 +12.5CmtyHlt CYH ... ... ...dd 10.18 3.69 1591 4.47 +4.9CmtyHcT n CHCT 1.60f 6.2 90 30.64 22.41 156 25.96 -7.6CBD-Pao CBD .08e .4 ... 25.90 18.60 508 22.18 -5.9CompDivHd CODI 1.44 9.3 ...dd 18.35 14.60 212 15.50 -8.6ComDivH pf CODIpA 1.81 8.4 ... 25.75 20.01 7 21.67 -12.1CompssMn CMP 2.88 4.2 25 76.65 56.50 303 69.25 -4.2Compx CIX .20 1.3 15 16.63 12.30 38 15.55 +16.9ComstkM rs LODE ... ... ... 1.34 .21 354 .34 -14.1ComstkRs rs CRK ... ... ...dd 10.72 4.01 394 9.91 +17.1ConAgra CAG .85 2.2 17 40.24 32.16 2230 37.78 +.3ConchoRes CXO ... ... 23 163.11 106.73 1739 149.33 -.6ConcdMed CCM ... ... ...dd 4.29 2.46 0 4.02 +20.7CondHos rs CDOR .78e 7.9 ...dd 11.19 8.13 13 9.93 -.2Conduent n CNDT ... ... ... 20.32 14.95 815 18.95 +17.3ConocoPhil COP 1.14f 1.6 56 70.59 42.27 4363 69.85 +27.3ConEd ED 2.86 3.8 15 89.70 73.73 1747 74.56 -12.2CnsTom CTO .24 .4 9 67.97 51.02 13 62.62 -1.4ConstellA STZ 2.96f 1.3 19 236.62 176.21 872 221.46 -3.1ConstellB STZ/B 2.68f 1.2 26 234.00 177.65 1 222.40 -2.2Constellm CSTM ... ... ... 14.10 6.20 1398 12.10 +8.5CnE pfB CMSpB 4.50 4.4 ... 105.95 101.10 0 102.51 -1.4sContainStr TCS ... ... 12 6.62 3.53 453 7.07 +49.2Contango MCF ... ... ...dd 7.37 2.22 356 4.34 -7.9ContlBldg CBPX ... ... 20 31.00 21.00 262 29.60 +5.2tContMatls CUO ... ... 20 24.60 16.80 4 17.00 -10.5ContlRescs CLR ... ... ...cc 68.84 29.08 1690 68.12 +28.6Cnvrgys CVG .44f 1.8 16 26.66 21.13 2074 24.11 +2.6CooperCo COO .06 ... 26 260.26 211.67 299 231.54 +6.3CooperTire CTB .42 1.6 19 40.78 22.58 676 25.55 -27.7CooperStd CPS ... ... 14 135.00 95.33 176 128.09 +4.6CopaHold CPA 3.48f 3.0 13 141.34 107.98 259 114.56 -14.5Copel ELP .26e 3.9 ... 9.69 6.38 865 6.67 -12.6sCoreLabs CLB 2.20 1.7 70 125.88 86.55 284 126.27 +15.3CoreMold CMT .05 ... ... 24.50 13.53 37 14.24 -34.4Corecivic CXW 1.72 8.2 12 31.86 18.61 697 20.98 -6.8CoreLogic CLGX ... ... 22 51.99 41.70 431 51.68 +11.8CorEn pfA CORRpA 1.84 7.4 ... 26.93 24.50 19 25.03 -2.8CorEnInf rs CORR 3.00 8.3 15q 39.42 31.50 124 36.13 -5.4CoreSite COR 3.92 3.7 39 120.85 89.76 257 104.96 -7.8Corindus n CVRS ... ... ...dd 2.25 .66 1171 .81 -19.7CorMedix CRMD ... ... ...dd .78 .17 669 .19 -62.2CrnstTotR CRF 3.35 22.2 ...q 16.98 13.62 293 15.09 -1.3CrnrstnStr CLM 3.40 22.4 ...q 17.21 13.10 476 15.17 -1.9Corning GLW .72 2.6 ...dd 35.10 26.11 5593 28.12 -12.1CpBT JCP JBN 1.75 14.4 ... 16.50 9.92 3 12.15 -3.3CorpCapT n CCT 1.61 9.8 ... 19.00 14.43 465 16.40 +2.6CorpOffP OFC 1.10 4.1 14 36.03 24.55 568 26.76 -8.4Cort1Aon27 KTN 2.05 6.5 ... 35.11 30.31 0 31.43 -4.0CortsJCP97 KTP 1.91 13.9 ... 18.00 11.06 1 13.72 -3.9CortsJCP JBR 1.75 14.2 ... 16.49 9.82 14 12.33 -1.3CortsPE KTH 2.00 6.3 ... 34.50 30.26 31.75 -1.8Cosan Ltd CZZ .26e 2.7 ... 11.89 5.63 1291 9.80 +1.0Costamre CMRE .40 5.4 ... 8.18 5.45 371 7.46 +29.3Costam pfB CMREpB 1.91 7.8 ... 27.43 22.23 4 24.36 -2.7Costmr pfC CMREpC 2.13 8.6 ... 26.24 23.60 10 24.90 -2.1Costam pfD CMREpD 2.19 8.6 ... 26.89 23.85 3 25.48 -1.4Cotiviti n COTV ... ... ... 45.97 30.84 308 34.22 +6.2Cott Cp COT .24 1.5 ...cc 17.78 13.00 747 16.07 -3.5Coty COTY .50 3.4 ... 21.68 13.87 6318 14.51 -27.0Cntwd pfB CFCpB 1.75 6.8 ... 26.77 25.46 25.72 -2.6CousPrp CUZ .26f 2.9 13 9.63 8.23 6197 8.86 -4.2CovantaH CVA 1.00 6.4 ...dd 17.30 13.00 508 15.60 -7.7CovrAll n COVR ... ... ... Crane CR 1.40 1.6 29 102.65 71.23 145 85.78 -3.9CrwfdA CRD/A .28 3.7 55 9.95 6.78 18 7.67 -9.8CrwfdB CRD/B .20 2.6 55 12.40 7.54 60 7.73 -19.6Credicp BAP 8.57e 3.9 ... 239.54 166.70 176 221.56 +6.8CS EnEur50 FIEU ... ... ...q 153.69 109.31 1 134.45 -2.0CS FILgCG FLGE ... ... ...q 264.50 171.43 3 248.44 +8.9CS LgSh n CSLS ... ... ... 27.99 26.49 27.99 CrSuisInco CIK .26 8.3 ...q 3.50 3.15 148 3.17 -4.2CS InvBr n DBRT ... ... ... 85.47 27.45 27.45 -45.2CS LgBrnt n UBRT ... ... ... 293.41 115.89 0 293.00 +64.2CS MthlMtg REML ... ... ... 33.50 22.00 4 26.10 -14.7CS MthlyP AMJL .99e ... ... CSVLgNG rs UGAZ ... ... ...q 213.70 49.72 62.90 -13.5sCS CrdeOil OIIL ... ... ... 42.83 25.46 0 43.03 +22.3CS MAsHi MLTI 1.30e ... ... 29.48 27.00 26.91 -3.9CS SP mlp MLPO 1.12e 7.8 ... 16.20 13.92 14.33 +.4CredSuiss CS 1.22e 7.3 ... 19.98 13.28 1263 16.73 -6.3CrSuiHiY DHY .29 11.0 ...q 2.91 2.60 253 2.62 -7.7CrescPtE g CPG .12 1.4 47 10.03 6.40 887 8.44 +10.8sCrestEq rs CEQP 2.40 7.9 ...dd 30.00 20.00 325 30.20 +17.1InergyM wi NRGM/WI ... ... ... 22.72 CrossAmer CAPL 2.10m 11.4 42 29.80 17.28 123 18.44 -22.4CrosTim CRT 1.02e 7.2 14 15.80 12.99 8 14.15 -3.7CrwnCstle CCI 4.20f 4.1 ...cc 114.97 93.14 1700 102.99 -7.2CrwnCst pfA CCIpA 1.72 .2 ... 1160.00 1023.93 3 1039.44 -8.2CrownHold CCK ... ... 17 62.27 42.63 1649 44.24 -21.4sCryolife CRY .12 .5 62 26.25 16.80 262 25.95 +35.5CrystalRk CRVP ... ... ...dd 1.24 .69 .97 +16.3CubeSmart CUBE 1.20 4.0 27 30.98 22.83 901 29.77 +2.9Cubic CUB .27 .4 ...dd 72.40 39.58 224 70.25 +19.2CullenFr CFR 2.68f 2.3 22 120.49 81.09 365 118.86 +25.6CullnF pfA CFRpA 1.34 5.4 ... 25.96 24.11 4 25.00 -.5Culp Inc CULP .36f 1.2 15 34.05 26.15 13 30.65 -8.5Cummins CMI 4.32 2.9 41 194.18 140.60 1085 147.18 -16.7CurEuro FXE ... ... ...q 120.65 107.60 328 113.37 -1.9CurAstla FXA .62 .8 ...q 81.36 73.74 29 75.14 -3.7 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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CurBrit FXB ... ... ...q 139.24 122.75 34 130.96 -.2CurrCda FXC .03e ... ...q 81.49 72.97 34 77.11 -1.8CurrChina FXCH ... ... ... 78.37 70.87 76.81 +2.5CurJpn FXY ... ... ...q 91.62 83.92 144 86.79 +1.9CurSwed FXS ... ... ...q 121.32 106.17 0 108.69 -6.5CurSwiss FXF ... ... ...q 102.27 93.42 23 93.77 -3.2CurShSinga FXSG ... ... ...q 75.87 70.72 73.33 CurtisWrt CW .60 .5 27 143.38 84.53 284 131.68 +8.1Cush Jn37 n PPLN ... ... ... 24.42 16.55 17.86 -10.5CushTRet rs SRV 1.08 8.9 ...q 13.48 10.00 15 12.18 +2.0CushngRen SZC 1.64 8.8 ...q 21.30 15.35 42 18.56 -8.6CushRoy rs SRF .48 4.9 ...q 10.10 7.81 8 9.80 +4.7CustomBcp CUBI ... ... 10 33.85 24.75 138 29.31 +12.8CustBcp 18 CUBS 1.59 6.2 ... 26.50 25.25 2 25.46 -1.0CustBc p C CUBIpC .57p ... ... 27.35 26.26 6 26.50 -.2CustBc pfD CUBIpD ... ... ... 28.20 24.60 26.47 -.7CustBc pfE CUBIpE ... ... ... 27.15 25.35 7 26.38 -.6CustoBc pf F CUBIpF ... ... ... 27.71 25.02 3 25.95 -1.0CynergT n CTEK ... ... ... 5.45 2.70 18 4.11 +1.5CypressEn CELP .84 13.3 35 8.30 5.50 34 6.30 +5.0D -DCP Mid DCP 3.12 7.7 57 42.79 29.70 573 40.46 +11.4DCT IndlTr DCT 1.44 2.2 31 66.53 52.06 1437 64.10 +9.1DDR Corp DDR .76 10.6 18 10.87 6.63 2659 7.19 -19.8DDR pfJ DDRpJ 1.63 7.2 ... 25.79 21.38 10 22.56 -10.2DDR pfK DDRpK 1.56 7.3 ... 25.98 21.04 100 21.45 -16.4DDR Cp pfA DDRpA ... ... ... 27.09 22.40 36 23.03 -12.5DGSE DGSE ... ... ...dd 1.74 .70 69 .72 -22.8DHI Grp DHX ... ... 5 3.05 1.25 319 1.70 -10.5DHT Hldgs DHT .20e 5.3 29 4.59 3.27 347 3.77 +5.0DNP Selct DNP .78 7.1 ...q 11.57 9.71 249 10.91 +1.0DR Horton DHI .50 1.2 15 53.32 32.47 6455 40.97 -19.8Drdgold DRD .03e 1.2 ... 4.11 2.23 22 2.44 -25.2sDSW Inc DSW 1.00f 4.0 19 24.82 15.14 2229 25.27 +18.0DTE DTE 3.53 3.5 18 116.74 97.66 849 100.47 -8.2DTEEn 62 DTQ 1.31 5.4 ... 25.61 23.59 5 24.12 -3.9DTE En76 n DTJ 1.34 5.5 ... 26.04 23.99 26 24.35 -4.4DTE En27 n DTW 1.31 5.5 ... 25.75 23.34 53 23.87 -7.1DTE F76 n DTY 1.50 5.8 ... 27.90 25.37 19 26.01 -2.8DTE En un DTV ... ... ... 58.42 48.68 93 50.77 -5.9DTF TxF DTF .84 6.4 ...q 15.05 13.03 27 13.09 -6.9DXC Tch n DXC .72 .7 ... 107.85 73.51 1348 100.76 +6.2DanaInc DAN .24 1.0 19 35.27 19.38 904 24.06 -24.8Danaher DHR .64 .6 25 104.82 78.97 1369 100.70 +8.5Danaos DAC ... ... 1 3.20 1.05 22 1.25 -13.8DaqoNEn DQ ... ... 8 72.50 19.00 782 67.27 +13.2Darden DRI 2.52 2.9 19 100.11 76.27 1111 87 .22 -9.2DarlingIng DAR ... ... 23 19.50 15.44 773 17.67 -2.5DaVita Inc DVA ... ... 17 80.71 52.51 1388 66.83 -7.5Daxor DXR .15 2.1 ... 21.66 3.40 57 7.26 +58.8DeanFoods DF .36 3.6 13 18.71 8.14 1210 10.13 -12.4sDeckrsOut DECK ... ... ...cc 99.83 56.48 732 99.24 +23.7Deere DE 2.40 1.6 34 175.26 112.87 1887 147.35 -5.9DE EnhGlb DEX .90 7.7 ...q 12.70 10.71 42 11.72 -3.4DelaCO VCF .72 5.0 ...q 16.50 14.00 3 14.52 -6.5DelaDvInc DDF .62 5.6 ...q 11.36 10.18 21 11.06 +3.1DelaNatl VFL .72 5.8 ...q 13.94 12.25 4 12.43 -6.3tDelaMN2 VMM .63 5.1 ...q 15.10 12.40 16 12.43 -7.7DelekLogis DKL 3.00f 10.3 14 35.54 26.60 20 29.00 -8.5sDelek DK 1.00f 2.0 36 50.36 20.65 1636 50.29 +43.9DellTch n DVMT ... ... ...dd 92.40 60.77 831 74.22 -8.7DelphiTc n DLPH .68 1.3 30 60.39 45.66 561 51.64 -1.6DeltaAir DAL 1.22 2.3 11 60.50 44.59 6997 53.48 -4.5DeltaAprl DLA ... ... ...cc 23.47 16.90 17 19.00 -5.9Dltsh SPX n DMRL ... ... ... 59.02 49.16 1 54.15 -.2Dlt SP400 n DMRM ... ... ... 56.45 48.78 53.55 -.9Dlt SP600 n DMRS ... ... ... 57.48 47.73 55.06 +1.4DltshInt n DMRI ... ... ... 56.65 49.79 53.62 +1.2Deluxe DLX 1.20 1.7 14 78.87 66.98 267 71.23 -7.3sDenburyR DNR ... ... ...dd 3.90 .92 10758 3.92 +77.4DenisnM g DNN ... ... ...dd .64 .38 246 .48 -12.7Despg.cm n DESP ... ... ... 36.56 22.73 311 24.70 -10.1DeutGlHI n LBF ... ... ... 8.82 tDeutschBk DB .83e ... ... 20.23 13.23 6995 13.00 -31.7DBDogs22 DOD ... ... ... 30.43 18.57 1 22.63 -11.4DBWMTR WMW ... ... ... 32.46 26.55 30.30 +.9DB Cap pf DTK 1.90 7.6 ... 26.54 25.42 25.00 -2.7DeutBCT2 pf DXB 1.64 6.4 ... 26.51 25.07 29 25.67 +.8DeutBCT5 pf DKT 2.01 7.8 ... 27.24 25.40 58 25.63 -1.9DBCmdyS DDP ... ... ...q 57.02 38.00 48.33 +8.6DBCmdDL DYY ... ... ...q 4.09 2.08 0 2.90 -23.7DBCmdDS DEE ... ... ...q 77.00 DB AgriLg AGF ... ... ...q 13.46 9.40 0 9.79 -2.6DB AgriSh ADZ ... ... ...q 34.80 33.40 33.40 -4.0DB AgriDL DAG ... ... ...q 3.81 2.60 2.81 -1.7DB AgDS AGA ... ... ...q 32.50 22.38 24.46 -9.1DBGoldSh DGZ ... ... ...q 14.68 13.01 52 13.87 +1.9DBGoldDL DGP ... ... ...q 29.42 21.65 19 24.17 -3.3DBGoldDS DZZ ... ... ...q 6.29 4.88 12 5.55 +3.5DBGlbHY23 FIEG ... ... ...q 184.00 132.32 160.00 -6.4Deut HiOp DHG .72 4.8 ...q 15.20 14.53 14.97 -.3Deut Multi KMM .51 5.8 ...q 8.99 8.59 20 8.83 -.2Deut Muni KTF .84 7.6 ...q 13.72 10.97 70 11.05 -7.1Deut StInc KST .66a 5.4 ...q 12.66 12.11 3 12.32 -1.0Deut StMu KSM .84 7.8 ...q 12.80 10.70 35 10.75 -8.7DBXEmMkt DBEM .36e 1.5 ...q 26.32 21.41 549 24.52 +1.8DBXEafeEq DBEF .95e 2.9 ...q 33.05 29.64 876 32.69 +2.9DBXBrazEq DBBR .13e 1.0 ...q 14.00 10.03 0 13.58 +12.9DBXGerEq DBGR .35e 1.2 ...q 29.78 25.97 1 28.67 +.8Deu HYBd n HYLB ... ... 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DBX MSCI DBEZ 1.28e 4.0 ... 31.82 28.70 31.82 +4.8DeuMunInf RVNU .71 2.7 ...q 27.23 25.99 5 26.28 -3.2DBX EMBd EMIH .99e 4.0 ...q 25.69 24.34 0 24.66 -1.8DBX IGBd IGIH .77 3.2 ...q 24.99 23.33 1 24.17 -1.0DBXHYCpB HYIH 1.20 5.1 ...q 23.75 22.42 23.40 +1.7DBXChiSC ASHS ... ... ...q 37.50 30.24 10 34.42 -1.2DBXHrvChi CN .30e .8 ...q 42.41 29.90 3 39.04 +4.6DBXMexHd DBMX 4.12e 15.2 ...q 21.63 18.31 18.31 -7.2DBXSKorH DBKO .03p ... ...q 32.94 28.56 0 31.29 -.3DBXAWxUS DBAW 1.33e 3.1 ...q 29.07 25.86 3 28.38 +2.1DBXAsiaPH DBAP .74e 2.5 ...q 30.70 26.04 30.02 +5.7DBXEurHgd DBEU .65e 2.2 ...q 29.50 26.57 319 29.48 +3.7DBXUKHdg DBUK .89e 4.0 ...q 22.40 19.98 22.40 +2.8DBXHvChiA ASHR ... ... ...q 34.89 24.63 1101 30.78 -.8DevonE DVN .24 .6 27 45.16 28.80 4742 41.40 ElevWat n WTRX ... ... ... 33.44 28.83 30.85 -2.5Diageo DEO 3.20e 2.2 ... 147.62 117.73 515 145.79 -.2DiamOffsh DO .50 2.6 31 20.41 10.06 1388 19.20 +3.3DiamRk DRH .50 4.3 16 12.11 9.87 1562 11.72 +3.8DianaShip DSX ... ... ...dd 4.65 3.07 418 4.38 +7.6DianaS pfB DSXpB 2.22 9.4 ... 25.12 21.00 14 23.70 -4.5DianaSh20 DSXN 2.13 8.4 ... 26.18 22.76 6 25.28 -1.5DicksSptg DKS .90f 2.7 11 42.76 23.88 2407 32.79 +14.1Diebold DBD .40 3.2 14 28.50 11.43 1940 12.65 -22.6DigitalPwr DPW ... ... ...dd 5.95 .40 2.31 -28.0DigitalRlt DLR 4.04 3.8 51 127.23 96.56 1043 106.90 -6.1DigitlR pfG DLRpG 1.47 5.9 ... 26.04 24.27 8 25.00 -1.9DigtlR pfH DLRpH 1.84 7.1 ... 28.21 25.94 26 26.06 -2.3DigitRlt pfC DLRpC 1.09 4.1 ... 28.18 26.44 26.87 -2.6DigitRlt pfJ DLRpJ ... ... ... 25.30 22.13 6 23.23 -7.5DigitalR pfI DLRpI 1.59 6.2 ... 28.18 25.48 13 25.78 -6.3Dillards DDS .40 .6 9 88.51 48.20 1147 72.00 +19.9Dillard38 DDT 1.88 7.4 ... 26.40 25.13 26 25.43 -1.7DineEquity DIN 2.52m 3.6 5 81.78 36.71 296 70.61 +39.2DiploPhm DPLO ... ... 72 27.78 14.23 438 24.45 +21.8Dir SilMBl n SHNY ... ... ... 12.28 7.00 5 8.15 -14.4DirBrCm n COM ... ... ... 25.50 23.23 8 25.40 +3.4DirChInt n CWEB ... ... ... 69.08 41.71 32 53.49 +4.7Dir CnSt n SPLZ ... ... ... Dirx Euro n EUXL ... ... ... 33.40 22.79 1 26.32 +.3DirxAero n DFEN ... ... ... 58.00 25.75 42 47.60 +7.0DrxTrnBl n TPOR ... ... ... 43.11 23.47 8 33.72 -2.3DxEmMkt n EMBU ... ... ... 26.61 20.84 21.78 -15.7Dir UtBr n UTLZ ... ... ... DirxUtil n UTSL ... ... ... 34.73 19.59 22 21.87 -20.6DirxInds n DUSL ... ... ... 44.53 25.88 4 33.24 -9.5DirxMex n MEXX ... ... ... 33.36 15.84 14 16.75 -18.6DrxRBkBr rs WDRW ... ... ...q 56.13 21.55 1 21.99 -28.2DxRsaBr rs RUSS ... ... ...q 44.39 14.43 78 18.11 -21.3DxSOXBr rs SOXS ... ... ...q 33.69 9.35 2121 10.36 -37.2DxGBull rs NUGT ... ... ...q 44.03 21.25 3835 24.92 -21.4DrGMBll rs JNUG .09e .6 ...q 25.76 11.34 8784 14.12 -20.5DirSPX Br SPDN ... ... ... 34.57 28.53 2 29.78 -2.7DxGlMBr rs JDST ... ... ...q 85.50 40.90 757 50.31 -1.9DirSPBear s SPXS ... ... ...q 43.47 24.22 2867 26.49 -11.6sDir7-10TBr TYNS ... ... ...q 29.43 27.74 2 29.46 +4.3DrxDlySpxB LLSP .10p ... ...q 40.38 31.62 1 36.85 +2.4DxChiABear CHAD ... ... ...q 40.44 27.67 1 30.75 -1.3DrxNGBear rs GASX ... ... ...q 47.19 18.20 34 18.86 -19.6tDxSPOGBr rs DRIP ... ... ...q 28.73 6.78 3960 6.72 -43.3DrxRBkBull DPST ... ... ...q 95.94 43.51 10 88.18 +21.2DirDGlBr rs DUST ... ... ...q 35.88 19.01 2336 24.37 +2.8DxSPXBll s SPUU ... ... ...q 57.21 40.57 6 50.85 +2.6DxEuFnBl EUFL ... ... ... 65.95 40.00 1 43.20 -9.1DirGlMin n MELT ... ... ... 28.00 23.20 24.48 DirSCBll s SMLL .27e .5 ...q 55.75 39.39 1 55.08 +7.6Drx EurF n EUFS ... ... ... DxHiYldBr HYDD ... ... ... 20.15 10.08 0 19.19 +2.1DrNsd100 rs QQQE ... ... ...q 47.40 39.20 10 45.00 +4.2sDrxDlySCB LLSC .10p ... ...q 38.24 31.02 0 38.65 +8.8Dir TcBr n TECZ ... ... ... Dir FnBr n FAZZ ... ... ... DrxiBillion IBLN .21e .6 ...q 35.52 28.04 32.96 +2.2Drx Eng n ERYY ... ... ... DrX EuEq n EURZ ... ... ... 25.65 24.03 24.18 -.2DxRusBll s RUSL ... ... ...q 73.38 29.06 115 46.29 -8.3DiEurBll3x EURL .14e .4 ...q 47.12 29.48 14 38.28 +.5DrxEMBll rs EDC ... ... ...q 168.70 81.25 178 117.10 -6.9Dir MLPHi ZMLP 1.60m 10.5 ...q 18.29 13.61 2 15.22 -4.8DxLatBll s LBJ ... ... ...q 49.13 21.06 13 32.20 -.3sDirTotBBr SAGG ... ... ...q 32.13 30.87 0 32.27 +3.7DxBrzBull s BRZU ... ... ...q 65.25 23.05 661 36.78 -8.7DxBiotBll rs LABU ... ... ...q 116.54 41.40 966 91.90 +18.0DxIndiBll rs INDL ... ... ...q 120.64 70.91 41 78.75 -22.9DxNGBll rs GASL ... ... ...q 31.99 14.60 89 24.04 -5.3DrDevMBr DPK ... ... ...q 16.44 10.08 3 11.43 -7.2sDxSPOGBl s GUSH ... ... ...q 39.26 15.04 779 39.84 +31.3DxREBear DRV ... ... ...q 15.62 9.81 64 12.45 +18.9Dir HltBr n SICK ... ... ... Dir20yrTBr TYBS ... ... ...q 21.58 19.69 21.10 +5.9DrxFtseEm LLEM .47p ... ...q 23.59 DrxJpBull JPNL ... ... ...q 96.48 52.93 2 77.75 +.8DxEnBear rs ERY ... ... ...q 77.60 34.86 54.00 DxEMBear EDZ ... ... ...q 15.20 6.67 8.27 -8.7DxEMBear rs EDZ/WI ... ... ...q 76.00 33.35 -100.0DirPhr Bear PILS 1.50p ... ... 43.52 DrxPhMd n PILL ... ... ... 42.90 25.23 27.35 +.5Dir CySc n HAKK ... ... ... DrxSKBull KORU ... ... ...q 72.86 42.01 19 53.34 -14.4tDxSCBear rs TZA ... ... ...q 18.89 9.94 9600 9.90 -19.3DxFnBr rs FAZ ... ... ...q 19.80 9.71 847 10.44 -10.7Dx HmSu n CLAW ... ... ... DrxHmbBull NAIL ... ... ...q 110.62 39.34 75 53.65 -41.9Dx30TBear TMV ... ... ...q 22.45 17.07 1126 21.83 +23.8DxFnBull s FAS ... ... ...q 82.80 42.53 569 68.13 -.4DxBiotBea rs LABD ... ... ...q 113.20 27.10 37.40 DrxTcBr rs TECS ... ... ...q 59.08 23.64 31.35 DrxACInsi KNOW .48e 1.2 ...q 43.81 38.11 11 41.28 -.5DxMCBr rs MIDZ ... ... ...q 19.74 11.55 0 11.96 -11.1DxChiBr rs YANG ... ... ...q 111.00 36.30 51.00 Drx300Chin CHAU ... ... ...q 37.53 18.64 42 28.70 -3.4DxHcrBll s CURE ... ... ...q 63.45 35.05 107 44.70 -4.1DxTcBull s TECL ... ... ...q 149.65 69.95 148 134.49 +19.9DxRetlBll s RETL ... ... ...q 45.73 21.33 44 38.19 +6.0DxSOXBll s SOXL .12e .1 ...q 209.00 78.00 723 161.67 +17.2Dir30TrBul s TMF ... ... ...q 23.46 17.06 597 17.26 -21.9sDir10TrBear TYO ... ... ...q 15.93 13.12 16 15.92 +13.2tDx10yTBull TYD ... ... ...q 47.36 38.82 2 38.35 -12.6DxMCBull s MIDU ... ... ...q 53.91 33.43 14 47.86 +3.1DrxREBull s DRN ... ... ...q 24.73 14.68 66 17.41 -23.8DirxChiBull YINN .38e 1.0 ...q 53.89 21.08 554 36.25 +6.6DirxDMBull DZK ... ... ...q 100.54 64.13 2 82.98 +.7DrxSCBull s TNA .41e .5 ...q 81.75 48.17 2262 78.82 +12.2DrxSPBull s SPXL ... ... ...q 54.49 32.59 5261 44.79 +1.0DirxEnBull ERX ... ... ...q 44.29 21.37 1670 41.05 +17.5Discover DFS 1.40 1.8 14 81.93 57.50 2039 77.43 +.7Disney DIS 1.68f 1.6 15 113.18 96.20 8106 105.04 -2.3Div&Inco DNI 1.63 13.2 ...q 14.25 11.61 58 12.38 -7.8tDrReddy RDY .29e 1.0 ... 42.97 29.54 718 29.24 -22.2DocuSec rs DSS ... ... ...dd 3.16 .56 59 1.30 -27.8DolbyLab DLB .64 1.0 65 74.29 48.00 344 62.82 +1.3DollarGen DG 1.16f 1.2 21 105.82 65.97 4830 96.20 +3.4DomMidst DM 1.34f 9.1 11 34.85 13.90 302 14.65 -51.9DomEngy D 3.34 5.2 13 85.30 62.31 4407 63.77 -21.3tDomRes un DCUD ... ... ... 53.58 43.48 60 43.35 -16.1DomRs76 n DRUA ... ... ... 25.94 23.04 64 24.61 -3.8Dominos DPZ 2.20f .9 42 255.00 166.74 390 247.34 +30.9Domtar g UFS 1.74 3.7 17 52.58 35.72 613 47.24 -4.6Donaldson DCI .72 1.5 26 52.20 42.59 304 47.42 -3.1tDonlleyRR rs RRD .56 8.7 7 12.99 6.29 1046 6.47 -30.4DonnlyFn n DFIN ... ... ... 23.75 16.41 187 16.86 -13.5DorianLPG LPG ... ... ...dd 8.79 6.20 132 7.22 -12.2DoubIncSol DSL 1.80a 8.9 ...q 21.56 19.56 708 20.12 -.3tDblLOppCr DBL 2.00a 9.7 ...q 26.09 20.55 62 20.65 -6.9DougDyn PLOW .96 2.2 31 47.40 28.55 62 44.40 +17.5DEmmett DEI 1.00 2.7 24 41.59 34.72 1066 37.07 -9.7Dover DOV 1.88 2.4 20 109.06 75.74 1446 77.60 -23.2DoverDG DDE ... ... ...dd 2.05 .92 196 1.77 +73.5DoverMot DVD .08f 3.9 9 2.45 1.80 11 2.05 +5.1DowDuPnt DWDP 1.52 2.2 22 77.08 60.39 6010 68.03 -4.5DrPepSnap DPS 2.32 1.9 26 126.65 83.23 724 119.03 +22.6Dry Gl24 n DCF .22f 2.3 ... 10.05 9.15 80 9.28 -1.3DryHYSt DHF .35 11.1 ...q 3.60 3.12 139 3.14 -6.0DrMuBdInf DMB .75 6.0 ...q 13.54 12.10 51 12.49 -3.9DryfMu DMF .54 6.7 ...q 10.00 7.93 14 8.02 -9.8DryStrt LEO .52 6.8 ...q 9.18 7.53 129 7.61 -11.9DrySM DSM .50 6.7 ...q 8.85 7.43 112 7.46 -12.7Dril-Quip DRQ ... ... ...dd 56.55 35.85 396 46.45 -2.6DriveShack DS .48 8.1 16 6.49 2.41 757 5.93 +7.2DriveS pfB DSpB 2.44 9.6 ... 26.49 24.67 1 25.52 -.8DriveS pfC DSpC 2.01 8.0 ... 26.08 23.36 0 25.17 +.2DriveS pfD DSpD 2.09 8.4 ... 25.84 24.25 0 24.97 -1.9DuPnt pfA DDpA 3.50 4.1 ... 96.65 82.01 0 85.00 -8.0DuPnt pfB DDpB 4.50 4.4 ... 110.00 100.00 0 102.00 -5.8Ducomun DCO ... ... 18 35.55 25.06 69 32.07 +12.7Df&PGblUt DPG 1.40 9.7 ...q 17.29 13.50 80 14.40 -7.2DufPUC DUC .60 7.1 ...q 9.33 8.40 62 8.42 -4.9DukeEngy DUK 3.56 4.7 17 91.78 72.93 5476 76.03 -9.6DukeEn 73 DUKH 1.28 5.1 ... 26.60 23.71 46 25.04 -1.2DukeRlty DRE .80 2.9 22 30.14 24.30 3240 27.96 +2.8DunBrad DNB 2.09 1.7 18 130.95 101.17 249 125.32 +5.8Dycom DY ... ... 23 123.99 73.95 431 112.99 +1.4Dynagas DLNG 1.69 20.7 ... 16.47 7.51 146 8.18 -24.7Dynags pfA DLNGpA 2.25 8.7 ... 26.98 25.36 2 25.75 -1.0Dynegy 7 DYNC 1.75 2.2 ... 85.58 56.36 78.88 -.4DynexCap DX .72 11.1 15 7.41 6.02 263 6.51 -7.1Dynex pfA DXpA 2.13 8.3 ... 26.00 25.04 2 25.60 +.4Dynex pfB DXpB 1.91 7.9 ... 25.16 23.25 18 24.05 -2.9E -ETracBDC BDCS 1.84e 9.1 ...q 23.41 18.72 93 20.13 -3.0ETrMLPSht MLPS ... ... ...q 15.50 11.06 12.77 +3.2ETrAlerNG MLPG 1.86e 8.3 ...q 26.63 19.00 1 22.32 -7.3E-TrAlerInf MLPI 1.88e 8.1 ...q 28.29 20.31 122 23.19 -4.1ETBbgCmd DJCI ... ... ...q 16.67 14.33 3 16.53 +3.1ETrAlerian AMU 1.45e 8.5 ...q 20.05 14.59 63 17.04 -1.6E-TrFood FUD ... ... ...q 19.82 17.55 0 17.69 -1.7sE-TrcEngy UBN ... ... ...q 9.56 5.67 2 9.62 +23.6E-TrcIMet UBM ... ... ...q 22.54 13.55 17.75 +4.0E-TracAg UAG ... ... ...q 21.45 16.11 17.72 -.4ETr2xBDC BDCL 3.52e 23.2 ...q 20.09 13.13 38 15.19 -7.7E-TrcCmci UCI ... ... ...q 16.07 12.85 6 16.05 +4.3E-TrcSilv USV ... ... ...q 22.76 19.91 20.56 -5.5E-TrcGld UBG ... ... ...q 35.00 31.00 33.26 +.7E-TrLvstk UBC ... ... ...q 21.19 15.85 18.18 -8.1ECA MTrI ECT .33e 15.9 5 2.55 1.45 55 2.05 -4.7EG Comp AGEM ... ... ...q 22.55 EGBasMat LGEM ... ... ...q 10.05 EG CnsGds GGEM ... ... ...q 23.42 EG CnsSvc VGEM ... ... ...q 22.28 EG Fincl FGEM ... ... ...q 20.32 EG HltCre HGEM ... ... ...q 23.77 EG Tech QGEM ... ... ...q 21.71 EG MetMn EMT ... ... ...q 9.98 EG Energy OGEM ... ... ...q 22.23 EG Utils UGEM ... ... ...q 15.87 EG Telecm TGEM ... ... ...q 19.72 ELF Inc n ELF ... ... ... 28.50 16.82 243 19.67 -11.8EMCOR EME .32 .4 23 85.08 61.97 645 76.19 -6.8EMX Roy g EMX ... ... ... 1.04 .67 8 .92 +10.7ENI E 1.29e 3.3 ...dd 40.15 29.44 425 39.02 +17.6sEOG Rescs EOG .74f .6 ...dd 120.41 81.99 2838 121.50 +12.6EP Energy EPE ... ... ...dd 4.85 1.27 945 3.00 +27.1EPAM Sys EPAM ... ... ...cc 131.75 77.96 283 123.54 +15.0EPR Prop EPR 3.84 6.6 15 75.55 51.87 499 58.39 -10.8EPR pfC EPRpC 1.44 5.7 ... 29.73 23.38 1 25.18 -6.5EPR pfE EPRpE 2.25 6.6 ... 37.59 33.48 0 34.07 -7.5EPR Pr pfG EPRpG 1.44 6.6 ... 25.23 21.60 17 21.97 -12.2EQT Corp EQT .12 .2 ...dd 67.84 43.70 3867 53.55 -5.9EQT GP n EQGP 1.03e 4.2 12 31.77 21.05 228 24.75 -8.0EQT Mid EQM 4.26f 7.8 10 78.75 50.89 286 54.30 -25.7sETF SITRis RISE ... ... ...q 25.16 22.59 1 25.17 +5.9ETF JrSil SILJ ... ... ...q 13.81 9.79 43 11.23 -1.1ETF Cyber HACK ... ... ...q 38.33 28.38 301 37.09 +17.2ETF BigD BIGD ... ... ...q 28.47 26.40 27.78 ETF MobP IPAY ... ... ...q 38.65 28.75 54 38.50 +10.3ETF M AlH MJ ... ... ... 39.72 26.02 174 30.08 +2.9ETF M Vid GAMR ... ... ... 51.93 39.50 15 50.75 +5.9ETF Drone IFLY ... ... ... 38.00 33.54 4 34.88 -6.7ETF AIPw n AIEQ ... ... ... 28.00 24.03 67 27.66 +6.9ETF MgT ef WSKY ... ... ... 35.50 31.34 1 32.93 -3.7Pure Fintch FINQ ... ... ... 29.73 27.44 28.95 sBlStIsrTc n ITEQ ... ... ... 34.12 30.11 11 34.15 +8.0ETF Clim ETHO ... ... ...q 37.25 29.90 1 35.21 +3.6ETFAlpAlt ALFA ... ... ...q 47.05 38.79 11 46.74 +9.2ChngFnDvr CHGX ... ... ... 20.37 18.02 7 19.11 +2.0ETF EmM n EEMD ... ... ... 28.41 24.66 2 25.24 -3.5ETF spx H n SPDV ... ... ... 28.19 25.00 31 26.57 +1.6ETF AptF n FTVA ... ... ... 30.36 24.74 4 27.23 +.3ETF GOP n MAGA ... ... ... 29.82 24.92 1 27.82 -.3NtDUSEq ef MXDU ... ... ... 28.40 25.93 4 27.26 -4.0NtRkBsInt ef RBIN ... ... ... 27.45 25.53 26.33 -4.1RsBsUSE ef RBUS ... ... ... 27.19 24.83 25.76 -5.3ETF RvCp n RVRS ... ... ... 16.76 14.84 3 16.00 +.6ETF BrVl n BVAL ... ... ... 16.70 14.46 0 15.14 -4.7ETFDeepV DVP .66e 1.9 ...q 36.90 26.95 21 34.49 +5.1GlGoGld n GOAU ... ... ... 14.13 11.39 12 12.87 -1.1ETF OCIO n OCIO ... ... ... 27.81 25.44 1 26.80 +.1ETF Seren ICAN ... ... ... 28.54 25.35 1 27.85 +2.6PremisCap TCTL ... ... ... 31.57 27.59 0 30.05 +.3AmCusSat ACSI ... ... ... 30.55 AptBehMo BEMO ... ... ... 33.93 27.10 8 33.57 +10.7EtfAlphacln ALFI ... ... ...q 26.95 22.64 2 25.85 +3.6EtfUSGblJ JETS ... ... ...q 34.75 27.69 27 30.62 -6.0ETF Master HIPS 1.29 7.7 ...q 18.64 17.22 16.80 -5.3EtfDiaHVal DHVW .99e 3.1 ...q 33.86 30.05 2 32.37 -3.1EtfInfcMLP AMZA 2.08 27.3 ...q 10.56 6.55 664 7.62 -11.5ETF BioPr n BBP ... ... ... 45.18 37.33 2 43.62 +7.5ETF ClinT n BBC ... ... ... 36.25 25.88 8 33.60 +18.2InfrCpPfd PFFR ... ... ... 25.13 23.61 2 24.12 -3.7EtfNwfMSec NFLT 1.13e 4.6 ...q 25.95 23.87 11 24.37 -3.4EtfReavUt UTES ... ... ...q 34.83 30.92 30.97 -4.9Etf VirtEM EMEM ... ... ... 28.57 24.44 25.10 -4.2Virt GlFc ef VGFO ... ... ... 27.82 25.00 27.82 +5.8ETF Virt n CUMB ... ... ... 26.08 24.38 1 24.60 -3.5ETF PrMtl GLTR ... ... ...q 68.06 59.21 9 63.28 -2.7ETFS Com BCI ... ... ... 25.79 18.58 10 25.15 +2.7ETFS Comd BCD ... ... ... 27.15 23.25 1 27.01 +4.9ETFS EnCm BEF ... ... ... 28.85 22.55 0 28.74 +13.2ETFSGold SGOL ... ... ...q 132.10 117.19 18 125.00 -.9ETF Pall PALL ... ... ...q 107.47 71.96 108 93.89 -7.5ETF Plat PPLT ... ... ...q 97.94 83.35 189 84.77 -4.2EagleCGr GRF .50e 2.4 ...q 8.59 7.11 2 7.37 -7.2EagleGrInc EGIF 1.31 8.5 ...q 17.45 14.83 13 15.31 -7.7EagleMat EXP .40 .4 26 122.49 86.51 545 107.76 -4.9EaglePtCr ECC .80 4.4 ... 21.60 17.28 148 18.21 -3.2EagleP pfA ECCA 1.94 7.7 ... 26.36 24.96 5 25.22 -2.4EaglePt 20 ECCZ 1.75 7.0 ... 26.00 24.70 25.17 +.1EaglPt pfB ECCB 1.94 7.4 ... 26.60 25.50 2 26.10 -.7EagleP27 n ECCY ... ... ... 26.75 24.80 1 25.41 Earthstone ESTE ... ... ...dd 12.17 7.85 125 9.29 -12.6EastGvP n DEA 1.04 5.2 30 22.32 19.03 506 19.84 -7.0EstANG wd NGT/WD ... ... ... Eastgrp EGP 2.56 2.9 31 95.03 77.74 273 89.58 +1.4EastChem EMN 2.24 2.1 15 112.45 78.39 966 108.58 +17.2EastCh wt EMN/WS ... ... ... .55 EKodak wt KODK/WS ... ... ... 2.79 .01 1.15 +22900.0EKodk wtA KODK/WS/A ... ... ... 3.15 .00 .91 +8960.0EKodak KODK ... ... 9 13.28 2.95 157 5.10 +64.5Eaton ETN 2.64f 3.4 18 89.85 69.82 1893 77.33 -2.1EatVn 22 n EFL ... ... ... 10.09 9.08 64 9.48 +2.6EatV HiIn21 EHT .60 6.1 ... 10.52 9.34 35 9.86 -1.4EV CAMu EVM .68 6.7 ...q 12.89 10.15 35 10.23 -11.1EVCAMu2 EIA .62 5.8 ...q 13.00 10.55 3 10.72 -6.8EVCAMu CEV .71 6.2 ...q 13.01 11.23 11 11.46 -5.8EatnVan EV 1.24f 2.2 22 60.95 44.91 596 57.59 +2.1EV EnEq EOI 1.04 6.7 ...q 15.71 12.94 108 15.54 +7.1EV EEq2 EOS 1.05 6.2 ...q 17.43 14.29 170 17.00 +11.7EV FltRt EFT .91 6.1 ...q 15.33 14.03 71 14.94 +4.3EVFltRtIP EFF 1.13 6.9 ...q 17.55 15.93 41 16.39 +.5EV LtdDur EVV 1.22 9.5 ...q 14.29 12.67 397 12.78 -6.4EV MAMu MAB .65 5.1 ...q 16.00 12.35 2 12.67 -4.1EVMAMu MMV .69 5.6 ...q 14.04 12.28 3 12.35 -5.8EV MIMu MIW .71 5.5 ...q 14.39 12.52 1 12.97 -3.6 EVMIMu EMI .71 5.6 ...q 14.52 12.04 5 12.69 -1.1EVMuniBd EIM .77 6.5 ...q 12.99 11.60 312 11.76 -6.0EVMuni2 EIV .70 6.0 ...q 12.95 11.47 53 11.61 -5.7EVMunTT ETX .85 4.4 ...q 21.20 18.81 27 19.41 -6.3EV MuIT EVN .85 7.3 ...q 13.13 11.39 47 11.68 -5.8EV NMuOp EOT 1.03 5.1 ...q 23.54 20.11 36 20.25 -10.1EV NJMu EMJ .75 6.3 ...q 13.52 11.51 5 11.83 -4.8EVNJMu EVJ .73 6.5 ...q 12.95 10.99 17 11.17 -4.8EVNYMu2 NYH .69 6.4 ...q 13.64 10.48 13 10.74 -7.1EV NYMu ENX .72 6.4 ...q 13.34 11.01 44 11.20 -9.2EVNYMu EVY .74 6.2 ...q 13.56 11.84 13 11.97 -5.8EV OHMu EIO .70 6.2 ...q 14.70 11.35 5 11.41 -10.2EVOHMu EVO .73 5.9 ...q 14.11 12.10 9 12.45 -4.4EV PAMu EIP .77 6.5 ...q 13.35 11.62 5 11.83 -4.9tEVPAMu EVP .73 6.4 ...q 12.66 11.27 1 11.32 -7.1EVRiskMgd ETJ 1.12 11.8 ...q 9.92 8.74 245 9.42 -2.2EV SrFlt EFR .95 6.4 ...q 15.06 14.01 94 14.80 +2.5EV SrInc EVF .42 6.4 ...q 6.87 6.31 138 6.60 +1.2EVShDur EVG 1.08 8.1 ...q 14.64 13.22 70 13.29 -7.4EVTxABdO EXD 1.16 11.8 ...q 11.98 9.17 35 9.79 -4.5EV TxAd EVT 1.74 7.6 ...q 24.43 21.01 65 22.76 -2.2EV TxAG ETG 1.23 7.2 ...q 18.45 16.06 98 17.13 -1.2EV TxAOp ETO 2.16 8.4 ...q 26.83 22.60 28 25.63 +.9EV TxDiver ETY 1.01 8.2 ...q 12.57 10.17 294 12.40 +1.7EVTxMGlo EXG .98 10.4 ...q 9.84 8.02 628 9.39 +.1EVTxBWIn ETB 1.30 8.1 ...q 17.27 15.28 52 16.04 -4.1EVTxGBW ETW 1.17 10.0 ...q 12.74 11.15 173 11.73 -1.6EVTxBWOp ETV 1.33 8.6 ...q 15.63 14.19 177 15.40 +.2EclipseRs ECR ... ... 24 3.10 1.23 1803 1.68 -30.0Ecolab ECL 1.64 1.1 31 150.46 125.74 1084 147.71 +10.1Ecopetrol EC .16e .7 ... 23.34 8.60 1378 22.34 +52.7Edenor EDN ... ... ... 63.29 28.88 98 44.68 -10.1Edgewell EPC ... ... 11 78.04 39.50 618 44.72 -24.7EdisonInt EIX 2.42f 3.9 14 83.38 57.63 1602 61.42 -2.9EducRltTr EDR 1.56 4.6 27 40.84 30.07 2593 34.01 -2.6EdwLfSci s EW ... ... 45 143.22 100.20 729 136.42 +21.0eHiCarSvc EHIC ... ... ... 13.43 8.89 86 13.39 +15.78x8 Inc EGHT ... ... ...dd 23.05 10.30 730 22.25 +57.8ElPasoEl EE 1.34 2.4 24 61.15 48.05 414 55.40 +.1ElPasE pf EPpC 2.38 5.0 ... 51.33 45.41 47.34 -2.9EldorGld g EGO .02e ... 10 3.66 .80 2123 .95 -33.4Electrmed ELMD ... ... 20 7.96 4.12 6 5.20 -14.3ElevCr n ELVT ... ... ... 9.48 5.90 132 8.51 +13.0EliLilly LLY 2.25 2.8 77 89.09 73.69 3614 81.18 -3.9Elk HiQPfd EPRF ... ... ... 25.00 22.14 3 23.08 -2.8Elkh LoVl n LVHB ... ... ... 34.44 29.71 24 31.06 -4.1ElkFdCm ef RCOM ... ... ... 30.34 22.87 28.34 +.9EllieMae ELLI ... ... 71 114.95 79.71 476 101.99 +14.1EllingtnF EFC 1.76 11.0 12 17.00 14.12 50 16.05 +10.6EllingtRM EARN 1.48 13.2 14 15.74 10.23 165 11.19 -7.1Ellomay ELLO ... ... ... 11.09 7.50 3 7.91 -12.1EllswthFd ECF .80e 8.5 ...q 9.88 8.79 30 9.36 -.5Ellswt pfA ECFpA 1.31 5.5 ... 26.20 23.39 3 23.93 -4.8eMagin EMAN ... ... ...dd 3.00 1.23 52 1.50 -9.1EAndinA AKO/A .68e 2.8 ... 28.25 21.51 0 24.12 -9.0EAndinB AKO/B .74e 2.7 ... 31.80 23.42 26 27.31 -6.7Embraer ERJ .13e .5 ... 28.55 17.90 544 25.16 +5.1EmerExp n EEX .29f 1.4 ... 24.56 18.19 328 20.55 +1.0EmergeES EMES 2.68m ... ...dd 13.40 5.65 406 8.64 +20.2EmergBio EBS ... ... 28 55.91 29.15 296 49.70 +7.0EmrgBio wi EBS.WI ... ... ... EmersonEl EMR 1.94 2.7 28 74.45 57.39 1599 71.95 +3.2EmerR hs MSN ... ... ...dd 1.89 1.07 13 1.46 EmpOPES ESBA .34 2.1 ... 21.53 15.17 10 16.20 -21.7EmpOP60 OGCP .34 2.0 ... 21.30 15.28 17.24 -15.4EmpOP250 FISK .34 2.1 ... 21.26 16.24 16.54 -18.9EmpStRTr ESRT .34 2.1 42 21.66 16.23 1475 16.29 -20.7EmployH EIG .80 2.0 14 50.45 38.35 122 40.10 -9.7tEElChile EOCC 1.07e 4.9 ... 29.41 21.65 48 21.89 -18.7EnLinkLP ENLK 1.56 9.6 ... 18.58 12.75 447 16.20 +5.4EnableMid ENBL 1.27 8.3 17 16.49 12.89 1532 15.33 +7.8EnbrdgEM EEQ 1.40t ... ...dd 17.37 8.38 1036 9.44 -29.5EnbrdgEPt EEP 1.40 13.9 12 17.94 8.89 3101 10.08 -27.0Enbridge ENB 2.68 ... ... 42.31 29.00 3314 32.70 -16.4EnCana g ECA .06 .4 23 14.31 8.01 7721 13.44 +.8EncompHlth EHC 1.00 1.6 23 64.73 42.21 516 63.27 +28.1HlthSth wt HLS/WS ... ... ... .57 EndvSilv g EXK ... ... 47 3.24 1.94 876 2.83 +18.4EnduroRT NDRO 1.55e 43.7 10 4.41 2.18 484 3.55 +12.7EnerCre wt ENCR/WS ... ... ... EnerCore n ENCR ... ... ... Energen EGN .08 .1 24 70.27 46.16 1264 66.32 +15.2Energizer n ENR 1.16 2.0 20 64.00 40.64 536 56.91 +18.6Engy&Exp ENXP ... ... ... EnFuel grs UUUU ... ... ... 2.21 1.30 301 2.02 +12.8EgyTrEq s ETE 1.22 7.3 20 19.34 12.80 2659 16.69 -3.3EngyTrfPt ETP 2.26 12.0 18 23.72 15.06 4568 18.86 +5.2EnerJexR ENRJ ... ... ...dd .85 .11 .21 -6.8Enerpls g ERF .12e 1.0 16 12.76 7.55 927 12.34 +26.0EnersisAm ENIA .21e 2.0 ... 12.11 9.07 1470 10.45 -6.4EnersAm wi ENIA/WI ... ... ... 8.16 EnerChile ENIC .22e 3.9 ... 6.57 5.03 297 5.68 EnerSys ENS .70 .9 26 84.24 61.33 292 73.73 +5.9Engility EGL ... ... ...cc 35.63 21.19 128 29.74 +4.8EnLinkLLC ENLC 1.05f 6.3 14 20.00 13.80 233 16.60 -5.7Ennis Inc EBF .80 4.3 14 21.50 15.90 59 18.60 -10.4sEnovaIntl ENVA ... ... 19 34.25 11.15 384 33.95 +123.4EnPro NPO .96f 1.3 41 94.79 65.12 174 73.07 -21.9ENSCO ESV .04 .6 ...dd 7.74 4.10 16071 7.02 +18.8Enservco ENSV ... ... ... 1.20 .28 713 1.16 +80.1EnSync ESNC ... ... ... .65 .31 380 .35 -11.8Entercom ETM .36 4.6 10 12.43 7.20 2049 7.80 -27.8EntArk66 n EAI 1.22 5.0 ... 25.29 23.08 18 24.37 -3.0EntArk 63 EAE 1.19 5.0 ... 25.60 22.51 3 23.65 -5.1EntArk 52 EAB 1.23 5.1 ... 25.45 23.26 4 24.04 -4.7Entergy ETR 3.56 4.6 34 87.85 71.95 889 76.97 -5.4EntLA 66 ELC 1.22 5.1 ... 25.17 23.08 14 24.11 -2.9EntgyLA52 ELJ 1.31 5.2 ... 25.75 23.76 3 25.05 -.2EntLA 63 ELU 1.18 5.0 ... 25.72 22.61 1 23.52 -5.2EntMS FtM EMP ... ... ... 25.49 23.18 13 24.11 -4.1EntgyNO n ENO ... ... ... 26.99 24.25 12 25.01 -2.4EntgyNO 52 ENJ 1.25 5.2 ... 25.90 23.17 1 24.25 -2.9EntgyTx64 EZT 1.41 5.5 ... 27.67 25.02 8 25.53 -3.7EntProdPt EPD 1.71f 6.1 21 29.51 23.10 5626 28.21 +6.4Entravisn EVC .20 4.7 43 7.90 4.00 392 4.30 -39.9tEntrResc EGI ... ... ... .69 .34 241 .35 -42.0Envestnet ENV ... ... 45 60.28 35.00 142 54.80 +9.9EnviroStr EVI .20e ... 82 43.10 18.90 9 40.00 EnvisnHl n EVHC ... ... ...dd 64.00 23.79 2116 42.45 +22.8Enviva n EVA 2.50f 8.5 ...cc 31.95 25.01 139 29.35 +6.1EnzoBio ENZ ... ... ...dd 12.04 5.35 168 6.72 -17.5Equifax EFX 1.56 1.4 20 147.02 89.59 674 114.47 -2.9EquityCmw EQC ... ... 31 32.35 27.96 452 30.57 +.2EqCm pfD EQCpD 1.63 6.3 ... 27.24 25.24 3 25.60 -2.8EqCm pfE EQCpE 1.81 ... ... EqCmw 42 EQCO 1.44 5.7 ... 26.64 24.56 25.05 -1.4EqtyLfPrp ELS 2.20 2.5 27 91.94 79.78 406 87.24 -2.0EqtyRsd EQR 2.16 3.6 29 70.46 54.97 1586 60.25 -5.5EquusTR EQS ... ... 30q 2.97 2.16 17 2.39 -.4EraGroup ERA ... ... 12 12.41 8.00 71 12.24 +13.9Eros Intl EROS ... ... ...dd 16.90 6.65 181 12.00 +24.4EscoTech ESE .32 .6 19 66.80 50.30 96 55.70 -7.6Espey ESP 1.00 3.6 57 29.97 21.07 5 28.11 +17.3Essent ESNT ... ... 9 50.08 32.73 485 35.77 -17.6EssexPT ESS 7.00 3.0 27 270.04 214.03 336 230.13 -4.7EsteeLdr EL 1.52 1.1 49 153.88 91.88 2489 144.70 +13.7Esterline ESL ... ... 17 102.70 67.15 199 74.80 +.1EtfSilver SIVR ... ... ...q 17.70 14.92 54 15.94 -3.5EthanAl ETH .76 3.1 17 33.13 21.50 297 24.30 -15.0Etrac2xMtg MORL 3.31e 22.0 ...q 19.50 12.50 82 15.07 -14.6Et2xDJDiv DVYL 3.55e 5.1 ...q 77.86 60.01 1 69.55 -5.0Etr2xHomb HOML ... ... ...q 70.00 31.60 48.82 -18.9EtrCrdOil n OILX ... ... ... 41.50 25.90 40.98 +25.7EtHiDLwV HDLV 2.57e 10.7 ... 33.35 23.89 2 24.08 -25.2Etr2xSPX SPLX ... ... ...q 73.35 35.85 0 55.91 +3.1Etr2xCEFd CEFL 2.88 18.2 ...q 18.98 15.40 48 15.81 -12.7EtrcDvsHi DVHL 2.85e 15.2 ...q 22.87 17.57 3 18.69 -7.5EtrWFxEn LMLP 1.90e 11.9 ... 19.00 13.94 25 15.91 +1.0EtracReit LRET 2.00e 9.3 ...q 27.57 19.32 5 21.41 -18.6UBS VlHdg XIVH ... ... ... 82.84 11.86 6 15.05 -80.5VelShSP46 BSWN ... ... ... 24.95 9.02 10.97 -38.6UBS VlVIX LSVX ... ... ... 33.40 12.32 0 15.07 -50.8Etr EnhGl FIHD ... ... ... 191.45 145.40 8 165.11 -4.1FI EnhEu n FIEE ... ... ... 202.02 151.77 1 174.55 -1.6Etr SP MLP MLPZ .06p ... ... 55.22 31.45 0 39.00 -9.0Etr MLP In MLPQ .08p ... ... 52.15 25.63 6 33.02 -12.4EtrAlerTRt AMUB .36p ... ...q 19.00 16.38 16.38 -5.3EtrAlerInf MLPB .99e ... ...q 27.35 20.87 21.13 -9.1EtrBCmdty UCIB ... ... ...q 15.88 10.10 15.88 +5.8EtrWFBsD BDCZ .91e ... ...q 26.16 19.08 19.92 -4.5Etr2xLevLg LBDC 2.89e 19.2 ...q 20.88 13.65 15.09 -7.4EtrMtgReit MRRL 1.70e ... ...q 19.46 11.51 1 15.05 -15.0EtrSCHiDv SMHD 3.06e 17.5 ...q 21.90 14.27 2 17.50 -10.9Euronav n EURN 2.41e ... ...dd 9.65 6.90 216 8.35 -9.7EuroEqFd EEA .17e 1.7 ...q 10.88 9.02 3 9.81 -.6EvansBc EVBN .92f 2.0 19 47.08 37.80 8 46.70 +11.5sEvercore EVR 2.00f 1.8 25 108.90 66.80 247 109.10 +21.2EverestRe RE 5.00 2.2 25 277.17 208.81 224 229.07 +3.5EveriHldgs EVRI ... ... ...dd 8.99 6.08 348 7.46 -1.1EversrceE ES 2.02 3.5 19 66.15 55.93 2637 57.44 -9.1Evertec EVTC .40 1.9 18 21.85 12.60 558 21.60 +58.2EvolentH n EVH ... ... ...dd 27.50 10.30 1166 19.65 +59.8EvolPetrol EPM .40 4.3 19 9.50 6.35 97 9.25 +35.0EvoquaWt n AQUA ... ... ...cc 25.36 18.05 659 19.28 -18.7ETYldShHi YYY 1.92 10.4 ...q 20.00 18.26 22 18.48 -5.1ExTrRobo ROBO .07e .2 ...q 46.20 33.79 247 41.87 +1.3RxVlmxWk VMAX ... ... ... 31.03 2.69 0 20.28 +65.7Ber Gl Rs n BRGL ... ... ... 28.14 24.89 27.33 +4.9Ber US Rs n BERN ... ... ... 29.41 24.94 1 28.58 +6.3ExTTactUS HTUS ... ... ...q 29.30 24.04 68 27.00 -.5ETF IndExp TETF ... ... ... 21.64 15.30 8 20.93 +9.9RxVlmxInF VMIN ... ... ... 46.55 2.37 107 3.13 -90.9ExTrGldE GHE ... ... ... 26.95 26.94 26.95 ExTGldSP GHS 1.33e 4.1 ... 36.05 28.94 0 32.78 +.3ETEMeCmc EMQQ .02p ... ...q 43.50 31.07 99 38.24 +.5Exelon EXC 1.38f 3.5 11 42.67 34.91 4287 39.79 +1.0Express EXPR ... ... 29 11.34 5.28 1561 9.11 -10.2ExtendStay STAY .88f 4.5 41 21.28 16.27 1152 19.61 +3.2Exterran n EXTN ... ... ...cc 33.69 23.29 187 29.25 -7.0ExtraSpce EXR 3.12 3.4 22 95.96 73.70 776 92.19 +5.4ExxonMbl XOM 3.28f 4.0 18 89.30 72.16 9567 82.02 -1.9F -FB Finl n FBK .06p ... 17 45.43 32.84 76 42.37 +.9FBL Fn FFG 1.84f 2.4 18 81.75 59.75 15 77.70 +11.6FCB Fin FCB ... ... 22 60.70 39.90 783 59.30 +16.7FGL Hldg n FG ... ... ... 11.94 8.65 574 8.96 -11.0FGL Hld wt FG/WS ... ... ... 2.50 .97 1.48 -2.0FMC Corp FMC .66 .7 17 98.70 71.43 1560 91.77 -3.1FNBCp PA FNB .48 3.5 14 14.92 12.02 1423 13.54 -2.0FNB FL pfE FNBpE ... ... ... 31.65 27.64 9 27.85 -4.8FTFQAntiB BTAL ... ... ...q 20.77 18.31 18.98 -1.6FTFQMom MOM ... ... ...q 26.26 22.36 2 25.87 +7.7FTFQuSize SIZ ... ... ...q 21.94 19.25 19.75 -1.2FTFQValu CHEP ... ... ...q 27.13 23.73 17 24.68 -5.4FTFQHgDiv DIVA 1.08e 2.9 ...q 25.68 23.17 0 23.53 -5.3FqfOAsiaDv OASI .43e ... ...q 32.18 27.53 0 29.27 -2.4FqfOEurDiv OEUR .15e ... ...q 26.90 23.65 13 24.72 -2.9FQFO USDv OUSA .20e ... ... 33.39 28.98 36 30.54 -4.3 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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FS Invest FSIC .76 9.7 8 9.40 6.95 1152 7.85 +6.8FTE Net n FTNW ... ... ... 26.25 14.10 9 14.78 -10.4sFTI Cnslt FCN ... ... 26 60.40 31.65 454 60.14 +40.0sFTS Intl n FTSI ... ... ... 19.93 18.84 392 20.01 +2.0Fabrinet FN ... ... 13 47.02 24.02 421 36.92 +28.6FactsetR FDS 2.56 1.3 25 217.36 155.09 196 197.67 +2.5sFairIsaac FICO .08 ... 46 180.42 131.14 206 180.09 +17.6FairmSant FMSA ... ... 38 6.39 2.47 2166 6.06 +15.9sFangHldg SFUN .20e 3.7 ...dd 5.60 3.01 2780 5.38 -3.6Farmland FPI .51 6.5 71 10.09 7.15 150 7.86 -9.4Farmln pfB FPIpB 1.50 6.1 ... 27.96 24.60 9 24.69 -4.2FedExCp FDX 2.00 .8 15 274.66 189.44 1069 247.12 -1.0FedAgric AGM 2.32 2.5 ... 92.57 58.17 27 91.02 +16.3FdAgricA AGM/A 2.32 2.8 25 85.56 56.10 0 83.81 +15.2FAgMt pfA AGMpA 1.47 5.8 ... 26.88 24.75 0 25.40 +1.1FAgMt pfB AGMpB 1.72 6.7 ... 28.80 25.52 2 25.83 -2.0FAgMt pfC AGMpC 1.50 5.7 ... 31.25 26.02 26.50 -4.7FedRlty FRT 4.00 3.5 20 135.59 106.41 467 114.09 -14.1FedRlt pfC FRTpC 1.25 5.7 ... 25.48 21.32 15 22.06 -12.4FedSignl FSS .28 1.2 29 24.18 15.47 247 23.73 +18.1FedInvst FII 1.08f 4.3 9 36.76 24.11 1416 24.85 -31.1tFedPMu FMN .88 6.7 ...q 15.07 13.25 39 13.26 -5.6Ferrari n RACE ... ... ... 141.56 83.44 258 133.84 +27.7Ferrellgs FGP .40 10.9 ...dd 5.75 2.87 132 3.68 -14.0Ferro FOE ... ... 17 25.50 16.48 225 21.42 -9.2FiatChrys FCAU ... ... ... 24.95 10.21 4593 22.28 +24.9FibriaCelu FBR .09e .5 ... 22.05 9.56 1059 19.08 +29.8tFidCorpBd FCOR 1.58 3.3 ...q 51.30 48.28 8 48.23 -5.3FidLtdTm FLTB .98 2.0 ...q 50.75 49.21 3 49.26 -1.7FidTotBd FBND 1.20e 2.5 ...q 51.74 48.51 72 48.60 -3.3FidCnsDis FDIS .40e 1.0 ...q 42.99 34.66 49 41.27 +5.5FidCnsStpl FSTA .87e 2.9 ... 35.47 29.50 75 30.06 -12.4FidEnergy FENY .53e 2.5 ...q 21.69 17.01 195 21.62 +7.8FidFinan FNCL .60e 1.4 ...q 43.90 34.09 164 41.42 +1.6FidHlthCre FHLC .70e 1.7 ...q 44.44 36.07 86 40.85 +2.2FidIndls FIDU .56e 1.5 ...q 41.28 33.96 34 38.13 -1.5Fid Val n FVAL ... ... ... 35.18 28.51 19 32.91 +.2Fid Qual n FQAL ... ... ... 34.02 28.07 6 32.42 +2.0FidInfoTch FTEC .42e .8 ...q 56.55 42.32 281 55.27 +10.6Fid Moment FDMO ... ... ... 33.84 27.54 27 33.18 +6.1Fid LowVol FDLO ... ... ... 32.45 27.39 4 30.81 +.7Fid RisR n FDRR ... ... ... 32.71 27.78 159 30.68 +.1Fid CoreD n FDVV ... ... ... 30.41 26.24 31 29.28 +2.1FidMsciRE FREL .86e 3.7 ...q 25.36 21.73 98 23.01 -6.8FidUtils FUTY 1.21e 3.7 ...q 37.01 30.99 181 32.61 -5.5FidTelecm FCOM .76e 2.7 ...q 33.57 27.59 18 28.16 -8.9FidelMatls FMAT .53e 1.5 ...q 37.11 30.35 145 34.60 -1.2FidlNatFn FNF 1.20f 3.2 15 42.52 29.76 1157 37.93 -3.3FidNatInfo FIS 1.28 1.2 20 105.02 83.25 1168 104.84 +11.4FidClayOp FMO 1.72f 14.4 ...q 15.43 10.27 108 12.00 -8.7Fieldpt wt FPP/WS ... ... ... .39 .00 .00 FifthStF 24 FSCE 1.47 5.8 ... 25.45 24.92 25.15 58.com WUBA ... ... ...cc 89.90 40.02 394 87.32 +22.0FstAccept FAC ... ... ...dd 1.50 .78 .81 -31.9FstAFin n FAF 1.52 2.9 22 62.71 42.42 927 53.19 -5.1FtBcp pfA FBPpA ... ... ... 12.30 FtBcp pfB FBPpB ... ... ... 12.00 FtBcp pfC FBPpC ... ... ... 12.07 FtBcp pfD FBPpD ... ... ... 12.69 FtBcp pfE FBPpE ... ... ... 12.03 sFstBcpPR FBP ... ... 26 7.79 4.48 1896 7.85 +53.9sFstCash FCFS .88f 1.0 34 91.00 52.65 368 91.40 +35.5FstCwlth FCF .36f 2.3 22 15.78 12.05 548 15.61 +9.0FstData n FDC ... ... 10 19.85 14.73 5976 19.50 +16.7FstHorizon FHN .48 2.5 17 20.86 15.84 4366 19.46 -2.7FstHrz pfA FHNpA 1.55 6.1 ... 26.06 24.77 8 25.23 +.1FstInRT FR .87 2.8 21 32.91 27.61 751 31.29 -.6FMajSilv g AG ... ... ...dd 9.24 4.93 2829 7.15 +6.1FstRepBk FRC .72 .7 ... 105.52 84.56 877 99.12 +14.4FstRep pfB FRCpB 1.55 6.0 ... 25.63 FstRep pfD FRCpD 1.38 5.4 ... 26.36 24.16 4 25.48 -.2FstRep pfE FRCpE 1.75 6.8 ... 27.45 25.75 14 25.88 -1.0FstRep pfF FRCpF 1.43 5.6 ... 27.00 24.65 1 25.60 -.7FtRepB pfH FRCpH 1.28 5.2 ... 25.97 23.30 13 24.73 -2.6FtRpBk pfG FRCpG ... ... ... 27.50 24.09 11 25.01 -3.2FtTr 22 n FIV ... ... ... 10.10 9.02 113 9.49 +3.9tFtTrGlob FAM .90 8.5 ...q 12.15 10.58 26 10.59 -8.5FT MCGr FNY .15e .4 ...q 43.00 33.60 40 42.82 +9.3FT MCVal FNK .40e 1.1 ...q 37.68 32.17 4 35.73 -1.5FT Austrla FAUS .80e 2.4 ...q 34.27 30.12 0 33.19 -2.4sFT SCGr FYC .04e .1 ...q 46.17 36.49 25 46.36 +9.1FT SCVal FYT .26e .7 ...q 38.64 32.07 5 37.51 +1.8FT MegaCp FMK .44e 1.3 ...q 36.82 29.16 1 34.57 +3.2FTEurSelDv FDD 1.09e 7.7 ...q 14.79 12.90 204 14.25 +3.8sFTDJMic FDM .49e 1.0 ...q 49.45 41.59 53 49.48 +4.3FT DynEq FDEU 1.45 8.3 ...q 20.20 16.46 87 17.47 -6.6FtTEqCom ERM ... ... ... 23.64 19.95 1 22.07 -1.3FtT EqTact TERM ... ... ... 23.62 19.41 17 22.11 -1.1FT PfdSec FPE 1.02e 5.3 ...q 20.25 19.20 634 19.36 -3.2FT HeitGl PRME ... ... ... 20.81 17.96 19.84 -.6FT EM Sl n RNEM ... ... ... 59.26 51.56 0 53.56 -1.7FT LgShEq FTLS .16e .4 ...q 41.72 35.60 8 39.22 -.2FT PfInc n FPEI ... ... ... 21.03 19.39 13 19.44 -3.5FT VolIn n HDMV ... ... ... 36.34 32.75 7 34.72 +1.2FT VolD n HUSV ... ... ... 23.72 21.53 22 22.56 -1.8FTEgyInco FEN 2.32 10.0 ...q 28.00 21.34 54 23.13 -12.7FTEnInfra FIF 1.32a 8.2 ...q 19.23 14.57 62 16.03 -10.0FtTrEnEq FFA .96 6.2 ...q 16.67 14.00 37 15.46 -4.5FTArcaBio FBT ... ... ...q 147.10 102.93 41 138.30 +11.0FTDJInet FDN ... ... ...q 133.25 92.00 362 131.40 +19.6FtTVixTail VIXH ... ... ... 26.06 FT RNG FCG .22e 1.0 ...q 24.67 18.65 109 23.09 +1.4FT ConDis FXD .30e .7 ...q 45.57 35.88 34 41.11 -2.3FT ConStap FXG .75e 1.6 ...q 51.57 44.32 27 46.19 -5.1sFT Engy FXN .33e 2.0 ...q 16.82 12.25 340 16.91 +9.2FT Fincl FXO .65e 2.0 ...q 32.92 27.30 252 31.77 +1.4FT HlthCr FXH ... ... ...q 76.92 63.32 33 72.51 +3.9FT IndPrd FXR .16e .4 ...q 42.74 34.52 244 39.93 -1.6FT Matls FXZ .37e .9 ...q 46.43 37.38 27 43.51 -.8FT Tech FXL .13e .2 ...q 59.90 43.15 126 56.89 +10.9FT Utils FXU .67e 2.6 ...q 28.59 23.46 54 25.30 -2.8FTDJGlDiv FGD 1.42e 5.4 ...q 28.07 24.61 47 26.38 +.2FT GlbRE FFR .75e 1.7 ... 47.43 41.42 2 44.20 -2.8FT NAEngy EMLP .93e 4.1 ...q 25.51 21.43 492 22.67 -7.7FT HiLgSh FSD 1.20 8.0 ...q 18.12 14.91 87 14.95 -9.0FT USIPO FPX .32e .4 ...q 74.54 58.81 37 71.28 +4.5FTChnd FNI .19e .5 ...q 43.90 34.22 14 39.77 +.4FT Dow30 n EDOW ... ... ... 23.50 19.61 0 22.10 -.1FT EngCn FLM .58e 1.0 ...q 63.91 52.97 2 59.21 -.5FT WindEn FAN .46e 3.3 ...q 13.84 12.41 13.81 +4.2FT Wtr FIW .21e .4 ...q 50.09 41.71 19 47.67 -2.1FT RNG rs FCG/WI ... ... ...q FT IntPfd FPF 1.95 8.8 ...q 25.10 22.03 211 22.04 -9.6FT LCCore FEX .58e 1.0 ...q 62.82 51.81 31 59.89 +2.3FT LCGr FTC .24e .4 ...q 67.59 53.73 85 66.21 +8.2FT LCVal FTA .82e 1.5 ...q 57.69 48.89 62 53.23 -2.6FT MLP&E FEI 1.42 10.8 ...q 16.50 11.68 176 13.20 -15.0FT MCCore FNX .51e .8 ...q 69.65 57.46 16 67.94 +3.4FTMstrDv FDL .79e 2.8 ...q 31.14 27.37 118 28.54 -5.2FTFutStrt FMF ... ... ... 51.53 37.80 2 48.58 +2.0FstTrMtg FMY 1.02 7.6 ...q 14.48 13.34 4 13.41 -5.8sFT MultCG FAD .20e .3 ...q 71.40 56.81 4 71.00 +8.2FT MultCV FAB .45e .8 ...q 59.34 50.58 8 55.85 -2.0FT MLPEn FPL 1.26 11.5 ...q 13.58 9.57 117 11.00 -7.3FT REIT FRI .39e 1.8 ...q 24.11 20.20 13 21.65 -7.0sFT SCCore FYX .38e .6 ...q 64.05 52.93 20 63.91 +4.5FTSpecFin FGB .70 11.3 ...q 7.57 5.65 53 6.21 +1.1FTStrHi2 FHY 1.32 11.0 ...q 13.90 11.92 19 11.96 -6.5FTrVL100 FVL .05e .2 ...q 25.04 20.81 2 23.79 +1.8FTrVLDv FVD .57e 1.9 ...q 31.85 28.82 383 30.01 -2.8FT EmOp FEO 1.40 9.3 ...q 17.42 14.50 20 15.01 -8.0FTrSenFlt FCT .72 5.5 ...q 13.70 12.62 108 13.03 +1.5FirstEngy FE 1.44 4.3 7 35.56 28.18 4535 33.67 +10.0Fitbit n FIT ... ... ...dd 7.32 4.51 2984 5.20 -8.9500.com WBAI ... ... ...dd 23.22 8.51 51 17.72 +75.3FiveOaks OAKS .40m 12.8 10 5.61 2.55 79 3.10 -22.5FiveOk pfA OAKSpA 2.19 8.6 ... 26.20 23.98 8 25.39 +.7FvPntHld n FPH ... ... ... 16.48 12.00 227 12.30 -12.8FlagstarB FBC ... ... 28 40.06 28.43 163 34.15 -8.7F&C DynPf DFP 1.92 8.1 ...q 28.36 23.50 44 23.61 -11.5FlrtyPfdInc PFD 1.08 8.0 ...q 16.34 13.19 19 13.46 -10.1FlrtyPfdOp PFO .88 8.1 ...q 13.00 10.68 22 10.78 -8.7FlrtyPfdSc FFC 1.63 8.8 ...q 22.44 18.31 79 18.65 -8.8FlrtyTotR FLC 1.63 8.4 ...q 22.51 19.13 16 19.49 -9.8Flanign BDL .25f .9 15 30.95 20.20 7 27.25 +15.5Fleetcor FLT ... ... 25 213.74 135.28 356 203.33 +5.7FlexUSTilt TILT 1.74e 1.5 ...q 118.93 99.75 8 113.54 +1.5FlxEmgTilt TLTE 1.26e 2.1 ...q 65.59 52.45 12 59.16 -.9FlxUpstNR GUNR .67e 1.9 ...q 35.54 28.03 178 35.27 +5.9Flx3yrTips TDTT .39e 1.6 ...q 24.74 24.06 104 24.13 -.9tFlx5yrTips TDTF .54e 2.2 ...q 25.46 24.32 99 24.32 -2.5FlxCoreSl n BNDC ... ... ... 28.51 24.03 9 24.03 -4.1FlexEMTilt TLEH ... ... ...q 33.14 27.67 2 31.19 +1.1FlxDMTilt TLDH ... ... ...q 30.34 26.89 0 29.33 +.5FlxGlbQRE GQRE 1.33e 2.2 ...q 64.31 57.24 2 61.66 -1.8FlxGblInfr NFRA .95e 2.1 ...q 49.99 44.91 19 46.32 -5.0FlxDevTilt TLTD 1.88e 2.7 ...q 73.71 62.28 11 69.23 FlxIntDvDf IQDE 1.15e 4.6 ...q 27.04 23.93 5 24.80 -2.8FlxIntDvDy IQDY 1.02e 3.6 ...q 30.65 26.05 0 28.31 -.9FlxIntlDiv IQDF 1.01e 3.8 ...q 28.63 24.85 33 26.34 -1.7FlxQDvDef QDEF 1.19e 2.7 ...q 46.52 40.00 17 44.35 +.5FlxQDvDyn QDYN 1.22e 2.7 ...q 47.20 39.37 44.38 +.4FlxQualDv QDF 1.22e 2.7 ...q 47.95 40.47 63 45.50 +1.0FlxRdyAcc RAVI 1.23 1.6 ...q 75.97 67.87 9 75.35 -.1FlexSolu FSI ... ... 10 2.58 1.33 80 1.56 -14.3Flor&Dec n FND ... ... 47 58.28 32.72 831 45.32 -6.9Flotek FTK ... ... ...dd 10.70 3.15 1324 3.38 -27.5FlowrsFds FLO .68 3.1 24 22.82 16.80 2021 21.62 +12.0Flowserve FLS .76 1.8 ...cc 50.43 37.51 1476 43.33 +2.8TigerM wt IDI/WS ... ... ... .07 Fluor FLR .84 1.7 36 62.09 37.04 2696 49.25 -4.6sFlyLeasing FLY 1.00 6.9 12 14.65 11.54 300 14.59 +13.0FEMSA FMX .74e .9 ... 103.82 82.97 668 85.28 -9.2FootLockr FL 1.38f 3.1 18 61.00 28.42 2560 44.15 -5.8FordM F .60a 5.3 6 13.48 10.14 26447 11.40 -8.7ForestCA FCE/A .72 3.6 16 26.30 19.24 847 19.80 -17.8Forestar FOR ... ... 14 26.39 14.10 99 22.40 +1.8ForsightEn FELP .13 ... ...dd 5.29 3.28 13 3.57 -18.3Fortis n FTS 1.70 5.2 ... 38.24 31.41 172 32.69 -10.9Fortive n FTV .28 .4 ... 80.31 61.80 988 76.78 +6.1FortTrInf n FTAI 1.32 8.0 ...dd 20.13 15.45 84 16.58 -16.8FortunaSlv FSM ... ... 23 6.08 4.03 533 5.55 +6.3FBHmSec FBHS .80 1.4 19 73.62 53.56 1844 56.41 -17.6ForumEn FET ... ... ...dd 17.97 10.05 1302 15.35 -1.3FoundBld n FBM ... ... ... 16.40 11.03 142 14.19 -4.1FourCorP s FCPT 1.10 5.0 17 26.96 21.28 240 22.08 -14.1FourSeEd n FEDU 3.32 47.4 17 10.45 5.67 90 7.00 -22.2FrancoN g FNV .96f 1.4 68 86.06 66.19 361 70.99 -11.2FrankCov FC ... ... ...dd 31.20 17.35 17 26.15 +26.0FrankFn n FSB .40p ... 17 42.65 30.30 50 35.10 +2.9FrankLibInt FLQH ... ... ... 28.16 23.58 23 25.30 -.2FrankLibEm FLQE ... ... ... 35.59 29.67 11 32.29 -2.3FrankLibGl FLQD ... ... ... 30.47 27.37 4 28.08 -3.5FrankLbGlE FLQG ... ... ... 32.51 27.68 2 30.36 -.7FrnL LoV n FLLV ... ... ... 32.50 28.32 0 30.66 +1.2tFrnkLInvGr FLCO ... ... ... 24.89 23.59 0 23.52 -5.1FrnL IntO n FLIO ... ... ... 31.52 26.84 0 29.30 -.4FrkL US Eq FLQL ... ... ... 30.33 25.55 2 28.96 +.2FrankL Mun FLMB ... ... ... 25.38 24.31 0 24.31 -3.1FrnkL MunO FLMI ... ... ... 25.04 24.36 24.36 -2.4FrkL US Sm FLQS ... ... ... 28.02 24.17 28.01 +6.9FrkL USMid FLQM ... ... ... 29.28 24.87 27.10 -3.2 FrankRes BEN .92f 2.7 11 47.65 31.67 2987 33.65 -22.3FrkShDGv FTSD 1.55e ... ...q FrkStPrp FSP .36f 4.7 9 11.93 7.08 532 7.69 -28.4FrkLtdDur FTF .74 6.8 ...q 12.13 10.91 66 11.00 -7.0FrkUnv FT .47 7.1 ...q 7.39 6.65 58 6.66 -7.1FranksIntl FI .30 4.0 ... 9.15 4.93 786 7.58 +14.0FrptMcM FCX .20 1.2 11 20.25 11.05 18967 16.64 -12.2FresenMd FMS .51e 1.0 ... 57.94 44.88 143 50.65 -3.6FDelMnt FDP .60 1.3 20 53.36 43.02 184 47.07 -1.3FriedmInd FRD .08 1.3 ...dd 6.79 5.15 6 6.13 +7.9Frontlne rs FRO .60e ... 36 6.50 3.79 182 4.64 +1.1FullerHB FUL .62f 1.2 25 58.74 46.62 514 51.56 -4.3FutureFuel FF .24a 1.9 16 16.22 11.32 69 12.80 -9.2G -GAMCO s GBL .08 .3 ... 32.60 23.97 15 26.32 -11.2sGATX GATX 1.76f 2.4 14 73.25 56.00 392 74.31 +19.5GATX 66 GMTA ... ... ... 27.00 22.81 23 25.04 -4.7GCP ApT n GCP ... ... 28 34.79 27.25 533 31.30 -1.9GDL Fund GDL .64 6.8 ...q 10.38 9.13 19 9.48 -2.6GDLFd pfB GDLpB 1.50 3.0 ... 50.80 49.99 50.06 -.5GGP Inc GGP .88 4.3 30 24.37 18.83 6680 20.30 -13.2GGP Inc pfA GGPpA 1.59 6.6 ... 25.94 24.07 8 24.09 -4.6GMAC CpT ALLYpA 2.03 7.9 ... 26.90 25.39 693 25.81 -.5GMS Inc n GMS ... ... 15 39.98 27.21 295 29.35 -22.0GNC GNC .80 22.4 3 10.95 3.08 1527 3.57 -3.3GP Strat GPX ... ... 26 31.25 19.00 50 19.80 -14.7GTT Comm GTT ... ... ...dd 62.32 28.30 363 50.00 +6.5GabCvInc GCV .48 7.9 ...q 6.47 4.91 7 6.06 +2.7GabCv pfB GCVpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.16 25.53 2 25.75 -2.8GabDvInc GDV 1.32 5.8 ...q 24.97 21.10 103 22.57 -3.6GabDiv pfA GDVpA 1.47 5.8 ... 27.49 25.26 2 25.49 -2.5GabDiv pfD GDVpD 1.50 5.9 ... 27.40 25.36 1 25.52 -3.1GabDiv pfG GDVpG 1.31 5.2 ... 26.17 24.10 9 24.98 -1.5GabelliET GAB .60 9.6 ...q 6.65 5.87 323 6.27 +1.3GabllE pfD GABpD 1.47 5.8 ... 26.78 25.27 1 25.47 -2.4GabllE pfG GABpG 1.25 5.2 ... 25.25 23.45 24.05 -2.6Gabeli pfJ GABpJ ... ... ... 26.72 24.42 7 25.18 -1.4GabEq pfH GABpH 1.25 5.2 ... 25.34 22.50 6 24.07 -4.2GabGSmM GGZ ... ... ... 13.61 11.73 10 12.12 -4.9GabGSm pfA GGZpA 1.36 5.3 ... 26.21 24.16 25.49 GabGUtil GLU 1.20 6.5 ...q 21.96 18.00 8 18.52 -13.0GabGUtil pf GLUpA 3.00 5.9 ... 53.64 47.33 50.50 +.6GabGoAn n GGO ... ... ... 24.74 16.18 18.35 +1.7GabGo pfA GGOpA ... ... ... 43.00 42.00 42.00 -2.3GabHlthW GRX .52 5.3 ...q 10.97 9.12 18 9.83 -4.7GabHW rt GRXr ... ... ... .40 GabHlt pfA GRXpA 1.44 5.7 ... 26.91 25.02 0 25.34 -1.8GabHlt pfB GRXpB 1.47 5.7 ... 27.57 25.49 25.76 -2.2GabMultT GGT .88e 9.3 ...q 10.09 8.42 48 9.50 +3.3GabMT pfB GGTpB 1.50 5.8 ... 27.18 25.26 3 25.81 -1.8GabMul pfE GGTpE ... ... ... 25.30 22.97 2 23.50 -6.4GabUtil GUT .60 10.3 ...q 7.20 5.71 341 5.83 -17.9GabUt pfA GUTpA 1.41 5.5 ... 26.50 24.89 4 25.62 +.1GabUtil pfC GUTpC ... ... ... 26.19 24.54 2 24.91 -2.1Gasa rs GFA ... ... ... 12.99 5.53 13 6.75 -46.5Gain Cap GCAP .24 3.0 13 13.26 5.63 184 8.07 -19.3Gallaghr AJG 1.64 2.5 25 72.77 55.67 663 66.62 +5.3GamGldNR GGN .84 16.7 ...q 5.81 4.80 438 5.04 -3.3GamGld pfB GGNpB 1.25 5.4 ... 25.30 22.50 2 23.08 -7.0GamNRG&I GNT .84 13.3 ...q 7.23 6.00 58 6.32 -5.8GamNR pfA GNTpA 1.30 5.6 ... 26.27 22.77 4 23.40 -6.4GameStop GME 1.52 11.2 ...dd 24.60 12.20 6735 13.55 -24.5Gannett n GCI .64 5.6 ...cc 12.38 7.42 814 11.49 -.9Gap GPS .97f 3.1 15 35.68 21.02 6532 31.57 -6.7GardDnv n GDI ... ... ... 38.00 19.91 1358 33.75 -.5Gartner IT ... ... 41 142.16 111.57 517 135.73 +10.2GasLogPt GLOP 2.09f 8.7 11 25.55 21.80 40 24.15 -2.4GasLPt pfA GLOPpA ... ... ... 27.24 25.06 8 26.26 +.6GasLog GLOG .56 3.0 37 22.55 12.75 350 18.40 -17.3GasLog pfA GLOGpA 2.19 8.3 ... 27.63 25.48 1 26.38 -.8GastarExp GST ... ... ...dd 1.39 .38 701 .73 -31.0Gastar pfA GSTpA 2.16 13.4 ... 20.42 6.40 8 16.09 -10.2Gastar pfB GSTpB 2.69 14.4 ... 