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Charlotte sun herald

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Title:
Charlotte sun herald
Uniform Title:
Charlotte sun herald (Charlotte Harbor, Fla. : 1995)
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Sun herald
Place of Publication:
Charlotte Harbor, FL
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Sun Coast Media Group- Robert E. Lee - Publisher - Jim Gouvellis - Executive Editor
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Daily
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English

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Newspapers -- Charlotte Harbor (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Charlotte County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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United States -- Florida -- Charlotte -- Port Charlotte
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26.966141 x -82.068026

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Also issued on microfilm from Crest Technologies.
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Vol. 103, no. 225 (Aug. 13, 1995)-
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"An edition of The Sun Herald."

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University of Florida
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Copyright Sun Coast Media Group. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.
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36852667 ( OCLC )
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SEASON AHEAD Fewer tropical storms likely this yearThe Weather Channel, and others, are predicting a slow hurricane season. But thats little comfort to local folks whove been through a storm, let alone a hurricane. Gerald Otten had been in his home in Deep Creek for less than two years when it was damaged by a tornado in February 2016. Since then, hes been able to repair the damage, but hes still concerned about the upcoming hurricane season. Ive only lived in Florida about a year and half, and Ive never certainly been through a hurricane, but I could imagine its pretty bad, much more widespread than a tornado,Ž Otten said. The Weather Channels prediction of a storm season near the 30-year average is due to the potential development of a weather pattern later this summer known as El Nio and other sea-sur face anomalies. Twelve named storms, six hurricanes „ including two major hurricanes „ are expected this hurricane season, according to The Weather Channel. This is on par with the 30-year average (1981-2010). A major hurricane is a Category 3 or stronger on the Saf“r-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale.By SOMMER BROKAWSTAFF WRITERIF YOU GO:What: Hurricane and Business Expo 2017 When: Saturday 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center, 75TaylorSt., Punta Gorda Cost: Free Features: Hurricane Preparedness Seminars 10:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Featured Guests: WINK News Meterologist Jim Farrell as well as WINK News anchors; Charlotte County Emergency Manager Jerry Mallet; American Red Cross. Over 40 exhibitors including: Hurricane protection and supplies, government agencies, insurance and financial services, health care, home and garden products and services, real estate companies and nonprofit organizations. adno=SP47295 HURRICANE | 4 INSIDEFloridas hurricane fund remains strong heading into season € See USA Today page 7 ENGLEWOOD „ Abdiel Fuentes-Garzas life stories were so impressive his new friend didnt want to quit hearing them. The 15-year-old said he was a missionary traveling to different countries helping people. So when word came via Instagram and Snap Chat that Fuentes-Garza took his own life Wednesday night, many Lemon Bay High School students were shocked. Fuentes-Garzas death was the fourth teen suicide in three years in Englewood. Friends posted tributes on social media about FuentesGarza, who moved here with his brother, sister and parents in February. One Lemon Bay High School student wrote, He (FuentesGarza) was lost and needed help getting to his next class. He told me his name was Abdiel. He was a missionary and would go around helping people in different countries. ƒ I was nothing but amazed that someone so young was already making an impact on the world. He kept talking and I was just getting lost in his words and he was ”owing with stories of his trips and I was so impressed. Lemon Bay students mourn sophomores deathBy ELAINE ALLEN-EMRICHCOMMUNITY NEWS EDITOR OK. So youre not the Russian Interior Ministry, FedEx, Nissan or Britains National Health Service. Those were just a few of the organizations in 150 countries worldwide whose networked computer systems were hit with a Windows ransomware malware attack last week. Forbes reports the biggest factor in the quickly spread virus was the infected computers hadnt installed a Microsoft patch released in March, or were running versions of Windows „ like XP „ for which there was no patch. So, this incident should be a big wake-up call for consumers to avoid opening the doorŽ to any type of malware infection, as well as having security protection in place in case that door has mistakenly been opened. The keyŽ to the door is provided when you click open a link or attachment in a seemingly innocent or legitimate-looking unsolicited email, or an online ad, which launches malicious malware. Remember the mantra: Think before you click. Malware can allow intruders to watch all your actions on the computer and be used to send forged email to everyone in your address book, attempting to infect other computers. While it can be dif“cult to avoid mistakenly opening the door, its much easier to ensure it immediately slams shut. Even if you only have one computer, download security updates as soon as theyre available „ no matter what operating system you use,Ž urges the Federal Trade Commission. Hackers are constantly looking for security gaps, and companies try to close those gaps as soon as they are discovered. So its important to download updates right away. Most operating systems have a setting to download and install security updates automatically. Use it. And install updates for your other software, Worldwide computer attack should be your wake-up callDAVID | 4 David MORRISCOLUMNISTSTUDENTS | 4 Pulitzer Prize winner2 0 1 6 AN EDITION OF THE SUNVOL. 125 | NO. 139AMERICAS BEST COMMUNITY DAILY Afternoon thunderstormsHigh 93 Low 72$1.50 www.yoursun.comTodays weather:www.yoursun.comFIND US ONLINE THE SUN: Calendar ................6 Crosswords ............7 Local Sports ........12 Obituaries .............5 Police Beat .......7,10 Viewpoint .........8-9 SPORTS: Lotto .....................2 USA TODAY: Money ................5 Nation .............1-4 State ..................7 Weather ..........10 CLASSIFIED: Comics ...........9-12 Dear Abby .......12 TV Listings ........13 CHARLIE SAYS ...Keep calm and prepare yourself. INSIDE 705252000258Daily Edition $1.50 GOOD MORNING Friday, May 19, 2017 CAR SLAMS INTO CROWD IN NEW YORKS TIMES SQUAREA man drove his car the wrong way up a street and plowed into pedestrians on the sidewalk, injuring dozens of pedestrians and k illing one woman. See USA Today CALL US AT941-206-1000CHARLOTTE SUN

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Our Town Page 2 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 The SUN (USPS 743170) is published daily at Sun Coast Media Group, Inc., 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980-2100. Periodicals postage paid at Punta Gorda, FL. Postmaster: Please send address changes to the SUN, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, Florida 33980-2100.Publisher .................................................Robert E. 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Dearborn St., Englewood North Port: 941-429-3000 13487 Tamiami Trail, North Port DeSoto: 863-494-0300 or toll-free at 877-818-6204 108 S. Polk Avenue, Arcadia LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ A woman suffered minor injuries after hitting an alligator and ”ipping her car on the interstate near Toledo Blade Boulevard, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Cooper City resident Jennifer Rosinski, 34 was traveling southbound on Interstate 75 at 9:20 p.m. on Tuesday when she came across a 9-footlong alligator crossing the interstate near Mile Marker 178. The front underside of Rosinskis Ford Edge struck the alligator, causing her to lose control of the vehicle. The vehicle veered left and ran off the roadway to enter the median and began to turn counterclockwise. The vehicles front wheel dug into the grassy median, causing it to overturn multiple times. Rosinski was transported to the North Port ER and treated for minor injuries. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission appeared on the scene to remove the dead alligator. Tammy Sapp, communication for FWCs hunting and game management, said incidents involving vehicles and alligator collisions are rare. But, she added, as the temperature increases, people can expect alligators to be more visible. It is also mating season for alligators and many are moving in search of a mate. Email: lcoey@sun-herald.com Woman runs over alligator on interstateBy LAUREN COFFEY STAFF WRITER The former Punta Gorda Police officer responsible for ending the life of retired librarian Mary Knowlton is unlikely to see the outcome of his criminal case until February of next year. At a case-management conference Thursday, Lee Coel appeared at the Charlotte County Justice Center with his attorney, Alvin Entin of Fort Lauderdale, and waived a speedy trial. Charged with negligent manslaughter, Coel reportedly failed to realize his gun was loaded with real bullets during a public demonstration in August. His case has been set on a complex track, which means it should be resolved within a year of his arrest. Judge Margaret Steinbeck granted a motion by the defense to subpoena phone records from the Punta Gorda Police Department from July 28, 2016, when they say Coel informed the department he would be doing a K-9 demonstration on Aug. 2 with the Charlotte County Sheriffs Office, when he would test fire his gun. Coels next case-management conference is scheduled for Aug. 31 at 2 p.m. He waived appearance at future conferences due to his acceptance into an undisclosed graduate school program. Coel is still fighting the termination of his employment with the police department. After being fired by Human Resources Manager Phil Wickstrom, attorneys from the Police Benevolent Association argued for City Manager Howard Kunik to appeal the decision on April 20. Kunik has received post-hearing briefs from both sides and expects to make a decision before May 30.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com Former Punta Gorda officer waives speedy trialBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY ANNE EASKERLee Coel appeared in court for a case-management conference Thursday. COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFSCar wash plannedThe Tri-M Music Honor Society of Charlotte High School is holding a car wash from noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday at the Punta Gorda of“ce of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, 2331 Tamiami Trail. The students, who are raising money for the Yah Yah Girls nonprofit Back Pack Kidz program, are requesting a $5 minimum for each car wash, but donations in any amount will be welcome. For more information, call 941-639-2511.Wags-n-Wash plannedThe Animal Welfare League will be offering a Wags-n-WashŽ dog wash from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday. If your family pet needs some canine cleanliness, then visit the 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte, shelter for bubbles of fun. The fee is only $5 and all proceeds bene“t the homeless animals. Call 941-6256720 or check online at www.awlshelter.org or Facebook at AWL Pets for more information.Referendum initiative meeting plannedCharlotte County Public Schools will be holding a meeting on their referendum initiative, at 5:30 p.m. on Monday in the school board room located at 1445 Education Way, Port Charlotte. The public is invited to attend this meeting, where information and plans to begin the referendum process will be discussed.Jammers and Jazzy Jammers kickoff party plannedJammers and Jazzy Jammers kickoff party will be held with check-in at 12:30 p.m., bowling to start at 1 p.m., on Saturday at Bowland, 3192 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte. Tickets are available at the Punta Gorda Police Department for $15 or $20 day of the event and includes two hours of bowling, shoe rental and more. Sponsorships are also available. For more information, call 941-5755563, or email r achel keesling@me.com. WE DO swimlike no one else.OVER 60 BRANDS | YOUR PERFECT FITCerti“ ed “ t specialists. Bra sizes C DDD. For superior swimwear, try us on. IN OUR LADIES SWIM DEPARTMENT adno=50515569