23.47 8.46 12 18.72 -.8GatesInd n GTES ... ... 28 18.72 14.77 376 15.24 -15.7GazitGlobe GZT .37e 4.0 ... 11.00 9.01 10 9.21 -12.6GeeGroup JOB ... ... ...dd 5.88 2.00 75 2.45 -11.9GencoSh rs GNK ... ... ...dd 18.98 8.47 147 17.60 +32.1Generac GNRC ... ... 18 53.78 33.77 285 48.94 -1.2GAInv GAM 1.15e 1.0 ...q 36.59 32.20 26 34.52 +.3GAInv pfB GAMpB 1.49 5.8 ... 27.11 25.65 3 25.87 -2.7GnCable BGC .72 2.4 37 30.18 14.95 1790 29.80 +.7GenDynam GD 3.72f 1.9 21 230.00 191.00 939 200.50 -1.4GenElec GE .48 3.2 ...dd 29.47 12.73 51253 15.03 -14.0GECap5-53 GEK 1.18 4.8 ... 25.74 22.61 24.50 -1.8GECap 1-53 GEH 1.22 4.9 ... 25.81 22.60 25.05 GEC 10-52 GEB 1.22 4.9 ... 25.55 22.48 25.10 +.8GenMills GIS 1.96 4.6 11 60.69 41.01 3468 43.05 -27.4GenMoly GMO ... ... ...dd .53 .28 73 .39 +18.5GenMotors GM 1.52 4.0 ...dd 46.76 31.92 8190 38.03 -7.2GMot wtB GM/WSB ... ... ... 28.76 14.90 25.44 +8.7Gener8M n GNRT ... ... ...dd 6.94 4.17 190 6.01 -9.2Gensco GCO ... ... 13 47.03 20.90 220 44.95 +38.3GenesWyo GWR ... ... 26 84.40 63.70 331 77.10 -2.1GenesisEn GEL 2.88f 13.1 54 32.59 18.42 367 21.96 -1.7GenesisHlt GEN .24 14.5 ...dd 2.17 .60 498 1.66 +117.6GenieEn n GNE .30 5.7 ... 8.01 3.82 52 5.30 +21.6GenieE pfA GNEpA .64 8.8 ... 7.94 7.02 5 7.26 -1.1Genpact G .30 ... 20 34.79 26.47 656 30.59 -3.6GenuPrt GPC 2.88f 3.1 21 107.75 79.86 560 92.45 -2.7Genworth GNW ... ... 2 4.15 2.66 3235 3.30 +6.1GeoGrp s GEO 1.88 8.0 14 33.40 19.05 975 23.63 +.1sGeoPark GPRK ... ... ... 15.60 6.48 367 15.55 +56.9GaPw 77 n GPJA ... ... ... 26.14 23.01 31 24.43 -4.6Gerdau GGB .02e .4 ... 5.32 2.60 8722 4.94 +32.8GerNew GF 1.23e .4 ...q 21.49 15.85 19 19.60 +.8GettyRlty GTY 1.28 5.2 13 29.89 22.68 111 24.47 -9.9GigCapit n GIG ... ... ... 10.22 9.60 9.80 +1.7GigCapit rt GIGr ... ... ... GigCapit wt GIG/WS ... ... ... Gildan s GIL .45 1.6 17 34.19 27.56 1140 28.76 -11.0Glatfelter GLT .52 3.0 13 23.85 15.76 168 17.05 -20.0Glaukos n GKOS ... ... ... 44.76 23.08 347 33.92 +32.2GlaxoSKln GSK 2.89e 7.2 ... 44.54 34.52 2168 39.88 +12.4GblBrCopp BRSS .24 .8 12 36.50 27.50 83 31.05 -6.2GlbMed n GMRE .20p ... ...cc 10.25 6.34 125 8.56 +4.4GlMed pfA GMREpA 1.88 7.6 ... 25.82 23.50 10 24.61 -2.8GlobNetL n GNL .94 5.1 30 22.99 15.55 640 18.53 -10.0GlNetL pfA GNLpA 1.81 7.3 ... 25.97 24.29 5 24.64 -4.0GlobPtrs GLP 1.85 10.8 ...dd 19.80 15.17 60 17.15 +2.7GlobPay s GPN .04 ... 39 118.94 87.30 803 115.17 +14.9GlbShipLs GSL .40 27.6 ...dd 1.94 .97 201 1.45 +25.0GlbShip pfB GSLpB 2.19 9.1 ... 25.36 20.00 1 23.95 +.1GlbXNordic GXF .83e 3.7 ...q 24.68 21.86 1 22.71 GbXSpDvE SDEM .63e ... ...q 17.90 15.17 7 15.69 -3.6GbXUSRota SCTO .12p ... ...q 28.03 24.51 26.35 +.1GblXEffic EFFE .16p ... ...q 27.69 25.00 26.69 +.2GblXPortgl PGAL .36e 2.8 ...q 13.33 11.06 9 13.03 +9.6GblXColum GXG .41e 3.9 ...q 11.51 9.33 80 10.63 +6.1GblXEmFtr EMFM .40e 1.7 ...q 26.16 21.04 0 23.12 -3.6GbXMLP&E MLPX .60 4.6 ...q 14.60 11.36 119 12.96 -4.7GblXChMat CHIM .24e 1.1 ...q 24.12 15.85 1 21.67 +3.9GblXArg ARGT .09e .3 ...q 38.46 27.40 304 31.64 -10.4GblXSDvUS DIV 1.93 7.9 ...q 25.98 23.43 97 24.35 -4.9GXSupInPf SPFF .99 8.4 ...q 12.96 11.65 89 11.76 -3.3GblXGuru GURU .28e .9 ...q 31.88 26.57 13 30.99 +4.3GbXGreece GREK .13e 1.4 ...q 11.56 8.57 1184 9.59 -6.7GblXChCon CHIQ .12e .6 ...q 19.96 13.90 72 18.97 +1.6GblX MLP MLPA .90e 9.7 ...q 11.36 8.14 402 9.27 -6.0GblXFertil SOIL .25e 2.3 ...q 11.01 9.18 11 10.71 +1.7GblXChiEn CHIE .41e 3.1 ...q 13.77 10.55 2 13.18 +16.1GblXSupDv SDIV 1.42e 6.6 ... 22.60 20.09 1069 20.77 -4.6GlbXChiFn CHIX .34e 1.8 ...q 21.04 14.76 10 18.91 +5.1GbXSEAsia ASEA .42e 2.4 ...q 18.44 14.90 0 17.32 +1.8GblXPakist PAK ... ... ...q 19.10 11.80 45 11.88 -4.0GblXChiInd CHII .35e 2.3 ...q 16.58 13.44 5 15.05 -1.5GblXNorway NORW .83e 5.7 ...q 14.71 11.19 24 14.65 +11.5GblXScUS n SCIU ... ... ...q 32.53 27.96 3 31.46 +1.7GblXScEu n SCID ... ... ...q 29.75 26.22 0 28.42 +2.5GblXScAs n SCIX ... ... ...q 27.08 24.01 25.85 -.2GblXScJp n SCIJ ... ... ... 33.72 28.63 0 31.60 -.3GblX Icon ef LOGO ... ... ... 16.00 GbX US pf n PFFD ... ... ... 26.22 23.70 24 24.00 -3.5GbXNigeria NGE .31e 1.4 ...q 27.10 15.42 18 22.60 +4.1GbX US Inf PAVE ... ... ... 17.80 13.80 19 16.65 -.8GblFound n BOSS ... ... ... 20.72 15.50 1 18.87 +9.0GlbXCop rs COPX .43e 1.6 ...q 29.34 19.28 20 27.38 +.1GlbXSilv rs SIL ... ... ...q 36.92 28.21 76 30.62 -6.2GlbXLith rs LIT ... ... ...q 41.21 28.71 205 34.28 -11.6GbX Gold rs GOEX ... ... ...q 25.21 20.08 6 22.78 -2.3GbXUran rs URA ... ... ...q 16.36 11.81 87 13.82 -8.2GlblScape GSB .06 1.6 21 5.51 3.27 13 3.70 +4.2Globalstar GSAT ... ... ...dd 2.37 .53 3103 .67 -48.6GlobantSA GLOB ... ... 59 55.74 34.82 444 50.90 +9.6GlobusMed GMED ... ... 43 52.56 27.79 680 50.99 +24.1Glowpoint GLOW ... ... ...dd .65 .15 167 .21 -42.5GoDaddy n GDDY ... ... 98 69.83 40.22 1891 69.81 +38.8GolLinhs s GOL ... ... ... 14.48 4.33 318 8.11 -7.4GoldFLtd GFI .02e .6 ... 4.70 3.33 3185 3.63 -15.6sGoldResrc GORO .02 .4 71 5.55 3.37 453 5.67 +28.9GoldStdV g GSV ... ... ... 2.07 1.25 213 1.55 -11.4Goldcrp g GG .24 1.8 19 15.55 11.64 3573 13.57 +6.3GoldenMin AUMN ... ... ... .68 .36 60 .41 -6.3GoldStr g GSS ... ... 7 .92 .56 1385 .72 -19.2GldFld GV ... ... 11 6.38 3.60 43 4.35 -11.2GoldS pfJ GSpJ 1.38 5.4 ... 28.35 25.43 93 25.64 -3.3GS BDC n GSBD 1.80 8.7 11 23.25 18.78 116 20.66 -6.9GS ActbtInt GSIE ... ... ...q 32.48 27.37 101 30.65 +2.2GS ActEM GEM ... ... ...q 39.44 30.92 90 35.95 +.4GS ActEur GSEU .60e ... ... 33.94 29.45 150 32.22 +1.6GS ActJpn GSIY ... ... ... 36.02 29.67 2 34.59 +2.8GS US LgC GSEW ... ... ... 46.27 40.58 12 43.86 +.9GS HYBd n GHYB ... ... ... 50.32 48.05 1 48.43 -2.2GS CpBd n GIGB ... ... ... 50.44 47.73 5 47.81 -4.8GS ActLgC GSLC ... ... ...q 57.42 47.45 293 54.81 +2.7GS 0-1Yr n GBIL ... ... ... 105.09 99.91 39 100.05 +.1GS Indus n GVIP ... ... ... 57.97 45.03 28 54.69 +3.3sGS SCap n GSSC ... ... ... 45.56 39.39 5 45.64 +5.4GSCI37 GSC ... ... ...q 27.91 17.55 27.34 +14.0GoldmanS GS 3.20f 1.3 23 275.31 209.62 1964 240.96 -5.4GoldS pfK GSpK 1.59 5.8 ... 30.09 26.86 41 27.22 -4.7GoldS pfN GSpN ... ... ... 28.34 25.95 33 26.08 -6.3GoldS pfB GSpB 1.55 6.0 ... 27.10 25.20 10 25.98 +.4GoldS pfC GSpC 1.02 4.5 ... 24.21 21.52 3 22.83 +.4GoldS pfA GSpA .96 4.3 ... 24.46 21.25 34 22.35 -.9GoldS pfD GSpD 1.02 4.5 ... 24.16 21.46 66 22.52 -.3GS MLPEn GER .64 9.4 ...q 8.04 5.25 444 6.79 +10.4GS MLPInc GMZ 1.38 14.7 ... 10.50 7.55 182 9.39 +5.0GoodrPet n GDP ... ... ... 15.75 8.20 34 13.81 +26.6GormanR GRC .50 1.5 29 33.76 23.55 42 32.94 +5.5vjGrace GRA .96 1.3 21 77.37 58.48 895 72.08 +2.8Graco s GGG .53 1.2 15 49.69 34.89 419 45.84 +1.4sGrahamCp GHM .36 1.5 16 24.24 17.97 26 24.39 +16.5GrahamH s GHC 5.32f .9 23 625.45 536.90 23 602.60 +7.9Graingr GWW 5.44f 1.8 27 309.80 155.00 574 306.37 +29.7Grmrcy pfA GPTpA 1.78 7.0 ... 27.76 24.41 110 25.47 -5.4GrmPrTr rs GPT 1.50 5.5 ... 31.26 21.12 2121 27.52 +3.2GranTrra g GTE ... ... ...dd 3.43 1.93 894 3.33 +23.3GranaMon GRAM .25e 7.2 ... 5.15 2.25 81 3.47 +21.8GraniteC GVA .52 .9 29 68.58 45.78 260 58.94 -7.1GranitPnt n GPMT 1.52f 8.5 ... 19.30 16.15 237 17.86 +.7 GraniteRE GRP/U 2.30 ... ... 42.49 36.24 12 40.00 +2.4Gran Gld n BAR ... ... ... 142.87 123.68 29 129.26 -.8GranCom n COMB ... ... ... 27.07 24.80 4 26.85 +2.6GranSP n COMG ... ... ... 32.29 24.96 1 30.60 +10.5GrphTInt n EAF ... ... ... 20.01 14.44 993 18.83 +21.5GraphPkg GPK .30 2.1 15 16.74 12.65 3239 14.22 -8.0GrayTelev GTN ... ... 7 17.80 10.70 770 11.80 -29.6GrayTvA GTN/A ... ... 16 15.30 9.60 1 10.45 -27.2GrtAjax n AJX 1.20 9.1 8 15.40 12.27 39 13.19 -4.6GrtAjx24 n AJXA ... ... ... 26.80 24.54 19 25.10 -1.1GrtBasG g GBG ... ... ... .09 GtPanSilv g GPL ... ... ... 1.46 1.06 224 1.23 -4.7GtPlainEn GXP 1.10 3.4 16 34.72 28.38 904 32.23 GrtWstBcp GWB 1.00f 2.3 17 45.00 33.27 335 42.80 +7.5GreenDot GDOT ... ... 51 74.23 35.67 563 72.05 +19.6sGreenTrH n GHG ... ... ... 13.70 10.75 398 14.37 +11.0GreenbCos GBX .92f 1.9 10 54.45 41.45 742 49.00 -8.1sGreenhill GHL .20 .7 ...dd 26.55 13.80 530 26.85 +37.7Greif A GEF 1.68 2.8 20 65.60 47.97 245 59.20 -2.3Greif B GEF/B 2.51e 4.0 20 71.95 52.50 11 62.35 -10.1Griffon GFF .28f 1.2 23 24.50 17.45 107 22.55 +10.8Group1 GPI 1.00f 1.4 10 84.47 51.62 133 71.14 +.2GrubHub GRUB ... ... ...cc 112.41 41.35 995 102.67 +43.0GAeroPac PAC 2.78e 3.1 ... 119.87 87.66 93 90.29 -12.1GpoASur ASR 3.31e ... ... 229.45 164.65 118 172.16 -5.7GpoAvalAc AVAL .40 4.7 ... 9.51 7.86 217 8.44 -.7GpFnSnMx BSMX .30e 4.1 ... 10.82 6.99 7.35 +.5GpoRadio RC ... ... ... 11.53 GpoSimec SIM ... ... ... 11.74 8.97 5 9.74 +4.2GpSuprvi n SUPV ... ... ... 33.85 16.11 950 20.12 -31.4GpTelevisa TV ... ... ... 27.37 14.20 1535 18.18 -2.6GuangRy GSH .63e 2.1 ... 37.43 24.43 6 29.72 -11.0sGuess GES .90 3.5 ...cc 25.11 9.76 1579 25.45 +50.8GuggBAB GBAB 1.66 7.7 ...q 23.32 20.97 31 21.43 -5.7Gug 27Cp n BSCR ... ... ... 20.12 19.11 19.23 -3.8Gug 25Cp n BSJP ... ... ... 25.23 23.92 12 24.10 -3.1GugCrdAllo GGM 2.18 10.1 ...q 23.93 21.08 30 21.60 -1.5GuggChina YAO .54e 1.5 ...q 39.91 28.72 35.63 +2.0GugSPEW RSP 1.31e 1.3 ...q 107.44 91.01 98.14 -2.9GugRus50 XLG 3.03e 1.6 ...q 204.48 169.29 184.20 -3.1GugSPVal RPV 1.18e 1.8 ...q 71.34 57.86 64.18 -3.2GugSPGth RPG .59e .5 ...q 117.34 92.75 109.46 +4.4Gug LCap n GMFL ... ... ... 28.81 24.75 27.33 +.6GugS&P100 OEW ... ... ... 35.08 27.88 31.88 -2.9GuEqWREst EWRE .27e ... ...q 28.67 23.75 26.03 -6.2GugMCVal RFV .86e 1.3 ...q 73.80 59.99 65.19 -6.6GugEMk EW EWEM .56e 1.6 ...q 37.81 31.42 35.51 +2.2GugMC400E EWMC ... ... ... 67.95 56.98 62.70 -2.5GugSC600E EWSC ... ... ... 58.12 47.01 53.61 -1.5GugMCGth RFG .75e .5 ...q 167.46 136.99 155.08 +.6GugSCVal RZV .67e .9 ...q 76.68 60.09 70.78 -3.2GugTotRet GTO ... ... ... 53.54 50.85 52.26 -1.0GugUtil RYU 2.62e 3.2 ...q 91.25 77.44 82.64 -3.6Gug US Lg OVLC ... ... ... 31.49 27.80 29.51 -4.0GugSCGth RZG .56e .5 ...q 122.75 98.02 114.05 -.4GugTech RYT 1.09e .7 ...q 163.73 123.77 147.21 +3.0RydxMatls RTM 1.19e 1.1 ...q 118.47 95.55 105.06 -6.8GugIndls RGI .84e .7 ...q 127.94 104.86 118.81 -1.5GugHlthC RYH .75e .4 ...q 199.28 163.98 179.20 -.2GugFncl RYF .93e 2.1 ...q 47.40 37.09 43.81 -.7GugEngy RYE .79e 1.5 ...q 63.47 48.58 53.97 -7.4GugConStp RHS 2.05e 1.6 ...q 138.61 119.71 126.70 -5.2GugCnsDis RCD 1.12e 1.1 ...q 108.68 89.16 97.66 -2.4GugEnhEq GPM .96 11.2 ...q 9.42 7.72 106 8.56 -3.8GugChinTc CQQQ .60e 1.0 ...q 67.24 44.75 60 60.15 -.8GugWater CGW .48e 1.4 ...q 36.40 32.11 33.82 -4.8GugCdnEn ENY .49e 5.9 ...q 8.98 7.25 33 8.24 -1.8GugSPHiInf GHII 1.03e 3.9 ...q 29.49 24.90 1 26.32 -4.6sGugSolar TAN .83e 3.1 ...q 26.70 18.03 261 26.81 +6.7GugShippg SEA 1.48e 14.2 ...q 12.60 10.31 10.45 -10.0GugIntMult HGI .59e 3.5 ...q 18.58 16.40 16.88 -3.2GugFront FRN .47e 2.9 ...q 16.28 13.53 16.15 +8.8GugChinSC HAO .76e 2.4 ...q 33.23 24.68 9 32.23 +9.0GugChRe TAO .40e 1.3 ...q 33.38 23.83 30.32 +5.7GugGTimb CUT .52e 1.6 ...q 33.90 27.13 32.72 +2.9Gug BRIC EEB .41e 1.1 ...q 42.00 31.28 6 38.78 +3.9Gug 26CpBd BSCQ ... ... ... 19.98 18.75 18.95 -3.8Gug 24HYBd BSJO ... ... ... 26.07 24.64 24.81 -3.2GugDJIADv DJD .02p ... ...q 36.38 29.78 32.96 -3.5GugHYBd23 BSJN .15e ... ...q 27.06 25.48 25.87 -1.9GugCpBd25 BSCP ... ... ...q 20.95 19.83 19.96 -3.6GugInsidr NFO .90e 1.4 ...q 65.75 54.72 63.14 +1.9GugBlt22HY BSJM 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.59 24.17 24.49 -1.7GugB21HY BSJL 1.27 5.2 ...q 25.32 24.12 24.58 -1.4GugBlt24CB BSCO .58 2.9 ...q 21.17 20.09 20.19 -3.3GugBlt23CB BSCN .65 3.2 ...q 21.34 20.20 20.32 -2.4GugBlt22CB BSCM .58e 2.8 ...q 21.72 20.62 20.69 -2.3GugBlt21CB BSCL .56 2.7 ...q 21.80 20.70 20.78 -1.7ClayWilMic WMCR .68e 2.0 ...q 37.04 29.79 33.98 -8.0GugB20HY BSJK 1.30e 5.3 ...q 24.99 23.91 24.21 -1.3GugB19HY BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 ...q 24.79 23.84 24.19 -.8GugB18HY BSJI 1.28e 4.6 ...q 25.45 24.73 25.11 ClyWUSRE WREI 1.53e 3.2 ...q 48.78 40.99 8 43.12 -8.9GugMultAs CVY 1.07e 5.0 ...q 23.50 20.59 21.47 -4.2GugCpBd20 BSCK .61e 2.9 ...q 21.60 20.98 21.04 -1.2GugBlt19CB BSCJ .47e 2.2 ...q 21.30 20.92 20.97 -.6GugBlt18CB BSCI .40e 1.8 ...q 21.37 21.08 21.11 +.1GugSpinOff CSD .70e 1.3 ...q 56.40 46.20 53.08 +1.9sGugRJ SB1 RYJ .59e 1.3 ...q 46.56 38.09 11 46.61 +7.1GugEShDur GSY .65e 1.3 ...q 50.41 50.11 50.16 GugMCCre CZA 1.02e 1.6 ...q 68.99 58.56 64.81 -1.2GugGlDiv LVL .52e 4.8 ...q 11.80 10.69 10.89 -3.9GugDefEq DEF .85e 1.8 ...q 49.26 41.97 46.41 -.2GugStrOp GOF 2.19 10.4 ...q 21.85 18.80 68 20.96 -2.9Guidewire GWRE ... ... ...dd 92.95 62.20 517 91.75 +23.6GlfmOff wt GLF/WS ... ... ... 3.50 .72 .79 +9.7GlfmrkOf n GLF ... ... ... 36.28 17.80 18 34.08 +19.6H -HCA Hldg HCA .35p ... 16 106.84 71.18 2154 102.92 +17.2HCI Grp HCI 1.50f 3.5 ...dd 49.25 27.11 77 42.33 +41.6HCP Inc HCP 1.48 6.3 13 33.67 21.48 3108 23.33 -10.5HDFC Bk HDB .37e .4 ... 110.77 83.50 556 98.58 -3.0HECO pfU HEpU 1.62 6.2 ... 28.45 25.05 26.12 -1.3HFF Inc HF 1.80e ... 15 51.74 30.28 763 33.79 -30.5HMG HMG ... ... ...dd 16.33 8.94 0 13.02 +4.2HNI Corp HNI 1.18f 3.2 18 46.53 31.16 135 36.90 -4.3HP Inc HPQ .56f 2.5 13 24.75 17.10 6004 22.23 +5.8HRG Grp HRG ... ... ...dd 19.77 9.42 2822 11.92 -29.7HSBC HSBC 1.50e 3.0 ... 55.89 43.12 1257 50.31 -2.6HSBC prA HSBCpA 1.55 6.0 ... 26.74 25.52 28 25.83 HSBC Cap HSEA 2.03 7.7 ... 27.99 26.16 26.36 -3.6HSBC Cap2 HSEB 2.00 7.6 ... 27.59 26.05 26.18 -2.5sHaemonet HAE ... ... 82 88.58 38.47 392 89.04 +53.3HalconRes wt HK/WS ... ... ... 1.30 .30 .80 +21.2HalconRs n HK ... ... ... 9.07 3.69 3675 4.93 -34.9Hallibrtn HAL .72 1.4 ...dd 57.86 38.18 5302 52.97 +8.4HalyrdHlt HYH ... ... 26 54.46 35.79 294 53.31 +15.4HamBchBr HBB .34 1.3 ... 41.00 20.97 34 26.67 +3.8HancFinOp BTO 1.48 3.8 ...q 41.00 31.24 39 39.41 +.2tHanJS JHS .87e 6.5 ...q 15.12 13.42 11 13.42 -9.6tHanJI JHI 1.45e 8.9 ...q 18.85 16.21 14 16.23 -7.3HanPrmDv PDT 1.08a 7.1 ...q 17.33 14.50 46 15.31 -10.6HanPfEq HPI 1.68 8.1 ...q 22.58 19.73 35 20.72 -3.3HanPfd2 HPF 1.68 8.3 ...q 22.71 19.39 35 20.14 -6.3HanPfd3 HPS 1.47 8.2 ...q 19.48 16.80 32 17.90 -4.6HanTxAdv HTD 1.45 6.5 ...q 26.79 21.00 72 22.28 -9.7Hanesbds s HBI .60 3.4 9 25.73 16.38 8459 17.70 -15.4HannArms HASI 1.32 7.0 34 25.28 17.33 261 18.89 -21.5HanoverIns THG 2.16 1.8 65 121.39 81.73 153 118.87 +10.0HanovIns53 THGA 1.59 6.3 ... 26.00 25.02 14 25.32 HarleyD HOG 1.48 3.5 13 56.95 39.34 3167 42.32 -16.8HarmonyG HMY .05 ... ... 2.53 1.56 3585 1.78 -4.8HarrisCorp HRS 2.28 1.5 27 170.54 107.78 617 153.70 +8.5Harsco HSC .20m .9 60 23.60 13.75 462 23.35 +25.2HarteHk rs HHS ... ... ... 14.40 7.27 3 10.35 tHrt TotR n HTRB ... ... ... 40.25 39.05 1 38.99 -2.7HrtMuOp n HMOP ... ... ... 42.46 39.53 39.73 -1.1HartfFn42 HGH 1.97 6.8 ... 32.00 28.57 28 28.90 -1.2HartfdFn HIG 1.00 1.9 18 59.20 48.53 1233 52.86 -6.1HartfFn wt HIG/WS ... ... ... 53.33 42.66 51.29 -.5Haverty HVT .72 3.7 20 27.23 17.70 94 19.35 -14.6HavertyA HVT/A .38a 2.0 15 27.10 18.00 19.35 -17.1HawaiiEl HE 1.24 3.7 23 38.72 31.71 402 33.25 -8.0Hc2 Hldgs HCHC 1.29 ... ...dd 7.79 4.30 368 6.08 +2.2HlthcrRlty HR 1.20 4.5 42 36.25 26.27 1629 26.45 -17.7HlthcreTr HTA 1.22 4.9 48 32.84 24.19 1146 24.82 -17.4HeclaM HL .01e .3 ...dd 6.13 3.25 2640 3.90 -1.8HeclaM pfB HLpB 3.50 6.5 ... 61.99 51.27 53.75 +1.4Heico s HEI ... ... ... 93.55 56.47 179 90.14 Heico A s HEI/A ... ... 57 78.65 47.00 88 74.00 HelixEn HLX ... ... 3 8.70 4.82 908 8.07 +7.0HelmPayne HP 2.80f 3.8 ...dd 75.02 42.16 1390 72.74 +12.5Hemisphrx rs HEB ... ... ... .74 .28 753 .30 -13.9HennCap n HCAC ... ... ... 10.49 8.97 38 9.97 +1.7HennCap wt HCAC/WS ... ... ... HennCap un HCAC/U ... ... ... 11.53 10.04 10.70 +3.2Herbalif s HLF ... ... 24 56.75 30.36 6037 55.05 Herbalife HLF/O ... ... 24 113.49 60.71 111.17 +64.2HercHld n HRI ... ... ... 72.99 35.10 175 57.58 -8.0HercTGC HTGC 1.24 10.0 12q 13.97 11.55 342 12.42 -5.3HercTG 24 HTGX 1.56 6.2 ... 25.82 25.01 4 25.08 -2.1HeritageIns HRTG .24 1.4 59 19.15 8.85 152 17.25 -4.3Hersha pfC HTpC 1.72 7.2 ... 26.28 23.82 1 24.05 -4.3Hersha rs HT 1.12 5.8 14 19.87 16.60 366 19.42 +11.6Hersha pfD HTpD 1.63 7.1 ... 26.49 22.61 14 22.97 -6.9Hersha pfE HTpE ... ... ... 26.40 22.66 24 23.03 -6.9Hershey HSY 2.62 2.8 20 116.49 89.10 1691 93.64 -17.5HertzGl HTZ ... ... ... 27.27 8.52 3271 17.58 -20.5sHess HES 1.33f 2.1 ...dd 63.82 37.25 2329 63.61 +34.0Hess pfA HESpA ... ... ... 71.68 48.24 105 71.44 +23.4HessMidP n HESM 1.33f 6.7 19 25.23 18.32 109 20.00 +1.0HP Ent n HPE .56f 3.2 44 19.48 12.70 14380 17.63 +22.8sHexcel HXL .50 .7 25 70.17 49.95 430 69.89 +13.0Hi-Crush HCLP 1.05e 7.4 16 15.35 7.25 1748 14.25 +33.2HighPtRs HPR ... ... ...dd 7.38 2.66 1247 6.30 +22.8HighlFlR n HFRO ... ... ... 16.60 15.00 141 16.00 +3.2HighwdPrp HIW 1.85 4.1 19 53.34 41.34 1039 44.90 -11.8Hill Intl HIL ... ... ...dd 6.00 4.25 134 5.65 +3.7Hill-Rom HRC .80 .9 23 91.11 71.91 867 89.82 +6.6HillenInc HI .83 1.7 23 49.35 34.65 247 47.45 +6.2HillmCT pf HLMp 2.90 8.9 ... 36.95 29.63 4 32.75 -4.6HilltopH HTH .28 1.2 12 28.32 21.47 405 22.63 -10.7HilGrVa n HGV ... ... ... 47.75 32.20 1747 39.34 -6.2Hilton HLT .60 .7 42 88.11 60.54 2379 84.20 +5.4HoeghLP HMLP 1.72 9.8 11 20.00 15.33 95 17.50 -6.2Hoegh pfA HMLPpA 2.19 8.7 ... 27.42 25.02 14 25.27 -6.1HollyEngy HEP 2.62f 8.8 14 36.05 26.09 87 29.86 -8.1sHollyFront HFC 1.32 1.9 17 69.30 23.46 2356 68.96 +34.6HomeDp HD 4.12f 2.2 26 207.61 144.25 5043 186.38 -1.7Honda HMC .84e 2.5 ... 37.29 27.05 284 33.15 -2.7HonwllIntl HON 2.98 2.0 65 165.13 131.35 1947 147.55 -3.8Honwll wi HON/WI ... ... ... HorMan HMN 1.14f 2.6 26 47.65 33.85 125 43.85 -.6HorizGbl n HZN ... ... 29 19.26 5.13 492 6.12 -56.3HorizFn22 n HTFA ... ... ... 26.00 25.26 0 25.78 +1.5HrzMngR n USMR ... ... ... HorzSPCvC HSPX 2.52e 3.8 ... 52.96 46.37 9 50.18 -.3HorGKWld KLDW ... ... ...q 35.73 30.14 2 34.65 +3.5 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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HECO .47e .2 ...q 44.87 38.84 41.94 +.6HuntgtnIng HII 2.88 1.3 21 276.69 183.42 416 220.59 -6.4Huntsmn HUN .65 2.0 12 36.09 23.12 2181 32.72 -1.7sHuya n HUYA ... ... ... 20.75 15.25 3025 22.50 +40.1Hyatt H ... ... 38 83.02 54.38 963 81.27 +10.5HysterYale HY 1.21 1.8 18 93.90 62.62 29 68.49 -19.6I -IAMGld g IAG 1.52f 25.4 100 7.25 4.19 1967 5.99 +2.7ICICI Bk IBN .16e 1.8 ... 11.26 7.89 5122 8.76 -10.0IDT Cp IDT 1.00f 18.1 ... 17.71 5.08 159 5.53 -47.8IEC Elec IEC ... ... ...cc 5.49 3.35 31 5.21 +26.5tING ING .14e .9 ... 20.58 15.84 2375 15.74 -14.7ING 6.125 ISG 1.53 6.0 ... 26.37 25.20 14 25.58 +.2ING 6.375 ISF 1.59 6.2 ... 26.24 25.40 100 25.65 -.2ION Geo rs IO ... ... ...dd 32.45 3.20 126 28.25 +43.0iPInvVix IVOP ... ... ...q 39.03 36.70 38.00 -.9IQ M Intr n MMIT ... ... ... 25.10 24.63 24.63 -1.8sIQ M Ins n MMIN ... ... ... 25.24 24.66 5 27.08 +7.3IQ HdgMult QAI ... ... ...q 33.13 29.17 89 30.59 +.5IQ Hedge MCRO ... ... ...q 27.20 25.57 26.48 -.3IQ HdgLgS QLS ... ... ...q 24.53 20.55 1 22.12 +1.0IQ Ch SC n CSML ... ... ... 29.58 23.89 38 28.06 IQ HdgEv QED ... ... ...q 22.00 20.65 21.13 +1.1IQ HiYlVl n HYLV ... ... ... 25.58 22.89 0 24.18 -3.8IQ CorePl n AGGP ... ... ... 21.05 18.82 84 18.85 -5.5IQ CoreBd n AGGE ... ... ... 19.86 18.36 1 18.38 -6.1IQHdgMNt QMN .34e 1.3 ...q 26.08 24.19 25.88 +.5IQ GTAA QGTA ... ... ...q 25.44 22.97 12 24.32 -.4IQ 50HJpn HFXJ ... ... ...q 23.96 19.58 22.56 IQ 50HgEur HFXE ... ... ...q 21.45 19.05 0 20.53 +.9IQ 50HIntl HFXI ... ... ...q 22.80 20.00 9 21.88 +1.1IQ RealRtn CPI ... ... ...q 27.85 27.17 10 27.63 +.8IQUSReSC ROOF 1.43e 5.8 ...q 27.88 22.60 15 24.58 -6.6IQMrgArb MNA ... ... ...q 31.92 30.18 98 30.52 -1.7IQ AustSC KROO .88e 4.4 ...q 20.49 15.89 19.82 +1.4IQ AgriSC CROP .41e 1.2 ...q 35.99 31.64 4 33.74 -3.4IQGblOilSC IOIL .29e 2.8 ...q 12.25 9.01 10.40 -7.6IQ CdaSC CNDA .18e 1.0 ...q 20.13 16.16 17.22 -9.3IQ GlbRes GRES .10e .4 ...q 29.30 24.87 29 28.18 -1.3IQVIA Hldg IQV ... ... 12 110.67 82.83 10720 99.13 +1.3IRSA IRS ... ... ... 32.97 18.04 115 21.21 -28.3iShGold IAU ... ... ...q 13.11 11.61 10503 12.39 -1.0siShGSCI GSG ... ... ...q 17.95 13.16 387 17.98 +10.4iSAstla EWA 1.01e 4.4 ...q 24.19 21.07 1417 22.83 -1.5iSAstria EWO .37e 1.5 ...q 27.41 20.43 56 24.84 +.8iShBelg EWK .51e 2.5 ...q 23.00 19.33 16 20.47 -2.6iShBrazil EWZ .67e 1.7 ...q 47.85 32.70 19439 40.58 +.3iShCanada EWC .48e 1.6 ...q 30.60 25.92 2505 29.23 -1.4iShEMU EZU .86e 1.9 ...q 47.13 40.03 3543 44.39 +2.3iSFrance EWQ .58e 1.8 ...q 33.73 28.51 523 32.61 +4.5iShGerm EWG .60e 1.8 ...q 35.87 30.08 1554 32.82 -.6iSh HK EWH .61e 2.3 ...q 26.93 23.03 5627 26.25 +3.3iSh SKor EWY .65e .9 ...q 79.07 65.76 2780 73.65 -1.7iShMexico EWW .78e 1.7 ...q 57.82 46.25 3765 47.27 -4.1iShNeth EWN .66e 2.1 ...q 34.09 28.69 123 32.09 +1.1iSPacxJpn EPP 1.66e 3.4 ...q 50.34 43.68 197 48.13 +.7iShSoAfr EZA 1.02e 1.5 ...q 76.53 54.81 467 66.28 -5.3iShSpain EWP .99e 3.0 ...q 36.38 31.52 1139 33.07 +.9iSSwedn EWD .76e 2.2 ...q 36.71 32.02 279 33.91 iShSwitz EWL .75e 2.2 ...q 37.84 33.43 591 34.45 -3.2iShFrntr100 FM .30e .9 ...q 36.19 28.36 288 31.77 -4.1tiShGlHiY bt GHYG 2.09e 4.2 ... 51.63 49.33 49 49.30 -2.3iShxUSH bt HYXU .92e 1.7 ...q 57.19 49.67 6 53.37 -2.0iShEMCBd bt CEMB 2.28 4.7 ...q 51.78 48.49 11 48.70 -4.9iShEMkHY EMHY 3.98 8.4 ...q 51.12 46.57 34 47.17 -5.6iShAsiaPDv DVYA 2.29e 4.9 ...q 51.42 45.60 1 46.84 -6.5iShEmMDv DVYE 1.83e 4.4 ...q 46.11 39.59 31 41.72 -.3iShGblSilv SLVP .29e 2.7 ...q 12.00 9.34 19 10.61 -2.1iShGblEnP FILL .59e 2.5 ...q 24.20 17.81 16 24.01 +11.4iShGblAgri VEGI .55e 1.9 ...q 31.00 26.36 4 29.50 +.5iShMsciWld URTH 1.57e 1.8 ...q 94.23 79.81 10 89.67 +1.8iShEMktSC EEMS .89e 1.7 ...q 57.36 46.02 269 52.10 -1.9iShEMkBd LEMB .42e .9 ...q 50.78 45.96 61 46.52 -3.5iShWldMnV ACWV 1.93e 2.3 ...q 88.22 78.14 47 83.60 -.9iSEMMnVol EEMV 1.15e 1.9 ...q 65.55 54.85 229 61.37 +1.0iShJpnSC SCJ 1.81e 2.2 ...q 85.34 68.50 52 82.36 +3.2iShThai THD 1.88e 2.0 ...q 103.71 76.79 169 95.35 +3.1iShIsrael EIS .81e 1.6 ...q 55.29 46.67 8 51.14 -.3iShChile ECH .71e 1.4 ...q 56.53 41.34 231 52.34 +.3iShBRIC BKF .54e 1.2 ...q 50.94 36.83 28 45.97 +3.3iShsUSA EUSA .67e 1.2 ...q 59.06 49.97 5 56.25 +1.5iShSilver SLV ... ... ...q 17.14 14.44 7636 15.41 -3.6iShS&P100 OEF 1.92e 1.6 ...q 127.67 105.73 521 120.24 +1.3iShMrnLV JKF 2.46e 2.4 ...q 112.57 94.16 3 103.36 -2.1iShAcwiMV HACV ... ... ...q 29.95 27.42 29.10 -2.3iShMrnLG JKE 1.20e .7 ...q 173.88 137.79 6 170.01 +8.6iShMrnLC JKD 2.24e 1.4 ...q 167.90 144.00 18 157.01 -1.2iShBrazSC EWZS .40e 2.7 ...q 18.14 12.25 22 15.04 -7.7iShIntlPfd IPFF .96e 5.3 ...q 19.76 16.68 36 18.16 -2.6iShSPTUS s ITOT ... ... ...q 65.40 54.59 698 62.57 +2.3iShSTNtMu SUB .86 .8 ...q 106.40 104.31 69 104.60 -.3tiShAgcyBd AGZ 1.81 1.6 ...q 114.58 110.57 13 110.52 -2.3iShTIPS TIP 1.69e 1.5 ...q 115.26 111.27 875 111.27 -2.5iShChinaLC FXI .87e 1.8 ...q 54.00 39.32 18167 48.60 +5.3iShTransp IYT 1.70e .9 ...q 206.73 160.64 101 192.98 +.7iShChinaSC ECNS 1.73e 3.1 ...q 55.78 44.65 4 55.46 +9.7iSCorSP500 IVV 4.38e 1.6 ...q 288.69 240.33 2068 274.10 +2.0iSMornMC JKG 2.32e 1.3 ...q 194.94 166.17 34 183.12 -1.4tiShUSAgBd AGG 2.65e 2.4 ...q 110.66 105.19 2478 105.17 -3.8iShEMkts EEM .59e 1.3 ...q 52.08 40.90 59834 47.18 +.1tiShiBoxIG LQD 3.87 3.4 ...q 121.85 114.00 4211 114.03 -6.2iSKokusai TOK 1.60e 2.4 ...q 69.65 59.34 1 66.25 +2.5iShCorUSTr GOVT .33 1.4 ...q 25.60 24.27 871 24.27 -3.2iSh2017Mu s IBMF .23 .8 ...q 27.26 27.16 27.20 iSGblTelcm IXP 2.31e 4.1 ...q 62.55 56.00 30 56.25 -7.1iShGblTech IXN 1.10e .7 ...q 171.45 129.32 24 166.66 +8.5iShAaa-ACp QLTA 1.51e 3.0 ...q 53.16 50.03 27 50.27 -4.9iSMrnMCG JKH .59e .3 ...q 220.00 179.51 4 215.00 +6.2iShIndones EIDO .35e 1.4 ...q 30.61 23.77 963 24.52 -13.8iSSP500Gr IVW 2.03e 1.3 ...q 166.51 135.56 341 161.53 +5.7iShNYMun s NYF ... ... ...q 56.36 54.26 9 54.44 -2.4iShGblHcr s IXJ ... ... ...q 61.56 53.04 27 56.78 iShGblFin IXG 1.28e 1.8 ...q 76.01 60.88 94 70.06 +.2iShUSAQlt QUAL 1.04e 1.2 ...q 88.63 73.25 738 84.10 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TLT 3.05 2.6 ...q 129.57 116.51 6518 116.80 -7.9iSRTop200G IWY .82e 1.1 ...q 79.55 63.41 47 76.91 +5.1iShRTop200 IWL 1.02e 1.6 ...q 66.19 54.63 23 62.78 +2.1iShIntSelDv IDV 1.51e 4.1 ...q 35.93 32.19 311 33.96 +.5iS Eafe EFA 1.66e 2.3 ...q 75.27 64.56 13758 71.48 +1.7iShGerSC bt EWGS .69e 1.0 ...q 70.42 51.54 5 65.74 +2.2iSRusMCV IWS 1.59e 1.8 ...q 92.95 81.56 630 88.13 -1.1tiShCrLTBd ILTB 2.54 4.3 ...q 65.21 59.30 14 59.27 -8.5iSRusMCG IWP 1.02e .8 ...q 130.04 106.51 125 126.62 +5.0iShNorC bt ENOR .58e 2.0 ...q 28.87 21.48 5 28.63 +11.0iShRusMid IWR 2.85e 1.3 ...q 220.02 188.02 107 211.37 +1.6iShMrnSC JKJ 1.78e 1.0 ...q 182.30 153.97 54 177.46 +1.9iShIreland EIRL .55e 1.1 ...q 50.12 42.90 2 47.86 -.3iSCorSPMid IJH 1.89e 1.0 ...q 199.91 168.25 1442 194.38 +2.4tiSh10yCBd CLY 2.67 4.6 ...q 63.67 57.68 19 57.64 -8.8iShiBxHYB HYG 5.09 6.0 ...q 89.04 84.07 13028 85.44 -2.1iShFinlC bt EFNL .51e 1.2 ...q 45.01 38.26 4 43.90 +11.4iShSft IGV .12e .1 ...q 185.41 131.86 110 180.63 +16.9iShCorUS n FTY ... ... ... 51.01 43.20 62 45.74 -7.8iShDenC bt EDEN .81e 1.2 ...q 71.11 61.78 3 68.04 +.7iShNetw IGN .25e .5 ...q 55.29 44.16 19 52.11 +7.5iShNATch IGM .73e .4 ...q 195.60 143.13 40 191.01 +13.2iShResRE REZ 2.01e 3.5 ...q 67.72 53.83 21 58.07 -6.7iSh2019Mun IBMH .27 1.1 ...q 25.65 24.92 40 25.29 -.1iShC&SRE ICF 2.97e 3.2 ...q 104.37 88.40 120 93.18 -8.0iShKLDSoc DSI 1.11e 1.1 ...q 106.16 87.75 39 100.87 +2.7iShGbl100 s IOO ... ... ...q 49.47 41.97 12 47.27 +3.0iSh2018Mu IBMG .23 .9 ...q 25.54 25.32 18 25.42 +.1iShConsSv IYC 1.50e .8 ...q 198.53 160.53 108 188.00 +4.9tiShGvCrBd GBF 2.86 2.6 ...q 115.65 109.47 5 109.39 -4.0iShIndia bt INDA .24e .7 ...q 38.21 31.54 3782 33.81 -6.3iSR1KVal IWD 2.41e 2.0 ...q 131.56 114.01 1200 122.75 -1.3iSMrnSCG JKK .87e .4 ...q 196.20 155.41 6 195.23 +8.8iShPoland EPOL .42e 1.7 ...q 30.19 23.25 196 24.14 -10.9iSMCGth IJK 1.88e .8 ...q 230.66 190.88 45 224.55 +4.0tiShIntGvC GVI 1.99 1.9 ...q 111.75 106.97 32 106.93 -2.6iSR1KGr IWF 1.45e 1.0 ...q 146.15 116.99 817 141.78 +5.3iSIndiaSC bt SMIN .10e .2 ...q 55.13 41.90 115 46.18 -12.2iSRus1K IWB 2.36e 1.6 ...q 159.31 132.90 486 151.69 +2.1iSR2KVal IWN 1.98e 1.5 ...q 131.46 112.01 2122 129.62 +3.1iSR2KGr IWO 1.36e .7 ...q 201.80 161.33 562 201.09 +7.7tiSh10-20TB TLH 2.99 2.3 ...q 140.10 127.83 11 127.78 -6.1iShFltRtB FLOT .32 .6 ...q 51.10 50.79 3762 51.00 +.4siShR2K IWM 1.77e 1.1 ...q 160.69 134.12 20982 160.92 +5.5iShCorHiDv HDV 2.90e 3.4 ...q 94.20 82.07 237 85.02 -5.7iShChina MCHI .61e .9 ...q 76.72 53.41 4384 70.50 +6.0iSEafeMnV EFAV 2.81e 3.8 ...q 76.51 68.11 898 73.95 +1.3iSRus3K IWV 2.47e 1.5 ...q 169.20 141.38 113 161.81 +2.3iSGblMatl MXI 1.02e 1.4 ...q 75.19 58.54 71 71.61 +2.2iShUtils IDU 4.54e 3.6 ...q 142.50 119.51 44 125.58 -5.5iSUSAMinV USMV .87e 1.7 ...q 55.45 48.24 1144 52.43 -.7iSMrnSCV JKL 2.98e 2.0 ...q 158.15 134.66 54 149.80 -1.6iShMCVal IJJ 2.16e 1.3 ...q 166.09 142.74 43 161.30 +.7iShGblUtil JXI 1.99e 4.1 ...q 53.07 45.15 65 48.34 -2.4iShTelecm IYZ .68e 2.5 ...q 34.00 26.34 146 27.30 -7.2iShTech IYW 1.20e .7 ...q 184.45 138.25 129 179.47 +10.3iShGblIndl EXI 1.40e 1.5 ...q 100.28 83.44 7 92.34 -.6iShGblCSt s KXI ... ... ...q 54.58 47.79 15 48.35 iShREst IYR 2.76e 3.6 ...q 83.27 71.27 7300 75.71 -6.5iSGblCnDis RXI 1.39e 1.2 ...q 119.68 97.88 2 115.87 +5.9iSh0-5Tips STIP ... ... ...q 101.11 99.27 47 99.37 -.5iShHmCnst ITB .09e .2 ...q 46.56 32.22 8136 37.49 -14.2iShInds IYJ 1.65e 1.1 ...q 158.32 128.54 82 146.84 -.4iShAerosp ITA 1.31e .7 ...q 207.47 154.10 145 196.39 +4.4iShHltcare IYH 3.01e 1.7 ...q 193.31 156.90 35 176.55 +1.3iShFinSv IYG 1.21e .9 ...q 142.14 105.64 70 136.48 +4.6iShRegBks IAT .61e 1.2 ...q 54.74 41.83 52 52.50 +6.5iShInsur IAK .82e 1.3 ...q 69.95 59.34 4 64.10 -3.8iShFincls IYF 1.45e 1.2 ...q 126.54 102.39 331 120.66 +1.0iShBroker IAI .65e 1.0 ...q 70.58 49.35 56 68.38 +8.9iShUSEngy IYE 1.14e 2.7 ...q 42.87 33.70 271 42.68 +7.6iShESGSel KLD 1.14e 1.0 ...q 119.20 99.78 16 112.67 +1.4siShCrSPS s IJR ... ... ...q 81.54 66.77 4194 81.78 +6.5iShMedDev IHI 1.57e .8 ...q 198.58 157.03 291 196.49 +13.2iShConsGd IYK 2.43e 2.1 ...q 130.93 111.06 10 113.90 -10.1iShHltcPrv IHF .24e .1 ...q 172.85 139.29 37 170.48 +8.7iShCorTInt IXUS 1.28e 2.0 ...q 67.93 56.86 364 64.04 +1.5iShPharm IHE 3.11e 1.0 ...q 166.06 139.28 12 148.05 -4.1iShBasM IYM 1.42e 1.4 ...q 108.32 87.35 210 102.24 iShPeru EPU .70e 1.6 ...q 44.95 32.98 25 42.74 +4.3iShCorEafe IEFA 1.56e 2.3 ...q 70.84 60.28 3382 67.39 +2.0iShOilEq IEZ .86e 2.2 ...q 40.47 29.57 73 39.62 +10.3iShDJ US IYY 2.01e 1.5 ...q 143.07 119.62 59 136.39 +2.1siShO&GEx IEO 1.06e 1.4 ...q 74.66 50.49 85 74.64 +14.9iShAggrAllo AOA .98e 1.8 ...q 56.94 51.02 51 54.23 +.6iShEurope IEV 1.12e 2.3 ...q 50.81 43.99 433 47.96 +1.5iShGroAllo AOR .81e 1.8 ...q 46.77 43.07 55 44.79 -.3siSRusMic IWC 1.08e 1.1 ...q 101.99 83.45 38 102.46 +7.1iShModAllo AOM .71e 1.9 ...q 39.05 36.79 42 37.62 -1.1iShMorMl bt IYLD 1.33e 5.2 ... 25.96 24.39 19 24.65 -4.6iSMsciVal EFV 1.66e 3.0 ...q 59.57 50.97 237 55.97 +1.4siSSCVal IJS 1.73e 1.1 ...q 160.55 132.50 94 161.07 +4.9iShConsAllo AOK .64e 1.9 ...q 35.27 33.55 28 34.01 -1.8iShEafeGr EFG 1.37e 1.7 ...q 85.81 72.88 53 82.07 +1.6iShB3-18xF s IBCC ... ... ...q 24.73 24.55 24.60 iShiB3-20F s IBCD ... ... ...q 24.82 24.24 3 24.30 -.9tiShiB3-23x s IBCE ... ... ...q 24.76 23.45 2 23.43 -3.5iShBd3-18 s IBDB ... ... ...q 25.75 25.49 25.62 +.2iShBd3-23 s IBDD ... ... ...q 26.95 25.51 3 25.55 -3.4iShBd3-20 s IBDC ... ... ...q 26.38 25.81 14 25.88 -.8iStar STAR ... ... 4 12.49 9.75 496 10.65 -5.8iStar pfD STARpD 2.00 7.9 ... 26.12 24.29 13 25.35 -.1iStar pfG STARpG 1.91 7.6 ... 25.94 24.21 1 25.00 -2.0iStar pfI STARpI 1.87 7.5 ... 25.94 24.25 1 24.85 -1.3ITT Inc ITT .54f 1.0 17 57.62 36.93 408 53.28 -.2iBio IBIO ... ... ...dd .55 .14 512 .15 -15.3Idacorp IDA 2.36 2.7 22 100.04 79.59 223 88.74 -2.9IDEX IEX 1.72f 1.3 30 150.72 106.39 194 137.41 +4.1iGATE PTI ... ... ... 19.52 ITW ITW 3.12 2.2 30 179.07 135.07 1859 144.31 -13.5Imax Corp IMAX ... ... ...cc 27.78 17.58 371 24.20 +4.5ImunC wt rs IMUC/WS ... ... ... .29 .01 .04 -12.5ImunoCll rs IMUC ... ... ...dd 2.79 .17 216 .27 -15.2ImpacMtg IMH ... ... 3 16.83 7.18 11 8.67 -14.7ImpOil g IMO .57 1.7 65 33.11 25.91 251 32.63 +4.6IncOpR IOR ... ... 28 13.79 8.51 2 12.70 +14.6IndCDrillg ICD ... ... ...dd 5.48 2.72 167 5.00 +25.6IndepHld IHC .12f .3 13 39.85 17.25 8 35.30 +28.6IndepRT IRT .72a 7.8 18 10.63 8.26 472 9.24 -8.4IndiaFd IFN 1.82e 1.9 ...q 28.81 24.23 54 24.67 -5.6IndiaGCap IGC ... ... ...dd 1.63 .30 201 .62 -38.0IndoTel s TLK .67 ... ... 36.19 23.66 309 24.53 -23.9IndBach IBA .87e 1.5 ... 67.61 54.25 2 58.15 +1.5Infosys INFY .40e 2.3 16 18.71 13.88 2493 17.55 +8.2InfrREIT n HIFR 1.00 4.8 17 23.22 17.60 182 21.00 +13.0InfuSystem INFU ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.25 83 2.80 +21.7IngerRd IR 1.80 2.0 20 97.67 79.63 1507 88.50 -.8sIngevity NGVT ... ... ... 82.67 53.62 304 82.85 +17.6Ingredion INGR 2.40 2.1 15 146.28 107.77 860 113.09 -19.1InnovInd n IIPR 1.00f 3.1 ... 36.88 15.72 128 32.41 +.3InnoInd pfA IIPRpA ... ... ... 28.80 25.50 0 27.70 -.9sInnsuites IHT .01 .4 ...dd 2.20 1.23 3593 2.27 +29.7Inphi IPHI ... ... 17 44.25 23.65 452 33.55 -8.3InsightS n INSI ... ... ... 21.10 18.40 13 18.46 -7.2sInsperity s NSP ... ... 29 89.74 34.88 196 89.40 +55.9sInsprMed n INSP ... ... ... 32.18 22.50 119 32.24 +29.1InspMD wt NSPR.WS ... ... ... .18 .01 .05 +63.3InspMD wtB NSPR.WSB ... ... ... .06 .01 .02 InspMD rs NSPR ... ... ... .73 .12 .16 +21.1InstlldBPd IBP ... ... 31 79.40 48.25 180 58.00 -23.6Instructre n INST ... ... ...dd 46.50 24.55 128 42.80 +29.3IntegerHl ITGR ... ... ...dd 67.40 38.95 190 66.55 +46.9Intellichk IDN ... ... ...dd 4.55 1.50 80 1.99 -22.3IntellgSys INS ... ... ...dd 8.24 3.30 34 6.70 +46.9Intelsat I ... ... ... 14.86 2.44 2327 13.69 +303.8InterXion INXN ... ... ... 67.19 43.51 500 63.77 +8.2IntcntlExc s ICE .88e 1.2 17 76.30 59.22 2401 72.27 +2.4IntCtlHtls IHG ... ... ... 69.23 49.03 84 64.91 +2.2IBM IBM 6.28f 4.3 10 171.13 139.13 3168 144.63 -5.7tIntFlav IFF 2.76f 2.2 32 157.40 123.36 1086 124.06 -18.7sIntlGmeT n IGT .80 2.6 ... 30.82 17.25 2465 30.59 +15.4IntMktCt n IMC ... ... ... IntPap IP 1.90 3.5 18 66.94 50.00 4568 55.03 -5.0IntlSeaw n INSW ... ... ... 23.43 15.23 134 19.15 +3.7IntTower g THM ... ... ...dd .78 .29 144 .64 +49.1Interpublic IPG .84f 3.5 16 26.01 18.30 2968 24.04 +19.2IntstP pfD IPLpD 1.28 5.1 ... 26.90 23.44 4 25.08 -1.6inTestCorp INTT ... ... 17 10.25 5.75 57 6.80 -21.4IntPotash IPI ... ... ...dd 5.12 2.03 3406 5.05 +6.1Intrexon XON ... ... ...dd 25.88 10.26 1644 16.11 +39.8Inuvo INUV ... ... ...dd 1.39 .68 74 .74 -8.6Invacare IVC .05 .3 ...dd 19.20 11.25 350 17.10 +1.5Invesco24 n IHTA ... ... ... 10.33 8.28 16 9.17 -11.1InvHiIn23 n IHIT ... ... ... 10.32 9.53 74 9.88 +.9InvAdvMu2 VKI .78 7.4 ...q 11.93 10.33 140 10.54 -7.4tInv Bond VBF .83a 4.7 ...q 20.29 17.60 62 17.58 -11.6InvCAVal VCV .79 6.8 ...q 13.20 11.53 194 11.60 -7.8InvDynCrd VTA .90 7.7 ...q 12.28 11.33 185 11.73 +.2InvHiInc2 VLT 1.24 9.1 ...q 15.25 13.57 18 13.61 -7.5Invsco iim IIM .84 6.0 ...q 15.47 13.64 132 14.05 -5.7Invesco IVZ 1.16 4.1 12 38.43 27.35 2063 28.51 -22.0InvMtgCap IVR 1.68f 10.5 7 18.86 15.15 835 15.96 -10.5InvMtg pfA IVRpA 1.94 7.8 ... 25.70 24.24 4 25.02 InvMtg pfB IVRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.44 24.25 5 25.52 -.9InvMtg pfC IVRpC 1.88 7.8 ... 25.73 23.40 28 24.11 -3.5Invsco oia OIA .39 5.3 ...q 8.25 7.34 60 7.41 -7.4InvMuOpTr VMO .88 7.6 ...q 13.37 11.52 75 11.65 -6.0InvMuniTr VKQ .82 7.0 ...q 13.04 11.51 110 11.71 -6.3InvPAVal VPV .79 6.7 ...q 12.68 11.54 40 11.74 -3.4Invsco iqi IQI .76 6.5 ...q 13.04 11.70 135 11.77 -5.9InvSrInco VVR .31 7.1 ...q 4.71 4.26 373 4.40 +.2InvTrIG VGM .88 7.2 ...q 13.80 12.09 88 12.24 -7.1InvTrNY VTN .85 6.7 ...q 14.00 12.61 27 12.67 -7.7InvTech ITG .28 1.2 ...dd 23.96 17.63 191 22.43 +16.5InvRlEst IRET .28 5.4 4 5.93 4.05 322 5.14 +3.0InvRlE pfC IRETpC 1.66 7.0 ... 26.08 22.29 3 23.60 -9.3Invitae n NVTA ... ... ...dd 10.44 4.35 2177 6.48 -28.6InvitHm n INVH .44 2.0 ... 24.30 20.25 3277 22.19 -5.9iPBetaCmd BCM ... ... ...q 32.00 25.00 2 31.01 +6.0iPS&PWtd SBV ... ... ...q 26.59 19.42 23.51 +12.8iPBtaCocoa CHOC ... ... ...q 38.83 26.69 36.88 +32.4iPBetaCoff CAFE ... ... ...q 13.64 10.35 10.48 -7.8iPBetaCttn CTNN ... ... ...q 35.76 28.65 35.02 +17.6iPBetaSug SGAR ... ... ...q 29.50 19.26 19.26 -11.2iPBetaAlu FOIL ... ... ...q 30.20 25.96 27.14 -8.3iPBetaCopp CUPM ... ... ...q 36.42 28.15 33.56 -7.5iPBetaLead LEDD ... ... ...q 43.61 35.16 39.24 -6.7iPBetaNick NINI ... ... ...q 22.79 14.71 21.83 +3.0siPBetaCrOil OLEM ... ... ...q 21.42 12.86 0 21.44 +21.1iPBetaNGs DCNG ... ... ...q 19.05 16.19 16.70 -1.5iPBetaAgri DIRT ... ... ...q 33.32 28.84 30.91 +5.7iPGrains WEET ... ... ...q 35.91 30.53 33.13 +7.7iPBetaSfts GRWN ... ... ...q 22.59 19.54 19.54 -9.4iPBetaIMet HEVY ... ... ...q 35.00 28.13 32.29 -4.6iPBetaEgy ONG ... ... ...q 20.99 15.48 20.41 +4.0iPBtaLvstk LSTK ... ... ...q 47.53 39.79 42.10 -6.0iPBtaPrMt BLNG ... ... ...q 34.40 31.25 33.44 +4.3iP LXR2K RTLA ... ... ...q 209.90 209.90 209.90 +4.4iPathLong SFLA ... ... ... 214.83 214.83 214.83 iPLgEEmM EMLB ... ... ...q 119.99 62.61 80.80 -32.7IronMtn IRM 2.20 6.7 28 41.52 30.78 1200 32.62 -13.5iShItaly rs EWI ... ... ...q 34.45 27.27 2374 32.63 +7.2iShJapan rs EWJ ... ... ...q 64.71 52.81 3767 61.17 +2.1iSMlasia rs EWM ... ... ...q 36.56 31.21 1427 34.93 +5.9iShSing rs EWS ... ... ...q 28.35 23.28 943 27.27 +5.2iSTaiwn rs EWT ... ... ...q 39.36 34.13 6566 37.27 +2.9iSh UK rs EWU ... ... ...q 38.05 32.82 1247 36.88 +3.0tiSh0-5IGCp SLQD .79 1.6 ...q 50.73 49.49 108 49.50 -1.5iShCmdOpT CMDT ... ... ...q 41.95 33.50 38.18 +2.7iShCvBd ICVT .67e ... ...q 58.93 51.90 102 58.08 +5.4iShCorEM IEMG .95e 1.7 ...q 62.70 49.43 10670 57.07 +.3tiSh 10 Cp n LLQD ... ... ... 51.31 46.75 1 46.67 -8.9iSh 5-10Cp n MLQD ... ... ... 49.96 47.08 0 47.13 -4.6iShColomC ICOL .43e 2.8 ...q 16.51 13.45 4 15.19 +5.2iShEnhBd n IGEB ... ... ... 50.77 47.60 47.65 -5.3iShDefBd n HYDB ... ... ... 51.96 49.25 0 49.43 -2.5iShFSIntSC ISCF .12p ... ...q 34.73 27.98 8 33.44 +3.1iShRs2500 n SMMD ... ... ... 45.58 38.87 1 45.16 +3.4iShFacSIntl INTF .17p ... ...q 31.21 26.10 111 29.69 +2.9iShArgGl n AGT ... ... ... 32.94 24.18 4 27.02 -10.5iShFS USA LRGF .19e ... ...q 33.93 28.11 135 32.46 +2.1iShFSUsaSC SMLF .23e ... ...q 41.79 34.88 16 41.11 +4.0iShFacSGbl ACWF .11p ... ...q 34.07 26.75 20 31.38 +2.3iSh iBd23 n IBML ... ... ... 25.96 24.64 38 24.82 -1.6iSh IntDv n IDEV ... ... ... 62.47 53.10 4 59.34 +1.4iShMgRE rs REM ... ... ...q 48.54 39.80 156 43.36 -4.1iSh0-5HYCp SHYG 2.38 5.1 ...q 48.07 45.93 1205 46.71 -.9iShDvlValu IVLU ... ... ...q 28.44 23.75 20 27.03 +2.3tiSh 3-10yr n IMTB ... ... ... 50.70 47.31 2 47.36 -4.7iShSaudi KSA ... ... ... 31.62 24.50 45 30.09 +14.9iSh MinVl n SMMV ... ... ... 30.51 27.20 3 30.01 +2.8iShIntDevM IMTM .30p ... ...q 33.00 27.90 64 31.35 +2.8iShIntDevQ IQLT .55p ... ...q 31.40 27.21 25 30.12 +1.6iShLwCarb CRBN .94p ... ...q 125.97 106.96 2 119.19 +2.0iShShMBd bt NEAR .35 ... ...q iShDvlSize ISZE ... ... ...q 29.72 26.10 28.12 -.7iShCHdEM HEEM 1.26e 1.8 ... 28.95 23.58 25 27.13 +2.4iShMsciChA CNYA ... ... ... 35.68 26.05 1 32.01 -.1iSh IntDvGr IGRO ... ... ... 62.04 53.76 6 57.85 -2.6iShMultiTc TCHF ... ... ... 42.80 34.12 41.39 +6.8iShMultInd INDF ... ... ... 33.67 29.24 30.87 -3.2iShMultHl HCRF ... ... ... 35.18 28.35 1 32.43 +2.6iShiB20Mun IBMI .24 .9 ...q 25.44 25.18 70 25.27 -.3iShMultMat MATF ... ... ... 36.19 29.62 33.27 -2.7iSh MultFin FNCF ... ... ... 37.85 30.16 35.02 -.9iShMultiEn ERGF ... ... ... 30.28 23.28 2 29.84 +5.4iShIntHdHi HYGH 4.56 5.0 ...q 92.42 88.33 23 91.46 +.7iShCHAust HAUD 1.81p ... ...q 25.23 22.42 24.38 -.5iSh MultCnS CNSF ... ... ... 27.25 23.37 23.58 -10.9iShCDivGr DGRO .65e 1.9 ...q 37.22 30.67 348 34.63 -.4iSh MulConD CNDF ... ... ... 34.24 27.45 32.30 +3.2iSh MultUt UTLF ... ... ... 28.56 23.93 25.65 -3.8iShCHEmu HEZU .64e 1.6 ...q 31.55 28.32 579 31.28 +4.9iShGblReit REET .94e 3.8 ...q 26.68 23.40 178 24.70 -5.3iSh AdapJp DEWJ .18p ... ... 31.33 25.92 29.68 -.2iSh AdapC DEFA .48p ... ... 30.45 27.17 29.15 -.9iSh AdapEu DEZU .56p ... ... 30.64 27.16 29.74 +3.4iShCoreInt IAGG ... ... ... 53.61 51.09 27 52.28 +.4iShEurSC HEUS ... ... ...q 31.31 27.52 31.28 +4.4iShCorePac IPAC 1.06e 1.7 ...q 63.99 53.28 26 60.80 +2.0 iShEurMV HEUV .98 3.9 ...q 25.74 23.44 1 25.15 +2.0iShIntHdCp LQDH 2.76 2.9 ...q 99.18 94.38 5 96.64 -.7iShCHCda HEWC 1.41e 1.7 ...q 26.97 24.31 26.59 +.7iShJpMinV JPMV .70e 1.0 ...q 72.41 61.22 10 69.73 +2.7iShEafeMV HEFV ... ... ...q 28.12 26.08 28.12 +2.0iShEuMinV EUMV .67e 2.6 ...q 26.69 24.16 24 25.55 +.8iShCHNk400 HJPX .19p ... ...q 32.09 26.36 29.87 -1.7iShCorEur IEUR 1.18e 2.3 ...q 53.97 46.46 143 51.10 +1.9iShxJMinV AXJV .84p ... ...q 38.95 32.91 0 37.08 +2.0iSh2022Mu IBMK .09e ... ...q 26.37 25.24 42 25.38 -1.1iShEm exCh EMXC ... ... ... 58.49 50.03 53.17 -1.4tiShYdOpBd BYLD .75 3.1 ...q 26.66 24.03 11 24.03 -3.9iSh2021Mu IBMJ .07e ... ...q 26.08 25.19 45 25.29 -.5iSHgxUSHY HHYX .67e ... ...q 28.14 26.86 27.89 iShRussia rs ERUS ... ... ...q 39.23 27.18 345 34.64 +3.3iSCHeafe HEFA .70e 1.5 ...q 30.88 27.65 369 30.58 +3.0iShCHMex HEWW 1.41p ... ...q 21.71 18.72 0 18.80 -6.0iShH10yCBd CLYH .31e ... ...q 27.42 24.97 26.11 -1.2iShCHSpain HEWP .31p ... ...q 24.22 20.85 2 22.92 +3.4iShHEmBd EMBH .30e ... ...q 27.37 25.29 0 26.07 -1.8iShCHItaly HEWI .55p ... ...q 19.17 16.12 4 18.54 +10.2iShShMMu MEAR .27e ... ...q 50.18 49.61 19 49.80 siSCHEafSC HSCZ .19p ... ...q 32.15 28.02 1 32.18 +3.9iShUSFxBal FIBR 2.20e ... ...q 101.15 98.54 98.80 -1.4iShCHAcxUs HAWX 1.38e 3.8 ...q 28.00 24.85 2 27.48 +2.3iShGbMM rs PICK ... ... ... 37.91 25.02 159 36.57 +5.6iShCHAcwi HACW .94e 2.0 ...q 30.93 26.76 0 30.03 +2.1iShTrFRBd TFLO .07e .1 ...q 50.73 50.00 31 50.27 +.1siShCH UK HEWU .24p ... ...q 25.01 22.21 3 25.11 +3.2iSh ESG s ESGE ... ... ... 74.08 31.70 109 73.07 iShCHSwitz HEWL 1.43e 2.3 ...q 27.79 25.03 27.09 +.2iShEMktMV HEMV ... ... ...q 29.20 25.12 27.37 -.1iShLqdty bt ICSH .25e .5 ...q 50.54 49.98 11 50.06 iShCHJpn HEWJ .74e .5 ...q 35.29 28.82 188 33.55 +.6iShCHSoK HEWY .48p ... ...q 32.01 28.41 30.37 +.4iShFacEmg EMGF .13p ... ...q 53.84 41.63 35 50.30 +1.7tiSh iBd26 n IBDR ... ... ... 24.92 23.10 22 23.08 -6.0iSiBd12-18 s IBDH .30 1.2 ...q 25.50 25.07 26 25.13 iSiBd12-16 s IBDF .13 .5 ...q 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s IBDL .62e 2.5 ...q 25.66 24.94 108 24.99 -1.3iSiBd12-19 s IBDK .37e ... ...q 25.11 24.70 81 24.76 -.4iSiBd12-23 s IBDO .56e ... ...q 25.55 24.14 45 24.16 -3.6iSiBd12-22 s IBDN .55e ... ...q 25.42 24.21 118 24.22 -3.1iSiBd12-25 s IBDQ .64e ... ...q 25.37 23.70 30 23.73 -5.2tiSiBd12-24 s IBDP .63e ... ...q 25.44 23.88 25 23.91 -4.6tiSiBd12-21 s IBDM .47e ... ...q 25.19 24.28 123 24.28 -2.1IsoRay ISR ... ... ...dd .65 .36 732 .54 +35.8IsraelChm ICL .27e 5.8 ... 4.95 3.85 133 4.63 +14.6IssuerDir ISDR .20 1.2 59 18.95 11.65 2 17.00 -7.4sItauCorpb ITCB 2.48e 15.5 78 16.20 10.28 4 16.05 +19.4ItauUnibH ITUB .32e 2.5 ... 16.98 10.35 5802 13.06 +.5IvyHiInOp IVH 1.50a 10.6 ...q 16.10 13.92 43 14.15 -6.4J -JAlexHld n JAX ... ... 34 12.80 8.70 26 12.05 +24.2JJill n JILL ... ... ... 13.71 4.17 249 5.74 -26.4JBG Smth n JBGS .90 2.5 ... 37.38 30.79 398 35.53 +2.3JMP Gp27 n JMPD ... ... ... 25.62 24.11 8 24.90 -1.5JMP Grp JMP .36 7.1 72 7.70 4.92 18 5.06 -9.6JMP Gp 23 JMPB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.00 25.10 2 25.60 +1.2JPMCh pfE JPMpE 1.58 6.1 ... 27.30 25.53 49 25.89 -4.3JPMDvsRt JPGE .96e 1.5 ...q 68.02 56.65 13 62.52 JPMIntEq JPIN 1.08e 1.8 ...q 63.18 55.18 95 60.66 +1.0JPMDvREm JPEM 1.31p ... ...q 64.42 51.69 15 59.13 +1.3JPM DREq JPUS .26p ... ...q 74.59 64.00 29 70.63 +.1JPM DivInt JPIH ... ... ... 30.65 27.59 30.55 +1.9JPMDsfEu JPEU ... ... ... 64.34 56.44 3 61.35 +1.7JPM DivEu JPEH ... ... ... 29.58 26.58 29.41 +4.0JPM Val n JVAL ... ... ... 27.44 24.90 25.40 -2.7JPM Qual n JQUA ... ... ... 27.51 24.85 26.32 +.9JPM Mom n JMOM ... ... ... 27.55 24.95 26.81 +4.6JPM MinV n JMIN ... ... ... 26.62 24.93 25.52 -1.0JPM US Dv JDIV ... ... ... 26.74 24.18 24.81 -6.3JPM DivAlt JPHF ... ... ... 28.92 24.93 12 25.46 -2.7JPM FutSt n JPMF ... ... ... 25.34 24.33 2 24.63 -2.1JPM UlSh n JPST ... ... ... 51.03 48.88 269 50.16 +.2JPM SCap n JPSE ... ... ... 30.81 27.03 9 30.51 +2.8JPM GlB n JPGB ... ... ... 52.89 50.08 4 50.28 -1.7JPM Evnt n JPED ... ... ... 25.40 24.55 25.40 +.8JPM Disc n JPHY ... ... ... 52.80 49.72 3 49.84 -2.8JPM USMid JPME ... ... ... 66.84 58.01 4 64.42 +1.1JPMorgCh JPM 2.24f 2.0 16 119.33 81.64 7422 113.34 +6.0JPMCh wt JPM/WS ... ... ... 73.85 40.53 72.89 +9.7JPMCh pfA JPMpA 1.36 5.4 ... 26.06 24.52 37 25.20 -.7JPMCh pfB JPMpB 1.68 6.4 ... 27.62 25.76 77 26.25 -2.9JPMAlerian AMJ 2.29 8.5 ...q 31.81 23.17 1023 27.03 -1.6JPMCh pfY JPMpF 1.53 5.9 ... 27.20 25.32 50 25.95 -2.6JPMCh pfG JPMpG 1.52 5.9 ... 27.38 25.30 57 25.97 -3.7JPM FTLgC JFT ... ... ...q 42.00 JPMCh pfH JPMpH 1.54 5.8 ... 27.41 24.03 93 26.39 -2.0JRJR Ntw JRJR ... ... ...dd .75 .10 .13 -29.7Jabil JBL .32 1.1 16 31.77 23.70 1330 28.13 +7.2JacobsEng JEC .60 .9 25 72.18 49.31 1220 63.48 -3.8JaggedPk n JAG ... ... ... 16.55 11.40 970 13.39 -15.1JHardie s JHX .38e 2.1 82 18.79 13.55 2 17.81 +1.1Jan HlFit n FITS ... ... ... JanTailRsk TRSK .24e .8 ...q 33.32 29.08 29.57 -5.6AlpVSVolLC SPXH .51e 1.5 ...q 38.83 32.16 33.55 -8.2Jan ShDur n VNLA ... ... ... 50.42 49.95 67 50.03 -.3JanusHn n JHG 1.44f 4.3 ... 41.64 30.24 714 33.20 -13.2JpnSmCap JOF .13e 1.1 ...q 13.06 9.70 40 12.38 +4.8Jarden JAH ... ... 53 58.97 JeldWen n JELD ... ... ...dd 42.27 26.32 944 27.97 -29.0JernignC n JCAP 1.40 7.4 11 24.89 15.90 54 18.86 -.8Jianpu n JT ... ... ... 9.49 4.75 257 5.92 -8.6JinkoSolar JKS ... ... 36 30.50 16.06 842 20.21 -16.0JBeanTch JBT .40 .5 34 122.65 83.75 357 87.20 -21.3JHMultLgC JHML .10p ... ...q 37.14 31.13 38 35.46 +1.9JH MultMdC JHMM .08p ... ...q 36.30 30.45 21 34.95 +2.5JH MultCns JHMC .07p ... ...q 33.38 27.14 4 31.23 +2.1JH MultFin JHMF .08p ... ...q 39.70 31.02 3 37.89 +3.1JH MultHltC JHMH .05p ... ...q 34.56 28.52 4 31.61 +1.5JH MultTch JHMT .09p ... ...q 47.35 35.22 2 45.39 +10.5sJH MultEn JHME ... ... ... 32.89 24.30 4 32.90 +10.9JH MultMat JHMA ... ... ... 38.20 30.31 5 35.56 -1.0JH SmCap n JHSC ... ... ... 28.27 24.27 5 26.65 +2.1JH MultDev JHMD ... ... ... 32.58 27.75 5 30.98 +1.8JH MultUt JHMU ... ... ... 29.74 25.00 26.94 -2.0JH MulCnSt JHMS ... ... ... 28.79 24.55 0 24.90 -10.2JH MultInd JHMI ... ... ... 37.55 29.96 4 34.88 -.6JH HedgEq HEQ 1.50 8.6 ...q 17.95 15.87 16 17.54 +.7JH TxAdY HTY 1.28 15.1 ...q 10.25 8.27 12 8.50 -3.6JohnJn JNJ 3.60f 2.9 17 148.32 121.28 3801 125.35 -10.3JohnContl n JCI 1.04e 2.9 25 44.37 32.89 3918 36.42 -4.4JonesEngy JONE ... ... ...dd 2.45 .54 432 .73 -33.6JonesLL JLL .82f .5 29 178.75 111.66 350 169.42 +13.8Jumei Intl JMEI ... ... 28 4.20 2.00 1763 2.50 -14.4JnprNtwk JNPR .72 2.7 15 30.44 23.61 6809 26.86 -5.8Jupai n JP .40f 1.8 23 29.00 7.36 274 22.80 +23.3JustEngy g JE .41 ... 5 5.91 3.86 385 3.98 -7.2JustEn pfA JEpA ... ... ... 26.98 21.29 11 24.05 -3.3K -K12 LRN ... ... 54 19.92 12.72 142 15.23 -4.2KAR Auct KAR 1.40 2.6 19 56.75 40.27 991 53.84 +6.6KB FnclGp KB ... ... ... 63.96 44.21 86 53.41 -8.7KB Home KBH .10 .4 29 38.80 20.68 2525 25.34 -20.7KBR Inc KBR .32 1.9 12 21.70 13.36 2387 17.02 -14.2KCAPFn 19 KAP 1.84 7.2 ... 25.99 25.05 0 25.63 +1.3KKR KKR 1.31e 5.9 10 24.50 17.96 3632 22.32 +6.0KKR pfA KKR.PRA ... ... ... 27.69 25.45 48 26.99 -.1KKR pf B KKRpB 1.63 6.1 ... 27.37 25.31 15 26.54 -.8KKR Inco KIO 1.50a 9.4 ...q 18.63 15.38 70 16.04 -.1KKR RE n KREF 1.72e ... ... 23.99 18.09 194 20.11 +.5KMG Chm KMG .12 .2 25 70.60 45.65 125 66.02 -.1KT Corp KT ... ... ... 18.82 12.70 426 12.98 -16.8Kadant KAI .84 .9 27 114.00 68.60 40 95.25 -5.1Kadmon n KDMN ... ... ... 5.86 2.05 545 3.84 +6.1sKaman KAMN .80 1.1 35 70.54 47.43 158 70.88 +20.5KCSo pf KSUp 1.00 3.8 ... 29.50 25.22 26.25 -3.7KC Southn KSU 1.44f 1.3 20 114.91 89.98 794 108.96 +3.6KapStoneP KS .40 1.2 12 35.01 20.21 869 34.44 +51.8KaynAEnD KED 1.60 9.1 ...dd 19.07 14.10 89 17.58 +1.0KA EngTR KYE 1.32m 13.6 ...q 11.82 8.30 89 9.73 -3.3KA MLP KYN 1.80 9.5 ...q 20.38 14.38 223 18.90 -.8KAMLP pfF KYNpF .88 3.5 ... 25.82 25.07 0 25.10 -.6KAMidsEn KMF 1.80m 13.5 ...q 16.00 11.36 51 13.31 -3.6KeanGrp n FRAC ... ... ... 19.83 12.51 1033 16.11 -15.3Kellogg K 2.16 3.5 15 74.28 56.40 2120 61.49 -9.5KelsoTch g KIQ .03f 5.6 ... .89 .24 19 .54 +3.8Kemet KEM ... ... 30 27.35 11.73 1545 21.18 +40.6sKemper KMPR .96 1.3 23 74.75 36.35 371 74.75 +8.5Kemper 54 KMPA 1.84 7.1 ... 28.25 25.40 1 25.99 -.4Kennamtl KMT .80 2.0 24 52.52 32.23 625 39.09 -19.3KennWils KW .76 3.8 ...cc 20.60 15.95 672 20.00 +15.3KenonHld n KEN ... ... ... 33.22 12.13 13 15.46 -28.6KeyEngy KEG ... ... ... 21.25 8.20 198 17.00 +44.2Keycorp KEY .48f 2.4 14 22.40 16.28 6932 20.35 +.9tKeycorp pfI KEYpI ... ... ... 29.97 27.03 52 27.13 -6.2Keysight KEYS ... ... 40 55.21 35.62 1066 53.53 +28.7KilroyR KRC 1.70 2.3 16 77.70 62.91 1047 72.48 -2.9KimbRoy n KRP 1.68f 9.0 ... 20.24 15.06 65 18.61 +14.5KimbClk KMB 4.00 3.8 21 134.30 97.10 1622 104.89 -13.1Kimco KIM 1.12 8.0 14 21.24 13.16 2580 14.00 -22.9Kimco pfI KIMpI 1.50 6.4 ... 25.49 23.33 17 23.62 -6.2Kimco pfJ KIMpJ 1.38 6.4 ... 25.61 21.10 8 21.43 -14.4Kimco pfK KIMpK 1.41 6.4 ... 25.56 21.60 7 21.93 -12.7Kimco pfL KIMpL ... ... ... 25.99 20.01 17 20.48 -17.2KindMorg KMI .80f 4.9 23 21.25 14.69 9017 16.40 -9.2KindM pfA KMIpA ... ... ... 45.00 29.98 52 32.27 -15.0KindredHlt KND .48 5.4 ...dd 11.90 5.50 690 8.95 -7.7Kingsway KFS ... ... ...dd 6.35 3.65 15 4.35 -13.9Kinross g KGC ... ... 27 4.91 3.48 7643 3.56 -17.6sKirbyCp KEX ... ... 38 91.30 59.25 563 90.45 +35.4KirklLak n KL .02e ... ... 19.83 11.52 369 19.28 +25.5KiteRlty pf KRGp 2.06 8.2 ... 25.03 KiteRlty KRG 1.27 8.7 5 21.57 13.87 532 14.52 -25.9KlondexM g KLDX ... ... ... 3.89 1.29 758 2.46 -5.7KnSwftT rs KNX .24 .6 25 51.94 31.07 1990 40.11 -8.3Knoll Inc KNL .60 3.0 14 24.00 16.57 149 20.16 -12.5KnotOffsh KNOP 2.08 10.2 ... 24.00 19.15 81 20.40 -1.7Knowles KN ... ... 12 19.13 10.95 726 14.12 -3.7Kohls KSS 2.44f 3.8 13 69.48 35.16 5497 64.42 +18.8Koppers KOP 1.00 2.6 11 51.80 33.90 92 39.10 -23.2KoreaElc KEP ... ... ... 20.38 14.12 234 16.69 -5.8KoreaFd KF 4.50e ... ...q 44.64 38.03 2 41.32 +.1KornFer KFY .40 .7 24 56.18 31.53 432 54.55 +31.8KosmosEn KOS ... ... ...dd 8.62 5.15 1270 7.41 +8.2KrNwChin s KFYP ... ... ...q 44.18 30.07 0 34.82 +4.0KrS ChIn n KWEB ... ... ... 68.39 53.99 1412 61.52 +5.0KranChinA KBA 9.93e ... ...q 39.22 27.68 275 34.60 +.5KraneChCm KCNY .22e .6 ...q 37.87 32.68 0 37.17 +5.9KranShFtse KEMP ... ... ...q 29.85 23.34 26.08 -2.0KrnChEnv n KGRN ... ... ... 27.96 23.37 1 24.35 -3.7KrnOnBelt n OBOR ... ... ... 28.16 24.47 4 25.74 +.7KrS CnTc n KEMQ ... ... ... 28.97 23.87 24 25.33 -.8KratonCp KRA ... ... 16 53.99 30.70 223 48.03 -.3 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 5 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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Kroger s KR .50 2.0 13 31.45 19.69 8540 24.94 -9.1KronosWw KRO .68f 2.8 9 29.49 17.11 475 24.48 -5.0Kyocera KYO ... ... ... 71.92 53.79 16 60.30 -8.0L -L Brands LB 2.40 7.0 10 63.10 30.70 4016 34.19 -43.2L-3 Tch LLL 3.20 1.7 19 218.71 161.04 532 193.37 -2.3LCI Inds LCII 2.20 2.5 16 132.73 85.66 295 88.45 -32.0LG Display LPL ... ... ... 17.05 10.21 432 10.60 -23.0LGL Grp LGL ... ... 19 6.70 4.25 5 5.38 -4.2LMP CapIn SCD 1.24f 9.5 ...q 14.75 12.22 36 13.01 -6.7LSB Inds LXU ... ... ...dd 11.71 5.29 179 5.57 -36.4LSC Com LKSD 1.04f 8.6 ... 22.43 11.58 444 12.04 -20.5LTC Prp LTC 2.28f 5.8 17 52.85 34.46 339 39.14 -10.1LaQuinta LQ ... ... 69 21.06 13.62 1505 20.64 +11.8LaZBoy LZB .48 1.6 20 34.25 23.15 268 30.30 -2.9LabCp LH ... ... 21 181.72 137.83 460 176.87 +10.9LadderCap LADR 1.26 8.4 14 15.39 12.83 915 15.02 +10.2LadThalFn LTS .04 1.1 ...dd 3.84 2.11 231 3.78 +19.6LadTh pfA LTSpA 2.00 8.0 ... 25.70 24.63 14 25.09 -.9LadThal27 n LTSL 1.63 6.7 ... 25.16 23.85 16 24.35 -2.3LambWst n LW .77 1.1 25 68.70 42.58 603 67.14 +18.9Lannett LCI ... ... 6 30.35 13.15 843 15.05 -35.1LaredoPet LPI ... ... 4 13.46 7.41 4294 9.75 -8.1LVSands LVS 3.00 3.8 22 79.84 57.25 1819 78.36 +12.8LaSalleH LHO 1.80 5.7 17 31.88 24.10 637 31.39 +11.8LaSalH pfI LHOpI 1.59 6.5 ... 25.80 23.87 6 24.50 -2.4LaSalHt pfJ LHOpJ 1.58 6.5 ... 25.99 23.67 11 24.21 -5.9Latam Air LTM ... ... ... 17.39 10.80 960 13.62 -2.0LatAmDisc LDF .03e .3 ...q 13.25 10.09 1 11.02 -4.0LattDvMkt RODM .62e 2.1 ...q 31.02 26.80 247 29.61 +1.4LattEmMkt ROAM .43e 1.7 ...q 28.12 23.04 4 24.87 -3.5Latt RE n RORE ... ... ... 16.02 13.27 3 14.20 -8.4LattUSEqt ROUS .39e ... ...q 33.42 27.04 9 31.84 +1.8LattGblSC ROGS .57e 1.8 ...q 33.42 27.93 2 32.29 +2.3HrtLoVol n LVIN ... ... ... 29.40 25.52 0 28.03 +1.0LazGlobTR LGI .95 5.1 ...q 19.39 15.68 32 18.53 +2.9Lazard LAZ 1.76f 3.2 15 60.00 40.50 438 55.62 +5.9LazWldDiv LOR .69 6.1 ...q 12.63 10.74 5 11.19 -3.8LeafGrp LFGR ... ... ...dd 10.15 6.35 66 9.80 -1.0LearCorp LEA 2.80f 1.4 15 202.42 135.62 691 201.88 +14.3Lee Ent LEE ... ... 5 2.75 1.75 31 2.25 -4.3LegacyAc n LGC ... ... ... 9.91 9.51 552 9.67 +.4LegacyA wt LGC/WS ... ... ... .45 .39 .40 -4.8LegacyA un LGC/U ... ... ... 10.05 9.82 5 10.00 +.6LeggMason LM 1.36f 3.5 11 47.13 36.24 1451 38.87 -7.4LegMas56 n LMHA ... ... ... 28.47 25.57 16 25.93 -4.9LegM 5,4 56 LMHB ... ... ... 25.73 23.37 35 24.24 -4.0LMGblInco BWG 1.32a 10.5 ...q 13.74 12.46 12.54 -1.8LM IntLoV LVHI ... ... ... 29.13 25.85 27.71 -1.7LM EM LoV LVHE ... ... ... 31.44 26.58 2 29.35 +6.7LeggPlat LEG 1.52f 3.6 20 53.96 39.57 853 41.76 -12.5LeGS3.5s34 JBK 1.59 6.2 ... 26.71 23.50 0 25.51 +1.5LeidosHld LDOS 1.28a 2.1 22 70.11 50.94 523 61.48 -4.8LejuHldgs LEJU .20e ... ...dd 3.14 .96 42 1.26 -12.5LendingClb LC ... ... ...cc 6.56 2.57 3975 3.42 -17.2LennarA LEN .16 .3 13 72.17 49.52 6133 50.97 -19.4tLennarB LEN/B .16 .4 11 58.65 40.77 134 40.93 -20.8Lennox LII 2.56f 1.3 27 223.05 160.18 329 199.71 -4.1Leo Hld un LHC ... ... ... 10.90 9.40 0 10.09 +1.2LeucNatl LUK .40 1.7 43 28.30 21.61 3086 23.50 -11.3LevelBr n LEVB ... ... ... 5.52 3.50 64 5.15 +18.4LexRltyTr LXP .71f 8.9 10 10.65 7.59 1008 8.02 -16.9LexRT pfC LXPpC 3.25 6.6 ... 54.43 48.25 0 48.89 -4.8Libbey LBY .47 7.0 ...dd 10.30 4.60 117 6.70 -10.9LbtyASE USA .72e 11.4 ...q 6.80 5.51 644 6.34 +.6LbtyASG ASG .38e 6.2 ...q 6.49 4.67 50 6.10 +10.1LibOilSv n LBRT ... ... 62 23.30 16.00 442 21.23 -7.3LibtProp LPT 1.60 3.7 15 45.40 37.77 774 42.71 -.7LifeStorg LSI 4.00 4.4 31 93.16 69.00 349 90.50 +1.6LightInBox LITB ... ... ...dd 3.46 1.61 11 2.18 -5.2LilisEn n LLEX ... ... ...dd 5.60 2.96 166 4.23 -17.2LincNat LNC 1.32 1.9 10 86.68 63.10 1634 67.97 -11.6LincNtl wt LNC/WS ... ... ... 82.24 59.11 82.24 +8.5Lindsay LNN 1.20 1.3 46 100.40 83.37 69 95.41 +8.2LineCp n LN ... ... ... 47.81 33.91 133 35.93 -12.3LionsGat A LGF/A .09p ... ... 36.48 21.54 410 23.98 -29.1LionsGat B LGF/B ... ... ... 34.41 19.97 334 22.24 -29.9LiqTech LIQT ... ... ...dd .84 .25 1388 .57 +.4LithiaMot LAD 1.16f 1.2 12 127.99 86.05 193 97.96 -13.8LiveNatn LYV ... ... ...cc 49.11 33.13 1446 43.83 +3.0LloydBkg LYG .47a 13.3 ... 4.21 3.26 1913 3.55 -5.3LoanCore n LCRT ... ... ... LoanDpt n LDI ... ... ... LockhdM LMT 8.00 2.5 39 363.00 273.73 881 319.33 -.5Loews L .25 .5 14 53.59 45.01 717 51.30 +2.5LomaNeg n LOMA ... ... 17 26.89 13.27 737 15.15 -34.2LaPac LPX .13p ... 15 31.19 22.07 1787 27.80 +5.9Lowes LOW 1.64 1.9 20 108.98 70.76 3975 85.51 -8.0Lubys LUB ... ... ...dd 3.43 2.35 27 2.52 -4.5LumberLiq LL ... ... ...dd 41.33 19.41 1400 20.24 -35.5LuxferHld LXFR .50 3.6 ... 16.21 11.30 13.80 -12.7Luxoft LXFT ... ... 21 67.85 38.50 110 42.15 -24.3Lydall LDL ... ... 14 60.00 37.50 80 40.90 -19.4LyonBas A LYB 4.00f 3.5 10 121.95 78.01 3357 115.31 +4.5M -M&T Bk MTB 3.20f 1.7 21 197.37 141.12 392 184.26 +7.8M&T Bk wt MTB/WS ... ... ... 113.50 68.29 112.00 +14.8M&TBk pfA MTBp 63.75 6.3 ... 1090.00 1009.50 1006.57 -7.7M&TBk pfC MTBpC 63.75 6.2 ... 1086.00 1012.48 1029.95 MAG Slv g MAG ... ... ... 13.84 9.29 205 11.33 -8.3MBIA MBI ... ... ...dd 10.97 6.04 975 8.63 +17.9MDC MDC 1.20 4.1 11 35.18 26.45 934 29.24 -8.3MDU Res MDU .79 2.8 23 29.28 24.29 477 27.82 +3.5MFA Fncl MFA .80 10.5 10 8.90 6.72 1227 7.65 -3.4MFA Fn42 MFO 2.00 7.7 ... 26.36 25.32 13 25.97 -1.5MFA pfB MFApB 1.88 7.5 ... 25.89 23.96 12 25.14 -.6MFC Bcp MFCB ... ... ...dd 9.62 5.69 9 6.35 -18.5tMFS CAMu CCA .60 5.8 ...q 14.00 10.26 5 10.27 -10.8tMCR MCR .72a 9.1 ...q 8.76 7.91 280 7.93 -6.5tMGF MGF .41 9.2 ...q 5.01 4.48 59 4.48 -6.5MFS HInM CXE .30 6.1 ...q 5.51 4.84 45 4.89 -6.7MFS HYMu CMU .28 6.1 ...q 4.89 4.37 40 4.54 -1.7MFS IHI CIF .25 9.5 ...q 3.03 2.60 177 2.61 -11.3MIN MIN .42 11.0 ...q 4.35 3.82 134 3.83 -7.7MFS InvG CXH .50 5.5 ...q 10.33 9.20 27 9.22 -5.0MMT MMT .52 9.2 ...q 6.29 5.62 74 5.63 -7.2MFM MFM .38 5.9 ...q 7.41 6.41 70 6.52 -5.1MFV MFV .58 10.0 ...q 6.84 5.71 11 5.80 -2.0MGIC Inv MTG ... ... 8 16.21 9.97 2740 10.81 -23.4MGMGrPr n MGP 1.68 ... ... 31.83 25.31 710 28.60 -1.9MGM Rsts MGM .48 1.5 9 38.41 29.53 7579 31.92 -4.4MI Homes MHO ... ... 13 37.41 24.08 411 28.06 -18.4MPG pfA MPGpA ... ... ... 25.85 MPLX LP MPLX 2.47f 7.0 32 39.38 30.88 1089 35.17 -.8MRC Glbl MRC ... ... 21 20.77 14.01 942 20.40 +20.6MSA Safety MSA 1.52f 1.7 52 91.74 65.95 190 90.12 +16.3MSC Ind MSM 2.32 2.5 18 99.94 65.42 396 93.53 -3.2MSCI Inc MSCI 1.52 1.0 43 162.29 98.21 401 158.32 +25.1MSG Netw MSGN ... ... 9 26.30 16.25 281 19.80 -2.2MV OilTr MVO .76e 8.3 7 9.80 4.80 59 9.13 +8.7MVC Cap MVC .60 6.0 ...q 10.97 8.66 10 10.05 -4.8MVC 22 n MVCD 1.56 6.1 ... 27.25 25.12 1 25.44 -1.5MacQUtlDv MFD 1.20 10.0 ...q 14.75 11.44 22 11.98 -3.6MacQGInf MGU 1.48 6.5 ...q 26.50 21.32 25 22.70 -11.9Macerich MAC 2.96 5.4 30 69.73 52.12 1153 54.46 -17.1MackCali CLI .80 4.5 8 28.51 15.86 528 17.70 -17.1Macquarie MIC 5.24e 14.0 7 79.51 36.20 1210 37.53 -41.5sMacys M 1.51 4.6 11 32.45 17.41 52648 33.17 +31.7MadCvCall MCN .72 9.6 ...q 8.15 7.09 20 7.48 -3.1sMadSqGd n MSG ... ... 83 266.96 189.96 204 267.22 +26.7MadStSec MSP 1.04 8.8 ...q 12.33 10.72 26 11.83 +1.0MagellMid MMP 3.75f 5.4 20 75.82 54.82 604 69.41 -2.2sMagna g s MGA 1.32f 2.0 12 66.11 43.18 1064 66.25 +16.9MagnaChip MX ... ... 7 13.40 8.40 321 10.80 +8.5Maiden prA MHpA 2.06 10.1 ... 25.81 18.80 29 20.47 -17.1Maiden pfC MHpC 1.78 9.5 ... 26.67 16.73 25 18.78 -23.1MaidnH pfD MHpD 1.68 9.6 ... 25.05 14.85 33 17.50 -16.4MaidenHld n MHLA .60 3.0 ... 27.28 16.68 2 19.86 -13.7MaidHld 43 MHNC 1.94 9.1 ... 27.34 18.64 18 21.28 -12.9MainStCap MAIN 2.28f 5.9 13 41.79 34.37 276 38.32 -3.5MainStC 23 MSCA 1.53 5.9 ... 26.50 25.23 25.79 +2.1MainSDTMu MMD 1.18 6.2 ...q 20.49 18.54 79 19.06 -3.9Majesco n MJCO ... ... ...dd 6.43 4.35 5 5.27 -1.9Mallinckdt MNK ... ... ... 49.12 11.65 3086 15.57 -31.0MgdDInvG MZF .74 5.2 ...q 14.35 13.05 35 14.25 +6.1ManchUtd MANU .36 1.7 1 22.15 15.86 61 21.10 +6.6Manitowc rs MTW ... ... ... 44.03 21.48 339 26.01 -33.9ManngNap MN .32 10.3 13 4.95 2.95 35 3.10 -13.9ManpwrGp MAN 1.86 2.0 11 136.93 93.47 646 94.61 -25.0Manulife g MFC .44 ... ... 22.16 17.03 2041 19.49 -6.6MarathnO MRO .20 .9 ...dd 21.68 10.55 8036 21.18 +25.1MarathPt s MPC 1.84 2.4 11 83.27 49.30 6890 76.73 +16.3MarcusMill MMI ... ... 24 38.26 23.54 149 37.64 +15.4Marcus MCS .60f 1.9 25 34.60 23.55 58 32.00 +17.0tMarinSft rs MRIN ... ... ... 15.45 5.85 46 5.70 -47.9MarineP MPX .40f 2.5 29 17.12 12.00 20 16.18 +27.0sMarineMx HZO ... ... 23 24.30 13.80 216 23.85 +26.2Markel MKL ... ... 64 1194.98 949.72 24 1130.18 -.8MarriotVac VAC 1.60 1.4 20 154.14 107.58 332 118.43 -12.4MarshM MMC 1.50 1.9 22 86.54 74.52 1251 80.62 -.9MartMM MLM 1.76 .8 32 241.33 189.27 446 218.27 -1.3Masco MAS .42 1.1 19 46.45 35.79 4999 37.91 -13.7Masonite g DOOR ... ... 12 79.90 50.40 226 64.10 -13.6Mastec MTZ ... ... 12 55.53 38.40 1112 50.45 +3.1MastechD MHH ... ... 20 16.93 6.13 5 16.67 +65.7MasterCrd MA 1.00 .5 45 194.72 117.58 2109 192.38 +27.1MatadorRs MTDR ... ... 25 35.22 20.13 2978 33.23 +6.7sMaterion MTRN .42f .7 36 55.90 33.15 104 56.20 +15.6MatinasB n MTNB ... ... ... 3.08 .43 171 .56 -51.7Matson MATX .80 2.4 6 40.32 21.63 188 33.67 +12.8MauiLand MLP ... ... 19 27.80 9.95 22 10.85 -37.3MaxarTc n MAXR 1.48 3.1 ... 67.30 42.11 196 47.27 -26.5Maximus MMS .18 .3 18 72.71 58.58 481 61.83 -13.6MaxLinear MXL ... ... 13 32.47 17.54 760 19.17 -27.4McClatch rs MNI ... ... ...dd 11.51 5.75 37 10.10 +13.1McCorm vot MKC/V 2.08f 2.0 ... 112.92 90.60 1 106.05 +5.5McCorm MKC 2.08f 2.0 16 111.46 90.25 617 106.62 +4.6McDerI rs MDR ... ... 10 27.21 16.14 20.70 McDnlds MCD 4.04 2.5 25 178.70 146.84 2401 162.87 -5.4McKesson MCK 1.36 .9 12 178.86 134.25 1001 150.16 -3.7McEwenM MUX .01 .5 ...dd 2.94 1.82 1315 2.07 -9.2Mechel pf MTLp ... ... ... 1.34 .80 3 1.04 -1.0Mechel rs MTL ... ... ... 5.80 3.30 89 3.69 -29.8Medequit n MRT .84 8.1 ... 13.06 9.67 166 10.32 -8.0MedProp MPW 1.00f 7.6 15 14.19 11.82 1828 13.22 -4.1sMedifast MED 1.92 1.5 57 128.92 40.00 170 130.20 +86.5MedleyCap MCC .40m 11.0 6 6.65 3.48 312 3.64 -30.3MedleyC 23 MCV 1.53 6.1 ... 25.98 23.93 1 24.93 -1.2MedleyC 21 MCX 1.63 6.4 ... 26.39 25.02 2 25.29 -2.0Medley n MDLX .22p ... ... 25.09 23.76 3 24.15 -2.5Medley24 n MDLQ ... ... ... 25.66 24.51 30 25.09 -.5tMedleyMgt MDLY .80 16.2 15 7.15 5.15 83 4.95 -23.8Mednax MD ... ... 12 63.04 40.56 1327 47.42 -11.3Medtrnic MDT 1.84 2.2 34 89.72 76.41 4033 85.55 +5.9Merck MRK 1.92 3.2 22 66.41 52.83 8530 59.75 +6.2MercGn MCY 2.50 5.3 42 61.51 41.41 311 47.20 -11.7Meredith MDP 2.18 4.4 12 72.25 48.80 650 49.40 -25.2Meritage MTH ... ... 11 55.50 38.80 488 42.55 -16.9 Meritor MTOR ... ... 6 29.54 14.97 750 21.71 -7.5MerL pfK MERpK 1.61 6.2 ... 26.53 25.26 16 25.77 -1.2MerL pfP MERpP 1.84 7.0 ... 27.53 25.80 26.35 -3.0ML CZN46 PIY 2.09 12.7 ... 26.88 11.66 1 16.45 +11.8MLRRD29 PYS 1.58 8.2 ... 24.85 17.20 2 19.28 -4.8MLGS t PYT .76 3.4 ... 22.60 20.40 2 22.14 +5.7MLIdxPl33 IPB 1.51 5.5 ... 28.91 26.50 1 27.43 -1.0MesaRoyl MTR 1.46e 9.6 15 19.85 11.25 5 15.20 -17.6Mesab MSB 1.49e ... ... 30.92 12.95 61 24.60 -2.2Methode MEI .44 1.0 36 48.44 36.05 203 41.95 +4.6MetLife MET 1.68f 3.5 10 55.91 43.36 3770 47.89 -5.3MetLfe pfA METpA 1.02 4.1 ... 25.67 23.50 13 25.15 +1.2MetroBkH n MCB ... ... ... 51.30 36.35 100 48.66 +15.6MettlerT MTD ... ... 39 697.26 544.64 168 560.75 -9.5MexcoEn MXC ... ... ...dd 7.18 3.00 24 6.04 +53.6MexEqt MXE 1.62e .1 ...q 12.22 9.91 3 10.01 -2.4MexEqt pf MXEp ... ... ... 15.11 MexicoFd MXF .60 4.0 ...q 18.24 15.00 37 15.16 -3.7MKors KORS ... ... 20 70.00 32.38 2286 65.79 +4.5MicrFoc n MFGP ... ... ... 36.21 12.67 891 18.06 -46.2MicrSol n MICR ... ... ... 4.29 3.19 14 3.75 +7.1MidAApt MAA 3.48 3.9 16 110.95 85.16 550 88.90 -11.6MdAApt pfI MAApI 2.13 3.3 ... 68.51 61.56 65.30 -3.0MidsthBcp MSL .28m 2.0 ...cc 15.40 11.05 35 14.25 +7.5MidstPet MPO ... ... ... 19.04 10.87 76 13.11 -20.9Milacron n MCRN ... ... ... 22.62 15.09 385 20.09 +5.0MilestnSci MLSS ... ... ... 1.80 .64 32 .68 -42.3MHowHiInc HIE 1.39 11.6 ...q 14.17 10.93 64 11.96 -4.1MillerInds MLR .72 2.7 16 29.00 23.85 36 26.20 +1.6MinTech MTX .20 .3 17 77.15 62.55 132 72.40 +5.2MissP pfD MPpD 1.31 5.2 ... 27.67 24.63 2 25.06 -2.3Mistras MG ... ... 36 23.83 17.00 53 19.30 -17.8MitsuUFJ MUFG ... ... ... 8.11 5.95 1492 6.49 -10.7MiX Tele MIXT .22e ... ... 21.00 5.62 124 19.12 +49.8MizuhoFn MFG ... ... ... 4.00 3.37 162 3.68 +1.1MobileTele MBT .53e 5.2 ... 12.80 7.77 2143 10.22 +.3Model N MODN ... ... ...dd 19.60 12.40 287 17.65 +12.1Modine MOD ... ... 14 25.75 12.40 207 18.15 -10.1sMoelis&Co MC 1.88f 3.2 48 57.95 34.65 437 58.50 +20.6tMohawk MHK ... ... 16 286.85 207.79 885 210.55 -23.7MolinaHlth MOH ... ... ...dd 93.98 56.68 611 84.82 +10.6MolsCoor A TAP/A 1.64 2.7 6 94.94 58.93 60.15 -28.4MolsCoorB TAP 1.64 2.7 10 97.50 58.75 1885 60.11 -26.8MonRE MNR .68 4.5 24 18.45 13.87 239 15.18 -14.7MonRE pfB MNRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 25.07 25.01 25.03 MonRE pfC MNRpC 1.53 6.5 ... 26.74 22.82 16 23.55 -5.9Monsanto MON 2.16 1.7 22 126.80 114.19 2727 125.44 +7.4Moodys MCO 1.76 1.0 37 174.80 114.48 742 172.24 +16.7Moog A MOG/A .25p ... 21 93.93 67.24 165 83.62 -3.7Moog B MOG/B .25p ... 21 91.71 68.69 82.75 -6.8MorgStan MS 1.00 1.8 14 59.38 41.07 4518 54.97 +4.8MorgSt pfE MSpE 1.78 6.2 ... 30.01 27.96 45 28.52 -1.5MorgSt pfF MSpF 1.72 6.3 ... 29.79 27.34 65 27.42 -3.6MorgSt pfI MSpI 1.59 6.0 ... 29.01 26.51 108 26.65 -4.3MorgS pfG MSpG 1.66 6.4 ... 28.17 25.75 22 26.06 -2.4MorgSt pfK MSpK ... ... ... 27.72 25.55 59 25.70 -5.2MS Asia APF .14e .8 ...q 19.99 16.13 11 17.86 -2.9MS China CAF 13.33e ... ...q 27.79 20.50 81 26.33 +12.6MS CushHi MLPY 1.28e 19.8 ...q 8.00 6.09 1 6.48 -8.2MS EMD MSD .57e 6.3 ...q 10.27 8.98 28 9.04 -9.4MSEMDDbt EDD .80m 11.1 ...q 8.37 7.20 182 7.23 -6.1MSEmMkt MSF .05e .3 ...q 19.86 15.97 25 17.54 -2.0MS icb ICB .54a 2.9 ...q 19.79 17.93 5 18.49 +.8MS India IIF .04e ... ...q 35.14 28.02 22 29.98 -9.6MSJCP97 HJV 1.75 14.6 ... 16.72 10.00 7 12.00 -2.8MkVRMB CNY ... ... ...q 49.12 38.95 0 45.72 +6.3MkVRupee INR .20p .5 ...q 45.42 39.52 39.52 -9.5MSDLEur URR ... ... ...q 21.49 16.65 18.64 +2.8MSDSEur DRR ... ... ...q 57.46 44.20 1 52.00 +7.4MorgSt pfA MSpA 1.01e 4.5 ... 24.50 21.49 55 22.58 -.3MosaicAc n MOSC ... ... ... 9.90 9.49 0 9.71 +.1Mosaic MOS .10 .4 37 29.20 19.23 5935 27.73 +8.1MotrlaSolu MSI 2.08 1.9 20 111.91 80.97 968 107.30 +18.8Movado MOV .80f 2.0 ...cc 42.25 20.50 138 40.05 +24.4Mueller MLI .40 1.4 21 37.57 25.26 279 29.59 -16.5MuellerWat MWA .20 1.7 27 12.99 9.59 821 11.78 -6.0MurphO MUR 1.00 3.2 ...dd 35.16 22.21 1248 31.16 +.4MurphUSA MUSA ... ... 13 89.69 61.05 316 69.47 -13.6MyersInd MYE .54 2.6 42 24.60 15.40 161 20.75 +6.4Myomo n MYO ... ... ... 23.20 2.07 424 3.64 -2.9Myovant n MYOV ... ... ...dd 24.14 9.92 49 21.70 +71.7N -NCI BldSy NCS ... ... 22 21.20 13.05 208 18.40 -4.7NCR Corp NCR ... ... 27 43.24 26.00 880 31.06 -8.6NGL EnPt NGL 1.56 14.4 ...dd 17.65 8.58 682 10.80 -23.1NGL En pfB NGLpB 2.25 9.5 ... 25.56 23.10 9 23.67 -3.0NL Inds NL ... ... 5 16.05 6.00 26 7.50 -47.4LinkMotion LKM ... ... 20 4.68 1.58 2.20 -45.3NRG Egy NRG .12 .4 54 35.17 15.53 4584 33.75 +18.5NRG Yld A NYLD/A 1.12f 6.4 36 19.91 15.30 116 17.45 -7.4NRG Yld C NYLD 1.24f 7.0 24 20.15 15.55 321 17.55 -7.1NTN Buzz rs NTN ... ... ...dd 8.40 3.01 8 5.11 +21.5NVR NVR ... ... 21 3700.00 2253.55 29 2917.00 -16.9nVent El n NVT ... ... ... 26.34 21.00 2173 24.96 +9.9Nabors NBR .24 2.9 ...dd 10.75 5.32 24418 8.39 +22.8NACCO NC .66 1.9 4 92.60 23.80 14 35.25 -6.4NamTai NTP .28 2.3 45 13.90 7.70 22 12.15 -3.2NanoViric NNVC ... ... ...dd 1.64 .48 182 .50 -43.2Nashville NASH .75e .7 ...q 29.66 25.34 29.00 +3.7sNatBkHldg NBHC .56f 1.5 32 37.25 30.10 172 37.25 +14.9NatFuGas NFG 1.66 3.2 16 59.92 48.31 251 51.51 -6.2NatGrid NGG 2.89e 5.1 ... 70.76 51.44 332 56.49 -3.9NtHlthInv NHI 4.00 5.7 16 81.60 62.71 135 69.61 -7.7NHltcre NHC 1.92f 3.0 24 74.80 57.00 24 64.51 +5.9sNOilVarco NOV .20 .5 ...dd 41.42 29.90 2592 42.17 +17.1NatPresto NPK 1.00a .9 15 121.40 88.80 87 107.05 +7.6NatRetPrp NNN 1.90 4.8 18 43.90 36.25 1047 39.31 -8.9tNRetP pfE NNNpE 1.43 6.0 ... 26.38 23.65 66 23.57 -7.8NtRetP pfF NNNpF 1.30 5.8 ... 25.58 21.97 17 22.59 -10.0NatlStor n NSA 1.12 4.2 91 28.55 21.17 283 26.52 -2.7NtStorAf pfA NSApA ... ... ... 26.30 23.57 1 24.04 -7.7NtWst pfC NWpC 1.94 7.6 ... 26.60 25.48 25.59 Nationstar NSM ... ... 15 20.71 15.95 315 18.53 +.2NatxIntV n MVIN ... ... ... 47.10 43.78 1 45.32 +1.7NatGsSvcs NGS ... ... 71 29.55 22.40 21 24.05 -8.2sNatrlGroc NGVC ... ... 33 10.69 4.79 112 10.88 +21.8NatRsPt rs NRP 1.80 5.5 9 37.70 22.81 16 32.45 +24.8Natuzzi NTZ ... ... ... 3.00 1.41 55 1.56 -2.5Nautilus NLS ... ... 18 19.25 11.30 619 15.90 +19.1NavideaBio NAVB ... ... ...dd .68 .21 306 .24 -34.5sNavigCons NCI ... ... 21 23.56 14.62 224 23.59 +21.5NavigatrH NVGS ... ... ... 13.25 7.00 145 10.90 +10.7NaviosAcq NNA .08 10.4 ...dd 1.65 .67 128 .77 -30.6Navios pfG NMpG 2.19 19.3 ... 19.99 10.18 6 11.37 -29.8Navios NM ... ... ...dd 1.90 .68 604 .78 -35.4NavMH pfH NMpH 2.16 18.4 ... 18.89 10.36 3 11.75 -27.9NavMMid NAP 2.00f 49.8 ... 11.17 3.26 139 4.02 -57.8NaviosMar NMM 1.69f 88.9 7 2.62 1.45 310 1.90 -19.5Navistar NAV ... ... ...cc 47.73 25.06 436 38.69 -9.8Navistr pfD NAVpD ... ... ... 23.12 9.33 23.04 +34.7NeenahP NP 1.64 2.0 18 95.40 75.20 69 81.15 -10.5sNelnet NNI .64 1.0 14 61.04 38.72 84 61.89 +13.0NeoPhoton NPTN ... ... ...dd 9.78 4.56 1501 6.46 -1.8tNetshoes n NETS ... ... ... 26.96 2.81 4362 2.14 -72.9Netw1Tch NTIP .10 3.6 93 4.60 2.25 40 2.80 +16.7NBCAInt NBW .74 5.9 ...q 14.61 12.57 24 12.60 -7.4NeuB HYld NHS .96 8.7 ...q 12.35 10.84 37 11.00 -6.5NBIntMu NBH .90 6.6 ...q 16.00 13.42 50 13.64 -7.8NB MLP NML 1.26 13.9 ...q 9.05 NBNYInt NBO .58 5.0 ...q 13.06 11.46 11 11.59 -4.7NBRESec NRO .36 7.6 ...q 5.70 4.29 200 4.75 -14.1NevGCas UWN ... ... 28 2.86 1.87 19 2.50 -6.4NevroCorp NVRO ... ... ...dd 94.34 65.00 996 74.89 +8.5Nevsun g NSU .04 1.1 ...dd 3.86 1.96 495 3.48 +42.6NewAmHi HYB .78a 9.0 ...q 10.20 8.48 40 8.64 -8.1NewConcEn GBR ... ... 27 2.45 1.16 20 1.35 -13.4tNE Realty NEN 1.00 1.5 2 75.25 66.81 2 66.70 -9.1NwGold g NGD ... ... ...dd 4.25 2.22 2463 2.27 -31.0NewHome NWHM ... ... 10 13.55 9.53 90 10.11 -19.3NwIreland IRL 2.15e 1.3 ...q 14.24 11.90 3 12.06 -3.8NJ Rscs s NJR 1.09 2.5 14 45.45 35.55 370 43.00 +7.0NewMedia NEWM 1.48 8.7 30 17.95 12.41 435 16.94 +1.0NwMtnFin NMFC 1.36 9.9 10q 14.85 12.05 177 13.70 +1.1NewOriEd EDU .40e ... 45 108.40 69.91 995 93.20 -.9NewRelic NEWR ... ... ...dd 91.79 39.11 1537 87.74 +51.9NewResid NRZ 2.00 11.1 6 18.43 15.04 1596 18.07 +1.1NewSenInv SNR 1.04 13.9 14 10.57 6.77 831 7.48 -1.1NY&Co NWY ... ... ...dd 4.31 1.28 149 3.84 +34.3NY CmtyB NYCB .68 5.7 14 14.53 11.48 4759 11.97 -8.1NY Cmt pfA NYCBpA ... ... ... 30.39 26.12 23 26.65 -6.8NYCmty un NYCBpU 3.00 6.1 ... 56.99 48.75 2 49.18 -3.1NY REIT rs NYRT 4.85c ... ... 19.81 15.04 105 17.68 NY Times NYT .16 .7 ...cc 25.70 16.95 3170 23.35 +26.2NewellRub NWL .92f 3.5 5 55.08 23.85 4671 26.50 -14.2NewdExp NFX ... ... 15 35.20 22.72 2599 28.95 -8.2NewMarket NEU 7.00 1.9 19 478.84 358.33 33 367.20 -7.6NewmtM NEM .56 1.4 30 42.04 31.42 3167 39.69 +5.8NewpkRes NR ... ... ...dd 10.85 6.58 461 10.60 +23.3NexGen g NXE ... ... ... 2.85 1.65 408 1.89 -26.2NexaRsc n NEXA ... ... 13 21.20 15.27 18.82 -4.0NexPtCr rs NHF 2.40m 10.3 ...q 25.64 21.30 164 23.37 -7.6NxPtRsT n NXRT 1.00 3.7 9 29.40 22.84 51 26.77 -4.2NxtEraLP NEP 1.57f 3.6 31 45.38 33.47 96 43.11 NextEra 72 NEEpI 1.28 5.2 ... 25.48 23.17 12 24.50 -1.9NextEra 73 NEEpJ 1.25 5.1 ... 25.62 22.88 17 24.28 -2.7NextEra76 NEEpK ... ... ... 25.99 23.62 74 24.90 -2.6NxtEra pfQ NEEpQ 3.19 4.6 ... 73.50 63.25 19 69.95 +.5NextEraEn NEE 4.44f 2.8 12 165.15 137.00 1502 157.17 +.6NxtEra pfR NEEpR ... ... ... 58.46 52.85 2 55.79 -.7NiSource s NI .78 3.2 31 27.76 22.44 3740 24.40 -4.9NiaM pfB NMKpB 3.60 3.7 ... 104.75 94.00 96.20 +.1NiaM pfC NMKpC 3.90 4.0 ... 107.80 94.40 98.00 -1.1Nielsen plc NLSN 1.40f 4.5 18 43.61 29.65 4429 31.25 -14.1sNikeB s NKE .80 1.1 67 70.25 50.35 9243 71.34 +14.1sNoahHldgs NOAH ... ... 38 65.23 25.98 352 66.48 +43.6tNobilisH n HLTH ... ... ... 2.10 1.25 868 1.25 -7.4NobleCorp NE .08 1.4 ...dd 5.80 3.14 5443 5.66 +25.2sNobleEngy NBL .44 1.2 36 35.49 22.99 2128 35.56 +22.0NobleMid n NBLX 1.91e ... 12 57.98 41.90 167 49.69 -.6NokiaCp NOK .19e 3.0 ... 6.65 4.51 8481 6.24 +33.9sNomadF n NOMD ... ... ... 17.80 13.05 2125 17.78 +5.1Nomura NMR ... ... ... 6.83 5.28 509 5.50 -5.5Norbord n OSB 1.29 3.1 ... 42.97 28.16 103 41.67 +23.2NordicAOff NAO .18 15.8 ... 1.60 1.02 161 1.14 -4.9NordicAm NAT .41e 20.0 ...dd 7.20 1.82 1427 2.05 -16.7Nordstrm JWN 1.48a 2.9 20 54.00 37.79 3040 51.05 +7.7NorkSo NSC 2.88 1.9 23 157.15 111.44 1659 150.88 +4.1NortelInv NTL .64e 1.3 ... 51.97 29.00 50.99 NoAmEn g NOA .08 ... ... 6.20 3.70 5.85 +18.2sNEurO NRT .78e 8.3 11 9.34 5.94 74 9.38 +34.8NoWestCp NWE 2.20 4.1 16 64.47 50.01 242 53.15 -11.0tNDynMn g NAK ... ... ... 2.34 .74 2531 .71 -59.8NthnO&G NOG ... ... 29 2.97 .63 3350 2.29 +11.7NorthropG NOC 4.80f 1.5 34 360.88 248.58 965 321.16 +4.6NStREur n NRE .60 4.3 ... 14.81 10.08 416 13.99 +4.2NwstNG NWN 1.88 3.2 ...dd 69.50 51.50 253 59.00 -1.1NorwCruis NCLH ... ... 16 61.48 49.52 2376 52.50 -1.4NovaBay rs NBY ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.25 4 2.95 -23.4NovaGld g NG ... ... ...dd 5.05 3.35 1142 4.92 +25.2Novartis NVS 2.75e 3.5 16 94.19 75.73 1327 77.60 -7.6 NovoNord NVO .96e 2.0 ... 58.37 41.03 1632 48.86 -9.0NOW Inc DNOW ... ... ...dd 18.37 9.12 3869 14.82 +34.4sNuSkin NUS 1.47 1.9 37 78.35 53.50 388 79.02 +15.8Nucor NUE 1.52f 2.3 16 70.48 51.67 3517 64.98 +2.2tNush EnhYl NUAG ... ... ... 24.87 23.42 59 23.39 -4.2Nush 1-5yr NUSA ... ... ... 25.18 24.27 24.31 -1.8NushLCGr NULG ... ... ... 34.05 28.19 2 33.83 +8.4NushLCVal NULV ... ... ... 30.70 25.90 4 28.66 +.3NushMCGr NUMG ... ... ... 31.52 26.50 12 30.72 +4.6NushMCVal NUMV ... ... ... 29.85 25.08 0 28.02 -.6NushSmCap NUSC ... ... ... 29.95 25.30 1 29.94 +5.2NushShTrm NURE ... ... ... 27.05 23.57 0 25.64 -2.7NushEsg ef NUDM ... ... ... 27.24 tNus AgBd n NUBD ... ... ... 25.60 24.08 2 24.08 -3.4NushEs ef NUEM ... ... ... 30.00 NustarEn NS 2.40m 10.8 22 47.99 19.22 267 22.32 -25.5NustEn pfA NSpA 2.13 9.3 ... 27.09 21.53 6 23.00 -7.4Nustar pfB NSpB 1.91 8.8 ... 25.75 20.00 7 21.60 -4.6Nustar pfC NSpC ... ... ... 26.43 22.31 58 23.83 -8.2NustarGP NSH 1.32m 10.6 ... 26.90 10.40 105 12.45 -20.7Nustar 43 NSS 1.91 7.5 ... 25.93 24.55 14 25.35 +1.4Nutrien n NTR .40p ... ... 54.35 40.41 1519 51.72 -.3NuvNYVl2 n NYV ... ... ... 15.50 13.27 12 13.32 -7.1NuvCr22 n JCO ... ... ... 10.10 9.26 50 9.48 -.1Nuv Mun21 NHA ... ... ... 10.96 9.29 16 9.45 +.1NuvHiInO n NMZ ... ... ... 13.91 12.28 184 12.43 -8.7Nuv Pf22 n JPT ... ... ... 27.14 23.35 15 23.64 -5.9Nuv 11-21 n JHB ... ... ... 10.15 9.48 119 9.58 -3.8tNuvCA V2 n NCB ... ... ... 18.40 15.30 18 15.25 -10.3NvHiInDc19 JHD ... ... ... 10.36 9.72 29 9.81 -2.1Nuv RE In JRS ... ... ... 11.90 9.39 66 9.63 -14.5NuvMO Pr NOM ... ... ... 17.58 12.87 0 13.37 -4.2NuvAllCEn JMLP 1.37 16.8 ...q 10.12 6.79 61 8.15 -4.8tNuvAZ NAZ .80 6.3 ...q 15.43 12.68 39 12.67 -10.4NuvBldAm NBB 1.34 6.6 ...q 22.13 20.10 70 20.25 -7.9NBldAmOp NBD 1.30 6.0 ...q 23.08 21.50 25 21.64 -6.1NCaAMTFr NKX .86 6.4 ...q 16.17 13.30 75 13.41 -12.7NCADvA NAC .91 6.9 ...q 15.58 13.18 263 13.25 -7.4NCalMunV NCA .47 5.0 ...q 10.70 9.16 50 9.45 -7.3NuvCASel NXC .63a 4.6 ...q 17.17 13.51 4 13.84 -7.2NCTDv2 pfC NGKpC .26 2.6 ... 10.02 NCTPI NTC .68a 5.9 ...q 12.57 11.38 22 11.69 -1.9NuvCorEqA JCE 1.21a 8.0 ...q 16.19 13.95 48 15.19 +4.0NvCredStr JQC .62 7.7 ...q 8.81 7.90 251 8.07 -1.8NvDvrsDiv JDD 1.04 8.6 ...q 13.25 11.50 27 12.14 -1.3NuvDivA NAD .85a 6.5 ...q 14.46 12.92 383 13.07 -7.0NuvEnhM NZF .83a 6.3 ...q 13.17 -2.6NvDow30DO DIAX 1.06 5.5 ...q 19.79 15.43 94 19.29 +2.4NuEnMLP JMF 1.35 12.2 ...p 13.65 9.65 140 11.01 -3.3NEnhMuV NEV .96a 7.1 ...q 15.25 13.18 67 13.47 -5.1NuvFloat JFR .72 6.6 ...q 12.04 10.66 113 10.86 -3.1NuvFltOp JRO .76a 7.1 ...q 11.95 10.55 95 10.72 -6.0NvGADiv2 NKG .64a 5.7 ...q 13.55 11.29 5 11.36 -9.6NuvGblHIn JGH 1.58 10.0 ... 17.45 15.86 41 15.87 -6.2NuvHi2020 JHY .68 7.0 ...q 10.50 9.67 19 9.78 -1.3NuvHIDec18 JHA ... ... ...q 10.18 9.67 44 9.81 -1.0NuvEnhMu NVG ... ... ... 15.83 14.06 383 14.75 -4.5NNYAmtF NRK .70 5.8 ...q 13.44 11.88 148 12.05 -7.0NuvAmtFr NEA .75a 5.8 ...q 14.18 12.70 492 12.83 -6.7NuvIntMu NID .68 5.5 ...q 13.77 12.10 69 12.43 -4.3NvIntQMu NIQ .57 4.6 ...q 13.49 12.22 36 12.41 -3.6NMDPI NMY .67a 5.5 ...q 13.27 11.88 7 12.02 -4.5tNvMAP NMT .71a 5.6 ...q 15.00 12.64 16 12.63 -11.5NMIQI NUM .74 5.9 ...q 14.05 12.41 22 12.55 -5.4NuvMNMu NMS .80 5.9 ...q 17.00 13.49 2 13.63 -7.3NuvMtgOp JLS 1.52 6.5 ...q 26.33 23.16 24 23.47 -4.9NuMtgOp2 JMT 1.53 6.7 ...q 25.40 22.21 12 22.72 -4.3NuvMultM JMM .48 6.8 ...q 7.77 6.60 24 7.05 -7.5NvMuI NMI .50a 4.5 ...q 12.87 10.77 8 11.12 -3.9NuvMuVal NUV .39a 4.2 ...q 10.46 9.32 542 9.39 -7.3tNv AMT-Fr NUW .78a 5.0 ...q 18.59 15.60 44 15.56 -9.8NuvNJDiv NXJ .82a 6.3 ...q 14.04 12.86 89 12.98 -5.2NuvNJMV NJV .59a 4.2 ...q 15.45 14.55 14.14 -1.7NNYDvA NAN .80a 6.4 ...q 14.57 12.39 83 12.47 -9.8NNYMV NNY .39a 4.2 ...q 10.65 9.03 14 9.28 -2.3NuvNYSel NXN .55 4.3 ...q 14.37 12.58 8 12.73 -6.6tNNCPI NNC .59a 4.9 ...q 13.67 12.08 33 12.06 -6.5NOHQI NUO .80 5.9 ...q 15.46 13.48 101 13.62 -7.0NvPA NQP .81a 6.5 ...q 13.78 12.34 75 12.43 -5.5NuvPaMV NPN .62a 4.2 ...q 16.81 14.85 14.77 -1.5NuvPf&Inc JPI 1.95a 8.1 ...q 25.61 23.00 37 23.97 -3.2NvPfdInco JPC .80 8.2 ...q 10.75 9.60 180 9.75 -5.7NuvQPf2 JPS .70 7.5 ...q 10.47 9.24 261 9.34 -8.4NuvREAst JRI 1.49a 9.2 ...q 19.00 15.75 78 16.20 -9.0NuvEqtP BXMX 1.00 7.0 ...q 14.54 13.00 141 14.13 -.8NEqPrmG SPXX 1.04 5.7 ...q 19.00 14.92 56 18.33 +5.9NvSMM NIM .31a 3.2 ...q 10.55 9.49 20 9.65 -3.1NSTFI NXP .55a 3.9 ...q 15.16 13.85 41 14.01 -4.2NSTFI2 NXQ .53a 4.0 ...q 14.33 13.28 14 13.51 -3.1NSTFI3 NXR .55a 3.8 ...q 15.69 14.04 5 14.41 -5.1NuvSnIn NSL .42 6.5 ...q 6.98 6.28 121 6.47 -.6NuShDCrd JSD 1.16a 6.9 ...q 18.12 16.45 24 16.87 +1.4Nv TA Div JTD 1.23 7.3 ...q 18.44 15.66 15 16.98 -3.4NvTxATR JTA 1.04 7.6 ...q 14.69 12.50 17 13.60 -2.5NTXQI NTX .65 5.1 ...q 14.94 12.42 13 12.94 -9.8NVAPI NPV .65a 5.4 ...q 13.46 12.08 11 12.16 -5.1NuverEnv n NES ... ... ... 26.50 9.25 10 16.75 -7.9O -sOCI Ptrs OCIP .70e 6.9 29 10.20 6.76 20 10.20 +26.7sOFG Bncp OFG .24 1.7 11 14.35 7.80 313 14.25 +51.6OFG pfA OFGpA 1.78 7.4 ... 25.70 21.39 7 23.97 -.6OFG pfB OFGpB 1.75 7.5 ... 24.78 20.77 8 23.38 +6.0OFG pfD OFGpD 1.78 7.4 ... 25.24 21.29 7 24.14 +7.6OGE Engy OGE 1.33 4.0 18 37.32 29.59 1882 33.61 +2.1OM AsstM OMAM .32 2.1 16 18.62 13.20 15.35 -8.4ONEGas OGS 1.84 2.6 21 79.51 62.20 162 70.35 -4.0OaktreeC OAK 3.59e 9.1 11 48.50 38.80 320 39.50 -6.2OasisMid n OMP 1.57 8.7 ... 19.65 15.57 64 18.01 +3.3sOasisPet OAS ... ... ...dd 12.16 6.69 9931 12.31 +46.4Obsidian g OBE ... ... ... 1.63 .82 1003 1.17 -5.6OcciPet OXY 3.08 3.7 ...cc 86.14 57.84 4364 84.26 +14.4Oceaneerg OII .60 2.5 ...cc 27.55 17.11 902 23.87 +12.9Och-Ziff OZM .87e 42.2 23 3.95 1.91 339 2.06 -17.6OcwenFn OCN ... ... ...dd 4.84 2.46 600 4.60 +47.0Oi SA C OIBR/C ... ... ... 9.71 4.76 38 5.86 +4.1OilStates OIS ... ... ...dd 38.95 20.23 607 36.80 +30.0Oil-Dri ODC .92f 2.4 19 50.82 33.61 10 37.60 -9.4OldRepub ORI .78 3.7 18 22.34 17.92 1175 20.83 -2.6Olin OLN .80 2.4 10 38.84 27.79 1804 33.18 -6.7Om Asst 31 OMAA 1.28 5.3 ... 25.09 22.66 24.13 -3.2OmegaHlt OHI 2.64 9.2 10 34.84 24.90 2175 28.60 +3.8Omnicom OMC 2.40 3.2 16 85.44 65.32 1430 74.79 +2.7Omnova OMN ... ... ...dd 11.90 8.10 375 10.05 +.5OnAssign ASGN ... ... 31 86.13 44.66 81.88 +27.4OnDeckCap ONDK ... ... ...dd 6.36 3.43 217 5.91 +3.0OncoCyte n OCX ... ... ... 7.85 1.10 15 2.45 -47.3OneLibrty OLP 1.80 7.3 13 27.70 21.02 34 24.63 -5.0OneSmart n ONE ... ... ... 11.86 8.56 119 10.71 -1.8OneMain OMF ... ... 16 36.32 22.10 408 34.41 +32.4ONEOK OKE 3.18f 4.8 49 66.83 47.14 2137 66.65 +24.7Ooma n OOMA ... ... ...dd 12.75 7.30 36 11.20 -6.3OppLgCap RWL .72e 1.4 ...q 55.31 45.65 55 51.31 -.2Opp RUT n OMFS ... ... ... 26.75 24.71 26.50 +1.5OppMidCap RWK .59e .7 ...q 64.10 53.65 12 60.84 +.2OppSmCap RWJ .59e .8 ...q 73.30 60.34 12 71.75 +2.7OppUltDiv RDIV 1.15e 3.1 ...q 37.95 32.12 71 36.78 +.5OpR1000V n OVLU ... ... ... 27.53 25.07 25.54 -4.0OpR1000L n OVOL ... ... ... 26.19 24.80 25.34 -2.3OpR1000S n OSIZ ... ... ... 27.42 25.05 25.82 -1.6OpR1000Y n OYLD ... ... ... 26.20 24.36 25.43 -3.0Op R1000D n OMFL ... ... ... 27.47 24.74 1 26.29 +.7OpIntRev n REFA ... ... ... 30.89 25.65 28.40 +2.0OpGlbRv n RGLB ... ... ... 30.09 25.62 27.99 +.4Opp Rev n ESGL ... ... ... 33.09 27.88 30.64 -1.4OppGlRv n ESGF ... ... ... 33.63 28.24 0 31.42 +.1OppenFin RWW .58e .8 ...q 74.63 57.67 1 68.26 -1.1OpEMRev n REEM ... ... ... 30.65 25.82 1 27.96 +.6OppenHldg OPY .44 1.5 ...dd 29.10 15.35 49 28.95 +8.0Oracle ORCL .76 1.6 57 53.48 43.74 9322 46.73 -1.2Oragenics rs OGEN ... ... ... 6.80 .60 Orange ORAN .41e 2.4 ... 18.57 15.82 284 17.23 -1.0OrbitATK OA 1.28 1.0 23 134.59 95.84 190 133.28 +1.4OrchidIsl ORC 1.08e 15.0 38 10.52 6.77 492 7.21 -22.3OrchidsPP TIS 1.40 26.7 8 15.74 5.05 70 5.25 -59.0OrientPap ONP ... ... 3 2.45 .75 8 1.15 -10.9OrionECarb OEC .72 ... ... 30.25 17.15 212 27.55 +7.6OrionGpHl ORN ... ... ...dd 8.38 5.17 90 7.30 -6.8Orix IX ... ... ... 100.03 77.52 24 89.10 +5.1tOrmatTc ORA .49 .9 31 70.68 51.63 524 52.35 -18.2OshRusS n OUSM ... ... ... 27.78 24.76 148 26.94 -.4OshIntQ n ONTL ... ... ... 29.06 25.73 1 27.06 -2.1OshkoshCp OSK .96 1.3 17 100.26 62.87 418 75.57 -16.9OsiskoGl n OR .20 ... ... 14.39 9.31 444 10.15 -12.2OutfrontM OUT 1.44 7.2 11 25.30 17.75 576 19.91 -14.2OversSh wi OSG/WI ... ... ... 2.75 OverSh rs OSG ... ... ... 4.08 1.67 473 3.50 +27.7OwensMin OMI 1.04 6.3 10 32.76 14.26 657 16.60 -12.1OwensCorn OC .84 1.3 20 96.52 60.62 1651 64.79 -29.5OwensIll OI ... ... 14 25.90 17.95 1450 18.58 -16.2OwensRM ORM .80f 5.0 11 18.72 13.71 18 16.02 +.1OxfordInds OXM 1.36f 1.7 20 84.32 52.62 108 80.56 +7.1P-QsPBF Engy PBF 1.20 2.9 13 42.26 18.48 1555 42.09 +18.7PBF Logist PBFX 1.96f 10.0 10 22.30 17.75 60 19.60 -6.4PCM Fund PCM .96 8.4 ...q 12.13 10.15 36 11.46 -1.0PG&E Cp PCG 2.12f 5.0 7 71.57 37.30 4746 42.58 -5.0PGT Inc PGTI ... ... 24 19.60 11.15 425 18.65 +10.7PHH Corp PHH ... ... ...dd 15.00 8.01 122 10.75 +4.4PIMCO1-3Tr TUZ .34a .7 ...q 50.80 49.84 3 49.86 -.9Pimc1-5Tip STPZ .53e 1.0 ...q 52.53 51.49 41 51.53 -.8Pim15TIPS LTPZ .42e .6 ...q 69.37 64.23 16 65.10 -6.0PimBrdTIPS TIPZ .80e 1.4 ...q 61.03 56.74 10 56.75 -2.5PimLwDur LDUR 2.82e 2.0 ...q 101.52 99.30 20 99.71 -.6tPimcoTR BOND 6.13e 6.0 ...q 107.65 102.18 93 102.11 -3.7Pim0-5HYCp HYS 5.21e 5.2 ...q 101.95 97.52 691 99.84 -.6PimIGBd CORP 3.12a 3.1 ...q 106.25 99.57 41 99.76 -5.6PimShMat MINT .82e .8 ...q 101.87 101.39 1647 101.49 -.1PimIntMu MUNI 1.26 2.4 ...q 54.58 52.31 15 52.58 -2.0PimSTMun SMMU .47e .9 ...q 50.80 49.50 11 49.56 -.6Pim25yrZro ZROZ 3.07e 2.8 ...q 124.10 106.57 2 108.02 -11.0PJT Part n PJT .20 .4 ...dd 55.99 35.47 67 54.33 +19.1tPLDT Inc PHI 1.60e 6.1 ... 38.54 25.52 79 26.29 -12.6PNC pfP PNCpP 1.65 6.1 ... 30.06 26.65 72 27.00 -4.6PNC pfQ PNCpQ 1.34 5.4 ... 25.79 24.15 17 24.92 -1.7PNC PNC 3.00 2.0 14 163.59 116.63 1323 149.95 +3.9PNC wt PNC/WS ... ... ... 89.25 49.95 88.25 +13.5PNM Res PNM 1.06 2.8 19 46.00 33.75 450 37.95 -6.2POSCO PKX ... ... ... 93.12 58.50 161 85.94 +10.0PPDAI n PPDF ... ... ...dd 13.68 6.39 1101 8.35 +17.4PPG s PPG 1.80 1.7 17 122.07 100.36 2077 103.50 -11.4PPG wd PPG/WD ... ... ... 138.47 PPL Cap 73 PPX 1.48 5.9 ... 26.75 24.83 10 25.05 -2.1tPPL Corp PPL 1.64 6.1 12 40.20 27.08 8033 27.01 -12.7PQ GrpH n PQG ... ... 30 17.65 12.88 203 14.50 -11.9PS BusPk PSB 3.40 2.9 30 137.60 107.91 104 116.97 -6.5PSBPk pfU PSBpU 1.44 5.9 ... 25.99 24.36 11 24.57 -2.7 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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PSBPk pfV PSBpV 1.42 5.9 ... 26.65 24.06 4 24.37 -3.7tPS BusP pfY PSBpY ... ... ... 24.78 22.10 29 22.14 -10.0PS BusP pfX PSBpX 1.31 5.7 ... 25.50 22.32 20 22.87 -9.5PS BsPk pfW PSBpW ... ... ... 25.77 22.23 20 22.71 -10.1PVH Corp PVH .15 .1 20 163.78 100.37 758 155.21 +13.1PcrTrnd750 PTLC ... ... ...q 30.73 25.55 197 29.26 +2.2PcrTrnd450 PTMC ... ... ...q 32.86 27.62 48 31.93 +2.6PcrTrnd100 PTNQ ... ... ...q 33.90 26.38 53 32.77 +8.3PacrCash n GCOW ... ... ... 34.59 29.33 20 31.15 -1.1PacrTrendp PTEU ... ... ... 33.39 28.11 47 29.55 -3.7Pacr Wlth n PWS ... ... ... 27.67 23.99 14 26.25 +4.0sPac Cash n CALF ... ... ... 27.62 22.60 7 28.00 +7.3PacDvCsh n ICOW ... ... ... 31.03 25.13 11 29.52 +.6PacCashCow COWZ ... ... ... 28.80 PacifCstOil ROYT .15e 6.3 6 2.75 1.36 121 2.32 +19.6PacDrill rs PACD ... ... ...dd 2.16 .37 .38 PacGE pfA PCGpA 1.50 6.0 ... 33.49 21.19 6 25.01 -11.3PacGE pfB PCGpB 1.37 6.0 ... 33.00 22.05 2 23.00 -11.0PacGE pfC PCGpC 1.25 6.1 ... 29.01 20.60 20.60 -16.2PacGE pfD PCGpD 1.25 6.0 ... 26.95 20.01 4 20.71 -14.2PacGE pfE PCGpE 1.25 6.0 ... 29.48 20.30 1 20.90 -15.2PacGE pfG PCGpG 1.20 6.1 ... 32.05 19.11 0 19.70 -19.8PacGE pfH PCGpH 1.12 5.9 ... 29.54 18.65 3 19.21 -16.7tPacGE pfI PCGpI 1.09 5.7 ... 26.84 19.06 1 19.00 -15.7Pacif pf PPWp 5.00 5.0 ... 100.26 PackAmer PKG 3.16f 2.7 19 131.13 99.23 811 119.04 -1.3Pagsegur n PAGS ... ... ... 39.97 30.32 1043 32.55 +2.7PalatinTch PTN ... ... ...dd 1.59 .34 1576 1.25 +45.5PaloAltNet PANW ... ... ...dd 207.94 115.01 813 199.78 +37.8PampaEng PAM ... ... ... 72.98 46.25 540 54.00 -19.7Pandora P ... ... ...dd 9.98 4.09 9783 7.62 +58.1PanhO&G PHX .16 .8 ...cc 25.30 17.65 20 21.15 +2.9ParPetr rt PARR/r ... ... ... .06 ParPetrol PARR ... ... 56 21.94 15.90 17.87 -7.3ParTech PAR ... ... 35 16.45 7.31 42 14.29 +52.8ParaGold n PZG ... ... 4 1.80 1.16 17 1.48 +13.8ParamtGp PGRE .40f 2.8 ... 16.79 13.70 1643 14.47 -8.7Paretem rs TEUM ... ... ...dd 3.59 .50 1136 2.46 +18.8ParkEl PKE .40 2.0 46 20.50 13.88 77 19.98 +17.2ParkHot n PK 2.20f 7.2 ... 30.84 23.91 2503 30.38 +5.7ParkNatl PRK 3.84f 3.4 18 116.75 92.42 28 114.22 +9.8ParkDrl PKD ... ... ...dd 1.60 .49 392 .58 -42.1ParkerHan PH 3.04f 1.7 22 212.80 152.01 941 176.87 -11.4ParsleyEn PE ... ... 53 33.43 21.12 3026 31.88 +8.3PartRe pfF PREpF 1.47 5.8 ... 26.24 24.70 4 25.18 -1.6PartRe pfG PREpG 1.63 6.2 ... 27.59 25.81 9 26.27 -2.1PartRe pfH PREpH 1.81 6.5 ... 30.82 26.81 30 27.65 -3.6PartRe pfI PREpI 1.47 5.8 ... 27.08 24.91 3 25.25 -3.9PartyCity n PRTY ... ... 14 17.00 9.50 6887 14.60 +4.7PaycomSft PAYC ... ... 96 118.45 62.17 869 101.67 +26.6PeabodyE n BTU .60 1.5 ... 41.98 22.58 1638 41.31 +4.9PeabEn pfA BTUp 2.13 ... ... Pearson PSO .80e 6.5 ... 12.51 7.62 283 12.28 +25.1Pebblebrk PEB 1.52 4.0 22 39.74 30.15 576 38.06 +2.4Pebble pfC PEBpC 1.63 6.6 ... 26.05 23.93 9 24.48 -3.1Pebbleb pfD PEBpD 2.09 8.6 ... 26.43 24.11 24.32 -5.6Pedevco rs PED ... ... ... 1.15 .26 23 .32 +.3Pembina g PBA 1.50 ... 26 36.99 29.28 493 34.64 -4.3PengthE g PGH .04 ... ...dd 1.23 .54 245 .83 +5.0Penney JCP ... ... 8 5.63 2.35 40798 3.07 -2.8PennaRE PEI .84 8.7 13 13.02 8.86 739 9.68 -18.6PenRE pfB PEIpB 1.84 8.2 ... 25.77 20.21 13 22.43 -10.9PenRE pfC PEIpC 1.80 8.4 ... 26.98 19.44 12 21.31 -17.7PenRE pfD PEIpD 1.72 8.4 ... 25.83 19.01 11 20.57 -18.1PennyMFn PFSI ... ... 6 25.20 16.00 148 20.40 -8.7sPennyMac PMT 1.88 10.2 19 18.55 14.87 558 18.51 +15.2Penny pfA PMTpA 2.03 7.9 ... 25.84 23.11 4 25.58 +1.4PennyM pfB PMTpB ... ... ... 25.45 23.68 8 25.15 -.1Penske PAG 1.40f 2.9 12 54.83 38.33 483 48.49 +1.3Pentair PNR .70 1.5 14 74.84 43.51 1813 45.62 -35.4Penumbra n PEN ... ... ...dd 155.50 77.75 273 153.85 +63.5PerfFood n PFGC ... ... 24 36.25 25.40 464 35.00 +5.7PerkElm PKI .28 .4 28 84.49 61.78 662 73.79 +.9PermRck n PRT ... ... ... 16.69 15.00 78 15.75 +1.6Prmian PBT .56e 5.6 28 10.30 7.80 95 9.97 +12.4Perrigo PRGO .76 1.0 ...dd 95.93 63.68 743 75.68 -13.2PetChina PTR .70e .9 ... 82.33 60.69 203 78.06 +11.6PetroArg PZE .07e ... ... 14.80 9.34 35 11.20 -17.6sPetrbrsA PBR/A ... ... ... 14.96 6.96 9852 14.89 +51.5sPetrobras PBR ... ... ... 16.94 7.61 20436 17.14 +66.6Pfenex PFNX ... ... ...dd 8.42 2.07 287 7.35 +176.3Pzer PFE 1.36 3.8 14 39.43 31.67 13344 35.68 -1.5Pzer wd PFE/WD ... ... ... 28.25 PhlpsSelEn DSE 1.26 21.5 ... 7.74 4.89 152 5.85 PhilaEn n PESC ... ... ... PhilipMor PM 4.28 5.3 21 123.55 79.40 6017 80.89 -23.4PhilipsNV PHG .88e 2.1 ... 43.24 34.99 567 42.37 +12.1Phillips66 PSX 3.20f 2.7 27 119.16 75.85 2031 118.16 +16.8Phill66LP PSXP 2.71f 5.4 19 56.48 44.40 217 50.57 -3.4PhoenixCo n PFX ... ... ... PhxNMda FENG ... ... 93 8.14 2.43 1960 5.55 -14.5PhysRltTr DOC .92f 6.3 38 21.85 14.13 1616 14.59 -17.8PiedmOfc PDM .84 4.7 8 21.80 16.69 825 18.01 -8.2Pier 1 PIR .28 12.4 12 5.92 2.15 1295 2.25 -45.7PimUS Eq n MFUS ... ... ... 29.49 25.01 3 28.17 +2.0Pim IntEq n MFDX ... ... ... 28.41 25.32 1 27.05 +1.2PimEmMkt MFEM ... ... ... 28.32 24.30 5 26.01 -.6PimcoCA PCQ .92 5.8 ...q 17.89 14.43 38 15.80 -8.5PimcoCA2 PCK .65 7.9 ...q 10.42 8.01 62 8.13 -20.0PimcCA3 PZC .72 7.2 ...q 12.97 9.55 23 9.95 -4.7PimcoCp&I PCN 1.35 7.9 ...q 17.95 15.84 99 17.10 -.6PimCpOp PTY 1.56a 8.7 ...q 18.29 15.86 216 17.94 +9.0PimDyCrd PCI 1.97 8.6 ...q 23.53 21.61 379 22.93 +2.2PimDyInco PDI 2.65a 8.6 ...q 31.61 28.60 206 30.77 +2.4PimcIncStr PFL 1.08 9.0 ...q 12.44 11.15 62 11.96 +2.4PimIncStr2 PFN .96 9.1 ...q 10.89 10.00 86 10.57 +1.3PimStPls PGP 2.20 15.9 ...q 19.85 12.37 153 13.85 -9.9PimcoHiI PHK 1.24 15.4 ...q 8.96 7.19 506 8.03 +7.6PimIncOpp PKO 2.28a 8.4 ...q 27.85 24.50 217 27.02 +4.3PimcoMuni PMF .98 7.5 ...q 14.23 12.29 123 12.92 -.6PimcoMu2 PML .78 6.1 ...q 13.56 11.80 162 12.76 -3.2PimcMu3 PMX .75 6.7 ...q 12.28 10.76 53 11.38 -1.7PimcoNY PNF .68 5.8 ...q 13.63 11.26 17 11.67 -8.7PimcoNY2 PNI .80 7.6 ...q 12.51 10.42 33 10.48 -12.7tPimcNY3 PYN .63 7.4 ...q 10.27 8.55 45 8.53 -14.0PimcoStrIn RCS .96 10.1 ...q 10.65 8.62 75 9.50 +3.5PinnaclFds PF 1.30 2.0 13 66.67 52.25 732 63.48 +6.7PinWst PNW 2.78 3.6 18 92.42 73.81 663 76.95 -9.7tPionDvrsHi HNW 1.38 9.4 ...q 16.86 14.70 40 14.68 -6.8sPionEnSvc PES ... ... ...dd 5.40 1.60 1209 5.65 +85.2PionFltRt PHD .72 6.3 ...q 12.22 11.27 71 11.38 -.8PionHiIn PHT 1.14 12.1 ...q 10.12 9.29 69 9.43 -2.9PioMuAdv MAV .84 7.6 ...q 11.88 10.50 47 11.00 -3.3PioMunHi MHI .84 7.4 ...q 12.35 11.10 107 11.31 -4.6sPioNtrl PXD .32f .2 ...cc 205.08 125.46 1013 206.08 +19.2PiperJaf PJC 1.50f 2.0 13 99.80 52.75 134 76.10 -11.8PitnyBw PBI .75 8.1 6 16.13 8.30 1764 9.21 -17.6PitnyBw 43 PBIpB 1.67 6.9 ... 26.96 21.46 38 24.25 -.6PivotSft n PVTL ... ... ... 19.62 15.11 875 18.66 +18.6PlainsAAP PAA 1.95 8.0 32 28.42 18.38 1406 24.43 +18.4PlainsGP rs PAGP 1.70 ... 40 28.77 18.98 1130 24.62 +12.2PlanetFit n PLNT ... ... 2 41.67 20.60 782 40.75 +17.7sPlantron PLT .60 .9 22 67.93 41.28 308 68.57 +36.1PlatfmSpc PAH ... ... 15 14.82 9.09 5279 11.15 +12.4PlatGpM rs PLG ... ... 1 1.23 .13 973 .13 -57.6PlayAGS n AGS ... ... ... 24.04 16.66 241 22.64 +22.4PlymInd n PLYM 1.50 8.4 ...dd 19.00 16.20 7 17.91 -3.1PlymInd pfA PLYMpA 1.88 7.6 ... 26.07 23.68 3 24.60 -2.2PolarStarR PSRT ... ... ... Polaris PII 2.40 2.2 29 137.66 82.77 428 109.88 -11.4PolyMet g PLM ... ... ...dd 1.36 .57 97 .80 -7.0PolyOne POL .70f 1.6 20 47.48 34.15 248 43.44 -.1PortGE POR 1.45f 3.6 19 50.11 39.02 365 40.21 -11.8PostHldg POST ... ... 47 88.93 70.66 436 76.95 -2.9PowrREIT PW ... ... ...dd 8.69 5.50 4 6.07 -1.4PwREIT pfA PWpA ... ... ... 26.55 25.02 25.50 -.4PS AlphaQ PQY ... ... ...q PSActUSRE PSR 2.33e 2.0 ...q 83.71 72.60 1 76.50 -6.8PS SPXDn PHDG .41e 1.3 ... 34.48 24.96 9 28.31 +3.7PS GrMult PSMG ... ... ... 14.48 12.82 1 13.95 +.9PS BalMul PSMB ... ... ... 13.94 12.78 13.39 -.6PS ModCon PSMM ... ... ... 14.45 12.79 13.10 -.2PS Consrv PSMC ... ... ... 12.98 12.60 12.74 -.9tPSCrudeDS DTO ... ... ...q 173.13 59.30 1 58.80 -33.7PwSBMetS BOS ... ... ...q 20.70 13.07 17.00 -14.1PSBMetDL BDD ... ... ...q 11.60 6.21 9.50 -9.8PSBMetDS BOM ... ... ...q 13.14 4.24 7.61 +2.5PSCrudeLg OLO ... ... ...q 6.41 3.71 1 6.36 +24.8PSCrudeSh SZO ... ... ...q 100.57 57.13 57.13 -25.5sPwshDB DBC ... ... ...q 18.07 13.69 2955 18.12 +9.1PwShCurH DBV ... ... ...q 24.90 21.17 2 24.22 +2.2sPS Engy DBE ... ... ...q 17.06 10.78 65 17.11 +17.8PS PrcMet DBP ... ... ...q 40.26 35.71 3 37.75 -1.9PS Silver DBS ... ... ...q 27.91 23.50 0 24.90 -4.3PS Agri DBA ... ... ...q 20.37 18.18 156 18.77 +.1PS Oil DBO ... ... ...q 12.56 7.40 176 12.56 +23.7PS Gold DGL ... ... ...q 43.28 38.49 8 40.77 -1.4PS BasMet DBB ... ... ...q 19.94 15.29 87 18.76 -3.3PS USDBull UUP ... ... ...q 25.29 23.09 2209 24.56 +2.2PS USDBear UDN ... ... ...q 23.27 21.32 43 21.97 -1.8PShPuLgGr PXLG .42e .8 ...q 50.50 38.93 28 49.21 +8.3PShPuLVal PXLV .76e 2.0 ...q 40.74 35.41 5 38.66 -.2PSAerDef PPA .50e .9 ...q 59.40 45.19 93 56.36 +4.6PwShBio PBE .57e 1.1 ...q 54.28 41.36 11 51.29 +8.8PS BldCns PKB .07e .2 ...q 36.44 28.22 36 30.35 -12.5sPwSClnEn PBW .07e .3 ...q 26.85 4.07 47 26.90 +6.1sPS EnEx PXE .50e 1.9 ...q 25.90 17.35 16 25.97 +13.4PwSFoodBv PBJ .41e 1.3 ...q 34.97 30.89 2 32.80 -3.1PwSLgCG PWB .21e .5 ...q 45.22 35.31 34 44.65 +7.6PwSLgCV PWV .69e 1.9 ...q 40.51 34.88 89 36.67 -5.5PwShLeis PEJ .15e .3 ...q 46.77 39.50 6 46.07 +4.3PowShMkt PWC .97e 1.0 ...q 103.21 84.32 1 100.50 +5.5PwShMda PBS .27e .9 ...q 31.86 26.74 1 30.11 +7.1PwSMidGr PXMG .19e .4 ...q 48.71 35.66 21 48.05 +13.2PwSMidVal PXMV .64e 2.1 ...q 32.07 28.87 1 31.01 -.9PwShNetw PXQ ... ... ...q 52.75 42.37 18 51.96 +12.3PS OilSv PXJ .28e 2.7 ...q 10.69 7.99 33 10.44 +9.4PwSPharm PJP 3.84e 4.2 ...q 71.42 57.93 35 64.59 +.7PS Retail PMR .34e .9 ...q 40.82 32.00 36.83 -1.0PwSSmGr PXSG .08e .2 ...q 35.61 27.86 15 35.48 +10.4PwSSmVal PXSV .60e 1.9 ...q 32.10 27.39 2 31.50 +2.3PwSSemi PSI .04e .1 ...q 58.15 41.22 34 54.32 +7.6PwShSoft PSJ .10e .1 ...q 75.90 54.75 13 74.09 +16.7PSS&PQlty SPHQ .38e 1.3 ...q 32.41 27.54 141 30.40 -.2PwSZMicro PZI .15e .7 ...q 20.00 17.23 2 20.00 +3.4PSWHPrgE PUW .17e .7 ...q 28.11 24.08 25.51 -5.6PSPrivEq PSP .66e 5.4 ...q 13.52 11.71 655 12.31 -1.1PSFinPf PGF 1.11 6.1 ...q 19.17 18.01 206 18.29 -3.1PSCleantch PZD .44e 1.0 ...q 45.28 38.08 8 44.32 +4.8PSR2KEqW EQWS .41e .9 ...q 45.14 37.76 0 44.54 +2.6PSRslMdC EQWM .49e 1.0 ...q 50.09 42.99 48.34 +1.3PSRussl200 EQWL .80e 1.5 ...q 56.31 46.82 4 53.24 +.4PS US1K PRF 1.91e 1.7 ...q 120.82 102.03 73 113.79 +.2PS EmgInf PXR .50e 1.3 ...q 41.00 33.63 1 37.59 +1.3tPS US Ag n PBND ... ... ... 25.01 24.07 0 24.06 -3.8PS Dv exNA PBDM ... ... ... 27.90 25.06 25.92 -.4sPS USA SC n PBSM ... ... ... 27.66 24.80 0 27.92 +5.0PS USA Pt n PBUS ... ... ... 28.95 25.70 27.14 +1.6PS SP500 n SPMV ... ... ... 28.51 25.24 27.22 -1.1PS Rs1000 n USEQ ... ... ... 29.01 24.69 1 27.55 -.2PS SP SC n XSHQ ... ... ... 28.90 24.10 1 28.50 +5.6PS SP Val n SPVM ... ... ... 30.41 25.05 0 28.65 -.9 PS SP IntD IDHD ... ... ... 30.80 27.75 1 29.07 +.5PS SC High XSHD ... ... ... 26.03 23.12 1 24.56 -2.4PS TrCol n CLTL ... ... ... 106.03 105.27 105.85 +.5PS LowVRot DWLV ... ... ... 33.00 27.33 6 32.41 +4.1PSBldABd BAB 1.31 4.4 ...q 30.98 29.34 44 29.44 -4.1PS LowVol XRLV .46 1.3 ...q 36.20 29.82 35 34.15 +.6PSR1KEqW EQAL .39e 1.2 ...q 32.78 27.97 21 31.54 +1.1PS VarPfd VRP 1.20 4.8 ...q 26.49 24.86 364 24.98 -2.7PS SCLowV XSLV .73e 1.6 ...q 48.33 42.32 117 46.56 +.7PS MCLwV XMLV .64e 1.4 ...q 46.85 42.05 94 45.67 +.6PS SPX HiD SPHD 1.30 3.2 ... 43.25 38.14 415 39.98 -5.8PS EMLwV EELV .60e 2.3 ...q 27.59 23.61 49 25.96 +2.5PS EMkMom EEMO ... ... ... 22.52 17.03 7 20.29 -1.1PSS&PMom SPMO ... ... ...q 38.04 28.86 5 36.96 +7.4PS IntLwV IDLV 1.11e 3.3 ...q 35.35 31.82 49 33.41 -.7PSS&PVal SPVU ... ... ...q 37.53 30.64 2 34.78 +.1PSSPIntDv IDMO .59e 2.1 ...q 30.54 24.48 28.75 +2.1PSShTHYB PGHY 1.08 4.6 ...q 24.53 23.19 56 23.62 -.9PS YuanDS DSUM .77 3.2 ...q 24.73 22.07 27 24.33 +5.2tPS FdIGBd PFIG .67 2.7 ...q 26.70 24.56 17 24.56 -3.9PS SrLoan BKLN 1.01 4.8 ...q 23.32 22.96 3468 23.09 +.2PS SP LwV SPLV .85 1.8 ...q 49.36 43.88 723 46.51 -2.6PS SP HiB SPHB .49e 1.1 ...q 46.04 36.07 71 44.34 +4.4PS IntlBd PICB .57 2.1 ...q 28.77 25.77 19 26.56 -3.7PS CEFInc PCEF 1.91 8.3 ...q 24.24 22.35 51 23.10 -3.3PSVrdoTF PVI ... ... ...q 26.18 24.51 8 24.94 +.1PShCalMu PWZ .80 3.1 ... 26.50 25.41 19 25.72 -2.5PShNYMu PZT .86 3.6 ... 24.80 23.71 4 23.93 -3.0PShNatMu PZA .87 3.5 ... 25.90 24.84 218 25.04 -3.0PSHYCpBd PHB .84 4.5 ...q 19.14 18.34 496 18.44 -2.7PwShPfd PGX .86 6.0 ...q 15.20 14.10 1253 14.40 -3.1PShEMSov PCY 1.50 5.5 ... 30.23 26.69 1399 27.10 -8.3PShGClnEn PBD .17e 1.3 ...q 13.78 11.53 10 12.96 -1.4PSEmgMkt PXH .49e 2.2 ...q 25.32 19.49 1811 22.76 +1.9PSDvMxUSs PDN .53e 1.5 ...q 36.59 30.66 16 35.13 +2.1PSDvxUS PXF 1.11e 2.4 ...q 48.75 41.18 31 46.08 +1.5PShIntlDev IDHQ .33e 1.4 ...q 25.51 22.10 3 24.33 +.6PSAsxJ PAF 1.91e 3.3 ...q 62.67 53.79 2 58.67 -.4PSIndia PIN .12e .5 ...q 27.95 22.54 49 24.83 -5.9PSS&PBW PBP 1.07e 3.4 ...q 23.00 19.67 47 21.66 +1.0Praxair PX 3.30 2.1 36 166.95 127.36 1266 159.00 +2.8PrecDrill PDS .28 ... ...dd 4.00 2.26 2258 3.91 +29.5PfdAptCm APTS 1.02f 7.2 ...dd 22.71 13.60 300 14.10 -30.4Prestige rs PBH ... ... 3 269.50 27.84 1594 35.19 -20.8Pretium g PVG ... ... ... 12.44 6.17 1852 6.99 -38.7Primerica PRI 1.00 1.0 12 108.05 70.00 221 95.35 -6.1PrinEdgAIn YLD .75e ... ...q 42.10 39.36 0 40.28 -2.4PrinActGl GDVD ... ... ... 29.52 25.15 28.08 +.3Prin Cont n PVAL ... ... ... 26.97 25.45 25.51 +.1Prn MegC n USMC ... ... ... 28.10 24.58 3 25.94 -1.2PrinSpec n PREF ... ... ... 101.70 95.90 1 96.24 -4.1PrincREstI PGZ 1.32m 7.8 ...q 19.52 16.21 29 16.92 -1.6PrinEq n PEM ... ... ... tProAssur PRA 1.24a 3.1 22 63.45 39.90 367 39.85 -30.3ProLogis PLD 1.92 3.0 24 67.53 55.17 2875 63.40 -1.7ProPetr n PUMP ... ... ... 22.88 10.84 1661 19.43 -3.6ProShtDow DOG ... ... ...q 17.87 13.89 1063 14.73 -1.4ProShtMC MYY ... ... ...q 12.71 10.71 6 10.90 -2.7PrUltDow s DDM .79e .6 ...q 152.41 93.60 120 130.53 -1.2ProUltMC MVV .11e .1 ...q 136.15 96.87 129 127.18 +3.4PrUltQQQ s QLD ... ... ...q 91.48 56.21 1257 84.07 +14.6ProUltSP s SSO .40e .4 ...q 125.72 86.72 1518 111.81 +2.2PrUShCnG SZK ... ... ...q 17.35 12.80 0 16.51 +21.4ProShtHY SJB ... ... ...q 23.91 22.91 42 23.23 +.5ProUShBM SMN ... ... ...q 18.74 11.73 10 12.57 -4.8Pro20 yrT UBT 1.13e 1.6 ...q 86.90 70.45 5 70.74 -15.4tPro7-10yrT UST .42e .8 ...q 60.83 52.08 443 51.95 -9.5ProSShOG DDG ... ... ...q 27.58 20.95 10 21.33 -7.2ProSShFn SEF ... ... ...q 13.70 10.90 2 11.37 -1.7ProLCCre s CSM .67e 1.0 ...q 71.46 59.01 24 68.02 +1.9ProUltTl s LTL ... ... ...q 56.39 35.57 2 37.00 -14.3ProHdgRep HDG ... ... ...q 46.26 43.93 27 45.72 +.9ProUltEM EET ... ... ...q 114.48 68.94 3 91.38 -2.7ProRaLS RALS .62e 1.7 ...q 38.35 36.43 1 36.70 -2.4sProUSL7-10T PST ... ... ...q 23.72 20.50 130 23.75 +10.2ProShtEafe EFZ ... ... ...q 28.00 23.78 1 24.99 -1.9ProShtEM EUM ... ... ...q 21.20 16.23 424 17.66 -1.6ProUltEafe EFO ... ... ...q 150.78 111.23 0 133.70 +.8ProUEurop UPV ... ... ...q 66.95 48.62 59.84 +2.1ProShtBM SBM ... ... ...q 21.23 16.90 0 17.42 -1.5ProUltSEM EEV ... ... ...q 11.76 6.82 50 7.96 -4.9ProUltRE s URE ... ... ...q 68.58 50.79 40 57.46 -12.9ProUltFin s UYG .51e .4 ...q 143.58 93.80 10 128.26 +.3ProShtRE REK ... ... ...q 17.94 15.62 1 16.77 +6.0ProShtChi50 YXI ... ... ...q 23.50 16.42 0 17.85 -7.2ProUltSem s USD ... ... ...q 162.32 77.16 9 143.66 +17.3ProUltUt s UPW ... ... ...q 54.09 37.86 1 41.77 -11.2PrUltTech s ROM ... ... ...q 111.39 63.94 34 104.07 +18.6ProUltJpn EZJ ... ... ...q 151.38 101.17 131.32 +.7ProUltO&G DIG .46e 1.0 ...q 46.10 28.35 33 45.19 +14.1ProUltInd s UXI ... ... ...q 83.64 54.98 0 70.53 -3.4PrUltHCr s RXL .63e .7 ...q 107.49 70.98 2 88.66 +.5ProUCnsSv s UCC ... ... ...q 99.90 64.24 0 87.07 +6.9PrUCnsGd s UGE ... ... ...q 52.04 37.81 2 39.09 -20.3ProUBasM UYM .15e .2 ...q 82.75 53.74 6 72.46 -2.1PrUlPR2K s URTY ... ... ...q 95.99 56.50 99 92.76 +12.7PUltM400 s UMDD .03e ... ...q 134.39 80.45 1 119.69 +2.4sProUltSC s SAA ... ... ...q 109.75 75.95 0 110.60 +9.8ProUPD30 s UDOW ... ... ...q 116.82 56.19 748 90.49 -4.0ProUlR2K s UWM ... ... ...q 78.13 54.70 316 77.33 +9.5ProSht20Tr TBF ... ... ...q 23.78 21.58 739 23.66 +8.2PUltSP500 s UPRO .21e .1 ...q 172.45 99.15 1147 141.78 +1.2ProUChin50 XPP ... ... ...q 113.86 59.43 9 89.46 +6.6PrUSSilv s ZSL ... ... ...q 40.09 27.80 108 33.45 +6.5PUVixST rs UVXY ... ... ...q 48.88 8.52 18358 11.96 +17.1ProVixST rs VIXY ... ... ...q 47.40 21.24 1115 29.57 +27.7PS ShCrd rs OILD ... ... ... 138.96 31.56 35.52 sPS Crde n OILU ... ... ... 60.98 14.90 199 61.38 +64.9sPrUCrude rs UCO ... ... ...q 33.29 12.36 3183 33.43 +42.6PrUltYen rs YCL ... ... ...q 65.77 56.16 58.65 +2.1PrSUltNG rs BOIL ... ... ...q 63.95 25.20 26.50 PVixMTFut VIXM ... ... ...q 30.12 19.88 9 22.64 +7.0PrUltSilv AGQ ... ... ...q 39.51 28.47 404 30.84 -8.9PrUltShN s KOLD ... ... ...q 52.12 26.59 38 41.88 +5.6ProUShGld GLL ... ... ...q 80.66 63.08 10 70.74 +2.4PrSUShAus CROC ... ... ...q 51.74 42.20 1 49.04 +7.3PrUltShYen YCS ... ... ...q 76.95 64.93 15 72.61 -3.2ProSUltGold UGL ... ... ...q 44.38 35.62 41 39.04 -4.0ProShtVx s SVXY ... ... ...q 139.47 9.53 8184 13.21 -89.7tPrUShCrd s SCO ... ... ...q 52.16 15.99 1851 15.93 -35.2ProShtEuro EUFX ... ... ...q 42.85 38.37 1 40.92 +2.3ProUltEuro ULE ... ... ...q 18.97 15.34 6 16.55 -5.2ProUShEuro EUO ... ... ...q 24.37 19.46 133 22.20 +4.7ProctGam PG 2.87f 3.9 19 94.67 70.73 8296 73.53 -20.0ProgsvCp PGR .69e 1.1 22 62.99 41.26 3132 61.61 +9.4ProsHldg PRO ... ... ...dd 34.91 21.36 124 33.66 +27.3ProShtQQQ PSQ ... ... ...q 40.94 31.45 665 32.32 -9.2ProShSP rs SH ... ... ...q 34.06 28.14 1092 29.35 -2.8PrUShSP rs SDS ... ... ...q 52.48 35.66 3063 38.28 -6.7PrUShDow DXD ... ... ...q 12.48 7.52 1150 8.30 -4.5PUShtMdC MZZ ... ... ...q 24.14 16.91 0 17.53 -6.5PUShtQQQ QID ... ... ...q 17.87 10.37 3616 10.83 -19.1tPrShRs2K rs SRTY ... ... ...q 50.00 26.10 323 25.99 -19.7PrUShD3 rs SDOW ... ... ...q 33.70 15.67 2135 17.84 -8.5PUltShtF rs FINZ ... ... ...q 15.50 6.47 2 7.22 -10.9PrSUlhGM rs GDXS ... ... ...q 18.19 12.07 0 14.47 +3.4ProUShL20 TBT ... ... ...q 39.86 32.99 2970 39.27 +16.3tPrShR2K rs RWM ... ... ...q 48.51 39.82 372 39.75 -6.0PrUShHC rs RXD ... ... ...q 36.46 24.68 1 28.63 -4.8PrUShCnS rs SCC ... ... ...q 30.80 20.44 0 21.28 -12.1PrUShRE rs SRS ... ... ...q 37.33 28.35 21 32.37 +10.7tPUShtR2K TWM ... ... ...q 23.16 15.29 1323 15.25 -12.7tPrUShtSC SDD ... ... ...q 21.14 13.80 0 13.71 -12.2PUShChi50 FXP ... ... ...q 25.79 12.37 37 14.30 -16.4PS DecRt n EMTY ... ... ... 38.59 31.27 7 33.50 PUShtIndl SIJ ... ... ...q 22.83 14.55 2 16.31 -3.1PS OnlSt n CLIX ... ... ... 50.04 37.63 6 46.86 +19.2PrShtSmC SBB ... ... ...q 39.75 32.28 32.36 -5.7PUPShtMC SMDD ... ... ...q 15.02 8.80 9.29 -7.4sPrSh K1 n OILK ... ... ... 25.89 16.51 12 25.92 +19.7PUShtEur EPV ... ... ...q 37.85 26.83 23 29.40 -5.1PUShtSPX SPXU ... ... ...q 16.49 9.19 6768 10.05 -11.6PrUOGEx rs UOP ... ... ...q 24.77 16.57 18.82 PUShtJpn EWV ... ... ...q 35.15 22.75 24.89 -5.9ProSPDvA NOBL 1.00e 1.6 ...q 67.98 56.89 235 62.65 -2.2PUltShEafe EFU ... ... ...q 27.50 19.90 21.44 -5.9PrUGMin rs GDXX ... ... ...q 50.96 33.56 1 37.42 -11.1PrUltBra rs UBR ... ... ...q 107.88 51.76 9 75.21 -3.7PrSht20yTr TTT ... ... ...q 31.13 25.95 166 30.35 +14.1ProGblInf TOLZ 1.63e 3.9 ...q 44.51 39.30 7 41.42 -3.4tPUltShOG DUG ... ... ...q 53.46 30.14 37 30.08 -18.7PS MngdF FUT ... ... ... 41.47 39.00 1 39.99 -.7PrGPrEq bt PEX 1.53e 4.2 ...q 43.79 34.68 0 36.58 +2.1ProEurDiv EUDV .15p ... ...q 44.13 39.62 2 42.29 +1.3PHYIntH bt HYHG 3.16 4.7 ...q 70.99 65.87 4 67.60 +.5ProSPxTch SPXT .23p ... ...q 55.03 47.55 52.16 -.2ProSPxHC SPXV .24p ... ...q 59.27 50.12 57.30 +5.3ProMerger MRGR .12e .3 ...q 36.45 34.73 35.23 -2.9ProSPxFin SPXN .23p ... ...q 56.41 49.37 54.48 +.4ProSPxEgy SPXE .22p ... ...q 59.30 44.29 56.40 -.1PrUltPFn FINU .29e .3 ...q 134.30 60.50 6 102.05 -3.2PrUltPFn s FINU/WI ... ... ...q PrS HdJp n HGJP ... ... ... 30.04 PrIGIntH bt IGHG 2.15 2.8 ... 78.88 75.16 92 76.19 -1.1ProSht7-10y TBX ... ... ...q 29.70 27.55 54 29.70 +4.9ProUShHm HDZ ... ... ...q 14.35 ProUHome HBU ... ... ...q 20.75 PrUSOGEx SOP ... ... ...q 17.88 13.33 16.08 PrUShBrz s BZQ ... ... ...q 15.40 6.41 133 8.45 -7.8PrSPMCDv REGL .65e 1.2 ...q 56.00 49.97 22 53.71 -1.5ProSR2KDv SMDV .47e ... ...q 58.30 51.18 26 54.96 -.4PSSTEm bt EMSH 4.88e 6.5 ... 79.67 74.29 0 75.08 -2.4ProUltHY UJB 1.72e 2.7 ...q 68.07 62.89 64.63 -1.4PrUShtUtl SDP ... ... ...q 31.15 22.19 3 27.60 +9.4PrUltShtTc REW ... ... ...q 23.63 12.49 6 12.82 -22.1PrUShtFn SKF ... ... ...q 29.44 18.61 9 19.84 -5.1Pro CovBd n COBO ... ... ... PUShtSem SSG ... ... ...q 17.63 7.35 12 7.61 -26.7ProMornAlt ALTS .38e 1.0 ...q 39.39 36.94 0 37.91 -.3Pro30BEI RINF .58e 2.0 ...q 29.48 26.66 1 29.41 +6.0ProDivGro EFAD .70e 1.9 ...q 37.52 PS EMkDv EMDV ... ... ... 64.49 51.81 1 58.89 +.5ProCdNASh WYDE ... ... ...q 33.66 32.10 32.54 +.4Pr GBIGl n GGOV ... ... ... ProsCap 24 PBB 1.56 6.1 ... 