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Our Town Page 4 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 What are El Nio and La Nia?El Nio and La Nia are opposite phases of what is known as the El Nio-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) cycle. The ENSO cycle is a scientific term that describes the fluctuations in temperature between the ocean and atmosphere in the east-central Equatorial Pacific (approximately between the International Date Line and 120degrees West). La Nia is sometimes referred to as the cold phase of ENSO and El Nio as the warm phase of ENSO. These deviations from normal surface temperatures can have large-scale impacts not only on ocean processes, but also on global weather and climate. El Nio and La Nia episodes typically last nine to 12 months, but some prolonged events may last for years. While their frequency can be quite irregular, El Nio and La Nia events occur on average every two to seven years. Typically, El Nio occurs more frequently than La Nia. El Nio means The Little Boy, or Christ Child in Spanish. El Nio was originally recognized by fishermen off the coast of South America in the 1600s, with the appearance of unusually warm water in the Pacific Ocean. The name was chosen based on the time of year (around December) during which these warm waters events tended to occur. The term El Nio refers to the large-scale ocean-atmosphere climate interaction linked to a periodic warming in sea surface temperatures across the central and east-central Equatorial Pacific. Typical El Nio effects are likely to develop over North America during the upcoming winter season. Those include warmer-than-average temperatures over western and central Canada, and over the western and northern United States. Wetter-than-average conditions are likely over portions of the U.S. Gulf Coast and Florida, while drier-than-average conditions can be expected in the Ohio Valley and the Pacific Northwest. The presence of El Nio can significantly influence weather patterns, ocean conditions, and marine fisheries across large portions of the globe for an extended period of time. La Nia means The Little Girl in Spanish. La Nia is also sometimes called El Viejo, anti-El Nio or simply a cold event.Ž La Nia episodes represent periods of below-average sea surface temperatures across the east-central Equatorial Pacific. Global climate La Nia impacts tend to be opposite those of El Nio impacts. In the tropics, ocean temperature variations in La Nia also tend to be opposite those of El Nio. During a La Nia year, winter temperatures are warmer than normal in the Southeast and cooler than normal in the Northwest. Why does El Nio occur? El Nio results from interaction between the surface layers of the ocean and the overlying atmosphere in the tropical Pacific. It is the internal dynamics of the coupled ocean-atmosphere system that determine the onset and termination of El Nio events. The physical processes are complicated, but they involve unstable air-sea interaction and planetary-scale oceanic waves. The system oscillates between warm (El Nio) to neutral (or cold) conditions with a natural periodicity of roughly 3-4 years. External forcing from volcanic eruptions (submarine or terrestrial) have no connection with El Nio. Nor do sunspots as far as we know. What is the relationship between hurricanes and El Nio? In general, warm ENSO episodes are characterized by an increased number of tropical storms and hurricanes in the eastern Pacific and a decrease in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. FROM PAGE ONETypically, in an El Nio year well usually have stronger trade winds across the Caribbean which makes it more dif“cult for hurricanes to develop, but thats not always the case,Ž National Weather Service Meteorologist Andrew McKaughan said. Each year is a little different. You can still get a hurricane in an El Nio year. In any hurricane season, it only takes one storm headed in our direction to be a bad year for us, locally,Ž McKaughan added. People should always be prepared. Now, is the time to prepare for hurricane season. You dont want to wait until we have a storm on our doorstep.Ž As far as predictions for a less active season, Otten said, It gives me some feeling that things wont be as bad as they could be, so I guess well just have to sit down and wait and see what happens.Ž The hurricane season begins June 1 and runs through Nov. 30. Residents can get more information on hurricane preparation on Saturday at the Hurricane Business Expo 2017, which runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center, 75 Taylor St., in Punta Gorda. Otten said the tornado that damaged his home came without warning, so its important to always be prepared. He said he went to the annual Hurricane Expo last year and he said it is a good idea for other newcomers and residents to go to get more informed. I would recommend people go to that,Ž Otten said. We did learn a lot of things. There was a lot of information, books, plus other things that people could pick up with stands where you could talk with hurricane experts. Youve got time to prepare. Do so.Ž Charlotte County Emergency Management Director Gerard Mallet said there are a lot of predictions that come out about the hurricane season from various sources. He said his department prepares in the same way regardless. They are predictions, nothing more than that,Ž Mallet said. We prepare the same whether they are forecasting one or many more than that because you never know where that one is going to go, so we have to prepare for it every year.Ž Mallet said a good thing hes looking forward to in June is some more rain, which will hopefully start to eliminate the drought. Due to the lack of rain in the spring and winter months, Sarasota is at a de“cit of 12.7 inches of rain and Punta Gorda 9 inches since October, McKaughan said. NWS Meteorologist Rodney Wynn added that it looks like the summer rain should take care of the drought, but not immediately. Wynn said during the summer season there is a 20 to 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms each day HURRICANEFROM PAGE 1 WEEKEND WEATHER REPORT:Highs should be in the 90s and overnight lows in the lower 70s throughout the weekend. Friday: Mostly sunny early in the day, becoming more cloudy with 40percent chance of showers in the afternoon and 30 percent chance of showers through the night. Saturday: Partly sunny with 70percent chance of showers in the afternoon, and 60 percent chance of showers into the night with slight chance of thunderstorms. Sunday: Partly cloudy with a 40percent chance of showers in the afternoon, and 30 percent chance of showers that night. Total rainfall amount predicted: Half an inch or less, winds 15 to 20 knots can be expected overnight over the weekend. Mariners are urged to consult the latest forecast and to exercise caution during trips on the Gulf,Ž the National Weather Service advised. Source: National Weather Service Source: Average rainfall amounts from NWSAVERAGE SUMMER RAIN JuneJulyAugust 7.5 inches 8 inches 9 inches Drought: rainfall amount in inches below normal since October as of this week: Sarasota Punta Gorda Source: NWS Meteorologist Andrew McKaughan 9 inches 12.7 inches NOAA GRAPHIC OF HURRICANE CHARLEY IN AUGUST 2004 with the afternoon sea breeze. Just because we get two or three rain events per week doesnt mean its automatically going to get us out of the drought,Ž Wynn said. He added with the heat, the water can evaporate in the soil, so its going to take some time.Ž Email: sbrokaw@sun-herald.com including apps.Ž That includes anti-virus programs. (Comcast subscribers get Norton for free, but it must be installed.) And dont forget your smartphone, which is, in essence, a pocket-sized computer. For example, this Monday at 5:33 p.m., I received an email alert from US-CERT, the Computer Emergency Readiness Team, operating under the Department of Homeland Security. It advised that Apple had released security updates to address vulnerabilities in multiple products. A remote attacker may exploit some of these vulnerabilities to take control of an affected system.Ž I immediately went to SettingsŽ on my iPhone, tapped GeneralŽ and then Software Update.Ž Thats where I saw there was IOS 10.3.2 ready to download. The advanced alert from US-CERT allowed me to install the update before the device noti“cation. To subscribe to US-CERTs National Cyber Awareness System mailing list for alerts, bulletins and tips, go to www. us-cert.gov. The FTC also strongly suggests routinely backing up all of your important “les on your computers and mobile devices. When done, be sure to log out of the cloud and unplug external hard drives so hackers cant get at them. For more information on computer security, including security software, data backup and password protection, go to https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/ articles/0009-computer-security. Report any suspected cyberattacks to the FBI at www.ic3. gov or call the Tampa “eld of“ce at 813-253-1000, and press option 3.Ž Finally, if you need help, contact a local computer service tech. Finalists in the Suns 2016 Readers Choice Awards include Court Nederveld at Bits, Bytes & Chips (941-626-3285) and Mike Burgess at Allied Technologies (941-444-6558). Both provide on-site service. David Morris is the Suns consumer advocate. Contact him c/o the Sun, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980, email dmorris@sunherald.com, or leave a message at 941-206-1114.DAVIDFROM PAGE 1 When we “nally got to the class, I never wanted him to leave. I was amazed at this caring person who was and loving and smart. Someone so happy was accomplished couldnt bare the weight of what he was going through. I wish I could have stayed closer to him.Ž Students gathered to pray around the high school courtyard before class Thursday morning. Administers briefed teachers and staff about the students death. A crisis team of counselors and school psychiatrists were working with students and teachers in mourning. While Fuentes-Garza was new at the school, he was in band. Some of his friends said he didnt particularly like school, but also didnt seem depressed or suicidal. A day when we learn a student has passed is one of the worst in our careers,Ž said LBHS principal Bob Bedford. Our teachers look for warning signs and do an excellent job because they have relationships with these students. When you are taking about suicide, the variables are all different. This is why it takes a whole village when something like this happens. We always ask, Why did this happen and could it have been prevented? We re”ect on it and see if theres anything we can do more to help or do differently.Ž Bedford said like last year, after LBHS senior Nathan Ray died, there will be a moment of silence remembering Fuentes-Garza at graduation ceremonies tonight. We will have grief counselors at the school until the last day on Thursday,Ž he said. It is available to anyone in the community who is grieving.Ž Shauna Lange, co-founder of Saving Lives, a local suicide prevention group which formed last year, says teen suicide has become an epidemic here. Its the end of the school year and its hard to get correct information on resources available to help stud ents who might be suffering into the summer months,Ž Lange said. I do not understand where the Florida Department of Health is in all of this happening in Englewood with teen suicides. Its a health issue, an epidemic. How can the Department of Health not have any data on causality of teen deaths? ƒ Im so concerned that teens dont have someone to talk to with school letting out next week.Ž Kim Sanderson, suicide prevention and education specialist and a licensed mental health therapist with Charlotte Behavioral Health Care, said “ve free sessions are available to anyone grieving and in need of help. One of the things parents can do is talk to their children about suicide,Ž Sanderson said. Its a myth that if you talk to them that it makes it worse. In studies, it proves the opposite. If you talk to a child about suicide you can talk about coping skills. You talk about practicing them and how to handle issues. Theres a big difference in walking my dog after the loss of a friend,Ž she said. While it distracts me, its not enough. Its better if while Im walking my dog, I talk about my day and how I feel. Letting it out is a way of coping with stress, depression or sadness.ŽEmail: eallen@sun-herald.com STUDENTSFROM PAGE 1 Suicide Help Available Charlotte Behavioral Health Cares staff uses treatment and intervention methods to help with healthy emotional development and coping skills. Childrens therapists work with families in Charlotte County and outlying areas to develop individualized treatment plans for decreased emotional symptoms, decreased family conflict, development of healthy coping skills and more effective parenting skills. For more information, call 941-639-8300 or the 24-hour crisis line at 941-575-0222.

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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 5 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS OBITUARIESCHARLOTTE Joan DeBonteJoan DeBonte, born Jan. 23, 1931, died Monday, May 15, 2017. Arrangements are by Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Cemetery and Crematory, www. charlottememorial.com.Martin Leo HudockMartin Leo Hudock, 86, of Port Charlotte, Florida, went to heaven Friday, May 12, 2017, at Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Nursing Home, Port Charlotte. Martin was born May 3, 1931, in West Newton, Pennsylvania, to Frank and Gertrude Lux Hudock. He was a U.S. Air Force veteran of the Korean War and retired as a manager for McDonnell-Douglas Aircraft Corp. Martin moved to Port Charlotte in 1991 from Torrance, California. He was a member of Faith Lutheran Church in Punta Gorda. Martin was a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend. He will be missed dearly by all who loved and knew him. He is survived by a son, Scott (Jeanne) Hudock; daughter-in-law, Anita Hudock; grandchildren, Joshua (Holly) Hudock, Andrew (Michelle) Hudock and Rachel (Kenneth) Snodgrass; and great-grandchildren, Kyla, Kellen, Zaiden and Claire Hudock. Martin was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Mary Louise Hudock; and his son, Jeffrey Martin Hudock. Memorial services celebrating Martins life will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 20, 2017, at Faith Lutheran Church of Punta Gorda, 4005 Palm Drive, Punta Gorda, Florida. He will be given military honors by a U.S. Air Force Honor Guard. Interment will follow in the Faith Lutheran Church memorial scattering garden. Memorial contributions may be made in Martins memory to Douglas T. Jacobson State Veterans Nursing Home, 21281 Grayton Terrace, Port Charlotte. Friends may visit online at www.robersonfh. com to extend condolences to the family. Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory, Port Charlotte Chapel.ENGLEWOOD Dr. Andrew S. KalmusDr. Andrew S. Kalmus, 87, of Englewood, Florida, transitioned peacefully on Sunday, May 14, 2017, surrounded by his family at his home in Englewood. Dr. Kalmus was born on Feb. 8, 1930, in Wayne, Michigan. He graduated from Hillsdale High School and enrolled at Michigan State University. He served four years in the Air Force during the Korean War. After he was discharged, he returned to Michigan State University and received a degree in animal nutrition. He then pursued his lifes aspiration and received his degree in veterinary medicine. Dr. Kalmus chosen profession was his passion and re”ected in his love and care of innocent animals. He is survived by his soulmate, best friend and wife of 60 years, Margo Kalmus; daughter, Karen (Mark) Brewer; grandson, Misael Kalmus Dejesus; daughter, Andrea (Chris) Smith; “ve nieces; one nephew; his brother and sister-in-law, Paul and Helen Domeny; beloved friends whom he considered family, Gene and Stella Mix and John and Marilyn Nyeste; and last but not least, his cat, Smokey. Dr. Kalmus wishes were to celebrate his life by making donations in his name to Michigan State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Of“ce of Development and Alumni, 784 Wilson Road, Room F130, East Lansing, MI 48824 or adopt, volunteer or donate to Suncoast Humane Society, 6781 San Case Drive, Englewood, FL 34224. Arrangements are by National Cremation Society of Port Charlotte.Kathleen Dora PerryKathleen Dora Perry, 95, of Englewood, Florida, passed away peacefully with her loving family by her side on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, following some recent health challenges. Kathleen was born on July 14, 1921, in Burlington, Iowa, the beautiful daughter of Hazel (Roush) and Van Dustin. She is survived by her loving husband, Raymond Perry; two daughters, Cindy Carroll (Mike) and Patricia Kirsten; several grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; and two sons, Richard Perry and Roger Perry. Immediate funeral ceremonies are private. To share a story, leave a tribute or to offer condolences to the family at this dif“cult time, please visit Kathleens memorial webpage at www.fort myersmemorial.com and sign her guestbook. Arrangements are by Fort Myers Memorial Gardens Funeral Home in Fort Myers, Florida, and Royal Palm Memorial Gardens in Punta Gorda, Florida.NORTH PORT Ernest ThompsonErnest Thompson, 88, of North Port, Florida, passed away on Thursday, April 27, 2017. Ernie was born on Sept. 26, 1928, in Campbell Hall, New York, to James Thompson and Edna Haight Thompson Palen. He married Gayla Vanek, of Walden, New York, on Dec. 29, 1957. He had a long career in education, as a teacher, guidance counselor and coach, before retiring to Cape Cod in 1988 and then moving to Florida in 2003. He is survived by Mark Thompson and his wife Louise of Orlando, Florida; and Cheri (Thompson) Dennen and her husband Vincent, of North Port; and two grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Gayla Vanek. A private memorial is planned.DESOTOThere were no deaths reported in DeSoto Thursday. SARASOTA „ For the second time in two weeks, Sarasota County Commission will be discussing baseball, speci“cally its deal with the Atlanta Braves on spring training baseball. During the May 9 meeting, the Sarasota County Commissioners approved changes to the allocation formula in the tourist development tax ordinance to meet the “nancial commitment to the team. On Tuesday, they will consider the facility operating agreement with the team for the new stadium which will be constructed in North Port. Approval of this agreement is necessary so the West Villages Improvement District can apply to the state for spring training retention funding. The entire deal with the team is contingent upon West Villages, which is donating an 80-acre site for the facility, successfully obtaining these funds. According to the agreement, the facility will consist of a stadium with a playing “eld that mirrors Sun Trust Park in Atlanta, 6,500 “xed seats and 1,500 berm seats, along with suites. There will also be complex “elds, a clubhouse, a public plaza and multipurpose “elds for public use. The project is estimated to cost between $75 million-$80 million, with the countys share limited to $21.3 million. Besides the county and West Villages, the city and the team will also contribute “nancially to the project. The agreement gives the Braves the exclusive right to use, operate and manage the facility for baseball-related activities as well as special events, fantasy camps, concerts, festivals and other special events.Ž The county will have the right to use the facility for up to 10 civicoriented nonpro“t eventsŽ not exceeding 20 days a year, but three of those 10 uses are reserved for the citys use. The agreement calls for design and construction of the facility to be completed by Jan. 15, 2019, and upon completion, ownership of the facility will be transferred to the county. The agreement will run for 30 years, with the team having two options to extend the term for additional “ve-year periods beyond the initial term. The agreement coming before commissioners Tuesday does not address the question of naming rights for the facility. That issue has been a topic of discussion at North Port City Commission meetings, mostly by city residents during public comment. According to county spokesperson Jason Bartolone, a developers agreement between the county and West Villages will likely come to commissioners in June. And, Bartolone said, interlocal agreements between some of the other parties must still be worked out. Earlier this year, the Braves indicated a desire to relocate their spring training facilities from Orlando to Sarasota County. In February, the county, along with the North Port City commissioners and the West Villages Improvement District, entered a term sheet with the Braves committing the team to exclusive negotiations with the county. Email: jondaltonwr@gmail.comBatter up: Facility agreement on the tableBy WARREN RICHARDSONSUN CORRESPONDENT ENGLEWOOD „ I cant believe youre here,Ž 10-year-old Cheyenne Acuna-Navarro said, hugging her mother as tightly as a child can hug a mother. Cheyenne and her sister, 7-year-old Lokalia Waldt, sat among other Myakka River Elementary School students who were learning the USAŽ chant and a ballpark wave Thursday in the auditorium. Their mother, U.S. Army specialist E-4 Kelly Pollock „ whom the girls havent seen for a year „ came up behind them. The girls sprung up to hug their mom and to be hugged by her. These two are my world,Ž Pollock said. I am elated. I am so happy to see them again. Its been so long.Ž For the last year, the girls have been staying with Pollocks mother, Debbie Moller, where she raised her daughter. Pollock, like her daughters, attended Myakka River Elementary, and she graduated from Lemon Bay High School in 2006. The girls teachers „ fourth-grade teacher Tara Eiken and “rst-grade teacher Michelle Brady „ were just as emotional and excited upon seeing the reunion of the mother with her daughters. These families, when they come back, they need to be honored,Ž Brady said. When Eiken learned how both the girls parents were deployed in the Army, she said, It tugged at my heart.Ž Caring for her granddaughters for a year, Moller said, brought her pleasure and brought life into her home, reminding her of what she remembered when Pollock was a child. I was a single parent when I raised her here,Ž Moller said. Asked about her daughter, she said, I couldnt be prouder.Ž Pollock joined the service three years ago and its been a lifesaver for her and her daughters. Pollock recalled how she and the girls had a real rough patchŽ in North Carolina. During Christmas 2013, she sat in a Wal-Mart parking lot, crying, with $50 to buy her daughters gifts and was unable to do more. Then, Pollocks life changed when she saw an Army recruiting station. I looked across the street and saw an Army recruiting station,Ž Pollock said. I said, I can do this, I can do this, and that started the ball rolling. Ive been going at it ever since.Ž She intends to make the military her career. This past year was the longest Pollock has been separated from her daughters. She was deployed as part of Operation Atlantic ResolveŽ and was stationed in Germany and Romania. She works as a crew chief maintaining Blackhawk helicopters. Pollock met her husband, Sam Pollock, in the Army. Hes been stationed in Alaska where Pollock and her girls will be heading. I cant wait to have a snowball “ght,Ž Cheyenne said. Lokalia cant wait to be reunited with her father and their cat, Rambo.Military mom surprises daughters at Myakka ElementaryBy STEVE REILLYSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTOS BY STEVE REILLYAfter spending a year deployed in Germany and Romania, U.S. Army specialist Kelly Pollock reunited with her two daughters at Myakka River Elementary School. Pollocks mother Debbie Moller cared for the girls while their mother was deployed. Myakka River Elementary School fourth-grade teacher Tara Eiken and rst-grade teacher Michelle Brady join 7-year-old Lokalia Waldt and 10-year-old Cheyenne Acuna-Navarro, who were reunited with their mother, U.S. Army specialist Kelly Pollock. The family will be heading to Alaska to reunite with Pollocks husband, Sam, who also serves in the Army.

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Our Town Page 6 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWS SUN PHOTO BY SOMMER BROKAWFrom left: the Rev. Calvin Shaw of First Macedonia Missionary Baptist Church in Punta Gorda set up a veterans benets information seminar on Wednesday night at the church. Charlotte County Veteran Services Manager Larry Brown, right, went over information about VA eligibility and benets for the small crowd of veterans gathered at the church. For more information on VA benets, call the Port Charlotte Veteran Services oce at 941-764-5579. Outdoor recreational opportunities are also available for Floridas wounded veterans. To nd out more, visit OperationOutdoorFreedom.com.Church hosts veterans benefits seminar TODAY Tops Club takeoff #s, 8am to 10 am at Edgewater UMC 19190 Cochran Blvd, call 941-2582610(Hope) $32 annual, $5 monthly PG Hibiscus Festival, Fri, 9-4 Huge Flower Sale, History Park, 501 Shreve, PG, Followed by Music Fest 6-10p $1 941.457.3659 Project Linus, Have Fun crochet knit quilt blankets for Charlotte County kids 9-11am FGCU Bldg. Herald Court Punta Gorda Nancy 627-4364 Quarter Bingo, Cultural Center 10:00a-10:45a 2280 Aaron St. All are welcomed. 941-625-4175. Heaven Cent Boutique, Remodeled family thrift store. New merchandise. 10:00-5:00. 28038 Cleveland Ave PG. 941-380-1242 Eagles, Eagles 23111 Harborview Rd PC 941-629-1645 lunch 11-2 pm dinner 5-8 music by Tidal Wave Punta Gorda Elks, 11-2 Lunch; 3pm Tiki open; 5-8 Dinner; 6:30-9:30 Music by TaT 2 @ 25538 Shore,PG,637-2606; members & guests Singer Michael Hirst, Singer Michael Hirst performs 11 am-2 pm at Fishermens Village. 639-8721 Punta Gorda Elkettes, Elkettes Thrift Shop Open to the Public from 11:30am to 2:30pm @ 25538 Shore Dr.,PG, 637-2606, ext. 451 Alzheimers Support, Friday May 19 at 1pm. Meet & discuss common challenges. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 828-1223 TODAY Yoga for Every Body, Join us for stretching, balance and rejuvenation! M-W-F 9-10am Englewood Sports Complex $5 Denise 468-7327 Line Dancing, 9-30 to 11-30 American Legion Post 113 3436 Indiana Road Rotonda West. Phone Eve at 941 697 8733 Dessert Card Party, Call for a table of 4 or to sub. Have fun at Lemon Bay Womans Club. 51 N. Maple St. 11:30 3. $5.00 941-473-8270 Alzheimers Support, Friday May 19 at 1pm. Meet & discuss common challenges. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 828-1223 Dinner & Dancing, Chef Choice: Pork dinner & reg menu 5-7:30pm Music:Tommy C & Judy Love 7-10pm. Rotonda Elks, members&guest 697-2710 FISH FRY & MORE, Haddock, Shrimp, Scallops,& More. 4:30-7pm. Music JOYCE & DOUG 6:30pm. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda SATURDAY BREAKFAST, Breakfast 8am-11:30am. Karaoke starts at 6:30pm. Come and Sing!! Am. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda VBS Register Now, Mon-Fri June 12-16, 5:30-8:30pm and lite meal. Register at GulfCoveChurch. com. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Closet of Hope, Free clothing, ID required. 1st & 3rd Saturdays 9:30a-12p. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 697-1747 Dalton BBQ, BBQ 12pm. Smoked meatloaf, sausage, burgers,more Corn Hole 12:30, Music 1pm. Rotonda Elks, Members & guests 697-2710 LEGO Club, LEGO Club Age 5-11 1:30-3:30 pm Elsie Quirk Library 100 W Dearborn St 941-861-5000 SUNDAY $7Sunday Breakfast, $7 Sunday Breakfst AYCE! 8-noon, 401 N. Indiana Ave, Englewood Elks: 941-4741404 Omelets to order! BREAKFAST, Breakfast 8am 11:30am. Bar Bingo in the Lounge 6:30 pm. Get Lucky !! Am. Legion 113, 3436 Indiana Rd. Rotonda Sunday Dinner, Best Broasted Chicken 2-4pm. Eat at Lodge or take out! Rotonda Elks, Members & guest. 941-697-2710 FC BLAST KIDS, BLAST Middle School Youth Group meets Sun. 5-7pm@140 Rot. Blvd. W. Join us for fun, food, games & Bible Study. 475-7447 MONDAY Crafting, Help us to craft items; bring lunch, we supply dessert at Lemon Bay Womans Club, 51 N. Maple St. 9:30 12:30 681-2048 Stroke-Brain Expo, Stroke Prevention. Learn signs, symptoms, what to do. Free event with Refreshments 10am-12 Suncoast Aud. RSVP 473-3919. TODAY Basic Exercise, $3/class 9-10 AM NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Join Brenda for a good workout and feel better. Pickleball, Offered at the George Mullen Activity Center, Saturdays 9am-1pm. $3 Residents/ Members Free. Call 941-429-7275. VBS REGISTER NOW, NPCUCC, 3450 S. Biscayne, VBS June 26-30, Music, Crafts, Snacks, Games, Ages5-complete Grade 5, 426-5580 Yogarobics, Held at the Morgan Family Community Center, Fridays 9am-10am, $5 per class. Call 941-429-7275. Blood Pressure, 9:30-10:30 AM NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd 426-2204 Done by Lorna DeRiggs, RN Alzheimers Resp.Care, 10:30-2:30 every Fri.Living Waters Lutheran Church,12475 Chancellor Blvd.activities, lunch.$30.Info call 941-204-7335.. Life AFTER Downton, 5/19 NP Library, Juliano Room, 10:30-12. Join us for a cup of tea and lively discussion of PBS programs. Ques? 861-1307 VFW Post 8203, Fish Fry / Cod/Shrimp/Rib dinners 5 pm 7 pm, Dj Scotty 6 pm -10 pm Lunch 11am 2 pm Zumba Morning, Offered at the Morgan Family Community Center, Fridays 11am-12pm. $8 Class/$40 for 8 Classes. Call 941-429-7275. Pinochle, $1.50/person 12-3 PM NP Senior Center 4940 Pan American Blvd Pat Lucia 257-8358 Come join in the games. Alzheimers Support, Friday May 19 at 1pm. Meet & discuss common challenges. Gulf Cove UMC, 1100 McCall, PC. 828-1223 Port Charlotte Elks, BOGO Happy Hour 4:30 to 6:30, Visit with Members & Guests, Open 1 to 7:30, 1700 Tamiami Trail F3, Murdock, FL, 629-4545 Senior Fitness, Held at the Morgan Family Community Center. Fridays 2pm-2:45pm. Ages 55 and Up. $5 Class. 