26.50 25.21 8 25.56 -1.3ProspBcsh PB 1.44 1.9 19 79.20 55.84 377 74.83 +6.8Protalix PLX ... ... ...dd .99 .39 253 .43 -35.7ProtLf n PLpE 1.50 ... ... ProtoLabs PRLB ... ... 61 128.22 62.60 161 117.55 +14.1Provect wt PVCT/WS ... ... ... .02 ProvidFS PFS .80 2.9 19 28.76 23.19 233 27.12 +.6ProvMtgC PMCA ... ... ... Prudentl PRU 3.60 3.6 11 127.14 95.83 1893 101.17 -12.0Prudentl18 PFK .65 2.6 ... 25.90 24.92 24.99 -.4PrudFn 52 PJH 1.44 5.7 ... 26.45 24.90 12 25.28 +.1PrudtlF 53 PRH 1.43 5.7 ... 26.41 24.90 38 25.11 -.7PruSDHiY GHY 1.32 9.6 ...q 15.26 13.70 180 13.74 -4.6PruUK pf PUKp 1.69 6.5 ... 27.17 25.66 5 26.09 -.4PruUK pfA PUKpA 1.63 6.2 ... 27.21 25.47 8 26.12 +.1Prud UK PUK 1.49e 2.9 ... 55.36 44.67 194 51.86 +2.1PruShHiY ISD 1.32 9.4 ...q 15.66 14.00 103 14.04 -4.9PSEG PEG 1.80 3.6 17 53.28 41.67 1923 49.87 -3.2 PubStrg PSA 6.80 3.3 22 219.93 180.48 599 205.60 -1.6PubSt pfU PSApU 1.41 5.7 ... 25.57 24.59 19 24.90 -1.0PubSt pfV PSApV 1.34 5.5 ... 25.67 23.63 7 24.50 -2.8PubSt pfW PSApW 1.30 5.5 ... 25.67 22.92 10 23.73 -5.0PubSt pfX PSApX 1.30 5.5 ... 25.79 22.93 10 23.71 -5.1PubSt pfY PSApY 1.59 6.1 ... 27.83 25.72 7 25.93 -2.5PubSt pfZ PSApZ 1.50 5.8 ... 27.56 25.38 25 25.68 -2.9PubSt pfG PSApG ... ... ... 25.63 22.49 12 23.79 -4.6PubSt pfF PSApF 1.29 5.4 ... 25.69 22.00 40 23.87 -4.6PubSt pfE PSApE 1.23 5.2 ... 25.48 22.29 36 23.57 -5.3PubSt pfD PSApD 1.24 5.3 ... 25.41 22.39 21 23.66 -5.4PubSt pfC PSApC ... ... ... 26.45 23.05 52 24.39 -4.2PubSt pfB PSApB ... ... ... 26.69 23.90 14 24.92 -3.0PubSt pfA PSApA 1.47 5.8 ... 27.79 25.32 11 25.38 -4.3PulteGrp PHM .36 1.2 17 35.21 22.52 7060 29.41 -11.5PureStrg n PSTG ... ... ...dd 23.85 9.91 2804 23.59 +48.7PutHiInSec PCF .37 4.0 ...q 9.31 8.60 30 9.26 +2.7PMMI PMM .44 6.2 ...q 7.72 6.89 79 7.02 -5.3PMIIT PIM .31 6.5 ...q 4.89 4.61 54 4.77 PMOT PMO .71 6.2 ...q 12.85 11.44 46 11.56 -6.4PPrIT PPT .31 5.7 ...q 5.68 5.05 199 5.46 +2.4PzenaInv PZN .41e 4.4 20 13.15 8.25 50 9.40 -11.9Q2 Hldgs QTWO ... ... ...dd 58.60 31.95 410 56.95 +54.5sQEP Res QEP .08 .6 37 13.00 7.02 4150 13.02 +36.1QIAGEN QGEN ... ... 39 36.34 30.20 477 35.13 +13.6QTS RltTr QTS 1.64 4.6 32 61.55 31.58 498 35.40 -34.6QuadGrph QUAD 1.20 6.1 10 31.29 17.73 438 19.73 -12.7QuakerCh KWR 1.48f 1.0 31 165.93 129.98 62 152.75 +1.3QuaCare QCP ... ... ... 22.91 12.25 567 21.00 +52.1QuanexBld NX .16 .9 22 24.60 16.50 165 17.00 -27.4QuantaSvc PWR ... ... 25 40.11 30.23 1068 36.74 -6.1QntmDSS rs QTM ... ... 47 8.75 3.32 183 3.74 -33.6Qu Insp100 n BIBL ... ... ... 29.74 25.14 12 26.76 +2.5QnForSm n FFSG ... ... ... 27.15 24.51 9 26.17 +1.5QnForTcG n FFTG ... ... ... 26.55 24.19 7 25.40 -.7Sage Esg ef GUDB ... ... ... 49.13 MainSecR n SECT ... ... ... 29.56 24.41 36 28.42 +3.9InspCpBd n IBD ... ... ... 27.94 24.07 2 24.28 -3.7QuaInsp n ISMD ... ... ... 28.21 23.78 3 27.91 +5.5QuaInsLg n BLES ... ... ... 30.44 25.93 12 28.83 +1.4FormInco n FFTI ... ... ... 27.57 23.92 53 23.97 -3.9FrmHdGr n FFHG ... ... ... 29.49 24.03 9 28.17 +2.3QuanReal n QXRR ... ... ... 26.19 23.44 25.32 +.2QuanDyn n XUSA ... ... ... 28.95 25.12 28.49 +2.0QuanMulT n QXTR ... ... ... 26.83 24.56 2 26.21 +.8QuanMulIn n QXMI ... ... ... 26.53 24.73 25.21 -1.9QuanGrw n QXGG ... ... ... 29.10 25.62 27.81 +.1Qudian n QD ... ... ... 34.91 9.55 1448 12.08 -3.7QstDiag DGX 2.00f 2.0 20 112.97 90.10 852 101.80 +3.4QuintEn n QES ... ... ... 10.00 7.10 91 9.51 +5.7QuormHl n QHC ... ... ... 10.00 2.91 419 4.80 -23.1QuotientTc QUOT ... ... ...dd 17.85 10.35 355 13.30 +13.2Qwest 54 CTV 1.72 7.6 ... 26.40 20.64 46 22.66 -3.7Qwest 9-51 CTW 1.88 7.4 ... 25.89 24.20 12 25.20 +.1Qwest 4-52 CTX 1.75 7.5 ... 25.95 21.27 33 23.22 -2.3Qwest 7-52 CTU 1.75 7.3 ... 25.79 21.36 6 23.91 +.7Qwest53 CTY 1.53 7.4 ... 25.57 18.66 37 20.72 -5.8Qwest 25 CTZ 1.66 7.6 ... 25.96 20.17 25 21.80 -3.7Qwest 56 CTAA ... ... ... 27.77 21.51 18 24.90 +.8Qwest57 n CTDD ... ... ... 25.97 20.51 35 22.12 -3.3Qwest56 n CTBB ... ... ... 25.60 19.86 65 21.82 -3.1R -RAIT pfA RASpA 1.94 21.9 ... 21.76 5.90 8.84 -27.2RAIT pfB RASpB 2.09 24.1 ... 23.77 6.21 8.66 -31.2RAIT pfC RASpC 2.22 22.9 ... 25.39 6.35 9.70 -26.7RAIT Fn 24 RFT 1.91 11.3 ... 24.49 15.99 16.91 -11.4RAITFn 19 RFTA 1.78 8.6 ... 25.22 16.60 20.66 -8.2RELX NV s RENX .45e 2.1 ... 23.30 19.96 85 21.21 -8.1RELX plc s RELX .54e 2.5 ... 24.03 20.31 1526 21.64 -8.7RH RH ... ... 63 109.53 41.52 720 102.00 +18.3RLI Corp RLI .88f 1.3 27 67.55 50.34 166 66.65 +9.9RLJ LodgT RLJ 1.32 6.1 12 23.96 18.68 1120 21.65 -1.5RLJ Lod pfA RLJpA .49 1.9 ... 28.85 25.23 22 25.29 -6.4RPC RES .40 2.1 25 27.07 16.70 1385 19.33 -24.3RPM RPM 1.28 2.5 18 56.69 46.36 1118 50.44 -3.8RSP Perm RSPP ... ... 83 51.51 28.76 1016 47.31 +16.3RYB Edu n RYB ... ... ... 31.80 15.50 524 17.03 +.9RadianGrp RDN .01 .1 9 23.49 14.06 1407 16.28 -21.0RadiantLog RLGT ... ... ...cc 6.59 3.46 63 3.75 -18.5RadLog pfA RLGTpA 2.44 9.6 ... 27.50 25.36 0 25.50 -1.5RafaelHl n RFL ... ... ... 9.01 3.05 73 8.56 +74.7RLauren RL 2.00 1.8 19 119.33 66.06 786 112.17 +8.2RamcoG RPT .88 7.8 9 15.00 11.15 285 11.28 -23.4RamcG pfD RPTpD 3.63 7.4 ... 58.62 48.87 48.87 -15.2RangeRs RRC .08 .5 17 25.96 11.93 6998 15.46 -9.4RngrEnS n RNGR ... ... ...dd 15.70 6.88 146 8.50 -7.9RJamesFn RJF .88f .9 20 99.26 71.35 1262 96.41 +8.3RayAdvM RYAM .28 1.5 25 22.96 12.52 729 19.15 -6.4RayAdv pfA RYAMpA 2.00 1.5 ... 157.11 98.70 0 134.92 -6.3Rayonier RYN 1.00 2.7 40 39.14 27.60 627 37.36 +18.1Raytheon RTN 3.47f 1.7 30 229.75 158.32 1537 210.15 +12.3RealityETF DIVY .46p ... ...q 28.89 25.25 6 26.80 +2.8RltDvcDiv LEAD ... ... ...q 34.32 27.90 3 32.44 +1.5RealDivc n DFND ... ... ...q 28.60 24.70 0 27.14 -.4RealDivG n GARD ... ... ...q 26.84 21.56 25.22 +.9Realogy RLGY .27p 1.1 16 35.18 23.52 1238 24.47 -7.7RltyInco O 2.53 4.9 29 60.05 47.25 1875 51.90 -9.0ReavesUtl UTG 1.82 6.5 ...q 36.73 27.13 163 28.13 -9.1ReavesU rt UTGr ... ... ... .55 .09 .14 RedHat RHT ... ... 90 173.58 86.26 1964 161.96 +34.9RedLionH RLH ... ... ...dd 11.70 6.15 50 10.25 +4.1RedwdTr RWT 1.12 6.8 12 17.45 14.29 474 16.42 +10.8Reeds REED ... ... ... 3.35 1.30 277 2.90 +87.1RegalBel RBC 1.12f 1.4 16 87.50 67.84 272 79.70 +4.0RegalEnt RGC .88a 3.8 24 23.17 13.90 22.99 -.1RgcyCtrs REG 2.22f 3.9 20 70.64 54.87 1186 56.29 -18.6RgcyC pfG REGpG 1.50 6.0 ... 25.59 25.12 25.20 RegHlthPr RHE ... ... 4 1.16 .16 541 .26 +52.9RegHlt pfA RHEpA 2.72 49.5 ... 22.90 5.18 1 5.50 -31.3RegnlMgt RM ... ... 15 36.44 19.49 54 35.59 +35.3RegionsFn RF .36 1.9 18 20.21 13.03 7312 19.30 +11.7Regions pfA RFpA 1.59 6.2 ... 26.20 25.23 12 25.67 +1.3Regns pfB RFpB 1.59 5.8 ... 29.82 26.40 21 27.23 -4.2Regis Cp RGS ... ... ...cc 17.46 9.09 188 16.37 +6.6ReinsGrp RGA 2.00f 1.3 13 165.12 122.37 291 150.53 -3.5ReinsGp42 RZA 1.55 5.6 ... 30.06 26.54 30 27.46 -.2ReinsG56 n RZB 1.44 5.6 ... 29.86 25.33 89 25.49 -8.9RelStlAl RS 2.00 2.1 21 95.97 68.46 665 93.65 +9.2RELM RWC .08 2.4 17 4.80 3.40 7 3.40 -4.2RemaxHld RMAX .80f 1.5 59 67.50 43.85 103 52.75 +8.8RenaisIPO IPO .02e .1 ...q 30.61 24.59 20 28.80 +2.1RenIntIPO IPOS .24e 1.0 ...q 27.06 20.77 1 23.90 -2.0RenaisRe RNR 1.32 1.0 ...dd 152.00 116.50 140 128.63 +2.4RenRe prE RNRpE 1.34 5.5 ... 25.98 23.45 8 24.42 -2.9RenRe prC RNRpC 1.52 6.0 ... 26.05 25.05 1 25.43 -.3ReneSola rs SOL ... ... ... 3.79 2.12 31 2.81 +5.6RennFund RCG ... ... ...q 2.20 1.11 21 1.55 +3.1Renren rs RENN ... ... ...dd 18.70 6.01 143 8.75 -15.8RepubSvc RSG 1.38 2.1 31 69.40 60.26 1211 66.90 -1.1ResMed RMD 1.40 1.4 50 104.78 68.41 450 102.39 +20.9ResolEn rs REN ... ... ... 44.44 23.64 792 34.60 +9.9ResoluteF RFP ... ... ...dd 12.15 4.10 339 10.30 -6.8ResCap pfA RSOpA 2.13 8.6 ... 25.58 23.65 24.57 ResCap pfB RSOpB 2.06 8.4 ... 25.37 23.50 24.60 -1.6ResCap pfC RSOpC 2.16 8.3 ... 26.00 24.57 9 25.88 +1.4ResCap rs RSO .20 2.0 ...dd 11.38 8.51 111 9.80 +4.6RestBrnds QSR 1.80 3.2 18 68.89 53.09 1461 56.19 -8.6RetailProp RPAI .66 5.9 11 13.78 10.84 1037 11.20 -16.7RetractTc RVP ... ... ...dd 1.48 .54 53 .89 +30.9RevGp n REVG .20 1.1 ... 33.15 16.79 373 17.85 -45.1Revlon REV ... ... ...dd 27.90 15.60 180 17.90 -17.9RexAmRes REX ... ... 17 102.00 70.48 27 75.06 -9.3RexahnPh rs RNN ... ... ...dd 4.37 1.42 163 2.13 +5.4RexfordIR REXR .64f 2.1 52 32.91 26.07 465 30.95 +6.1RexfdIn pfA REXRpA ... ... ... 26.41 22.53 23.57 -8.3RexfInR pfB REXRpB 1.47 6.3 ... 24.98 22.33 1 23.45 -5.4Rexnord RXN ... ... 23 31.44 22.43 755 28.78 +10.6Rexnrd pfA RXNpA ... ... ... 66.44 52.57 26 61.60 +5.3RiceMidstr RMP 1.22f 6.8 13 25.50 16.87 384 17.93 -16.5RingCentrl RNG ... ... ...dd 81.20 32.70 570 75.50 +56.0RingEngy REI ... ... ...dd 17.35 10.88 736 16.29 +17.2sRioTinto RIO 2.27e 3.9 ... 59.25 37.66 2722 58.93 +11.3RitchieBr RBA .68 2.1 38 35.17 24.08 287 33.05 +10.4RiteAid RAD ... ... 3 4.21 1.38 14457 1.78 -9.6RivrnOpp n RIV 1.68 7.9 ... 21.63 19.10 41 21.33 +6.5tRiv/Doubl n OPP ... ... ... 19.76 17.47 50 17.55 -4.5RoadrnTrn RRTS ... ... 3 9.75 1.98 436 2.14 -72.2sRobtHalf RHI 1.12f 1.8 26 63.50 42.92 1102 63.35 +14.1RockwlAut ROK 3.68f 2.0 27 210.72 155.81 865 180.04 -8.3RockColl COL 1.32 1.0 21 139.63 103.17 1027 135.08 -.4RogCm gs RCI 1.57 ... 14 54.95 43.11 254 48.57 -4.6Rogers ROG ... ... 33 184.00 104.25 108 118.92 -26.6Rollins s ROL .56 1.1 62 54.25 39.90 307 50.06 +7.6Roper ROP 1.65 .6 29 292.97 221.57 360 275.75 +6.5sRosettaStn RST ... ... ...dd 15.65 8.71 506 15.60 +25.1Roundys RNDY ... ... ...dd 3.60 Rowan RDC .40 2.4 29 17.33 9.02 2683 16.53 +5.6RBCda pfT RYpT 1.69 ... ... 31.75 28.13 29.02 -3.1RoyalBk g RY 3.76f ... ... 87.10 68.56 379 79.16 -3.0RBScotlnd RBS ... ... ... 8.74 6.24 1036 7.97 +4.3RBSct prF RBSpF 1.91 7.4 ... 27.08 25.67 25.86 RBSct prH RBSpH 1.81 7.0 ... 26.90 25.58 25.68 RBSct prL RBSpL 1.44 5.7 ... 25.74 25.12 25.25 RBSct prS RBSpS 1.65 6.5 ... 27.63 25.35 35 25.57 +.5RylCarb RCL 2.40 2.2 14 135.65 103.76 1950 107.99 -9.5RoyDShllB RDS/B 3.76 5.0 ...cc 75.99 53.50 1423 74.99 +9.8RoyDShllA RDS/A 3.76 5.2 ...cc 73.00 51.91 2491 72.42 +8.6RoyceGVal RGT .10e ... ... 11.73 9.31 14 11.01 +1.8RoyceMC RMT .63e 6.4 ...q 9.99 8.09 99 9.89 +4.8Royce RVT 1.20e 7.4 ...q 17.18 14.02 195 16.16 -.1RubiconPrj RUBI ... ... ...dd 5.79 1.48 905 2.38 +27.3sRudolph RTEC ... ... 22 32.60 21.10 145 32.45 +35.8Ryder R 2.08f 3.1 17 90.26 63.27 442 68.14 -19.0RyersonH RYI ... ... 42 12.90 7.65 283 11.85 +13.9RymanHP RHP 3.40f 4.2 17 83.20 57.78 253 80.82 +17.1S -S&P Glbl SPGI 2.00f 1.0 29 201.44 137.66 1026 198.18 +17.0SAP SE SAP 1.31e 1.1 ... 116.90 99.20 616 114.16 +1.6SCANA SCG 2.45 7.1 8 71.28 33.97 626 34.40 -13.5SCE TrV n SCEpK ... ... ... 29.56 24.70 21 25.39 -3.9SCE I pfF SCEpF 1.41 ... ... SCE II prG SCEpG 1.28 5.5 ... 25.89 21.93 8 23.07 -4.6SCE Tr pfH SCEpH 1.44 5.5 ... 29.43 25.05 75 26.25 -3.0SCETr pfJ SCEpJ 1.34 5.3 ... 28.94 23.96 30 25.40 -1.6SCE Tr pfL SCEpL 1.25 5.5 ... 25.77 21.75 18 22.54 -6.2SJW SJW 1.12a 1.9 21 69.29 47.13 117 59.07 -7.5SK Tlcm SKM ... ... ... 28.97 22.74 344 23.02 -17.5SLGreen SLG 3.25 3.4 28 109.00 89.46 1212 95.12 -5.8SL Grn pfI SLGpI 1.63 6.4 ... 26.50 24.94 8 25.28 +.8SM Energy SM .10 .4 ...dd 28.20 12.29 3173 25.46 +15.3Spd LgGl n GLDW ... ... ... 124.05 114.86 121.57 +.6SpdrDJIA DIA 3.98e 1.6 ...q 265.93 208.32 2033 247.97 +.2SpdrGold GLD ... ... ...q 129.52 114.80 4942 122.29 -1.1SpdrStxx50 FEU 1.24e 3.5 ...q 38.51 33.60 226 35.62 -.8SpdrNoANR NANR ... ... ...q 37.79 30.22 34 36.78 +3.7Spd InDiv n HDWX ... ... ... 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SpdrLwCbn LOWC 1.69e 1.8 ...q 96.40 82.10 0 91.42 +1.8SpdrEuro50 FEZ 1.18e 2.8 ...q 44.23 38.18 1363 41.45 +1.8Spd MsciCh XINA ... ... ... 26.62 20.39 0 23.63 -1.2S&PEAsia GMF 1.81e 1.7 ...q 116.07 89.45 13 106.41 +1.7Spdr UKS QGBR 1.33e 2.4 ...q 56.39 50.42 0 55.06 +2.2Spd Spain n QESP ... ... ... SpdrGermS QDEU 1.17e 1.8 ...q 70.20 58.70 0 65.17 -.5SpdrJpnS QJPN .85e 1.1 ...q 83.54 70.88 1 80.63 +2.5SpdrCdaS QCAN 1.61e 2.7 ...q 62.76 54.05 1 60.18 -1.6Spd Austl n QAUS ... ... ... SpdrEuSmC SMEZ 1.15e 1.8 ...q 69.46 56.49 2 63.58 -.6S&PChina GXC 1.31e 1.1 ...q 123.91 86.95 46 114.19 +6.5SpdrWldQu QWLD 1.30e 1.7 ...q 80.30 69.06 0 76.02 +.8SpdrEMQu QEMM 1.31e 2.0 ...q 69.92 57.19 25 63.92 -.9SpdrEafeSt QEFA 1.62e 2.5 ...q 68.94 60.04 17 65.76 +1.1SpdrGblDv WDIV 3.11e 3.8 ...q 74.14 64.89 10 69.29 -2.2SpAcwiIMI ACIM 1.50e 1.9 ...q 84.34 71.17 3 79.48 +.8SpdEMkt s SPEM ... ... ...q 42.47 32.81 296 38.39 +.6SpdrEMDv EDIV 1.68e 4.9 ...q 36.64 29.33 26 34.13 +3.9sSpdrGlbNR GNR .93e 1.8 ...q 52.85 40.56 462 52.82 +7.6Spd Russ n RBL ... ... ... Spd EmEu n GUR ... ... ... Spd IntUt n IPU ... ... ... Spd IntTl n IST ... ... ... Spd InTc n IPK ... ... ... Spd IntMt n IRV ... ... ... SpdIntInd n IPN ... ... ... Spd IntHl n IRY ... ... ... Spd IntFn n IPF ... ... ... Spd EMLA n GML ... ... ... Spd IntEn n IPW ... ... ... Spd IntCn n IPS ... ... ... Spd CnDi n IPD ... ... ... SpdrDJ RE RWO 1.57e 3.4 ...q 49.41 43.96 140 46.62 -4.6SpdrEMSmC EWX 1.00e 2.0 ...q 55.81 45.81 71 50.74 -2.4SpdrIntDiv DWX 2.22e 5.6 ...q 42.92 38.61 54 39.94 -3.1Spd EmM n GAF ... ... ... SpdMS xUS CWI .79e 2.0 ...q 42.01 35.26 87 39.51 +1.3SpdrSPGbl GII 1.63e 3.3 ...q 53.74 47.61 28 49.49 -4.5SpdrIntRE RWX 1.25e 3.1 ...q 42.54 37.13 606 40.19 -.7SpdrIntlSC GWX 3.63e 1.4 ...q 37.99 32.84 104 36.14 +1.9SpdrWldxUS SPDW .79e 2.5 ...q 33.84 28.84 364 32.18 +1.5SP Mid MDY 2.94e .8 ...q 363.70 307.28 1101 353.85 +2.4S&P500ETF SPY 4.13e 1.5 ...q 286.63 238.82 53269 272.24 +2.0SpdrRRtn RLY .44e 1.6 ...q 27.62 23.57 7 27.30 +3.3SpdrIncAll INKM 1.08e 3.3 ...q 34.66 31.96 1 32.73 -2.7SpdrGblAll GAL 1.04e 2.6 ...q 40.37 35.27 6 38.61 +.9SpdrSenLn SRLN 1.96 4.1 ...q 47.69 47.08 370 47.27 +.2SpdrUShBd ULST .16 .4 ...q 40.82 40.15 3 40.27 +.2SpdrCreEq SYE 1.63e 1.3 ...q 80.09 67.60 17 76.45 +2.5tSpdrDblTac TOTL 1.17e ... ...q 49.66 47.15 813 47.15 -3.1SpdrValEq SYV 4.21e 1.5 ...q 70.61 58.70 0 68.21 +3.0SpdrGroEq SYG 1.85e .8 ...q 86.17 68.96 6 81.44 +2.5SpdrBiot s XBI .44e .5 ...q 97.98 66.66 3299 93.46 +10.1Spdr Div SDY 3.80e 2.0 ...q 98.29 87.61 308 91.92 -2.7SpdrGbDow DGT 1.52e 1.8 ...q 91.75 76.25 0 85.72 +.3SpdrHome XHB .15e .4 ...q 47.20 37.17 3058 38.98 -11.9SpdrS&PBk KBE .53e 1.1 ...q 52.00 39.61 1644 50.06 +5.7SpdrS&PCM KCE .91e 1.5 ...q 62.51 45.89 3 61.08 +5.4SpdrS&PIn s KIE ... ... ...q 32.34 27.81 157 30.57 -.4Spd LgCap s SPLG ... ... ...q 33.54 28.02 333 31.96 +2.1SpdrLCpG s SPYG ... ... ...q 35.96 29.31 361 34.88 +5.7SpdrLCapV s SPYV ... ... ...q 32.54 27.92 673 30.07 -2.0Spd MidC s SPMD ... ... ...q 35.09 29.60 290 34.57 +3.6SpdrMCpG MDYG 2.19e .8 ...q 166.10 139.27 40 161.77 +4.0SpdrMCpV MDYV 3.45e 3.3 ...q 106.67 92.30 23 103.67 +.8SpdrNY Tch XNTK .41e .4 ...q 97.64 71.73 13 93.05 +11.0SpdrSemi s XSD .16e .2 ...q 76.57 60.17 116 73.66 +5.5sSpdrSCapG SLYG 8.53e .8 ...q 245.46 206.75 138 245.55 +8.0SpdrSCapV SLYV 7.98e 1.3 ...q 133.39 112.91 45 131.75 +4.8SpdrRs3K s THRK ... ... ...q 35.46 29.71 245 33.98 +2.3SpdrWilRE RWR 2.90e 3.3 ...q 95.73 81.59 119 87.19 -6.9SpdrShTTr SPTS .27 .9 ...q 31.78 29.45 152 29.46 -1.4SpFcStIn n XITK ... ... ... 94.85 68.30 3 93.37 +19.5SPDR SrTr XTH ... ... ... 82.74 70.83 80.21 +10.5SPDR Intrnt XWEB ... ... ... 75.39 65.06 71.47 +5.0Spdr1500VT VLU 4.85e 1.7 ...q 108.76 91.15 2 102.13 +.1tSpdrScored CBND .99 3.2 ...q 32.92 30.81 1 30.80 -4.5SpdrIntCBd IBND .14e .4 ...q 36.87 32.63 160 34.20 -3.2SpdrIGFlt FLRN .20 .6 ...q 30.85 30.62 821 30.79 +.4SpdrHYMu HYMB 2.55 4.6 ...q 57.97 54.01 83 55.91 +.4SpdrWFPf PSK 2.59e 6.1 ...q 45.44 41.81 41 42.66 -3.1SpdrBarITB BWZ .01e ... ...q 33.49 30.78 12 31.84 -.9SpdrBarcCv CWB 3.55e 4.3 ...q 53.80 48.85 1061 53.11 +5.0tSpdrLTBd s SPLB ... ... ...q 28.77 26.04 68 26.03 -9.0SpdrITBd SPIB .92 2.8 ...q 34.72 33.07 549 33.08 -3.3tSpdrBarMBB MBG .83 3.3 ...q 26.51 25.13 59 25.14 -3.4SpdrEMBd EBND ... ... ...q 30.91 28.12 182 28.30 -4.6SpdrShTHiY SJNK 1.58 5.8 ...q 28.15 26.94 2533 27.36 -.7SpdrLehHY JNK 2.30 6.4 ...q 37.46 35.35 10192 35.70 -2.8SpdShTBd SPSB .40e 1.2 ...q 30.74 30.09 511 30.12 -1.0SP IntTip WIP .41e .3 ...q 60.27 54.71 83 55.33 -3.8SPLIntTB s BWX ... ... ...q 29.72 27.23 1848 28.04 -1.4SpdrTrans s XTN .25e .4 ...q 69.36 51.31 4 64.19 -1.5SpdrTelcm XTL .68e 1.0 ...q 74.86 65.10 123 70.69 +3.5SpdrHCSv s XHS .61e .1 ...q 68.43 56.18 4 67.84 +10.2sSpdrHCEq s XHE 3.22e .1 ...q 75.00 56.90 41 75.27 +16.9SpdrSf&Sv s XSW .19e .2 ...q 81.54 61.12 9 80.07 +15.3tSpdrMLCrs CJNK 1.01e 3.9 ...q 27.04 25.38 3 25.36 -4.6SpdrAerDf s XAR 1.70e 1.1 ...q 91.55 68.10 58 87.33 +4.5tSpdAgBd n SPAB ... ... ... 28.84 27.64 506 27.62 -3.9SpdrBarcTip IPE 1.04e 1.8 ...q 57.26 54.68 41 54.73 -2.7SprBl 1-3b rs BIL ... ... ...q 91.55 91.37 1148 91.51 +.1SpdLgTr s SPTL ... ... ...q 37.32 33.60 106 33.61 -8.1tSpdrLehIntTr ITE .74 1.3 ...q 60.59 57.95 27 57.94 -2.5SpdrS&P RB KRE .74e 1.2 ...q 65.33 49.31 3387 64.24 +9.2Spdr1500MT MMTM 1.61e 1.3 ...q 123.70 100.61 1 119.69 +4.3SpdrRetl s XRT .49e 1.0 ...q 49.09 37.72 7845 46.95 +3.9SpdNuBMu s TFI ... ... ...q 49.42 47.52 295 47.66 -2.7SpdrPhm s XPH 3.00e .9 ...q 47.11 38.71 30 41.85 -3.8sSpdrOGEx XOP .73e 1.7 ...q 42.07 28.96 11992 42.23 +13.6SpNuBST rs SHM ... ... ...q 48.95 47.51 429 47.68 -.5SpdrGendr SHE ... ... ... 75.63 65.51 4 71.53 +1.0SpdrOGEq XES .49e 2.6 ...q 19.29 12.90 559 18.50 +8.0SpdR1KLVF ONEV ... ... ... 76.79 68.57 1 72.15 -.6SpdrMetM XME .24e .6 ...q 39.62 27.86 1764 37.59 +3.4SpdrR1KMo ONEO ... ... ... 77.42 68.40 10 73.44 +1.0SpdrR1KYF ONEY ... ... ... 75.25 65.47 0 69.93 -.2SpdSPXHiD SPYD ... ... ...q 38.74 34.60 78 36.31 -3.0SpdrFosFFr SPYX ... ... ...q 69.64 57.85 2 65.88 +1.7SpdrR1KLV LGLV 5.40e 1.9 ...q 94.43 84.95 2 89.71 -1.0SpdrUsaSt QUS .54e ... ...q 82.07 68.82 16 77.63 +.5sSpd SP600 SLY 3.97e 1.0 ... 141.08 117.23 52 141.62 +6.5SpdrSPXBbk SPYB .41e ... ...q 67.80 51.33 2 63.61 +2.0sSpdrSCap n SPSM ... ... ... 31.73 28.11 322 31.70 +.6Spdr1-10Tip TIPX .08e .4 ...q 21.00 18.41 11 19.08 -1.1Spd 0-5Tip n SIPE ... ... ... SpdrR2KLV SMLV 2.16e 2.4 ...q 100.14 84.63 3 91.73 +.4sSPX Cp SPXC ... ... 15 33.97 23.41 142 34.28 +9.2SPX Flow n FLOW ... ... 42 54.92 31.10 309 44.17 -7.1SRC Eng SRCI ... ... 18 12.38 6.19 2311 12.13 +42.2STMicro STM .40 1.7 26 25.30 14.07 4115 23.83 +9.1SABESP SBS .39e 5.2 ... 11.96 7.38 2305 7.54 -27.8SabnR SBR 2.29m 4.8 23 50.00 36.80 25 48.00 +7.6SachemC n SACH .42 11.5 ... 5.10 3.30 6 3.65 -7.4SafeBulk SB .04 1.3 ... 4.00 1.76 446 3.16 -2.2SafeBlk pfB SBpB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.76 25.00 25.50 +1.2SafeBlk pfC SBpC 2.00 8.8 ... 24.26 18.26 22.68 -5.1SafeB pfD SBpD 2.00 8.8 ... 24.20 18.00 8 22.66 -3.7SafegdSci SFE ... ... ...dd 14.40 10.65 85 13.30 +18.8SafeInco n SAFE .60 3.3 ... 20.00 15.57 56 18.38 +4.4SagaComm SGA 1.20 3.1 4 51.70 36.10 3 39.00 -3.6SailptTch n SAIL ... ... ... 26.92 12.82 1571 22.64 +56.1StJoe JOE ... ... 55 20.00 16.75 245 18.05 Salesforce CRM ... ... ...cc 131.00 83.55 2433 128.77 +26.0SalMidMLP SMM 1.30 12.8 ...q 13.05 8.53 76 10.16 -7.8SallyBty SBH ... ... 10 21.36 14.05 2473 15.39 -18.0SJuanB SJT .77e 10.9 15 10.54 6.04 79 7.03 -14.7SanchezEn SN ... ... ...dd 7.65 2.78 3960 3.79 -28.6SanchzM rs SNMP 1.80 14.1 ...dd 15.10 9.35 70 12.80 +15.3SandRidge SD ... ... ... 21.90 13.02 242 14.79 -29.8SandRMiss SDT .22e 22.5 1 1.55 .73 128 .00 +20.5SandRMs2 SDR .21e 19.5 1 1.51 .74 167 1.10 +29.3SandRdgP PER .50e 21.4 5 3.10 1.80 218 2.35 +14.6SandstG g SAND ... ... ... 5.64 3.26 1206 4.46 -10.6Sano SNY 1.58e 4.1 ... 50.65 37.43 680 38.50 -10.5SantCUSA SC .23e ... 6 20.18 11.12 1410 19.76 +6.1SantFn pfA SANpA 1.70 6.6 ... 26.69 25.38 25.88 +.2SantFn pfB SANpB 1.03 4.3 ... 24.93 23.30 24.22 +.5SantFn pfC SANpC 1.63 6.4 ... 26.25 25.45 25.39 -2.0SantFn pfI SANpI 1.60 6.4 ... 26.45 25.25 25.15 -2.2Santand pfC SOVpC 1.83 7.1 ... 26.89 25.10 25.77 +.4SaratogaI SAR 2.00f 9.0 8 22.90 19.62 17 22.22 -.7SaratIn23 n SAB 1.69 6.6 ... 26.79 25.34 8 25.66 -.5Sasol SSL 1.41e 3.7 ... 38.75 26.92 111 37.69 +10.2SaulCntr BFS 2.08 4.3 16 65.43 46.71 40 48.16 -22.0SaulCtr pfC BFSpC 1.72 7.0 ... 25.98 23.79 8 24.65 -2.6MastThera MSTX/O ... ... ...dd .13 Schlmbrg SLB 2.00 2.7 46 80.35 61.02 7112 73.11 +8.5SchndrNt n SNDR .24 .9 ... 30.00 18.35 706 28.05 -1.8SchwUSMkt SCHB .96e 1.5 ...q 69.07 57.65 398 66.04 +2.4SchwUSLgC SCHX .98e 1.5 ...q 68.43 57.00 521 65.12 +2.1SchwLCGr SCHG .63e .8 ...q 76.83 62.40 276 74.85 +5.9SchwLCVal SCHV 1.14e 2.1 ...q 58.00 49.42 174 53.99 -1.2SchwMCap SCHM .59e 1.1 ...q 56.22 47.16 441 54.44 +2.2SchUSSmC SCHA .76e 1.0 ...q 73.45 61.62 420 72.86 +4.5SchwEMkt SCHE .49e 1.7 ...q 31.08 24.47 991 28.04 +.4Sch 1000 n SCHK ... ... ... 28.14 24.88 69 26.83 +2.2SchEMLgC FNDE .39e 1.3 ...q 33.13 26.11 358 30.68 +3.4SchIntSmCo FNDC .55e 1.5 ...q 38.22 32.30 134 36.48 +1.4SchIntLgCo FNDF .61e 2.0 ...q 32.54 27.60 306 31.05 +2.1SchUSSmCo FNDA .36e .9 ...q 39.68 33.34 395 39.20 +3.4SchUSLgCo FNDX .54e 1.4 ...q 39.96 33.54 272 37.69 +.6SchUSBrd FNDB .61e 1.6 ...q 39.71 33.37 5 37.57 +.8SchwUSDiv SCHD 1.13e 2.3 ...q 54.60 44.75 506 49.45 -3.4SchwIntEq SCHF .71e 2.1 ...q 36.35 31.35 1344 34.54 +1.4tSchwAggBd SCHZ 1.09 2.2 ...q 52.82 50.16 258 50.14 -3.7SchwREIT SCHH .89e 2.3 ...q 42.54 36.27 524 38.73 -6.9tSchIntUSTr SCHR .86 1.7 ...q 54.67 51.61 310 51.58 -3.3tSchSTUSTr SCHO .35 .7 ...q 50.57 49.56 217 49.57 -.9SchUSTips SCHP ... ... ...q 56.10 54.06 188 54.11 -2.4SchwIntSC SCHC .59e 1.6 ...q 39.15 33.02 122 37.34 +1.9Schwab SCHW .40 .7 33 59.94 37.63 7374 58.88 +14.6Schwb pfC SCHWpC 1.50 5.8 ... 27.94 25.53 28 25.74 -4.2Schwb pfD SCHWpD ... ... ... 27.90 25.49 36 25.72 -4.7SchwitMau SWM 1.72 3.9 15 48.06 36.26 158 43.93 -3.2SciApplic SAIC 1.24 1.4 25 90.84 60.21 134 90.10 +17.7ScorpioB19 SLTB 1.88 7.4 ... 25.80 23.79 11 25.43 -.1ScorpBlk rs SALT .08 1.1 ... 8.85 5.70 592 7.50 +1.4ScorpioTk STNG .04 1.4 ... 4.23 1.85 3495 2.76 -9.5ScorpioT 20 SBNA 1.69 6.9 ... 25.03 23.40 3 24.52 -1.4ScorpT19 n SBBC ... ... ... 26.51 24.62 5 25.35 -.3Scotts SMG 2.12 2.5 21 110.12 76.60 697 86.07 -19.6ScrippsEW SSP .05p ... 42 20.35 10.69 348 13.05 -16.5Sea Ltd n SE ... ... ... 15.73 10.06 4612 11.98 -10.1SbdCp SEB 6.00 .1 14 4690.00 3725.50 0 4000.00 -9.3SeabGld g SA ... ... ... 13.70 9.50 314 10.40 -8.0SeacorHld CKH ... ... ...dd 59.00 31.90 140 52.20 +12.9SeacrMar SMHI ... ... ... 25.00 11.66 91 22.41 +91.5SeadrillLtd SDRL ... ... 1 .68 .15 36684 .46 +99.1Seadrill SDLP .40 10.7 ... 4.20 2.60 724 3.74 +2.2SealAir SEE .64 1.5 22 49.94 40.76 1767 43.67 -11.4 Seaspan SSW .50 5.9 13 9.30 5.02 2771 8.53 +26.4Seaspn pfE SSWpE 2.06 8.1 ... 25.68 21.39 29 25.57 +3.0Seaspan 19 SSWN 1.59 6.3 ... 26.01 24.96 76 25.42 -.5Seaspn pfD SSWpD 1.99 8.0 ... 25.20 20.76 15 24.90 +1.1Seaspn pfH SSWpH ... ... ... 24.96 20.14 20 24.20 +2.3Seaspn pfG SSWpG ... ... ... 25.20 21.98 20 24.92 +2.5Seaspan n SSWA ... ... ... 24.58 23.15 11 23.84 -2.0SeaWorld SEAS ... ... ...dd 18.63 10.42 2230 16.69 +23.0SelEngS n WTTR ... ... ... 21.96 11.22 830 17.15 -6.0SelMedHld SEM ... ... 13 19.78 13.30 631 18.45 +4.5SelctIns 43 SGZA 1.47 5.9 ... 25.83 24.72 10 24.83 -1.4SemGroup SEMG 1.89 7.4 ...dd 33.90 20.20 565 25.45 -15.7SemiMfg SMI ... ... 20 9.14 4.49 233 6.78 -20.8SempraEn SRE 3.58f 3.5 19 122.98 100.63 2426 103.34 -3.3Sempra pfA SREpA ... ... ... 104.97 96.15 82 97.47 -1.7SendGrid n SEND ... ... ...cc 32.03 17.50 709 26.16 +9.1SensataT ST ... ... 18 57.40 40.01 50.49 -1.2Senseon n SENS ... ... ... 2.48 Sensient SXT 1.32 1.9 23 84.98 65.56 210 68.48 -6.4SequansC SQNS ... ... ...dd 4.75 1.44 94 1.69 -11.5Seritage n SRG 1.00 2.7 ... 50.00 34.07 167 37.46 -7.4Seritge pfA SRGpA 1.75 7.3 ... 24.52 20.02 1 23.97 -1.6ServiceCp SCI .68 1.8 24 40.28 31.52 692 37.42 +.3sServiceMst SERV ... ... 33 58.14 36.65 979 57.76 +12.7ServcNow NOW ... ... ...dd 182.59 99.01 1606 171.15 +31.3Servotr SVT .30e 3.3 ...cc 12.80 8.50 10 8.97 -19.4ShakeShk n SHAK ... ... 89 59.50 30.12 757 58.61 +35.7ShawCm g SJR 1.18 ... ... 23.44 18.50 568 20.43 -10.5ShellMidst SHLX 1.39f 5.8 21 31.69 19.42 804 23.83 -20.1Sherwin SHW 3.44f .9 29 435.15 326.68 758 381.12 -7.1ShinhanFn SHG ... ... ... 50.37 40.44 52 44.89 -3.3ShipFin SFL 1.40 9.7 12 15.98 12.30 798 14.40 -7.1Shopify n SHOP ... ... ...dd 154.82 81.55 713 142.28 +40.9Shutterstk SSTK ... ... 38 52.78 29.85 141 45.86 +6.6SibanyeG SBGL .14r 4.9 ... 6.50 2.82 3746 2.86 -41.1SiderurNac SID ... ... ... 3.55 1.76 3136 2.61 +6.5SierraMt n SMTS ... ... ... 3.00 2.13 12 2.75 +10.9Sifco SIF ... ... ...dd 8.00 5.00 7 5.80 -12.8SignetJwlrs SIG 1.24f 3.2 6 77.94 33.11 1261 38.84 -31.3Silvrbow n SBOW ... ... ... 34.76 19.89 53 28.83 -3.0SlvrcpMt n SVM .02 ... ... 3.43 2.12 337 2.86 +9.2SimonProp SPG 7.80 5.1 21 173.02 145.78 1254 154.31 -10.1Simon pfJ SPGpJ 4.19 6.1 ... 77.98 67.36 2 68.77 -3.8SimpsnM SSD .88f 1.4 32 62.08 39.82 194 61.30 +6.8sSinopcShg SHI ... ... ... 68.29 50.67 39 70.46 +23.6Siteone n SITE ... ... 72 80.56 48.19 362 78.93 +2.9SixFlags SIX 3.12 4.9 21 70.44 51.25 1286 63.77 -4.2Skechers s SKX ... ... 16 43.08 22.99 2300 30.12 -20.4Skyline SKY ... ... 30 29.10 5.07 71 28.27 +120.0Smart&Fnl SFS ... ... 19 13.95 4.45 320 4.95 -42.1Smartsh n SMAR ... ... ... 21.70 18.06 109 20.00 +2.6Smith&N SNN .61e 1.7 63 40.41 33.72 655 35.74 +2.1SmithAO s AOS .72 1.1 35 68.39 53.23 641 63.08 +2.9Smucker SJM 3.12 2.8 15 134.12 99.57 684 112.04 -9.8SnapInc A n SNAP ... ... ... 21.94 10.51 19747 10.58 -27.6SnapOn SNA 3.28 2.2 15 185.47 140.83 428 150.76 -13.5SocCapH n IPOA ... ... ... 10.85 9.85 429 10.03 -.6SocCapH un IPOA/U ... ... ... 10.97 10.02 21 10.51 -.8SocQ&M SQM .99e 1.7 ... 64.20 32.38 1079 58.16 -2.0Sogou n SOGO ... ... ...cc 14.69 7.91 1071 9.40 -18.8Sol-Wind n SLWD ... ... ... SolarOilf n SOI ... ... ... 23.98 9.90 812 16.24 -24.1Solitario XPL ... ... ...dd .88 .39 46 .43 -28.7SonicAut SAH .24 1.1 11 22.75 15.95 217 21.50 +16.5SonocoP SON 1.56 3.0 26 55.77 46.55 307 51.65 -2.8SonyCp SNE ... ... ... 53.91 35.38 627 47.82 +6.4Sothebys BID .40 .7 18 57.95 42.78 382 56.75 +10.0SourcC SOR 1.00 2.5 ...q 42.97 38.02 14 40.50 -.6SoJerInd s SJI 1.12 3.5 28 37.55 25.96 737 32.38 +3.7SthcrssEn SXE ... ... ...dd 4.44 1.44 135 1.72 +1.8SCEd pfB SCEpB 1.02 4.8 ... 25.00 20.36 21.29 -7.4SCEd pfC SCEpC 1.06 4.8 ... 25.25 20.30 1 21.90 -7.7SCEd pfD SCEpD 1.08 4.8 ... 26.43 21.37 22.29 -7.5SCEd pfE SCEpE 1.20 5.1 ... 27.56 22.73 2 23.68 -6.8SouthnCo SO 2.40f 5.5 49 53.51 42.38 4736 43.89 -8.7SouthCo 75 SOJA 1.56 6.0 ... 27.52 25.60 38 26.08 -3.4SouthCo ef SOJB ... ... ... 26.25 23.71 33 24.72 -3.8SouthCo77 n SOJC 1.31 5.4 ... 25.78 23.25 57 24.21 -4.9SthnCopper SCCO .23e .4 44 58.09 33.63 1304 52.03 +9.7SwstAirl LUV .64f 1.2 9 66.99 49.76 5825 53.01 -19.0SwtGas SWX 2.08 2.9 22 86.87 62.54 212 71.44 -11.2SwGA Fn SGB .44 2.1 16 24.00 18.50 1 21.25 -11.5SwstnEngy SWN ... ... 6 7.26 3.42 12566 4.63 -17.0SprkNtSE wi LOV ... ... ... 15.40 10.15 0 12.80 +1.2Sparton SPA ... ... 19 23.59 16.35 224 17.47 -24.2SpdFosFr n EFAX ... ... ... 77.82 67.00 0 73.27 +.5SpdDbShDu STOT ... ... ... 50.03 47.00 411 48.74 -1.3SpdEmFos EEMX ... ... ... 76.80 60.73 2 69.08 -1.0SpdDbEMk EMTL ... ... ... 52.27 48.41 1 48.59 -3.6SpecOpps SPE 1.19e 2.3 ...q 16.20 14.48 1 15.16 +1.9SpcOpp pfB SPEpB .88 3.4 ... 26.54 25.17 0 25.75 -.4SpectraEP SEP 3.01f 9.1 10 46.47 31.16 500 33.10 -16.3SpectrmB SPB 1.68 2.2 14 138.45 60.13 720 75.60 -32.7SpeedM TRK .60 3.4 19 23.47 16.88 34 17.46 -7.5SpF LgCap n FMDG ... ... ... 33.20 26.89 1 29.86 +6.6SpinMedT n FFIU ... ... ... 25.15 24.20 24.34 -1.9Spire SR 2.25 3.2 19 82.85 60.09 281 69.60 -7.4SpiritAero SPR .48f .6 19 105.20 53.47 987 83.87 -3.9SpiritAir SAVE ... ... 15 54.84 30.32 799 36.94 -17.6SpiritRltC SRC .72 8.6 13 8.81 7.15 3797 8.33 -2.9SpiritR pfA SRCpA 1.50 7.3 ... 26.40 20.25 14 20.65 -16.9Spotify n SPOT ... ... ...dd 171.23 135.51 2076 161.39 +8.3tSpragueRs SRLP 2.61 11.2 13 30.75 22.85 29 23.30 -3.7Sprint S ... ... 3 9.02 4.81 11268 5.07 -13.9SprottSilv PSLV ... ... ...q 6.85 5.83 204 6.06 -4.4SprottGold PHYS ... ... ...q 11.15 9.83 376 10.46 -1.2SprottPPP SPPP ... ... ... 9.91 7.44 29 8.69 -7.0SprottRL g SILU ... ... ... 1.25 Square n SQ ... ... ... 58.46 19.98 10821 56.59 +63.2STAG Indl STAG 1.39 5.4 35 28.95 22.42 632 25.60 -6.3STAG pfB STAGpB 1.66 6.6 ... 26.16 24.91 9 25.10 -.6STAG pfC STAGpC ... ... ... 27.74 24.76 38 25.39 -3.0StageStrs SSI .20 7.1 ...dd 3.18 1.45 145 2.83 +68.5SP Matls XLB .98e 1.6 ...q 64.17 52.35 3356 59.64 -1.5SP HlthC XLV 1.01e 1.2 ...q 91.79 74.80 6978 82.96 +.3SP CnSt XLP 1.28e 2.6 ...q 58.95 48.76 12139 49.68 -12.7SP Consum XLY 1.12e 1.1 ...q 109.34 87.89 3236 105.35 +6.7SP Engy XLE 2.04e 2.6 ...q 78.39 61.80 11997 77.55 +7.3SPDR Fncl XLF .46e 1.6 ...q 30.33 23.10 31970 28.24 +1.2SP Inds XLI 1.12e 1.5 ...q 80.96 66.47 6281 74.60 -1.4SP Tech XLK .78e 1.1 ...q 71.34 54.25 6680 69.52 +8.7SpdrRESel XLRE ... ... ...q 34.02 29.17 1562 30.70 -6.8SP Util XLU 1.55e 3.1 ...q 57.23 47.37 13541 49.38 -6.3StdMotor SMP .84 1.9 25 54.73 40.56 67 43.81 -2.4Standex SXI .72 .7 20 110.00 85.85 44 97.10 -4.7StanBlkDk SWK 2.52 1.8 20 176.62 135.07 897 141.41 -16.7StanB&D 52 SWJ 1.44 5.7 ... 26.00 24.88 10 25.26 +.2StanBlD un SWP ... ... ... 128.00 105.13 8 107.40 -12.5Stantec g STN .55f ... 17 29.25 22.80 7 25.85 -7.5StarGas SGU .47f 4.8 15 11.70 8.74 29 9.75 -9.3Starret SCX .40 5.9 22 9.75 5.80 17 6.75 -21.5Startek SRT ... ... 49 14.78 6.11 209 6.79 -31.9StarwdPT STWD 1.92 8.9 11 23.01 19.47 1296 21.51 +.7StateStr STT 1.68 1.7 17 114.27 80.38 1011 101.10 +3.6StateSt pfC STTpC ... ... ... 25.55 24.01 37 25.08 -.5StateSt pfD STTpD ... ... ... 28.96 26.10 81 26.31 -4.2StaStCp pfG STTpG ... ... ... 28.45 25.50 36 25.75 -5.1StateSt pfE STTpE ... ... ... 27.16 25.47 25 26.21 -.9Statoil ASA STO .92e 3.4 ... 27.35 16.18 1135 27.14 +26.7SteelPtrs SPLP .38p ... 8 20.70 16.65 3 17.36 -11.2SteelPr pfA SPLPpA ... ... ... 22.74 19.75 16 20.35 -3.9Steelcse SCS .51 3.6 16 18.15 12.50 493 14.20 -6.6StellusCap SCM 1.36 10.6 11 14.48 11.07 67 12.89 -1.9Stepan SCL .82 1.2 17 92.97 68.09 132 70.08 -11.3Steris plc STE 1.24 1.2 26 104.31 75.65 585 102.92 +17.7SterlingBc STL .28 1.1 15 26.50 21.00 1344 24.85 +1.0SterlBc pfA STLpA ... ... ... 26.74 25.65 25 25.80 -2.0StewInfo STC 1.20 2.8 29 47.37 34.48 103 42.32 StifelFin SF .48f .8 19 68.76 41.93 362 59.45 -.2Stifel pfA SFpA 1.56 5.9 ... 27.73 24.50 8 26.23 -3.1Stif 47 ef SFB ... ... ... 26.20 23.25 18 24.19 -3.0StoneHEM EDF 2.16 14.8 ...q 17.31 13.50 103 14.58 -8.4StonHEmM EDI 1.81 12.8 ...q 16.79 13.37 69 14.19 -8.9StoneMor STON 1.32 21.5 ...dd 9.62 4.61 45 6.14 -6.4sStonerdg SRI ... ... 22 30.96 14.16 506 31.58 +38.1StoreCap STOR 1.24 4.9 21 26.58 20.08 1285 25.56 -1.8StratALL36 GJT .29 1.4 ... 21.00 19.20 20.50 +2.5Strat D35 GJP .74 3.3 ... 23.69 21.80 2 22.48 -2.0StratGS33 GJS .32 1.5 ... 21.52 19.12 20.90 +3.2StratNWS95 GJV 1.75 6.8 ... 26.72 25.05 3 25.88 StratPG34 GJR .27 1.2 ... 22.87 20.85 21.60 -1.9StratUSM GJH .64 6.5 ... 10.35 9.37 1 9.90 -1.5StratWMT GJO .22 .9 ... 22.90 21.72 22.90 +2.9Stryker SYK 1.88 1.1 29 172.99 136.82 1576 171.76 +10.9SturmRug RGR 1.28f 2.2 20 68.80 43.00 285 59.35 +6.3SubPpne SPH 2.40 10.4 33 27.05 21.85 319 23.15 -4.4SumitMitsu SMFG ... ... ... 9.67 7.15 2893 8.39 -3.5SummitHtl INN .72 5.0 14 19.39 12.77 688 14.51 -4.7SumtH pfC INNpC 1.78 7.1 ... 26.22 25.14 24.90 -2.0SummtH pfD INNpD 1.61 6.6 ... 27.58 23.50 4 24.49 -3.9SumHP pfE INNpE ... ... ... 26.25 22.82 26 23.70 -7.7SumtMtls n SUM .29t ... 28 34.06 25.89 1017 29.47 -6.3SummitMP SMLP 2.30 14.8 ...cc 24.75 13.10 203 15.50 -24.4SunCmts SUI 2.84f 3.1 93 96.08 80.12 289 91.92 -.9SunLfFn g SLF 1.90f ... ... 44.50 32.22 458 43.42 +5.2SunCokeE SXC .99e ... 7 13.43 8.20 448 13.00 +8.4SunCokeEn SXCP 1.60m 10.4 9 21.95 15.05 144 15.40 -11.7Suncor g SU 1.44 ... ... 41.26 27.96 3193 41.04 +11.8SunlOnl n STG ... ... ... 14.08 6.80 236 10.28 -7.4SunLink SSY ... ... ...dd 2.08 1.27 6 1.36 -14.5SunocoLP SUN 3.30 12.2 79 33.11 24.76 235 26.96 -5.1SunstnHtl SHO .20 1.2 19 17.46 14.09 1347 16.27 -1.6SunstHt pfE SHOpE ... ... ... 27.22 24.65 16 25.12 -3.8tSunstHt pfF SHOpF 1.61 6.8 ... 26.98 24.24 9 23.67 -8.5Suntech STP ... ... ... .54 SunTrst STI 1.60 2.3 14 73.37 51.96 2819 68.91 +6.7SunTr wtB STI/WS/B ... ... ... 25.36 9.86 24.38 +16.6SunTr wtA STI/WS/A ... ... ... 35.62 18.87 34.28 +7.2SunTr pfA STIpA 1.50 6.1 ... 25.83 23.37 2 24.48 -.4SunTr pfE STIpE 1.47 6.0 ... 25.86 25.06 24.70 -2.1SupDrillg SDPI ... ... ...dd 2.33 .59 57 2.24 +52.4SupEnrgy SPN .32 2.7 ...dd 12.31 7.66 1998 11.82 +22.7SuperiorInd SUP .36 2.1 26 20.95 12.70 279 16.95 +14.1Supvalu rs SVU ... ... 8 29.12 13.60 831 16.44 -23.9SuthrlAs n SLD 1.52 10.0 ... 16.20 13.55 40 15.20 +.3SuthrAsM23 SLDA 1.75 6.9 ... 26.00 24.58 2 25.34 -1.2SwEBioFu23 FUE ... ... ... 8.47 6.45 6.88 -1.7SwEGrain23 GRU ... ... ... 4.25 3.29 1 3.69 +10.3SwRCmETR RJN ... ... ... 3.72 1.87 1 3.25 +16.3SwRCmMTR RJZ ... ... ... 9.20 7.76 8.65 -3.1SwLgCap22 EEH ... ... ...q 20.52 17.06 20.43 +4.4SwRCmATR RJA ... ... ... 6.57 5.88 41 6.23 +3.8SwERCmTR RJI ... ... ... 5.96 4.64 129 5.78 +7.0SwisHelv SWZ .64e .2 ...q 13.74 12.07 43 12.46 -2.4tSwitch n SWCH .03e ... ... 20.45 13.02 2751 13.20 -27.4Synchrony SYF .60 1.7 12 40.59 26.34 2990 34.59 -10.4Synnex SNX 1.40 1.3 15 141.94 93.87 225 111.82 -17.7Synovs pfC SNVpC 1.97 7.7 ... 28.97 25.34 4 25.55 -2.2sSynovusFn SNV 1.00f 1.8 19 54.38 40.21 899 54.18 +13.0SynthBiol SYN ... ... ...dd 1.05 .19 965 .25 -51.8Sysco SYY 1.44 2.3 25 64.77 48.85 2127 63.35 +4.3Systemax SYX .22 .7 30 34.91 15.40 62 31.02 -6.8 T -TAL Educ s TAL ... ... ...cc 42.06 18.64 2263 40.90 +37.7TC PpLn TCP 2.60m 10.2 8 59.32 23.27 289 25.48 -52.0TCF Fncl TCF .60 2.3 16 26.13 14.58 1162 25.92 +26.4TCF Fn wt TCF/WS ... ... ... 5.45 .91 5.30 +34.4TCF deo pfC TCFpD ... ... ... 26.06 24.02 16 24.30 -5.6TCF F pfC TCFpC 1.61 6.4 ... 26.50 25.09 25.10 -2.3TCW Strat TSI .21 3.8 ...q 6.16 5.34 56 5.41 -7.8TE Connect TEL 1.76f 1.8 27 108.23 74.71 1024 95.31 +.3THL Crd21 TCRX ... ... ... 25.94 25.07 1 25.32 +.4THLCred22 TCRZ 1.69 6.6 ... 26.98 25.40 1 25.61 -1.2THLCSenL TSLF 1.32 7.5 ...q 18.53 16.30 23 17.54 +4.0TIM Part TSU .28e 1.4 ... 23.12 13.97 2016 19.47 +.8sTJX TJX 1.56f 1.8 21 87.24 66.44 3312 85.19 +11.4sTPG Pace n TPGE ... ... ... 10.65 9.67 1145 10.67 +9.5TPG Pac n TPGH ... ... ... 9.90 9.67 0 9.83 +1.0TPG RE n TRTX 1.68f 8.3 24 20.70 18.22 120 20.12 +5.6TPG SpLnd TSLX 1.56 8.2 9 21.74 17.00 280 19.08 -3.6TableauA DATA ... ... ...dd 97.09 57.25 965 92.76 +34.0TahoeRes TAHO .24 4.9 ... 9.68 3.76 2111 4.85 +1.3TailorBr TLRD .72 2.1 19 35.94 9.40 2495 34.45 +57.8Taiwan TWN ... ... ...q 22.25 18.95 4 20.97 +.5TaiwSemi TSM .73e 1.8 18 46.57 34.31 7579 39.79 +.4Takung n TKAT ... ... ... 7.01 1.88 1 2.37 -5.6TallgEGP n TEGP 1.95f 9.3 ...dd 28.94 17.14 200 20.97 -18.5TallgrsEn TEP 3.90f 9.1 11 52.84 34.37 280 43.02 -6.2TalosEn rs TALO ... ... ...dd 40.16 16.76 208 32.39 +.7StneEn wt SGY/WS ... ... ... 7.50 1.85 7.21 +44.2TangerFac SKT 1.40f 7.0 10 27.88 19.86 1221 20.13 -24.1TanzRy g TRX ... ... ... .68 .24 179 .56 +101.4Tapestry TPR 1.35 3.0 28 55.50 38.70 8128 44.34 +.2TargaRes TRGP 3.64 7.5 ... 52.08 39.59 1776 48.59 +.4TargaR pfA NGLSpA 2.25 8.4 ... 28.07 25.82 6 26.79 +1.2Target TGT 2.48 3.3 14 78.70 48.56 8591 75.23 +15.3TaroPhrm TARO ... ... 12 128.46 93.01 84 113.30 +8.2Taseko TGB ... ... ... 2.46 1.05 434 1.20 -48.5TataCom TCL ... ... ... 6.62 TataMotors TTM ... ... ... 37.62 22.56 2261 22.91 -30.7Taubmn TCO 2.62f 4.9 18 66.61 44.78 694 52.95 -19.1Taub pfJ TCOpJ 1.63 6.8 ... 25.63 23.61 11 23.78 -5.3Taub pfK TCOpK 1.56 6.7 ... 26.16 22.72 7 23.36 -7.4TaylorMH TMHC ... ... 14 28.42 19.68 1313 21.35 -12.8Team TISI ... ... ...dd 26.80 10.45 850 20.35 +36.6Technip FTI .13 ... 19 35.00 24.53 4117 33.18 +6.0TeckRes g TECK .16e ... ... 30.80 14.56 2295 28.71 +9.7Teekay TK .22 2.4 ...dd 10.90 5.14 605 9.00 -3.4TeekLNG TGP .56 3.1 ... 21.65 14.05 184 17.95 -10.9TeekLN pfA TGPpA 2.25 9.0 ... 26.36 24.20 11 24.90 -1.4TeekOffsh TOO .04m 1.3 ... 3.70 1.65 622 3.00 +27.1TeekOf pfA TOOpA 1.81 8.5 ... 24.49 12.69 20 21.40 -7.3TeekOf pfB TOOpB 2.13 9.1 ... 26.00 14.75 19 23.48 -5.5TeekOf pfE TOOpE 2.22 9.1 ... 25.10 24.30 18 24.42 -2.5TeekayTnk TNK .21 17.9 ... 2.20 1.08 1445 1.17 -16.4Tegna TGNA .28 2.6 6 15.61 10.00 2230 10.89 -22.7TejonRnch TRC ... ... ...cc 26.25 18.59 64 25.39 +22.3TeklaHlth HQH 1.92e 8.9 ...q 26.37 20.36 89 21.55 -4.4TeklaHcrOp THQ 1.35a 8.0 ...q 19.00 16.02 102 16.83 -3.9TeklaLfSci HQL 1.95e 10.2 ...q 22.24 18.01 27 19.05 -3.0TeklaWH n THW 1.40 10.6 ...q 15.39 12.47 109 13.19 -3.1TelInstEl TIK ... ... 38 6.35 2.05 11 2.69 +3.4sTeladoc n TDOC ... ... ... 49.64 27.35 743 49.45 +41.9Telaria n TLRA ... ... ...dd 5.30 3.42 286 4.10 +1.7TlcmArg TEO .71e 3.1 ... 40.19 21.13 674 22.59 -38.3TelItalia TI ... ... ... 11.28 7.57 100 9.06 +5.0TelItaliaA TI/A .30e 3.7 ... 9.60 6.27 39 8.06 +11.8Teledyne TDY ... ... 31 201.40 123.29 123 195.89 +8.1Teleex TFX 1.36 .5 32 288.78 195.36 340 259.10 +4.1TelefBrasil VIV .64e 4.9 15 17.33 12.45 1060 13.02 -12.2TelefEsp TEF 1.20e 12.6 ... 11.58 8.99 1585 9.47 -2.2TelData TDS .64f 2.5 9 29.87 23.54 491 26.01 -6.4TelData45 TDI 1.66 6.5 ... 26.61 23.29 0 25.38 -.7TelData 61 TDA 1.47 6.1 ... 25.64 23.11 8 24.23 -2.7TelData60 TDJ 1.75 6.9 ... 26.48 23.95 1 25.43 +.6TelData59 TDE 1.72 6.9 ... 26.21 24.26 6 25.06 -1.0Telus gs TU 2.10 ... ... 38.50 32.94 234 35.72 -5.7TmpDrgn TDF 4.00e 2.1 ...q 24.65 19.31 48 22.82 +6.1TmpEMF EMF 1.28e 2.0 ...q 18.00 14.58 35 15.81 -3.7TmpEMI TEI .80a 7.4 ...q 11.98 10.41 57 10.87 -2.7TmpGlb GIM .30 4.7 ...q 6.77 6.24 226 6.34 -1.9TempurSly TPX ... ... 14 68.05 41.10 1505 50.34 -19.7sTenaris TS .69e 1.7 ... 39.48 25.91 2826 39.49 +23.9sTenetHlth THC ... ... ...dd 33.33 12.25 967 33.50 +121.0Tengsco TGC ... ... ...dd 1.19 .55 28 .75 -6.3Tennant TNC .84 1.1 ...cc 77.20 59.00 74 75.25 +3.6Tenneco TEN 1.00 2.1 7 65.59 43.48 583 47.87 -18.2tTVA 28 TVC .96 4.0 ... 25.97 24.44 25 24.23 -3.5TVA 29 TVE .84 3.5 ... 26.98 23.71 22 23.89 -4.4Teradata TDC ... ... 23 42.84 27.05 855 38.02 -1.1Teradyn TER .36 1.0 29 50.68 29.68 4451 37.56 -10.3Terex TEX .40 .9 37 50.17 32.48 2144 42.14 -12.6Ternium TX 1.10e 2.7 13 42.43 24.60 638 41.18 +30.4TerraNitro TNH 5.15e 6.1 10 89.60 75.20 83.96 +5.2TerrenoRlt TRNO .88 2.4 33 39.27 31.56 311 37.29 +6.4TetraTech TTI ... ... ...dd 4.76 1.85 770 4.66 +9.1TeucrCorn CORN ... ... ...q 20.05 16.53 91 18.11 +8.0TeucrSug CANE ... ... ...q 11.30 7.30 76 7.55 -22.8TeucrWht WEAT ... ... ...q 8.43 5.80 84 6.53 +8.8TeucrSoyb SOYB ... ... ...q 19.64 17.27 25 18.25 +2.1TeucrmAgs TAGS ... ... ...q 25.70 21.17 22.47 +1.7TevaPhrm TEVA .73e 3.5 6 33.82 10.85 23886 20.88 +10.2TexPacLd TPL .29f ... ...cc 677.15 279.33 21 651.66 +45.9Textainer TGH .96 5.5 ...dd 26.50 10.15 93 17.35 -19.3Textron TXT .08 .1 42 66.16 45.00 1233 65.65 +16.0Thai TTF .25e ... ...q 11.31 8.58 11.27 +4.7ThermoFis TMO .68f .3 26 226.44 170.07 1357 210.67 +10.9Thermon THR ... ... 48 26.50 15.74 88 23.55 -.5ThirdPtRe TPRE ... ... 7 17.10 12.25 636 13.15 -10.2ThomsonR TRI 1.38 3.5 16 48.61 36.52 1578 38.97 -10.6Thor Inds THO 1.48 1.5 13 161.48 87.96 826 101.28 -32.83D Sys DDD ... ... 52 23.19 7.92 3022 13.12 +51.93M Co MMM 5.44f 2.7 30 259.77 191.44 2912 200.21 -14.9Tidwtr TDW 1.00 3.2 ...dd 35.98 .70 321 31.40 +28.7Tidwtr wtA TDW/WS/A ... ... ... Tidwtr wtB TDW/WS/B ... ... ... sTierREIT n TIER .72 3.4 ...cc 21.51 15.96 336 21.20 +4.0Tiffany TIF 2.00 1.9 35 111.44 84.15 1338 104.05 +.1Tillys TLYS ... ... 27 16.57 8.42 65 11.41 -22.7TimeWarn TWX 1.61 1.7 16 103.90 85.88 3692 94.19 +3.0Timken TKR 1.12f 2.3 19 55.65 41.85 645 49.10 -.1TimknSteel TMST ... ... ...dd 20.24 12.48 289 18.33 +20.7Titan Intl TWI .02 .2 ...dd 14.53 7.97 163 11.50 -10.7TollBros TOL .44f 1.1 13 52.73 36.55 2221 41.70 -13.2Tompkins TMP 1.92 2.3 24 90.50 71.27 58 82.09 +.9TootsieR TR .36b 1.3 26 37.48 27.45 127 28.60 -19.1TopBuild n BLD ... ... 34 84.03 51.16 323 79.77 +5.3Torchmark TMK .64 .8 7 93.60 74.33 399 85.30 -6.0Trchmk pfC TMKpC ... ... ... 27.68 25.44 9 26.25 -1.9Toro Co s TTC .80f 1.3 25 73.86 56.60 744 59.33 -9.0TorDBk gs TD 2.68f ... ... 61.06 46.58 757 59.08 +.9MonTNAPpl TPYP .45p ... ...q 24.31 20.22 11 22.78 -2.5TortWat n TBLU ... ... ... 30.84 25.31 1 28.80 -3.4TortEnInd NDP 1.75 13.3 ...q 15.81 10.70 58 13.20 -.6TortEnInf TYG 2.62 8.8 ...q 34.35 24.24 108 29.84 +2.6TortMLP NTG 1.69 8.8 ...q 21.09 14.91 66 19.15 +9.1TortPplE TTP 1.63m 9.0 ...q 21.36 15.55 29 18.02 -4.1TortPw&E TPZ 1.65 8.6 ...q 23.17 17.51 17 19.20 -6.8Total SA TOT 2.71e 4.3 ... 64.37 48.15 1729 63.21 +14.3TotalSys TSS .52f .6 22 90.74 57.53 1023 85.92 +8.6TowerIntl TOWR .48 1.7 13 33.65 21.00 55 28.80 -5.7TownsqMda TSQ .30 4.4 9 11.63 6.28 87 6.86 -10.7Toyota TM ... ... ... 140.99 103.62 101 137.35 +8.0TrCda g TRP 2.76 6.5 16 51.85 39.16 1188 42.78 -12.0TransEntx TRXC ... ... ...dd 5.00 .45 7410 2.85 +47.7TransUn n TRU .07p ... 28 69.70 41.07 481 69.20 +25.9Trnsalta g TAC .23 ... ... 6.60 5.00 14 5.25 -11.8TrnsatlPet TAT ... ... ...dd 2.18 .58 94 1.69 +21.6TrnsRty TCI .20p ... ...dd 52.00 18.30 11 43.50 +38.9TransDigm TDG 24.00 ... 22 338.89 249.57 302 323.52 +17.8TrnsMont TLP 2.48f 6.8 15 47.45 33.98 18 36.53 -7.4sTransocn RIG ... ... ...dd 13.50 7.20 12877 13.60 +27.3TrGasSur TGS ... ... ... 24.22 14.10 377 18.03 -18.9Travelers TRV 3.08f 2.4 17 150.55 113.76 840 130.15 -4.0Travelport TVPT .30 1.7 ... 18.06 12.10 1009 17.26 +32.1TrecoraRs TREC ... ... 18 14.40 10.25 24 13.35 -1.1sTredgar TG .44 2.1 28 21.15 14.65 76 21.15 +10.2TreeHseF THS ... ... 15 85.99 36.35 729 47.12 -4.7Trex TREX ... ... 32 125.93 61.57 291 111.23 +2.6TriPointe TPH ... ... 13 19.55 12.11 1851 16.35 -8.8TriContl TY 1.07e 3.9 ...q 28.32 22.63 85 27.14 +.7TriCntl pf TYp 2.50 5.0 ... 52.95 48.56 50.21 -.4TrianglCap TCAP 1.20 10.6 ... 18.50 8.91 427 11.28 +18.9Triangle 22 TCCA 1.59 6.3 ... 25.87 24.09 2 25.29 +.7TriangC 22 TCCB 1.59 6.3 ... 26.70 23.99 1 25.28 +.3TribMda A TRCO 1.00 2.6 73 43.71 34.81 737 37.98 -10.6TrilogyMtl TMQ ... ... ...dd 1.64 .58 191 1.35 +24.1TrimShrk n TTAC ... ... ... 36.76 28.51 9 35.80 +6.2TrimAllC n TTAI ... ... ... 29.03 24.67 2 27.42 +.9sTriNetGrp TNET ... ... 35 53.55 30.21 328 53.44 +20.5Trinity TRN .52 1.5 8 38.25 25.05 2335 35.75 -4.6TrinityPlce TPHS ... ... ... 7.59 5.86 14 6.92 -.4Trinseo SA TSE 1.44 1.9 9 85.35 57.70 353 76.25 +5.0TrioTch TRT ... ... 16 8.47 4.05 21 5.16 -26.4TriplePtV TPVG 1.44 11.0 8 14.19 11.12 52 13.14 +3.5TripPt22 n TPVY ... ... ... 26.99 24.77 2 25.22 -2.6sTriple-S GTS ... ... 31 33.48 15.05 325 34.62 +39.3TritonInt n TRTN 2.08f 5.9 ... 43.85 26.71 410 35.24 -5.9TriumphGp TGI .16 .7 5 34.80 21.50 821 23.30 -14.3Tronox TROX .18 1.0 42 28.40 12.88 699 17.62 -14.1TrueBlue TBI ... ... 15 29.50 19.30 202 25.20 -8.4Tsakos TNP .20 5.5 ... 5.27 3.11 174 3.65 -6.6TsakE pfB TNPpB 2.00 8.0 ... 26.08 24.80 1 25.09 -.8Tsakos pfC TNPpC 2.22 8.8 ... 26.29 25.00 4 25.30 -.8Tsakos pfD TNPpD 2.19 8.6 ... 25.93 24.04 9 25.60 +3.4TsaksE p E TNPpE ... ... ... 25.89 24.58 5 25.54 +1.3Tuppwre TUP 2.72 6.1 ...dd 73.61 40.78 451 44.93 -28.3Turkcell TKC ... ... ... 11.29 7.34 300 7.42 -27.3sTurnPtBr n TPB .16 .7 ... 23.79 14.45 183 23.74 +12.4TurqHillRs TRQ ... ... 27 3.59 2.44 7275 2.98 -13.1TutorPerini TPC ... ... 11 29.90 18.90 283 20.60 -18.722ndCentry XXII ... ... ...dd 4.44 1.33 1090 2.29 -18.2Twilio n TWLO ... ... ... 56.00 23.25 2527 53.72 +127.6Twitter TWTR ... ... ...dd 36.80 15.67 10832 32.77 +36.5TwoHrb pfA TWOpA 2.03 7.8 ... 28.17 25.38 2 26.10 -4.3TwoHrb pfB TWOpB 1.91 7.6 ... 27.06 24.54 13 25.24 -3.9TwoHrbI rs TWO 1.88 12.2 6 17.26 13.85 1299 15.47 -4.9TwoHrIn pfC TWOpC ... ... ... 25.38 23.26 12 24.03 -4.2TylerTech TYL ... ... 53 232.48 160.12 170 226.92 +28.2Tyson TSN 1.20 1.8 13 84.65 57.20 1739 68.56 -15.4U -sUBS 3xLCr WTIU ... ... ... 38.73 9.44 20 38.95 +65.5tUBS 3xInvC WTID ... ... ... 49.24 7.77 10 7.75 -49.3VelDlyIn n EXIV ... ... ... 61.00 26.21 11 39.63 -18.1VelLngVS n EVIX ... ... ... 23.61 9.60 9.60 -19.9UBS FILCG FBGX ... ... ...q 264.15 161.21 3 248.64 +9.4UBS2xSPDiv SDYL 3.40e 4.3 ...q 91.38 59.18 0 78.89 -7.7UBS Grp UBS .69e 4.3 ... 20.89 15.77 1925 16.08 -12.6 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE 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UDR UDR 1.29f 3.7 22 40.71 32.88 1792 35.00 -9.1UGI Corp UGI 1.04f 2.1 11 52.00 42.51 651 49.05 +4.5UMH Prop UMH .72 5.2 27 17.90 11.38 148 13.93 -6.5UMH pfB UMHpB 2.00 7.6 ... 28.16 25.95 0 26.35 -3.5UMH pfC UMHpC 1.69 6.7 ... 28.46 24.56 1 25.16 -7.4UQM Tech UQM ... ... ...dd 1.79 .69 91 1.11 -20.1US FdsHl n USFD ... ... 23 35.75 25.43 1116 35.28 +10.5US Geoth rs HTM ... ... ...cc 5.50 3.11 5.45 +58.0USPhysTh USPH .92 1.0 51 95.20 56.50 49 92.00 +27.4US Silica SLCA .25 .8 42 40.98 23.75 2646 32.99 +1.3USA Cmp USAC 2.10 11.7 ...cc 19.33 14.30 185 17.94 +8.5Usaa USA Vl ULVM ... ... ... 55.24 48.81 27 52.19 +.4Usaa SCVal USVM ... ... ... 53.15 47.00 22 52.97 +4.4USAA IntlVl UIVM ... ... ... 55.54 49.30 25 52.52 +2.1Usaa EMVl UEVM ... ... ... 56.13 48.97 15 51.58 +.4Usaa STrBd USTB ... ... ... 54.88 49.34 2 49.44 -1.3tUsaa IntBd UITB ... ... ... 50.30 48.15 3 48.14 -4.1sUSANA s USNA ... ... 29 113.65 52.80 111 114.20 +54.2sUSCF Oil n USOU ... ... ... 71.50 22.66 6 71.95 +67.4tUSCF ShOil USOD ... ... ... 26.29 5.86 5 5.81 -48.7USCF shpei BUY ... ... ... 27.03 23.45 26.25 +3.6USCF shpen BUYN ... ... ... 27.42 23.45 26.98 +4.1USD Ptrs USDP 1.41f 12.7 ... 14.43 9.00 6 11.10 -1.3USG USG ... ... 23 42.14 25.60 511 41.51 +7.7Ultrapar UGP .55e 3.7 ... 26.48 14.41 494 14.73 -35.2UndrArm s UAA ... ... 35 23.46 11.40 11555 20.52 +42.2UnAr C wi UA ... ... ... 21.81 10.36 6689 18.31 +37.5Uni UFI ... ... 15 39.21 27.21 66 31.56 -12.0UniFirst UNF .15 .1 24 176.15 135.95 66 173.50 +5.2UnilevNV UN 1.43e 2.6 ... 61.62 51.56 1021 55.83 -.9Unilever UL 1.48e 2.7 ... 60.13 50.74 1499 55.13 -.4UnionAc un LTN/U ... ... ... 10.30 10.00 10.18 +1.4UnionPac UNP 2.92 2.1 10 143.26 101.06 2180 141.36 +5.4UniqueF n UFAB .60 6.4 11 10.85 7.05 7 9.31 +25.5Unisys UIS ... ... ...dd 13.90 6.90 489 11.70 +43.6Unit UNT ... ... 12 26.82 15.29 268 22.66 +3.0UtdContl UAL ... ... 10 83.04 56.51 3385 69.74 +3.5UtdMicro UMC .09e 3.3 ... 2.75 1.96 301 2.73 +14.2UPS B UPS 3.64 3.1 20 135.53 101.45 1970 116.32 -2.4UtdRentals URI ... ... 9 190.74 100.62 1061 169.48 -1.4USNatGas UNL ... ... ...q 11.03 8.54 1 9.18 sUS12MoOil USL ... ... ...q 25.25 15.45 14 25.33 +21.1USAntimny UAMY ... ... ... .46 .20 29 .28 -11.3US Bancrp USB 1.20 2.4 14 58.50 49.03 5486 50.99 -4.8US Bcp pfA USBpA 35.49e 3.8 ... 931.70 873.48 927.23 +4.4US Bcp pfH USBpH .89e 3.9 ... 24.55 21.61 25 22.76 +.8US Bcp pfM USBpM 1.63 5.9 ... 30.37 27.24 79 27.66 -2.0US Bcp pfO USBpO 1.29 5.1 ... 26.50 23.95 10 25.12 -.6US Bc pfN USBpN ... ... ... sUS Brent BNO ... ... ...q 22.04 11.88 142 22.08 +22.0US Cellular USM ... ... 49 41.82 32.06 109 36.86 -2.0US Cellu60 UZA 1.74 6.8 ... 26.26 23.80 10 25.44 +.8US Cellu 63 UZB 1.81 7.0 ... 27.83 24.46 12 25.94 +.9US Cell64 UZC 1.81 6.9 ... 27.50 24.55 41 26.38 +1.8USCmdtyFd USCI ... ... ...q 44.95 36.98 70 44.89 +5.5USDslHtOil UHN ... ... ...q 21.25 12.90 1 21.25 +9.9sUS GasFd UGA ... ... ...q 35.42 22.30 23 35.92 +12.8USCoppFd CPER ... ... ...q 21.26 16.00 0 19.53 -7.3USAgriFd USAG ... ... ...q 17.98 15.87 16.55 +.2US NGas rs UNG ... ... ...q 30.88 20.40 2019 22.95 sUS OilFd USO ... ... ...q 14.44 8.65 13455 14.46 +20.4tUS ShrtOil DNO ... ... ...q 81.00 46.66 4 46.57 -18.0USSteel X .20 .5 22 47.64 19.20 9976 37.51 +6.6UtdTech UTX 2.80 2.2 22 139.24 109.10 3689 124.78 -2.2UtdhlthGp UNH 3.00 1.2 22 250.79 172.60 1906 241.72 +9.6UNITIL UTL 1.46 3.2 24 52.84 40.92 43 46.13 +1.1Univar n UNVR ... ... ...cc 31.95 25.79 1005 27.67 -10.6UnvslCp UVV 2.20 4.6 36 70.20 45.95 158 47.85 -8.9UnvHR UHT 2.64 4.5 34 84.90 53.00 41 58.38 -22.3UnivHlthS UHS .40 .3 15 128.15 95.26 340 118.48 +4.5sUniv Insur UVE .69a 2.0 12 35.00 15.08 284 35.15 +28.5UnvSecInst UUU ... ... ...dd 3.50 1.15 5 1.45 -14.7UnivTInst UTI .08 2.6 ...dd 3.80 2.21 23 3.12 +30.0UnumGrp UNM .92 2.4 2 58.73 37.57 2211 38.47 -29.9Ur-Energy URG ... ... 74 .79 .50 152 .74 +8.8UraniumEn UEC ... ... ...dd 2.00 .96 740 1.55 -12.4UrbnEdg n UE .88 4.3 24 26.19 19.51 709 20.32 -20.3UrstdBid UBP 1.06f 6.3 16 18.92 15.36 1 16.80 -.9UrsBidA UBA 1.08f 5.3 16 23.94 17.20 83 20.41 -6.1UrsBid pfG UBPpG 1.69 6.7 ... 26.60 24.81 25.20 -4.1UrstBid pfH UBPpH 1.56 6.7 ... 26.88 22.97 3 23.25 -11.1V -VF Corp VFC 1.84 2.3 42 84.38 52.35 1870 79.58 +7.5VICI Pr n VICI ... ... ... 21.33 17.58 3604 19.65 -5.9VOC EnTr VOC .47e 7.8 13 6.66 3.15 137 6.01 +1.5VaalcoE EGY ... ... ... 1.69 .68 683 1.51 +116.6VailRsrt MTN 5.88 2.5 50 239.54 197.48 223 235.99 +11.1sVale SA VALE .29e 1.9 15 15.00 7.65 23469 15.13 +23.7ValeantPh VRX ... ... 6 24.43 10.94 9148 22.08 +6.3ValeroE VLO 3.20 2.8 31 116.43 60.69 2685 114.99 +25.1ValeroEPt VLP 2.03f 5.0 15 48.66 33.25 35 40.22 -9.6Valhi VHI .08 1.2 63 9.24 2.13 425 6.90 +11.8Validus VR 1.52 2.3 15 67.80 41.15 529 67.48 +43.8Validus pfA VRpA ... ... ... 26.12 24.12 4 25.45 -1.8Validus pfB VRpB ... ... ... 26.23 24.15 17 25.16 -1.8VlyNBcp VLY .44 3.4 22 13.38 10.61 4635 12.76 +13.7VlyNB wt18 VLY/WS ... ... ... .33 .04 .15 +32.7VlyNBc pfA VLYpA 1.56 6.0 ... 31.79 25.83 9 26.20 -5.6VlyBcp pfB VLYpB ... ... ... 27.32 24.99 6 25.67 -2.9Valmont VMI 1.50 1.0 21 176.35 137.90 114 145.20 -12.5Valvoline n VVV .30 1.4 ... 25.63 19.86 853 20.94 -16.4VanEMGold OUNZ ... ... ...q 13.44 11.93 82 12.69 -1.2VanEGold GDX .06e .3 ...q 25.58 20.84 29644 22.29 -4.1VnE LgFl n LFEQ ... ... ... 28.49 24.98 29 26.59 +1.1VanE Grn n GRNB ... ... ... 27.50 25.81 8 26.09 -3.3VnEkSteel SLX .40e .8 ...q 51.91 35.06 82 51.59 +12.5MV Pharm PPH 1.30e 2.2 ...q 58.24 VnEkHiIn rs YMLP ... ... ...q 25.49 20.51 13 22.22 -4.8VanE Env EVX .53e .6 ...q 91.77 77.29 0 88.98 +2.4VanE 12-17 n ITML ... ... ... VanE USBd IGEM ... ... ...q 25.19 23.27 23.27 -5.4VanE EMHi HYEM 1.57 6.7 ...q 24.95 23.19 99 23.35 -4.6VanEHiYM HYD 1.45 4.7 ...q 31.47 30.22 280 31.14 -.2VanE ChiBd CBON .68e ... ...q 24.34 21.60 1 23.82 +4.9VnEkShHY SHYD .81 3.3 ...q 25.30 24.04 33 24.29 +.4VanE TrH n THHY ... ... ... VnEkRus RSX .01e ... ...q 24.33 18.11 5689 21.68 +2.2VanE BDC BIZD 1.47e 8.9 ...q 18.41 15.39 72 16.56 -.2VEckPfSec PFXF 1.24e 6.5 ...q 20.27 18.60 155 19.05 -3.1VanE FallA ANGL 1.63e 4.6 ...q 30.39 28.76 216 29.13 -2.7tVanE IntHY IHY 1.26 5.1 ...q 26.20 24.80 22 24.78 -3.3VanE Reit MORT 2.36e 8.2 ...q 25.41 21.20 25 23.15 -3.8VnEkCfMun XMPT 1.35 5.4 ...q 27.65 24.80 77 25.01 -6.1VanE EmM EMAG .92 4.4 ...q 22.45 20.70 20.90 -4.3VanE IGFlt FLTR .15e .6 ...q 25.42 25.13 377 25.33 +.2VanE EMBd EMLC .98 5.4 ...q 19.91 17.82 2231 18.03 -5.0VanEAltEn GEX 1.07e 1.7 ...q 64.75 57.00 11 62.11 +1.6VEckMun PRB .15e .6 ...q 24.71 24.08 0 24.31 +.1VnEkSMu SMB .20 1.2 ...q 17.67 17.05 29 17.16 -.5VanE LgMu MLN .62 3.1 ...q 20.43 19.41 44 19.70 -3.1VanEIntMu ITM .54 2.3 ...q 24.33 23.25 296 23.38 -2.9VnEkHiInInf YMLI 1.20 9.6 ...q 15.43 11.07 3 12.55 -6.6VanE GenDr GNRX ... ... ... 