941-429-7275. AMVETS 312 Dinner, Lunch 11:30-2:00 Dinner 5-7 Prime-rib seafood buffet $12 members&guests 7050 Chancellor Blvd NP 941-429-5403 Holy Name Bingo, 5-9pm San Pedro Activity Center Non-Smoking Up to $1300.00 in cash prizes Refreshments Open to all 429-6602 DJ Scotty Dog, Come join DJ Scotty Dog from 6-10 at the VFW Post 8203. Located at 4860 trott circle on Friday may 19. Great music Pinochle, $2/person 6-9 PM CHARLOTTE EVENTS ENGLEWOOD EVENTS NORTH PORT EVENTS Collector Car Display, Fri., May 19, 10 a.m. to noon Collector Car Display Life Care Center 450 Shreve St. PG by Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Fl. Region. Any 23yr old car/truck welcome to participate. Need not be a member. Comp lunch 941-626-4452 Mental Health Awareness Day, On Saturday, May 20th from 10 AM to 2 PM, Redeemer Lutheran Church in Ft. Myers will host a free event to bring awareness to the community about mental health. Professionals will be available to discuss concerns.There will be raffles, prizes and childens activities. Heaven Cent Boutique Grand Reopening, Come join us for our grand reopening. Newly stocked merchandise for the entire family. Located @ Cleveland United Methodist Church @ 28038 Cleveland Ave PG. Friday 5/19. 10:00-5:00. 1st 10 shoppers receive a $5.00 off coupon. 941-380-1242 Friday Fish Fry, Friday Fish Fry at CCUMC, 27000 Sunnybrook Road, P.G. (Hbr.Hgts.), 941-629-1593 May 19th from 4 pm to 7 pm. Fried/Baked Fish, Shrimp, Hush Puppies, Coleslaw, Potatoes, Drink & Dessert for only $10.00. Let us cook, serve you and clean up. What a deal. Featured EventsPAID ADVERTISEMENTS The Community Calendar items are entered by the event organizers and are run as submitted.Ž To submit an item, go to www.yoursun. com, select an edition and click on the Community CalendarŽ link on the left. Click Submit Event,Ž and fill out the appropriate information. NORTH PORT „ A five-hour open house Saturday at the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary Flotilla 92 in North Port will give the public a chance to see the facility and receive a free boat exam. The facility is at 7030 Chancellor Blvd., in North Port. The open house is being held in honor of National Boat Safety Week which runs May 20-26. It runs from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The USCG Auxiliary will do a courtesy safety inspection on any boat. Officials said it will be strictly between boat owners and the auxiliary. Tom Meissgeir, of USCG Auxiliary Flotilla 92, said the main function of the event will be to promote safe boating. There is necessary equipment for boating that will be on display „ with experts showing how to use it properly. Meissgeir said he likes being out on the water, and is excited to help the community learn how to appreciate it safely. People need to understand the environment. They go out there when the water is too rough, and dont know how to read the navigation signs so they get stuck,Ž Meissgeir said. Almost all boating accidents are operator error,Ž Meissgeir said. Meissgeir said how to use proper safety equipment is one of the simple things to know when boating. He said the causes of incidents are almost never the equipment but people doing something they shouldnt be doing. Meissgeir said Saturdays open house will be informational with brochures and a discussion about classes that are offered to help the community have a better knowledge when it comes to staying safe while boating. Hot dogs and hamburgers will be served. USCG Auxiliary hosts open house SaturdayBy MICHELLE VALKOVSUN CORRESPONDENT Start your day with the Crossword Puzzle Mon. 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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 7 Look for a third crossword in the Sun Classified section. LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSA Rotonda West man was sentenced to 10 years in prison Wednesday after leading the cops on a highspeed chase on Halloween 2014. Christopher Wayne Sherrod, 26, reportedly stole the purse and SUV of a friend he was staying with in Englewood. When Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce deputies attempted to pull him over for speeding, he refused to stop, and the deputies lost sight of him. Sherrod then burglarized a convenience store in Englewood by throwing a heavy object through the glass door. He took cigarettes, lottery tickets and a drink, before taking off again. Deputies saw him later in the night, but he once again ”ed. At one point, he drove the stolen SUV at two deputies in two different patrol cars, but both were able to avoid getting hit. Sherrod headed north on State Road 776 to Sarasota, then back to Charlotte County, driving almost on all tire rims, because deputies had put strike strips in the road to disable his vehicle. The strike strips took out three of Sherrods four tires, but he was still speeding up to 75 miles per hour. After driving the wrong way on a side street, Sherrod drove onto U.S. 41 and was stopped near Tuckers Grade. He told deputies he wasnt giving up, but the SUV ran out on him. He also said he had ”ed because he was on probation out of Iowa. Sherrod was charged with aggravated assault on a law enforcement of“cer, ”eeing or attempting to elude with wanton disregard, aggravated assault on a law enforcement of“cer, burglary of a structure, grand theft, possession of a “rearm by a convicted felon, grand theft of a motor vehicle, grand theft of a “rearm and theft „ obtaining a credit card through fraudulent means. He was sentenced as a habitual felony offender. His sentence will be followed by “ve years of probation.Email: aeasker@sun-herald.com Halloween chase ends in 10-year prison sentenceBy ANNE EASKERSTAFF WRITER SHERROD PORT CHARLOTTE „ A 12-year-old was arrested on multiple charges of battery and criminal mischief Wednesday. A school resource of“cer at the Charlotte Harbor School in Port Charlotte noticed the male juvenile jumping the fence and walking off school grounds around 11:45 a.m. The boy walked into an apartment complex behind the school and emerged about “ve minutes later, climbing over the fence onto school grounds. He then threw a rock at the school building and picked up a second rock, which he threw at a school van, shattering the side window. The school resource of“cer attempted to make the boy stop, but he would not listen, according to the arrest report. Due to prior knowledge of the juveniles violence, the of“cer called for backup. Two additional deputies helped detain the boy, who tried to tackle one of“cer and kicked all three. Once handcuffed, he kicked a patrol car, making a dent in the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce Ford SUV. Once inside the vehicle, the boy kicked the rear door window several times, until deputies decided to move him into a car with barred windows. In the second vehicle, he maneuvered his handcuffs in front of him and ripped off the door handle. Deputies decided to hobble the boy in order to avoid further damage. Once secure, he was transported to the Charlotte County Jail without incident. He was charged with three counts of criminal mischief under $200, three counts of battery on a law enforcement of“cer and resisting an of“cer with violence. He was later released to the Department of Juvenile Justice.CCSO: Man arrested after false police reportPORT CHARLOTTE „ After calling in a false burglary, a Port Charlotte man was arrested Thursday for stealing his disabled mothers medication, the Charlotte County Sheriffs Of“ce reported. Michael George Wagstaff, 24, reported a residential burglary on May 14 around 6 p.m. Wagstaff claimed he left the house with his stepfather around 4:30 p.m., and upon return, he noticed the dresser drawer where his mothers medication is kept was open and a bottle was missing. Wagstaff told a deputy someone must have entered through an unsecured rear lanai door and taken the medication. While the deputy was canvassing the neighborhood, Wagstaff said he found the missing bottle under debris in the backyard. Along with the missing bottle, there was an additional half-full bottle. Wagstaff said he was an addict in the past, but the medication is a benzo and not his drug of choice. The deputy told Wagstaff that a Computerized Voice Stress Analysis (CVSA) would be required since a controlled substance was taken. On Thursday, Wagstaff came to the Charlotte County Sheriffs District III Of“ce with his mother and stepfather for the CVSA. In the waiting room, Wagstaffs stepfather said his wife is 100 percent disabled and unable to speak due to a severe stroke and heart attack. She suffers from epilepsy and is subject to seizures without her medication. According to Wagstaffs stepfather, she had two mini seizures that day due to stress. The stepfather told deputies he didnt think a burglary had occurred and that he knows Wagstaff is a drug addict. Wagstaff was charged with “ling a false police report, grand theft of a controlled substance, false swearing before a legislative committee and exploitation of an elderly or disabled adult less than $20,000. His bond was $25,000. The Charlotte County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € Sandra Jean Freiburger, 62, 25200 block of Rampart Blvd., Port Charlotte. Charge: violation of condition of pretrial release. Bond: none. € Lauren Penman-Garcia, 30, 1300 block of Kenmore St., Port Charlotte. Charge: battery. Bond: $5,000. € Fortino Saucedo Hernandez, 32, 21300 block of Coulton Ave., Port Charlotte. Charges: operating a motor vehicle without a valid license, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $5,000. € Joshua Ray Toney, 38, of Placida. Charges: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of not more than 20 grams of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond: $10,000. € Mark Anthony Brown, 37, 200 block of South Ravenna St., Nokomis. Charges: grand theft of property more than $300 but less than $5,000. Bond: $10,000. € Brandon Thomas Burdette, 18, of Homosassa, Fla. Charges: violation of probation. Bond: none. € Edward Michael Thornhill, 28, 1900 block of Kentucky Ave., Englewood. Charges: false ID given to law enforcement officer, two underlying charges, violation of probation, and two counts of failure to appear. Bond: $15,000. € Thomas Phillip Woodbury, 57, 7100 block of Mamouth St., Englewood. Charges: violation of probation and failure to comply with registration law. Bond: none. € Daniil Aleksandrov Tkachev, 36, of College Place, Wash. Charges: violation of probation, failure to appear, and underlying charge. Bond: none. € Davida Marie Lockwood, 29, of Bradenton. Charge: violation of probation. Bond: none. € Zachary Eugene Nolen, 21, of Vero Beach. Charge: DUI. Bond: $2,000. € Kevin Walter McDonald, 2000 block of Sparkle Lane, North Port. Charges: disorderly intoxication and misuse of 911 or #911 system. Bond: $4,500. € Carlos Domingo Guzman, 36, of Miami. Charge: knowingly driving while license suspended or revoked. Bond: $2,000. € Deshamonia Vanquec Reaves, 25, of Bradenton. Charge: driving without license revoked habitual offender. Bond: $3,500. The Florida Highway Patrol reported the following arrest: € Daniel Lee Mace, 29, of Tampa. Charge: fugitive from justice. Bond: none. The Sarasota County Sheriffs Office reported the following arrests: € David Andrews, 53, 21100 block of Gladis Ave., Port Charlotte. Charge: contempt of court (original charge: leaving the scene of an accident without giving information). Bond: none. € Andrew Beckman, 40, of Patterson Ave., Osprey. Charge: battery. Bond: $10,000. € Volodymyr Faryna, 41, 8100 block of Lombra Ave., North Port. Charge: probation violation (original charge: battery). Bond: none. € Nicholas Finol, 33, 5300 block of Cromey Road, North Port. Charge: probation violation (original charge: petty theft). Bond: none. € Wilmer Franco, 50, 1600 block of Oketo St., North Port. Charge: cruelty toward a child without great bodily harm. Bond: $25,000. CCSO: 12-year-old rips handle off patrol vehicle 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.ARRESTS | 10

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Our Town Page 8 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 Letters are welcome on virtually any subject, but we do have some rules. Please keep them to less than 250 words. Letters will be edited to length as well as for grammar and spelling. All letters must be signed with full name „ not initials. An address and telephone number must be included. The phone number and address are not for publication, but must be provided. Due to the number of letters received, we are able to run only one letter per person per month. The Letters to the Editor section is designed as a public forum for community discourse, and the opinions and statements made in letters are solely those of the individual writers. The newspaper takes no responsibility for the content of these letters. Please send or bring correspondence to the Sun Letters to the Editor, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980. Readers may email Letters to the Editor at letters@sun-herald.com. Further questions or information, call 941-681-3003. HOW TO SUBMIT A LETTER TO THE EDITOREmail letters to letters@sun-herald.comPublisher „ Robert E. Lee Executive editor „ Jim Gouvellis Editorial page editor „ Stephen Baumann Commentary Editor „ John Hackworth V IEWPOINTItaly does it, why not US? No surprise if wells contaminated US freedoms being eroded I appreciate my newspaper carrier Try common sense, not Charlotte CommonsEditor: If your readers have read both your Monday story about the AHCA pretend replacement for the PPACA and read your Sunday story about the untenable costs arising from these low price, little coverage, affordableŽ insurance plans, they will understand why the costs of health care are skyrocketing. The only cost in health care not regulated is the bill to the patient. Free enterpriseŽ when talking about health care is a total oxymoron. Congress is twisting itself in knots trying to put together and justify a third-rate health plan for the richest nation on the planet. If Italy, with one-tenth of our GDP, can afford to cover all of their citizens with single-payer, zero co-pay health care, then we certainly can afford the same here.John Totten Port CharlotteEditor: My sympathies to