26.68 20.60 1 24.53 +.9VanE OilR CRAK ... ... ...q 33.21 22.33 21 32.81 +6.9V IntMoat MOTI ... ... ...q 36.88 32.70 8 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1.8 ...q 20.50 14.01 296 17.86 -.1VanEBrzSC BRF ... ... ...q 26.12 18.45 12 20.88 -11.0VanEIndo IDX .25e 1.1 ...q 26.90 21.05 8 21.78 -12.3VanENatRs HAP .64e 1.7 ...q 39.67 32.28 18 38.29 +3.1VanE VAfr AFK .53e 2.1 ...q 27.39 21.35 4 25.76 +3.6VanE Gam BJK 1.07e 2.2 ...q 50.18 38.91 30 49.31 +5.7VangLTBd BLV 3.92e 4.2 ...q 95.98 86.90 125 86.93 -8.6tVangIntBd BIV 2.17a 2.7 ...q 85.85 79.97 477 79.96 -4.6tVangSTBd BSV 1.08e 1.2 ...q 80.25 77.86 2315 77.85 -1.6VangTotBd BND 2.06e 2.3 ...q 82.71 78.37 2201 78.40 -3.9VangExDur EDV 4.81e 3.3 ...q 123.85 107.67 60 108.55 -10.3VangMegG MGK 1.33e 1.1 ...q 121.09 99.08 98 117.38 +5.4VangMegV MGV 1.53e 2.0 ...q 81.59 68.12 35 75.90 -.7VangMega MGC 1.47e 1.5 ...q 96.61 81.76 96.61 +5.3VanHiDvY VYM 2.10e 2.5 ...q 90.93 77.08 369 84.39 -1.4VangEMI VXF 1.13e 1.0 ...q 118.06 99.23 163 116.41 +4.2VangGrth VUG 1.38e .9 ...q 152.38 125.78 932 147.94 +5.2VangLgCp VV 1.84e 1.5 ...q 131.68 109.55 129 125.12 +2.1VangMidC VO 1.76e 1.1 ...q 164.17 140.54 648 157.53 +1.8VangSmCp VB 1.63e 1.1 ...q 155.86 131.25 362 153.92 +4.1VangSCG VBK 1.19e .7 ...q 173.32 141.74 134 172.61 +7.3VangSCV VBR 1.96e 1.5 ...q 138.96 118.55 209 134.95 +1.6VangTSM VTI 2.17e 1.5 ...q 146.87 122.64 1346 140.47 +2.3VangValu VTV 2.05e 1.9 ...q 113.46 94.73 995 105.57 -.7VangSP500 VOO 3.81e 1.5 ...q 263.37 219.23 2588 250.09 +2.0VangMCVal VOE 1.76e 1.6 ...q 117.97 101.23 263 111.16 -.4VangMCGr VOT .82e .6 ...q 136.45 115.92 82 133.28 +4.4VangREIT VNQ 3.08e 4.0 ...q 86.14 72.05 4400 76.12 -8.3VangDivAp VIG 1.82e 1.8 ...q 108.99 91.05 380 101.83 -.2VangAllWld VSS 2.83e 2.3 ...q 127.14 106.63 122 121.07 +1.5VangTotW VT 1.53e 2.0 ...q 78.12 67.02 78.12 +5.2VangAllW VEU 1.34e 2.4 ...q 58.90 49.58 1705 55.21 +.9VangEmg VWO 1.10e 2.4 ...q 50.99 40.29 7114 46.01 +.2VangPacif VPL 1.37e 1.9 ...q 77.96 64.78 518 73.87 +1.3VangEur VGK 1.71e 2.9 ...q 63.60 54.60 7662 59.92 +1.3VangTEBd VTEB .28e ... ...q 52.07 50.36 429 50.65 -2.0Vang500Gr VOOG 1.62e 1.1 ...q 149.28 121.74 31 144.85 +5.8Van500Val VOOV 2.01e 1.9 ...q 116.72 99.40 25 107.92 -1.9sVanSC600V VIOV 1.66e 1.2 ...q 138.38 114.49 9 138.72 +4.8sVanSC600G VIOG 1.13e .7 ...q 157.18 128.05 17 157.29 +7.8sVangSC600 VIOO 1.19e .8 ...q 148.15 121.82 28 148.58 +6.6VanMC400V IVOV 1.50e 1.2 ...q 126.33 109.00 8 123.06 +1.1VanMC400G IVOG 1.16e .8 ...q 142.23 118.23 23 138.68 +4.2VanMC400 IVOO 1.57e 1.2 ...q 134.59 113.66 12 131.02 +2.4VangFTSE VEA 1.10e 2.4 ...q 47.89 40.88 5840 45.35 +1.1VangCnD VCR 2.03e 1.2 ...q 171.48 138.69 41 164.58 +5.5VangCnS VDC 3.69e 2.8 ...q 151.29 126.78 111 129.65 -11.2VangEngy VDE 2.37e 2.2 ...q 107.20 83.80 304 106.88 +8.0VangFncl VFH .90e 1.3 ...q 75.48 58.63 403 71.27 +1.8VanHC Etf VHT 1.96e 1.2 ...q 171.30 139.00 82 157.78 +2.4VangIndl VIS 2.25e 1.6 ...q 151.28 125.41 77 140.12 -1.6VangInfT VGT 1.61e .9 ...q 186.36 139.43 330 182.20 +10.6VangMat VAW 2.12e 1.6 ...q 144.65 118.30 60 135.29 -1.0VangUtil VPU 3.41e 3.1 ...q 125.54 104.82 78 110.46 -5.3VangTel VOX 3.14e 3.8 ...q 96.48 81.62 106 83.39 -8.5VantageEn VEI ... ... ... VarianMed VAR ... ... 90 130.29 94.81 446 117.94 +6.1VectorGp VGR 1.60b 8.3 23 23.14 18.70 785 19.21 -14.2Vectren VVC 1.80 2.6 27 70.76 57.48 994 69.50 +6.9Vectrus VEC ... ... 14 41.48 25.17 135 30.37 -1.6VedantaLtd VEDL 1.20e 7.1 ... 21.99 13.85 778 16.98 -18.5VeevaSys VEEV ... ... 94 79.15 52.17 793 76.68 +38.7VenatorM n VNTR ... ... ... 26.90 17.03 744 18.06 -18.4Ventas VTR 3.16 6.1 14 72.36 46.55 2055 52.04 -13.3VentasR 43 VTRB 1.36 5.5 ... 25.80 24.15 3 24.86 -1.2Vereit VER .55 7.9 ...cc 8.75 6.52 9877 6.92 -11.2Vereit pf VERpR 1.68 6.7 ... 27.05 24.43 43 25.07 -2.0VeriFone PAY ... ... 17 23.14 14.90 960 22.83 +28.9Veritiv VRTV ... ... ...dd 46.10 20.35 70 31.55 +9.2VerizonCm VZ 2.36 4.9 7 54.77 42.80 9773 47.86 -9.6VerizonC 54 VZA 1.48 5.8 ... 27.23 25.39 50 25.57 -3.1VermilnE g VET 2.03 ... ... 40.59 29.91 334 34.18 -5.9sVerso Cp VRS ... ... ... 19.75 3.17 655 20.40 +16.1Versum VSM .24f .6 ... 42.74 30.57 385 39.28 +3.8ViadCorp VVI .40 .8 25 61.85 42.99 86 50.80 -8.3Vicon VII ... ... ...dd .76 .30 445 .36 -10.5VictSCHiD CSB .60e ... ...q 45.62 39.13 1 44.41 -.5VinaConc VCO .66e 1.5 ... 47.99 30.43 3 45.15 +22.1VinceHlg rs VNCE ... ... 3 9.52 3.20 25 8.88 +43.5Vipshop VIPS ... ... 26 19.14 7.79 34069 12.66 +8.0VirnetX VHC ... ... ...dd 8.75 2.10 367 3.10 -16.2VirDynCr n BLHY ... ... ... 25.49 24.36 6 24.57 -.9VirShUS n VESH ... ... ... 24.93 21.19 22.92 +.3ZweigTR ZTR .97 8.9 ...q 14.18 10.74 55 10.89 -18.7VirtGblMSc VGI 1.87 12.6 ...q 19.46 13.76 51 14.83 -15.3Visa s V .84 .6 43 132.50 92.43 5122 130.89 +14.8VishayInt VSH .34f 1.6 ...dd 23.85 15.95 1118 21.40 +3.1VishayPrc VPG ... ... 32 36.35 16.55 56 35.00 +39.2VistaGold VGZ ... ... ...dd .97 .60 64 .71 +1.4VistaOutd n VSTO ... ... ...dd 25.07 12.36 553 14.13 -3.0VistraEn n VST ... ... ... 24.39 14.70 3829 23.08 +26.0VitaminSh VSI ... ... 5 12.25 2.95 419 5.00 +13.6VivintSolar VSLR ... ... 16 6.10 2.70 492 4.10 +1.2VMware VMW ... ... 69 165.00 85.45 1040 138.58 +10.6VoceraCm VCRA ... ... ...dd 32.23 22.43 622 25.00 -17.3VolarisAv VLRS ... ... ... 16.00 5.47 775 5.66 -29.4VolitionRX VNRX ... ... ... 4.00 1.85 146 2.25 -23.5VoltInfoSci VISI ... ... ...dd 6.05 2.16 44 2.85 -25.0Vonage VG ... ... ...dd 11.94 6.28 1270 11.28 +10.9Vornado VNO 2.52 3.8 24 80.92 64.14 854 66.64 -14.8Vorndo pfK VNOpK 1.43 5.9 ... 25.87 23.64 10 24.18 -4.3Vorndo pfL VNOpL 1.35 5.9 ... 25.78 22.37 10 22.85 -8.2Vornad pfM VNOpM 1.31 6.0 ... 25.18 21.57 23 21.82 -13.1Voxeljet VJET ... ... ... 6.37 3.07 36 3.49 -23.7VoyaAsPcD IAE 1.02 9.9 ...q 11.38 10.04 22 10.33 -1.4VoyaEmHi IHD .92 10.0 ...q 9.86 8.47 30 9.19 +3.3VoyaFincl VOYA .04 .1 19 54.87 33.53 1263 53.66 +8.5VoyaGlAdv IGA 1.12 9.8 ...q 11.85 10.45 30 11.41 -.2VoyaGlbDv IGD .91 12.5 ...q 8.16 7.00 242 7.32 -5.5VoyaInfra IDE 1.46 9.5 ...q 17.66 14.35 40 15.42 -8.5VoyaIntHD IID .83 12.0 ...q 7.94 6.69 11 6.88 -8.7VoyaPrRTr PPR .29 5.7 ...q 5.44 4.98 2020 5.13 +1.2VoyaNatRs IRR .81 12.7 ...q 7.00 5.63 52 6.34 +1.3VulcanM VMC 1.12 .9 27 141.20 108.17 1117 128.22 -.1W -W&T Off WTI .40 5.1 14 8.04 1.81 4341 7.84 +136.9WBI TacGr WBIA .03e .1 ...q 26.51 22.50 6 24.30 -3.3WBI TactV WBIB .08e .3 ...q 27.48 23.67 8 24.29 -7.8WBI TacYd WBIC .28e 1.2 ...q 23.53 20.92 8 22.55 +.8WBI TacSel WBID .05e .2 ...q 25.62 21.85 7 23.81 -2.8WBI LCTG WBIE .19e .7 ...q 28.05 23.50 9 25.93 -.4WBI LCTV WBIF .22e .8 ...q 30.46 25.25 13 28.17 -2.6WBI LCTY WBIG .31e 1.2 ...q 28.00 22.29 11 25.60 -1.0WBI LCTS WBIL .04e .1 ...q 29.15 24.55 7 26.75 -2.5WBI PwFact WBIY ... ... ... 27.90 22.34 23 26.91 +1.2WBITacRot WBIR ... ... ... 26.78 24.02 9 25.72 +1.1WBI TacInc WBII .26e 1.1 ...q 25.76 23.89 15 23.93 -5.7WBI THiInc WBIH .45e 1.9 ...q 25.43 23.47 66 23.85 -4.4WEC Engy WEC 2.21 3.6 19 70.09 58.92 1268 60.97 -8.2sWEX Inc WEX ... ... 35 179.50 99.90 221 180.74 +28.0WGL Hold WGL 2.06f 2.3 17 88.34 80.91 264 88.11 +2.6WNS Hldg WNS ... ... 26 49.85 31.47 199 48.56 +21.0WP Carey WPC 4.06f 6.3 18 72.41 59.23 283 64.73 -6.1WPP plc WPP 3.91e 4.5 ... 109.20 76.68 96 87.24 -3.7WPX Engy WPX ... ... ...dd 19.17 8.39 6686 18.58 +32.1WPX pfA WPXp 1.56 2.0 ... 79.29 42.50 30 77.34 +25.0Wabash WNC .30 1.5 15 26.54 18.25 567 20.48 -5.6WABCO WBC ... ... 18 162.20 118.11 486 128.56 -10.4Wabtec WAB .48 .5 29 95.54 69.20 690 94.57 +16.1WaddellR WDR 1.00m 5.2 13 23.82 16.36 768 19.22 -14.0WageWrks WAGE ... ... 30 74.40 38.40 276 43.30 -30.2WalMart WMT 2.08f 2.4 19 109.98 73.13 13569 86.13 -12.8WalkerDun WD ... ... 8 61.44 42.66 244 55.40 +16.6 WarrMet n HCC .20 ... ... 28.25 7.40 1222 27.19 +37.9WashPrGp WPG 1.00 14.8 18 9.79 5.40 2257 6.74 -5.3WashPr pfH WPGpH 1.88 8.6 ... 25.56 20.05 12 21.78 -11.5WashPr pfI WPGpI 1.72 8.7 ... 25.99 19.11 23 19.80 -20.1WREIT WRE 1.20 4.3 27 33.96 24.92 379 27.88 -10.4WasteCon s WCN .56 ... 40 76.48 61.35 472 75.28 +6.1WsteMInc WM 1.85 2.3 17 89.73 70.61 1336 81.62 -5.4Waters WAT ... ... 29 220.20 171.32 829 190.65 -1.3Watsco WSO 5.80f 3.2 34 192.94 139.27 274 180.30 +6.0WatscoB WSO/B 5.00f 2.9 36 191.01 142.00 175.00 +3.6WattsWtr WTS .84f 1.1 26 84.25 59.15 137 77.05 +1.4Wayfair W ... ... ...dd 100.14 55.33 850 85.05 +6.0WeathfIntl WFT ... ... ...dd 5.48 2.07 10528 3.56 -14.6sWebsterFn WBS 1.32f 2.0 22 64.45 44.04 522 64.53 +14.9WtWatch WTW ... ... 74 81.93 25.50 1446 81.66 +84.4WeinRlt WRI 1.58f 5.8 9 33.83 25.67 459 27.13 -17.5WeisMk WMK 1.20 2.3 24 58.75 31.26 97 51.07 +23.4Welbilt WBT ... ... ... 23.77 18.34 781 19.31 -17.9Wellcare WCG ... ... 25 221.75 162.25 190 217.09 +7.9WellsF pfJ WFCpJ 2.00 7.7 ... 27.73 25.45 107 26.02 +1.4WellsF pfL WFCpL 75.00 5.9 ... 1359.86 1256.66 35 1276.00 -2.6WellsF pfN WFCpN 1.30 5.3 ... 25.43 23.51 31 24.60 -2.0WellsF pfO WFCpO 1.28 5.2 ... 25.36 23.40 50 24.52 -2.4WellsF pfP WFCpP 1.31 5.3 ... 25.71 23.69 25 24.67 -2.1WellsF pfQ WFCpQ 1.46 5.6 ... 28.06 25.60 159 25.85 -4.3WellsF pfR WFCpR 1.66 6.0 ... 30.47 26.87 54 27.62 -3.5WellsF pfT WFCpT 1.50 5.9 ... 26.78 25.09 21 25.59 -3.3WellsFargo WFC 1.56 2.8 13 66.31 49.27 16432 55.04 -9.3WellsF wt WFC/WS ... ... ... 30.82 16.15 30.65 +11.5WellsF pfY WFCpY ... ... ... 26.50 24.33 81 24.90 -4.0WellsF pfX WFCpX ... ... ... 26.16 24.15 70 24.85 -2.7WellsF pfW WFCpW ... ... ... 26.65 24.32 50 25.11 -3.4WellsF pfV WFCpV ... ... ... 26.82 25.00 31 25.88 -3.5EvgGlbDiv EOD .54m 9.5 ...q 6.51 5.57 151 5.70 -3.9WFAdvInco EAD .82 10.1 ...q 8.97 7.80 95 8.08 -3.8WFAdMSec ERC 1.16 9.1 ...q 13.65 12.66 92 12.78 -2.1WFREI pf WFEpA 1.59 6.2 ... 27.40 25.20 10 25.78 -2.7WFAdUtlHi ERH .90 7.4 ...q 13.59 9.51 16 12.24 -7.3Welltower WELL 1.68e 3.1 13 78.17 49.58 2142 54.84 -14.0Welltwr pfI HCNpI 3.25 5.7 ... 69.82 54.50 45 56.60 -5.5WescoAir WAIR ... ... ...dd 11.30 6.05 499 10.40 +40.5Wesco Intl WCC ... ... 18 69.35 48.95 596 59.45 -12.8WestPhrm WST .56 .6 38 103.36 80.02 291 88.85 -10.0WestarEn WR 1.60 3.0 24 57.32 47.06 529 53.66 +1.6WstnAlliB WAL ... ... 18 62.49 44.64 613 61.71 +9.0WstnAll56 WALA 1.56 6.1 ... 26.71 25.15 4 25.49 -2.8WstACpLn TLI .87 8.4 ...q 11.69 10.30 24 10.39 -1.2WAstEMkt EMD .84 6.1 ...q 16.16 13.59 211 13.72 -11.8WsADefOp GDO 1.36 8.2 ...q 18.58 16.41 39 16.51 -8.3tWAstGlbHi EHI 1.16 12.5 ...q 10.40 9.25 106 9.27 -9.3WstAstHI2 HIX .80 13.5 ...q 7.37 5.97 234 6.54 -6.2WAHiInOp HIO .43 8.8 ...q 5.21 4.76 222 4.84 -4.5WAstHYOp HYI 1.32 9.0 ...q 16.14 14.47 90 14.65 -3.1WstnAsst PAI .69 5.0 ...q 17.37 13.32 15 13.70 -13.5WstnAsInt SBI .48 5.5 ...q 9.98 8.58 30 8.70 -6.6WAstDefOp IGI 1.20 5.7 ...q 23.67 19.85 11 20.93 -8.4tWAMgdMu MMU .78 6.1 ...q 14.60 12.70 143 12.69 -9.9WstAstMtg WMC 1.24e 12.1 8 10.95 8.54 305 10.24 +2.9WAMtDOp DMO 2.82a 11.6 ...q 27.29 22.88 54 24.40 -1.1WA MunDef MTT 1.01a 4.8 ...q 23.85 20.45 33 21.14 +1.2WstAMunHi MHF .34 4.6 ...q 8.05 7.08 36 7.28 -1.6WAMunPrt MNP .87 6.2 ...q 16.26 13.94 19 14.05 -7.7tWAstBdF WEA 1.08 8.5 ...q 14.40 12.65 21 12.66 -8.3WstAVari GFY .93 5.5 ...q 17.79 16.59 9 17.00 -2.1WAstInfSc WIA .38 3.4 ...q 12.10 11.10 63 11.34 -3.8WAstInfOpp WIW .40 3.6 ...q 11.75 10.94 92 11.11 -2.7WstC&G gs WRN ... ... ... 1.44 .71 91 .84 -16.8WstnGasEq WGP 2.19f 6.2 22 45.03 31.63 536 35.42 -4.7WstnGasPt WES 3.74f 7.2 42 57.15 40.44 292 51.79 +7.7WstnRef wi WNR ... ... ... WstnUnion WU .76f 3.8 11 22.21 18.38 3994 20.02 +5.3sWestlkChm WLK 1.59f 1.3 12 121.30 60.23 607 120.73 +13.3WestlkCLP WLKP 1.55 6.9 16 25.65 21.10 39 22.35 -10.4WestmRs s WMLP .46m 42.8 ...dd 4.60 .98 38 1.08 -61.3WestpacBk WBK 1.52e 7.0 ... 26.38 21.13 388 21.84 -10.4WestRck WRK 1.72 2.8 18 71.55 51.95 1634 61.89 -2.1WestwdH WHG 2.72 4.7 12 71.00 53.00 41 58.01 -12.4Weyerhsr WY 1.28f 3.5 32 37.89 30.95 3341 36.13 +2.5WheatPr g WPM .28e ... 27 22.72 18.32 1162 21.47 -3.0Whrlpl WHR 4.60f 2.9 33 202.99 145.59 2061 159.56 -5.4WhtMtIns WTM 1.00 .1 59 903.26 786.23 62 884.82 +3.9WhiteWB wi WWAV/B/WI ... ... ... WhitestnR WSR 1.14 9.9 29 15.15 10.06 465 11.57 -19.7sWhitngPet rs WLL ... ... ...dd 49.33 15.88 2743 49.64 +87.5WidOpW n WOW ... ... ... 17.89 6.03 395 8.28 -21.7WidePoint WYY ... ... ...dd .73 .40 105 .48 -25.8WildhRs n WRD ... ... ... 29.67 10.36 2604 25.26 +37.2WileyJA JW/A 1.20 1.8 22 68.40 50.08 194 66.90 +1.7WileyJB JW/B 1.20 1.8 22 68.00 50.52 0 66.58 +1.4WLyonHm WLH ... ... 13 32.95 18.85 1172 24.60 -15.4WmsCos WMB 1.36 5.0 10 33.67 24.00 6927 27.37 -10.2WillmsPtrs WPZ 2.46f 6.4 45 44.06 32.74 2291 38.42 -.9WmsSon WSM 1.72f 3.6 14 56.38 42.68 1392 48.38 -6.4Winnbgo WGO .40 1.1 15 58.65 24.15 570 37.80 -32.0Wipro s WIT .03e .6 ... 6.40 4.54 415 4.67 -14.6WirelessT WTT ... ... ...dd 2.64 1.35 41 2.43 WT IntQua IQDG ... ... ... 32.75 27.93 13 31.11 +1.4WT ST HiYl SFHY ... ... ... 50.79 48.47 1 49.54 +1.1WT ShTr n SFIG ... ... ... 49.88 48.58 48.71 -1.3WT HiYld n WHFY ... ... ... 52.27 48.87 1 49.24 -2.2WT Corp n WFIG ... ... ... 50.34 47.40 47.48 -5.0WT EmMDv DVEM ... ... ... 36.70 29.65 5 33.69 +1.5WT G exMx XMX ... ... ... 31.68 26.79 29.96 +1.1WT DyCEu DDEZ ... ... ... 33.88 29.43 0 32.06 +1.8WT DyInEq DDWM ... ... ... 32.00 28.25 10 30.88 +1.1WT DyInSm DDLS ... ... ... 34.74 30.07 7 33.53 +.1WT DynCJp DDJP ... ... ... 31.29 27.03 29.65 -.7WTBearEq DYB ... ... ...q 26.34 24.64 7 25.98 -.3WT LgSEq DYLS ... ... ...q 34.53 29.07 24 33.13 +1.7WT EuLoc EZR ... ... ... 34.19 27.88 0 31.76 +2.0WT GlExUS HDRW ... ... ... 29.34 26.12 27.52 -1.6WT SCDiv HGSD ... ... ...q 26.52 23.81 26.13 -.3WT GlSmC GSD ... ... ... 35.24 30.06 32.60 -1.4WTWkDUSE USWD ... ... ...q 34.04 28.95 32.50 +2.5WT StrDl n EMSD ... ... ... 29.79 27.09 28.46 +1.8WT DomE n WUSA ... ... ... 33.00 27.87 31.10 -1.2WT JpnHCr DXJH 4.10e .6 ...q 38.12 32.26 37.83 +2.7tWTUSEnYd AGGY 1.44 3.0 ...q 55.58 48.30 77 48.23 -4.9WTxUSDiv DXUS .04e ... ...q 28.05 25.16 26.19 -2.6WTEurSmC EUSC .53e ... ...q 32.83 28.83 17 32.06 +3.1WT PutStr PUTW ... ... ... 30.04 26.65 10 29.38 +1.1WT EMexSt XSOE .77e 2.4 ...q 35.10 26.36 17 31.77 -.3WT JpDvG JHDG ... ... ...q 30.34 25.63 1 28.92 -.1WTIntHDv IHDG .70e 1.4 ...q 32.86 29.34 36 32.50 +2.6WT EurDiv EUDG .51e 1.9 ...q 28.46 24.74 3 26.88 -.3WTFltRtTr USFR ... ... ...q 27.90 24.96 80 25.11 +.4WT EurHdg HEDJ 3.51e 2.2 ...q 66.99 60.26 498 66.82 +4.9WT AsiaDb ALD 1.02 2.3 ...q 46.97 44.40 0 44.53 -2.6WTEmLDbt ELD 1.74 4.8 ...q 40.08 36.10 15 36.49 -5.1WT GlRlR n RRF ... ... ... 40.35 WisDynCu n DHDG ... ... ... 26.16 23.26 10 25.58 +2.1WisYldEn n SHAG ... ... ... 52.53 48.69 3 48.76 -2.0Wis US Mul USMF ... ... ... 29.45 24.68 6 28.74 +3.4GrnHCmdty GCC ... ... ...q 19.78 17.92 25 19.37 +.8WT Diefa DWM .74e 1.3 ...q 59.63 51.45 32 56.21 +.8WT DefaEq DTH 1.75e 3.9 ...q 47.40 41.49 144 44.52 +.3WTDv exF DTN 2.48e 2.9 ...q 92.93 80.20 7 86.70 -1.9WTEurEq DEW 1.75e 3.7 ...q 51.17 44.94 23 47.25 -2.6WTEurSC DFE 1.48e 2.1 ...q 75.61 63.66 129 71.12 +.8WT EqInco DHS 2.10e 3.0 ...q 75.26 66.21 17 69.15 -5.1WTIntD exF DOO 2.01e 4.5 ...q 46.39 40.29 7 44.40 +2.3WT IntLC DOL 1.69e 3.3 ...q 54.18 46.87 9 51.06 +.8WTIntMC DIM 1.53e 2.2 ...q 73.72 63.06 4 69.97 +1.4WTIntSC DLS 1.16e 1.5 ...q 81.62 68.71 106 77.47 +.9WTGxUSDv DNL .99e 1.7 ...q 62.84 52.50 3 58.92 -.5WTJpnSC DFJ 1.26e 1.5 ...q 85.64 68.86 27 82.45 +2.5WTJpHedg DXJ 1.37e 2.4 ...q 62.78 50.80 946 58.11 -2.1WT LCD DLN 1.84e 2.0 ...q 97.25 82.74 34 90.41 -1.9WT MCD s DON ... ... ...q 36.59 31.65 154 35.02 -.7WTAustDiv AUSE 1.46e 2.6 ...q 61.99 54.24 4 56.97 -4.3 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page A -:A-MarkPM AMRK .32 2.5 44 18.83 10.39 7 13.06 -10.9AAON AAON .26 .9 36 40.25 29.05 293 29.80 -18.8AC Immun n ACIU ... ... ... 13.91 6.03 6 10.06 -21.4ACI Wwde ACIW ... ... ...cc 26.37 20.23 1138 23.26 +2.6ACM Rsc n ACMR ... ... ... 15.60 4.74 16 11.75 +123.8ACNB Cp ACNB .92f 2.9 17 32.00 24.45 8 31.55 +6.8AGNC Inv AGNC 2.16 11.4 7 22.34 17.84 3180 18.88 -6.5AGNC pfB AGNCB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.87 25.28 4 25.58 -1.0AGNC pfC AGNCN 1.75 6.8 ... 26.79 24.95 50 25.68 -.2ALJ Reg n ALJJ ... ... ... 3.78 1.77 129 1.91 -39.4AMAG Ph AMAG ... ... ...dd 24.55 11.93 648 24.05 +81.5AMC Net AMCX ... ... 12 67.44 46.89 481 57.53 +6.4ANGI Hme ANGI ... ... ... 15.77 10.24 206 14.16 +35.4ANI Ph h ANIP ... ... 26 74.70 42.23 99 62.99 -2.3ARC Grp ARCW ... ... ...dd 4.00 1.80 1 2.30 +9.5ARCAbio rs ABIO ... ... ...dd 2.71 .45 299 .56 -58.4ARMO Bi n ARMO ... ... ... 57.19 25.10 504 49.88 +67.7ASLAN n ASLN ... ... ... 6.83 5.08 45 6.20 +10.5ASML Hld ASML 1.71e .8 41 216.00 126.03 476 202.88 +16.7ASV Hld n ASV ... ... ... 10.80 6.22 16 6.99 -31.1ATA Inc ATAI .41e 7.7 ...dd 6.62 3.04 4 5.30 +14.7ATN Intl ATNI .68 1.3 ...dd 71.25 49.50 84 51.85 -6.2AV Homes AVHI ... ... 4 20.50 14.65 130 16.80 +.9AXT Inc AXTI ... ... 21 10.75 5.80 236 6.65 -23.6sAbaxis ABAX .72f .9 71 78.53 43.66 4238 83.34 +68.3AbeonaTh ABEO ... ... ...dd 22.75 4.55 869 21.00 +32.5Abeona wt ABEOW ... ... ... 17.56 2.50 9.55 -17.7tAbility rs ABIL ... ... ... 16.90 2.37 44 2.48 -43.6sAbiomed ABMD ... ... ...cc 383.33 129.80 490 381.97 +103.8Ablynx n ABLX ... ... ... 55.29 17.75 9 52.87 +111.6Aboro n ABP ... ... ... Abraxas AXAS ... ... 41 2.99 1.45 785 2.86 +16.3AcaciaC n ACIA ... ... ...dd 50.10 24.72 1335 33.33 -8.0AcaciaTc ACTG .50 13.0 ...dd 5.50 2.90 303 3.85 -4.9AcadiaHlt ACHC ... ... 18 54.34 26.92 1045 42.00 +28.7AcadiaPh ACAD ... ... ...dd 41.20 14.51 2491 18.50 -38.6Acasti g rs ACST ... ... ...dd 3.36 .60 89 .68 -27.5AccelrDiag AXDX ... ... ...dd 30.45 16.75 523 21.65 -17.4Acceleron XLRN ... ... ...dd 46.93 24.37 552 34.80 -18.0AccessNt ANCX .60 2.2 24 30.99 24.36 43 27.62 -.8Accuray ARAY ... ... ...dd 6.15 3.60 405 4.80 +11.6AcelRx ACRX ... ... ...dd 5.75 1.55 1303 3.05 +50.6AcerTh rs ACER ... ... ... 22.63 5.70 5 19.25 +39.0AcetoCorp ACET .04m 1.4 ...dd 17.10 2.22 443 2.82 -72.7Achaogen AKAO ... ... ...dd 27.49 9.83 828 12.89 +20.0AchvLfS rs ACHV ... ... ...dd 6.27 1.01 17 1.15 -14.4Achillion ACHN ... ... ...dd 5.66 2.58 900 3.57 +24.0AclarisTh n ACRS ... ... ...dd 30.08 16.01 343 19.43 -21.2AcordaTh ACOR ... ... ...dd 29.60 13.60 383 24.45 +14.0ActivsBliz ATVI .34f .5 45 79.63 53.66 4906 70.33 +11.1Acxiom ACXM ... ... ...cc 32.93 18.60 837 27.56 AdamasPh ADMS ... ... ...dd 44.00 13.50 745 31.59 -6.8AdamisPh ADMP ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.35 1221 4.08 -7.4Adaptim n ADAP ... ... ... 14.63 4.28 499 12.31 +84.3AddusHmC ADUS ... ... 44 55.75 30.95 93 52.85 +51.9ADDvtgTch AEY ... ... ...dd 2.33 1.21 25 1.29 -12.2 AdestoTc n IOTS ... ... ...dd 9.95 4.00 135 8.70 +34.9AdmaBio ADMA ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.01 376 5.13 +59.8AdobeSy ADBE ... ... 70 243.34 130.82 1843 237.39 +35.5Adomani n ADOM ... ... ... 18.31 .50 75 .63 -85.7Adtran ADTN .36 2.4 40 25.10 14.30 298 14.70 -24.0AduroBio n ADRO ... ... ...dd 14.05 5.83 266 8.30 +10.7AdvEmis n ADES 1.00 8.6 3 12.20 7.00 181 11.58 +19.9AdvEnId AEIS ... ... 18 95.00 57.35 235 66.29 -1.8AdvMatls CDTI ... ... ...dd 3.55 1.09 1.17 -25.8AMD AMD ... ... ... 15.65 9.04 73304 12.82 +24.7Advaxis wt ADXSW ... ... ... 5.18 .62 .87 -13.3Advaxis ADXS ... ... ...dd 9.55 1.51 781 1.87 -34.2AdverumBi ADVM ... ... ...dd 8.59 2.40 618 6.15 +75.7AdvS Vice n ACT ... ... ... 29.50 24.23 7 25.18 -3.9Aegion AEGN ... ... 22 28.19 19.11 122 25.31 -.5AegleaBio n AGLE ... ... ...dd 11.35 2.81 294 10.77 +99.1AehrTest h AEHR ... ... ... 4.83 2.12 46 2.30 -15.1Aemetis AMTX ... ... ...dd 3.12 .45 34 1.75 +218.2AeriePhm AERI ... ... ...dd 66.60 38.23 245 51.20 -14.3AeroViron AVAV ... ... 59 62.20 30.03 737 52.82 -5.9AEtern g rs AEZS ... ... ...dd 3.29 .82 249 1.83 -22.5Aethlon rs AEMD ... ... ...dd 3.85 .79 140 1.32 +16.8AeviGeno GNMX ... ... ...dd 2.65 .98 142 1.51 +25.8AffimedNV AFMD ... ... ...dd 2.85 1.15 887 2.43 +86.5Agenus AGEN ... ... ...dd 6.19 3.06 1153 3.40 +4.3AgileThera AGRX ... ... ...dd 5.60 1.93 44 2.62 -2.6Agilysys AGYS ... ... ...dd 13.00 9.32 133 12.10 -1.5AgiosPhm AGIO ... ... ...dd 89.33 45.96 289 86.20 +50.8AgroFresh AGFS ... ... 15 9.05 4.94 129 6.97 -5.8AgroFr wt AGFSW ... ... ... 1.25 .13 .50 +22.0AileronT n ALRN ... ... ... 15.48 5.01 31 5.39 -48.9Aimmune n AIMT ... ... ...dd 42.00 15.97 409 29.96 -20.8AirT Inc AIRT ... ... ...dd 34.83 14.40 1 30.50 +23.5AirTrnsp ATSG ... ... ...dd 27.67 19.17 310 21.74 -6.1AirMedia AMCN ... ... ...dd 2.87 .61 118 .66 -42.6Airgain n AIRG ... ... 33 15.54 7.31 47 8.17 -9.1AkamaiT AKAM ... ... 68 78.28 44.65 2247 74.59 +14.7AkariTh rs AKTX ... ... ... 11.95 1.70 51 1.88 -56.6AkceaTh n AKCA ... ... ... 33.99 8.10 190 22.81 +31.4AkebiaTher AKBA ... ... ...dd 20.25 8.93 363 10.58 -28.9AkersBios AKER ... ... ...dd 1.82 .12 5258 .53 +295.5Akorn Inc AKRX ... ... 40 33.95 10.76 1348 14.04 -56.4Akoustis n AKTS ... ... ... 10.80 4.86 142 6.79 +9.0Alarm.cm n ALRM ... ... 42 49.49 31.28 320 40.74 +7.9AlaskCom ALSK ... ... 58 2.91 1.39 173 1.73 -35.4Albireo ALBO ... ... ... 39.87 15.31 147 33.74 +31.8Alcentra ABDC .72 10.5 ...dd 14.40 5.90 38 6.84 -18.5AlderBioPh ALDR ... ... ...dd 20.00 8.60 1167 15.05 +31.4AldeyraTh ALDX ... ... ... 11.90 3.90 119 8.90 +30.9Alexion lf ALXN ... ... 46 149.34 96.18 1031 121.00 +1.2Alico ALCO .24 .8 ...dd 34.80 25.55 2 31.30 +6.1AlignTech ALGN ... ... ...cc 296.47 134.68 881 287.96 +29.6AlimeraSci ALIM ... ... ...dd 1.65 .76 237 .79 -41.0Alkermes ALKS ... ... ...dd 71.22 41.15 1435 47.68 -12.9AllgnceBc n ABTX ... ... 30 43.25 31.75 36 42.40 +12.6AllegiantT ALGT 2.80 1.7 13 181.45 111.54 117 161.00 +4.0AllenaPh n ALNA ... ... ... 17.56 6.13 77 16.17 +60.7AlliHold AHGP 2.99f 11.5 7 31.79 22.56 50 25.89 -3.4All MMA n AMMA ... ... ... 3.07 .31 41 .37 -68.0 AllnceRes ARLP 2.06f 11.5 5 23.05 15.55 135 17.90 -9.1AldHlPrd rs AHPI ... ... ...dd 5.25 1.64 30 2.66 +27.3AlliedMot AMOT .12f .3 46 47.66 22.78 38 47.28 +42.9Alliqua rs ALQA ... ... ...dd 4.60 1.58 19 2.27 +25.4AllotComm ALLT ... ... ...dd 6.09 4.74 14 5.25 -1.5AllscriptH MDRX ... ... ...dd 16.13 10.78 1202 12.64 -13.1AlnylamP ALNY ... ... ...dd 153.99 62.60 972 101.59 -20.0AlphaOmg AOSL ... ... 20 20.40 12.92 191 14.71 -10.1Alphabet C GOOG ... ... 28 1186.89 894.79 990 1081.77 +3.4Alphabet A GOOGL ... ... 33 1198.00 915.31 1281 1084.09 +2.9Alphatc rs ATEC ... ... ...dd 4.27 1.58 175 3.66 +37.6AlpImmu n ALPN ... ... ...dd 12.87 2.15 12 8.12 -27.5AlpsRtSec n SWIN ... ... ... 31.35 26.11 4 31.17 +4.7Altaba AABA ... ... ...cc 80.56 47.74 2301 77.02 +10.3sAltair A n ALTR ... ... ...dd 34.01 16.55 909 35.16 +47.0Altimm rs ALT ... ... ...dd 5.70 .48 2943 .58 -71.1Altisrce n ASPS ... ... 2 31.49 18.53 79 29.16 +4.1AltraIndlM AIMC .68 1.6 24 53.70 38.80 53 42.70 -15.3AmTrstFn AFSI .34 2.5 ...dd 16.37 8.80 868 13.35 +32.6Amarin AMRN ... ... ... 4.60 2.66 974 3.20 -20.2Amazon AMZN ... ... ...cc 1638.10 927.00 2535 1587.28 +35.7AmbacF wt AMBCW ... ... ... 12.50 5.04 5.76 +.3AmbacFin AMBC ... ... 8 22.02 13.17 600 19.14 +19.8Ambarella AMBA ... ... 27 66.23 40.06 3885 54.41 -7.4Amdocs DOX 1.00 1.5 18 71.72 60.82 641 65.82 +.5Amedica rs AMDA ... ... ... 6.94 1.05 1428 1.28 -60.9Amedisys AMED ... ... 42 74.16 45.60 264 72.85 +38.2AMERCO UHAL 2.50e ... 18 400.99 326.30 104 354.35 -6.2AmeriHld n AMRH ... ... ... 13.50 1.10 63 1.13 -63.7AmerHl wt AMRHW ... ... ... 7.58 .25 .84 +9.8AFMulti ATAX .50 8.0 22 6.50 5.75 93 6.28 +3.7AmCarM CRMT ... ... 13 56.80 33.05 14 54.40 +21.8AmAirlines AAL .40 .9 7 59.08 40.65 7493 44.06 -15.3ACapSenF ACSF 1.16 9.4 6 13.65 10.35 70 12.40 +17.8AmElTech AETI ... ... ...dd 2.25 .62 89 .76 -49.3AmerNtl AMNB 3.28f 8.6 17 43.00 34.60 12 38.20 -.3AmNatIns ANAT 3.28 2.7 22 134.03 110.43 46 120.28 -6.2AmOutBr AOBC ... ... 7 24.49 8.32 762 11.42 -11.1AmPubEd APEI ... ... 33 45.75 17.40 95 39.20 +56.5AmRailcar ARII 1.60 4.0 5 42.52 34.29 71 40.40 -3.0AmrRvr AMRB .20 1.3 29 16.49 12.21 1 15.50 +1.7ASoft lf AMSWA .44 3.4 25 13.69 9.00 38 13.09 +12.6AmSupr rs AMSC ... ... ...dd 7.15 2.89 117 6.79 +87.1AWoodmk AMWD ... ... 23 148.44 78.75 126 84.75 -34.9AmerisBc ABCB .40 .7 21 59.05 41.05 199 55.55 +15.2Amerisafe AMSF .88 1.5 24 67.82 51.20 149 60.05 -2.5AmrSvFin ASRV .06 1.4 ...dd 4.40 3.80 9 4.15 AmSvFn pf ASRVP 2.11 7.4 ... 30.10 26.50 28.54 -1.6AmesNatl ATLO .92f 3.1 20 31.90 26.00 15 29.60 +6.3Amgen AMGN 5.28 3.0 15 201.23 152.16 2494 173.80 -.1AmicusTh FOLD ... ... ... 17.40 7.41 4415 16.06 +11.6AmkorTch AMKR ... ... 8 12.35 8.19 588 8.81 -12.3Amphastar AMPH ... ... ... 20.45 14.40 356 16.00 -16.8AmpOnRt ef IBUY ... ... ... 47.99 32.75 38 46.25 +13.1AmtechSys ASYS ... ... ... 15.45 6.76 271 8.98 -10.8 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 9 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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Amyris rs AMRS ... ... ...dd 7.30 1.86 1404 5.51 +46.9AnalogDev ADI 1.92f 2.0 45 98.38 76.07 1428 94.77 +6.4Anlogic ALOG .40 .5 ...dd 101.80 66.00 101 83.65 -.1Anaptys n ANAB ... ... ... 134.00 18.15 309 88.89 -11.7Anavex rs AVXL ... ... ...dd 6.27 1.85 651 2.44 -24.2AnchBcWA ANCB ... ... 18 25.50 23.70 1 25.35 +2.2Andersons ANDE .66 2.1 ...dd 38.05 29.60 87 31.80 +2.1AngioDyn ANGO ... ... ... 20.71 14.97 231 19.80 +19.1AnikaTh ANIK ... ... 19 69.81 30.91 732 39.81 -26.2Ansys ANSS ... ... 51 173.20 119.14 387 165.28 +12.0AntaresP ATRS ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.58 1249 2.57 +29.1tAntherP rs ANTH ... ... ... 2.97 .30 923 .30 -82.0Apellis n APLS ... ... ... 32.00 12.45 447 23.81 +9.7ApogeeE APOG .63 1.5 15 59.76 37.24 223 41.64 -8.9ApollEnd rs APEN ... ... ... 8.50 3.55 57 6.29 +12.3ApolloInv AINV .60 10.7 ... 6.50 5.18 422 5.59 -1.2ApolMed n AMEH ... ... ... 30.00 10.00 8 16.08 -33.0sAppFolio n APPF ... ... ...cc 57.65 27.20 170 58.30 +40.5Appian A n APPN ... ... ... 43.26 14.60 308 30.64 -2.7Apple Inc AAPL 2.92f 1.6 22 190.37 142.20 19047 188.18 +11.2ApplRecy h ARCI ... ... ...dd 1.75 .52 22 .81 -22.1AplDNA wt APDNW ... ... ... 1.04 .21 .37 +1.9ApldDNA APDN ... ... ...dd 3.45 .90 42 1.48 -6.9AppGenTc AGTC ... ... ...dd 6.05 3.25 57 5.60 +55.6ApldMatl AMAT .80f 1.5 17 62.40 40.79 10116 55.17 +7.9ApldOptoel AAOI ... ... 12 103.41 22.54 579 33.32 -11.9Approach AREX ... ... 12 4.21 2.19 262 2.71 -8.4Apptio n APTI ... ... ... 33.28 14.09 362 31.34 +33.2ApricusB rs APRI ... ... ...dd 3.34 .25 399 .31 -83.3sAptevoTh n APVO ... ... ... 5.87 1.15 498 5.67 +33.7AptoseB g APTO ... ... ...cc 3.97 1.00 173 3.33 +48.7AquaMetal h AQMS ... ... ...dd 13.85 1.42 366 3.16 +48.4AquaB Tc n AQB ... ... ... 9.99 2.25 47 3.00 -14.8AquinoxPh AQXP ... ... ...dd 16.90 10.02 222 13.21 +12.3sArQule ARQL ... ... ...dd 3.35 .94 1359 3.41 +106.7Aradigm h ARDM ... ... ...dd 7.35 .78 25 1.44 -78.5AralezPh ARLZ ... ... ...dd 2.98 .38 1046 .47 -66.6AratanaTh PETX ... ... ...dd 7.67 3.67 261 5.54 +5.3ArbutusB g ABUS ... ... ...dd 8.25 3.20 83 6.35 +25.7sArcBest ARCB .32 .7 21 49.20 16.95 550 48.05 +34.4ArcadB rsn RKDA ... ... ... 66.56 3.60 1855 11.06 +101.1ArchCap ACGL ... ... 24 102.60 77.12 496 78.76 -13.2ArchCap pfF ACGLO ... ... ... 25.99 23.67 30 24.07 -5.0ArchC pfE ACGLP 1.31 5.5 ... 25.25 22.75 21 23.68 -5.7ArchrkPtrs APLP 1.14 7.5 ...cc 16.59 10.58 15.30 +28.5Arcimoto n FUV ... ... ... 6.35 2.50 25 2.74 -31.7ArcturusT rs ARCT ... ... ... 15.19 4.78 24 5.93 -25.4Ardelyx ARDX ... ... ... 8.65 4.05 181 5.70 -13.6ArenaPh rs ARNA ... ... ...dd 47.22 11.30 652 46.58 +37.1AresCap ARCC 1.52 9.2 8 16.96 15.03 2466 16.57 +5.4Argenx n ARGX ... ... ... 99.99 17.33 140 93.02 +47.3ArkRst ARKR 1.00 3.9 95 29.49 21.75 6 25.58 -5.4Arotech ARTX ... ... 26 4.35 2.70 272 3.75 +5.6ArrayBio ARRY ... ... ...dd 18.78 7.15 1897 15.55 +21.5ArrisIntl ARRS ... ... 31 30.38 22.60 1870 26.56 +3.4ArrowFn AROW 1.00b 2.7 17 38.60 29.81 14 37.25 +9.7ArrCountR n DWCR ... ... ... 33.04 29.75 0 30.20 ArwDWATc DWAT .09e .7 ...q 12.50 10.52 25 12.00 +3.1ArrowPhm ARWR ... ... ...dd 10.10 1.42 1280 9.51 +158.4Arsanis n ASNS ... ... 12 28.69 10.40 28 19.92 +56.1ArtesRes ARTNA .95f 2.6 25 43.22 32.00 13 36.59 -5.1ArtsWay ARTW .05 1.8 ...dd 3.40 2.00 6 2.75 -7.8sAscenaRtl ASNA ... ... ...dd 3.10 1.65 6131 3.19 +35.7Ascendis n ASND ... ... ... 70.50 21.95 241 68.00 +69.7AscentCap ASCMA ... ... ... 17.84 2.11 234 2.37 -79.4AsiaPWire APWC .10e ... ... 3.10 2.26 2 2.53 -8.2AspenGp n ASPU ... ... ... 9.61 5.35 7 8.38 -6.1AspenTech AZPN ... ... 39 95.09 53.51 331 93.57 +41.3AssembBio ASMB ... ... ...dd 67.36 18.60 217 41.85 -7.5AstaFund s ASFI 5.30e ... ...cc 5.30 2.82 3 3.66 +6.2Astec ASTE .40 .7 32 64.80 45.70 81 57.76 -1.3sAstroNova ALOT .28 1.4 40 19.70 11.00 15 19.55 +41.2Astronics ATRO ... ... 61 49.45 23.95 141 35.48 -14.4Astrotch rs ASTC ... ... ... 6.60 1.85 16 1.93 -42.4AsureSftw h ASUR ... ... ...dd 19.78 9.89 128 17.44 +23.5AtaraBioth ATRA ... ... ...dd 49.90 11.80 751 47.30 +161.3athenahlth ATHN ... ... 95 158.66 106.22 420 148.59 +11.7Athenex n ATNX ... ... ... 20.79 11.21 169 16.83 +5.8Athersys ATHX ... ... ...dd 2.63 1.29 1665 2.41 +33.1AtlAcq n ATAC ... ... ... 15.00 9.75 8 10.02 +1.6AtlAcq un ATACU ... ... ... 11.00 9.56 10.55 +3.4AtlAcq rt ATACR ... ... ... .66 .33 1 .60 tAtlanAmer AAME .02 .7 25 4.00 2.70 12 2.75 -19.1sAtlCapBc n ACBI ... ... 34 20.40 15.20 82 20.60 +17.0AtlCstFin ACFC ... ... 30 11.21 7.05 5 10.79 +14.4AtlanticaYd AY 1.18e 6.0 ... 25.99 18.00 292 19.73 -7.0Atlanticus ATLC ... ... ... 2.76 1.95 1 2.01 -16.3sAtlasAir AAWW ... ... 8 69.33 45.45 326 69.40 +18.3AtlasFin AFH ... ... ...dd 21.50 9.90 125 10.75 -47.7AtlasFin pf AFHBL 1.66 6.7 ... 27.87 24.50 1 24.84 -4.6Atlassian n TEAM ... ... ...dd 66.00 32.58 856 61.77 +35.7Atomera n ATOM ... ... ...dd 8.00 2.45 40 5.66 +30.7AtriCure ATRC ... ... ...dd 25.18 14.88 262 23.91 +31.1Atrion ATRI 4.80 .8 45 694.00 516.85 8 600.00 -4.9AttisInd hn ATIS ... ... ... 3.63 .42 301 .48 -54.5AttisI wt h ATTSW ... ... ... .55 .10 .14 -12.5Attunity ATTU ... ... ...dd 11.07 6.25 251 10.47 +50.0taTyrPhm n LIFE ... ... ... 6.50 1.30 4524 .85 -75.7AubNB AUBN .96 2.2 19 48.95 33.22 1 43.30 +11.3Audentes n BOLD ... ... ...dd 41.80 13.90 1615 33.95 +8.6AudCodes AUDC ... ... 19 8.43 5.87 53 7.22 -1.9AuriniaPh AUPH ... ... ...dd 8.19 4.41 1418 6.36 +40.4AutoWeb AUTO ... ... 9 14.30 2.88 88 3.40 -62.3Autodesk ADSK ... ... ...dd 141.26 93.07 1424 135.93 +29.7AutoData ADP 2.76f 2.2 34 129.51 96.76 1387 128.02 +9.2AvadelPh AVDL ... ... 11 11.93 6.17 441 6.90 -15.9AveThera n ATXI ... ... ... 8.58 3.40 31 4.37 +20.7AVEO Ph h AVEO ... ... ...dd 4.24 .58 795 2.18 -21.9AviatNet rs AVNW ... ... ...dd 21.85 12.90 14 18.11 +19.4AvidBios rs CDMO ... ... ... 5.78 2.24 161 3.54 -8.8AvidB pfE CDMOP 2.63 11.1 ... 27.00 20.62 23.59 -3.3AvidTech AVID ... ... 100 7.65 3.99 140 4.99 -7.4Avingr nrs AVGR ... ... ...dd 38.24 .95 392 1.32 -81.9AvisBudg CAR ... ... 15 50.88 20.71 1267 43.82 -.1AvistaHl un AHPAU ... ... ... 10.45 10.05 10.14 -1.6AvistaHl wt AHPAW ... ... ... .51 .20 .39 +39.3AvistaHl n AHPA ... ... ... 10.20 9.28 10.03 +1.1Avnet AVT .76f 2.0 10 44.85 35.67 1707 38.93 -1.7Aware AWRE ... ... 36 5.40 3.70 7 4.00 -11.1Axcelis rs ACLS ... ... 6 37.05 18.60 284 22.40 -22.0AxoGen AXGN ... ... ...dd 46.00 13.05 319 43.95 +55.3AxonEntpr AAXN ... ... ...cc 58.18 20.57 1951 54.33 +105.0Axovant n AXON ... ... ...dd 27.98 1.02 459 1.24 -76.5AxsomeT n AXSM ... ... ...dd 6.45 2.05 154 3.50 -37.5AytuBioSc n AYTU ... ... ... 6.82 .32 2631 .39 -82.7AzurRx n AZRX ... ... ... 5.25 2.31 16 2.46 -32.4B -:B Comm BCOM 3.58e ... ... 21.50 10.62 0 10.90 -40.8BRileyFn RILY .49e 2.4 21 22.00 13.55 34 20.85 +15.2BRileyF 7.5 RILYL 1.88 7.4 ... 26.84 25.28 0 25.45 -2.1BRiley27 n RILYZ 1.88 7.5 ... 26.20 24.76 11 25.02 -3.3BRileyF27 n RILYG ... ... ... 25.90 24.49 13 24.55 -3.3BCB Bc BCBP .56 3.7 16 16.10 12.05 16 15.30 +5.5BFC Cp pf BANFP 1.80 6.6 ... 29.45 26.05 0 27.42 -.4BGC Ptrs BGCP .72 5.9 ...cc 16.97 11.03 4307 12.16 -19.5BIO-key n BKYI ... ... ... 3.67 1.20 67 2.07 +16.7BJsRest BJRI .44 .8 21 57.65 28.00 386 52.40 +44.0BldrsAsia ADRA .72e 2.0 ...q 37.70 29.81 0 35.26 +2.1BldrsDev ADRD .72e 3.1 ...q 25.31 21.63 2 23.55 +.1BldrsEmg ADRE .60e 1.3 ...q 48.92 36.60 4 44.99 +4.3BldrsEur ADRU .78e 3.4 ...q 24.65 21.28 1 22.92 +.1BMC Stock BMCH ... ... 21 25.70 17.10 282 19.50 -22.9BOK BOKF 1.80 1.7 19 107.00 77.10 156 104.97 +13.7BOK 56 n BOKFL 1.34 5.3 ... 26.23 24.47 8 25.33 -1.1BOS Ltd BOSC ... ... ...dd 2.97 1.53 17 2.24 +2.3BSB Bcp BLMT ... ... 22 33.60 27.25 10 33.35 +14.0sBaidu BIDU ... ... 11 278.76 173.52 3617 284.07 +21.3Balchem BCPC .42f .5 43 95.83 70.23 149 93.15 +15.6BaldwLy BWINA 1.12 4.9 52 25.10 21.31 1 23.07 -4.9BaldLyB BWINB 1.12 4.8 53 25.35 21.20 22 23.25 -2.9BallardPw BLDP ... ... ...dd 5.94 2.55 448 3.15 -28.6BncFstOK s BANF .84 1.4 21 61.65 45.74 26 58.95 +15.2Bancorp34 n BCTF 1.25e ... ... 17.25 12.84 6 15.25 +3.4BncpBnk lf TBBK ... ... ...dd 11.63 6.02 245 11.07 +12.0Bandwith n BAND ... ... 29 37.42 18.05 104 34.82 +50.6BkCmcCA BOCH .12 1.1 16 12.40 9.90 102 11.40 -.9BankMarin BMRC 1.24 1.6 22 78.75 59.05 15 77.30 +13.7BkMont36 n BMLP 3.50e 7.2 ... 53.32 43.00 48.44 +1.5BkPrince n BPRN ... ... ... 34.95 29.43 10 33.40 -2.7BankSC BKSC .60 2.9 20 22.50 15.77 2 20.95 +19.3BkofJames BOTJ .24 1.6 15 16.25 13.87 0 14.89 -.3BkOzarks OZRK .78f 1.6 16 53.70 40.15 382 48.90 +.9BankFncl BFIN .36f 2.1 26 17.69 13.97 98 17.27 +12.6BankwellF BWFG .48 1.5 15 37.95 29.90 16 31.07 -9.5Banner Cp BANR 1.40f 2.4 19 62.75 52.07 176 58.73 +6.5Baozun n BZUN ... ... ...cc 52.33 18.85 3722 45.06 +42.8sBiPTrLBear DLBS ... ... ...q 22.10 13.54 11 22.24 +36.1sBiP10yTBear DTYS ... ... ...q 24.84 13.93 50 24.90 +36.4BiP2yrTBull DTUL ... ... ...q 65.27 56.03 56.03 -7.4BiPTrSteep STPP ... ... ...q 35.49 29.08 31.24 +1.6BiPUrFlat FLAT ... ... ...q 64.99 60.23 62.00 +.4BiP10yTBull DTYL ... ... ...q 77.88 73.11 73.11 -5.2BiP2yrTBear DTUS ... ... ...q 40.02 29.57 1 40.02 +14.3BiPTrLBull DLBL ... ... ...q 78.32 75.08 75.08 -4.1sBarIvrsUST TAPR ... ... ...q 29.92 19.30 2 29.97 +36.4BarHilc n BHAC ... ... ... 12.35 10.20 10.47 +.3BarHilc rt BHACR ... ... ... .47 .11 .19 +18.1BarHilc wt BHACW ... ... ... .26 .03 .22 +211.4BarHilc un BHACU ... ... ... 10.80 8.52 10.40 BarrettB lf BBSI 1.00 1.2 36 90.25 44.52 40 86.40 +34.0BassettF BSET .44 1.6 24 41.30 27.48 39 27.95 -25.7BayCom n BCML ... ... ... 23.23 22.50 11 23.18 +.3tBeacnRfg BECN ... ... 19 66.48 39.07 1730 39.52 -38.0BeasleyB BBGI .20f 1.8 3 14.40 8.25 12 10.95 -18.3BedBath BBBY .64f 3.6 6 37.49 16.52 3348 17.60 -20.0BeiGene n BGNE ... ... ...dd 194.70 36.51 218 182.49 +86.7BelFuse A BELFA .24 1.3 19 29.90 15.24 0 18.57 -14.9BelFuseB BELFB .28 1.4 19 33.45 17.10 29 19.85 -21.2Belleroph n BLPH ... ... ...dd 2.74 1.00 1566 2.31 -10.5BellicumP BLCM ... ... ...dd 14.49 5.02 720 8.07 -4.0BenefBncp BNCL .24a 1.5 ... 17.50 14.30 162 16.10 -2.1Benetfoc BNFT ... ... ...dd 37.10 21.75 220 35.10 +30.0Benitec wt BNTCW ... ... ... .47 .11 .45 +12.5BenitecB n BNTC ... ... ... 4.20 1.85 8 2.54 -14.2Beyondsp n BYSI ... ... ... 48.49 19.55 7 27.60 -5.1Big 5Sprt BGFV .60 7.5 8 14.55 5.05 321 7.95 +4.6BigRockP n BRPA ... ... ... 10.93 9.58 9.85 +1.8BigRock wt BRPAW ... ... ... .44 .30 .39 -3.5BigRock rt BRPAR ... ... ... .74 .29 12 .45 +21.6BigRock un BRPAU ... ... ... 11.00 9.99 72 10.56 +3.2sBilibili n BILI ... ... ... 12.42 9.62 3099 14.11 +25.5BioTechne TECH 1.28 .8 51 154.56 107.55 223 151.77 +17.2BioDlvry lf BDSI ... ... ...cc 3.60 1.70 154 1.95 -33.9BioHiTch n BHTG ... ... ... 4.55 2.68 9 3.59 -21.1sBioLifeSol BLFS ... ... ...dd 8.90 2.12 172 8.66 +44.3BioLneRx h BLRX ... ... ... 1.34 .78 1359 .89 -18.5BioXcelT n BTAI ... ... ... 11.94 6.76 38 9.99 -9.4BioanlySys BASI ... ... 16 2.95 1.37 4 1.75 -28.6Bioblast rs ORPN ... ... ... 5.99 1.81 3 2.46 +7.6tBiocept rs BIOC ... ... ...dd 1.85 .18 2338 .19 -72.6Biocryst BCRX ... ... ...dd 7.39 3.95 853 5.98 +21.8Biofront n BFRA ... ... 31 17.98 11.25 8 13.67 +12.2Biogen BIIB ... ... 17 370.57 244.28 1514 281.51 -11.6BioMarin BMRN ... ... ...dd 100.03 75.81 690 89.52 +.4Biomeri n BMRA ... ... ... 9.32 2.30 13 3.59 -4.0BiondVax n BVXV ... ... ... 10.75 4.60 4 6.52 +21.6BiondVx wt BVXVW ... ... ... 4.80 1.11 1.59 +23.4BioScrip BIOS ... ... ...dd 3.39 1.62 616 2.53 -13.1BioSpecif BSTC ... ... 25 56.06 38.05 30 42.53 -1.8BiostrPh rs BSPM ... ... ...dd 5.97 1.18 16 2.62 +48.1BioTelem BEAT ... ... ...cc 42.36 23.30 201 40.80 +36.5BisnCap n BCAC ... ... ... 10.05 9.67 10.01 +1.4BisnCap wt BCACW ... ... ... .47 .23 .36 sBisnCap un BCACU ... ... ... 10.81 10.05 0 10.99 +7.0BisnCap rt BCACR ... ... ... .52 .25 .40 +5.5BlackBox BBOX .48 21.1 ...dd 9.30 1.80 590 2.28 -35.9BlRidgAc n BRAC ... ... ... 9.78 9.52 9.78 +1.3BlRidgA wt BRACW ... ... ... .35 .24 .32 -4.5BlRidgAc rt BRACR ... ... ... .35 .22 52 .28 BlRidgA un BRACU ... ... ... 10.60 9.97 10.32 +1.8BlackLin n BL ... ... ... 45.19 28.79 281 39.65 +20.9BlkRkCap BKCC .72 11.8 87 7.88 5.48 271 6.12 -1.8Blckbaud BLKB .48 .5 66 116.07 78.30 177 98.93 +4.7BlkhwkNet HAWK ... ... ...cc 47.00 32.60 358 44.90 +25.9sBlinkCh n BLNK ... ... ... 6.45 1.28 26743 7.19 +130.4BlinkCh wt BLNKW ... ... ... BloominBr BLMN .36 1.6 18 25.00 16.11 1687 22.07 +3.4sBlucora BCOR ... ... ...cc 33.90 19.05 626 35.10 +58.8BlueBird BLBD ... ... 8 24.99 15.66 160 19.95 +.3BlueHBcp BHBK .60a 3.0 25 22.05 17.35 30 20.25 +.7BluebBio BLUE ... ... ...dd 236.17 74.45 627 178.40 +.2tBlueknEP BKEP .58 16.8 ... 7.20 3.40 371 3.45 -32.4tBluekn pf BKEPP .72 11.1 ... 8.09 6.50 119 6.46 -16.9BlueprtM n BPMC ... ... ...dd 109.00 34.38 529 86.38 +14.5BofI Hld s BOFI ... ... 19 43.50 21.60 539 41.72 +39.5BofI pf BOFIL 1.56 6.1 ... 28.33 24.25 7 25.60 -.8Boingo WIFI ... ... ...dd 28.34 14.33 299 20.42 -9.2Bojangles n BOJA ... ... 9 17.80 11.35 309 15.50 +31.4BonsoElec BNSO ... ... ... 4.10 1.96 3 3.16 +29.0BookingHl BKNG ... ... 29 2228.99 1630.56 280 2074.59 +19.4BorqsTch BRQS ... ... ...cc 10.50 4.00 8 7.50 +37.6BosOma n BOMN ... ... ... 35.49 12.15 70 26.33 -18.7BostPrv BPFH .48 2.9 19 17.15 13.95 459 16.70 +8.1BostPrv wt BPFHW ... ... ... 11.39 8.18 8.54 -11.2tBostPrv pf BPFHP 1.74 7.0 ... 26.29 24.93 7 24.96 -2.7BttmlnT EPAY ... ... 62 49.31 23.62 248 45.13 +30.1Boxlight n BOXL ... ... ... 17.40 3.00 975 9.84 +70.0Brainstorm BCLI ... ... ...dd 5.18 2.88 293 4.15 +5.9BravoBrio BBRG ... ... ...dd 4.80 1.65 49 4.05 +62.0BridgeBcp BDGE .92 2.5 18 37.75 29.80 37 36.85 +5.3tBridglne rs BLIN ... ... ... 4.45 1.45 123 1.48 -39.3BridgBcs n BWB ... ... ... 13.87 12.60 42 13.02 +3.2BridgfdFds BRID ... ... 15 21.55 11.05 15.14 +20.6Brightcove BCOV ... ... ...dd 10.45 5.83 291 10.15 +43.0BrghtFn n BHF ... ... ... 70.00 46.62 1528 47.58 -18.9BroadcInc AVGO 7.00 2.9 ...cc 285.68 221.98 2818 240.51 -6.4BroadVis BVSN ... ... ...dd 4.50 2.00 7 2.05 -43.1BrdwyFn h BYFC ... ... 69 2.67 1.82 4 2.06 -12.7BroadwdE BWEN ... ... ...dd 6.05 2.10 111 2.67 -1.8BrkdPrp BPY 1.26 6.5 ... 24.96 18.13 359 19.34 -12.7BrklneB BRKL .40f 2.3 20 17.48 13.60 458 17.25 +9.9BrooksAuto BRKS .40 1.3 32 34.77 21.61 431 29.69 +24.5BrukerCp BRKR .16 .5 28 36.53 25.76 450 30.06 -12.4BrynMawr BMTC .88 1.9 29 47.20 38.75 42 45.95 +4.0tBsquare BSQR ... ... ...dd 5.84 3.35 151 3.35 -28.0BldrFstSrc BLDR ... ... 18 23.28 13.33 1587 18.97 -12.9BusinFst n BFST .08p ... ... 30.00 23.30 5 24.38 -3.5C -:C&F Fnc CFFI 1.36 2.3 19 65.05 45.28 3 58.85 +1.5CA Inc CA 1.02 2.9 16 37.25 30.45 2024 35.13 +5.6sCAS Med CASM ... ... ...dd 1.48 .59 632 1.49 +93.5CASI Phr h CASI ... ... ...dd 8.42 .91 692 7.49 +130.5sCB FnSvcs CBFV .88 2.6 23 34.90 25.10 5 34.10 +13.7CBAK Eng CBAK ... ... ... 2.35 1.20 3 1.25 -15.3CBOE Glb CBOE 1.08 1.0 44 138.54 82.54 731 108.45 -13.0CBTX Inc n CBTX .20 .7 ... 30.87 27.00 119 29.72 +.2CDK Globl CDK .60 .9 26 76.04 59.33 807 64.59 -9.4CDW Corp CDW .84 1.1 27 79.26 55.80 479 78.64 +13.2CEVA Inc CEVA ... ... 25 51.80 27.35 152 32.75 -29.0CH Robins CHRW 1.84 2.1 26 100.18 63.41 1020 85.74 -3.8CHF Sol rs CHFS ... ... ...dd 32.60 2.50 97 2.86 -17.3CHS Inc pf CHSCP 2.00 6.7 ... 31.47 28.89 3 29.72 -1.4CHS pfB CHSCO 1.97 6.9 ... 29.86 27.78 20 28.36 -1.6CHS pfB2 CHSCN 1.78 6.6 ... 29.99 26.16 14 27.05 -1.1CHS pfB3 CHSCM 1.69 6.4 ... 28.99 25.56 13 26.57 +.4CHS pfB4 CHSCL 1.88 6.9 ... 29.90 27.15 16 27.39 -2.7CIM CmTr CMCT .50a 3.4 40 20.45 11.75 2 14.80 -22.5CIM CT pfL CMCTP ... ... ... 1.00 CM Finan CMFN 1.00 11.4 7 10.80 7.40 14 8.75 +7.4CM SevSt n CMSS ... ... ... 9.82 9.59 4 9.79 +1.4CM SevSt wt CMSSW ... ... ... .33 .24 .24 -17.2CM SvSt un CMSSU ... ... ... 10.40 9.93 10.35 +3.9CM SevSt rt CMSSR ... ... ... .40 .01 .31 -3.1CME Grp CME 2.80a 1.7 35 171.71 114.88 911 160.67 +10.0CNBFnPA CCNE .66 2.2 17 31.46 20.91 21 29.73 +13.3CPI Crd rs PMTS ... ... ... 18.50 2.23 16 2.36 -35.7CPS Tech CPSH ... ... 26 2.20 1.02 5 1.31 -21.1CRA Intl CRAI .68 1.2 29 58.74 32.75 40 55.65 +23.8CRISPR n CRSP ... ... ... 61.24 13.50 1227 57.65 +145.5CSG Sys CSGS .84f 2.1 25 48.82 37.21 299 40.08 -8.5CSI Comp CCLP .75 11.8 ...dd 8.05 4.12 119 6.36 +16.3CSP Inc CSPI .44 4.6 23 18.89 8.75 10 9.55 -39.6CSW Ind n CSWI ... ... 32 50.00 34.85 33 45.50 -1.0CSX CSX .88f 1.4 10 63.88 47.99 4214 63.28 +15.0CTI BioP rs CTIC ... ... ...dd 4.30 2.45 301 4.14 +54.5CTI Inds CTIB ... ... ... 6.18 3.25 0 4.01 -1.4CUI Glbl CUI ... ... ...dd 4.35 2.44 20 2.64 -4.0CVB Fncl CVBF .56 2.4 22 25.49 19.58 449 23.13 -1.8tCVD Eqp CVV ... ... 16 13.50 7.72 44 7.61 -34.5CabotMicro CCMP 1.60f 1.4 42 115.94 68.00 167 114.12 +21.3Cadence CDNS ... ... 51 46.00 32.07 2448 41.03 -1.9Cadiz h CDZI ... ... ...dd 16.00 9.65 97 12.70 -10.9CaesarStne CSTE .29e ... 31 41.15 12.50 1852 14.70 -33.2CaesarsEnt CZR ... ... ...dd 14.50 10.48 26122 13.20 +4.3CafePress PRSS ... ... ...dd 2.71 1.26 11 1.38 -25.2Cal-Maine CALM 2.49e 5.2 94 50.45 33.40 258 47.75 +7.4Caladriu rs CLBS ... ... ...dd 6.35 2.63 12 4.08 +16.2CalaCvHi CHY 1.20 9.9 ...q 12.42 10.60 123 12.09 +2.0CalaCvOp CHI 1.14 10.0 ...q 11.75 10.01 171 11.43 +2.1CalaCv&Inc CCD 2.00 9.6 ...q 20.98 18.15 67 20.75 +3.4CalaGDyIn CHW .84 9.1 ...q 9.87 8.11 111 9.22 +1.5CalaGTR CGO 1.20 8.6 ...q 16.34 12.36 6 14.02 -6.9CalaStrTR CSQ .99 8.1 ...q 12.91 11.00 228 12.28 +1.7CalAmp CAMP ... ... 46 25.45 17.52 322 21.00 -2.0CalavoGr h CVGW .95f 1.0 41 98.85 64.00 308 96.65 +14.5Calithera CALA ... ... ...dd 20.05 5.35 373 5.55 -33.5CalumetSp CLMT ... ... ...dd 9.95 3.80 921 8.10 +5.2CalvUSInc n CRUSC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 99.99 Calyxt n CLXT ... ... ... 31.89 9.26 134 15.77 -28.4CambLrn ABCD 1.36 13.4 33 13.77 4.67 337 10.17 +79.0CambrBc n CATC 1.92 2.2 ... 90.95 70.00 4 86.06 +7.8CamdnN s CAC 1.00f 2.2 23 47.41 37.10 30 44.83 +6.4Camtek h CAMT .56 6.7 13 8.60 4.17 99 8.34 +45.8CdnSolar CSIQ ... ... 10 19.09 12.07 1665 17.56 +4.2CancerGen CGIX ... ... ...dd 4.35 .82 104 .92 -50.5CantbryPk CPHC .28f 1.7 25 17.55 10.25 6 16.50 +1.5CpStarFn n CSTR ... ... 56 22.22 16.00 17 19.48 -6.2CapellaEd CPLA 1.72 2.0 25 98.20 65.15 44 88.20 +14.0CapCtyBk CCBG .28 1.2 23 26.50 17.68 21 23.33 +1.7CapProd CPLP .32 10.1 18 4.00 2.98 203 3.16 -6.0CapSwst CSWC .99e 5.8 18 18.00 14.85 15 17.18 +3.8CapitalaF CPTA 1.00 11.8 ...cc 14.06 6.88 31 8.45 +16.1Capitala22 CPTAL 1.50 6.1 ... 26.15 24.13 1 24.78 -1.7CapF cv22 CPTAG 1.44 6.0 ... 25.73 24.25 24.10 -3.0CapFedFn CFFN .34a 2.6 21 15.11 12.19 311 13.03 -2.8Capricor CAPR ... ... ...dd 4.25 .63 218 1.33 -15.8CpstnTur rs CPST ... ... ...dd 1.85 .58 535 1.39 +80.5CarGurus n CARG ... ... ...cc 40.60 25.85 709 32.17 +7.3CaraThera CARA ... ... ...dd 28.50 11.11 417 12.40 +1.3CarbBlk n CBLK ... ... ... 25.84 22.56 226 23.63 -1.3Carbonite CARB ... ... ...cc 37.20 18.30 277 34.70 +38.2Crdiom grs CRME ... ... ...dd 4.84 1.29 90 2.33 +50.3CardiovSys CSII ... ... ... 33.11 20.58 379 29.56 +24.8Cardlytc n CDLX ... ... ... 22.57 11.10 126 19.58 +46.4Cardtronic CATM ... ... 14 35.98 15.80 425 29.26 +58.0CareTrust CTRE .82f 5.4 30 19.86 12.73 820 15.27 -8.9CareDx h CDNA ... ... ...dd 11.83 .90 329 11.30 +54.0CareerEd CECO .30f 2.1 ...dd 14.68 8.10 236 14.23 +17.8CarlyleGp CG 1.41e 6.4 9 25.90 16.85 494 21.90 -4.4CarlGp pfA TCGP 1.47 6.3 ... 25.85 23.23 24 23.44 -7.6CaroFin s CARO .24 .6 22 42.42 29.67 139 40.84 +9.9CarolTrBk CART ... ... 30 10.00 6.90 21 8.07 -15.5sCarrizo CRZO ... ... 27 26.53 11.10 3406 26.03 +22.3CarrolsRst TAST ... ... 16 13.58 9.90 397 11.75 -3.3CarverBc lf CARV ... ... 37 7.95 2.01 18 3.70 +27.2CasaSys n CASA ... ... ... 34.21 13.25 789 21.06 +18.6CasellaW CWST ... ... ...dd 27.50 13.32 158 24.42 +6.1Caseys CASY 1.04 1.0 26 128.51 95.62 375 101.51 -9.3CassInfo CASS 1.04f 1.7 30 65.00 53.23 79 61.53 +5.7Catabasis n CATB ... ... ... 3.78 1.09 144 1.60 +7.4CatalstB rs CBIO ... ... ...dd 37.00 3.11 415 28.50 +108.9CatalystPh CPRX ... ... ...dd 4.51 1.95 653 3.34 -14.6Catasys n CATS ... ... ... 5.79 3.30 82 5.07 +35.2CathayGen CATY .96 2.3 19 45.59 34.00 616 41.87 -.7CathGn wt CATYW ... ... ... 24.59 16.61 22.21 -.4CausIntV n CIVEC ... ... ... CavcoInd CVCO ... ... 29 183.35 107.05 40 170.50 +11.7Cavium CAVM ... ... ...dd 92.66 56.96 483 76.50 -8.7CecoEnv CECE .30 4.8 ... 10.69 4.00 246 6.24 +21.6Celcuity n CELC ... ... ... 22.73 11.10 18 18.71 -1.3Celgene CELG ... ... 24 147.17 81.05 6475 81.36 -22.0Celgene rt CELGZ ... ... ... 1.61 .11 8 .26 -73.1CelldexTh CLDX ... ... ...dd 3.27 .65 2238 .70 -75.5CellectBio n APOP ... ... ... 13.50 6.12 17 7.07 +1.0CellectB wt APOPW ... ... ... 4.38 1.43 2.41 +14.0Cellct wt rs CLRBW ... ... ... .33 .10 .10 Celct wtA CLRBZ ... ... ... .85 .39 .49 -1.6Cellectar rs CLRB ... ... ... 2.06 1.03 93 1.06 -22.6Cellectis n CLLS ... ... ...dd 38.85 21.25 106 28.34 -2.8CallularBio CBMG ... ... ...dd 22.75 5.50 19 18.05 +60.4Celsion rs CLSN ... ... ...dd 6.06 1.24 95 2.58 -3.7CelsiusH n CELH ... ... ... 7.00 3.42 77 4.46 -15.0tCelyad n CYAD ... ... ... 64.75 29.00 4 28.25 -34.5Cemtrx wt CETXW ... ... ... .78 .20 .27 +3.8tCemtrex rs CETX .02p ... 6 4.55 2.37 765 2.05 -19.6Cemtrx pf CETXP .58t ... ... 7.62 4.48 16 4.75 -6.1CntRsDvA CDEV ... ... ... 22.14 14.10 2637 19.12 -3.4sCntrStBk CSFL .40 1.3 ... 31.25 21.77 508 31.46 +22.3CEurMed CETV ... ... ...dd 5.20 3.73 166 3.75 -19.4CentrlFedl CFBK ... ... 35 2.75 1.95 2 2.44 -11.3CentGard lf CENT ... ... 21 43.30 29.08 113 39.78 +2.2CenGrdA lf CENTA ... ... ... 41.34 28.12 295 37.67 -.1CntlVyCm CVCY .28 1.3 17 23.28 18.05 25 20.83 +3.2CentAl CENX ... ... 26 24.77 12.79 2261 16.94 -13.7CntyBcMA CNBKA .48 .6 ... 89.40 53.35 3 79.85 +2.0CentCas CNTY ... ... 38 9.85 6.28 51 8.38 -8.2CeragonN CRNT ... ... ... 3.36 1.64 644 2.95 +49.0Cerecor n CERC ... ... ...dd 5.74 .42 82 3.73 +16.6Cerecor wtA CERCW ... ... ... .60 .02 .26 -14.7Cerner CERN ... ... 30 73.86 52.05 2837 59.97 -11.0CerusCp CERS ... ... ...dd 6.79 1.93 1091 6.41 +89.6tCescaTh rs KOOL ... ... ... 6.44 .76 5527 .53 -82.5Chaisma n CHMA ... ... ...dd 2.95 1.25 25 1.55 -8.8ChampO hrs CSBR ... ... ...dd 4.75 2.19 6 4.17 +7.5Changyou CYOU ... ... 7 30.35 18.35 199 19.14 -22.9Chantic rs BURG ... ... ... 5.15 1.81 92 3.29 +25.1CharlsCol h CTHR ... ... ...dd 1.60 .80 30 1.23 -8.9ChartInds GTLS ... ... 51 63.23 32.04 367 62.25 +32.8ChartCm n CHTR ... ... 88 408.83 250.10 1825 272.33 -18.9sCharterFn CHFN .34f 1.4 25 24.90 15.81 42 25.04 +42.8ChkPoint CHKP ... ... 20 119.20 93.76 1275 96.40 -7.0CheckC wt CHEKW ... ... ... 1.61 .15 .33 +80.6CheckC nrs CHEK ... ... ... 25.08 3.12 2346 4.87 -53.4ChckPnt n CKPT ... ... ... 10.50 3.20 75 3.57 -8.1Cheesecake CAKE 1.16 2.2 17 60.13 38.34 737 52.15 +8.2ChefsWhs CHEF ... ... 56 30.32 11.85 97 27.75 +35.4Chembio CEMI ... ... ...dd 9.20 5.70 26 8.80 +7.3ChemFinl CHFC 1.12 2.0 19 59.83 43.61 276 56.37 +5.4ChemoCntx CCXI ... ... 46 15.08 5.42 764 12.50 +110.1ChemungF CHMG 1.04 2.2 23 56.83 36.74 7 48.27 +.4Cherokee h CHKE .20 24.1 ...dd 10.70 .62 45 .83 -56.3ChkSoup n CSSE ... ... ... 13.26 6.19 7 8.77 -2.6ChildPlace PLCE 2.00f 1.4 30 161.65 94.95 1170 138.00 -5.1Chimerix CMRX ... ... ...dd 5.94 4.17 170 4.86 +5.0ChAdvCns CADC ... ... ...dd 9.75 1.55 33 2.65 -38.4ChinAutLog CALI ... ... ... 8.77 1.50 52 2.67 -16.6ChinaAuto CAAS ... ... 7 5.90 4.04 31 4.39 -8.5ChinaBio CBPO ... ... 19 116.73 71.85 411 79.15 +.5ChinCer rs CCCL ... ... ... 4.28 1.25 7 1.72 -28.0ChiCmCr h CCCR ... ... ... 4.00 .97 152 1.11 -19.6ChiCustR n CCRC ... ... ... 23.40 10.75 201 18.08 +6.0ChiFnOnl JRJC ... ... ...dd 4.14 1.32 21 2.08 -22.4ChinaHGS HGSH ... ... 2 4.48 1.18 22 1.36 +10.7ChinInfoT h CNIT ... ... ...dd 5.20 .84 67 1.77 +19.6ChnaIntNt n CIFS ... ... ... 66.10 10.81 363 28.82 -31.3ChinaJJ h CJJD ... ... ...dd 1.83 1.17 23 1.63 +31.5ChinLend h CLDC .32e 16.2 ... 6.24 1.66 26 1.98 -36.4sChinaLodg HTHT .64e .4 ...cc 171.37 73.68 1002 171.59 +18.8 ChinaNRes CHNR ... ... ... 4.23 1.88 3 2.00 -25.1ChiRecy rs CREG ... ... ... 9.39 .95 183 1.74 -37.9ChnaTcF rs CNTF ... ... ... 3.60 2.02 8 2.12 -18.1ChXDPlas CXDC ... ... 3 5.00 3.55 5 3.98 -13.6ChiCache lf CCIH ... ... ...dd 4.75 .72 246 1.24 -26.6ChinaNt rs CNET ... ... ...dd 11.90 .90 147 2.91 +167.0ChipMOS IMOS 1.97e 14.1 17 21.99 13.49 65 14.00 -20.7ChromaDx n CDXC ... ... ... 7.24 2.86 287 3.51 -40.3sChrchllD CHDN 1.52f .5 36 301.60 162.25 294 306.40 +31.7ChuysHldg CHUY ... ... 29 30.73 18.00 132 28.30 +.9CideraTh n CDTX ... ... ...dd 8.80 3.70 236 4.75 -30.1Cimpress CMPR ... ... ...cc 171.76 80.61 118 139.07 +16.0CinnFin CINF 2.12 3.0 20 81.98 68.33 390 70.76 -5.6Cinedigm rs CIDM ... ... ... 3.00 1.11 18 1.62 +8.0Cintas CTAS 1.62f .9 34 184.22 119.54 294 182.15 +16.9Cirrus CRUS ... ... 14 71.97 34.78 739 39.14 -24.5Cisco CSCO 1.32f 2.9 23 46.37 30.36 30213 45.16 +17.9CitiTrends CTRN .32 1.1 30 32.49 17.34 75 30.44 +15.0CitiusPh wt CTXRW ... ... ... 1.25 .21 .90 +50.0CitiusPh n CTXR ... ... ... 5.49 2.25 5 2.33 -38.7Citiz&Nthn CZNC 1.08 4.4 21 26.75 22.00 14 24.57 +2.4CtzCmtyBc CZWI .20f 1.4 17 14.43 12.73 1 13.91 +3.0CitizFst CZFC .23e .9 17 26.55 20.15 4 25.21 +5.0CitizHold CIZN .96 4.4 16 26.00 21.18 0 22.03 -4.6CitrixSy s CTXS ... ... 30 108.42 73.34 1493 105.88 +20.3CtyHld CHCO 1.84f 2.5 21 75.85 58.80 94 73.84 +9.4CivistaBcsh CIVB .28 1.2 17 24.69 18.82 62 23.57 +7.1Civista pf CIVBP 1.63 2.2 ... 74.97 60.51 72.59 -1.8Clarus CLAR ... ... ... 8.00 5.20 81 7.25 -7.6CleanEngy CLNE ... ... ...cc 3.05 1.31 2524 2.20 +8.4ClearOne CLRO .28 4.8 ...dd 10.35 5.76 4 5.80 -35.2ClrAllCGr n CACG ... ... ... 30.58 24.37 39 29.49 +5.8ClrDvStr n YLDE ... ... ... 29.07 25.18 27.65 Cleareld CLFD ... ... 27 15.30 11.00 34 12.05 -1.6ClearsBio n CLSD ... ... ...dd 15.06 5.30 263 12.17 +73.9ClearSign CLIR ... ... ...dd 4.70 1.65 78 1.95 -45.8ClearS wt CLIRW ... ... ... 1.84 .48 .75 -25.0ClemPhr n CMTA ... ... ... 20.15 11.72 27 18.95 -.2CleBio hrs CBLI ... ... ...dd 4.36 2.24 10 2.74 -31.7ClovisOnc CLVS ... ... ...dd 99.45 41.72 1126 51.83 -23.8CoDiagn n CODX ... ... ... 6.85 1.45 20 1.70 -35.6CoBizFncl COBZ .40f 1.9 33 22.01 15.39 82 21.36 +6.9CoStar CSGP ... ... 87 396.59 242.76 205 381.08 +28.3CoastwayB CWAY ... ... 74 27.60 19.55 2 27.35 +29.0tCocaBtl COKE 1.00 .8 32 249.54 125.75 86 126.48 -41.2CocrystP n COCP ... ... ... 6.45 1.61 114 2.04 -55.7CodaOct n CODA ... ... ... 6.56 3.28 18 4.04 -15.3sCodexis CDXS ... ... ...dd 13.60 3.95 629 13.95 +67.1CdrsVlly CVLY .62b 2.1 17 33.46 22.82 16 29.37 +6.7CoffeeH JVA ... ... ...dd 4.97 3.65 4 4.17 -2.0CogentC CCOI 2.08f 4.1 ...cc 54.85 35.75 400 50.70 +11.9Cognex s CGNX .18 .4 37 72.99 39.90 1652 48.27 -21.1CognizTch CTSH .80 1.1 24 85.10 63.96 2369 75.39 +6.2CohBar n CWBR ... ... ... 6.97 4.44 48 5.98 +20.3Coherent COHR ... ... 25 329.00 157.47 421 179.02 -36.6CoherusBio CHRS ... ... ...dd 24.70 8.05 604 16.10 +83.0Cohu COHU .24 1.0 31 26.17 15.55 313 23.32 +6.2CollPlant n CLGN ... ... ... 8.99 4.70 5.70 -36.3CllctUnv CLCT .70 4.6 11 30.82 14.23 98 15.27 -46.7Collegium n COLL ... ... ...dd 29.90 8.01 575 24.56 +33.0sColliers CIGI .10 .1 26 75.50 46.60 33 76.50 +26.8ColonyBk CBAN .20f 1.2 16 19.50 11.10 1 16.50 +13.0ColBnkg COLB 1.04f 2.4 22 48.06 35.67 238 42.90 -1.2sColumFn n CLBK ... ... ... 16.65 15.30 524 16.94 +9.9ColuSprtw COLM .88 1.0 29 87.97 51.56 257 84.79 +18.0Colmbus CMCO .20f .6 98 44.55 23.19 210 36.24 -9.4Comcast s CMCSA .76 2.3 16 44.00 30.43 19167 32.55 -18.4CommScpe COMM ... ... 30 41.60 26.29 1940 29.85 -21.1CmcBMO CBSH .94f 1.4 20 65.77 49.43 405 65.24 +16.8CmcBc pfB CBSHP 1.50 5.9 ... 27.65 25.00 4 25.48 -3.3ComHub A CHUBA ... ... 81 24.53 16.15 244 22.72 +3.3sComHub C CHUBK ... ... 81 22.75 15.85 171 22.73 +10.4CmclVehcl CVGI ... ... 35 13.90 5.55 431 8.40 -21.4CommSys JCS .16 4.8 ...dd 4.87 3.18 18 3.35 -5.9CmtyBkTr ESXB ... ... 23 9.35 7.65 21 8.80 +8.0CmtyFinCp TCFC .40 1.1 20 40.69 32.06 5 36.80 -3.9CommuFt n CFBI ... ... ... 15.00 10.95 9 11.20 -3.4CmtyHlt rt CYHHZ ... ... ... .05 .01 158 .01 +28.6CmtyTrBc CTBI 1.32 2.6 18 51.90 40.33 36 50.60 +7.4CmtyWest CWBC .20f 1.7 17 12.97 9.95 18 11.65 +9.4CommVlt CVLT ... ... ... 71.45 48.35 518 67.80 +29.1Compugn CGEN ... ... ...dd 5.40 2.25 250 3.35 +34.0CmptrPr CPSI .40 1.3 51 36.15 27.60 85 31.75 +5.7CmpTask CTG .24 3.6 ... 9.62 4.90 96 6.70 +31.4CmstkH rs CHCI ... ... ... 3.90 1.20 19 2.21 +30.0Comtech CMTL .40 1.3 30 32.94 13.75 146 31.27 +41.4ConatusPh CNAT ... ... ...dd 7.95 3.22 399 3.83 -17.1ConcertPh CNCE ... ... ...dd 30.71 11.88 154 20.58 -20.4ConcrdInt g CXRX .30 93.8 1 1.80 .25 113 .32 -51.3Conformis n CFMS ... ... ...dd 5.73 1.15 380 1.34 -43.7ConiferH n CNFR ... ... ...dd 8.00 5.00 7 6.05 +4.3sConmed CNMD .80 1.2 24 68.64 47.41 162 68.79 +35.0Conns CONN ... ... ...cc 37.80 15.10 327 26.20 -26.3ConnectOne CNOB .30 1.1 24 31.40 21.04 93 26.65 +3.5ConnWtrSv CTWS 1.25f 1.9 31 69.72 48.86 66 64.14 +11.7ConsolCom CNSL 1.55 13.9 ... 22.17 10.31 717 11.19 -8.2ConsolWtr CWCO .34 2.6 35 15.35 11.20 57 13.25 +5.9ConstAlph n CNAC ... ... ... 9.98 9.55 0 9.93 +1.8ConstAl wt CNACW ... ... ... .30 .20 .25 +13.6ConstAlp un CNACU ... ... ... 11.21 8.22 15 10.50 +3.1ConstAl rt CNACR ... ... ... .95 .25 .33 +6.5ConstPrt n ROAD ... ... ... 13.24 12.00 44 12.04 -.5ConsuPtf CPSS ... ... 5 4.91 3.27 54 3.65 -12.0ContraFect CFRX ... ... ... 2.31 .80 109 1.93 +91.1ContraVir CTRV ... ... ...dd .83 .21 207 .26 -28.1Control4 CTRL ... ... 40 35.99 17.06 195 24.25 -18.5ConvrgOn n CVON .02p ... ... 10.83 8.01 144 9.05 -9.3ConvrOn wt CVONW ... ... ... .75 .21 .68 sCopart s CPRT ... ... 39 55.63 28.89 987 56.12 +29.9CorbusPhm CRBP ... ... ...dd 9.96 5.05 1103 6.25 -12.0Corcept CORT ... ... 17 25.96 10.40 1175 17.75 -1.7CoreMrk s CORE .40 2.2 23 38.20 17.10 501 18.50 -41.4Corium CORI ... ... ...dd 13.93 5.40 262 9.47 -1.5CorOnDem CSOD ... ... ...dd 49.73 33.24 709 47.37 +34.1Corvel CRVL ... ... 28 61.20 44.81 26 51.80 -2.1CorvusPh n CRVS ... ... ...dd 17.64 7.42 77 9.81 -5.3Costco COST 2.28f 1.1 31 199.88 150.00 2073 198.71 +6.8CountrP rs CPAH ... ... ...dd 7.30 1.75 38 2.38 -25.9CountyBcp ICBK .28 1.0 17 33.94 22.73 12 27.91 -6.2CoupaSft n COUP ... ... ... 55.10 28.52 588 53.90 +72.6Covenant CVTI ... ... 34 33.36 15.86 134 30.72 +6.9CowenInc s COWN ... ... 43 18.25 11.63 109 15.75 +15.4Cowen27 n COWNZ 1.84 7.2 ... 26.24 24.76 10 25.50 -.8CrackerB CBRL 4.80 3.1 19 179.12 141.75 293 156.10 -1.8CraftBrew BREW ... ... 38 20.40 15.60 49 18.75 -2.3Cray Inc CRAY ... ... 73 28.60 17.20 338 27.10 +12.0CreditAcc CACC ... ... 16 377.82 210.26 79 342.92 +6.0CSVixMd rs TVIZ ... ... ...q 20.51 7.93 5 9.42 +5.0CSVixSh rs TVIX ... ... ...q 34.45 4.66 31707 5.28 -4.7CSVixST rs VIIX ... ... ...q 27.21 10.84 26 15.13 +28.4CSSilvCC SLVO .60e 7.9 ...q 8.73 7.28 13 7.62 -3.5CSGoldCvC GLDI .63e 7.1 ...q 9.60 8.55 16 8.89 -1.6CSVS3xInSlv DSLV ... ... ...q 34.67 20.03 152 25.13 +6.5CSVS3xInG DGLD ... ... ...q 55.21 37.83 58 45.01 +3.2CS VS3xGld UGLD ... ... ...q 12.72 9.19 451 10.34 -7.2CSVSVixMT VIIZ ... ... ...q 9.01 5.70 2 6.49 +7.1CSVIVxMT ZIV ... ... ...q 94.42 60.60 104 74.21 -16.3sCrS Crd n USOI 2.79e 9.3 ... 30.08 21.21 0 30.10 +13.0CS VSSilv USLV ... ... ...q 14.96 9.03 3136 9.75 -16.1Cree Inc CREE ... ... ...dd 45.43 20.50 1218 43.90 +18.2Cresud CRESY .45e 2.6 ... 23.69 15.53 99 17.25 -21.9Criteo SA CRTO ... ... 20 56.00 21.00 671 25.20 -3.2Crocs CROX ... ... ...dd 17.43 6.14 876 16.21 +28.2CronosGp n CRON ... ... ... 10.39 5.12 1834 6.04 -20.7CrssCtryHl CCRN ... ... 21 14.65 9.07 211 12.03 -5.7CrownCfts CRWS .32 5.4 12 8.05 5.40 18 5.95 -7.8CryoPrt wt CYRXW ... ... ... 6.77 .94 5.17 -5.2CryoPort rs CYRX ... ... ...dd 10.40 3.05 220 9.58 +11.5Ctrip.com s CTRP ... ... 27 60.65 40.13 2742 42.74 -3.1CueBioph n CUE ... ... ... 17.99 10.30 36 14.31 +23.0CumbldPh CPIX ... ... ...dd 7.96 5.53 19 5.94 -19.3Curis CRIS ... ... ...dd 2.27 .47 903 .56 -19.4Cutera CUTR ... ... 38 56.05 19.65 314 38.15 -15.9Cyanotch h CYAN ... ... ...dd 5.78 3.25 1 4.20 +7.4CybrOpt CYBE ... ... 89 25.69 11.35 56 17.00 +13.3CyberArk CYBR ... ... 81 59.93 39.34 196 58.97 +42.5Cyclacel pf CYCCP .60 10.2 ... 8.75 5.11 0 5.90 -20.3Cyclacel rs CYCC .15p ... ...dd 5.45 1.28 53 1.36 -21.8CymaBay CBAY ... ... ...dd 15.59 3.65 1647 12.10 +31.5CypSemi CY .44 2.7 28 18.87 12.50 4584 16.52 +8.4Cyren Ltd CYRN ... ... ...dd 3.15 1.35 17 2.80 +12.0CyrusOne CONE 1.84 3.4 83 65.73 43.49 615 53.38 -10.3CytRx rs CYTR ... ... ... 5.99 1.24 380 1.35 -20.4Cytokinetic CYTK ... ... ...dd 15.95 6.75 273 9.45 +16.0CytomX n CTMX ... ... ...dd 35.00 13.00 267 24.34 +15.3Cytori wt CYTXW ... ... ... .50 .01 .04 +218.2CytoriTh rs CYTX ... ... ...dd 1.21 .22 324 .28 -6.3sCytosorbnt CTSO ... ... ... 9.00 3.30 802 9.40 +44.6D -:DBV Tech DBVT ... ... ... 50.57 20.08 152 24.94 +1.4DFB Hlt n DFBH ... ... ... DFB Hlt un DFBHU ... ... ... 10.20 10.00 10.20 +2.0DHX Mda n DHXM .08 ... 30 6.05 2.49 89 2.70 -23.9DLH Hldgs DLHC ... ... 65 6.83 4.33 3 5.86 -4.9DMC Globl BOOM .08 .2 ...dd 42.80 12.40 85 42.05 +67.9DNB Fncl DNBF .28 .8 15 37.15 30.00 4 35.25 +4.6DSP Gp DSPG ... ... ...cc 13.95 10.80 68 12.50 DXP Ent DXPE ... ... 39 43.21 24.86 111 38.93 +31.7DailyJourn DJCO ... ... ...cc 250.95 195.00 2 228.32 -.8Daktronics DAKT .28 2.9 41 10.86 8.54 128 9.54 +4.5DareBio rs DARE ... ... ... 12.40 .74 1384 1.10 -49.2DarioHlth DRIO ... ... ... 3.64 1.32 59 1.79 +11.7DarioHl wt DRIOW ... ... ... .65 .12 .30 +33.2DasanZ rs DZSI ... ... ...dd 11.75 5.45 27 9.77 +5.5Daseke n DSKE ... ... ... 14.52 8.16 509 9.17 -35.8Daseke wt DSKEW ... ... ... 2.08 .88 1.90 -6.9Data IO DAIO ... ... 22 16.49 6.04 93 7.43 -38.3Datawatch DWCH ... ... ...dd 12.65 7.40 47 9.10 -4.2DaveBuster PLAY ... ... 14 73.48 37.85 992 40.37 -26.8DavidsT g n DTEA ... ... ...dd 6.75 3.20 6 3.50 -10.3DavSelFn n DFNL ... ... ... 25.62 20.49 12 24.44 +2.0DavSelEq n DUSA ... ... ... 25.32 20.34 11 24.31 +3.9DavSelW n DWLD ... ... ... 28.88 21.77 25 27.09 +3.2DawsonGeo DWSN .05p ... ...dd 7.80 3.52 56 7.41 +56.6Deciphera n DCPH ... ... ... 29.98 15.15 72 25.86 +14.1DelFriscos DFRG ... ... ...dd 18.85 11.70 244 15.00 -1.6DelTaco TACO ... ... 9 15.99 10.00 283 11.44 -5.6DelTaco wt TACOW ... ... ... 5.60 2.64 3.81 +29.1DelmarPh n DMPI ... ... ... 2.84 .78 373 .97 -11.0DeltaTch h DELT ... ... ... 4.70 .91 68 1.12 +5.7DenaliTh n DNLI ... ... ... 25.79 14.72 161 18.85 +20.5Dennys DENN ... ... 27 17.75 10.87 263 15.08 +13.9Dentsply XRAY .35 .7 ...dd 68.98 44.21 2483 47.89 -27.3Depomed DEPO ... ... ...dd 11.89 4.31 1721 7.52 -6.6Dermira DERM ... ... ...dd 31.59 6.98 1043 10.75 -61.3DescSys DSGX ... ... 90 31.23 23.20 46 30.45 +7.2DestMatrn DEST .80 29.0 ...dd 4.98 1.02 45 2.76 -7.1Dest XL DXLG ... ... ...dd 2.75 1.45 148 1.45 -34.1Deswell DSWL .28 9.3 ...dd 3.64 1.87 14 3.03 +11.2Determine DTRM ... ... ...dd 3.93 1.23 53 1.63 -9.4DexCom DXCM ... ... ...dd 88.60 42.62 673 86.54 +50.8DiamHill DHIL 7.00e ... 14 219.90 183.34 12 198.28 -4.1DiambkEn FANG .13p ... 26 137.44 82.77 1692 132.13 +4.7DianaCnt rs DCIX ... ... ...dd 3161.09 1.31 397 1.55 -61.8DicernaPh DRNA ... ... ...dd 15.80 2.69 643 13.77 +52.4DifferBr rs DFBG ... ... ...dd 2.25 .70 17 1.03 +8.4DiffusP hn DFFN ... ... ...dd 3.93 .42 91 .46 -61.3DigiIntl DGII ... ... 42 12.50 8.50 66 11.80 +23.6Digimarc DMRC ... ... ...dd 41.75 22.85 49 29.10 -19.5Digirad DRAD .22 12.9 ...dd 4.55 1.25 296 1.70 -34.0DigitalAlly DGLY ... ... ...dd 4.95 1.70 17 2.50 -5.7DigitlTurb APPS ... ... ...dd 2.59 .94 451 1.64 -8.4DimeCBc DCOM .56 2.8 19 22.65 17.75 202 19.65 -6.2Diodes DIOD ... ... 35 35.36 23.51 226 33.39 +16.5DiscIncA DISCA ... ... 12 27.92 15.99 7617 23.69 +5.9DiscIncB DISCB ... ... 15 48.85 19.25 0 28.00 +12.9 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 10 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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DiscIncC DISCK ... ... 12 27.15 14.99 4820 22.45 +6.0DishNetw h DISH ... ... 16 66.50 28.93 4214 32.98 -30.9Diversicre DVCR .22 3.1 18 12.25 6.45 5 7.01 -30.0DivrsRest SAUC ... ... 2 4.12 1.15 45 1.24 -22.5DixieGrp DXYN ... ... ...dd 5.21 2.50 12 2.55 -33.8DocuSign n DOCU ... ... ... 46.70 37.00 299 45.23 +13.8DgssInt A n DOGZ ... ... ... 6.40 3.55 1 3.68 -37.6DollarTree DLTR ... ... 13 116.65 65.63 2716 94.49 -11.9DolphnEnt n DLPN ... ... ... 5.77 2.47 78 3.09 -14.2DolphEnt wt DLPNW ... ... ... .80 .36 .41 -25.5DonegalA DGICA .57f 4.1 24 18.25 13.28 23 13.80 -20.2DonegalB DGICB .50f 3.5 28 15.91 13.00 14.25 -6.4sDorchMin DMLP 1.41e 7.4 19 18.70 13.90 124 19.05 +25.3Dorman DORM ... ... 21 86.32 56.36 149 65.56 +7.2DovaPh n DOVA ... ... ... 37.00 16.98 226 27.13 -5.8DragVic n LYL ... ... ... 14.99 3.09 8 4.26 -2.3DrprOkw n DOTA ... ... ... 9.99 9.71 9.90 +1.2DrprOk wt DOTAW ... ... ... .90 .41 .90 +34.3DrprOk rt DOTAR ... ... ... .65 .30 10 .57 +14.0DrpOkwd un DOTAU ... ... ... 10.85 10.07 10.60 +.6DropCar rs DCAR ... ... ... 13.52 1.57 291 1.72 -57.8Dropbox n DBX ... ... ... 34.83 27.75 2858 30.74 +7.9DryShips s DRYS .14e ... 1 158.55 .98 1008 3.83 +8.5DuluthH n DLTH ... ... 23 21.78 15.13 144 17.05 -4.5Dunkin DNKN 1.39 2.1 28 68.45 50.89 796 65.51 +1.6DurectCp DRRX ... ... ...dd 2.55 .75 759 1.95 +111.5Dynasil DYSL ... ... 8 2.06 1.09 40 1.23 +4.2Dynatronic DYNT ... ... ...dd 3.75 2.10 1 2.95 +2.3DynavaxT DVAX ... ... ...dd 24.45 5.35 1191 19.35 +3.5E -:E-Trade ETFC ... ... 25 65.14 33.06 1228 64.39 +29.9eBay s EBAY ... ... 26 46.99 32.99 10522 38.35 +1.6eBay56 n EBAYL 1.50 5.7 ... 27.47 25.00 45 26.11 -3.1EDAP TMS EDAP ... ... ... 3.85 2.07 35 2.49 -13.2eHealth EHTH ... ... ...dd 28.59 13.61 106 18.88 +8.7EMC Inc s EMCI .88f 3.5 18 32.19 24.51 25 25.43 -11.4tENDRA n NDRA ... ... ... 5.88 2.15 39 2.15 -55.9ENDRA wt NDRAW ... ... ... 2.00 .26 1.30 +4.0ENGlobal ENG ... ... 4 1.46 .73 38 .91 +4.6ESSA Bcp ESSA .36 2.5 22 16.80 14.16 13 14.66 -6.4EtfLonCanc CNCR ... ... ... 32.32 21.09 30 28.34 +19.2EtfAlpSmC SMCP ... ... ...q 27.10 23.22 1 26.02 -.3EtfValidea VALX ... ... ...q 30.40 26.20 1 30.05 +3.6IsectPsGr ef PMPT ... ... ... 28.26 24.56 26.81 -1.5tEXFO g EXFO ... ... ...dd 5.40 3.60 10 3.65 -16.1EagleBncp EGBN ... ... 18 69.80 46.20 80 60.45 +4.4EagBcMT EBMT .36 1.8 16 21.95 17.35 2 19.70 -6.0EagleBkS rs EGLE ... ... ...dd 5.96 4.18 365 5.44 +21.4EaglFnB n EFBI .22p ... ... 19.57 14.50 4 16.10 -.4EaglePhm EGRX ... ... 21 92.55 45.05 486 67.73 +26.8sEstWstBcp EWBC .80 1.1 21 70.99 52.86 828 70.83 +16.4EastrAcq n EACQ ... ... ... 10.30 9.25 2 10.20 +1.0EastrAc wt EACQW ... ... ... .97 .26 .73 +22.7Easterly un EACQU ... ... ... 11.05 9.97 10.45 -2.6EasternCo EML .44 1.5 41 31.50 24.00 6 29.80 +14.0EastDist wt EASTW ... ... ... 1.00 .02 .54 -16.9EastsDist n EAST ... ... ... 7.75 3.35 13 7.39 +83.4EV StkNx s EVSTC ... ... ... 100.02 49.99 100.02 +100.0EV GlInBu s EVGBC ... ... ... 99.98 49.97 99.98 +100.0EV 5-15Mu s EVLMC ... ... ... 50.03 49.97 49.97 EV DivCrd s OKDCC ... ... ... 100.08 50.00 100.08 +99.9Ebix Inc s EBIX .30 .4 24 87.50 52.40 153 75.60 -4.6Echelon rs ELON ... ... ...dd 7.20 4.07 1 4.16 -24.9EchoGLog ECHO ... ... 65 32.95 13.00 240 27.20 -2.9tEchoStar SATS ... ... 13 62.50 50.70 179 50.89 -15.0tEco-StimE ESES ... ... ...dd 1.74 .86 169 .92 -27.0EcologyEn EEI .40 2.9 ...dd 14.00 10.25 2 13.80 +31.4EdgeTher n EDGE ... ... ...dd 17.77 .95 627 .99 -89.4Edgewater EDGW ... ... ...dd 7.30 5.19 21 5.31 -14.9EditasM n EDIT ... ... ...dd 45.02 13.12 978 37.06 +20.6EducDevel EDUC .36 1.5 42 27.93 6.90 12 24.50 +29.3eGain EGAN ... ... ...dd 10.95 1.45 204 10.70 +103.8tEgaletCp EGLT ... ... ...dd 3.47 .55 2241 .50 -50.4EigerBio rs EIGR ... ... ...dd 16.20 6.10 230 11.85 -15.18Point3E n CAFD 1.12 9.2 13 15.92 11.69 125 12.11 -20.4EksoBio n EKSO ... ... ...dd 4.77 .99 174 1.53 -28.2ElPolLoc h LOCO ... ... 65 14.85 9.05 246 10.50 +6.1ElbitIm rs EMITF ... ... ... 3.42 2.12 28 2.43 -14.4tElbitSys ESLT 1.76 1.6 18 153.13 111.30 52 111.47 -16.4sEldorRsts ERI ... ... 56 43.95 18.80 1305 43.40 +30.9ElectSci ESIO ... ... 9 27.72 7.46 550 19.94 -7.0ElectroSen ELSE ... ... 12 5.24 2.96 3 3.92 -3.2ElectArts EA ... ... 29 134.58 99.63 1600 130.86 +24.6EFII lf EFII ... ... ... 50.98 25.28 515 34.12 +15.5ElectrAc n ELEC ... ... ... 10.50 9.98 35 10.46 +1.4ElectAc wt ELECW ... ... ... .67 .25 .39 -3.7ElctmAc un ELECU ... ... ... 10.80 8.36 10.40 -1.9ElevenBio EBIO ... ... ...dd 3.50 .62 15597 3.29 +305.7ElmiraSB ESBK .92 4.5 17 21.10 18.90 2 20.50 +.2sEloxxPh n ELOX ... ... ... 16.00 11.11 111 15.56 +36.5EltekLtd rs ELTK ... ... ... 8.95 2.65 39 4.20 +2.9EmclaireF EMCF 1.12f 3.4 17 33.98 26.50 6 32.80 +8.1Emcore EMKR 1.50e ... 94 12.20 4.40 198 4.70 -27.1sEmmisC rs EMMS ... ... 1 5.78 2.44 49 5.67 +61.1EmpirRst rs NYNY ... ... ...dd 30.98 15.88 21 23.30 -13.7EnantaPh ENTA ... ... 60 107.29 29.46 218 105.38 +79.6EncoreCap ECPG ... ... 12 52.00 35.30 291 43.40 +3.1EncorW WIRE .08 .2 15 58.70 37.30 62 47.40 -2.6Endo Intl ENDP ... ... ...dd 14.15 5.27 3378 6.25 -19.4sEndocyte ECYT ... ... ...dd 12.48 1.17 2172 12.56 +193.5Endologix ELGX ... ... ...dd 7.14 3.75 567 5.07 -5.2EndurIntl EIGI ... ... ...dd 9.50 6.95 263 8.95 +6.5Energous WATT ... ... ...dd 33.50 6.91 584 18.58 -4.5EngyFocus EFOI ... ... ...dd 3.48 1.51 4 2.29 -6.5EnrgyRec ERII ... ... ...cc 11.30 6.13 339 8.56 -2.2EnrgXXi hn EGC ... ... ...dd 28.40 3.41 848 7.48 +30.3sEnphase ENPH ... ... ...dd 5.58 .65 5208 5.60 +132.4sEnsignGp s ENSG .18 .5 27 33.81 18.00 250 33.62 +51.4EnstarGp ESGR ... ... 18 237.30 180.50 22 209.95 +4.6EntegraFn ENFC ... ... 24 30.70 22.00 8 28.80 -1.5Entegris ENTG .28 .8 31 38.25 21.78 557 36.50 +19.9EntBcpMA EBTC .58 1.5 21 38.25 29.02 56 37.69 +10.7sEntFinSv EFSC .44 .8 19 53.70 36.65 102 53.85 +19.3Epizyme EPZM ... ... ...dd 21.40 9.30 545 16.25 +29.5ePlus s PLUS ... ... 23 97.75 67.65 105 89.20 +18.6Equinix EQIX 9.12f 2.4 ...cc 495.35 370.79 425 385.76 -14.9EquitFin n EQFN .20p ... ... 10.95 9.90 0 10.55 -3.2EqtyBcsh n EQBK ... ... 26 40.94 29.13 36 40.18 +13.5Ericsson ERIC .13e 1.7 ... 8.05 5.52 2918 7.66 +14.7ErieInd ERIE 3.36 3.0 27 129.73 106.63 31 112.38 -7.8ErytechP n ERYP ... ... ... 30.56 17.50 20.28 -7.9Escalade ESCA .50 3.6 14 14.40 11.31 13 13.85 +12.6Esperion ESPR ... ... ...dd 82.68 30.95 785 41.56 -36.9EsqFnHld n ESQ ... ... ... 25.92 14.51 13 24.70 +25.1EssaPh gs EPIX ... ... ... 51.00 2.00 3 3.85 -12.1Essendant ESND .56 5.1 ...dd 18.30 7.20 566 11.03 +19.0EstreAm n ESTR ... ... ... 13.38 8.39 4 12.30 +42.4EstreAm wt ESTRW ... ... ... 1.03 .60 .71 -5.3Etsy n ETSY ... ... 43 31.83 11.26 1164 29.40 +43.8EuroTech CLWT ... ... ... 8.45 2.00 483 4.00 +20.8Euronet EEFT ... ... 19 101.07 70.67 319 82.68 -1.9Euroseas rs ESEA ... ... ... 2.73 1.17 34 2.43 +42.7EveloBio n EVLO ... ... ... 16.43 15.75 72 16.01 -1.5Ever-Glory EVK ... ... 10 4.50 1.96 7 4.30 +83.0Everbrdg n EVBG ... ... ...dd 44.07 21.56 559 43.30 +45.7EvrspnTc n MRAM ... ... ...dd 25.39 6.40 77 8.64 +15.2EvineLive EVLV ... ... ... 1.62 .76 535 1.13 -19.3EvofemBio EVFM ... ... ...dd 12.56 .30 23 5.50 +182.1Evogene EVGN ... ... ...dd 5.75 2.66 9 2.93 -4.6EvokePhm EVOK ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.85 203 2.97 +31.4Evolus n EOLS ... ... ... 17.50 6.75 2562 10.70 -7.0EvolvgSys EVOL .44 12.8 9 5.85 3.21 65 3.45 -26.6ExOne XONE ... ... ...dd 14.43 6.26 130 6.56 -21.9ExactSci h EXAS ... ... ...dd 63.60 29.45 1221 50.96 -3.0ExelaTch n XELA ... ... ... 10.00 4.15 686 4.58 -11.1Exelixis EXEL ... ... 25 32.50 18.03 5546 20.41 -32.9ExlSvcHld EXLS ... ... 39 64.34 49.18 214 54.83 -9.1Expedia EXPE 1.20 1.0 53 161.00 98.52 1297 115.59 -3.5ExpdIntl EXPD .90f 1.3 24 73.05 51.96 970 71.89 +11.1sExponent s EXPO 1.04 1.1 56 92.25 56.95 143 93.75 +31.9ExpScripts ESRX ... ... 10 85.07 55.80 1577 73.73 -1.2ExtrOilGs n XOG ... ... ... 17.15 10.28 1001 14.52 +1.5ExtrmNet EXTR ... ... ...dd 15.55 8.10 2747 8.75 -30.1EyePtPh EYPT ... ... ...dd 2.88 .93 398 2.05 +89.8EyegatePh EYEG ... ... ... 2.43 .29 1234 .63 -41.1Eyegate wt EYEGW ... ... ... .29 .06 .18 +20.0Eyenovia n EYEN ... ... ...dd 10.74 7.32 1 8.46 -14.7Ezcorp EZPW ... ... 18 15.10 7.55 919 13.15 +7.8F -:F5 Netwks FFIV ... ... 23 174.26 114.63 651 171.04 +30.3FAT Br n FAT .12p ... ... 13.99 5.54 26 6.63 -25.7FC GlbRlty FCRE ... ... ... 1.68 .65 137 .73 -19.8FFBW n FFBW ... ... ... 12.50 10.30 1 10.93 -.8FLIR Sys FLIR .64 1.2 33 55.67 33.95 1250 54.74 +17.4FNB Bnc s FNBG .52 1.4 ... 38.94 25.52 10 36.98 +1.3FNCB Bc n FNCB .04p ... ... 10.00 8.75 9 9.47 +2.4FRP Hldgs FRPH ... ... 19 59.95 39.38 18 57.50 +29.9FS Bncp FSBW .56f 1.0 13 59.81 42.77 14 57.86 +6.0FSB Bcp n FSBC ... ... ... 18.23 14.60 17.47 +2.8FTD Cos FTD ... ... ...dd 20.65 3.46 412 4.92 -31.6Facebook FB ... ... 34 195.32 144.42 16841 183.20 +3.8FDaves DAVE ... ... ...dd 9.65 3.38 50 7.65 +16.8Fanhua FANH .52e 1.7 51 33.81 7.79 305 29.98 +38.7FarmerBrs FARM ... ... ...dd 35.05 23.60 1500 25.95 -19.3FarmMer s FMAO .52 1.2 23 46.00 24.44 10 42.25 +3.6FarmCB FFKT .50 .9 22 52.90 32.60 18 52.70 +36.9FarmersNB FMNB .28f 1.8 19 15.95 12.80 38 15.80 +7.1FaroTech FARO ... ... ...dd 65.35 32.25 140 52.85 +12.4Fastenal FAST 1.48 2.8 25 58.74 39.79 2050 53.02 -3.1FateThera FATE ... ... ...dd 14.45 2.52 441 10.18 +66.6Fauquier FBSS .48 2.3 41 22.25 17.24 2 20.95 -4.3FedlStAc n FSAC ... ... ... 9.84 9.65 9.73 +.2FedlStA wt FSACW ... ... ... 1.30 .95 1.10 -4.3FedlStA un FSACU ... ... ... 10.50 9.53 9 10.45 +2.0sFedNatHld FNHC .32 1.6 18 20.86 9.78 82 20.62 +24.4FenncPhr n FENC ... ... ... 14.99 7.55 77 11.30 +12.8Ferrogl n GSM .16 1.4 ... 17.61 8.54 534 11.24 -30.6Fibrocll rs FCSC ... ... ...dd 4.64 .51 466 .60 -6.6FibroGen FGEN ... ... ...dd 63.00 25.35 540 52.60 +11.0FidD&D n FDBC .96 1.9 ... 52.00 33.09 1 49.66 +20.2FidNasdIdx ONEQ 2.29e .8 ...q 299.75 236.63 30 290.52 +7.2FidelSo LION .48 2.0 16 24.96 20.28 167 23.91 +9.7FidusInvst FDUS 1.56a 11.3 8q 17.75 12.63 75 13.84 -8.8FidsInv23 n FDUSL 1.47 5.8 ... 28.00 24.85 9 25.30 +1.2FiestaRst FRGI ... ... ...dd 27.90 15.50 378 24.55 +29.2FifthThird FITB .64 1.9 11 34.67 23.20 4973 34.35 +13.2FifthT pf FITBI 1.66 5.9 ... 30.90 27.00 15 27.94 -2.0s51job JOBS ... ... ...dd 102.51 42.57 364 104.75 +72.1FinTcII n FNTE ... ... ... 11.76 9.70 9.97 +.5FinTcII wt FNTEW ... ... ... 1.95 .95 1.25 -9.4FinTcII un FNTEU ... ... ... 11.24 10.15 10.42 -.8FinclEngin FNGN .32 .7 56 44.95 24.45 650 44.65 +47.4FnclInst FISI .96f 3.0 16 34.10 25.65 22 31.85 +2.4Finisar FNSR ... ... 14 28.99 14.25 1421 16.88 -17.1FinLine FINL .46 3.4 30 15.28 6.90 838 13.58 -6.5FinjanH FNJN ... ... 5 4.06 1.66 196 2.88 +33.3FireEye FEYE ... ... ...dd 19.36 13.40 4512 17.55 +23.6FstBcpME FNLC .96 3.4 16 32.33 25.00 10 28.27 +3.8FtBcpNC FBNC .40f 1.0 24 41.76 27.50 99 40.70 +15.3FstBcMiss FBMS .20f .6 21 35.10 26.05 38 33.80 -1.2FstBkNJ FRBA .12 .9 31 14.95 11.15 18 13.95 +.7FstBusey rs BUSE .80f 2.6 21 32.88 27.33 63 30.55 +2.0FBusnFn s FBIZ .56 2.2 19 26.95 20.57 14 25.97 +17.4FrstCap FCAP .89e 2.5 18 43.02 29.81 4 36.11 -1.7FtChoBc n FCBP ... ... ... 29.64 27.17 4 29.18 +5.2FCtzBA FCNCA 1.40 .3 22 463.44 323.74 23 447.71 +11.1sFCmtyBsh FCBC .72a 2.1 22 33.24 24.02 34 33.88 +17.9FCmtyCp FCCO .40 1.7 23 24.87 18.50 7 23.50 +4.0FtConnBcp FBNK .64f 2.5 19 28.50 23.25 42 25.35 -3.11stCnstBn FCCY .24 1.1 17 22.53 16.15 19 21.00 +14.8FstDeFn FDEF 1.20 2.0 16 62.42 47.01 16 60.99 +17.4FFnclOH FFBC .76 2.4 21 32.50 22.80 553 31.65 +20.1FstFnB wt FFBCW ... ... ... 18.00 12.41 18.00 +12.7FstFnBksh FFIN .84f 1.6 28 52.85 37.31 274 52.80 +17.2FstFnIN THFF 1.02 2.4 19 52.35 39.55 14 43.30 -4.5FstFnNwst FFNW .32f 1.8 20 17.99 13.13 19 17.43 +12.4FstFound s FFWM ... ... 22 19.84 15.06 117 18.74 +1.1 FstGtyBc n FGBI .64b 2.4 ... 29.50 20.73 8 27.14 +8.6FsHawaii n FHB .96 3.4 ... 32.36 26.30 1158 28.17 -3.5FIntntBcp INBK .24 .7 14 42.40 25.48 19 33.55 -12.1FIntBc26 n INBKL 1.50 5.9 ... 27.05 24.75 0 25.54 -3.7FstIntBc A FIBK 1.12 2.6 19 42.90 33.33 161 42.70 +6.6FstMerch FRME .88f 2.0 19 45.42 37.09 85 44.71 +6.3FstMidIll FMBH .68a 1.8 16 42.03 31.05 31 37.21 -3.5FMidBc FMBI .44f 1.7 20 26.55 20.50 473 25.50 +6.2FstNwBc n FNWB ... ... 46 18.35 15.04 13 16.53 +1.4FstSavFin FSFG .60f .9 19 80.01 49.31 1 69.59 +22.0FstSolar FSLR ... ... 44 81.72 33.27 1301 72.77 +7.81stSource SRCE .96f 1.8 20 54.65 44.33 24 53.26 +7.7FTNDXTc QTEC .58e .7 ...q 83.42 61.44 93 79.37 +10.3FtTr AbsRet FAAR .84e ... ... 34.79 27.00 2 29.94 +2.0FT RisDv n SDVY .11e .5 ... 22.04 19.62 1 21.00 FT AsiaPc FPA 1.01e 2.9 ...q 38.10 31.47 16 35.25 -1.3FT Europe FEP .65e 1.6 ...q 42.49 34.36 85 40.85 +4.6FT LatAm FLN 2.01e 9.9 ...q 23.27 17.73 46 20.40 -.1FT Brazil FBZ 1.62e 10.9 ...q 18.24 12.96 6 14.86 -4.3FT China FCA .68e 2.1 ...q 34.79 21.72 1 32.46 +9.3FT Japan FJP .77e 1.3 ...q 63.38 51.01 5 59.73 -.3FT SKorea FKO .59e 2.0 ...q 32.08 25.87 1 28.97 -1.9FT DevMkt FDT .96e 1.5 ...q 67.22 53.84 106 63.92 +2.5FT EmMkt FEM .64e 2.2 ...q 31.32 21.90 78 28.80 +3.2FT Germny FGM 1.04e 2.0 ...q 55.51 42.16 4 51.48 +.5FT Canada FCAN .29e 1.1 ...q 27.35 22.06 26.90 +1.4FT UK FKU 1.57e 3.8 ...q 42.89 35.33 3 41.85 +5.0FT Switzld FSZ .78e 1.5 ...q 56.74 48.07 4 52.94 +.4FT HKong FHK 2.82e 6.6 ...q 46.25 36.40 0 42.85 +1.0FT IndNif50 FTW 1.47e 3.8 ...q 39.68 34.78 39.03 +8.8FT EmMSC FEMS 1.65e 4.0 ...q 47.47 35.25 55 41.59 -4.0FTDvMkSC FDTS .97e 2.2 ...q 48.51 37.11 5 45.11 +1.6FT EurzAlp FEUZ .50e 1.1 ...q 48.43 37.36 29 45.54 +3.7FstT BICK BICK .34e 1.1 ...q 33.60 24.83 8 29.89 -1.0FtTrInOp n FCEF .36 1.7 ... 23.93 20.04 417 21.63 -1.8FtTrMun n MCEF ... ... ... 19.39 17.65 0 17.75 -5.3tFtTrOpp n FIXD 1.52 3.1 ... 52.92 48.86 31 48.90 -3.6FTNsdGrid GRID .19e .4 ...q 53.73 42.00 2 52.79 +3.5FTMltAInc MDIV 1.20e 6.6 ...q 19.50 17.60 113 18.32 -3.6FTNsqTDv TDIV .86e 2.3 ...q 38.44 30.93 42 36.70 +4.3FTLwDOpp LMBS 1.41 2.8 ...q 52.32 51.08 171 51.18 -.9FTIntlMltA YDIV .99e 5.4 ...q 19.83 17.33 5 18.30 -1.8FT BuyInc FTHI .96 4.2 ...q 24.00 21.04 21 22.65 -2.8FT StratInc FDIV 2.34 4.8 ... 52.20 46.89 16 48.87 -4.4FT HdgBuy FTLB .66 3.0 ...q 23.65 20.89 10 22.33 -3.2FTEnhSht FTSM 1.11 1.8 ...q 60.09 59.92 501 60.06 +.1FT RisDiv RDVY .40e 1.3 ...q 32.00 26.22 584 30.37 +1.6FT SSICv FCVT .48a 1.6 ...q 32.38 27.01 63 29.92 +4.4FT DWF5 FV .18e .6 ...q 31.03 24.02 138 29.96 +8.7FT AmIndR AIRR .08e .3 ...q 28.40 22.38 13 26.26 -4.2FT AI Rob n ROBT .07p ... ... 30.12 28.50 4 29.78 +3.6FT US Eq RNDV .35e 1.6 ... 23.04 19.30 1 21.51 -.8FT SmCap RNSC .22e 1.0 ... 22.89 19.03 1 21.95 +2.0FT MdCap RNMC .19e ... ... 22.75 19.19 8 21.84 +.6FT LgCap RNLC .18e ... ... 23.11 19.67 3 22.01 +1.0FT EM Sl n RNEM 1.25e ... ... 59.26 51.56 53.93 -1.0FT DevInt RNDM .45e ... ... 55.12 48.94 2 52.08 -.2FTNsTrn ef FTXR .33e 1.3 ... 27.65 22.24 24.90 -4.0FT QualInc QINC .60e 2.4 ...q 26.90 23.20 23 24.56 -3.7FTNsSem ef FTXL .14e .4 ... 36.21 24.11 17 33.68 +11.2FsTrNsRt ef FTXD .82e 3.8 ... 23.93 18.70 5 21.82 +1.7FTNasPh ef FTXH .51e 2.4 ... 23.57 19.06 0 21.67 +1.3sFTNsOil ef FTXN .37e 1.5 ... 24.61 16.85 97 24.58 +16.3FTNaFood ef FTXG .32e 1.7 ... 21.28 19.21 19.21 -7.6FTNsBk ef FTXO .40e 1.3 ... 32.44 24.57 155 30.79 +4.9FTDorW n FVC .17e .6 ... 28.96 22.19 106 27.90 +8.7FT DWInt IFV .32e 1.4 ...q 24.24 18.83 64 22.37 +.5FTEMCur FEMB 2.68e 6.7 ...q 48.17 39.74 11 39.99 -5.1FT MunHI n FMHI 1.68 3.4 ... 53.47 49.45 0 50.03 -.9FT RivAsia RFAP 1.14e 1.9 ... 64.93 55.07 4 61.05 +.8FT RivDev RFDI 1.09e 1.7 ... 68.99 59.24 22 65.39 +2.0FT RvfrDyE RFEM 1.12e 1.5 ... 79.04 60.57 11 73.01 +3.6FT RivEur RFEU .95e 1.4 ... 70.58 60.56 5 66.95 +2.5FT CA Mun FCAL 1.50 3.0 ... 53.00 48.91 0 49.91 -3.2FTCapStrn FTCS .59e 1.2 ...q 54.95 44.36 205 51.24 +.5FTN100ExT QQXT .14e .3 ...q 52.82 44.73 10 48.88 +.6FsTrGrEn QCLN .08e .4 ...q 21.73 16.70 10 20.32 +.1FTrTUSAlp TUSA .24e .7 ...q 34.93 28.50 1 34.18 +3.3FstTrDrcy ef DWPP .27e .9 ... 30.68 25.63 1 29.00 +.8FTCloudC SKYY .13e .3 ...q 52.76 38.44 199 51.79 +12.9FTNdqAuto CARZ .88e 2.1 ...q 45.00 36.07 1 41.14 -2.5FT GblAg rs FTAG .38e 1.4 ...q 29.98 24.50 1 27.72 -1.5FT GblNRs FTRI .45e 3.4 ...q 13.15 10.89 0 13.14 +6.1FT Cybersc CIBR .03e .1 ...q 27.37 20.59 240 26.33 +13.8FTIntlIPO FPXI .28e .8 ...q 39.87 30.55 1 36.88 +4.2FTSenLoan FTSL 1.83 3.8 ...q 48.67 47.95 145 48.19 +.3FTTactHY HYLS 2.64 5.5 ...q 49.76 47.28 52 47.59 -2.0FT GlbCmd FTGC .26e ... ...q 21.57 18.97 80 21.47 +3.7FT MgdMu FMB 1.35 2.6 ...q 54.43 52.06 109 52.57 -1.8FTNDXEq QQEW .27e .4 ...q 63.55 51.97 8 60.29 +4.0FT NsdABA QABA .75e 1.3 ...q 56.43 45.86 58 56.11 +7.0FTSmartph FONE .86e 1.7 ...q 55.89 47.30 4 51.34 -1.7FstUSBcsh FUSB .08 .7 33 14.38 10.38 1 11.02 -13.9FstUtdCp FUNC .36f 1.8 22 22.90 14.10 11 20.35 +17.0First LI s FLIC .60 2.4 10 33.50 23.30 41 24.85 -12.8FsthdTech SVVC ... ... ...q 12.74 7.29 22 11.52 +28.6FstSvc n FSV .54 .8 38 74.49 57.17 21 70.99 +1.5Fiserv s FISV ... ... 34 74.46 59.37 1279 72.28 +10.2FiveBelow FIVE ... ... ...cc 78.28 44.30 987 74.65 +12.6FivePrime FPRX ... ... ...dd 48.87 15.66 550 18.75 -14.5FiveStar FVE ... ... ...dd 2.10 1.05 9 1.20 -20.0Five9 FIVN ... ... ...dd 34.23 19.53 520 30.50 +22.6Flex Ltd FLEX ... ... 15 19.71 12.93 5177 14.47 -19.6FlexPhm n FLKS ... ... ...dd 8.98 2.68 53 3.65 +4.6FlxGlbImp ESGG ... ... ... 101.95 85.30 0 96.94 +2.1FlxUS Imp ESG ... ... ... 70.00 56.06 3 64.66 +1.6FlxRAstAlo ASET ... ... ... 29.37 26.74 3 27.94 -2.8FlxUSQLgC QLC ... ... ...q 35.78 28.79 1 34.41 +3.2tFlxUSLgCp LKOR .41e ... ...q 55.13 49.76 1 49.71 -9.3tFlxUSCpBd SKOR 1.24 2.5 ... 51.61 48.68 5 48.63 -4.4tFlxDisDur MBSD .62e 2.7 ...q 24.42 23.02 3 23.02 -2.3FlexSh n FPAY ... ... ... 6.56 2.63 3 4.09 +7.6FlexionTh FLXN ... ... ... 32.25 16.51 375 26.53 +6.0Flexstl FLXS .88 2.4 ... 57.79 34.74 22 37.37 -20.1Fluent Inc FLNT ... ... ... 6.95 2.05 244 2.60 -40.9Fluidigm FLDM ... ... ...dd 8.38 2.52 312 5.78 -1.9FlushFn FFIC .80f 3.0 19 31.45 24.59 56 26.38 -4.1Foamix FOMX ... ... ... 7.45 4.15 125 5.30 -11.8Fonar FONR ... ... 9 33.90 21.10 49 26.85 +10.3ForeScTc n FSCT ... ... ... 37.81 21.56 543 30.50 -4.4ForshtAut n FRSX ... ... ... 11.70 2.44 3 3.10 -23.1FormFac FORM ... ... 35 18.65 11.10 650 13.20 -15.7FormulaSy FORTY .34e 1.0 ... 45.65 32.55 0 35.40 -12.7ForrestR FORR .80 1.9 54 47.75 36.95 42 41.75 -5.5Forterra n FRTA ... ... 52 17.19 3.02 286 8.87 -20.1Fortinet FTNT ... ... ...cc 60.81 35.44 1364 58.61 +34.1FortressBio FBIO ... ... ...dd 5.54 3.14 114 3.64 -8.8FortB pfA FBIOP 2.34 10.5 ... 24.80 20.01 0 22.22 -2.3ForwrdA FWRD .60 1.0 25 64.80 49.23 140 57.56 +.2Forward h FORD ... ... 26 4.45 1.02 1720 1.58 +28.5ForwdPh FWP 23.12e ... ... 9.70 1.63 14 2.30 -37.5Fossil Grp FOSL ... ... ...dd 19.90 5.50 1751 19.51 +151.1Foster FSTR .16 .7 ...dd 30.30 16.95 13 22.80 -16.0FndtnMed FMI ... ... ...dd 87.10 31.70 396 80.30 +17.7FoxFactory FOXF ... ... 27 46.80 31.00 184 37.35 -3.9Francesca FRAN ... ... 14 14.98 4.51 629 5.96 -18.5FrankElec FELE .48f 1.1 27 47.20 36.25 133 45.40 -1.1FredsInc FRED .24 13.4 ...dd 14.88 1.54 1078 1.79 -55.7FrghtCar lf RAIL .36 2.3 ...dd 20.46 12.53 39 15.53 -9.1FreqElec FEIM ... ... ...dd 10.59 7.53 95 7.97 -14.9Freshpet FRPT ... ... ...dd 21.10 13.50 357 20.95 +10.6Fronteo FTEO ... ... ... 18.00 10.68 1 17.85 +42.7FrontC pf FTRPR 11.13 74.2 ... 23.01 7.68 91 15.00 +72.2Frontr rs FTR 2.40 25.6 ... 23.10 6.08 1512 9.38 +38.8FuelTech FTEK ... ... ...dd 1.83 .71 71 1.17 +4.5FuelCell rs FCEL ... ... ...dd 2.49 .80 705 1.90 +11.8FulgentG n FLGT ... ... ... 7.90 2.73 7 3.79 -13.5FulingGbl n FORK ... ... ... 6.00 3.00 2 3.55 -10.1FullHseR FLL ... ... ...dd 4.10 2.10 113 3.38 -13.1FultonFncl FULT .48f 2.8 17 19.90 16.45 691 17.45 -2.5Funko n FNKO ... ... 51 9.90 5.81 130 9.74 +46.5FusionCon FSNN ... ... ...dd 4.42 1.11 3.30 -12.0FutFintch lf FTFT ... ... ... 8.00 1.30 46 2.19 -47.5FuweiF rs FFHL ... ... ...dd 4.93 2.39 9 3.60 +22.4G -:GWilliFood WILC ... ... 22 7.66 5.11 6.96 -3.2G1Thera n GTHX ... ... ... 52.44 12.04 127 49.13 +147.6GCI Lb A n GLIBA ... ... ... 55.47 42.43 276 43.56 -20.4GCI Lb pfA GLIBP .13e ... ... 24.67 18.40 32 23.68 +4.1GDS Hld n GDS .46p ... ... 37.01 6.90 1351 36.37 +61.4GSE Sy GVP ... ... 15 3.75 2.35 30 3.35 +3.1GSI Tech GSIT ... ... ...dd 8.94 6.05 28 7.48 -6.0GSV Cap GSVC ... ... 5 9.39 3.83 161 6.84 +25.5GTY Tch n GTYH ... ... ... 10.45 9.75 10.01 +.8GTY Tc un GTYHU ... ... ... 10.59 10.14 10.33 +.2GTY Tch wt GTYHW ... ... ... 2.02 .98 1.29 -4.4G-III s GIII ... ... 31 40.96 18.00 957 38.94 +5.6GTx Inc rs GTXI ... ... ...dd 23.40 2.73 1798 18.43 +45.0sGW Pharm GWPH ... ... ...dd 149.95 92.65 778 150.68 +14.1GWG Hldgs GWGH ... ... ...dd 10.95 7.37 8.10 -2.6GabMedM n MOGLC ... ... ... 100.10 99.90 99.96 -.1GabFood n FOANC ... ... ... 100.10 99.90 100.04 Gab RBI n GRBIC ... ... ... Gaiam A GAIA ... ... ...dd 17.70 10.35 69 16.80 +35.5Galapag n GLPG ... ... ... 121.09 72.90 30 95.46 +1.8GalectinTh GALT ... ... ... 6.74 1.28 255 4.15 +24.3GalmedPh GLMD ... ... 6 12.22 3.61 109 6.16 -32.7Gam&Lsr n GLPI 2.52 7.2 19 39.32 32.51 875 34.89 -5.7GamngPtrs GPIC .12e ... ... 12.50 8.18 0 8.85 -21.3Garmin GRMN 2.04 3.4 19 65.96 49.80 746 59.69 +.2GarrisnCap GARS 1.12 13.3 8 9.08 7.77 34 8.42 +3.8Gemphire n GEMP ... ... ... 21.59 4.75 1412 6.33 -20.3Gencor s GENC ... ... 40 18.45 14.95 10 15.70 -5.1sGenFin GFN ... ... ...dd 10.65 4.50 35 10.70 +57.4GenFin pfC GFNCP 8.90m 8.8 ... 104.67 90.31 1 101.64 +1.2GenFin 21 GFNSL 2.03 8.0 ... 26.50 24.08 2 25.45 +.8GeneticT rs GENE ... ... ... 2.05 .70 118 1.24 +6.9GeniusBr n GNUS ... ... ... 4.37 2.01 20 2.67 -1.8GenMark GNMK ... ... ...dd 13.55 3.63 373 6.90 +65.5GenoceaB GNCA ... ... ...dd 6.78 .79 1040 .92 -20.5Genomic GHDX ... ... ...cc 38.64 26.54 251 37.97 +11.0Genprex n GNPX ... ... ... 19.45 3.84 245 11.78 +150.6Gentex GNTX .44f 1.8 16 24.60 16.59 1875 23.83 +13.7Gentherm THRM ... ... 40 40.80 29.50 193 35.40 +11.5GeospcT hs GEOS ... ... ...dd 18.71 9.18 237 11.63 -10.3GerABcp s GABC .60 1.7 20 39.02 30.32 49 35.31 -.1GeronCp GERN ... ... ...dd 6.68 1.74 3608 3.29 +82.8Gevo rs GEVO ... ... ...dd .98 .31 113 .34 -42.4Gibraltar ROCK ... ... 18 38.80 25.61 153 36.75 +11.4GigaMda rs GIGM ... ... ...dd 4.37 2.36 18 2.85 -6.3GilatSatell GILT ... ... ...dd 9.22 4.12 8 8.18 +5.8GileadSci GILD 2.28 3.4 8 89.54 63.76 6177 67.55 -5.7GlacierBc GBCI .92f 2.3 22 41.24 31.38 506 39.49 +.3GladstnCap GLAD .84 9.2 9 10.11 7.80 126 9.09 -1.3Gladst24 pf GLADN 1.50 5.9 ... 26.14 24.60 3 25.43 -1.6GladstnCm GOOD 1.50 8.4 ...dd 23.29 16.78 94 17.88 -15.1GladCm pfA GOODP 1.94 7.3 ... 27.25 25.25 0 26.74 +1.2Gladstn pfB GOODO 1.88 7.1 ... 27.80 25.31 3 26.47 +1.5GladCm pfD GOODM 1.75 7.0 ... 26.27 24.56 2 25.12 -3.0GladstInv GAIN .80a 7.3 16 11.50 9.00 907 11.01 -1.3GladInv pfB GAINO 1.69 6.7 ... 25.90 25.12 3 25.27 -.2GladInv pfC GAINN 1.63 6.4 ... 26.98 25.16 1 25.50 +.2GldsInv pf D GAINM 1.56 6.2 ... 26.35 25.07 1 25.36 -.9GladstLnd LAND .53 4.2 87 14.29 10.84 56 12.69 -5.5GladLnd pfA LANDP 1.59 6.2 ... 26.94 25.40 2 25.51 -1.3GlenBurnie GLBZ .40 3.4 27 13.42 10.34 1 11.94 +8.0GblBldT n GBT ... ... ...dd 68.05 24.03 436 48.60 +23.5GblEagEnt ENT ... ... ...dd 3.84 .87 1348 .00 -56.4GlbIndem GBLI ... ... 26 49.91 32.22 23 40.00 -4.8GlbIndm 45 GBLIZ 1.94 7.7 ... 26.24 25.02 8 25.18 -2.6GlbIndem 47 GBLIL 1.97 7.7 ... 26.24 25.11 9 25.47 -1.6tGlSlfStor n SELF .26 6.6 ... 5.19 3.94 70 3.95 -14.3GlWatRs n GWRS .28 3.1 ... 10.00 8.40 10 9.16 -1.9GbXSpdvRE SRET 1.24 8.4 ...q 15.88 13.72 49 14.71 -5.3GblXSocM SOCL ... ... ...q 39.03 27.39 21 34.46 +4.6GbXNsChiT QQQC .07e .2 ...q 34.11 23.85 5 30.24 -2.1GbX Auto n DRIV ... ... ... 15.53 14.56 6 15.46 +1.2GblX SupDv EFAS ... ... ... 19.06 17.10 18.29 +1.0GblXYldco YLCO .51 4.3 ...q 12.89 11.36 6 11.80 -6.2GblX Rob n BOTZ ... ... ... 27.42 17.84 768 23.49 -.9 GlbXCon ef KRMA ... ... ... 20.83 16.83 6 19.87 +2.3GblXMilTh MILN ... ... ... 21.10 17.09 10 20.82 +8.1GbX Longv LNGR ... ... ... 21.38 17.71 1 20.12 +3.4GlX Intrn n SNSR ... ... ... 21.41 17.65 21 20.22 +1.9GbX HlthW BFIT ... ... ... 18.11 15.43 2 18.09 +8.6GblXSupdiv ALTY 1.25 8.5 ...q 16.00 14.06 3 14.78 -3.4sGlX Fintc n FINX ... ... ... 25.27 17.14 59 25.28 +15.2GlXCatholc CATH ... ... ... 35.58 28.84 2 33.67 +2.3GlobusM rs GLBS ... ... ... 2.26 .71 105 .77 -33.2sGluMobile GLUU ... ... ...dd 5.53 2.42 1350 5.58 +53.3GlycoMim GLYC ... ... ...dd 26.05 4.91 484 18.80 +12.0Gogo GOGO ... ... ...dd 14.76 5.05 2258 5.22 -53.7GolLNGLtd GLNG .20 .6 ... 34.98 19.32 627 33.60 +12.7GolLNGPt GMLP 2.31 11.3 ... 23.46 16.78 411 20.49 -10.1GolrLNG pf GMLPP 2.19 8.7 ... 26.70 24.92 7 25.26 -2.9GoldBull n DNJR ... ... ... 8.50 4.40 17 5.83 +22.9GoldenEnt GDEN ... ... 27 34.75 15.87 308 30.14 -7.7GoldenOc rs GOGL .10e ... ...dd 9.95 5.43 161 8.37 +2.7GolubCap GBDC 1.28a 6.9 13 20.47 17.35 286 18.46 +1.4GoodTimes GTIM ... ... ...dd 3.78 2.25 8 3.15 +18.9Goodyear GT .56 2.1 9 36.52 24.64 2300 26.40 -18.3GoosehIn n GSHD ... ... ... 17.70 10.78 72 16.25 +3.2GoPro GPRO ... ... ...dd 11.89 4.42 2079 5.86 -22.6GordPoin n GRAQ ... ... ... 9.77 9.70 68 9.72 +.2GordPnt wt GPAQW ... ... ... GordPoi un GPAQU ... ... ... 10.35 9.97 66 10.13 +1.3GorsHl A n GSHT ... ... ... 11.24 9.30 10.01 +.7GoresHl wt GSHTW ... ... ... 1.79 1.16 1.60 +1.9GoresHl un GSHTU ... ... ... 10.75 10.24 10.73 +3.6GovPrpIT GOV 1.72 13.0 22 22.99 11.87 808 13.26 -28.5GovPrpIT46 GOVNI 1.47 5.9 ... 26.37 24.28 12 25.12 -2.8GrCanyEd LOPE ... ... 24 111.41 71.01 284 109.25 +22.0Gravity rs GRVY ... ... 30 108.97 13.18 23 67.97 -28.1GrElCp hn GECC 1.00 10.7 ... 11.30 8.76 9 9.33 -5.2GrElm22 n GECCL 1.63 6.5 ... 25.90 24.75 1 25.25 -.8GrElm25 n GECCM 1.69 7.0 ... 24.80 24.16 16 24.20 -1.1GrElm hn GEC ... ... ... 4.40 3.20 11 3.80 -6.2GrLkDrge GLDD ... ... ...dd 5.70 3.60 107 4.95 -8.3GrtSoBc GSBC 1.12f 2.0 16 58.45 47.50 31 56.80 +10.0GreenBncp GNBC .10p ... 19 24.40 18.40 168 23.75 +17.0GreenBrick GRBK ... ... 16 12.20 8.90 50 11.35 +.4GreenPlns GPRE .48 2.4 98 25.00 15.60 683 19.65 +16.6GrnP LP n GPP 1.90f 11.3 9 21.00 15.65 27 16.75 -10.4GrCB NY s GCBC .39 1.3 23 38.00 22.16 4 30.80 -5.5Greenlight GLRE ... ... ...dd 23.15 15.00 238 15.15 -24.6GrdsmHld n GSUM ... ... ... 13.99 3.68 186 6.20 -32.2sGriffin GRIF .40f 1.0 30 38.95 28.29 11 38.58 +5.1GrifolsSA s GRFS .38e 1.7 ... 25.18 19.92 601 22.73 -.8Groupon GRPN ... ... ... 5.99 2.90 7146 4.92 -3.5GpAeroCN OMAB 1.71e 4.1 18 52.51 37.45 50 41.25 -.6GrpoFin GGAL .36e .8 ... 73.45 36.09 1531 45.95 -30.2GuarntyBc GBNK .66 2.2 22 30.42 24.05 104 30.10 +8.9GuarBcs n GNTY .56 1.7 21 37.36 28.00 23 32.99 +7.6GuarFBc GFED .48 2.1 20 23.75 15.89 9 23.20 +3.9GulfIsland GIFI .04 .4 ...dd 13.95 6.90 104 10.45 -22.2GulfRes GURE ... ... 2 2.05 1.31 41 1.43 -3.1GulfportE GPOR ... ... 5 17.17 8.11 5552 10.92 -14.4Gyrodyne n GYRO 2.50e ... ... 22.84 18.91 20.87 +3.9H -:H&E Eqp HEES 1.10 2.8 12 44.24 17.44 240 38.72 -4.7HD Supply HDS ... ... 16 42.25 28.97 1145 40.77 +1.8HMN Fn HMNF ... ... 17 19.50 16.60 17 18.80 -1.6HMS Hldgs HMSY ... ... 40 21.24 11.01 383 21.04 +24.1HTG Mol h HTGM ... ... ...dd 5.83 1.59 426 3.65 +79.8HV Bcp n HVBC .50e ... ... 18.50 13.75 7 14.80 -2.7HabitRest HABT ... ... 52 19.65 8.10 176 8.85 -7.3HackettGp HCKT .34f 2.1 19 19.24 13.24 72 16.11 +2.5Hailiang n HLG ... ... ... 88.92 7.60 85 80.68 +78.5HainCels lf HAIN ... ... ... 45.61 25.80 1701 27.24 -35.7HalladorE HNRG .16 2.4 7 8.40 4.79 79 6.68 +9.7HallmkFn HALL ... ... ...dd 11.83 8.62 33 9.93 -4.8Halozyme HALO ... ... 49 21.48 11.41 1264 18.62 -8.1HamiltnBc HBK ... ... ...dd 15.99 14.00 2 14.50 -5.8HamilLa n HLNE .70 1.6 ... 46.24 18.84 181 45.04 +27.3HancHld HBHC .96 1.8 19 56.40 41.05 584 51.90 +4.8HancHld 45 HBHCL 1.49 5.8 ... 26.73 25.00 6 25.60 -1.8HanmiFin HAFC .96 3.4 16 33.10 25.45 102 28.55 -5.9Hanwha rs HQCL ... ... ...dd 9.50 6.30 57 7.61 +8.4HarbrOne n HONE ... ... 59 22.29 15.92 25 18.14 -5.3Hardinge HDNG .08 .4 37 19.47 11.09 47 18.38 +5.5Harmonic HLIT ... ... ...dd 5.60 2.80 491 3.85 -8.3HartGImp n HFGIC ... ... ... 100.11 99.99 99.99 -.1HrvrdBio HBIO ... ... 92 6.15 2.30 117 4.60 +39.4HarvCapCr HCAP 1.14a 11.3 7 14.09 9.90 15 10.11 -7.8HarvCr22 n HCAPZ 1.53 6.0 ... 27.50 24.89 1 25.39 -.2Hasbro HAS 2.28 2.6 53 116.20 79.00 767 88.28 -2.9HawHold HA .48 1.2 6 59.45 32.40 828 38.45 -3.5HawaiiTel HCOM ... ... ...dd 31.91 24.01 13 29.37 -4.8Hawkins HWKN .88 2.7 16 51.05 30.55 56 32.10 -8.8HawthornB HWBK .40f 1.8 17 23.00 18.07 3 22.00 +6.0HaymkAc n HYAC ... ... ... 9.85 9.50 1 9.65 +.9HaymkA wt HYACW ... ... ... 1.00 .77 .77 -3.8sHaymkA un HYACU ... ... ... 10.12 9.88 6 10.15 +2.5HaynesIntl HAYN .88 2.2 ...dd 45.14 28.97 86 40.58 +26.6HlthCSvc HCSG .77f 2.1 ... 56.20 35.04 640 37.37 -29.1HlthInsInn HIIQ ... ... 22 37.38 12.65 235 28.95 +16.0HealthEqty HQY ... ... ...cc 72.27 40.21 352 71.69 +53.6HlthStrm HSTM 1.00e ... 72 31.53 21.15 112 27.37 +18.2HrtlndEx HTLD .08 .4 19 25.22 17.48 496 18.04 -22.7HeartFn HTLF .52a .9 18 56.40 42.10 67 54.75 +2.1HeatBio rs HTBX ... ... ... 7.89 1.09 4667 1.82 -52.5HebronTc n HEBT ... ... ... 4.25 1.45 8 1.67 -36.5HeidrkStr HSII .52 1.3 ...dd 39.73 17.90 155 38.55 +57.0HelenTroy HELE ... ... 16 102.88 81.10 94 91.50 -5.0HeliMAn h HMNY ... ... ... 38.86 .55 34398 .68 -89.2Helius Med n HSDT ... ... ... 11.78 7.47 27 11.11 +42.3HemisMda HMTV ... ... ... 13.20 10.50 49 11.75 +1.7HennesAd s HNNA .40 2.1 9 20.00 13.88 13 18.65 +12.8HSchein s HSIC ... ... 28 93.50 62.56 913 72.40 +3.6HrtgeCo HTBK .44 2.6 20 17.28 12.76 211 16.81 +9.7HrtgeFn HFWA .60 1.9 22 33.25 23.00 115 31.85 +3.4HeritCryst HCCI ... ... 29 25.20 14.35 54 19.70 -9.4HernTher h HRTX ... ... ...dd 32.85 12.70 1594 32.10 +77.3HerzdCrb CUBA .12e ... ...q 7.54 6.60 7 6.82 -4.6HeskaCorp HSKA ... ... 61 115.00 56.59 189 99.74 +24.3Hexindai n HX ... ... ... 17.00 10.20 93 12.38 +12.0sHibbett HIBB ... ... 17 28.65 9.40 645 28.40 +39.2HighSenLn SNLN .79 4.3 ...q 18.41 18.13 99 18.21 +.1HighpwrInt HPJ ... ... 4 6.00 2.85 34 3.10 -16.2HghwyH HIHO .32e 6.7 ... 6.55 3.10 3 4.80 +14.3HimaxTch HIMX .24e 3.3 43 13.95 5.97 1512 7.37 -29.3HingmSv HIFS 1.36a .6 18 242.00 172.62 2 210.00 +1.4Histogenics HSGX ... ... ...dd 3.35 1.59 94 2.15 +4.9Holl ysys HOLI .12e .5 22 28.35 15.62 646 25.00 +12.3Hologic HOLX ... ... ...dd 46.80 35.10 1981 38.70 -9.5HomeBLA HBCP .68f 1.5 20 47.20 34.12 22 44.23 +2.3HomeBcs s HOMB .44 1.8 24 26.30 20.82 415 23.82 +2.5HmFdB LA HFBL .48 1.5 19 32.19 23.10 0 32.00 +13.8HomeStreet HMST ... ... 23 32.60 24.00 262 28.35 -2.1sHometBk n HMTA .04p ... ... 12.91 9.80 0 13.00 +16.3HomeTrBc HTBI ... ... 26 28.00 21.40 26 27.00 +4.9HomolMd n FIXX ... ... ... 24.40 16.12 134 19.56 +4.8HookerFu HOFT .56 1.4 16 52.75 35.90 26 38.65 -9.0HopeBcp HOPE .52 2.8 16 19.92 15.10 1235 18.29 +.2HopFedBc HFBC .20 1.3 20 16.29 13.51 4 15.13 +7.3HorizBcp s HBNC .60f 2.0 18 31.14 24.54 55 30.33 +9.1HorizPhm HZNP ... ... ...dd 16.02 9.90 1075 14.97 +2.5HorizTFn HRZN 1.20 11.9 9q 11.88 9.66 98 10.08 -10.2Hor OEXcc QYLD 2.26e 9.2 ...q 25.50 22.67 150 24.62 +.4HorzDAX DAX .60m 1.9 ... 34.00 28.53 3 31.02 -1.8Hortonwks HDP ... ... ...dd 22.00 11.50 1210 16.94 -15.8HospPT HPT 2.12f 7.7 11 31.27 23.83 568 27.54 -7.7HostessBr n TWNK ... ... 27 17.03 11.00 784 12.90 -12.9Hostess wt TWNKW ... ... ... 3.24 1.23 2.23 -4.3HoughMH HMHC ... ... ...dd 13.95 6.20 710 6.75 -27.4sHoustWC HWCC .12m 1.5 ... 8.35 4.70 154 8.05 +11.8HovnEn pf A HOVNP ... ... ... 8.47 5.50 6.50 -13.3HowardBcp HBMD ... ... 29 24.20 16.70 49 17.95 -18.4HubGroup HUBG ... ... 26 52.25 33.18 226 47.00 -1.9HudsonGbl HSON .20 11.6 ...dd 2.44 1.26 74 1.72 -23.6HudsonTc HDSN ... ... 10 10.40 2.50 497 2.52 -58.5HuntJB JBHT .96 .8 20 126.49 83.35 716 125.12 +8.8HuntMar un HUNTU ... ... ... 10.90 9.53 10.15 +2.8HunterMar HUNT ... ... ... 10.10 7.99 9.85 +.9HuntMar wt HUNTW ... ... ... .97 .06 .37 +22.9HuntBncsh HBAN .44 2.9 16 16.60 12.14 9023 15.10 +3.7HuntBcs pf HBANO 1.56 6.0 ... 28.68 25.75 20 26.17 -7.0HuntB pfC HBANN 1.47 5.8 ... 26.85 24.76 1 25.28 -2.9HuntAct n SQZZ ... ... ... 27.00 23.30 25.69 +1.5Str 7handl n HNDL ... ... ... 25.98 23.65 3 23.85 -4.9Hurco HURC .44f 1.0 18 50.33 27.74 6 46.10 +9.5HuronCon HURN ... ... ...dd 44.85 29.53 62 37.30 -7.8HutChMd n HCM ... ... ... 42.25 19.04 84 33.17 -15.9HuttigBld HBP ... ... ...dd 7.75 4.82 54 5.82 -12.5Hydrognc HYGS ... ... ...dd 12.00 6.75 13 7.90 -28.8I -:I-AMCap n IAM ... ... ... 11.94 9.75 4 10.09 +2.2I-AMCap wt IAMXW ... ... ... .35 .21 .26 -21.2I-AMCap rt IAMXR ... ... ... .49 .21 0 .44 +46.7IAC Inter IAC 1.36 .9 55 166.64 98.27 482 145.14 +18.7IBEX Hl n IBEX ... ... ... ICAD ICAD ... ... ...dd 4.99 2.93 125 3.26 -5.2ICC Hld n ICCH ... ... 73 18.00 14.54 0 15.25 -6.3ICF Intl ICFI .56 .8 20 69.05 41.10 122 66.45 +26.6sICU Med ICUI ... ... ...cc 272.80 158.25 134 272.95 +26.4IClickInt n ICLK ... ... ...dd 11.40 5.05 56 7.20 -20.4ID Syst IDSY ... ... ...dd 8.05 5.50 23 5.90 -15.0IdexxLab s IDXX ... ... 60 217.89 146.09 1543 199.42 +27.5IES Hldgs IESC ... ... 25 19.35 14.05 14 17.30 +.3IF Bancp IROQ .20f 1.0 24 21.33 19.10 4 20.51 +4.3IFresh n IFMK ... ... ...dd 18.00 4.62 5 6.13 -52.8IHS Mark INFO ... ... 30 52.61 42.40 1180 51.63 +14.4II-VI IIVI ... ... 29 53.08 29.90 523 45.55 -3.0ILG Inc ILG .70 2.1 39 35.00 24.38 1230 33.91 +19.1INTLFCStn INTL ... ... 15 47.29 33.11 55 46.34 +9.0IPG Photon IPGP ... ... 40 264.11 133.86 225 252.47 +17.9iPass IPAS ... ... ...dd 1.51 .25 313 .36 -31.0iPicEnt n IPIC ... ... ... 17.00 6.75 13 8.00 -47.2IQ US Lg n CLRG .08e ... ... 27.80 24.16 24 25.65 +1.4IQIYI n IQ ... ... ... 23.15 15.30 10583 20.43 +31.4IRSA Prop IRCP 1.86e 5.2 ... 64.68 33.81 16 35.50 -37.2IRhythm n IRTC ... ... ...dd 69.99 33.72 228 67.81 +21.0iRobot IRBT ... ... 28 109.78 55.77 462 62.31 -18.8iShEMAsia EEMA 1.23e 1.7 ...q 81.27 62.37 16 74.39 +.9iShTurkey TUR 1.10e 3.2 ...q 47.13 33.12 542 33.89 -22.0iShIntTBd s IGOV ... ... ...q 201.98 48.33 374 49.27 -1.3iShNewZea ENZL 2.01e 4.2 ...q 50.56 42.72 7 47.64 +.4iSh1-3yITB ISHG .20e .2 ...q 87.67 79.75 2 83.25 -1.1iShSelDiv DVY 3.03e 3.1 ...q 102.32 89.53 310 97.31 -1.3iShGTimb WOOD .94e 1.1 ...q 82.90 58.01 26 82.22 +15.6iShEurFn EUFN .74e 3.2 ...q 25.85 21.08 621 23.13 -.8iShAsiaexJ AAXJ 1.30e 1.7 ...q 83.52 64.80 534 77.37 +1.4iShEMInfr EMIF .93e 3.0 ...q 35.28 30.34 4 31.01 -5.8iShGClnEn ICLN .33e 3.3 ...q 10.05 8.31 219 9.98 +7.1iShACWX ACWX 1.00e 2.0 ...q 53.74 45.06 395 50.52 +1.1iSh ACWI ACWI 1.43e 1.9 ...q 77.54 64.17 800 73.49 +1.9iSEafeSC SCZ 1.51e 2.3 ...q 69.19 56.92 776 66.35 +2.9iShEMBd EMB 5.27e 4.9 ...q 117.46 106.93 3516 108.46 -6.6tiShGnmaBd GNMA .75e 1.6 ...q 50.15 48.03 6 48.01 -3.0tiSh7-10yTB IEF 1.96 2.0 ...q 108.81 100.49 4757 100.42 -4.9iSh1-3yTB SHY .52 .6 ...q 84.72 83.09 705 83.11 -.9iShEurRE IFEU 1.46e 3.6 ...q 42.63 36.57 7 40.87 -.8iShIntlRE IFGL 1.48e 4.9 ...q 31.77 27.88 26 30.09 +.3iShEuroSC IEUS 1.08e 1.8 ...q 62.36 50.61 7 59.60 +3.0iShs SOX SOXX 1.55e .8 ...q 198.84 138.23 371 185.79 +9.4iShIndia50 INDY .15e .4 ...q 39.29 33.00 43 35.57 -4.2iShNsdBio s IBB ... ... ...q 119.30 94.20 1324 107.53 +.7tiShMBS MBB 3.04e 2.4 ...q 107.76 103.03 372 103.01 -3.4tiShCorUSCr CRED 4.20 3.9 ...q 112.93 106.60 52 106.63 -4.8tiShIntCrBd CIU 3.09 2.9 ...q 110.70 105.74 273 105.74 -3.2tiSh1-3CrBd CSJ 1.52 1.5 ...q 105.61 103.50 739 103.50 -1.0tiSh3-7yTrB IEI 1.78 1.5 ...q 124.98 118.72 186 118.68 -2.8iSCorUSVal s IUSV 1.16e 2.1 ...q 58.64 49.35 201 54.42 -1.8iSCorUSGr s IUSG .72e 1.3 ...q 58.49 46.80 197 56.82 +5.7 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 11 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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iShShtTrB SHV .03e ... ...q 110.41 110.18 2603 110.30 +.1iShUSPfd PFF 2.13a 5.8 ...q 39.28 36.52 2050 36.94 -3.0iShCrShUS s ISTB ... ... ... 50.47 48.89 355 48.90 -1.9siShSCGrth IJT 1.54e .8 ...q 183.57 149.00 80 183.52 +7.9Itus Cp hrs ITUS ... ... ...dd 6.43 .60 129 3.41 +44.5Iberiabnk IBKC 1.52f 1.9 29 87.55 68.55 447 79.35 +2.4Iberia pfB IBKCP 1.66 6.2 ... 30.50 25.82 2 26.82 -5.5Iberiab pfC IBKCO 1.65 6.2 ... 28.92 26.21 1 26.81 -4.6Icahn Ent IEP 7.00f 10.5 28 73.23 47.56 114 66.66 +25.8IchorHld n ICHR ... ... 12 35.51 17.76 755 26.98 +9.7Icon PLC ICLR ... ... 31 126.91 85.59 243 122.19 +9.0IconixBrnd ICON ... ... 1 7.06 .58 1292 .75 -42.2IdealPower IPWR ... ... ...dd 3.29 1.06 57 1.21 -14.8Identive lf INVE ... ... ...dd 6.10 2.55 23 3.75 +12.3IderaPhm IDRA ... ... ...dd 2.87 1.32 2635 1.92 -9.0iKangHlth KANG ... ... 17 20.14 11.70 605 19.97 +26.4Ikonics IKNX ... ... ... 13.03 7.25 5 9.07 +20.6Illumina ILMN ... ... 70 272.90 167.98 564 268.84 +23.0ImageSens ISNS ... ... ...dd 5.20 2.50 34 3.63 +22.9sImmersn h IMMR ... ... ...dd 13.50 5.76 2154 13.91 +97.0ImmuCell ICCC ... ... 85 9.25 5.26 1 7.66 -12.9ImmuneDs IMDZ ... ... ...dd 13.05 2.80 784 4.45 +14.1ImmuneP rs IMNP ... ... ... 3.43 .25 1297 .26 -55.3ImunoGn IMGN ... ... ...dd 13.41 4.10 1804 10.77 +68.0Imunmd IMMU ... ... ...dd 19.90 6.93 2975 19.51 +20.7Immuron n IMRN ... ... ... 16.70 4.47 0 8.54 +61.5Immurn wt IMRNW ... ... ... 1.47 .64 1.40 +53.8Immutep IMMP ... ... ... 2.85 1.25 129 2.17 +38.2ImpaxLabs IPXL ... ... ...dd 25.70 13.25 18.30 +9.9Imperva IMPV ... ... ...dd 52.40 37.17 279 47.25 +19.0Impinj n PI ... ... ... 60.85 9.95 364 17.33 -23.1ImprimisP IMMY ... ... ...dd 4.13 1.35 373 2.46 +44.7Incyte INCY ... ... ...dd 140.11 60.23 2118 67.02 -29.2IndBkMA INDB 1.52f 2.0 22 76.35 59.65 152 74.35 +6.4IndBkMI IBCP .60 2.4 19 25.75 18.50 114 24.80 +11.0sIndepBkTX IBTX .56f .7 23 77.73 51.71 97 77.20 +14.2IndusAcq n INDU ... ... ... 11.74 9.65 12 9.84 +.9IndusAq wt INDUW ... ... ... .55 .36 .54 +28.3IndusAc un INDUU ... ... ... 10.48 9.95 4 10.46 +4.1IndSvAm lf IDSA ... ... ... 2.70 1.03 11 2.22 +35.4IndLogis n ILPT .27p ... 68 24.00 17.21 615 20.97 -10.2Innera INFN ... ... ...dd 12.39 6.10 1265 10.05 +58.8InnityPh INFI ... ... ...dd 3.75 .93 399 2.08 +2.5sInfPrCas IPCC 2.32 1.6 28 140.85 83.00 102 140.65 +32.7InaRx n IFRX ... ... ... 42.83 14.47 48 34.45 +64.4InfoSvcs III .20f 5.0 5 4.63 3.43 35 4.04 -3.1tInfoSonc rs IFON ... ... ... 21.00 3.68 65 3.72 -48.2InfrEnAlt IEA ... ... ... 10.42 8.25 48 9.35 -5.7InfrEnAl wt IEAW ... ... ... .99 .30 .93 +18.2InglesMk h IMKTA .66 2.2 13 40.05 20.75 105 29.45 -14.9InnerWkgs INWK ... ... 25 12.03 8.19 262 8.86 -11.7Innodata INOD ... ... ...dd 1.90 .88 71 1.15 -15.4Innophos IPHS 1.92 4.0 42 51.34 38.66 97 47.47 +1.6Innospec IOSP .88f 1.2 28 79.90 54.10 111 74.95 +6.2InnovBio rs INNT ... ... ... 50.50 3.43 206 15.81 +159.2MnstD wt h MSDIW ... ... ... .35 .01 .05 +2.0InnovSolu ISSC ... ... 10 4.54 2.60 22 2.91 -1.0Innoviva INVA 1.00 6.8 14 17.99 11.43 458 14.66 +3.3Inogen INGN ... ... ...cc 185.36 80.04 115 182.15 +53.0Inovalon n INOV .12p ... ... 17.80 8.90 840 9.90 -34.0InovioPhm INO ... ... ...dd 9.86 3.76 1613 5.10 +23.5tInpixon rs INPX ... ... ... 82.80 .31 2004 .36 -94.4InseegoCp INSG ... ... ...dd 2.33 .87 203 1.80 +11.8InsightEnt NSIT ... ... 16 47.95 32.11 458 45.42 +18.6Insignia s ISIG .70e ... ...dd 2.40 .90 3 1.55 +30.3Insmed INSM ... ... ...dd 33.94 11.49 719 27.89 -10.6InspEnt INSE ... ... ... 14.00 4.40 76 6.50 -33.7Insteel IIIN .12a .4 24 34.32 23.20 82 31.03 +9.6Insulet PODD ... ... ...dd 94.26 40.08 392 86.96 +26.0InsysTher s INSY ... ... ...dd 15.02 4.10 360 7.12 -26.0IntecPhm n NTEC ... ... ... 9.80 4.65 220 4.85 -5.8IntegLfSc s IART ... ... 73 65.32 41.51 761 63.85 +33.4IntgDv IDTI ... ... 33 34.13 22.70 1320 31.64 +6.4IntegMed n IMTE ... ... ... 44.00 1.85 91 16.30 +189.5Intel INTC 1.20 2.2 20 55.79 33.23 16091 54.64 +18.4Intellia n NTLA ... ... ...dd 35.99 11.15 869 25.29 +31.6Intelliph IPCI ... ... 3 2.92 .32 517 .43 -46.3IntParfum IPAR .84 1.7 35 52.10 34.05 171 50.30 +15.8InteractB IBKR .40 .5 44 80.32 34.26 578 78.14 +32.0InterceptP ICPT ... ... ...dd 135.59 51.05 491 71.38 +22.2InterDig IDCC 1.40 1.8 11 86.90 67.55 189 79.60 +4.5Interface TILE .26 1.2 23 26.25 18.30 433 22.60 -10.1Intergroup INTG ... ... ...dd 28.50 21.30 4 26.20 +9.9IntlnkEl n LINK ... ... ... 9.85 4.10 1 4.50 -13.8Intermolec IMI ... ... ...dd 1.65 .85 59 1.37 Internap rs INAP ... ... ... 22.36 10.03 317 12.39 -21.1sIntlBcsh IBOC .66 1.5 17 42.90 32.50 268 43.00 +8.3IntlSpdw ISCA .47f 1.1 9 47.45 32.25 148 42.60 +6.9tIntrntGold IGLD ... ... ... 11.51 3.44 2 3.29 -61.1IntrntInitJ IIJI .12e 1.2 ... 12.50 8.12 2 10.30 +13.1IntrpDia rs IDXG ... ... 1 3.20 .72 224 .88 -13.5IntersENT XENT ... ... ...dd 42.25 21.45 166 40.30 +24.4Intersectns INTX ... ... ...dd 5.75 1.46 46 1.97 -12.8Intevac IVAC ... ... 94 14.00 4.51 112 4.70 -31.4IntraCellu ITCI ... ... ...dd 25.82 9.35 420 21.94 +51.5IntriCon IIN ... ... ...cc 31.15 6.05 70 30.50 +54.0Intuit INTU 1.56 .8 52 196.28 124.22 1513 190.41 +20.7IntSurg s ISRG ... ... 70 473.79 280.62 508 461.04 +26.3Investar ISTR .14f .5 25 27.70 20.25 10 26.05 +8.2InvestBncp ISBC .36 2.6 20 14.69 12.48 2905 13.59 -2.1InvTitl ITIC 1.60a .8 16 221.88 162.67 1 189.98 -4.2Invuity n IVTY ... ... ...dd 9.55 2.35 151 2.90 -53.2IonisPhm IONS ... ... ...cc 65.51 39.07 1185 43.71 -13.1IovanceTh IOVA ... ... ...dd 19.90 4.45 1507 16.45 +105.6iPLgExR1K ROLA ... ... ...q 147.93 iPTr5yBear DFVS ... ... ...q 36.81 27.28 36.81 +16.1iPUST5yBull DFVL ... ... ... 68.83 61.02 62.17 -5.1iRadimed IRMD ... ... ...cc 18.90 8.00 10 18.45 +21.8Iridex IRIX ... ... ...dd 10.98 4.28 9 7.00 -8.1IridiumCm IRDM ... ... 14 13.25 9.68 1003 11.65 -1.3Iridium pfB IRDMB 16.88 4.1 ... 437.20 348.00 406.98 +1.2IronwdPh IRWD ... ... ...dd 19.94 12.89 861 18.54 +23.7iShRUT P n AMCA .26e ... ... 28.53 24.40 26.84 -1.9tiSh USD n SUSC ... ... ... 25.90 24.06 1 24.09 -5.4iSh 1-5Yr n SUSB ... ... ... 25.26 24.46 4 24.49 -1.9iShExpoTc XT .14p ... ...q 38.52 30.02 89 36.96 +4.3iSh USA Op ESGU .92e 1.5 ... 62.57 52.24 3 59.51 +2.0iShHYlexOG HYXE ... ... ... 55.47 49.80 0 50.20 -1.7iShFallAn n FALN 1.48a 5.6 ... 30.06 26.26 9 26.59 -2.0iSh ESG Opt ESGD ... ... ... 