the well owner near the Mosaic gypsum stack sinkhole (Gypsum Stack Prison). She cant expect the DEP to protect the region from the devastation that phosphate mining causes. The agency is under the thumb of science denier Rick Scott. The phosphate industry contributed heavily to his campaign. The U.S. Geological Survey author was correct. The leak and future sinkholes were and are inevitable. The tons of radioactive acidic waste are destined to leak through the liner, dissolve the underlying limestone and ”ow through the porous, channeled karst-type aquifer. Impossible to contain. The only things contained were the truth and prompt noti“cation. Plastic-like particles in her well? Of course its contaminated.Sarah Hollenhorst ArcadiaEditor: Our Founding Fathers understood the importance of liberty and freedom and developed a document we call the Constitution that guaranteed us freedoms and a form of government that the world had never seen before and since. A Constitution that separated government into three branches with no one branch having the authority to control the people. A Constitution that had safeguards that would protect the people, if followed, and keep us safe. We now are witnessing our freedoms and democracy under attack by anarchists fueled and funded by various socialist and Marxist groups that believe what has seen our country become the greatest economic and military power in the world through our freedoms is obsolete and all power should be in the hands of government and not the people. Our Founders believed our Editor: We all like to see people in the news who do good things, good customer service or just go beyond the minimum to do a good job. Id like to single out a group that goes about their jobs anonymously and we dont even think much about it. They are the unsung heroes, who make our lives just a bit better. How about the forgotten news carriers? Its a good feeling to see the newspaper delivered there waiting for you every morning. You think nothing of it, but its there. One particular carrier, Thomas Begany, North Port, impressed me with a note left in one of my first papers. In part, I deliver the Sun to you each day. I hope you find it in your driveway. If your newspaper is wet, stolen or gone ƒ Ill bring you another, just call my phone,Ž (He left his Editor: The potential rezoning of land at Peachland Avenue and Veterans Boulevard for the proposed Charlotte Commons projectŽ has disaster written all over it. I have seen it over and over in my lifetime. Public officials unite with developers in their heroic quest to save the entire populace from itself. Neighborhoods are destroyed, but we are assured its for our overall well-being. All the negative consequences to existing homeowners are simply written off as collateral damage. In this case, will the developer purchase at market value the existing homes of those who now want to move? Will the county eliminate all property taxes for those who remain? I doubt it. As for traffic, it will go from bad to worse, but the hypocrites involved do not care because they will not be the ones stuck in it. The developer has stated that he waded into this profit-making venture in a leap of faith.Ž He can take a leap wherever he wants, but he is not entitled to take me or anyone else in the community with him. Instead of the Charlotte Commons proposal, how about some Charlotte common sense? Stop this nonsense and start standing up for our residents instead of against them. I am asking all who care about Charlotte County to stop this huge mistake before it tears our town apart for years to come. Jimmy Fuccillo Port Charlotte OUR VIEW LETTERS TO THE EDITORIts sea turtle time again on the coastOUR POSITION: Protection is our legacy for future generations.Every year since God knows when, the same phenomenal cycle of life has taken place in our backyard. Female sea turtles swim ashore and dig nests in the sand. They deposit dozens of eggs at a time. Some 45-60 days later (depending on sand temperature), the eggs crack open and hatchlings scoot back toward the Gulf. If all goes well „ and odds of survival are greatly against them „ these tiny creatures may embark on a journey of thousands of miles. They hide amid ”oating sea grasses. They ride the Gulf Stream around the Florida peninsula and across the Atlantic Ocean to warm waters off Africa. If all goes well „ and the odds are long against them „ the young sea turtles will mature. They will swim the Atlantic, the Caribbean and the Gulf of Mexico. And, perhaps some 25-30 years after leaving our shores, sexually mature females will return. (The males wont.) It is their instinct to come back to home-area beaches from God (and marine biologists who track them) knows where. Up onto the sand they will come to dig nests and lay eggs. Then off theyll crawl and swim again. They will rest and repeat during the six-month season. Then swim off again. Then repeat during what may be a 100-year-lifespan. Hard to fathom the wondrous complexity of nature. But we can do our part to help ensue it will continue. Floridas of“cial sea turtle season began May 1. It will last until Oct. 31. During that span, sea turtles will dig thousands of nest on the beaches of Charlotte and Sarasota counties. The numbers here are extraordinary. Last year, more than 4,500 nests were built in Sarasota; nearly 1,700 in Charlotte. That was a record high. And, to a degree, those strong numbers indicate the vitality of a population that hatched some 25-plus years ago. As a news story by Sun staff writer Steve Reilly noted recently, the healthy numbers now may be attributable to the era when stronger turtle-protection laws were established. Not to draw too strong a conclusion from the data, but its safe to bet we are experiencing the rewards of decades of environmental stewardship. Healthier populations in decades to come is the payoff for thoughtful protection now. Some credit goes to the turtle people,Ž the hundreds of volunteers with the Coastal Wildlife Club and Mote Marine Laboratory who patrol our beaches. Volunteers walk the beaches in the morning, stake off freshly built nests, mark log entries and return daily to keep track and protect the nests as best as they can. They are invaluable. Credit also to the environmental regulations we have imposed upon ourselves. Loggerhead sea turtles „ by far the most prevalent species here „ are considered threatened species under federal and state law. Local ordinances aim to keep them safe. Remember that nesting loggerheads and other sea turtles can become disoriented by hardened shorelines, bright lights or furniture left on the beach. When nests are disturbed by people or dogs, the chance of turtle survival decreases significantly. Coastal property owners, business owners and beachgoers play a major role. So follow these rules: € Do not disturb nests. € If you see a turtle nesting, steer clear and observe from a safe distance. Dont use a camera flash or make loud noises. € Shield lights that may be visible from the beach. € If you live on the beach or visit a hotel, draw the shades after dark. € Dont set off fireworks. € If youve dug a hole or built a sand castle in the afternoon, fill it in before nightfall. € Remove beach furniture at night. Minimize hazards. € Dont let dogs run on the beaches. As the season began this month, the first two nests were reported on Manasota Key „ one of them was disturbed by coyotes. Which just reinforces the reality: Its a jungle out there. So help these creatures out as best as you can. Follow the rules. Show respect for a rare natural cycle were fortunate enough to experience. And in 30 years, who knows? freedoms came from God and not government. However, today we see where government is gradually becoming all the more powerful and our civil liberties under attack. This has gradually been happening for over 100 years through our elected representatives, many who sat in the Oval Of“ce. When government uses agencies to spy on the people, investigate their political opposition and indirectly encourage attacks on law enforcement, we are witnessing our freedoms being eroded and government becoming more powerful contrary to our Constitution. We now fully understand what the fundamental transformation of our country that Obama and his Marxist friends have been pursuing to this day. Silent the opposition using violent demonstrations, the compliant news media and government.Robert McGuire North Portphone number). Kudos to Thomas and all the unsung heroes who deliver your paper. Its encouraging to see excellent customer service and professional attention to details, these days. He is truly a dedicated person and one who is fully appreciated.Don Brown North Port

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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com E/N/C Our Town Page 9 Two women, ahead of their time At a time when, in rural India, it was considered a wasteŽ to educate women, it was an extraordinary act of prescience and faith for my maternal grandmother (who was not educated in the conventional sense), to decide to send her “ve girls to boarding school in the big cityŽ of Madras. Her community was vocal in its opposition to this absurd idea of educating girls, saying that they would be corrupted by city waysŽ and would never “nd good husbands. I so wish I could ask Grandma what it was that made her buck the system and go against communal norms to do what she did, which has subsequently so transformed the lives of her descendants „ just through that one decision to educate her kids. Every one of her numerous grandchildren are college graduates and successful professionals in our chosen “elds and productive members of society. After an arranged marriage, my parents emigrated to Singapore, where my mother chose to be a homemaker devoting her time and energy to raising her children. With both parents as educators, studies and homework were always a priority. I was convent-educated and am the recipient, I do believe, of a world-class education, thanks to the nuns. Looking back, I realize I was also blessed with a dualŽ education. While enjoying the poetry and prose of Milton, Shelley and Shakespeare in school, at home my mother taught me Tamil, my mother tongue. I can read, write and speak ”uent Tamil. She enrolled me in ballet and tap dance, while also making me learn classical Indian dance. She made sure I learned to play the piano, while insisting I also learned the Veena (a stringed instrument). We were Christians, but had neighbors with a variety of religions „ Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Buddhists and even an atheist couple thrown in. My mother knew all the holy days of the different religions and used to make us kids take trays of sweets, ”owers and fruits to the various neighbors much to our irritation. I am certain that is where we kids, from an early age, absorbed the lessons of religious tolerance. My mother is long gone, but her memories linger on in gratitude for a lifetime of loving and nurturing. Thank you, Ma and Grandma. I, too, gave you a precious gift, Ma. As your “rst born, it was I who made you a mother. Sushila Cherian is a Punta Gorda resident.VIEWPOINTOne of my all-time heroes is Winston Churchill. Hes widely credited with having said, A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get its pants on.Ž In the digital age, this phenomenon, which once took days or weeks, now takes mere hours or minutes. To know this is true we only need to look at the hyperbole and hysterics coming from the special interests and their allies in the news media surrounding the passage of the Florida legislative budget. If you can believe it, one newspaper even argued that Gov. Scott should veto the budget because it offered kids in failing schools hope, and because voters shouldnt be able to choose another $25,000 homestead exemption on their property taxes. I wish I were joking, but Im not. But rather than indulge in the same scare tactics employed by some opponents, Id like to just tell you exactly what the budget does and doesnt do. None of what Im about to tell you is half true or somewhat true „ its all completely true. First, this budget was subject to the most open, transparent and transformational budget rules in history. No more secret projects at the last minute, no more stuf“ng university budgets with pork, and no more tricks to hide future spending. And contrary to media hysterics, virtually every bill included in the budget negotiations was introduced, vetted, debated and even voted on in committee for weeks or months prior to the budget. Second, this budget refuses to mortgage our childrens future. This year we were faced with billion-dollar-plus shortfalls in the next two years. Due to our “scal responsibility, we turned those billion-dollar budget shortfalls into billion-dollar-plus surpluses. We also set aside another $3.2 billion in reserves, and we did it all without raising taxes. Third, not only did we protect the future without raising taxes, we actually cut taxes. We added another $25,000 homestead exemption on the ballot in 2018, and we saved homeowners over $500 million in property tax increases that some in Tallahassee wanted to use to pay for more pork. Fourth, this budget puts a record amount of money „ $24 billion „ into K-12 education. In addition, all highly effective teachers will get a $1,200 bonus and effective teachers will get an $800 bonus. And the very best and brightest teachers will get a $6,000 bonus. And yes, children in the 115 failure-factory schools will get the opportunity to attend a new school, in the same neighborhood, with a proven track record of giving kids a hope and a future. Fifth, this budget eliminated hundreds of millions of dollars in member pork-barrel spending, and I personally encourage the governor to go forth and veto additional pork projects he feels waste taxpayer money. Sixth, this budget rightsizes Visit Florida to $25 million and places strict accountability requirements on an agency that threw away tens of millions of your taxpayer dollars and even contracted to advertise to visitors in Syria. Yes, you read that right: Syria. This budget also eliminates corporate welfare and bureaucrats unfairly picking winners and losers. No more Enterprise Florida board members, who pay $50,000 for those seats, handing out your money to their friends or multibillion-dollar corporations getting taxpayer handouts to compete with your local businesses. This years budget does this and so much more. From funding to clear out the backlog of sexual assault testing kits to fully funding the KidCare program, to making feminine hygiene products tax exempt, this budget is tough on waste, generous to our kids and prioritizes real people. For some, however, this wasnt enough. It is this exact same logic and thinking that has put this country $20 trillion in debt and enriched insider elites at the expense of the hardworking, playby-the-rules majority of we the people. Well, we have news for them: Not anymore. Not with your money. And not on my watch. Rep. Richard Corcoran, R-Land O Lakes, is the speaker of the Florida House of Representatives. This column moved on the FloridaPolitics.com website.Dont believe hysterics from budget critics Guest ColumnRep. Richard Corcoran We need only turn on the news or look out the door to see how dry it is. We are in a rainfall deficit. Yes, weve had some sprinkles and the occasional soaking rain, but there is much less rainfall in our system today than is usual. And, this is the normal dry season, but it is unusually dry. When its dry like this some people want to irrigate every day to keep their landscapes lush. That puts additional strain on our water resources. Ours is a demandŽ system. That means you turn on the faucet; you turn on the sprinklers and demandŽ the water and it flows through the system from where it is to where its needed. But just because the water flows, doesnt mean our system isnt strained or doesnt have its limits. Or, that it isnt needed right where it is in the environment. That said, we ask you to be mindful of your water use. At the same time, its important for you to know that over the years, the member governments of the Peace River Manasota Regional Water Supply Authority have collaborated and invested to ensure that we have water security. Sarasota, Manatee, Charlotte and DeSoto counties have collaborated, planned, invested and connected so that all of our communities have the water they need. But, can we have our water and use it, too? Yes, we can, but we must continually be mindful that water is a limited resource, that while we have secured water, its a shared resource. We have to be mindful that we cannot predict the weather and our system is still rainfall dependent. So, when its not raining, when we think we need the water most, thats when we must conserve. We are blessed because we have planned and invested. But many of us remember days when we would count down the number of days we had left before our system was tapped out. Some of us can remember before our communities were interconnected, where the alternatives were ƒ just not there. We have enough water to get us through an extraordinarily dry season and we can supply one another with our interconnections. Better still, we dont use all the water we can collect and treat each day. It gives us a cushion. We cant control the weather, but we can conserve our resources. Water doesnt come with an owners manual, but as precious as it is, it should. Whether its raining or whether its not, we must be mindful of the water we use even as we appreciate the water we have. We save our water, not for a rainy day, but for the days it is not raining. Then, especially on those days, we save our water even while we use it. 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Our Town Page 10 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com To view todays legal notices and more visit, www.oridapublicnotices.com 3000 NOTICES 3112 FICTITIOUS NAME 0 5/1 9 / 20 17 NEEDCASH? Notice Under Fictitious Name Law Pursuant to Section 865.09, Florida Statutes NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, desiring to engage in business under the fictitious name of Truck Camper Magazine located at 13435 S. McCall Rd #16, Suite 422 in the County of Charlotte in the City of Port Char lotte Florida 33981 in tends to register the said name with the Division of Corporations of the Florida Department of State, Tallahassee, Florida. Dated at Port Charlotte Florida, this 17th day of May 2017 Truck Camper Magazine Publish: May 19, 2017 110833 3455800 3116 NOTICE OF ACTION IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN A ND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CASE NO.: 08-2016-CA-001585 PENNYMAC LOAN SERVICES, LLC; Plaintiff, vs. UNKNOWN HEIRS, BENEFICIARIES, DEVISEES, ASSIGNEES, LIENORS, CREDITORS, TRUSTEES A ND ALL OTHERS WHO MAY C LAIM AN INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF HOLGER FAHRENHOLZ, D ECEASED; ANY AND ALL UNKNOWN PARTIES CLAIMING BY, THROUGH, UNDER AND AGAINST THE HEREIN NAMED INDIVIDUA L DEFENDANT(S) WHO ARE NOT KNOWN TO BE DEAD OR ALIVE, WHETHER SAID UNKNOWN PART IES MAY CLAIM AN INTEREST AS S POUSES, HEIRS, DEVISEES, GRANTEES, OR OTHER C LAIMANTS; MARLENE WHITFIELD; UNKNOWN TENANT #1 IN POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY; UNKNOWN TENANT #2 IN POSSESSION OF THE PROPERTY; Defendants NOTICE OF ACTION To the following Defendant(s): MARK J. FAHRENHOLZ Last Known Address 4129 ROSEDOWN CT. N W KENNESAW GA, 30114 YOU ARE NOTIFIED that an action for Foreclosure of Mortgage on the following described property: LOT 10, BLOCK 456, PORT CHAR LOTTE SUBDIVISION, SECTION 1 8, ACCORDING TO THE PLAT T HEREOF, AS RECORDED IN PLAT BOOK 5, PAGES 8-A THRU 8-E, OF T HE PUBLIC RECORDS OF CHAR LOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA. a/k/a 2282 LEE TERRAC E PORT CHARLOTTE, FL 33952 has been filed against you and you are required to serve a copy of your written defenses, if any, to it, on Marinosci Law Group, P.C., At torney for Plaintiff, whose address is 100 W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 1045, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33309 on or before 06/02/2017 a date which is within thirty (30) days after the first publication of this Notice in the SUN HERALD file the original with the Clerk of this Court either before service on Plaintiff's attorney or immediately thereafter; oth erwise a default will be entered against you for the relief demand in the complaint. This notice is provided pursuant to Administrative Order No. 2.065. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT, If you are a person with a dis ability who needs an accommoda tion in order to access court facilities or participate in a court proceeding, you are entitled, at no cost to you, to the provision of certain assistance. To request such an accommodation, please contact Court Administration in adv ance of the date the service is needed: Court Administration, 125 E. Orange Ave., Ste. 300, Daytona Beach, FL 32114; (386) 257-6096. Hearing or voice impaired, please call 1 (800) 9558770. W ITNESS my hand and the seal of this Court this 28th day of April 2017 Roger D. Eaton A s Clerk of the Court By J Kern Deputy Clerk Marinosci Law Group, P.C. 100 W. Cypress Creek Road, Suite 1045 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33309 Telephone: (954) 644-8704 Telefacsimile: (954) 772-9601 Publish: May 12, 19, 2017 322095 3453565 3119 NOTICE OF AUCTION N ot i ce i s h ere b y g i ven t h at E xtra Space Storage will sell at public auction at the storage facility listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, at public sale by com petitive bidding on 6/7/2017 at 2:00 PM at the Extra Space Stor age facility located at: 17960 Paulson Drive, Port Charlotte, FL 33954 941.764.4085 Craig Meeker Unit #533 Furniture and Boxes Bernice Masker Units #419 Boxes and furniture Cisco Cruz Unit #145 New tires Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to com plete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes posses sion of the personal property. Publish: May 19, 26, 130345 3454402 N ot i ce i s h ere b y g i ven t h at E xtra Space Storage will sell at public auction, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property belonging to those individuals listed below at location indicated: 23215 Harborview Road, Punta Gorda, FL, 33980 (941) 6242962, 06/07/2017 at 11:00 A M. Jessie Willis Unit 54 Household & holiday items Roland Gilmore Unit 258 Household items & contractor supplies Kenneth Grace Unit 425 Tools & household items Christopher Watson Unit 454 Household items & electronics Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to com plete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes posses sion of the personal property. Publish: May 19, 26, 2017 111034 3452849 N ot i ce o f S a l e / A uct i on Time of Sale: 10:00 am Location of Sale: 11139 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda, FL 33955 Date of Sale: JUNE 06, 2017 V IN # / HIN# Y EAR MAKE MODEL COLOR 2G1WL52M0T9111018 96 CHEVLUMINA WHITE JS2RA62S465305637 06 SUZUAERIO BLUE 3G4AG55M1RS603274 94 BUIC CENTURY MAROON 1GNDT13S232211423 03 CHEV TRAILBLAZER BLACK 1GBKP37W9J3308417 88 CHEVP30 WHITE Publish: May 19, 2017 103614 3455360 N O TI C E I S HEREBY G IVEN that American Value Self Storage intends to sell the personal property described below to enforce a lien imposed on said property under The Florida Self Storage Facility A ct Statutes (Section 83.801 8 3.809). The undersigned will sell at public sale by competitive bid d ing on May 27, 2017 and 1 1:00am at American Value Self Storage 23227 Freedom Ave. Port Charlotte, FL 33980: Donald Tarman411 Pamela Farr2C04 Harry Beatty317 Harry Beatty321 Scott Kennedy401 Linda Stillwagon516 A lice Sheets204 Publish: May 12, 19, 2017 384336 3453442 3120 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA PROBATE DIVISION IN RE: THE ESTATE OF: LOUIE B. WILSON, Deceased. File No.: 17-370 -CP NOTICE TO CREDITORS The administration of the estate of LOUIE B. WILSON deceased, whose date of death was March 17, 2017 is pending in the Circuit Court for Charlotte County, Florida, Probate Division, the ad dress of which is Post Office Box 1687, Punta Gorda, Florida. The names and the addresses of the personal representatives attorne y are set forth below. All creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or de mands against decedents estate on whom a copy of this notice is required to be served must file their claims with the with this Court WITHIN THE LATER OF THREE MONTHS AFTER THE TIME OF THE FIRST PUBLICA TION OF THIS NOTICE OR 30 DAYS AFTER THE DATE OF SERVICE OF A COPY OF THIS NOTICE ON THEM. All other creditors of the decedent and other persons having claims or demands against decedents estate must file their claims with this Court WITHIN THREE MONTHS AFTER THE DATE OF THE FIRST PUBLICATION OF THIS NOTICE. ALL CLAIMS NOT SO FILED WITHINTHETIMEPERIODSSET 3120 NOTICE TO CREDITORS WITHIN THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH IN FLORIDA STATUTES WILL BE FOREVER BARRED. NOTWITHSTANDING THE TIME PERIODS SET FORTH ABOVE, ANY CLAIM FILED TWO (2) YEARS OR MORE AFTER THE DECEDENTS DATE OF DEATH IS BARRED. The date of first publication o f this notice is May 19, 2017 Attorney for Personal Representative JOHN L. POLK Polk Law Firm, P.A. Post Office Box 511221 Punta Gorda, Florida 33951-1221 Telephone: (941) 639-1606 E-Mail: j ohnlesliepolk@hotmail.com Florida Bar No. 220515 Attorney for Personal Representa tive Personal Representative RICHARD L. WILSON 2925 Jasmine Street Titusville, FL 32796 Publish: May 19, 26, 2017 101395 3455241 3122 NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE IN THE C IR C UIT CO URT O F THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY GENERAL JURISDICTION DIVISION CASE NO. 10-000030-CA PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIA TION, Plaintiff, vs. DARLENE GARDNER, et. al., Defendants. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to a Summary Final Judgment of Foreclosure entered July 12, 2010 in Civil Case No. 10000030-CA of the Circuit Court of t he TWENTIETH Judicial Circuit in a nd for Charlotte County, Punta G orda, Florida, wherein PNC BANK, NATIONAL ASSOCIATION is P laintiff and DARLENE GARDNER, et. al, are Defendants, the Clerk of Court will sell to the highest and best bidder for cash at www,char lotte.realforeclose.com at 11:00 AM in accordance with Chapter 45, Florida Statutes on the 31st day of May, 2017 at 11:00 AM on the following described property as set forth in said Summary Final Judgment, to-wit: Lots 15 and 16, Block 1160, Port Charlotte Subdivision, Section 30, a subdivision, according to the plat thereof, recorded in Plat Book 5, Pages 23A through 23F, inclusive, of the Public Records o f Charlotte County, Florida: 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 Dated this 5th day of May ,2017. Deputy Clerk CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT As Clerk of the Court BY: Sara Martella MCCALLA RAYMER LEIBERT P IERCE, LLC 110 SE 6th Street, Suite 2400 Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 f laccountspayable@mccallaraytner.com Counsel of Plaintiff If you are a person with a disability who needs any accommodation in order to participate in this proceeding, y ou are entitled, at no cost to y ou, to the provision of certain assistance. Please contact Jon Embury, Administrative Services Manager, whose office is located at 350 E. Marion Avenue, Punta Gorda, Florida 33950, and whose telephone number is (941) 637-2110, at least 7 days before your scheduled court appearance, or immediately upon receiving t his notification if the time bef ore the scheduled appearance is less than 7 days; if you are hearing or voice impaired, call 711. Publish: May 12, 19, 2017 396075 3453474 CLASSIFIED WORKS! 