72.49 62.02 71 68.92 +1.6iSh GlImp n MPCT 1.18e 2.0 ... 62.84 53.60 2 59.44 +.4tiShCTotBd s IUSB ... ... ...q 51.49 48.96 744 48.94 -3.8iShCHGer HEWG .68e 1.6 ...q 30.35 26.39 127 29.25 +2.0iSh UAE UAE .63e 3.9 ...q 18.08 15.86 2 16.23 -3.4iSh Qatar QAT .66e 3.9 ...q 19.07 13.01 25 16.73 +3.2siShCmdSel COMT 1.89e 4.7 ...q 39.75 31.13 261 39.92 +9.9iShGblGld rs RING ... ... ...q 20.84 16.88 356 17.81 -5.3Isramco ISRL ... ... ...dd 128.93 92.00 1 100.45 -4.0Iteris ITI ... ... ...dd 8.17 4.09 381 5.61 -19.5tItron ITRI ... ... 32 79.95 60.00 520 59.70 -12.5IturanLoc ITRN .96 3.1 16 38.00 28.50 29 31.35 -8.3IvyNxFoc ef IVFGC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 100.02 IvNxFcVl ef IVFVC ... ... ... 100.02 99.99 100.02 IvNxShEn IVENC ... ... ... 100.06 99.98 100.02 Izea n IZEA ... ... ... 7.85 1.37 54 2.05 -54.6J -:J&J Snack JJSF 1.80 1.3 22 157.33 124.10 113 138.64 -8.7j2Global JCOM 1.66f 1.9 31 90.90 70.27 298 86.86 +15.8JA Solar JASO ... ... 11 8.48 6.01 53 7.20 -3.5JD.com JD ... ... 19 50.68 34.88 9403 36.43 -12.0JMU Ltd JMU ... ... ... 2.60 .57 44 .70 -31.4JackHenry JKHY 1.48 1.2 28 127.31 95.04 245 122.28 +4.5JackInBox JACK 1.60 1.8 25 113.00 79.30 705 91.37 -6.9JksvllBcIL JXSB .40 1.2 ... 34.99 29.00 1 33.45 +4.5JaguarHlth JAGX ... ... ... .99 .11 1468 .15 +8.6JkksPac JAKK ... ... ...dd 4.90 1.95 397 2.85 +21.3Jamba JMBA ... ... ...dd 10.38 6.71 27 9.84 +22.1JRiverGrp JRVR 1.20a 3.3 25 44.34 32.17 266 36.65 -8.4JanusSmC JSML ... ... ... 39.73 32.23 0 38.86 +5.8JanSmMid JSMD ... ... ... 43.68 32.81 1 41.79 +7.6JanLTCar n OLD ... ... ... 27.72 21.60 23.60 -1.4JanObes n SLIM ... ... ... 34.96 24.73 1 34.73 +12.0JanOrgan n ORG ... ... ... 36.00 27.12 2 32.09 -7.1JanGlQua n SGQI ... ... ... 30.10 26.73 28.01 -3.8Jason Inds JASN ... ... ...dd 3.88 .77 28 2.98 +25.7Jason wt JASNW ... ... ... .19 .01 .02 -17.4JazzPhrm JAZZ ... ... 22 168.48 128.58 608 161.24 +19.7JensynAc n JSYN ... ... ... 11.10 10.06 10.56 +2.5JensynAc rt JSYNR ... ... ... .45 .15 .38 +66.7JensynAc wt JSYNW ... ... ... .55 .11 7 .16 -57.1JensynAc un JSYNU ... ... ... 11.21 10.50 11.05 +1.8JerashHl n JRSH ... ... ... 11.00 7.85 43 9.04 +5.2JetBlue JBLU ... ... 11 24.13 18.05 6058 19.47 -12.8JetPay h JTPY ... ... ...dd 4.90 1.45 5 2.15 -15.4JewettCam JCTCF ... ... 22 17.90 11.25 1 16.03 +6.9JohnsnOut JOUT .48f .6 19 77.58 42.75 56 75.51 +21.6JointCorp JYNT ... ... ...dd 8.00 3.41 113 7.18 +44.8JounceTh n JNCE ... ... ... 29.25 11.05 673 17.67 +38.6JunprPhm JNP ... ... 15 13.25 3.90 82 8.70 +79.4K -:K2M Grp KTWO ... ... ...dd 25.99 16.44 184 21.36 +18.7KBL Merg n KBLM ... ... ... 10.00 9.65 2 9.93 +2.3KBL Mrg wt KBLMW ... ... ... .28 .15 .23 +16.8KBL Mrg rt KBLMR ... ... ... .56 .25 4 .39 +32.8KBL Mg un KBLMU ... ... ... 10.50 9.10 10.50 +3.3KBS Fash rs KBSF ... ... ... 15.00 1.41 9 5.14 +24.3KCAP Fin KCAP .40 12.6 ... 4.00 2.91 22 3.17 -7.0KCAP 22 n KCAPL 1.53 6.0 ... 25.73 24.65 3 25.41 +1.2KEYW Hld KEYW ... ... ...dd 9.62 4.94 432 8.15 +38.8KLA Tnc KLAC 3.00f 2.6 15 123.96 87.93 1150 113.67 +8.2KLX KLXI ... ... 30 82.50 45.73 503 72.99 +6.9KVHInd KVHI ... ... ...dd 12.65 8.83 16 11.20 +8.2KaiserAlu KALU 2.20 2.1 34 116.86 78.23 120 105.40 -1.4Kala Ph n KALA ... ... ... 26.75 11.81 226 16.97 -8.2Kalvista rs KALV ... ... ...dd 15.80 5.48 11 8.91 -8.6Kamada KMDA ... ... ... 8.61 3.75 34 5.00 +5.3KandiTech KNDI ... ... ... 9.90 3.50 83 5.95 -12.5sKaryophm KPTI ... ... ...dd 18.79 7.48 564 18.54 +93.1KayAnAc n KAAC ... ... ... 10.08 9.64 30 9.79 +.8KayAnAc wt KAACW ... ... ... 1.04 .59 1.00 +17.6KayneAn un KAACU ... ... ... 11.18 9.85 26 10.27 +3.1KaziaTh rs KZIA ... ... ... 6.68 1.63 13 5.22 +64.2KearnyF s KRNY .12 .8 54 15.60 12.75 354 14.15 -2.1KellySA KELYA .30 1.3 12 32.31 21.01 571 22.40 -17.9KellySB KELYB .30 1.0 15 29.07 20.18 28.92 +1.5KemPhm n KMPH ... ... ...dd 8.40 2.45 78 6.40 +58.0KY FstFd KFFB .40 4.7 36 10.00 8.25 4 8.60 -3.9KeryxBio KERX ... ... ...dd 8.38 3.92 1869 5.81 +24.9KewnSc KEQU .68 2.1 20 34.95 22.75 2 32.55 +12.3KeyTrn KTCC ... ... 16 8.40 6.69 12 8.26 +21.1Kforce KFRC .48 1.5 25 33.55 16.75 146 32.50 +28.7KimballEl KE ... ... 18 22.45 15.75 46 17.85 -2.2KimballInt KBAL .28 1.7 16 20.97 15.40 90 16.15 -13.5KindredBio KIN ... ... ...dd 10.15 6.55 77 9.90 +4.8KingldJw KGJI ... ... 2 2.50 1.20 113 1.42 -29.7Kingstone KINS .40 2.3 17 21.70 13.21 17 17.55 -6.6KingtoneW KONE ... ... ... 9.90 2.63 5 6.40 +49.5KinsaleCp n KNSL .28f .5 ... 55.45 33.03 72 51.85 +15.2Kirklands KIRK ... ... 35 13.42 8.17 272 10.79 -9.8KitovPh n KTOV ... ... ... 3.44 1.27 492 2.78 +21.8KitovPh wt KTOVW ... ... ... 1.10 .39 .67 +11.7KonaGrill KONA ... ... ...dd 5.05 1.50 101 2.85 +62.9KopinCp KOPN ... ... ...dd 4.60 2.80 251 3.28 +2.5KornitDig n KRNT ... ... ... 22.40 11.70 210 16.60 +2.8Koss h KOSS ... ... ...dd 3.58 1.40 36 2.60 -15.9KraftHnz n KHC 2.50 4.2 17 93.88 54.11 4252 59.29 -23.8KratosDef KTOS ... ... ...dd 13.93 8.90 3612 10.93 +3.2KrystlBio n KRYS ... ... ... 12.00 8.03 10 10.66 +1.3Kulicke KLIC ... ... 63 28.71 18.22 644 22.75 -6.5KuraOnc n KURA ... ... ...dd 24.03 5.90 226 17.20 +12.4L -:LCNB Corp LCNB .64 3.4 14 22.84 18.05 7 18.75 -8.3LGI Homes LGIH ... ... 11 81.88 31.56 776 60.00 -20.0LHC Grp LHCG ... ... 36 76.91 56.76 272 75.04 +22.5 LKQ Corp LKQ ... ... 17 43.86 29.60 1874 30.62 -24.7LM FdgA n LMFA ... ... ... 6.65 .55 15 .63 -60.4LM FdgA wt LMFAW ... ... ... .30 .03 .05 +28.2sLPL Fincl LPLA 1.00 1.4 25 70.63 37.92 984 69.69 +22.0LRAD h LRAD .04 1.8 ...dd 2.58 1.46 85 2.21 -11.2LSI Ind lf LYTS .20 3.6 25 9.54 4.99 136 5.60 -18.6LaJollaPh LJPC ... ... ...dd 41.36 22.68 431 33.27 +3.4LakeShBc h LSBK .40 2.3 43 17.82 15.41 3 17.64 +2.9LakeldB LBAI .46f 2.3 18 21.90 15.06 76 19.95 +3.6Lakelnd s LKFN 1.04f 2.1 20 52.43 41.30 49 48.77 +.6LakeInd LAKE ... ... 11 17.18 10.50 32 14.50 -.3LamResrch LRCX 2.00 1.0 20 234.88 139.24 2233 206.91 +12.4LamarAdv LAMR 3.64f 5.4 23 79.17 61.36 375 67.84 -8.6LancastrC LANC 2.40 1.9 30 135.86 113.34 73 127.78 -1.1Landcad n LCA ... ... ... 11.00 9.89 3 10.10 +1.6Landcad wt LCAHW ... ... ... 1.02 .59 .69 -1.3Landcad un LCAHU ... ... ... 10.99 10.40 10.62 +1.0Landec LNDC ... ... 17 14.95 11.42 35 13.15 +4.4LandBncp LARK .80b 2.9 28 30.48 25.73 3 27.52 -5.1LandmInfr LMRK 1.47 10.2 22 18.75 13.88 53 14.35 -20.7LandIn pfA LMRKP 2.00 8.4 ... 26.14 21.76 9 23.76 -6.0LndInf un B LMRKO 1.98 8.3 ... 25.76 22.15 10 23.89 -6.4LandInf pfC LMRKN 1.75 7.5 ... 24.35 22.17 7 23.34 -3.7LandsEnd LE ... ... 23 23.95 10.55 208 20.85 +6.6Landstar LSTR .60 .5 24 118.60 80.00 237 109.95 +5.6Lantheus n LNTH ... ... 5 24.45 13.88 347 14.50 -29.1Lantronix LTRX ... ... ... 2.83 1.78 107 2.59 +28.2Lattice LSCC ... ... ...dd 7.10 5.05 498 5.55 -4.0LaureatE n LAUR ... ... ... 18.96 10.46 1210 14.49 +6.9Lawsn LAWS ... ... 7 28.00 18.70 13 23.50 -5.1Layne LAYN ... ... ...dd 16.96 6.98 349 15.76 +25.6tLazydays n LAZY ... ... ... 11.10 8.61 15 8.54 -23.1LeMaitreV LMAT .28 .8 39 41.28 25.05 151 33.92 +6.5LeadgBr g LBIX ... ... ...dd 3.75 .74 20 1.16 -28.8LeapTh n LPTX ... ... ... 10.25 4.90 82 8.08 +29.5sLegacyRes LGCY ... ... ...dd 8.74 1.07 1431 9.65 +499.4sLegcyR pf LGCYP 2.00 11.8 ... 15.98 3.69 41 16.90 +259.6sLegcyR pfB LGCYO 2.00 13.4 ... 14.05 3.69 153 14.92 +218.1LegacyTxF LTXB .64 1.5 19 46.45 34.58 216 43.76 +3.7LM DevDvr DDBI ... ... ...q 31.49 27.24 0 30.11 +1.4LM EMDvr EDBI ... ... ...q 35.60 29.20 1 31.58 -4.4LM USDvrs UDBI ... ... ...q 32.99 28.58 31.42 -.4LM LoVHiD LVHD ... ... ...q 32.10 28.75 88 29.31 -7.0LM Gl Inf n INFR ... ... ... 30.39 27.00 2 27.95 -5.2sLM SC Qu n SQLV ... ... ... 28.54 23.33 1 28.98 +6.4LeisAcq n LACQ ... ... ... 9.65 9.55 500 9.62 LeisAcq wt LACQW ... ... ... .70 .50 .70 +27.3LeisAcq un LACQU ... ... ... 10.01 9.30 9.95 +.4LendgTree TREE ... ... ...dd 404.40 151.40 178 275.35 -19.1tLevOneBc n LEVL ... ... ... 30.79 28.43 25 28.76 -1.7LexiPhm rs LXRX ... ... ...dd 18.00 7.67 619 9.93 +.5LexnFint n LX ... ... ...cc 20.00 10.15 459 16.97 +22.1LianlouSm LLIT ... ... ... 3.69 1.05 8 1.73 -1.4LibBrdbdA LBRDA ... ... ...dd 104.35 68.20 180 71.85 -15.5LibBrdbdC LBRDK ... ... ...dd 104.66 69.16 999 72.26 -15.1LibExpA n LEXEA ... ... ... 58.20 35.89 187 40.85 -7.9LibExpB n LEXEB ... ... ... 57.52 39.17 39.57 -12.1LibtyGlobA LBTYA ... ... ...dd 39.73 28.00 2728 29.54 -17.6LibtyGlobB LBTYB ... ... ... 39.00 29.05 11 30.35 -14.6LibtyGlobC LBTYK ... ... ... 37.86 27.08 2774 28.77 -15.0LibLA A n LILA ... ... ...dd 24.00 18.26 187 20.73 -3.9LibLA C n LILAK ... ... ... 23.92 17.90 554 20.75 -3.0LibMSirA n LSXMA ... ... ... 46.43 36.33 822 45.70 +15.2LibMSirB n LSXMB ... ... ... 47.80 37.72 0 45.14 +1.4LibMSirC n LSXMK ... ... ... 46.24 36.11 555 45.63 +15.1LibMBrA n BATRA ... ... ... 26.52 21.35 95 24.25 +10.0LibMCFor FWONK ... ... ... 41.14 28.37 1261 30.09 -11.9LibMAFor FWONA ... ... ... 39.37 27.22 503 28.82 -11.9LibMBrC n BATRK ... ... ... 26.20 21.53 427 24.70 +11.2LibertyTax TAX .64 6.1 11 15.00 7.75 37 10.45 -5.0LibTripA A LTRPA ... ... ...cc 14.90 7.90 906 12.75 +35.3LibTripA B LTRPB ... ... 48 14.00 9.00 12.40 +31.9LifePtHlth LPNT ... ... 52 67.95 41.45 387 55.10 +10.6LifetimeBr LCUT .17 1.6 18 20.20 10.00 13 10.75 -34.8Lifevant rs LFVN ... ... ... 6.84 2.86 60 4.58 -3.8LifewayFds LWAY ... ... 18 10.75 4.76 21 5.68 -29.0sLigandPh LGND ... ... 62 186.73 107.65 630 193.19 +41.1LightPath LPTH ... ... ... 4.10 1.97 154 2.15 -3.2Lightbrdg rs LTBR ... ... ... 4.80 .94 103 1.07 -12.3Limbach n LMB ... ... 37 15.22 11.14 110 12.15 -12.1LimelghtN LLNW ... ... ... 6.05 2.72 657 5.22 +18.4Limoneira LMNR .25 1.0 21 26.06 18.21 12 24.53 +9.5LincEdSv LINC .08 4.6 ...dd 3.74 1.49 16 1.75 -13.4LincElec LECO 1.56 1.8 25 101.34 81.48 245 88.20 -3.7LindbladEx LIND ... ... 63 12.20 8.66 72 12.04 +23.0Lindblad wt LINDW ... ... ... 2.30 1.35 1.36 -1.4Lipocine LPCN ... ... ...dd 5.33 1.03 179 1.20 -65.1Liquidity LQDT ... ... ...dd 7.65 4.34 91 5.60 +15.5Littelfuse LFUS 1.48 .7 44 226.33 157.26 180 216.48 +9.4LivaNova n LIVN ... ... 28 92.31 54.65 544 83.23 +4.1LiveOakB n LOB .12 .4 12 30.05 20.75 101 29.20 +22.4LiveVent rs LIVE ... ... ...cc 26.50 9.11 47 12.84 -19.6LiveXLve n LIVX ... ... ... 4.40 3.43 9 4.23 +5.6LivePrsn LPSN ... ... ...dd 18.85 9.18 418 18.45 +60.4Logitech LOGI .63e 1.5 30 43.54 32.66 209 40.68 +20.9LogMeIn LOGM 1.20 1.1 ...cc 134.80 103.00 444 111.15 -2.9sLoneRs n LONE ... ... ... 6.19 2.43 595 6.69 +68.5LongFin n LFIN ... ... ... 142.82 4.69 28.19 -49.9LoopInd n LOOP ... ... ... 19.00 11.00 27 11.50 -20.6LoralSpac LORL ... ... 31 51.75 37.05 62 38.95 -11.6sLoxoOncol LOXO ... ... ...dd 141.00 42.58 740 139.50 +65.7slululemn gs LULU ... ... 54 100.73 47.26 1377 101.65 +29.3Lumentm n LITE ... ... 17 74.40 41.95 906 63.65 +30.2sLuminex LMNX .24 .9 35 26.25 18.62 353 26.26 +33.3LunaInn h LUNA ... ... ...dd 4.00 1.16 226 3.30 +35.8LuthBur n LBC .07e ... ... 13.60 11.02 79 12.79 +6.2M -:MACOM MTSI ... ... ...dd 65.99 15.46 716 23.08 -29.1MAM Soft MAMS ... ... 21 9.42 6.10 5 8.13 +8.3MB Fncl MBFI .96f 2.2 18 47.64 38.29 274 44.15 -.8MB Fin pfC MBFIO .39p ... ... 26.48 24.20 11 25.04 -4.8MBT Fnl MBTF .28f 2.7 15 11.55 9.25 20 10.20 -3.8sMCBC n MCFT ... ... 28 29.07 16.82 402 30.30 +36.4MDC Pr gs MDCA .84 19.5 1 12.26 3.80 756 4.30 -55.9MEI Phrm MEIP ... ... ...dd 3.47 1.58 1375 3.27 +55.7MER Tel rs MTSL ... ... ...dd 4.49 1.31 3 1.44 -31.8MGE Engy MGEE 1.29 2.3 27 68.70 51.05 46 56.60 -10.3MGP Ing MGPI .32a .4 54 98.65 47.64 156 86.59 +12.6MI Acq n MACQ ... ... ... 11.41 8.34 10.36 +1.7MI Acq wt MACQW ... ... ... .50 .30 .47 +35.4MI Acq un MACQU ... ... ... 12.95 10.17 11.04 +4.0MKS Inst MKSI .80f .7 17 128.28 65.90 412 116.65 +23.4MMA Cap MMAC ... ... 8 30.58 18.00 4 28.00 +15.2MSB Fin MSBF .87a 4.7 ...cc 19.30 16.85 2 18.70 +5.1MTGE Inv MTGE 2.00 10.1 6 20.00 16.15 2345 19.75 +6.8MTGE pfA MTGEP 2.03 7.8 ... 27.42 25.00 2 25.88 -.8MTS MTSC 1.20 2.3 14 57.50 42.00 102 52.90 -1.5MTchAcq n MTEC ... ... ... 9.95 9.17 77 9.66 +.4MTchAc wt MTECW ... ... ... MTchAc un MTECU ... ... ... 10.52 9.94 0 10.31 +2.4MVB Fin n MVBF .03p ... ... 20.40 16.93 3 18.43 -8.3MYOS MYOS ... ... ...dd 2.57 1.03 42 1.62 +19.5sMYR Grp MYRG ... ... 25 38.87 23.00 120 38.74 +8.4Macatawa MCBC .24 2.1 19 11.34 8.87 31 11.23 +12.3MackFn MFNC .48 3.1 14 16.80 13.29 3 15.52 -2.4MacroGen MGNX ... ... ...dd 32.74 14.36 433 22.13 +16.5MadrigP rs MDGL ... ... ...dd 154.75 13.09 149 130.40 +42.1Magal MAGS ... ... ...dd 6.48 4.13 163 5.59 +10.5MagellnHlt MGLN ... ... 21 112.25 67.43 217 89.05 -7.8MagicSft MGIC .26e 2.9 22 9.50 7.60 118 8.85 +5.6MagicJack CALL ... ... ... 8.65 5.55 23 8.50 +.6MagneG rs MNGA ... ... ... 38.70 .58 669 .61 -87.3MagyarBc MGYR ... ... 69 13.95 12.01 6 12.44 -2.9MaidenH MHLD .60 8.1 ...dd 11.95 5.55 459 7.38 +11.7MMyTrip MMYT ... ... ...dd 40.31 22.40 141 34.10 +14.2sMalibuBoat MBUU ... ... 34 42.76 22.50 254 43.65 +46.8MalvernBc MLVF ... ... 13 28.20 21.00 10 24.70 -5.7MamEngy n TUSK ... ... ... 35.94 10.88 152 34.22 +74.3ManTech MANT 1.00f 1.9 17 62.24 37.02 192 52.56 +4.7ManhAssc MANH ... ... 28 54.21 39.10 374 44.30 -10.6ManhBrCa LOAN .48 6.8 16 7.69 4.85 16 7.05 +18.6Manitex MNTX ... ... ...dd 12.37 6.41 90 11.34 +18.1MannKd rs MNKD ... ... ...dd 6.96 1.01 1955 1.91 -17.7Mannatech MTEX .50 3.2 7 22.40 13.45 27 15.65 +4.3MaraPat rs MARA ... ... ... 10.03 .50 789 1.40 -65.9MarchxB MCHX .50e ... ...dd 3.13 2.33 34 2.65 -3.8MarPet MARPS .32e 8.8 8 4.57 2.83 1 3.63 +6.8MarinusPh MRNS ... ... ...dd 9.87 1.13 292 4.68 -42.6MktAxess MKTX 1.68 .8 53 229.84 171.45 129 202.24 +.2MarlinBs MRLN .56 1.9 18 31.95 20.26 14 28.75 +28.3MarIntA MAR 1.32 .9 36 149.21 96.90 1620 140.44 +3.5Marrone MBII ... ... ...dd 3.39 .85 381 1.82 +65.5MartenTr s MRTN .10 .5 31 29.60 14.19 258 20.60 +1.5MartinMid MMLP 2.00 13.4 23 19.85 12.70 175 14.95 +6.8MarvellTch MRVL .24 1.1 68 25.18 14.87 5308 21.87 +1.9Masimo MASI ... ... 41 100.00 80.69 425 96.40 +13.7Match n MTCH ... ... 41 48.65 16.57 2516 39.69 +26.8Materialise MTLS ... ... ... 16.50 11.23 72 12.50 -1.7MatlinPr n MPAC ... ... ... 10.02 9.65 9.79 +.3MatlinPr wt MPACW ... ... ... .51 .36 .44 +4.8MatlnPrt un MPACU ... ... ... 11.00 10.00 10.24 +.9MatrixSv MTRX ... ... ...dd 20.25 7.80 185 18.15 +2.0Mattel MAT .60 3.9 ...cc 23.12 12.21 5262 15.48 +.7Mattersight MATR ... ... ...dd 3.05 1.93 918 2.65 +3.9MatthInt MATW .76 1.5 18 66.65 47.70 98 52.35 -.9MaximIntg MXIM 1.68 2.9 24 74.94 43.43 1783 58.49 +11.9MaxwellT MXWL ... ... ...dd 6.61 4.29 151 5.32 -7.6MaysJ MAYS ... ... 74 47.00 33.55 0 43.50 +11.5MazorRbt MZOR ... ... ...dd 76.56 29.55 747 59.78 +15.9sMcGrathR MGRC 1.36f 2.1 10 64.05 32.09 109 64.43 +37.1MedalFin MFIN .20 4.3 47 5.56 2.08 213 4.69 +32.9MedalF 9 21 MFINL 2.25 8.8 ... 26.96 18.41 25.55 -4.8MedTrBill MTBC ... ... ...dd 5.44 1.08 157 3.41 +30.7MedTBill pf MTBCP 2.75 10.7 ... 27.80 22.21 10 25.65 +1.5MediCo MDCO ... ... ...dd 48.00 24.45 970 32.13 +17.5MediciNova MNOV ... ... ...dd 14.50 4.40 89 10.51 +62.4Medidata MDSO ... ... ...cc 85.92 59.60 660 75.65 +19.4Medigus rs MDGS ... ... ... 3.18 1.08 234 1.40 +6.1MediWound MDWD ... ... ...dd 8.25 3.56 65 6.60 +48.3Medpace n MEDP ... ... 35 43.00 25.73 311 41.03 +13.2MeetGrp MEET ... ... ...dd 5.45 1.84 1848 3.27 +16.0MelcoResE MLCO .32e 1.0 ...cc 32.95 19.56 1707 31.11 +7.1Melinta rs MLNT ... ... ... 24.25 6.50 112 7.40 -53.2Mellanox MLNX ... ... ...cc 85.20 41.88 514 84.90 +31.2MelroseBn MELR .34e ... 23 20.50 16.85 8 19.25 -3.8MenloTh n MNLO ... ... ...dd 39.86 6.99 342 9.84 -65.7Menus n MRUS ... ... ... 22.46 13.23 30 17.73 -8.6MercadoL MELI .60 .2 ...cc 417.91 217.06 1383 305.13 -3.0MercBank MBWM .88 2.5 17 38.08 28.92 32 35.71 +1.0sMercerIntl MERC .50 3.1 14 15.40 10.45 606 15.95 +11.5sMerchBcp n MBIN .24f 1.0 ... 23.77 16.27 57 24.47 +24.3MercSys MRCY ... ... 45 55.00 30.11 379 35.24 -31.4MeridBcp EBSB .20f 1.0 26 21.85 15.85 155 19.15 -7.0MeridnBk n MRBK ... ... ... 21.37 16.56 1 17.40 -12.9MeridBio VIVO .50 3.5 23 16.45 13.23 557 14.10 +.7sMeritMed MMSI ... ... 51 52.55 32.65 314 52.00 +20.4MerrimP rs MACK ... ... 1 27.08 7.37 54 8.83 -13.9Mersana n MRSN ... ... ... 21.01 12.45 150 16.74 +1.9MesaLabs MLAB .64 .4 ...dd 174.74 122.35 11 169.80 +36.6Mesoblast n MESO ... ... ... 9.64 4.74 18 5.34 -8.6MetaFincl CASH .52 .5 22 117.98 60.70 59 108.05 +16.6sMethanx MEOH 1.32 1.9 20 70.70 39.48 837 70.35 +16.2Michaels MIK ... ... 9 27.87 17.25 912 18.95 -21.7Microbot rs MBOT ... ... ... 6.00 .58 147 .86 -16.2Microchp MCHP 1.45f 1.6 95 101.48 75.80 1425 93.51 +6.4MicronT MU ... ... 7 63.42 26.85 57766 56.50 +37.4MicronetE MICT ... ... ...dd 1.77 .65 146 1.34 +19.6sMicroSemi MSCC ... ... 33 68.58 46.09 1772 68.59 +32.8Microsoft MSFT 1.68 1.7 56 98.69 67.14 17371 97.15 +13.6MicroStr MSTR ... ... 23 196.35 122.16 71 128.81 -1.9Microvisn MVIS ... ... ...dd 3.25 1.00 776 1.59 -2.5MidPenn MPB .60 1.7 18 37.90 25.10 4 34.90 +5.4MidConEn MCEP ... ... ...dd 2.52 .92 290 2.26 +91.5Midatech n MTP ... ... ... 3.27 .71 15 .78 -6.9Middleby MIDD ... ... 20 138.89 100.32 743 104.97 -22.2MiddledB MBCN 1.12 2.2 16 54.90 42.10 6 51.20 +6.2MdsxWatr MSEX .90 2.2 28 46.74 32.23 39 40.69 +2.0MidlStBc n MSBI .88 2.8 22 36.50 28.70 66 31.89 -1.8MidWOne MOFG .78f 2.3 18 37.94 30.56 15 33.43 -.3 MillerHer MLHR .72 2.2 16 41.85 29.25 275 32.90 -17.9Mimecast n MIME ... ... ...dd 43.39 24.47 345 42.02 +46.6MiMedx MDXG ... ... 32 18.25 6.05 2193 7.33 -41.9Mind CTI MNDO .30e 13.6 10 2.55 2.10 36 2.21 -10.3Mindbody n MB ... ... ...dd 45.50 21.57 529 39.05 +28.2MinervaN NERV ... ... ...dd 11.15 4.80 86 6.50 +7.4Miragen rs MGEN ... ... ... 15.91 5.01 148 7.51 -28.0MiratiTher MRTX ... ... ...dd 37.62 2.70 334 35.45 +94.2Misonix MSON ... ... ...dd 12.85 7.05 13 12.00 +27.0Mitcham MIND ... ... ...dd 4.79 2.82 40 3.76 +18.6Mitchm pfA MINDP 2.25 9.6 ... 23.98 22.34 1 23.37 +.5MitekSys MITK ... ... 23 10.75 7.00 186 8.50 -5.0MitelNet g MITL ... ... ...dd 11.31 6.48 2233 11.03 +34.0MobileMini MINI 1.00 2.2 38 46.10 26.70 123 45.45 +31.7MobileIron MOBL ... ... ...dd 6.78 3.20 338 4.25 +9.0ModMed n MMDM ... ... ... 10.24 9.65 55 9.94 +1.4ModMed wt MMDMW ... ... ... .75 .36 .44 -20.0ModMed rt MMDMR ... ... ... .50 .30 .48 +22.8ModMed un MMDMU ... ... ... 12.50 10.10 10.65 +1.3MolecTemp MTEM ... ... ...dd 13.25 .35 58 8.22 -18.0Moleculin n MBRX ... ... ... 3.75 .71 174 1.73 -7.0sMomenta MNTA ... ... ...dd 22.10 11.85 945 22.65 +62.4Momo MOMO ... ... ... 46.69 22.49 1808 37.30 +52.4MonakGp n MKGI ... ... ... 5.07 2.00 15 2.75 -44.7MonarCas h MCRI ... ... 30 47.92 29.37 95 44.20 -1.4Mondelez MDLZ .88 2.2 21 47.23 37.42 5784 39.52 -7.7MoneyGrm MGI ... ... ...dd 17.63 6.44 300 6.97 -47.1MngDB A n MDB ... ... ... 46.56 24.62 410 42.14 +42.0MonPwSys MPWR 1.20f .9 86 128.87 92.15 288 127.77 +13.7Monotype TYPE .46 2.2 50 26.75 15.75 210 21.10 -12.4Monro MNRO .72 1.3 34 64.15 39.65 211 56.65 -.5MonroeCap MRCC 1.40 10.3 9 16.10 12.18 53 13.54 -1.5MonstrBv s MNST ... ... 33 70.21 46.50 3192 48.09 -24.0sMornstr MORN 1.00 .9 26 113.59 70.71 80 114.08 +17.6MoSys rs MOSY ... ... ...dd 2.70 .55 482 1.92 +73.0MotifBio n MTFB ... ... ... 13.75 6.84 11 9.27 -14.2MotifBi un MTFBW ... ... ... 9.94 1.50 4.40 +14.9MotorcarP MPAA ... ... 25 31.55 18.53 134 21.91 -12.3MotusGI n MOTS ... ... ... 5.30 3.75 114 5.00 +14.2MtnPDia g MPVE ... ... ... 4.10 2.35 10 2.73 -.9Moxian n MOXC ... ... ... 4.16 2.01 40 2.59 -32.8MudrickC n MUDS ... ... ... 9.71 9.55 45 9.63 +.4sMudrcC un MUDSU ... ... ... 10.28 9.98 2 10.30 +3.0MultiColor LABL .20 .3 17 89.70 61.50 155 64.15 -14.3MustBio n MBIO ... ... ... 13.35 7.55 96 8.12 -32.3MutualFst MFSF .72 2.0 18 40.50 31.05 6 36.60 -5.1MySize n MYSZ ... ... ... 3.58 .57 483 1.17 +80.6Mylan NV MYL ... ... 9 47.82 29.39 3573 39.18 -7.4MyndAn wt MYNDW ... ... ... 1.00 .03 .43 -8.5MyndAn n MYND ... ... ... 5.05 1.15 273 2.98 -12.4MyoKard n MYOK ... ... ...dd 62.83 12.20 259 49.00 +16.4MyriadG MYGN ... ... 17 41.57 19.75 622 34.88 +1.6N -:NBT Bcp NBTB 1.00f 2.6 18 40.47 31.28 106 37.79 +2.7NCS Mltst n NCSM ... ... ... 29.07 13.85 144 17.15 +16.4NETgear NTGR ... ... ...cc 71.42 41.50 332 59.35 +1.0NF EngSv NFEC ... ... ... 3.65 .76 1315 2.23 +129.9NI Hldg n NODK ... ... ... 18.80 15.72 26 16.44 -3.2NIC Inc EGOV .32 2.1 20 21.25 12.65 491 15.55 -6.3sNICE Ltd NICE .64 .6 45 102.35 73.25 326 103.56 +12.7NII Hldg n NIHD ... ... ...dd 3.35 .22 1506 2.47 +482.5nLIGHT n LASR ... ... ... 31.72 22.14 44 29.99 +11.3NMI Hldg h NMIH ... ... 12 21.92 10.10 416 16.85 -.9NN Inc NNBR .28 1.2 13 32.90 19.65 112 22.85 -17.2NV5 Global NVEE ... ... 23 71.90 35.35 46 58.80 +8.6NVE Corp NVEC 4.00 3.9 38 104.00 68.50 12 101.98 +18.6NXP Semi NXPI ... ... 40 125.93 90.83 9651 108.84 -7.0Nabriva n NBRV ... ... ...dd 14.10 4.39 282 5.17 -13.5NakedBr n NAKD ... ... ... 3.00 1.11 51 1.28 -11.7NanoDim n NNDM ... ... ... 7.60 1.21 81 1.33 -56.7NanoString NSTG ... ... ...dd 19.24 5.87 156 11.61 +55.4NanoVib n NAOV ... ... ... 5.00 3.68 0 4.44 -5.1sNanomtr NANO ... ... 30 38.36 22.08 232 38.37 +54.0NantHlth n NH ... ... ... 5.26 2.60 49 3.41 +11.6NantKwst n NK ... ... ... 8.45 3.41 115 4.00 -10.9Napco NSSC ... ... 32 12.00 7.40 29 11.75 +34.3Nasdaq NDAQ 1.76f 2.0 23 91.21 65.98 684 90.24 +17.5Natera n NTRA ... ... ...dd 14.76 7.78 132 11.69 +30.0Nathans s NATH 5.00e ... 49 100.90 52.90 14 78.00 +3.3NatAmUnv NAUH .18 16.1 ... 2.77 .76 11 1.12 -21.1NatlBnksh NKSH 1.19e 2.5 23 47.85 36.75 7 47.30 +4.1NatlBevrg FIZZ 1.50e ... 35 129.82 83.08 98 88.21 -9.5NatCineM NCMI .68 9.2 ...cc 8.31 5.09 911 7.41 +8.0NatlCmce n NCOM ... ... 24 46.60 36.80 22 45.40 +12.8sNatEnrSv n NESR ... ... ... 10.60 9.39 1380 10.07 +1.2NatEnSv wt NESRW ... ... ... .85 .38 .80 -2.4NatGenHld NGHC .16 .6 27 27.93 16.21 311 26.26 +33.7NatGnH pfA NGHCP 1.88 7.5 ... 26.66 22.77 3 25.14 -.5NatGnH pfB NGHCO 1.88 7.6 ... 26.62 22.02 8 24.79 -1.0NatGnH pfC NGHCN 1.88 7.6 ... 26.26 23.13 31 24.85 -.7NatGnH 55 NGHCZ 1.91 7.5 ... 26.38 23.80 19 25.48 +.3NatlHld wt NHLDW ... ... ... 2.60 .21 1.49 +65.9NatlHld rs NHLD ... ... ... 6.26 2.08 21 3.71 +12.4NatInstrm NATI .92 2.2 51 53.57 35.99 353 41.29 -.8NatResrch NRC .40 1.2 68 41.99 22.75 25 34.65 -7.1NSecGrp NSEC .20 1.3 8 18.17 11.53 0 15.75 -3.7NatlVis n EYE ... ... ... 43.80 27.19 664 33.76 -16.9NatWstnLf NWLI .36 .1 15 368.00 276.00 10 301.79 -8.8NaturlAlt NAII ... ... 10 12.15 9.10 7 10.80 +4.9NatHlTr n NHTC .56f 2.8 5 29.28 14.15 88 20.21 +33.0NaturesSun NATR .40 4.3 ...dd 14.75 8.30 18 9.30 -19.5NatusMed BABY ... ... 52 43.60 28.00 249 35.65 -6.7Nav43 JSM 1.50 6.7 ... 25.00 20.21 7 22.50 -5.3Navient NAVI .64 4.5 7 16.97 11.48 2762 14.14 +6.2NavgGp s NAVG .28 .5 20 60.35 45.80 141 58.50 +20.1NebulaAc n NEBU ... ... ... 9.65 9.65 9.65 NebulaA un NEBUU ... ... ... 10.15 9.98 10.10 +.8NektarTh NKTR ... ... ...dd 111.36 17.51 2666 85.80 +43.7Nemaura n NMRD ... ... ... 6.80 3.00 13 3.02 -47.5Neogen s NEOG ... ... 66 74.99 45.46 283 73.87 +19.8NeoGenom NEO ... ... ...cc 11.63 7.08 386 11.25 +27.0Neonode NEON ... ... ...dd 1.42 .37 104 .43 -42.1NeosTher n NEOS ... ... ...dd 13.15 6.30 284 7.60 -25.5tNeovasc g NVCN ... ... ...dd 1.89 .03 167960 .03 -94.7NeptuneT g NEPT ... ... 7 3.59 .70 383 2.96 +25.4Net1UEPS UEPS ... ... 8 13.20 8.05 416 10.48 -11.9NetElem rs NETE ... ... ... 33.51 2.56 187 7.69 -30.9NetApp NTAP .80 1.1 30 72.85 37.43 1879 70.68 +27.8NetEase NTES 2.93e 1.1 9 377.64 243.99 1783 266.00 -22.9Netix s NFLX ... ... ...cc 338.82 144.25 3664 328.19 +71.0Netlist h NLST ... ... ...dd 1.35 .14 1820 .16 -48.4NtScout NTCT ... ... 25 38.20 23.15 1013 27.30 -10.3NetSolTch NTWK ... ... ...dd 5.48 3.09 61 5.25 +11.5Neuralst rs CUR ... ... ... 6.60 .88 56 1.69 -1.7NeuM wt rs NUROW ... ... ... .21 .02 .06 +57.9NeurMx rs NURO ... ... ... 4.50 1.20 43 1.39 -19.6sNeurcrine NBIX ... ... ...dd 93.50 41.76 770 93.87 +21.0Neurotrpe n NTRP ... ... ... 9.94 3.40 79 8.95 +27.1NewAgeB n NBEV ... ... ... 7.20 1.62 1107 1.85 -14.7NewLink NLNK ... ... ...dd 19.30 3.75 596 5.28 -34.9NYMtgTr NYMT .80 13.0 9 6.69 5.35 1236 6.17 NYMtT pfB NYMTP 1.94 8.5 ... 26.00 18.66 6 22.81 -9.9NYMtT pfC NYMTO 1.97 8.4 ... 25.56 22.97 5 23.52 -4.0NYMtgT pfD NYMTN 2.00 8.6 ... 25.27 22.53 5 23.20 -6.0NewatrTc n NEWA ... ... ... 28.20 7.60 138 12.39 +31.9NewsCpA NWSA .20 1.3 ...dd 17.29 12.51 1973 15.89 -2.0NewsCpB NWS .20 1.2 ... 17.70 12.97 584 16.25 -2.1NewtekBsn NEWT 1.72e 9.1 ... 19.40 15.68 58 18.98 +2.7Newtek 22 NEWTZ 1.88 7.3 ... 27.50 25.47 25.73 -3.0Newtek23 n NEWTI 1.56 6.1 ... 25.99 25.00 16 25.41 +1.2Nexeo Sol NXEO ... ... ... 11.14 6.74 363 9.76 +7.3Nexeo wt NXEOW ... ... ... .78 .33 .71 +13.8Nexeo un NXEOU ... ... ... 13.00 5.76 10.35 +7.6NexstarM NXST 1.50 2.2 7 82.95 55.95 851 68.20 -12.8NextDec n NEXT ... ... ... 20.00 3.95 14 6.88 -17.3NichFncl h NICK ... ... 21 9.75 7.59 1 8.75 -.6NicoletBc n NCBS ... ... 16 61.98 47.70 18 55.65 +1.7NightstTh n NITE ... ... ... 24.94 10.01 7 14.00 +6.7sNoodles NDLS ... ... ...dd 9.85 3.35 237 9.30 +77.1Nordson NDSN 1.20 .9 24 151.84 107.16 105 134.18 -8.3NorSys NSYS ... ... 80 6.24 2.77 1 3.21 -16.9NorestB NBN .04 .2 19 29.95 18.20 42 22.35 -3.5NthnTech NTIC .40 1.3 33 33.00 14.95 7 31.15 +25.9NorTrst NTRS 1.68 1.6 21 110.81 85.41 621 108.19 +8.3NthnTr pfC NTRSP 1.46 5.6 ... 27.93 25.00 5 26.34 +.3NorthdBc NFBK .40 2.5 21 18.39 15.14 101 15.96 -6.6sNthrim NRIM .96f 2.5 16 38.35 26.31 26 38.90 +14.9NwstBcsh NWBI .68 4.0 18 17.78 14.95 322 16.85 +.7NwstPipe NWPX ... ... ...dd 21.36 13.36 27 21.17 +10.6NorwdFn s NWFL .88 2.9 24 35.72 24.50 21 30.69 -7.0NovaLfstyl NVFY ... ... ...dd 3.10 1.06 26 1.81 -24.6NovaMeas NVMI ... ... 17 31.88 20.55 154 29.33 +13.2Novan n NOVN ... ... ... 7.33 2.65 30 3.14 -25.6Novanta NOVT ... ... ... 66.25 31.75 168 62.80 +25.6Novavax NVAX ... ... ...dd 2.75 .90 7068 1.79 +44.4Novelion rs NVLN ... ... ...dd 10.68 3.08 105 4.26 +36.5NovoCure n NVCR ... ... ...dd 30.25 11.05 753 29.00 +43.6NovumeS n NVMM ... ... ... 4.75 2.30 5 2.43 -46.3NovusTher rs NVUS ... ... ...dd 6.60 3.12 82 6.08 +49.8NuCana n NCNA ... ... ... 30.41 9.32 20 24.00 +137.4NuVasive NUVA ... ... 32 81.68 44.62 455 49.92 -14.7NuanceCm NUAN ... ... ...cc 19.49 12.18 5164 12.98 -20.6Nutanix n NTNX ... ... ... 60.00 15.81 1760 57.35 +62.6NutriSyst NTRI 1.00 3.0 19 67.95 26.06 548 33.20 -36.9sNuvectra NVTR ... ... ... 17.31 7.60 170 16.87 +117.4NvNq100Dy QQQX 1.48 5.5 ...q 27.23 19.58 117 26.86 +10.9Nvidia NVDA .60 .2 60 260.50 127.05 13797 246.01 +27.1NxStageMd NXTM ... ... ...dd 29.93 21.02 386 26.48 +9.3Nxt-ID wt NXTDW ... ... ... 3.42 .08 .39 -41.8Nxt-ID rs NXTD ... ... ... 8.59 1.01 574 1.89 -46.0NymoxPh NYMX ... ... ...dd 4.69 3.00 106 3.82 +15.8O -:O2Micro OIIM ... ... ... 2.26 1.30 65 1.62 -2.9OFS Cap OFS 1.36a 12.4 9 14.35 10.41 12 10.94 -8.1OFS C25 n OFSSL 1.59 6.5 ... 25.38 24.01 21 24.65 -1.0OHA Inv OHAI .08 5.2 ...dd 1.68 .85 19 1.55 +34.8OP Bancp n OPBK ... ... ... 13.08 11.54 10 12.01 -3.5OReillyAu ORLY ... ... 18 279.23 169.43 616 271.26 +12.8OSI Sys OSIS ... ... 60 96.64 50.50 111 67.66 +5.1OakVlyBcp OVLY .26e 1.3 17 23.89 13.50 14 20.11 +2.9OaktrSpL OCSL .38 7.7 ...dd 5.91 3.90 692 4.96 +1.4OaktrSp28 OCSLL 1.53 6.2 ... 25.77 24.01 1 24.80 -1.6OaktStInco OCSI .56e 6.6 11 9.09 7.03 50 8.45 +.6OasmiaPh n OASM .02p ... ... 3.17 .80 1 1.38 +56.8tObalonT n OBLN ... ... ...dd 11.95 2.65 167 2.60 -60.7ObsEva n OBSV ... ... ... 15.81 5.00 6 12.68 +29.9OceanBio OBCI .05e ... ... 5.71 3.26 2 3.35 -22.8OceanPw rs OPTT ... ... ...dd 2.54 1.02 396 1.16 +5.5vjOceanR rs ORIG ... ... ... 144.18 20.22 573 26.48 -1.2OceanFst OCFC .60 2.2 16 29.46 24.02 145 27.72 +5.6Oclaro OCLR ... ... 14 10.93 5.61 2128 8.95 +32.8OconeeFed OFED .40 1.3 33 30.49 25.55 2 29.80 +3.8OcularTher OCUL ... ... ...dd 11.79 3.30 245 6.92 +55.5OdonateT n ODT ... ... ... 32.00 15.15 14 23.09 -7.6OdysMr rsh OMEX ... ... ...dd 13.75 2.98 32 7.70 +104.2OfficeDpt ODP .10 4.1 6 6.26 2.00 5992 2.46 -30.5sOhioValB OVBC .84 1.7 31 48.47 29.05 16 48.90 +21.0tOhrPhar h OHRP ... ... ...dd 2.18 .20 396 .20 -89.5Okta n OKTA ... ... ... 51.00 21.52 1493 48.99 +91.3OldDomFrt ODFL .52f .4 35 152.50 82.50 366 145.64 +10.7OldLnBc OLBK .32 .9 21 35.25 26.01 35 34.99 +18.9OldNBcp ONB .52 2.9 24 18.88 15.38 794 17.75 +1.7OldPoint OPOF .44 1.7 20 34.82 24.07 4 26.55 -10.8OldSecBc OSBC .04 .3 15 15.00 10.75 64 14.70 +7.7OlScCTrI pf OSBCP .78 7.4 ... 10.70 10.31 0 10.51 +.8sOllies n OLLI ... ... 36 68.45 37.60 936 69.25 +30.0OlympStl ZEUS .08 .4 13 25.84 15.83 91 22.25 +3.5OmegaFlex OFLX .88 1.2 46 76.63 53.50 9 73.00 +2.2Omeros OMER ... ... ...dd 27.09 8.36 4109 20.01 +3.0Ominto hn OMNT ... ... ... 15.77 .77 336 1.03 -69.6Omnicell OMCL ... ... ...cc 55.40 39.45 360 46.05 -5.1OnSmcnd ON ... ... 12 27.10 13.65 3934 23.82 +13.8OnTrack OTIV ... ... ... 2.94 .93 106 1.23 -9.6OncoMed OMED ... ... ...dd 5.56 1.74 41 2.98 -27.3 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 12 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Oncobiolog ONS ... ... ... 2.30 .78 110 1.01 -22.5Oncobi wtA ONSIW ... ... ... .81 .02 .03 -3.2Oncobi wtB ONSIZ ... ... ... .35 .02 .06 +166.7Onconov wt ONTXW ... ... ... .85 .35 .80 +45.5Onconva rs ONTX ... ... ...dd 2.83 .33 1932 .36 -76.0OncoSec rs ONCS ... ... ...dd 2.95 .88 1551 1.78 +9.5OneGpHosp STKS ... ... ...dd 3.10 1.32 334 2.41 +.8OneHorz rs OHGI ... ... ...dd 3.38 .57 982 .69 -50.9180 DgrCap TURN ... ... ... 2.45 1.45 87 2.19 +11.2OneStopS n OSS ... ... ...dd 6.25 4.10 1 4.57 -6.41800Flowrs FLWS ... ... 21 13.33 7.80 235 12.20 +14.0OpenText s OTEX .61f 1.8 34 40.31 30.88 609 34.13 -4.3OpesAcq n OPES ... ... ... 9.98 9.67 9.72 +.4OpesAcq un OPESU ... ... ... 10.14 9.11 10.01 -.1OpGn wt rs OPGNW ... ... ... 10.00 .25 .82 -16.3OpGen n rs OPGN ... ... ... 20.78 1.62 123 1.86 -60.2Ophthotech OPHT ... ... 1 3.60 2.24 195 2.83 -9.3tOpiantPh n OPNT ... ... ... 51.90 16.82 72 16.21 -29.4OpkoHlth OPK ... ... ...dd 7.25 2.66 7653 4.99 +1.8OptiNose n OPTN ... ... 38 25.74 15.01 602 24.58 +30.1Optibase OBAS ... ... ...dd 10.40 6.40 9.50 +19.4sOptCable OCC .08 2.7 ...dd 3.15 2.13 6 3.00 +24.6OptimB rs OPHC ... ... ...dd 13.96 1.85 2 4.76 +1.3OpusBank OPB .59e 2.0 18 30.95 20.95 101 28.95 +6.0OramedPh ORMP ... ... ... 11.34 6.15 7 6.90 -23.3OraSure OSUR ... ... 31 23.01 12.86 593 16.04 -15.0Orbcomm ORBC ... ... ...dd 11.99 8.50 363 9.43 -7.4Orbotch ORBK ... ... 21 65.75 30.27 475 62.89 +25.2Organovo ONVO ... ... ...dd 3.19 .91 2479 1.70 +26.9Orgenesis n ORGS ... ... ... 16.80 8.22 10 8.48 -38.8OriginAg SEED ... ... ...dd 1.96 .64 111 .69 -18.8OrigBcp n OBNK ... ... ... 37.90 36.12 48 36.77 -1.9OrigoAc un CNLMU ... ... ... 11.95 10.76 11.01 OrionEngy OESX ... ... ...dd 1.54 .70 7 .79 -10.2Oritani ORIT 1.13e 7.4 11 17.75 15.00 137 15.25 -7.0OrrstownF ORRF .52f 2.0 20 26.95 19.93 40 26.10 +3.4OrthoPed n KIDS ... ... ... 23.00 14.00 22 19.18 -.1Orthox OFIX ... ... 71 61.86 40.81 195 53.51 -2.2OspyEn A n OSPR ... ... ... 10.00 9.47 113 9.76 +1.7OspryEn wt OSPRW ... ... ... .95 .54 .79 +12.9OspreyE un OSPRU ... ... ... 10.92 9.26 114 10.10 +1.5OssenInn rs OSN ... ... 16 8.90 1.50 9 2.56 -11.1Otelco OTEL ... ... 9 17.75 6.55 13 14.55 +9.0Otonomy OTIC ... ... ...dd 21.15 2.80 188 4.60 -17.1OttawaBc n OTTW .20f 1.5 92 14.99 13.35 13 13.73 -4.9OtterTail OTTR 1.34 3.1 22 48.65 36.45 78 43.60 -1.9OvaScience OVAS ... ... ...dd 1.96 .71 99 .93 -33.5Overstk OSTK ... ... ...dd 89.80 13.75 1550 37.90 -40.7Ovid Th n OVID ... ... ...dd 15.93 5.28 51 8.78 -11.0Oxbridge OXBR .48 25.3 4 6.00 1.85 19 1.90 -11.6Oxbrdge wt OXBRW ... ... ... .65 .06 .15 +50.0OxfordImm OXFD ... ... ...dd 19.51 10.00 67 13.37 -4.3sOxfordLn OXLC 1.62 14.4 ... 11.29 9.11 289 11.22 +11.6Oxford 23pf OXLCO 1.88 7.4 ... 25.74 25.14 1 25.42 +.1OxfrLn24 pf OXLCM 1.69 6.6 ... 25.93 24.86 2 25.68 +1.9OxfSqCap OXSQ .80 11.6 6 7.56 5.15 308 6.90 +20.2OxfSqC24 n OXSQL 1.63 6.4 ... 26.99 25.14 25.45 -1.5P-Q:P&F Inds PFIN .20 2.4 ... 8.63 5.60 1 8.30 -1.0PAM PTSI ... ... 35 43.20 15.72 8 39.59 +15.0PB Bncp PBBI .24f 2.3 ...cc 11.10 10.00 5 10.60 -1.4PC Cnnctn CNXN .34e ... 15 29.94 22.66 43 29.49 +12.5PC-Tel PCTI .22 3.2 ... 7.85 5.65 29 6.92 -6.1PCM Inc PCMI ... ... 96 20.94 6.90 84 12.45 +25.8PCSB Fn n PCSB .03p ... 87 22.34 16.00 77 19.92 +4.6PDC Engy PDCE ... ... ...dd 61.76 36.74 1141 61.22 +18.8PDF Sol PDFS ... ... 33 20.10 9.62 159 11.10 -29.3PDL Bio PDLI .20 7.4 4 3.55 2.15 1192 2.70 -1.5PDL Cmt n PDLB ... ... ... 16.95 14.46 9 16.00 +5.4PHI vtg PHII ... ... ...dd 13.95 9.01 5 12.86 +10.0PHI nv PHIIK .20 1.6 ...dd 13.39 8.09 28 12.38 +7.0PICO Hld s PICO 5.00e ... ...dd 14.57 10.60 110 11.15 -12.9PLX Phr rs PLXP ... ... ... 9.41 3.20 1 4.33 -37.3PRA Grp PRAA ... ... 32 40.55 25.72 283 39.45 +18.8PRA Hlth PRAH ... ... 50 95.90 67.71 606 80.16 -12.0PRGX Glbl PRGX ... ... ...dd 10.30 5.40 30 9.35 +31.7PTC Inc PTC ... ... ...cc 88.71 51.02 1093 84.40 +38.9PTC Thera PTCT ... ... ...dd 33.22 12.15 1490 31.07 +86.3PacWstBc PACW 2.40f 4.4 17 54.86 43.08 902 54.38 +7.9Paccar PCAR 1.12f 1.8 12 79.69 60.36 1197 63.91 -10.1PacBiosci PACB ... ... ...dd 5.70 2.02 513 2.48 -6.1PacEthanol PEIX ... ... ...dd 7.50 2.75 369 3.58 -21.4PacMerc PMBC ... ... 22 10.00 7.00 25 9.75 +11.4PacPreBc PPBI .15p ... 27 46.05 32.05 384 41.70 +4.3PaciraPhm PCRX ... ... ...dd 51.85 26.95 792 34.60 -24.2PainThr rs PTIE ... ... ...dd 12.80 3.10 315 10.62 +165.5PanASlv PAAS .14 .8 22 19.56 13.99 895 17.51 +12.5PangaeaL PANL ... ... 2 8.40 2.13 9 3.34 -9.2PapaJohns PZZA .90 1.7 22 85.20 50.31 1258 52.65 -6.2PapaMurph FRSH ... ... ...dd 6.50 3.50 105 5.63 +4.6ParatekPh PRTK ... ... ...dd 29.00 10.10 915 11.65 -34.9tParkCity PCYG ... ... 35 15.00 7.35 71 7.25 -24.1ParkOh PKOH .50 1.2 18 47.90 34.90 24 40.60 -11.6ParkeBcp PKBK .48b 2.4 14 22.32 16.25 124 20.30 +8.7ParkrVs rs PRKR ... ... ...dd 2.67 .70 311 .77 -27.8tPrtnrCm PTNR ... ... 16 6.60 3.80 23 3.72 -39.5PathfdBcp PBHC .24f 1.5 23 16.64 14.60 5 16.00 +3.9PatrkInd s PATK ... ... 20 72.35 42.77 262 59.90 -13.8PatrNBc rs PNBK .04 .2 23 21.00 15.30 19.49 +9.2PatriotTr n PATI ... ... 12 21.04 16.72 2 18.20 +4.7PatternEn PEGI 1.69f 9.3 ...cc 26.56 16.58 592 18.12 -15.7Patterson PDCO 1.04 4.6 13 48.30 21.09 1602 22.83 -36.8PattUTI PTEN .16f .7 ...dd 25.03 14.83 3604 23.25 +1.0Pavmed n PAVM ... ... ...dd 9.31 1.35 83 1.46 -36.1Pavmed wt PAVMW ... ... ... 4.53 .35 .42 -32.3Paychex PAYX 2.24f 3.4 26 73.10 54.20 2058 64.96 -4.6Paylocity PCTY ... ... ...cc 60.55 41.15 280 57.26 +21.4PayData rs PYDS ... ... ...dd 4.10 1.17 207 1.77 -30.0PayPal n PYPL ... ... 50 86.32 48.89 5287 77.82 +5.7pdvWirelss PDVW ... ... ...dd 39.75 21.40 45 27.30 -15.0PeakRsts SKIS .28 5.8 ...dd 5.78 4.00 25 4.80 -11.1PeapkGl PGC .20 .6 18 38.00 29.20 57 32.66 -6.7Pegasyst PEGA .12 .2 ...cc 67.95 45.40 280 61.60 +30.6PnnNtGm PENN ... ... 36 34.84 18.62 1568 34.31 +9.5sPennVa n PVAC ... ... ... 64.19 31.00 256 63.43 +62.2PennantPk PNNT .72 10.0 8 7.84 6.29 380 7.17 +3.8PenPkFR PFLT 1.14 8.4 12 14.65 12.00 147 13.55 -1.2PennsWd PWOD 1.88 4.2 17 50.00 38.17 10 44.27 -5.0PensarAc n WRLS ... ... ... 10.17 7.75 9.80 +1.3PensareAc wt WRLSW ... ... ... .74 .42 .51 -7.3PensrAc rt WRLSR ... ... ... .55 .31 .42 -16.0PensarA un WRLSU ... ... ... 11.48 10.02 10.33 +.1PeopUtdF PBCT .70f 3.7 18 20.26 15.97 2127 18.76 +.3PeopUtd pf PBCTP 1.41 5.6 ... 29.36 25.00 24 25.36 -10.5PeBcOH PEBO 1.12f 3.1 17 38.03 29.55 58 36.23 +11.1PeopBNC PEBK .52f 1.6 17 36.12 19.65 12 32.00 +4.3PeopFSvc PFIS 1.32f 2.8 18 51.56 39.00 9 47.95 +2.9PeopUtah n PUB .40f 1.2 30 33.90 24.63 37 32.95 +8.7PepsiCo PEP 3.71f 3.8 20 122.51 95.94 5102 97.19 -19.0Percptr PRCP .15 1.6 27 10.81 6.80 4 9.12 -6.0Percient PRFT ... ... 47 25.00 16.34 158 24.63 +29.2Performnt PFMT ... ... ...dd 3.52 1.52 90 2.62 +58.8PerionNwk PERI ... ... ... 2.06 .71 1630 1.06 +2.9sPermaFix PESI ... ... ... 4.80 3.25 41 4.85 +32.9PermaPip PPIH ... ... ...dd 9.80 7.50 1 9.65 +7.2PernixT rs PTX ... ... ...dd 6.14 2.00 45 2.65 +10.4PerryEllis PERY ... ... 7 28.00 16.35 52 26.69 +6.6PershGld rs PGLC ... ... ... 3.31 1.83 77 1.87 -22.1PetIQ n PETQ ... ... ... 28.23 17.03 1564 20.26 -7.2PetMed PETS 1.00 2.8 22 57.80 31.81 373 35.78 -21.4PFSweb PFSW ... ... ...dd 10.45 5.90 47 9.92 +33.5PhibroAH PAHC .40 .9 32 45.18 32.05 116 44.15 +31.8PhotrIn PLAB ... ... 47 11.60 7.20 324 8.05 -5.6PiedmLithn PLLL ... ... ... 15.29 12.75 8 14.39 +12.8PierisPhm PIRS ... ... ... 9.75 3.76 623 6.03 -20.1PilgrimsP PPC ... ... 9 38.39 20.23 794 21.15 -31.9PingtanM PME .04 1.1 23 4.50 1.99 207 3.71 +21.6PinnclEnt PNK ... ... ... 34.05 18.30 243 33.83 +3.4PinnaclFn PNFP .56 .8 22 70.30 58.40 309 66.30 PioneerPw PPSI ... ... 12 7.95 4.75 4 5.35 -29.7Pixelwrks PXLW ... ... ...dd 7.05 3.50 362 4.11 -35.1PlatEag n EAGL ... ... ... 11.82 9.60 1 9.75 PlatEag un EAGLU ... ... ... 11.00 8.00 1 10.25 +2.4PlayaHot n PLYA ... ... ...dd 12.27 9.41 88 10.74 -.5Plexus PLXS ... ... 21 66.78 49.06 167 58.93 -2.9PlugPowr h PLUG ... ... ...dd 3.21 1.53 4755 2.11 -10.6PlumasBc PLBC .36f 1.2 16 29.45 17.98 1 29.10 +25.4PluristemT PSTI ... ... 11 2.12 1.06 196 1.39 +.7PoageBksh PBSK .24 1.3 22 21.00 17.20 0 19.10 -9.0PointrTel h PNTR ... ... 20 19.65 9.13 11 14.65 -21.2PointsInt g PCOM ... ... 53 12.49 7.70 45 12.26 +19.1PolarPwr n POLA ... ... ... 6.54 4.01 27 6.08 +21.4Polarity rs COOL ... ... ... 32.63 11.17 865 28.09 +21.0Pool Corp POOL 1.80f 1.2 31 151.47 97.25 157 149.30 +15.2PopeRes POPE 2.80 3.9 26 79.50 66.60 71.75 +2.9Popular BPOP 1.00 2.1 24 48.11 32.04 341 46.97 +32.3Popular pf BPOPN 1.68 6.7 ... 25.52 22.61 8 24.98 +2.9PopCpII pf BPOPM 1.53 6.6 ... 24.20 17.66 3 23.18 +2.6PorterBc rs PBIB ... ... ...dd 15.55 9.75 2 13.51 -5.7PortolaPh PTLA ... ... ...dd 67.10 30.10 1341 40.64 -16.5Potbelly PBPB ... ... ...dd 13.50 10.50 224 13.10 +6.5PotltchDel PCH 1.60 3.4 25 56.35 43.15 384 46.60 -6.6PowellInds POWL 1.04 3.0 ...dd 36.90 22.80 81 35.21 +22.9PwrInteg POWI .64f .9 36 86.60 60.55 130 72.15 -1.9PS VarRate VRIG .57 2.3 ... 25.33 25.06 71 25.17 -.2PS MStrAlt LALT ... ... ...q 23.50 19.26 0 22.05 +3.7sPSOpYCmd PDBC ... ... ...q 18.89 14.95 812 18.94 +8.5PwSGDrChi PGJ .20e .4 ...q 50.87 36.88 12 47.73 +6.5PwShDiv PFM .50e 2.0 ...q 27.77 23.66 65 25.56 -3.4PwShHiYD PEY .54 3.1 ...q 18.61 16.45 130 17.19 -3.5PwSIntlDv PID .65e 4.1 ...q 17.38 14.91 260 15.92 -3.7PwSNsdMo DWAQ .06e .1 ...q 114.32 85.43 1 110.58 +7.8PwS Utils PUI .63e 2.4 ...q 29.97 23.64 9 26.57 -4.5PwSWtr PHO .18e .6 ...q 31.82 26.16 71 30.37 +.3PSNasIntnt PNQI ... ... ...q 141.10 100.20 18 132.85 +14.8PSMoment PDP .11e .2 ...q 55.77 45.07 65 55.20 +6.9PSBuybk PKW .52e .9 ...q 63.49 50.99 38 57.87 -1.9PSh Tech PTF .26e .4 ...q 62.42 45.17 4 60.03 +13.9sPSh Hlthcr PTH ... ... ...q 84.23 52.88 18 84.77 +17.6PSh Inds PRN .19e .3 ...q 64.86 51.93 3 60.51 -.7PSh Fincl PFI .14e .4 ...q 37.29 29.42 1 36.21 +3.1PSh Engy PXI .69e 1.5 ...q 44.96 30.10 30 44.87 +13.7PSh CnsStp PSL .67e 1.0 ...q 69.99 58.42 9 69.03 +6.1PSh CnsCyc PEZ .30e .6 ...q 54.45 43.23 3 53.42 +6.2PSh BasM PYZ .61e .9 ...q 75.26 58.94 2 70.92 +.4PwShSMid PRFZ 1.30e 1.0 ...q 136.76 113.90 19 136.04 +4.7PSDvMom PIZ .26e .9 ...q 29.70 24.74 21 28.24 +2.2PSEmMom PIE .12e .6 ...q 22.22 16.23 128 21.70 +5.6PShTact n DWIN 1.18 4.7 ... 28.05 24.71 6 24.92 -7.3PS Rs1KLB USLB ... ... ...q 32.32 28.13 1 31.16 -.2PS IntlLB IDLB ... ... ...q 32.01 27.58 1 30.77 +2.1PS DWAtac DWTR ... ... ...q 30.31 24.34 5 29.68 +5.1PS SC CnDs PSCD .35e .6 ...q 63.76 50.36 2 62.94 +2.9PShLadR0-5 LDRI .46 1.9 ...q 25.11 24.34 24.43 -1.8PS SC CnSt PSCC 1.34e 1.9 ...q 76.62 64.11 2 71.41 -4.5PS IntBybk IPKW .29e .7 ...q 40.14 30.89 52 38.80 +3.2PS GlbAgr PAGG .74e 2.7 ...q 28.90 24.29 0 27.72 +1.3sPS SC Egy PSCE .14e .8 ...q 17.55 11.37 52 17.72 +15.1PSKBWRgB KBWR .79e 1.3 ...q 60.51 47.64 6 59.70 +6.6PS SmCMo DWAS .07e .1 ...q 53.05 40.05 11 52.28 +7.3PS KBWBk KBWB .58e 1.0 ...q 60.38 45.54 109 57.33 +4.2PS P&CIns KBWP .69e 1.1 ...q 63.06 52.71 3 61.17 +3.0PSKbwHiDv KBWD 2.10 9.1 ...q 24.69 21.09 71 23.13 -2.0PS SC Fin PSCF .97e 1.6 ...q 56.99 48.47 10 55.91 +2.6PSKbwReit KBWY 2.58 8.1 ...q 38.43 29.75 47 31.98 -9.7PS SC Util PSCU 1.21e 2.3 ...q 57.53 47.05 5 52.40 -.8PS SCMatl PSCM .41e .8 ...q 55.75 43.76 1 52.83 +.9PS SC Info PSCT .08e .1 ...q 83.13 71.36 10 81.99 +7.3PS GlbGold PSAU .10e .5 ...q 21.85 17.58 3 18.62 -5.3PS SC Ind PSCI .54e .8 ...q 67.63 52.88 3 66.22 +2.7sPS SC HCre PSCH ... ... ...q 122.05 80.83 53 123.28 +25.1PSh1-30Tr PLW .66 2.1 ... 33.52 30.89 4 30.96 -5.6PShGlbWtr PIO .34e 1.3 ...q 27.16 22.67 132 25.87 -.7PwShs QQQ QQQ 1.52e .7 ...q 175.21 135.80 22900 168.98 +8.5PranBio rs PRAN ... ... ... 3.79 1.75 4 1.91 -38.8Precipio n PRPO ... ... ... 28.16 .36 1135 .40 -66.6PrecTh rs AIPT ... ... ...dd 2.50 .81 154 .97 -4.0PfdBkLA PFBC .88 1.4 18 67.65 48.89 62 63.36 +7.8PrefrmdLn PLPC .80 1.1 35 85.63 44.80 11 75.62 +6.4 PremFin PFBI .60 2.8 13 22.92 16.78 22 21.23 +5.7Premier PINC ... ... ...dd 36.50 27.16 545 31.96 +9.5Presbia n LENS ... ... ... 7.14 1.86 35 2.39 -36.8Presidio n PSDO ... ... ... 19.74 11.97 198 13.34 -30.4sPriceTR TROW 2.80 2.3 21 120.07 67.62 1796 120.75 +15.1PrSmrt PSMT .70 .8 34 93.55 77.50 126 83.10 -3.5PrmEgy PNRG ... ... ...dd 70.30 40.50 1 66.50 +29.1PrimoWtr PRMW ... ... 72 15.00 10.47 212 14.30 +13.8Primoris PRIM .24 1.0 18 30.00 22.46 332 25.09 -7.7PrinPrice PSET .16e ... ... 34.46 28.36 32.27 +.3PrinShHld PY .33e ... ... 34.81 27.98 9 32.59 -.1PrinHlIn ef BTEC ... ... ... 35.50 25.39 0 33.93 +7.9PrinMill ef GENY .06e ... ... 38.17 27.94 0 36.04 +3.8Prin US SC PSC ... ... ... 33.96 27.61 0 32.48 +2.4PrinIntM n PXUS ... ... ... 106.29 99.98 101.68 +.3PrinFncl PFG 2.08f 3.5 12 75.59 54.89 1278 59.43 -15.8ProDex PDEX ... ... 28 8.00 5.13 10 6.60 -2.9ProPhaseL PRPH 1.00e ... ...dd 6.64 1.84 89 5.10 +135.0ProQRTher PRQR ... ... ...dd 6.90 2.75 72 4.85 +50.4PrUltBio s BIB ... ... ...q 69.62 44.62 136 55.09 -1.7PrUltPQ s TQQQ ... ... ...q 190.52 94.03 3729 164.81 +18.8ProDvrs h rs IPDN ... ... ... 9.95 2.45 41 2.90 -29.1ProrEng PFIE ... ... 1 4.63 1.19 557 4.40 +129.2PrognicsPh PGNX ... ... ...dd 8.63 4.60 1119 7.52 +26.4ProgrsSoft PRGS .56 1.5 33 53.60 28.63 332 37.39 -12.2Proofpoint PFPT ... ... ...dd 130.27 79.64 619 122.55 +38.0PShtQQQ rs SQQQ ... ... ...q 34.12 14.46 10822 15.22 -29.2ProS Ris n EQRR ... ... ... 50.68 38.13 3 50.63 +8.5PrUlNBio rs UBIO ... ... ... 46.35 24.43 24 31.52 -6.3ProUNShBio ZBIO ... ... ... 18.36 8.03 31 9.78 -14.2ProUShBio BIS ... ... ...q 29.66 17.52 37 20.43 -7.3ProspctCap PSEC .72 10.9 8 8.54 5.51 978 6.62 -1.8ProtagTh n PTGX ... ... ...dd 23.97 5.50 202 6.45 -69.0ProteonTh PRTO ... ... ...dd 2.85 1.10 49 2.05 +7.9Proteos n PTI ... ... ... 8.61 1.41 351 5.11 -12.3Prothena PRTA ... ... ...dd 70.00 10.43 537 16.43 -56.2ProvidSv PRSC ... ... 24 79.38 45.49 83 73.85 +24.5ProvidBc n PVBC ... ... ... 27.38 19.75 3 23.55 -11.0ProvFnH PROV .56 3.1 19 20.35 17.62 19 18.21 -1.0PrudntlBcp PBIP .20 1.1 89 18.96 15.81 8 17.77 +1.0PsychmCp PMD .72f 3.5 19 27.99 15.99 7 20.51 -.2Pulmatrix PULM ... ... ...dd 3.18 .42 347 .46 -67.7PulseBio n PLSE ... ... ...dd 39.50 9.81 189 16.80 -28.8PumaBiotc PBYI ... ... ...dd 136.90 30.75 1116 55.60 -43.8PureAcq un PACQU ... ... ... 10.21 10.08 33 10.15 +.3PureCycle PCYO ... ... ...dd 9.87 6.55 12 9.65 +15.6tPurplInv n PRPL ... ... ... 13.90 7.65 310 6.83 -32.0PurpIn wt PRPLW ... ... ... 1.28 .11 .94 -13.0PyxisTnkr PXS ... ... ... 12.22 .90 86 1.13 -64.9sQAD Inc B QADB .24 .7 ...dd 36.75 21.58 4 34.62 +12.3QAD A QADA .29 .6 ...dd 50.35 29.40 19 46.20 +18.9QCR Hld QCRH .24f .5 19 50.00 39.85 37 47.45 +10.7QIWI plc QIWI .84e 4.7 17 26.55 13.67 152 17.93 +3.5Qorvo QRVO ... ... 96 86.84 62.68 1080 81.05 +21.7Qualcom QCOM 2.48f 4.4 ...dd 69.28 48.56 8551 56.70 -11.4QualitySys QSII .70 4.7 29 17.74 12.24 283 14.85 +9.4Qualstar rs QBAK ... ... ... 13.50 4.77 8 9.34 +11.2Qualys QLYS ... ... 75 85.00 39.25 140 76.55 +29.0Quantenn n QTNA ... ... ... 21.29 9.60 557 15.14 +24.1Quanterx n QTRX ... ... ... 24.81 15.30 75 19.18 -10.7Quartrhill g QTRH .05 ... 4 2.12 1.26 151 1.37 -25.5QuestRes rs QRHC ... ... ...dd 3.00 1.03 153 2.02 -12.2QuickLog h QUIK ... ... ...dd 2.22 1.15 94 1.64 -5.7sQuidel QDEL ... ... ...cc 61.13 23.28 332 61.55 +42.0QuinStreet QNST ... ... ...cc 14.65 3.36 849 12.41 +48.1Qumu Cp QUMU ... ... ...dd 3.28 1.42 47 2.31 -2.5Quotinet QTNT ... ... ... 7.74 2.78 203 4.65 -6.1QuratQVC A QRTEA ... ... 20 29.11 20.79 2567 22.37 -8.4QuratQVC B QRTEB ... ... 23 28.90 20.93 22.25 -9.4R -:R1 RCM n RCM ... ... ... 8.82 3.05 876 8.50 +92.7RBB Bcp n RBB .36f 1.3 ... 28.72 21.26 109 28.38 +3.7RBC Bear ROLL ... ... 39 139.95 94.97 189 119.50 -5.5RCI Hosp RICK .12 .4 12 33.78 19.02 26 31.26 +11.7RCM RCMT 1.00e ... 30 7.50 4.63 9 5.15 -17.6sRF Inds RFIL .08 1.3 ...dd 6.35 1.40 54 6.30 +133.3RGC Res s RGCO .62 2.3 31 31.99 22.16 12 26.62 -1.7RLJ Ent rs RLJE ... ... ... 5.24 2.50 1 4.63 +25.8RMG Net rs RMGN ... ... ...dd 3.09 .75 86 1.21 +47.6RMR Gp h RMR 1.00 1.3 46 83.20 42.36 51 78.85 +33.0RMR RE RIF 1.32 6.9 ...q 19.10 -3.3RPX Corp RPXC .20 1.9 5 14.99 9.74 752 10.44 -22.3RTI Surg RTIX ... ... ...dd 6.00 3.85 67 4.45 +8.5RXI P wt rs RXIIW ... ... ... 2.40 .22 .83 -36.2RXI Phm rs RXII ... ... ... 7.70 1.90 137 2.37 -57.4RaPhrm n RARX ... ... ...dd 27.84 4.78 99 6.37 -25.1RadNet RDNT ... ... 46 14.85 6.55 457 13.00 +28.7RadaElc rs RADA ... ... ...dd 3.86 1.07 69 2.44 -20.8Radcom RDCM ... ... 73 22.45 17.00 18 19.60 -1.3RadiSys RSYS ... ... ...dd 4.16 .53 169 .71 -29.9RadiusHlth RDUS ... ... ...dd 49.16 24.66 816 32.19 +1.3Radware RDWR ... ... ...dd 23.87 15.82 193 23.35 +20.4RamacoRs n METC ... ... ... 9.35 3.81 88 7.37 +7.1Rambus RMBS ... ... ...dd 15.50 11.30 609 13.27 -6.7RandCap RAND ... ... 3 3.50 2.40 29 2.50 -17.2Randgold GOLD 1.00f 1.3 25 108.29 76.01 536 78.15 -21.0RandBcp n RNDB ... ... ... 16.49 13.36 1 15.92 +3.7Rapid7 n RPD ... ... ...dd 33.70 14.75 537 30.38 +62.8RaveRest RAVE ... ... ...dd 2.33 1.12 14 1.19 -18.7sRavenInds RAVN .52 1.3 40 40.90 26.70 113 41.15 +19.8ReShape rs RSLS ... ... ... 6.45 .28 138 .45 -69.4ReadIntlA RDI ... ... 12 17.50 14.37 37 15.88 -4.9ReadgIntB RDIB ... ... 17 27.66 18.00 22.00 -4.3RealGSol rs RGSE ... ... ...dd 3.25 .60 1575 1.22 -17.6RealNetwk RNWK ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.63 63 3.62 +5.8Rl NxtEc n BLCN ... ... ... 25.05 21.69 24 23.60 -2.7RealPage RP ... ... 76 61.95 32.30 721 58.75 +32.6ReataPh n RETA ... ... ...dd 40.88 19.31 200 32.02 +13.1ReconTech RCON ... ... ...dd 5.36 .64 77 1.37 +5.4RecroPhm REPH ... ... ... 12.42 5.81 234 10.87 +17.5RedRobin RRGB ... ... 27 74.11 45.70 316 62.60 +11.0RedRkRs n RRR .40 1.2 ... 35.77 21.41 549 34.36 +1.8RedViolt n RDVT ... ... ... 46.40 4.35 1318 7.80 -83.2Redn n RDFN ... ... ... 33.49 19.18 1103 21.94 -29.9RedhillBio RDHL ... ... ... 11.25 4.30 177 7.02 +36.6Regenrn REGN ... ... 23 543.55 281.89 668 303.21 -19.4sRegnxBio n RGNX ... ... 35 51.15 16.30 526 48.95 +47.2RegulusTh RGLS ... ... ...dd 1.60 .63 260 .71 -31.7Reis Inc REIS .76 3.6 ...dd 22.45 15.95 13 20.95 +1.5ReliantBcp RBNC .32f 1.3 25 27.49 21.42 12 24.81 -3.2Reliv In rs RELV ... ... ...dd 13.77 3.72 5 4.63 -2.9RemarkHld MARK ... ... ...dd 15.10 1.93 540 5.08 -47.8Renasant RNST .80f 1.7 20 47.69 37.68 120 47.15 +15.3sRenewEn REGI ... ... 4 15.48 9.50 1659 15.65 +32.6RenminTi rs ABAC ... ... ... 4.76 1.76 0 2.24 -24.1RentACt RCII .32 3.1 17 13.89 7.22 936 10.23 -7.8Replgn RGEN ... ... 60 46.81 29.56 231 42.07 +16.0RepBncp RBCAA .97f 2.2 17 44.47 33.17 16 43.61 +14.7RepFBcp FRBK ... ... 65 9.90 8.00 94 9.10 +7.7resTORbi n TORC ... ... ... 21.10 7.55 229 10.14 -40.0RschFrnt REFR ... ... ...dd 1.50 .85 109 .87 -16.1Resonant RESN ... ... ... 8.55 3.17 226 4.03 -46.1ResConn RECN .48 3.1 25 17.00 12.05 128 15.70 +1.6RestorRob n HAIR ... ... ...dd 11.95 3.48 80 3.75 -18.5RetailOpp ROIC .78 4.6 50 21.20 16.18 1347 17.09 -14.3RetoEco n RETO ... ... ... 12.75 4.29 65 5.01 -28.9Retrophin RTRX ... ... ...dd 28.25 15.55 445 26.88 +27.6RevanceTh RVNC ... ... ...dd 37.45 18.80 251 30.45 -14.8RevenHo n RVEN ... ... ... 6.75 2.32 2 3.60 -22.3RevolutL rs RVLT ... ... ... 8.50 2.95 112 3.80 +15.5ReWalkRob RWLK ... ... ...dd 3.20 1.05 203 1.08 -2.3RhythmP n RYTM ... ... ...dd 33.81 16.80 148 30.78 +5.9RibbnCm n RBBN ... ... ...dd 8.36 4.97 315 5.50 -28.8RiceBr wt RIBTW ... ... ... .68 .05 .17 +69.0RiceBran RIBT ... ... ...dd 1.66 .84 69 1.53 +3.4RichrdElec RELL .24 2.6 ... 9.45 5.31 34 9.23 +36.9RigelPh RIGL ... ... ...dd 4.71 2.14 1022 3.97 +2.3tRigNet RNET ... ... ...dd 19.50 12.70 47 12.80 -14.4RiminiSt n RMNI ... ... ... 10.40 .25 52 5.61 -29.1RiotBlck RIOT 1.00p ... ... 46.20 3.04 998 8.50 -70.1RiseEdCy n REDU ... ... ... 18.60 9.50 185 17.02 +15.1RittrPh rs RTTR ... ... ... 7.98 1.83 82 2.85 -13.4RivrvwBcp RVSB .12 1.4 18 9.75 6.46 95 8.45 -2.5sRocktPh n RCKT ... ... ... 20.60 3.40 897 21.33 +104.3RockwllM RMTI ... ... ...dd 8.70 4.84 248 5.90 +1.4RockyBr RCKY .44 1.6 18 27.90 12.20 74 27.00 +42.9RkyMChoc RMCF .48 4.1 20 12.60 11.05 4 11.57 -1.8Roku n ROKU ... ... ...cc 58.80 15.75 2357 34.44 -33.5Rosehill n ROSE ... ... ... 10.84 5.52 26 8.15 +3.7Rosehill wt ROSEW ... ... ... 1.57 .62 1.12 +13.1Rosehill un ROSEU ... ... ... 11.26 6.50 8.04 -28.6RosettG rs ROSG ... ... ... 2.75 .23 8 .42 -24.0RossStrs s ROST .90f 1.1 23 85.66 52.85 2155 83.37 +3.9RoyGld RGLD 1.00 1.1 ...dd 94.39 74.35 310 88.25 +7.5Rubicon rs RBCN ... ... ... 10.45 6.71 9 7.33 -8.1RmblOn B n RMBL ... ... ... 5.70 3.53 8 4.77 -8.2RushEntA RUSHA ... ... 27 55.40 34.30 117 43.00 -15.4RushEntB RUSHB ... ... 32 52.76 31.92 35 40.74 -15.5RuthsHosp RUTH .44 1.6 26 28.75 17.95 304 27.70 +27.9Ryanair RYAAY 1.55e 1.4 ... 127.61 99.17 210 110.54 +6.1S -:sS&T Bcp STBA 1.00 2.3 19 44.58 32.75 138 44.42 +11.6S&WSeed SANW ... ... ... 4.55 2.90 53 3.40 -12.8SB FinGp SBFG .32f 1.7 13 19.58 15.61 5 18.55 +.3SB FnGp pf SBFGP .65 3.5 ... 21.10 14.93 18.40 +2.8SB OneBc SBBX .30f 1.0 25 32.85 19.75 13 30.35 +13.0SBA Com SBAC ... ... ...cc 177.67 126.83 515 157.75 -3.4SEI Inv SEIC .60f .9 23 78.35 49.45 562 64.43 -10.3SelasLf rs SLS ... ... ... 19.41 3.43 31 5.56 -29.3SG Blck n SGBX ... ... ... 7.00 3.70 9 4.38 -26.8SGOCO rs SGOC ... ... ... 2.30 .90 5 1.12 +5.7SI Fincl SIFI .24 1.6 15 16.45 13.75 152 14.55 -1.0SIGA Tc n SIGA ... ... ... 6.77 5.61 106 6.65 +12.5SLM Cp SLM ... ... 16 12.46 9.65 4638 11.55 +2.2SLM Cp pfB SLMBP 3.07e 4.3 ... 74.65 65.20 0 71.28 +3.7SmartGlb n SGH ... ... 13 56.69 11.50 727 47.99 +42.4sSMTC hg SMTX ... ... ... 2.83 1.10 34 2.85 +50.7SORL SORL ... ... 4 9.74 3.70 482 5.32 -20.8SP Plus SP ... ... 21 41.70 28.10 139 36.00 -3.0SPAR Gp h SGRP ... ... ... 3.75 .87 139 1.24 +.8tSpdDorWrF DWFI ... ... ... 26.06 24.03 21 24.16 -4.4SPI Eng rs SPI ... ... ... 2.61 .30 157 .41 -35.8SPS Cmce SPSC ... ... 90 72.68 45.02 161 71.19 +46.5SS&C Tch s SSNC .28 .6 31 53.99 35.85 999 49.17 +21.5SSLJ.cm n SSLJ ... ... ... 5.75 3.12 15 4.43 +26.2SSR Mng g SSRM ... ... 18 11.44 7.64 696 10.27 +16.8sSVB FnGp SIVB ... ... 28 324.77 159.44 358 322.09 +37.8SabanCap n SCAC ... ... ... 10.20 9.84 18 10.00 +.9SabanC wt SCACW ... ... ... 1.54 .99 1.26 +2.4Saban un SCACU ... ... ... 11.20 10.25 0 10.65 +1.2SabraHltc SBRA 1.78e 9.0 17 25.31 15.78 1513 19.83 +5.6SabraH pfA SBRAP 1.78 7.0 ... 26.61 24.75 5 25.35 -.3SabreCorp SABR .56 2.3 28 25.00 17.30 2203 24.05 +17.3SAExplr rs SAEX ... ... ...dd 4.72 1.18 324 1.57 -28.6SaftyInsGr SAFT 3.20 3.9 21 84.00 65.75 28 83.10 +3.4SageThera SAGE ... ... ...dd 195.97 59.57 499 175.33 +6.4Saia Inc SAIA ... ... 37 80.25 41.28 137 75.65 +6.9SalemMda SALM .26 6.8 14 8.05 3.10 112 3.83 -15.0SalisbryBc SAL 1.12 2.7 16 51.80 34.65 0 42.00 -5.9SanderFm SAFM 1.28 1.2 8 176.43 108.42 231 111.22 -19.9SndySpr SASR 1.12f 2.7 19 43.13 36.41 303 40.83 +4.6Sanlp JBSS 2.00e ... 22 70.35 54.32 57 65.89 +4.2SangTher SGMO ... ... ...dd 27.50 6.55 2945 16.10 -1.8Sanmina SANM ... ... 18 42.95 24.60 685 30.40 -7.9Sano rt GCVRZ ... ... ... .49 .26 17 .46 +21.1Sapiens SPNS .20e 2.2 47 14.30 8.01 4 9.30 -19.3sSareptaTh SRPT ... ... ...dd 95.50 28.82 1045 93.95 +68.9Savara rs SVRA ... ... ...dd 17.19 4.60 118 9.41 -36.6scPhrma n SCPH ... ... ...dd 18.17 8.89 119 13.69 +13.2ScanSource SCSC ... ... 13 45.35 31.40 116 37.30 +4.2Schmitt h SMIT ... ... ...dd 4.47 1.55 4 2.16 -21.2Schnitzer SCHN .75 2.4 10 38.85 18.65 283 31.80 -5.1Scholastc SCHL .60 1.4 ...dd 46.59 33.51 167 43.08 +7.4Schulmn SHLM .82 1.9 33 44.50 25.00 375 44.05 +18.3SciGames SGMS ... ... ...dd 61.50 21.90 1144 60.25 +17.4Scynexis SCYX ... ... ...dd 2.50 1.05 161 1.32 -43.1SeaChange SEAC ... ... ... 4.03 2.35 84 2.96 -24.7 sSeacstBkg SBCF ... ... 24 29.72 20.58 565 30.17 +19.7SeagateT STX 2.52 4.2 15 62.70 30.60 2741 59.37 +41.9SeanrgM rs SHIP ... ... ...dd 1.66 .58 53 .92 -11.5Seanrgy wtA SHIPW ... ... ... .35 .06 .22 +6.8SearsHldgs SHLD ... ... ...dd 10.76 1.99 2244 3.80 +6.1SearsH wt SHLDW ... ... ... 3.53 .23 .45 +28.6SearsH&O SHOS ... ... ...dd 3.95 1.38 35 1.85 -28.8SeaSpine n SPNE ... ... ...dd 13.76 8.76 37 11.84 +17.0SeattGen SGEN ... ... ...dd 68.59 45.31 935 58.50 +9.3SecndSight EYES ... ... ...dd 2.58 .90 690 2.05 +7.3ScndSght wt EYESW ... ... ... 1.02 .26 .79 -6.5Secoo n SECO ... ... ... 14.75 6.61 27 10.09 +4.5SecWkA A n SCWX ... ... ...dd 12.99 7.83 36 10.78 +21.5SecNtl lf SNFCA .23t ... 6 6.52 4.05 10 5.30 +6.0SelectBc lf SLCT ... ... 22 14.06 10.90 11 12.64 SelIncREIT SIR 2.04 10.1 18 26.26 17.90 288 20.21 -19.6SelectaB n SELB ... ... ... 24.02 7.95 71 11.71 +19.4SelectvIns SIGI .72 1.3 19 62.40 46.28 202 55.85 -4.9SmLEDS rs LEDS ... ... ...dd 10.49 1.61 30 4.03 +8.0Semtech SMTC ... ... 54 44.85 31.30 503 43.85 +28.2tSenecaB SENEB ... ... 23 39.00 28.65 1 27.45 -19.3SenecaA SENEA ... ... 10 36.60 27.00 26 27.70 -9.9tSenesTc n SNES ... ... ...dd 7.99 .33 226 .32 -55.6SenHous SNH 1.56 9.7 11 22.01 14.86 1128 16.03 -16.3SenHous 42 SNHNI 1.41 5.7 ... 25.70 22.48 8 24.68 -2.3SenHous 46 SNHNL 1.56 6.2 ... 27.42 24.97 14 25.32 -5.7Senmiao n AIHS ... ... ... 8.91 5.00 51 7.39 +30.8Senomyx SNMX ... ... ...dd 1.71 .56 32 1.28 -1.5SensusHlt n SRTS ... ... ... 7.01 3.38 1 6.70 +29.8SensusHl wt SRTSW ... ... ... 3.00 .41 .67 -4.3SentEn n STNL ... ... ... 10.14 9.60 9.71 -.4SentEn wt STNLW ... ... ... .85 .61 .83 +33.9SentEn un STNLU ... ... ... 10.98 9.66 9 10.07 +1.0SeqentialB SQBG ... ... ...dd 4.08 1.36 136 1.79 +.6SeresTh n MCRB ... ... ...dd 17.42 6.65 370 8.81 -13.1SvcSource SREV ... ... ...dd 4.17 2.61 1485 4.00 +29.4ServiFst s SFBS .44f 1.0 23 44.44 32.54 124 43.08 +3.8SevStars h SSC ... ... ...dd 7.00 1.26 412 2.90 -37.1SevernBc SVBI .12 1.6 35 8.20 6.70 33 7.60 +4.8SharingE rs SEII ... ... 51 12.40 2.61 61 4.10 -45.9Sharps SMED ... ... ...dd 5.73 3.70 7 3.81 -6.8SharpSprg SHSP ... ... ...dd 8.71 3.07 18 8.10 +83.9ShndTele s SHEN .26f .8 ... 41.80 28.00 146 31.10 -8.0ShiftPixy n PIXY ... ... ... 11.64 2.00 60 2.59 -10.1Shiloh SHLO ... ... 31 14.97 6.45 83 9.17 +11.8Shineco n TYHT ... ... ... 4.60 1.31 854 1.74 -24.3Shire SHPG 1.05e .6 89 192.15 123.73 1418 173.13 +11.6ShoeCarnvl SCVL .30 1.2 22 28.38 15.08 118 25.58 -4.4ShoreBcsh SHBI .32f 1.8 18 20.09 15.17 15 18.24 +9.2ShotSpot n SSTI ... ... ... 33.19 9.33 123 28.94 +106.0Shuttery SFLY ... ... ...cc 95.99 39.76 479 93.99 +88.9SiebertFn SIEB .10a 1.0 ...dd 21.61 3.52 28 10.17 -24.7SiennaBi n SNNA ... ... ... 29.25 13.37 164 14.66 -19.2Sientra SIEN ... ... ...dd 18.09 7.20 363 16.74 +19.1SierraBc BSRR .64 2.3 17 29.55 23.10 20 28.05 +5.6SierOnc g n SRRA ... ... ...dd 4.09 1.10 686 2.48 -33.5SierraWr SWIR ... ... 17 31.95 15.10 259 18.25 -10.8SifyTech SIFY .02e .9 ... 3.15 .69 54 1.97 +10.2SigmaDsg SIGM ... ... ...dd 7.00 5.50 304 6.30 -9.4SigmaL wt SGLBW ... ... ... 1.05 .16 .35 -27.3SigmaLb n SGLB ... ... ... 4.48 1.05 66 1.40 -34.9Sigmatr SGMA ... ... 12 11.61 5.26 3 6.40 -36.8SignatBk SBNY ... ... 25 161.92 116.68 387 131.63 -4.1SignatB wt SBNYW ... ... ... 143.83 93.85 110.08 +1.9SilganHld s SLGN .40 1.5 16 32.50 26.49 226 27.30 -7.1SilcLtd SILC 1.00 2.6 17 77.95 32.00 29 38.23 -45.5SilcnLab SLAB ... ... 95 104.45 66.35 193 103.90 +17.7SilicnMotn SIMO 1.20 2.4 19 56.51 40.33 176 49.85 -5.9SlvrRnII n SRUN ... ... ... 10.79 8.01 8.94 -9.8SlvRun wt SRUNW ... ... ... 2.50 1.28 2.02 +35.2SilvrSun n SSNT .06e ... ... 5.22 2.90 1 3.88 -8.3Silvercrest SAMG .56 3.6 21 16.80 11.85 7 15.40 -4.0sSimmnsFst s SFNC ... ... 20 31.10 24.88 365 31.10 +8.9SimplyGd n SMPL ... ... ... 16.01 10.93 189 13.96 -2.1SimplyG wt SMPLW ... ... ... 4.30 1.08 3.80 -2.3sSimulations SLP .24 1.2 41 19.35 11.00 47 19.40 +20.5Sina SINA ... ... 43 124.60 82.91 1521 90.26 -10.0Sinclair SBGI .72 2.3 12 40.15 26.50 1249 30.75 -18.8SinoGlobl SINO ... ... ...dd 3.99 1.04 52 1.28 -50.0Sinovac h SVA ... ... ...dd 8.75 4.60 6 7.76 -1.5sSiriusXM SIRI .04 .6 39 6.92 4.73 21332 6.93 +29.3SitoMobl rs SITO ... ... ...dd 8.60 3.01 281 4.00 -40.5SkySolar SKYS ... ... ...dd 2.43 .82 22 1.24 -17.3SkyWest SKYW .40 .7 16 60.65 31.75 162 57.60 +8.5SkywksSol SWKS 1.28 1.3 21 117.65 86.13 1431 98.84 +4.1SleepNmbr SNBR ... ... 20 40.72 27.44 404 28.86 -23.2SmartFn rs SMBK ... ... 23 26.26 20.50 16 24.08 +11.0SmartSnd n SND ... ... ... 13.70 4.81 1204 6.89 -20.4SmthM hrs SMSI ... ... ...dd 3.41 .88 603 1.98 -30.3SocilRltyA n SRAX ... ... ...dd 7.95 1.11 352 3.91 -30.8SocketM n SCKT ... ... ... 4.59 2.62 2 2.73 -23.7SodaStrm SODA ... ... 31 98.26 49.50 160 87.08 +23.8Sohu.cm h SOHU ... ... ...dd 70.86 26.70 235 36.58 -15.6Sol-Gel n SLGL ... ... ... 12.23 7.39 11 8.91 -16.8SolarCap SLRC 1.64 7.6 12 22.55 19.70 62 21.44 +6.1SolarSCap SUNS 1.41 8.3 15 18.40 16.10 29 16.93 -4.7SolarEdg n SEDG ... ... 41 70.74 17.25 896 67.55 +79.9Soleno wt rs SLNOW ... ... ... 4.59 .05 .28 +89.7SolenoTh rs SLNO ... ... ... 3.75 1.32 35 1.75 -2.8SolidBio n SLDB ... ... ... 33.74 6.83 192 23.50 +3.9Solignx wt SNGXW ... ... ... .88 .21 .55 -32.0Soligenix n SNGX ... ... ... 3.70 1.54 13 1.67 -24.8SonicCorp SONC .64 2.5 17 30.05 22.11 571 25.16 -8.4SonicFdry SOFO ... ... ...dd 4.73 2.05 5 2.28 -24.3SonomaPh SNOA ... ... ...dd 7.75 3.50 12 3.78 -30.6Sonoma wt SNOAW ... ... ... .55 .25 .50 +20.7sSophiris SPHS ... ... ...dd 3.58 1.80 1106 3.51 +54.6SorrentoTh SRNE ... ... 57 10.65 1.50 1700 7.40 +94.7SotherlyH SOHO .48f 7.2 ...cc 7.08 5.78 38 6.69 +3.7SothrlyH pf SOHOB 2.00 7.9 ... 27.32 24.75 1 25.19 -1.8SthrlyH pf C SOHOO 1.97 7.9 ... 25.76 24.50 2 25.05 -1.2SouMoBc s SMBC .44 1.3 16 40.80 30.30 9 34.50 -8.2SoundFin SFBC .56f 1.4 23 39.00 29.55 38.75 +13.9SouthState SSB 1.36f 1.5 25 94.50 78.60 85 88.65 +1.7SthnFstBsh SFST ... ... 21 47.70 33.25 15 47.25 +14.5SoNatBcVa SONA .32 1.9 31 18.30 15.11 52 16.69 +4.1SsdeBTX SBSI 1.20f 3.5 18 37.57 31.20 113 33.81 +.4SparkEn s SPKE .72 7.2 8 23.65 8.60 149 10.10 -18.5SparkEn pf SPKEP 2.19 9.7 ... 27.56 21.90 8 22.62 -15.0SparkTh n ONCE ... ... ...dd 91.75 41.06 458 77.53 +50.8SpartnMot SPAR .10 .6 28 19.45 8.30 148 15.90 +1.0SprtnNash SPTN .72f 4.0 ...dd 37.37 16.32 297 17.86 -33.1SpectPh SPPI ... ... ...dd 23.50 5.47 1197 17.84 -5.9SperoTh n SPRO ... ... ... 19.00 9.66 65 12.09 +2.9Sphr3D grs ANY ... ... ... 7.25 .32 228 .36 -85.4Spherix rs SPEX ... ... ...dd 4.75 .89 70 1.08 -22.9tSpirtTex n STXB ... ... ... 22.55 21.09 14 21.21 -2.9Splunk SPLK ... ... ...dd 117.86 54.17 1271 115.15 +39.0SpokHldgs SPOK .50 3.4 34 18.85 13.75 82 14.80 -5.4SportsWhs SPWH ... ... 9 6.99 3.40 667 4.75 -28.1SprBkPh n SBPH ... ... ...dd 18.93 10.75 11 14.00 +4.2SprottFoc FUND .75e 9.4 ...q 8.39 6.84 31 7.93 +.1Sprouts SFM ... ... 23 28.29 17.55 3351 22.35 -8.2sStaarSur STAA ... ... ... 24.85 8.95 659 25.65 +65.5Staff360 rs STAF ... ... ... 5.70 1.41 8 1.73 -45.1Stamps.cm STMP ... ... 29 251.50 112.10 320 246.70 +31.2StarBulk rs SBLK ... ... ...dd 14.25 7.57 691 13.33 +18.4StrBlk22 n SBLKZ 2.08 8.2 ... 26.00 23.58 6 25.43 +.4StarsGp g TSG ... ... ... 38.23 15.85 1201 37.15 +59.4Starbucks s SBUX 1.20 2.1 26 64.87 52.58 4822 57.15 -.5StatAutF STFC .40 1.4 ...cc 32.00 22.11 29 29.56 +1.5StateBkFn STBZ .80f 2.4 21 34.43 24.90 1207 33.76 +13.1SteadyM n STDY ... ... ...dd 7.50 2.60 212 4.70 +27.0StealthGas GASS ... ... 28 4.70 2.90 18 4.16 -4.7SteelCon STCN ... ... ...dd 2.90 1.46 45 1.87 -24.9sStlDynam STLD .75f 1.5 20 50.70 32.20 3191 50.94 +18.1sSteinMart s SMRT .30 8.0 ...dd 3.94 .48 4054 3.74 +222.4StellrAcq n STLR ... ... ... 10.49 9.99 1 10.36 +1.5StellAcq wt STLRW ... ... ... .48 .21 .39 +25.8StellAcq un STLRU ... ... ... 11.08 10.22 10.60 +1.4StemlineTh STML ... ... ...dd 20.20 7.30 258 19.25 +23.4Stericycle SRCL ... ... ...dd 84.74 56.64 430 63.78 -6.2Stericyc pf SRCLP 5.25 10.7 ... 74.43 43.93 36 49.07 -7.3SterlBcp n SBT .04 .3 ... 14.98 12.00 89 13.95 +9.8SterlCons STRL ... ... 22 18.90 9.42 211 12.94 -20.5sSMadden SHOO .80 ... 23 50.43 36.10 487 51.15 +9.5Stewrdshp SSFN .12 1.0 16 12.75 8.50 1 11.85 +15.6StitchFix n SFIX ... ... ...cc 30.07 14.48 1655 20.92 -19.0StockYBc s SYBT .92 2.4 19 41.90 31.90 38 39.05 +3.6StoneCastle BANX 1.52 6.9 16 22.75 19.66 13 21.92 +8.9StrataS rs SSKN ... ... ...dd 3.00 1.06 256 1.64 +33.3Stratasys SSYS ... ... ...dd 30.88 17.17 603 19.96 Strattec STRT .56 1.6 19 49.20 30.05 10 34.00 -21.9StratusPrp STRS 1.00e ... 66 32.75 26.88 5 31.20 +5.1Strayer STRA 1.00 1.0 30 113.01 76.40 179 101.25 +13.0StreamHlth STRM ... ... ...dd 2.82 .92 7 1.54 -8.9StrgbrBio n SBBP ... ... ... 9.25 4.00 313 7.75 +6.9SummerInf SUMR ... ... ...dd 2.25 .72 37 .94 -37.6SumFWV SMMF .52f 2.0 13 28.16 20.93 9 25.91 -1.6SmtStB s SSBI .48 3.3 21 16.00 11.65 1 14.65 +16.3SumTher n SMMT ... ... ...dd 16.86 8.80 79 13.95 +25.9SunHydrl SNHY .36 .7 41 70.83 40.25 122 48.96 -24.3SundEng n SNDE ... ... ... 9.59 3.61 6 5.50 -7.4SunesisP rs SNSS ... ... ...dd 7.69 1.82 58 2.69 -27.1SunOpta STKL ... ... ...dd 10.20 6.27 1472 7.10 -8.4SunPower SPWR ... ... ...dd 11.70 6.46 1794 9.09 +7.8Sunrun n RUN ... ... 9 11.77 4.21 3032 10.64 +80.3Sunworks n SUNW ... ... ... 2.14 .90 275 1.15 +9.5SuperMicro SMCI ... ... 17 27.90 16.10 384 23.90 +14.2tSuperCom SPCB ... ... ...dd 4.95 1.87 76 1.85 -52.7SupercdT rs SCON ... ... ...dd 2.00 .85 31 .86 -21.1SupGpCos s SGC .38 1.7 20 28.85 17.41 21 22.39 -16.2sSupernus SUPN ... ... 43 58.50 32.50 731 58.35 +46.4supprt.cm rs SPRT ... ... ...dd 3.03 2.01 55 2.86 +18.2SurfaceOn n SURF ... ... ... 15.19 12.08 146 13.84 +3.8SurgPtrs n SGRY ... ... ...dd 24.05 7.10 436 19.75 +63.2sSurmodic SRDX ... ... ...cc 47.30 22.55 133 49.20 +75.7SykesEnt SYKE ... ... 47 34.49 25.77 147 27.02 -14.1Symantec SYMC .30 1.3 11 34.20 18.85 15460 22.35 -20.3Synacor SYNC ... ... ...dd 3.95 1.35 45 1.90 -17.4Synalloy SYNL .13m .7 ...dd 19.30 10.30 9 18.35 +36.9Synaptics SYNA ... ... ...dd 64.54 33.73 512 42.25 +5.8SyndaxP n SNDX ... ... ...dd 15.43 7.70 286 11.12 +26.9SyneosH h SYNH ... ... ...dd 61.10 31.10 916 39.50 -9.4SynrgyPh SGYP ... ... ...dd 4.84 1.43 3366 1.75 -21.5Synlogic rs SYBX ... ... ...dd 23.00 8.76 77 10.20 +5.2Synopsys SNPS ... ... 53 94.80 70.55 821 88.95 +4.4Syntel SYNT 15.00e ... 15 30.76 15.88 488 30.31 +31.8Synthes rs SES ... ... ... 7.52 2.00 11 3.11 +9.5Sypris SYPR .08 5.6 ...dd 1.90 1.09 19 1.43 +3.6SyrosPhar n SYRS ... ... ... 24.38 6.30 188 12.51 +28.6T -:T-MobileUS TMUS ... ... 22 68.50 54.60 2904 56.53 -11.0TAT Tch h TATT .34e 4.1 19 12.50 7.85 4 8.20 -21.9TCG BDC n CGBD 1.48a 8.4 11 20.30 16.76 38 17.69 -11.7TCP Cap TCPC 1.44 9.8 11 17.25 13.72 187 14.65 -4.1TD Ameritr AMTD .84 1.4 35 63.01 36.12 1886 60.61 +18.5TDH Hld n PETZ ... ... ... 31.75 3.17 19 3.70 -34.4TESSCO TESS .80 4.4 35 24.85 12.15 47 18.10 -10.2TFS Fncl TFSL .68 4.5 50 16.66 14.32 162 15.11 +1.1TG Thera TGTX ... ... ...dd 17.35 7.25 611 13.95 +70.1THL Credit TCRD 1.08 13.8 8q 10.25 7.70 73 7.82 -13.6TMSR Gl n TMSR ... ... ... 10.50 8.01 8.01 -19.6TOP Shi rs TOPS ... ... ... 13320.00 1.30 795 1.54 -38.6TPI Co n TPIC ... ... ... 28.14 15.26 162 26.37 +28.9TSR Inc TSRI ... ... 29 11.10 3.80 22 5.15 -1.0TTEC Hl TTEC .54f 1.6 32 43.75 29.70 48 33.45 -16.9TTM Tch TTMI ... ... 37 19.54 12.76 710 16.12 +2.9Tabula n TRHC ... ... ...cc 49.88 11.59 231 49.09 +75.0TactSys n TCMD ... ... ...cc 46.58 21.00 224 45.55 +57.2Taitron h TAIT .10 6.4 ...dd 2.13 1.16 83 1.57 -6.5TakeTwo TTWO ... ... 69 129.25 65.63 3929 113.07 +3.0Talend n TLND ... ... ...dd 59.74 31.27 154 55.79 +48.9TandmD rs TNDM ... ... ...dd 12.20 2.14 1940 11.69 +395.3TandyLthr TLF ... ... 12 9.05 6.79 1 7.80 +.6Tantech n TANH ... ... ... 4.54 1.98 720 3.24 +25.6 Nasdaq Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 13 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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Tapimmu n TPIV ... ... ... 4.41 2.58 153 3.26 -16.8Tarena TEDU .28e 2.8 4 21.70 9.78 147 9.96 -33.6TaylrDv TAYD ... ... 22 15.14 9.70 5 10.07 -25.0TechData h TECD ... ... 21 111.10 75.31 459 81.74 -16.6TechComm TCCO ... ... ...dd 15.40 2.30 10 4.55 -60.3sTechTarg TTGT ... ... ... 24.12 8.88 443 24.04 +72.7Tecnoglass TGLS .56 6.4 59 10.93 5.50 7 8.80 +19.7Tecogen TGEN ... ... ... 4.17 2.05 48 3.61 +33.7Telenav TNAV ... ... ...dd 8.75 4.50 68 5.20 -5.5Teligent TLGT ... ... ...dd 9.54 2.43 330 2.87 -20.9Tellurian rs TELL ... ... ...dd 13.74 6.45 892 11.62 +19.3TenaxTh rs TENX ... ... ... 15.80 4.41 35 6.10 -37.8TerrFmP lf TERP 2.13e 19.0 ... 14.20 9.55 611 11.20 -6.4TerritBcp TBNK .80 2.6 16 33.00 28.12 10 30.38 -1.6Tesaro TSRO ... ... ...dd 168.92 44.76 875 48.88 -41.0Tesla Inc TSLA ... ... ...dd 389.61 244.59 5669 286.48 -8.0TetraTc TTEK .48f .9 21 53.40 39.95 278 52.45 +8.9Tetraphase TTPH ... ... ...dd 8.75 2.05 740 3.87 -38.6TexCapB 42 TCBIL 1.63 6.4 ... 25.89 25.00 0 25.47 +.8TexCapB pf TCBIP 1.63 6.4 ... 26.09 25.00 10 25.44 -.4TxCapBsh TCBI ... ... 25 103.05 69.65 481 101.20 +13.8TxCapB wt TCBIW ... ... ... 71.00 67.14 68.26 TexInst TXN 2.48 2.2 28 120.75 75.92 3824 111.40 +6.7TexRdhse TXRH 1.00f 1.7 27 64.96 44.29 695 59.75 +13.4The9Ltd rs NCTY ... ... ... 5.04 .95 120 1.38 -28.1TherapMD TXMD ... ... ...dd 7.01 3.50 1314 5.92 -2.0TherpxBio n TRPX ... ... ... 7.69 3.84 8 4.33 -18.9TheravBio TBPH ... ... ...dd 43.44 21.27 192 24.35 -12.7TheStreet TST .10 5.6 3 2.03 .75 35 1.80 +24.11347PrpIns PIH ... ... 46 8.50 6.55 6 7.35 +1.41347PrIn pf PIHPP ... ... ... 28.00 24.15 3 25.50 +4.5TiGenix n TIG ... ... ... 48.00 15.75 4 41.11 +79.5TiberAcq n TIBR ... ... ... 9.70 9.55 9.58 +.1TiberAc un TIBRU ... ... ... 10.14 10.00 10.10 +.8TileShop TTS .20 ... 30 22.05 5.15 660 6.80 -29.2TmbrlndBc TSBK .52a 1.6 17 33.28 21.64 25 32.70 +23.2Tintri n TNTR ... ... ... 7.75 .97 347 1.06 -79.2Tiptree TIPT .14f 2.1 20 7.24 5.35 93 6.60 +10.9TitanMach TITN ... ... ...cc 25.09 11.68 105 19.10 -9.8TitanPh rs TTNP ... ... ... 2.85 .60 190 .84 -36.6TivityHlth TVTY ... ... 24 48.50 29.95 520 38.05 +4.1Tivo Cp TIVO .72 4.9 ...dd 20.18 12.25 1734 14.80 -5.1Tocagen n TOCA ... ... ... 17.25 8.60 231 9.83 -4.1TonixPh rs TNXP ... ... ...dd 5.00 2.70 67 2.93 -15.1TopImage TISA ... ... ...dd 1.75 .95 31 1.08 -5.3Torchlght TRCH ... ... ...dd 1.81 .95 174 1.19 -11.2TowerSemi TSEM ... ... 14 36.69 22.10 421 24.84 -27.1TownSprts CLUB ... ... ...dd 11.95 3.80 282 10.75 +93.7TowneBank TOWN .56 1.8 ... 35.30 27.85 95 31.15 +1.3TraconPh n TCON ... ... ...dd 3.95 2.00 205 2.45 -26.9TractSupp TSCO 1.24f 1.7 21 82.68 49.87 1056 71.01 -5.0sTradDsk A n TTD ... ... ... 80.97 40.70 2828 80.75 +76.6TrnWEnt TWMC ... ... 3 3.10 .95 9 1.25 -31.5TransAct TACT .36 3.2 28 15.80 8.15 10 11.10 -16.2Transcat TRNS ... ... 27 17.45 11.75 2 16.50 +15.8TransGlb TGA .20 10.2 ...dd 2.14 1.07 295 1.96 +36.2TravelCtrs TA ... ... ...dd 5.85 2.95 276 3.25 -20.7TravCtrs 28 TANNI 2.06 8.6 ... 25.48 18.63 12 23.93 -5.2TravelC 29 TANNL 2.00 8.7 ... 25.27 17.09 27 23.00 -8.7Travelct 30 TANNZ 2.00 8.5 ... 25.55 17.00 13 23.58 -5.7sTravelzoo TZOO ... ... 59 15.40 5.75 175 15.90 +146.5TrmntMtg n TRMT ... ... ... 17.94 11.71 6 12.26 -16.5Trevena TRVN ... ... ...dd 3.34 1.34 1000 1.84 +15.0TriCoBsh TCBK .68 1.8 22 43.80 33.36 110 38.09 +.6TrilliumTh TRIL ... ... ... 13.30 4.15 125 5.85 -19.3TriMas h TRS ... ... 21 28.95 20.05 86 28.20 +5.4Trimble TRMB ... ... 48 45.70 32.01 1282 34.78 -14.4TrinityBio TRIB .88 19.6 5 6.54 4.22 57 4.50 -11.8sTrinMrg un TMCXU ... ... ... 10.02 10.00 1210 10.04 +.3TripAdvis TRIP ... ... ...cc 50.69 29.50 3341 48.71 +41.4sTriStCap TSC ... ... 19 26.15 20.30 74 26.30 +14.3TriStCap pf TSCAP 1.69 6.4 ... 26.62 25.75 1 26.32 +1.6TriumphBc TBK ... ... 23 44.05 20.50 204 40.90 +29.8Trivago n TRVG ... ... ... 24.27 4.25 874 4.67 -31.7Tronc TRNC ... ... 22 24.74 10.80 248 17.09 -2.8Trovagne h TROV ... ... ...dd 1.63 .24 224 .28 -9.1TrueCar TRUE ... ... ...dd 21.75 8.88 3673 9.01 -19.6TruettHrst THST ... ... ...dd 2.50 1.32 7 1.62 -21.7Trupanion TRUP ... ... ...dd 37.13 16.54 116 27.74 -5.2TrstNY TRST .26 3.0 17 9.70 7.25 394 8.75 -4.9Trustmk TRMK .92 2.8 18 35.09 28.16 176 32.50 +2.0T2 Biosys TTOO ... ... ...dd 7.72 2.50 374 7.35 +78.4Tucows grs TCX ... ... 48 71.75 49.70 45 62.80 -10.3TuesMrn TUES ... ... ...dd 4.10 1.60 312 2.80 +1.8Tuniu TOUR ... ... ...dd 9.88 5.81 329 7.49 -2.3sTurtleBc rs HEAR ... ... ... 19.18 1.64 10027 18.57 +924.821stCFoxA FOXA .36 .9 18 39.35 24.81 3557 38.16 +10.521stCFoxB FOX .36 1.0 16 38.71 24.30 2194 37.71 +10.521Vianet VNET ... ... 21 9.59 4.17 2665 6.82 -14.5TwinDisc lf TWIN .36 1.3 ...dd 31.95 14.81 37 28.58 +7.6TwoRvrBc TRCB .18 1.0 20 20.75 15.71 10 17.20 -5.12U TWOU ... ... ...dd 98.58 39.58 389 93.18 +44.4TymeTch n TYME ... ... ...dd 9.50 2.01 380 3.02 -52.7U -:US AutoPts PRTS ... ... 3 3.63 1.45 127 1.65 -34.5US Concrte USCR ... ... ...cc 86.35 53.30 743 61.20 -26.8US Gld rs USAU .21e ... ... 5.14 1.05 150 1.25 -23.3UFP Tch UFPT ... ... 27 34.00 25.88 15 31.45 +13.1sUMB Fn UMBF 1.16 1.5 22 79.85 62.27 165 79.57 +10.6USEcology ECOL .72 1.2 38 59.90 44.50 50 58.75 +15.2USGlobInv GROW .03 1.2 ... 7.49 1.25 76 2.53 -35.1USA Tc pf USATP ... ... ... 28.26 20.75 25.99 +3.3USA Tech h USAT ... ... ... 12.33 4.25 770 11.85 +21.5USA Trk USAK ... ... ...cc 29.15 5.73 44 26.16 +44.3UTStarcm UTSI ... ... 29 6.51 1.97 38 4.92 -12.6Ubiquiti UBNT .17 .2 26 85.77 46.77 253 80.53 +13.4UltaBeauty ULTA ... ... 34 314.86 187.96 827 252.02 +12.7sUltimSoft ULTI ... ... ...cc 264.60 181.59 208 263.99 +21.0UltraClean UCTT ... ... 7 34.59 15.36 448 18.10 -21.6UltPetro n UPL ... ... ... 12.39 1.73 4544 2.04 -77.5Ultragenyx RARE ... ... ...dd 71.99 41.67 1013 63.94 +37.9Ultralife ULBI ... ... 27 10.95 5.75 25 9.65 +47.3Umpqua UMPQ .80f 3.3 24 24.73 16.76 1339 23.97 +15.2UniQure QURE ... ... ... 33.33 4.81 348 32.40 +65.4tUnicoA UNAM ... ... ...dd 11.30 7.25 5 7.20 -15.8sUnionBkVA UBSH 1.20 2.9 23 40.85 29.50 259 40.76 +12.7UnionBkVT UNB 1.20 2.4 24 55.00 39.55 2 50.70 -4.2UnBnOH UBCP .52 4.0 18 14.00 11.33 1 13.05 -1.5UtdBOH UBOH .48 2.2 12 23.50 20.35 1 22.10 -.5UBSI UBSI 1.36 3.8 21 41.45 31.70 320 35.75 +2.9sUtdCmtyBc UCBA .40 1.5 ... 26.20 18.13 45 26.20 +27.5 UtdCmBks UCBI .60f 1.8 21 33.72 24.47 292 33.17 +17.9UCmntyFn UCFC .24 2.3 18 10.70 7.81 172 10.50 +15.0UtdFnBcp UBNK .48 2.7 16 19.35 15.47 353 17.51 -.7UtdFire UFCS 1.24f 2.4 90 52.56 38.95 133 52.16 +14.4sUtdInsur UIHC .24 1.2 ...dd 21.05 13.60 144 20.86 +20.9UtdNtrlF UNFI ... ... 16 52.69 29.53 257 46.70 -5.2USecBcCA UBFO .36 3.2 24 11.65 8.45 15 11.20 +1.8US Engy rs USEG ... ... ...dd 1.96 .60 55 1.33 -11.3USLime USLM .54 .7 23 101.40 70.56 2 77.26 +.2UtdTherap UTHR ... ... 7 152.55 100.57 319 108.91 -26.4UtdGrdian UG 1.42e 7.7 28 21.33 14.15 1 18.50 UnitGrp UNIT 2.40 12.0 77 27.78 13.81 1651 20.06 +12.8UnityBcp UNTY .28f 1.2 18 24.25 15.35 10 23.00 +16.5tUnityBio n UBX ... ... ... 20.48 14.75 26 14.51 -12.9UnivDisp OLED .24 .2 61 209.00 86.85 694 100.75 -41.6UnvElc UEIC ... ... 20 72.50 26.97 279 30.60 -35.2UnivFor s UFPI .35e 1.0 19 39.58 25.93 295 34.12 -9.3UnvLogist ULH .42f 1.7 18 25.65 12.55 22 24.35 +2.5UnvStainls USAP ... ... 66 31.20 16.77 27 28.85 +34.7UnivstPa UVSP .80 2.7 17 32.35 26.61 67 29.70 +5.9UnumTh n UMRX ... ... ... 12.70 10.15 115 11.71 +5.4UplandSoft UPLD ... ... ...dd 33.56 18.52 188 31.72 +46.4UrbanOne UONE ... ... ...dd 2.50 1.25 0 1.75 -5.2UrbanOnD UONEK ... ... ... 2.45 1.35 11 1.85 +5.7sUrbanOut URBN ... ... 25 41.03 16.19 3237 42.32 +20.7UrogenP n URGN ... ... ... 66.38 14.52 181 62.75 +68.6UtahMed UTMD 1.08 1.1 ... 109.65 62.10 7 102.45 +25.9V -: VBI Vac n VBIV ... ... ... 5.10 2.82 442 3.44 -19.4VEON VEON .28e 10.4 ... 4.47 2.20 4270 2.69 -29.9VOXX Intl VOXX ... ... 6 9.00 4.64 162 5.30 -5.4VSE Corp s VSEC .32f .6 19 59.90 40.07 30 50.16 +3.6Valerits hn VLRX ... ... ... 7.20 1.19 375 1.48 -48.1ValueLine VALU .76 3.8 19 22.58 13.26 65 20.08 +3.8VanE GenD GNRX ... ... ...q 64.65 53.83 16 58.28 -1.7VanE VecBi BBH ... ... ...q 136.83 111.36 29 118.28 -5.1VandaPhm VNDA ... ... ...dd 20.40 11.90 468 17.15 +12.8VangIntHi VYMI 2.17e 3.2 ... 72.32 62.00 144 66.95 -.1VangIntDiv VIGI 1.11e 1.7 ... 70.39 60.46 88 66.73 +.6VangEMGv VWOB 2.82 3.7 ...q 81.69 75.31 103 75.99 -5.3V exUSRE VNQI 2.41e 3.9 ...q 65.20 54.95 185 61.13 +1.0VanShTTr VGSH .79a 1.3 ...q 60.93 59.70 178 59.70 -1.0tVanSTCpB VCSH 1.71 2.2 ...q 80.41 77.86 885 77.85 -1.8tVanTotBd n VTC 2.43 3.0 ... 88.99 80.70 3 80.68 -5.1VangR3K VTHR 2.14e 1.7 ...q 131.16 108.12 10 125.44 +2.1sVanR2KGr VTWG .84e .6 ...q 146.37 116.79 13 145.96 +7.7VanR2KV VTWV 1.78e 1.6 ...q 114.12 97.33 17 112.47 +2.7sVangR2K VTWO 1.45e 1.1 ...q 128.99 107.77 53 129.21 +5.7VanR1KGr VONG 1.64e 1.1 ...q 149.80 118.56 41 145.36 +5.3tVanIntTTr VGIT 1.09 1.8 ...q 65.53 61.85 262 61.81 -3.3VanR1KV VONV 2.43e 2.3 ...q 114.79 98.28 25 107.32 -1.1VangR1K VONE 2.16e 1.7 ...q 131.36 108.09 44 125.21 +2.2tVanMtgBSc VMBS 1.15 2.3 ...q 53.14 50.86 353 50.83 -3.1tVanLTCpB VCLT 3.51 4.0 ...q 96.52 87.26 91 87.29 -8.8VanLTTrs VGLT 1.77 2.5 ...q 79.71 71.82 251 71.88 -7.8VanIntCpB VCIT 2.60 3.1 ...q 88.76 82.83 1098 82.87 -5.2VangSTIn VTIP .74e 1.5 ...q 49.66 48.52 502 48.85 +.1VanTIntBd BNDX .52a 1.0 ...q 55.28 53.84 897 54.36 VanTIntStk VXUS 1.54e 2.7 ...q 61.17 51.20 526 57.40 +1.0VantEng n VEAC ... ... ... 9.95 9.62 9.80 +.8VantEng wt VEACW ... ... ... 1.62 1.00 1.19 -.8VantEn un VEACU ... ... ... 10.36 9.97 5 10.29 +1.0VarexImag VREX ... ... ... 43.76 27.80 589 37.36 -7.0Varonis VRNS ... ... ...dd 74.30 33.60 306 72.95 +50.3VascoDta VDSI ... ... ...cc 20.88 11.05 529 20.15 +45.0VascuBio VBLT ... ... ... 9.05 2.01 73 2.23 -68.7Vaxart rs VXRT ... ... ... 11.88 4.74 21 5.06 -18.7VectoIQ un VTIQU ... ... ... 2799 10.00 VeecoInst VECO ... ... ...dd 33.40 10.85 433 17.15 +15.5VBradley VRA ... ... 20 12.83 6.99 292 11.00 -9.7Veracyte VCYT ... ... ...dd 9.80 5.23 103 6.40 -2.0Verastem VSTM ... ... ...dd 5.71 1.92 7387 4.61 +50.2Vericel VCEL ... ... ...dd 14.00 2.55 742 14.00 +156.9VerintSys VRNT ... ... ...cc 44.55 37.05 261 41.75 -.2Verisign VRSN ... ... 33 128.35 87.55 791 127.12 +11.1Verisk VRSK ... ... 36 108.58 78.15 717 104.68 +9.0sVeritex VBTX ... ... 26 29.69 23.84 278 29.96 +8.6Veritone n VERI ... ... ... 74.92 7.76 119 21.78 -6.1Vermillion VRML ... ... ...dd 2.10 .88 76 1.17 -39.4VeronaPh n VRNA ... ... ... 25.55 10.44 2 16.82 +41.7Versartis VSAR ... ... ...dd 22.10 1.35 109 1.55 -29.5VertexEn VTNR ... ... ...dd 1.50 .65 205 .98 +3.4VertxPh VRTX ... ... ...cc 178.25 113.80 1077 156.16 +4.2Veru Inc VERU ... ... ...dd 3.00 .90 72 1.77 +55.3ViaSat VSAT ... ... ...dd 80.26 57.75 496 62.72 -16.2ViacomA VIA .80 2.4 7 42.55 28.20 16 33.85 -3.0ViacomB VIAB .80 2.8 6 36.96 22.13 6365 28.27 -8.2Viavi VIAV ... ... 29 11.89 8.34 3500 10.00 +14.4Vical rs VICL ... ... ...dd 3.70 1.32 99 1.71 -6.6Vicor VICR ... ... ... 39.95 16.30 138 38.70 +85.2VicDvAcc n VSDA ... ... ... 29.50 25.36 28.08 -1.3VicMultiF n VSMV ... ... ... 29.20 24.76 0 27.61 +.1Vict500VW CFA .44e .9 ...q 52.01 42.35 93 49.56 +1.6VictDisEnV CSF .38e .8 ...q 49.05 39.59 3 46.11 +2.1Vict500EV CFO .47e .9 ...q 52.03 42.35 63 49.59 +1.6VicEM Hi n CEY ... ... ... 28.35 24.47 2 25.39 -2.8VictDevVol CIZ .01j ... ...q 39.92 31.27 10 35.44 +.9VictIncEV CDC 1.09e 2.4 ...q 48.81 41.99 31 45.73 -1.5VictSCVol CSA .16e ... ...q 49.00 40.61 2 47.00 +2.0VictIntlVol CIL .15e ... ...q 46.94 36.70 0 40.92 +.7VicEmMkt CEZ ... ... ... 31.99 27.37 1 28.90 -2.6VictLCHiDv CDL .44e ... ...q 47.44 40.92 16 44.54 -1.7VictIntHiD CID .33e ... ...q 38.00 34.00 2 35.40 -2.2tVictCap n VCTR ... ... ... 13.50 10.00 220 10.06 -13.3ViewRay n VRAY ... ... ... 10.64 4.40 854 6.89 -25.6VikingTh n VKTX ... ... ...dd 7.36 .88 1953 5.13 +26.4VikngTh wt VKTXW ... ... ... 3.84 .25 3.17 +25.3VillagB&T VBFC ... ... 52 34.00 26.90 1 33.50 +9.3sVillSupMkt VLGEA 1.00 3.6 16 28.14 21.95 16 28.03 +22.2ViperEnPt VNOM 1.92f 6.4 34 31.63 14.76 337 30.20 +29.4VirTra n VTSI ... ... ... 7.36 4.75 10 5.33 -15.4Virco VIRC .06 1.4 ... 6.05 3.95 7 4.25 -15.8VirtuFin n VIRT .96 3.2 16 37.85 13.10 1713 30.30 +65.6VirtusInv VRTS 1.80 1.4 15 135.90 97.90 51 127.05 +10.4VirtusIn pf VRTSP 1.81 1.7 ... 113.53 92.00 18 107.33 +6.3Virtusa VRTU ... ... 60 52.88 25.72 332 47.63 +8.1VistaGn n VTGN ... ... ... 2.65 .69 125 .95 -14.6Visteon s VC ... ... 26 140.64 91.20 308 132.54 +5.9VitalThera VTL ... ... ...dd 7.30 2.25 875 6.00 +.8ViveveMd n VIVE ... ... ...dd 8.75 1.60 418 1.90 -61.8Vivopwr n VVPR ... ... ... 6.69 1.02 167 3.21 +10.7Vivus VVUS ... ... 3 1.38 .33 6802 .66 +31.2 tVodafone VOD 1.77e 6.7 ... 32.75 26.93 7045 26.60 -16.6VoyagerT n VYGR ... ... ...dd 31.91 8.10 516 20.25 +22.0vTvThera n VTVT ... ... ...dd 8.40 .65 370 1.57 -73.9Vuzix VUZI ... ... ...dd 11.40 4.10 250 5.60 -10.4W -:WCF Bcp n WCFB .20 2.1 ... 11.62 9.00 0 9.40 -1.3WD 40 WDFC 2.16 1.6 33 137.70 100.60 102 133.00 +12.7WMIH WMIH ... ... ...dd 1.61 .60 1610 1.39 +63.7WSFS s WSFS .44f .9 17 53.00 42.45 57 51.60 +7.8WSI Inds WSCI .16 3.4 ...dd 6.55 2.85 7 4.65 -22.5WVS Fn WVFC .32a 1.9 26 18.05 14.76 16.42 +6.0WalgBoots WBA 1.60 2.4 14 85.60 61.56 4154 65.74 -9.5WashFed WAFD .68 2.1 16 37.70 29.80 396 32.45 -5.3WashFd wt WAFDW ... ... ... 19.40 15.48 19.20 +8.2WshTrst WASH 1.72f 3.0 20 59.10 47.00 23 57.75 +8.5WaterstnF WSBF .48a 2.8 17 20.05 16.60 45 17.30 +1.5WaveLfSc n WVE ... ... ... 55.95 15.15 124 41.60 +18.5WaysideT WSTG .68 4.8 6 20.60 12.60 3 14.05 -15.9Web.com WEB ... ... 7 25.95 15.75 916 19.05 -12.6WeiboCorp WB ... ... ... 142.12 61.56 2703 103.84 +.4sWelleslyBc WEBK .20 .6 21 33.25 25.00 6 32.40 +9.1Wendys Co WEN .34 2.1 17 17.75 13.57 4266 16.34 -.5WernerEnt WERN .36f 1.0 26 43.95 25.15 745 36.50 -5.6Wesbanc WSBC 1.16f 2.5 20 46.32 35.49 118 46.12 +13.5WestBcp WTBA .80f 3.2 15 28.00 20.90 17 24.95 -.8WAmBcp WABC 1.60 2.8 29 64.26 49.38 94 57.45 -3.5WestellT rs WSTL ... ... ...cc 4.60 2.48 73 3.08 -17.9WDigital WDC 2.00 2.3 10 106.96 75.96 7121 87.02 +9.4WstNwEnB WNEB .16 1.5 26 11.25 9.30 32 10.85 -.5WstptFuel g WPRT ... ... ...dd 4.33 1.35 321 2.66 -29.3WestwtrRs WWR ... ... ... 1.73 .42 293 .42 -60.7WeycoGp WEYS .92f 2.8 20 38.25 26.51 29 33.34 +12.2Wheeler wt WHLRW ... ... ... .72 .01 .03 -17.6Wheelr pfB WHLRP 2.25 13.6 ... 23.95 12.58 7 16.57 -24.3Wheelr pfD WHLRD 2.19 12.3 ... 25.00 14.66 8 17.85 -11.2Wheeler rs WHLR 1.36 32.5 ...dd 12.30 3.25 110 4.19 -58.0WhiteHFin WHF 1.42 10.3 9 15.05 10.92 153 13.81 +2.9WhitHFin 20 WHFBL 1.63 6.3 ... 26.12 25.21 1 25.67 +.3Wilhelmina WHLM ... ... 29 8.73 5.58 2 7.28 +12.4WillScot wt WSCW ... ... ... 1.50 .32 1.35 -6.3WillScot WSC ... ... ... 15.60 9.45 203 12.35 -2.8WillmValV WVVI ... ... 22 8.86 7.70 3 8.35 +1.2WillVV pfA WVVIP .22e 4.2 ... 9.00 4.17 5.25 +.8Willdan WLDN ... ... 21 36.87 19.25 49 27.10 +13.2WillisLFn WLFC ... ... 14 36.70 22.51 73 33.40 +33.8WillisTwW WLTW 2.40f 1.6 34 165.00 139.36 648 153.24 +1.7Windstm rs WIN .60 41.7 ...dd 4.84 1.28 2077 1.44 -22.2Wingstop n WING .28a .5 73 55.86 28.28 415 51.66 +32.5Winmark WINA .60f .5 23 144.10 121.20 3 133.30 +3.0WinsFin WINS ... ... ... 390.88 19.80 0 140.00 -22.2sWintrust WTFC .76 .8 21 93.78 67.74 353 94.29 +14.5Wintrust wt WTFCW ... ... ... 63.47 46.12 59.60 -2.1Wintrst pfD WTFCM 1.64 6.1 ... 29.31 26.66 5 27.07 -3.2WisdTrMdE GULF 1.10e 5.7 ...q 19.90 16.43 8 19.25 +9.3WT SCQDv DGRS .66e 1.8 ...q 36.82 31.44 9 35.92 +.5WT USQDv DGRW .59e 1.4 ...q 44.54 35.50 362 41.27 -.4WTChixSte CXSE 1.54e 1.7 ...q 96.79 60.48 14 89.57 +3.9WTEMCpBd EMCB 3.18 4.6 ...q 73.96 68.97 1 69.00 -5.6WisdomTr WETF .12 1.0 31 13.41 8.37 2291 11.59 -7.6WTEMQDv DGRE .67e 2.5 ...q 28.95 22.99 17 26.55 -2.6WT NegAB AGND .78 1.8 ...q 45.12 42.75 9 44.17 +1.9WT IntHdg AGZD .84 1.7 ...q 48.65 47.78 1 48.12 -.6WT NegHY HYND .90e 4.1 ...q 22.48 20.26 59 21.78 +6.2WT IntHY HYZD 1.02 4.2 ...q 26.52 22.99 82 24.13 -.1WTGermH DXGE 1.39e 2.2 ...q 33.99 29.38 1 32.82 +1.9WT JpSCEq DXJS 1.10e .5 ...q 47.87 38.21 7 46.61 +1.1WTEMCnG EMCG .59e 2.3 ...q 28.89 22.34 7 25.11 -6.8Wix.com WIX ... ... ... 89.95 50.90 698 86.45 +50.2Woodward WWD .57 .8 27 89.30 65.22 184 74.52 -2.6Workday WDAY ... ... ...dd 140.00 85.46 846 133.97 +31.7Workhrs rs WKHS ... ... ...dd 4.89 2.21 73 2.71 +5.9WldAccept WRLD ... ... 15 121.17 71.02 107 106.82 +32.3WrightMed WMGI ... ... ...dd 29.89 19.01 974 24.19 +9.0WrightM rt WMGIZ ... ... ... 1.74 .61 124 1.21 -19.9Wynn WYNN 3.00f 1.6 53 203.63 120.47 1672 192.51 +14.2X-Y-Z:xG Tch wt rs XGTIW ... ... ... 7.70 3.60 3.60 xG Tech rs XGTI ... ... ... 2.65 .66 366 .77 -52.8XOMA rs XOMA ... ... ...dd 37.25 6.10 79 24.60 -30.9XTL Bio rs XTLB ... ... ... 4.14 1.55 21 1.95 -14.7XBiotech n XBIT ... ... ... 11.85 2.77 36 4.42 +12.2XcelBrnds XELB ... ... 12 5.00 2.00 9 2.65 -19.7XcelEngy XEL 1.52 3.4 19 52.22 41.51 2381 44.25 -8.0Xcerra XCRA ... ... ... 13.80 9.05 1169 13.69 +39.8Xencor XNCR ... ... ...dd 34.63 18.55 186 34.12 +55.7XeneticB n XBIO ... ... ... 4.49 1.59 13 1.89 -1.5XenithB rs XBKS ... ... 33 36.44 26.72 33.83 XenonPhm XENE ... ... ... 7.00 2.10 175 6.35 +124.8Xilinx XLNX 1.44f 2.0 36 78.02 60.12 1371 70.99 +5.3Xperi XPER .80 3.7 ...dd 35.40 16.70 310 21.75 -10.9XploreTch XPLR ... ... 83 4.20 1.54 23 3.30 +16.2tXpressSp rs XSPA ... ... 1 1.95 .56 1390 .43 -68.8XspandPr n XSPL ... ... ... 7.59 5.25 59 6.53 +11.2Xunlei Ltd XNET ... ... ... 27.00 3.11 570 12.02 -21.9YRC Wwde YRCW ... ... ...dd 17.61 7.36 453 10.51 -26.9YY Inc YY ... ... 7 142.97 50.50 1242 104.72 -7.4Yandex YNDX ... ... 85 44.49 24.94 1983 34.19 +4.4YangRvPt n YERR ... ... ... 25.47 2.61 3.12 -64.6Yatra n YTRA ... ... ... 12.85 5.63 128 7.26 -2.9Yld10Bio rs YTEN ... ... ...dd 9.03 1.44 116 1.62 -8.5YintechIn n YIN .36e 3.7 ... 14.81 8.50 150 9.70 +1.5YogaWks n YOGA ... ... ... 5.85 1.97 85 2.28 -19.4YorkWater YORW .67 2.2 31 39.86 27.45 16 30.95 -8.7Youngevt n YGYI ... ... ... 7.00 3.44 19 3.98 -3.6YulongE rs YECO ... ... ... 9.00 1.25 9 3.38 +25.2ZK Intl n ZKIN ... ... ... 16.00 6.01 8 6.66 -32.0Zafgen ZFGN ... ... ...dd 10.00 3.21 49 6.45 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HSBCUSGov D 28 1.26 Harbor Money Market 38 1.41 Harbor 38 1.43 HeritAdm 16 1.75 HeritInst 16 1.88 HewittMM p 42 .26 ING MM A 28 1.40 ING MM I 28 1.39 Invesco Government M 23 1.59 InvescoA5 23 1.23 InvescoC5 p 23 .48 Invesco Tax Exempt C 11 .55 Invesco Tax-Exempt C 11 .57 Investor Cash Tr, Tr 50 1.57 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 1.17 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 .77 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 1.02 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 1.24 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 1.12 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 .62 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 .47 Investor Tax-Exempt 12 .92 InvCshTrTrs 50 1.65 Investors Cash Tr, T 50 1.19 Investors Cash Trust 50 1.62 Ivy Cash Management 22 .40 Ivy Cash Management 22 .41 Ivy Cash Management 22 1.37 Ivy Government Money 14 1.11 Ivy Government Money 14 1.35 IvyMonyyC t 14 .20 IvyMnyA 14 1.03 IvyMM B 14 .15 JPMGvMMAg 26 1.53 JPMLqAsR 17 1.37 JPMGvPrem 26 1.34 JPMGvCap 26 1.61 JPMTrPlInv 19 1.28 JPMTrPlRs 19 1.09 JPMorg100 Agcy 46 1.48 JPM100 SecP 46 1.29 JPM100 TrInst 46 1.53 JPMorgan100 46 1.15 JPMLqAstP 17 1.62 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Treas 19 1.64 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 26 1.09 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 26 .79 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 26 .74 JPMorgan U.S. Govern 26 1.48 JPMorgan U.S. Treasu 19 1.61 JPMorgan US Governme 26 1.28 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.01Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.68 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.33 Liquid Assets Portfo 20 1.80 MainStay A 29 1.31 MainStay B 29 1.08 MainStay Money Marke 29 1.08 MainStay Money Marke 29 1.08 ManagersMM 26 1.63 Maryland Tax-Free Mo 29 1.08 Maryland Tax-Free Mo 29 1.02 Meeder Institutional 30 1.84 MeederRetl 28 1.53 ML CMAMn 34 1.22 ML CMATr 41 1.17 MilestnTOInst 23 1.52 MilestnTOInv 23 1.27 MHLIRSel 23 1.88 MMktGS2 43 1.63 MMktGS4 43 1.38 MMktProFdInv 31 .79 MMktProFdSvc 31 .14 Mutual America Insti 23 1.64 Nationwide Governmen 30 1.01 NatnwdMMInst 30 1.27 New York Tax-Free Mo 28 1.15 NorthInstGovSel 43 1.55 Northern 32 1.75 NorthernGvSl 43 1.40 NorthInstPrObSv 30 1.91 NthnInstPrObSh 30 1.91 Northern Institution 6 1.23 Money Market Funds Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Avg Avg Fund Maturity Yield Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 14 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018

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1.88 1.38 Jun 18 p 99.30 99.31 +0.01 1.88 2.38 Jun 18 p 100.01 100.02 -0.01 1.90 .88 Jul 18 p 99.26 99.27 1.84 1.38 Jul 18 f 100.19 100.20 1.38 Jul 18 p 99.28 99.29 1.87 2.25 Jul 18 p 100.02 100.03 1.83 1.00 Aug 18 p 99.24 99.25 1.90 4.00 Aug 18 p 100.16 100.17 1.90 .75 Aug 18 p 99.20 99.21 1.96 1.50 Aug 18 p 99.27 99.28 1.98 1.00 Sep 18 p 99.21 99.22 2.00 .75 Sep 18 p 99.16 99.17 2.02 1.38 Sep 18 p 99.24 99.25 2.03 .88 Oct 18 p 99.16 99.17 2.03 .75 Oct 18 p 99.12 99.13 2.08 1.25 Oct 18 p 99.20 99.21 2.08 1.75 Oct 18 p 99.27 99.28 2.07 1.25 Nov 18 p 99.18 99.19 2.10 3.75 Nov 18 p 100.26 100.27 2.09 1.00 Nov 18 p 99.13 99.14 2.11 1.25 Nov 18 p 99.17 99.18 2.11 1.38 Nov 18 p 99.19 99.20 2.12 1.25 Dec 18 p 99.15 99.16 2.13 1.00 Dec 18 p 99.13 99.14 2.18 1.38 Dec 18 p 99.16 99.17 2.18 1.50 Dec 18 p 99.18 99.19 2.17 1.13 Jan 19 p 99.09 99.10 2.19 2.13 Jan 19 f 101.11 101.12 .09 1.13 Jan 19 p 99.07 99.08 2.23 1.25 Jan 19 p 99.10 99.11 2.23 1.50 Jan 19 p 99.15 99.16 2.23 .75 Feb 19 p 98.28 98.29 2.24 2.75 Feb 19 p 100.11 100.12 -0.01 2.25 8.88 Feb 19 k 104.29 104.30 -0.01 2.21 1.13 Feb 19 p 99.03 99.04 2.26 1.38 Feb 19 p 99.09 99.10 2.27 1.50 Feb 19 p 99.13 99.14 +0.01 2.26 1.00 Mar 19 p 98.30 98.31 2.29 1.25 Mar 19 p 99.03 99.04 2.30 1.50 Mar 19 p 99.10 99.11 2.29 1.63 Mar 19 p 99.13 99.14 2.29 .13 Apr 19 f 99.21 99.22 .48 .88 Apr 19 p 98.23 98.24 2.30 1.25 Apr 19 p 98.31 99.00 2.33 1.63 Apr 19 p 99.10 99.11 2.33 .88 May 19 p 98.18 98.19 2.33 3.13 May 19 p 100.24 100.25 2.34 1.13 May 19 p 98.24 98.25 2.35 1.25 May 19 p 98.28 98.29 2.35 1.50 May 19 p 99.04 99.05 2.35 1.00 Jun 19 p 98.15 98.16 2.39 1.25 Jun 19 p 98.24 98.25 2.38 1.63 Jun 19 p 99.05 99.06 2.38 .75 Jul 19 p 98.03 98.04 -0.01 2.40 1.88 Jul 19 f 102.06 102.07 .88 Jul 19 p 98.05 98.06 2.41 1.63 Jul 19 p 99.02 99.03 2.40 .75 Aug 19 p 97.30 97.31 2.43 3.63 Aug 19 p 101.14 101.15 2.44 8.13 Aug 19 k 106.30 106.31 -0.01 2.44 1.00 Aug 19 p 98.04 98.05 2.46 1.25 Aug 19 p 98.15 98.16 2.45 1.63 Aug 19 p 98.30 98.31 2.46 .88 Sep 19 p 97.29 97.30 2.47 1.00 Sep 19 p 98.00 98.01 2.49 1.38 Sep 19 p 98.16 98.17 2.48 1.75 Sep 19 p 99.00 99.01 2.47 1.00 Oct 19 p 97.30 97.31 +0.01 2.49 1.25 Oct 19 p 98.07 98.08 +0.01 2.50 1.50 Oct 19 p 98.18 98.19 2.50 1.00 Nov 19 p 97.25 97.26 2.51 3.38 Nov 19 p 101.07 101.08 2.53 1.00 Nov 19 p 97.23 97.24 +0.01 2.52 1.50 Nov 19 p 98.26 98.27 2.53 1.50 Nov 19 p 98.14 98.15 2.53 1.38 Dec 19 p 98.07 98.08 2.53 1.13 Dec 19 p 97.24 97.25 2.54 1.63 Dec 19 p 98.17 98.18 2.54 1.88 Dec 19 p 98.30 98.31 2.54 1.38 Jan 20 f 101.17 101.18 .43 1.38 Jan 20 f 98.03 98.04 -0.01 2.54 1.25 Jan 20 p 97.26 97.27 -0.01 2.55 1.38 Jan 20 p 98.01 98.02 -0.01 2.55 2.00 Jan 20 p 99.02 99.03 -0.01 2.55 3.63 Feb 20 p 101.25 101.26 -0.01 2.57 8.50 Feb 20 k 110.05 110.06 -0.01 2.52 1.38 Feb 20 p 97.29 97.30 2.58 1.25 Feb 20 p 97.22 97.23 -0.01 2.58 2.25 Feb 20 p 99.14 99.15 -0.01 2.57 1.13 Mar 20 p 97.10 97.11 -0.01 2.59 1.38 Mar 20 p 97.25 97.26 -0.01 2.59 2.25 Mar 20 p 99.12 99.13 -0.01 2.59 1.50 Apr 20 p 97.30 97.31 -0.01 2.60 .13 Apr 20 f 99.02 99.03 .60 1.13 Apr 20 p 97.06 97.07 -0.01 2.61 1.38 Apr 20 p 97.21 97.22 -0.01 2.61 2.38 Apr 20 p 99.18 99.19 -0.01 2.59 1.50 May 20 p 97.26 97.27 -0.01 2.62 3.50 May 20 p 101.22 101.23 -0.01 2.62 8.75 May 20 k 112.02 112.03 -0.01 2.50 1.38 May 20 p 97.16 97.17 -0.01 2.63 1.50 May 20 p 97.24 97.25 -0.01 2.63 1.50 Jun 20 p 97.23 97.24 -0.01 2.63 1.63 Jun 20 p 97.29 97.30 -0.01 2.64 1.88 Jun 20 p 98.13 98.14 -0.01 2.64 1.25 Jul 20 f 101.31 102.00 .34 1.50 Jul 20 p 97.19 97.20 -0.01 2.65 1.63 Jul 20 p 97.25 97.26 -0.01 2.65 2.00 Jul 20 p 98.19 98.20 -0.01 2.66 1.50 Aug 20 p 97.15 97.16 -0.01 2.66 2.63 Aug 20 p 99.29 99.30 -0.01 2.67 8.75 Aug 20 k 113.07 113.08 -0.02 2.64 1.38 Aug 20 p 97.03 97.04 -0.01 2.68 2.13 Aug 20 p 98.24 98.25 -0.02 2.68 1.38 Sep 20 p 97.02 97.03 -0.01 2.68 1.38 Sep 20 p 96.31 97.00 -0.02 2.69 2.00 Sep 20 p 98.13 98.14 -0.01 2.69 1.63 Oct 20 p 97.16 97.17 -0.01 2.70 1.38 Oct 20 p 96.27 96.28 -0.01 2.71 1.75 Oct 20 p 97.23 97.24 -0.01 2.71 1.75 Nov 20 p 97.22 97.23 -0.01 2.72 2.63 Nov 20 p 99.24 99.25 -0.02 2.72 1.63 Nov 20 p 97.09 97.10 -0.02 2.73 2.00 Nov 20 p 98.07 98.08 -0.02 2.72 1.88 Dec 20 p 97.28 97.29 -0.02 2.72 1.75 Dec 20 p 97.16 97.17 -0.02 2.73 2.38 Dec 20 p 99.03 99.04 -0.02 2.73 2.00 Jan 21 p 98.03 98.04 -0.02 2.74 1.13 Jan 21 f 101.14 101.15 -0.01 .57 1.38 Jan 21 p 96.14 96.15 -0.02 2.75 2.13 Jan 21 p 98.12 98.13 -0.02 2.74 2.25 Feb 21 p 98.22 98.23 -0.02 2.74 3.63 Feb 21 p 102.10 102.11 -0.02 2.74 7.88 Feb 21 k 113.21 113.22 -0.02 2.68 1.38 Feb 21 p 95.20 95.21 -0.02 2.76 2.00 Feb 21 p 97.31 98.00 -0.02 2.75 2.38 Mar 21 p 98.31 99.00 -0.01 2.75 1.25 Mar 21 p 95.27 95.28 -0.01 2.76 2.25 Mar 21 p 98.19 98.20 -0.02 2.76 .13 Apr 21 f 98.12 98.13 -0.01 .68 2.38 Apr 21 p 98.29 98.30 -0.02 2.76 1.38 Apr 21 p 96.01 96.02 -0.02 2.78 2.25 Apr 21 p 98.16 98.17 -0.02 2.77 2.63 May 21 p 99.19 99.20 -0.01 2.77 3.13 May 21 p 100.31 101.00 -0.02 2.78 8.13 May 21 k 115.11 115.12 -0.03 2.75 2.00 May 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NevsunReso 110092 4.51 4.45 4.47 +.04 New Gold 79034 3.02 2.93 2.95 -.06 NutrienLtd 101024 66.56 65.30 66.18 -.32 NuvistaEngy 77035 9.54 9.34 9.50 +.12 OceanaGoldCrp 117135 3.34 3.27 3.30 +.01 OpenTextCorp 103448 44.30 43.28 43.61 -.17 OsiskoMining 250966 2.21 2.04 2.16 +.14 PaintedPonyE 111659 2.85 2.66 2.83 +.18 ParamountA 62083 15.34 14.60 15.11 +.30 PembinaPipe 91828 44.70 43.97 44.34 -.21 PeytoExpl 84961 11.24 10.97 11.22 +.26 PowerCorpSV 113177 29.98 29.66 29.87 +.15 PrairieSkyRyl 71260 27.64 27.08 27.46 +.27 PrecisionDrl 415760 5.12 4.92 5.01 -.01 Prometico 113190 .73 .69 .71 -.04 PwrFinCorp 68477 32.48 32.13 32.46 +.26 RagingRiver 145713 7.85 7.71 7.79 +.02 RioCanRlUn 101329 23.67 23.45 23.47 -.07 RogersCommB 118784 62.21 61.72 62.18 +.38 RoxgoldInc J 68314 1.32 1.27 1.27 +.04 RoyalBank 180221 101.32 100.84 101.31 +.27 RoyalNickelo 78657 .19 .18 .19 +.01 SemafoInc o 77800 3.62 3.53 3.57 +.02 SevenGenClA 62821 17.35 16.92 17.27 +.27 ShawCommBNV 127612 26.40 26.11 26.13 -.22 SherrittIntl 63483 1.19 1.16 1.19 +.02 SpartanEngyCo 90742 6.47 6.40 6.40 -.05 Sprectra7Micro 136360 .14 .12 .14 -.03 SunLifeFin 137800 55.70 55.10 55.55 +.33 SuncorEngy 250201 52.61 51.91 52.44 -.07 SurgeEnergyo 67655 2.65 2.56 2.63 +.07 T D Bank 283718 75.60 75.14 75.53 +.14 TORCOil Gas 233748 7.99 7.88 7.94 -.01 TahoeReso 86138 6.34 6.19 6.19 -.13 TamarackVall 168326 4.19 4.04 4.13 +.04 TeckResLimit 185114 37.05 36.28 36.73 +.57 Telus Corp 72680 45.71 45.41 45.69 +.07 TheStarsGrou 77814 48.47 46.05 47.53 +1.39 ThomsonReuter 113768 49.90 48.84 49.85 +.47 TourmalineOil 100523 25.03 24.11 24.82 +.46 TransAltaCorp 79947 6.85 6.66 6.74 -.08 TransCdaCorp 228231 55.63 54.64 54.69 -.92 TrevaliMngo 188801 1.14 1.12 1.12 -.01 TricanWell 291431 3.41 3.33 3.36 -.02 TurquoiseHill 117407 3.82 3.69 3.79 +.03 UEXCorpo 89426 .27 .25 .26 -.01 ValeantPharma 128201 28.52 27.83 28.26 +.61 VermilionEgy 84315 44.01 43.48 43.70 -.25 WestFraser 71966 95.27 90.45 94.98 +4.35 WesternForst 79835 2.85 2.80 2.83 +.04 WhitecapReso 213774 9.59 9.18 9.51 +.31 YamanaGld 318473 3.65 3.56 3.56 -.05 Toronto stocks Name Vol High Low Last Chg Treasury bonds Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld 1.75 Feb 22 p 96.00 96.01 -0.02 2.87 1.88 Feb 22 p 96.14 96.15 -0.03 2.87 1.75 Mar 22 p 95.28 95.29 -0.02 2.88 1.88 Mar 22 p 96.11 96.12 -0.02 2.88 .13 Apr 22 f 97.19 97.20 -0.03 .75 1.75 Apr 22 3p 95.24 95.25 -0.03 2.89 1.88 Apr 22 p 96.07 96.08 -0.03 2.89 1.75 May 22 p 95.22 95.23 -0.03 2.90 1.88 May 22 p 96.04 96.05 -0.03 2.89 1.88 May 22 p 95.21 95.22 -0.03 2.89 1.75 Jun 22 p 95.18 95.19 -0.03 2.89 2.13 Jun 22 p 97.00 97.01 -0.03 2.90 .13 Jul 22 f 97.31 98.00 -0.03 .62 1.88 Jul 22 p 95.30 95.31 -0.03 2.90 2.00 Jul 22 p 96.13 96.14 -0.04 2.91 1.63 Aug 22 p 94.28 94.29 -0.03 2.91 7.25 Aug 22 k 117.15 117.16 -0.04 2.85 1.63 Aug 22 p 94.27 94.28 -0.03 2.91 1.88 Aug 22 p 95.26 95.27 -0.04 2.91 1.75 Sep 22 p 95.07 95.08 -0.03 2.92 1.88 Sep 22 p 95.24 95.25 -0.03 2.91 1.75 Oct 22 p 95.21 95.22 -0.03 2.92 2.00 Oct 22 p 96.05 96.06 -0.04 2.92 1.63 Nov 22 p 94.18 94.19 -0.03 2.92 7.63 Nov 22 k 119.28 119.29 -0.04 2.88 2.00 Nov 22 p 96.04 96.05 -0.03 2.91 2.13 Dec 22 p 96.17 96.18 -0.03 2.93 .13 Jan 23 f 97.09 97.10 -0.03 .72 1.75 Jan 23 p 94.26 94.27 -0.04 2.93 2.38 Jan 23 p 97.18 97.19 -0.03 2.93 2.00 Feb 23 p 95.28 95.29 -0.03 2.93 7.13 Feb 23 k 118.18 118.19 -0.04 2.91 1.50 Feb 23 p 93.19 93.20 -0.04 2.94 2.63 Feb 23 p 98.20 98.21 -0.04 2.93 1.50 Mar 23 p 93.15 93.16 -0.04 2.94 2.50 Mar 23 p 98.01 98.02 -0.03 2.94 .63 Apr 23 f 99.09 99.10 -0.03 .77 Name Vol High Low Last Chg Name Vol High Low Last Chg Name Vol High Low Last Chg FOOTNOTE: Rate -The annual interest rate the Treasury bond provides to investors. Date -The month and year the bond will expire. Bid -The price investors will pay for the bond. Ask -The price at which investors will sell. A bond price is expressed as a percentage of its original purchase cost of $1,000. The whole numbers and the decimals-which represent 32nds of a point-must be converted to dollars and cents; for example, 103.18 equals $1,035.63. Chg -The change between the preceding days nal bid price and the nal bid price from the day before. Yld -The annual percentage return to the investor, based on the bonds current price, if the bond is held until it matures. K -Taxes on interest will not be withheld from non-U.S. citizens. n -Treasury note. p -Treasury note; taxes on interest will not be withheld from non-U.S. citizens. Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Rate Date Bid Ask Chg Yld Money Market Funds Continued from previous page IntlValAdv FV 15.17 -1.5 -.2 +3.7/B IntrmDvrsMnA m MS 14.09 ... -1.0 +1.0/B IntrmDvrsMnC m MS 14.09 ... -1.2 +.3/E LgCpGrA m LG 50.63 +2.9 +6.0 +13.7/A LgCpGrAdv LG 55.04 +3.0 +6.1 +14.0/A LgCpGrC m LG 38.22 +2.9 +5.7 +12.9/B LgCpGrI LG 54.75 +3.0 +6.1 +14.1/A LgCpGrK b LG 51.51 +2.9 +5.9 +13.7/A LtdDurHiIncAdv HY 10.21 -.3 +.4 +3.5/C MuniBdInfStr1 b MS 10.15 +.1 +.2 +2.2/A MuniBdInfStr2 MS 10.16 +.2 +.2 +2.3/A MuniBdInfStrA m MS 10.19 +.1 +.1 +2.0/A MuniBdInfStrAdv MS 10.20 +.2 +.3 +2.3/A MuniIncCAA m MF 11.00 +.1 -.9 +2.5/A MuniIncCAAdv MF 11.00 +.1 -.8 +2.7/A MuniIncIIArznA m SI 10.92 +.1 -.9 +2.9/A MuniIncIIMAA m MT 11.03 -.1 -1.2 +2.1/B MuniIncIIMINA m SM 10.05 -.2 -1.3 +2.1/C MuniIncIINJA m MJ 9.58 ... -1.2 +3.1/B MuniIncIIOhioA m MO 9.78 ... -1.2 +2.6/A MuniIncIIPEA m MP 10.30 +.1 -1.0 +2.7/B MuniIncIIVIA m SI 10.93 -.1 -1.0 +2.6/A MuniIncNYA m MN 9.77 ... -1.2 +2.5/A MuniIncNYAdv MN 9.77 +.1 -1.1 +2.7/A MuniIncNYC m MN 9.76 ... -1.5 +1.7/B MuniIncNtnA m MI 10.08 -.1 -1.3 +2.7/A MuniIncNtnAdv MI 10.09 +.1 -1.1 +3.0/A MuniIncNtnC m MI 10.07 -.1 -1.5 +1.9/C ReltvValA m LV 5.88 +.5 +.9 +9.7/A ReltvValAdv LV 5.93 +.5 +.9 +9.9/A ReltvValC m LV 5.86 +.5 +.5 +8.9/B SelUSEqAdv LB 17.17 +1.5 +2.4 +10.8/A SelUSLSA m LO 12.85 +1.7 +1.9 +5.6/B SelUSLSAdv LO 13.05 +1.7 +2.0 +5.8/B SelUSLSC m LO 12.31 +1.7 +1.7 +4.8/B ShortDurPlus CS 11.54 ... -.3 +.3/D SmCpGrA m SG 57.98 +3.9 +12.5 +14.2/A SmCpGrI SG 62.78 +3.9 +12.5 +14.5/A SstnlGlbThtcA m WS 119.49 +1.0 +1.8 +10.2/A SstnlGlbThtcAdv WS 126.51 +1.0 +1.9 +10.5/A SustIntlThtcA m FG 19.60 +.3 +.5 +4.0/E TxMgAlMktIncA m CA 12.49 +.2 -2.0 +2.5/E TxMgWtAprStrAdv WS 16.54 +1.1 +2.2 +7.1/C TxMgdIntl FB 18.63 -.6 +1.0 +5.0/B AAMInsgtSelIncI d TW 9.80 -1.5 -3.2 +2.7/BABAllMktRlRet1 b IH 9.08 +2.8 +2.6 +1.1/E AllMktTRA m MA 14.72 -.1 -.7 +3.1/E AllMktTRAdv MA 14.82 ... -.7 +3.3/E AllMktTRC m MA 14.62 -.1 -1.0 +2.3/E BdInStrat1 b IP 10.55 -.6 -.9 +1.8/A BdInStrat2 IP 10.55 -.6 -.8 +1.9/A CncntrGrAdv LG 36.37 +3.1 +6.8 +10.4/D CnsrvWlthStratA m CA 12.09 +.2 -.4 +2.6 CorOppsA m LG 20.74 +1.9 +2.4 +11.1/C DiscvGrA m MG 12.26 +4.7 +12.9 +13.0/A DiscvGrAdv MG 13.09 +4.8 +13.0 +13.2/A DiscvValA m SV 23.37 +2.5 +2.6 +9.0/C DiscvValAdv SV 23.93 +2.5 +2.7 +9.3/B DiscvValC m SV 20.58 +2.4 +2.3 +8.2/C DiscvValI SV 23.21 +2.5 +2.7 +9.3/B DiscvValR b SV 22.68 +2.4 +2.4 +8.6/C DiscvValZ SV 23.19 +2.5 +2.7 +9.4/B DiversMunicipal MS 14.08 ... -.9 +1.3/A EmMkts EM 33.06 -.4 +1.6 +5.5/C EqIncA m LV 28.82 ... -.2 +6.9/D EqIncAdv LV 29.10 ... -.1 +7.2/C EqIncC m LV 28.41 -.1 -.4 +6.2/D GlbBdA m IB 8.23 -.7 -1.2 +2.3/B GlbBdAdv IB 8.22 -.7 -1.1 +2.6/A GlbBdC m IB 8.25 -.9 -1.6 +1.6/C GlbBdI IB 8.22 -.7 -1.1 +2.6/A GlbBdR b IB 8.22 -.8 -1.4 +1.9/B GlbRkAllcA m TV 16.38 +.9 -.2 +3.1/C GlbRlEstInvmA m GR 14.21 +1.5 -2.1 +2.8/B GlbRlEstInvmIII GR 10.82 +1.5 -1.7 +3.5/B GrA m LG 79.10 +2.8 +7.8 +14.3/A HiIncA m HY 8.48 -1.2 -1.5 +4.6/A HiIncAdv HY 8.49 -1.3 -1.4 +4.8/A HiIncC m HY 8.58 -1.4 -1.9 +3.8/C HiIncI HY 8.49 -1.3 -1.5 +4.9/A HiIncK b HY 8.48 -1.3 -1.6 +4.5/A HiIncR b HY 8.48 -1.2 -1.7 +4.2/B HiIncZ HY 8.49 -1.3 -1.4 +4.9/A IntermBdA m CI 10.78 -.9 -2.0 +1.5/B IntermBdAdv CI 10.79 -.8 -1.9 +1.8/A IntermCAMuniA m SS 14.02 +.1 -.6 +1.2/A IntermNYMuniA m SS 13.72 ... -.9 +1.3/A Intl FB 18.63 -.6 +1.0 +5.0/B IntlValA m FV 14.82 -1.5 -.3 +3.5/B 4-wk YTD 3-yr Name Obj NAV Rtn Rtn Rtn/Rk How to Read the Mutual Fund Tables Here are the 4,300 biggest mutual funds listed on Nasdaq. Tables show the fund name, sell price or net asset value (NAV), daily net change and weekly net change. Underlining highlights the funds ranked in the top 20% in each of the last 5 years: Footnotes: e Ex capital gains distribution. f Previous days quotation. n No front end load or contingent deferred sales load may apply. p Fund assets are used to pay fo r distribution costs12(b)(1) plan. r Redemption fee or contingent deferred sales load may apply. s Stock dividend or split. t Both p and r. x Ex cash dividen d. NA not available. Name: Name of mutual fund and family. Obj: The funds objective group. Abbreviations listed below. NAV: Net asset value. Chg: Net change in price of NAV from previous day. Rtn: The funds total return, or percent change in NAV for the time period shown, with dividends reinvested. If period longer than 1 year, return is annualized.Rank: Funds letter grade compared with others in the same objective group; an A indicates fund performed in the top 20 percent; an E, in the bottom 20 percent. 4-wk YTD 3-yr Name Obj NAV Rtn Rtn Rtn/Rk Mutual Funds Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 15 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Thursday, May 17, 2018Fund Objectives: AL: Allocation 70-85% Equity, AM: Multialternative, BL: Bank Loan, BM: Bear Market, CA : Allocation 30-50% Equity, CC: Consumer Defense, CD: Consumer Cyclical, CH: China Region, CI: IntermediateTerm Bond, CL: Long-Term Bond, CR: Multicurrency, CS: Short-Term Bond, CV: Convertibles, DP: Diversied Pacic/Asia, EB: Emerging-Markets Bond, EE: Equity Energy, EI: India Equity, EM: Diversied Emerging Markets, ES: Europe Stock, FA: Foreign Small/Mid-Value, FB: Foreign Large-Blend, FF: Managed Futures, FG: Foreign Large-Growth, FQ: Foreign Small/Mid-Blend, FR: Foreign Small/Mid-Growth, FV: Foreign Large-Value, FX: Single Currency, GI: Intermediate Government, GL: Long Government, GR: Global Real Estate, GS: Short Government, HM: High-Yield Muni, HY: High-Yield Bond, IB: World Bond, IC: Trading-Inverse Commodities, ID: Industrials, IE: Trading-Inverse Equity, IH: World Allocation, IP: Ination-Protected Bond, IS: Trading-Miscellaneous, JS: Japan Stock, LB: Large Blend, LC: Trading-Leveraged Commodities, LE: Trading-Leveraged Equity, LG: Large Growth, LO: Long-Short Equity, LP: Energy Limited Partnership, LS: Latin America Stock, LV: Large Value, MA: Allocation 50-70% Equity, MB: Mid-Cap Blend, MG: Mid-Cap Growth, MI: Muni National Intermediate, ML: Muni National Long, MQ: Miscellaneous Region, MR: Miscellaneous Sector, MS: Muni National Short, MU: Multisector Bond, MV: Mid-Cap Value, MY: Muni New York Long, ND: Trading-Inverse Debt, NE: Market Neutral, NT: Nontraditional Bond, PJ: Pacic/Asia ex-Japan Stock, RI: Target-Date Retirement, RR: Preferred Stock, SB: Small Blend, SC: Communications, SF: Financial, SG: Small Growth, SH : Health, SI: Muni Single State Intermediate, SL: Muni Single State Long, SN: Natural Resources, SP: Equity Precious Metals, SR: Real Estate, SS: Muni Single State Short, ST: Technology, SU: Utilities, SV: Small Value, TA: Target-Date 2000-2010, TD: Target-Date 2015, TE: Target-Date 2020, TG: Target-Date 2025, TH: Target-Date 2030, TI: Target-Date 2035, TJ: Target-Date 2040, TK: Target-Date 2045, TL: Target-Date 2055, TN: Target-Date 2050, TW: Corporate Bond, TV: Tactical Allocation, UB: Ultrashort Bond, VD: Trading-Leveraged Debt, VL: Stable Value, VO: Volatility, WS: World Stock, XM: Allocation 85+% Equity, XO: Infrastructure, XQ: Target-Date 2060+, XR: Option Writing, XS: Long-Short Credit, XP: Emerging-Markets LocalCurrency Bond, XY: Allocation 15-30% Equity. 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