3130 NOTICE OF SALE N ot i ce i s h ere b y g i ven t h at E xtra Space Storage will sell at public auction at the storage facility listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, personal property de scribed below belonging to those individuals listed below at location indicated: 902 Taylor St., Punta Gorda, FL 33950, (941)626-9600 on 6/7/2017 at 9:30 AM Patricia Dejoy, Unit #500 2 night tables, 2 head boards, small couch, love seat Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to com plete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes posses sion of the personal property. Publish: May 19, 26, 2017 327454 3454600 3130 NOTICE OF SALE N O TI C E O F LIEN S ALE Extra Space Storage 2080 Tamiami Trail Port Charlotte, FL 33948 (941) 625-3597 Notice is hereby given that Extra Space Storage will sell at live pub lic auction At the storage facility listed below, to satisfy the lien of the owner, at public sale by competitive bidding on Wednesday June 7, 2017 a t 12:30 PM at the Extra Space Storage facility located at: 2080 Tamiami Trail, Port Charlotte, FL 33948 80 Michael Aprile household items, clothes, bicycle 658 Michael King decorations, totes, household items Purchases must be made with cash only and paid at the above referenced facility in order to com plete the transaction. Extra Space Storage may refuse any bid and may rescind any purchase up until the winning bidder takes posses sion of the personal property. Publish: May 19, 26, 2017 327465 3454743 IN THE CO UNTY CO URT O F THE TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY, FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION SECTION 23 PROPERTY OWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida corporation, Plaintiff, v. GARY STEPHENSON and JACQUI STEPHENSON, Defendants. Case No. 15-782-CC THIRD AMENDED NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT TO CHAPTER 45 NOTICE is given that pursuant to the Amended Order Rescheduling Foreclosure Sale dated May 15 2017 in Case No. 15-782-CC in the County Court of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit in and for Charlotte County, Florida in which SECTION 23 PROPERT Y OWNER'S ASSOCIATION, INC. is Plaintiff and GARY STEPHENSON and JACQUI STEPHENSON are the Defendants, I WILL SELL to the highest and best bidder for cash at www.char lotte.realforeclose.com on June 9 2017 at 11 a.m., the following described property set forth in the Final Judgment of Foreclosure and Damages: Lot 6, Block 641, PUNTA GORDA ISLES, Section 23, according tot he plat thereof, as recorded in Plat Book 12, Pages 2A thru 2-Z-41 of the public records of Charlotte County, Florida. Dated: May 16 2017. ROGER D. EATON Clerk of the Court By: Sara Martella Publish: May 19, 26, 2017 123715 3455582 N ot i ce o f S a l e U-Store of Rotonda In Accordance with Florida Statutes 83.801 to 83.809, These units will be sold to The highest bidder on Friday 06-09-2017 at 10:00 A.M. 122 A CARSON LAWRENCE CHRISTY CARRICK 122 F CARSON LAWRENCE CHRISTY CARRICK All interested paarties must register at the Office. Terms of the sale: Cash. A $50 Deposit is re quired for each unit. TheDeposit will be refunded when all contents Are removed from the facility. Con tents subject to redemption. U-Store of Rotonda, 3545 Kendall Rd. Rotonda, Fl. 33947. PH. 698 9410 Publish: May 19, 27, 2017 113796 3452952 PUT CLASSIFIEDS TOWORK FORYOU!FINDAJOB! BUYAHOME! BUYACAR! LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ North Port High Schools juniors and seniors will be swept into their own fairy tale during this years prom. The 2017 prom theme is Tale as Old as TimeŽ and will be held Saturday at the Venice Community Center, 326 Nokomis Ave. S. Venice, though work for the event has been going on for more than a month. Sarah Gentry, the Student Government adviser at North Port High, is in charge of all things prom. She said the student body had voted in either December or January for the theme. After the theme was decided, it has been all hands on deck with the prom committee. The committee works to create not only decorations, organizing the event, but making sure the evening goes as planned. We work with other (school) groups to make them feel included,Ž Gentry said. Those groups include the underclassmen, as well as clubs like the thespians and stage tech union, the art club among others. In addition to helping create the decorations, and deciding on the theme the freshman help with the setup. We usually set up a couple days before, were there 10 hours,Ž she said. Many freshmen help with setup and Gentry describes it as kind of a rite of passage for the group. Rules for prom are as the same as last years, and while students can bring a high school-age date, they cannot bring anyone older than 21 to the dance. The same rules apply for the dresses and both guys and girls should be dressed tastefully. We stress it is a formal event and the kids have been good about it,Ž she said. This years prom ticket cost is $65, which includes the DJ, fun/themebased photo booth with free photos, professional 5 inch by 7 inch portrait, a gift, hors doeuvres, drinks and dancing. All of the funds to put on prom come from fundraising, and through the student store where they sell senior apparel. In addition to the fundraising and student store, the money is raised through the ticket sales. We do a lot of work in-house,Ž Gentry said. Some of that in-house work also includes helping students who may not be able to attend prom, by providing a way to pay for prom and evening wear. Gentry has already taken a group of girls to the clothing closet at Suncoast Technical College and 40 out of the 52 girls who went the closet got something, according to her. The closet at STC not only has dresses, but shoes and accessories as well. In addition to the visit to the closet, the school also receives donations from staff and community members. Charlotte Bridal is (also) giving a donation,Ž she said. Gentry said any students who are needbased will receive tuxedos and dresses. Gentry works with teachers and guidance counselors to identify which student may need help to ensure they attend. We never want a student to feel left out,Ž Gentry said. Email: aherrera@sun-herald.comNorth Port High School goes to prom By ALEXANDRA HERRERA STAFF WRITER COMMUNITY NEWS BRIEFCasting Call announcedLocal community agencies are working with Keith M. Tracy, an independent “lmmaker with The Other West Coast Motion Media Productions LLC, to try and inform, educate, and entertain our communitys parents and children on several hot topicsŽ affecting youth in our community: € Texting and driving; € Teen suicide; € Teen drug abuse; € Bullying. The series will be four one-hour programs shown on CCTV. A casting call for volunteer actors (men, women, teenagers, kids and extras) will be held from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. today and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday at the MidCounty Regional Library, 2050 Forrest Nelson Blvd., Port Charlotte. Volunteer crew positions are also available and no experience is necessary. For more information, call 941-623-1090 or email Elizabeth.Billings@ CharlotteCountyFl.ogov. € Wyatt Hall, 24, 1700 block of Music Lane, North Port. Charges: three counts of using an ID of a person without their consent. Bond: $4,500. € Tomas Kopecky, 37, 1100 block of Poinciana Road, Venice. Charges: DUI and driving with a suspended license. Bond: $620. € Zackary Lawton, 26, 3900 block of Hialeah Road, Venice. Charges: possession of cocaine, possession of methamphetamines, possession of a controlled substance without a prescription and possession or use of narcotics equipment. Bond: $5,000. € James Leighton, 31, 100 block of S Jessica St., Nokomis. Charge: battery. Bond: $10,000. € Jaime Proffitt, 37, 3000 block of Arrowhead Road, Venice. Charge: driving with a suspended license. Bond: none. € Joe Urias, 43, 510 block of Cypress Ave., North Port. Charges: aggravated battery and obstructing justice by tampering in felony proceedings. Bond: none. € Jeffrey Wilson, 38, 6600 block of Hornbuckle Blvd., North Port. Charges: aggravated assault with a deadly weapon without the intent to kill and weapon offense by missile in a dwelling. Bond: none. € Jeremy McDermott, 40, 620 block of Old Englewood Road, Englewood. Charge: Charlotte County issued warrant for violation of probation (original charge: possession of a controlled substance without a prescription). Bond: none. The North Port Police Department reported the following arrest: € Pedro Curet, 33, 2100 block of Lilly Road, Fort Myers. Charge: battery. Bond: none. „ Compiled by Anne Easker and Lauren CoffeyARRESTSFROM PAGE 7

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Our Town Page 12 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 LOCAL SPORTS PREP BASEBALL: Lemon Bay 13, Lake Placid 0Two-out lightning for Lemon BayENGLEWOOD „ Two outs and no runners on base usually signals the end of an inning is near. But in Wednesday nights Region 5A-3 semi“nal, it was just the beginning of an offensive explosion for Lemon Bay. The Manta Rays scored 11 runs „ all with two outs „ in the second inning on the way to defeating Lake Placid 13-0 in “ve innings at Jack Lewellyn Field to advance to their “rst region “nal since 2000. The Region 5A-3 championship will be Tuesday at Lemon Bay, where the Manta Rays will host Hardee to try and earn their “rst trip to the state semi“nals in program history. Lemon Bay was eager to “nally play after a 13day layoff. Jacob Treece and Matt Molinari each drove in three runs, while Warnner Rincones and Cole Dukes both batted in two more. Pitcher Trey Fields, who no-hit Lake Placid in the District 5A-12 championship, threw another complete game and struck out six while giving up only two hits. The layoff didnt hurt us. We used it as an advantage because the boys came out as ready as they could possibly be to play this game tonight and they were pumped up,Ž Lemon Bay coach Casey Hanrahan said after his teams fourth victory over Lake Placid this season. They were con“dent and I couldnt be more proud of our program and everyone involved. Its amazing. Its just a great atmosphere around here and I just want to keep it going for as a long as possible for everyone involved.Ž Lake Placid went through four pitchers in the second inning while Lemon Bay went through 16 batters, taking advantage of eight hits, three walks and three hit batters. Starting pitcher Sam Callahan let Chace Schork score the “rst run of the night on a double steal home. Callahan later exited when he loaded the bases with two outs after surrendering an RBI single to Rincones and an RBI double to Treece. Cody Jolley took over for Callahan down 3-0 but lasted only six pitches. He walked one batter on four pitches to bring home another run and watched another runner score on a passed ball to put Lemon Bay up 5-0. It was then Wes Clarks turn on the mound but he also failed to record an out. Clark loaded the bases again with a walk and Molinari made him pay with a bases-clearing triple in the pouring rain to extend Lemon Bays lead to 8-0. That inning was crazy,Ž said Molinari, who went 2-for-2. I think it was raining the hardest when I was up to bat. I told the umpire, I think that we should call it here. Its raining too hard to swing, but it worked out. The rain was coming off my helmet and sparkling everywhere, but it was “ne.Ž Molinari was originally set to bat “fth in Tuesdays lineup before the game was postponed due to poor conditions from rain. He was dropped to seventh in the order on Wednesday, providing the senior catcher with some extra motivation. I think they think the pitchers are going to throw more consistent to the lower part of the order, which gave me an advantage,Ž Molinari said. They didnt throw the crazy stuff to the lower batters trying to get outs.Ž Molinaris triple didnt end Clarks night, but Dukes soon would. After Clark walked Flynn Stewart, Dukes delivered a double to score both runners for a 10-0 lead. J.J. Huergo replaced Clark and gave up an RBI single to Rincones before “nally getting Treece to ”y out to end the onslaught. It just starts with a little bit of momentum,Ž Hanrahan said. The “rst inning we hit the ball hard but it was right to people. In the second inning, we had a hit batter or something to get the ball rolling and we just fed off of it and continued going through rain and everything.Ž Lemon Bay scored two more runs off Huergo in the fourth on a double by Treece. Up next for the Manta Rays is a matchup with Hardee, a familiar foe that was in Lemon Bays district two years ago. Hardee (23-7) defeated Avon Park 4-1 in the other semifinal, scoring all its runs in the sixth inning. The ride to the region “nals has been a wild one for the Manta Rays, who received a forfeit by Dunbar in the district semi“nals to earn a berth into regionals and later a bye into the region semi“nals when Bayshore vacated its spot because it used an ineligible player. These boys have done some unbelievable things this year coming back from a 1-6 start, trying to “gure out who we were, “nally pulling it together and now it feels like we have a lot of momentum,Ž Hanrahan said.Contact Kroeger at 941-206-1175 or email jkroeger@sun-herald.com. LEMON BAY 13, LAKE PLACID 0Lake Placid 000 00 „ 0 2 1 Lemon Bay 0(11)0 2x „ 13 10 0 WP: Trey Fields. LP: Sam Callahan. Leading hitters : (LB) Matt Molinari 2-2, 3B, 2 R, 3 RBI; Jacob Treece 2-4, 2 2B, R, 3 RBI; Warnner Rincones 2-3, R, 2 RBI; Cole Dukes 1-2, 2B, R, 2 RBI. Records: Lemon Bay 18-9, Lake Placid 10-15.By JORDAN KROEGERSPORTS WRITERManta Rays score 11 in second inning Matt Molinari follows the ight of his bases-clearing triple that keyed Lemon Bays 11-run second inning. Molinari nished with two hits in two at-bats and scored a pair of runs.SUN PHOTOS BY TIM KERNChace Schork gets Lemon Bay on the board early as he hustles down the third-base line to score the rst run of the Manta Rays 13-0 romp in the region seminal against Lake Placid.Class 5A(All games 7 p.m., Tue.) Region 1 Marianna vs. Bolles Region 2 South Sumter vs. Bishop Moore Region 3 Hardee vs. Lemon Bay Region 4 Monsignor Pace vs. Pompano Beach State Semifinals Region 1 vs. Region 4, 10 a.m., May 31 Region 2 vs. Region 3, 1 p.m., May 31 PORT CHARLOTTE „ Port Charlotte pitcher Matt LePoint will continue his baseball career at the next level. Hell serve his country as well. LePoint signed a national letter of intent Wednesday morning to play college baseball at Army, a Division I school in the Patriot League. As a pitcher for the Pirates, LePoint put together a solid senior season with a 5-2 record a 1.73 earned run average with 83 strikeouts in 71.2 innings. Army coach Jim Foster and his staff expressed their interest in LePoint before his senior season after seeing him pitch in a showcase. Army accepted him about a week and a half ago and LePoint committed instantly, choosing the Black Knights over Belmont Abbey and a few junior and community colleges. They made it very appealing. They said Id be a big help for them,Ž LePoint said. They really need help on their pitching staff and the campus at West Point is absolutely immaculate, so that helped (in my decision) also. They have a program up there already that is similar to my pitching routine already and I think their facilities are really going to bene“t me.Ž Army is 25-31 this season, 10-10 in the Patriot League. LePoint, who was named Sun baseball player of the year as a junior, said signing with a Division I school has been a big goal of his since before high school. The ability the play at the Division I level for me is a dream come true, especially to play at such a prestigious school,Ž LePoint said. Ive wanted to play Division I baseball for the past “ve or six years and it means a lot that all my hard work has paid off in such an enormous way. Following his four years of baseball, LePoint will come out an of“cer and serve four years of mandatory service. Hell then decide whether or not to stay in the military.Contact Kroeger at 941-206-1175 or email jkroeger@sun-herald.comArmy fulfills LePoints D-1 goalBy JORDAN KROEGERSPORTS WRITER COLLEGE SIGNING SUN PHOTO BY JENNIFER BRUNOPort Charlottes Matt LePoint posted a 5-2 record with a 1.73 ERA and 83 strikeouts in 71.2 innings this spring. PREP SCHEDULE TODAYFootball Spring games Charlotte at Palmetto Ridge, 7:30 Port Charlotte at Riverview, 7:30 TUESDAYBaseball Region 5A-3 Championship Hardee (23-7) at Lemon Bay (18-9), 7 p.m. SPORTS CALENDARBASEBALLSenior Men: The South Florida Suns, mens over-50 baseball team, is looking for players. All positions needed. Call 941-456-5229.CAMPSLady Mantas Sports: Lemon Bay High School offers basketball, softball, volleyball, tennis and soccer instruction from 8 a.m.-noon on June 7-9 for girls in grades 3-8. Cost is $60. An optional noon-3 p.m. session is an additional $40. Call 474-7702 ext. 3321 or 3322 or email kim.pinkham@your charlotteschools.net or mike. young@yourcharlotte schools.net for information. Tarpon Middle School Soccer: Charlotte High School offers instruction to youths entering grades 6 through 9 from 8 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. June 19-22 at the Tarpons field. Cost is $75 before June 1 and $90 after. Featured instructor will be Greg Winkler, NSCAA 2012 national coach of the year, along with Charlotte boys coach Alex Lebeau and the Tarpons staff. For information, email gregwinkler10@gmail.com or alex.lebeau@outlook.com.FOOTBALLCharlotte Warriors: The Pop Warner program is accepting registration for players and cheerleaders. Ages 5-14 are eligible. Cost is $200. The program also is seeking coaches. Minimum ages are 21 (head coach), 18 (assistant) and 16 (coach trainee). A letter of intent to the program is required for coaches. Email letters to pjnovo3030@gmail. com for football and llltreen@ yahoo.com for cheering. 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Our Town Page 14 E/N/C www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 LOCAL/REGIONAL NEWSNORTH PORT „ Althea BuddyŽ Hughes celebrates her 90th birthday today, and the city of North Port is highlighting her life. Hughes served as a North Port city commissioner twice; from 1989-1993 and again from 1995-1998. She is still active in city politics and attends local meetings, often adding her viewpoints during public comment periods. Her experiences and opinions are ones she looks back on with laughs. What a life. ... Nobody would ever believe my life. Its crazy. Its a crazy life Ive lived,Ž she said. Today is marked as Althea BuddyŽ Hughes Day in North Port, with the North Port City Commission recently giving her a key to the city. Its a city she has seldom left since she moved here in 1983 „ just two trips to Cocoa Beach on the East Coast in an RV she and her longtime partner owned. Aside from that, shes not departed the region. Hughes has opinions on most topics. She jokes about commissioners considering her, occasionally, a pain in their side. She loves the city, she said. And she adored her time as a commissioner. I loved my job. I loved my job,Ž she iterated. I loved working for the city, even when they (residents) came over at 8 a.m. on a Saturday ... the complaints ... Id get up and go. Id help them. Thats the kind of person I was,Ž she said. After moving here in 1983 with her partner, Olivia OllieŽ Guenin, Hughes became active with the North Port Civic Associate. It was from that platform her political career was launched. She won her seat in 1989, but lost in 1993, in part, she believes, because of her reaction to a proposed $11 million study into ”ooding. I put my elbows on the dais ... $11 million? I said ƒ Wow. Gee. It would be cheaper to buy rowboats. They all laughed because it was funny. But it wasnt funny come election time,Ž she said. She returned to the dais in 1995 but was ousted in a recall in 1998. It crushed her emotionally, she said. I really got framed, stupid things,Ž she said, looking back. She lists off the complaints against her, which she shakes her head at now. Situations were taken out of context; events overblown. But she kept returning. Hughes is a longtime Republican who voted straight ticket in the last election „ except for President Donald Trump. Shes not a fan, she said. Hughes appreciates the help she receives from a variety of residents, including North Port Police Chief Kevin Vespia. She is thrilled the city has a Thanksgiving event for elderly people and is looking forward to a new event this year that will bring the community together for Christmas. I told them Ill be there with rings on my “ngers; bells on my shoes,Ž she said. Born in Brooklyn, she bounced around several boarding schools in the New York City region and even ended up, for a time, in a convent in northern Maine. Maine was a lonely time, she said. Shed sit on a swing and listen to a train whistle in the distance, missing home. As a young woman, she danced in New York City gay clubs, where she met „ and danced with „ Ricardo Montalban and would see other celebrities like Lana Turner and Marilyn Maxwell. She married when she was 23 to a 19-year-old man. It was, she said, a marriage of convenience. It was friendship and love, but both were gay. He died at the age of 28; an autopsy was unable to determine a cause. Her son, Jamie, was given to her when he was about 10 days old. Its another story that can be dif“cult to believe. He was the child of a woman who lived nearby who said she couldnt raise her boy. Hughes raised the child until he was 5, when she tried to put him in school. When it was learned Hughes wasnt his biological mother, authorities had a small investigation tracking down the mother and seeing the situation. Because she lived in a small apartment, she wasnt allowed to take him back, she said. Jamie was sent to an orphanage for “ve years, during which she visited him every weekend. About “ve years later, Hughes bought a home „ and was allowed to raise the boy the next eight years. Jamie Dana, now 66, spent the last week with Hughes. He lives in Mount Laurel, New Jersey, where he just retired. Hes never called her mom; hes always called her Bud, she said. She was a legal secretary for a Park Avenue law “rm for 16 years and spent another seven years at a patent and trademark company in New York City. She was able to type 100 words per minute and remembers carpooling with people, smiling as she recalled seeing a mans “ve daughters running up to him every time they dropped him off. Those girls loved their father,Ž she said, captured in the moment. She and Ollie Guenin became a couple in 1976 and remained so until Guenins death in 2013. She hesitates, slightly, about talking about her sexuality. At her age, she said, she doesnt care much. But she also worries about losing a few people she is close to if they “nd out. But why should I care?Ž she asked. Improvements for North Port are what she still cares about: Better bus services to Port Charlotte; the North Port Senior Center needs help, she said. Shes not a fan of chickens in city limits nor allowing more vehicles parked on peoples property. The city consisted of about 6,000 people when she moved in, as opposed to the approximately 62,000 it has today. Still, her voice is heard at City Commission meetings „ even when they run late. And I agree with the newspaper about its editorial. You are right,Ž she said, referring to a recent Sun editorial questioning City Commission meetings lasting well-past midnight. Whos still there aside from me?Ž Hughes asked. Hughes listed off her medical issues. Her eyesight isnt great; nor her hearing. She has binoculars occasionally to help her watch television. She has books and newspapers nearby and is always reading or watching political news. She had a stroke which robbed her of her ability to type. There are other medical issues as well. Hughes likes to play the lottery now, hoping to win big so she can set up trusts for St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital, the Shriners, veterans, animal and other groups she admires. She looks back at her sometimes crazy life and notes it could have been worse had she made some mistakes early on „ but she didnt. I turned out pretty well,Ž she said. Email: slawson@sun-herald.comBuddy Hughes gets her dayBy SCOTT LAWSONNORTH PORT SUN EDITOR PHOTO PROVIDEDAlthea BuddyŽ Hughes celebrates her 90th birthday today. The former North Port City Commissioner was recently honored with a key to the city, and today has been declared Buddy Hughes Day there. PHOTO PROVIDEDBuddy Hughes, when she was about 19, posing while in Atantic City, New Jersey. Hughes was born in Brooklyn and worked in New York City much of her adult life before moving permanently to North Port in 1983. PHOTO PROVIDEDJamie Dana, 66, left, spends time recently with Buddy Hughes, who raised him most of his life. He is a resident of Mount Laurel, New Jersey. PHOTO PROVIDEDBuddy Hughes and her partner of 36 years, Ollie Guenin, smile in April 1984. They were together from 1976 until Guenins death in 2013. They moved to North Port in 1983 and Hughes won election to the City Commission in 1989. PHOTO PROVIDEDThen-Florida govenor candidate Jeb Bush stands with BuddyHughes while Hughes was campaigning for his election to oce. PHOTO PROVIDED BY JUSTIN WILLISNorth Port City Commissioner Debbie McDonnell, Vice Mayor Vanessa Carusone, Buddy Hughes, Mayor Linda Yates and Commissioner Chris Hanks smile after Buddy Hughes received a key to the city at a recent City Commission meeting. 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05.19.17 USA SNAPSHOTS Giving kids a handSOURCE The Kids In Need Foundation www.kinf.org MICHAEL B. SMITH AND JANET LOEHRKE, USA TODAY The Kids In Need Foundation provided students with school supplies in 2016.5.4 million DAV I D MC N EW, GE TT Y I MAGESW ha t NA F TA t alk s m e an for U .S. I N MO N EY N ew CW d r ama V al or jo in s Dy na sty reboot MARK HILL, CW I N LIFEIts getting so hot that even the trees are heading north. Man-made climate change „ including warmer temperatures and deviations in rainfall patterns „appears to be one of the reasons tree populations in the eastern USA are shiftin g north and, more surprisingly, west, according to new research. The shift could lead to the extinction of certain trees in select forests, the study said. Overall, the changing climate has pushed trees an average of 20 miles north and 25 miles west over the past 30 years. Though the northern shift was expected because of warming temperatures, researchers said the more surprising westward movement could be the result of a change in rainfall patterns. When researchers analyzed the impact of climate change, the y found precipitation had a stronger impact on forests in the short term than temperatures, said lead author Songlin Fei of Purdue University. The eastern USA has gotten warmer over the past few decades, and the Southeast has trended drier. Fei said deciduous trees such as oak and maple primarily move west, and evergreens move north. Trees dont actually move, of course, but where they sprout can change. Saplings can expand into aregion while older growth dies in another, The Atlantic reported. One of the more striking examples is the scarlet oak, which in nearly three decades has moved more than 127 miles northwest from the Appalachians, Fei told the Associated Press. Its population is reduced in the Southeast and more pronounced in the Midwest. Brent Sohngen of Ohio State University, who was not involved in the study, told the AP the “ndings show there is no doubt some signature of climate change.Ž The research, which studied 86 species of trees and was based on data gathered by the U.S. Forest Service, was published in the j ournal Science Advances Shifting climate thins tree cover in EastSome species could go extinct, study says Doyle Rice@usatodayweather USA TODAY WASHINGTONIn a major jolt of support for President Trump, the powerful political network overseen by conservative billionaire Charles Koch is launching a multimillion-dollar campaign to drive Trumps tax plan through Congress. Koch, who viewed Trumps candidacy warily, is racing to build public and congressional support for plans to overhaul the tax code. Trumps one-page tax blueprint, released last month, includes plans to slash the corporate tax rate, reduce taxes for high-income earners and abolish the federal estate tax. The group plans to throw the full weight of the networkŽ behind the campaign, which has the goal of passing a tax overhaul this year, said James Davis, a top ocial in Kochs Freedom Partners Chamber of Commerce. Davis would not disclose a speci“c dollar amount but said the eort would include advertising and mobilizing grass-roots activists. The chaos and controversy engul“ng Trumps White House threaten his legislative agenda on everything from taxes to a plan to rebuild the countrys infrastructure. Network ocials see a window to push the tax plan this year, well in advance of the midterm elections that could risk Republican control of Congress. If you dont do it now, it becomes increasingly dicult,Ž Davis said. The network ranks among the most in”uential players in conservative politics. It has operations in 36 states and its own grass-roots arm and for-pro“t data and marketing branches. About 550 ultra-wealthy donors help “nance the constellation of political and non-pro“t groups associated with Koch and his brother David. Those groups plan to spend $300 million to $400 million on policy and political campaigns before the 2018 elections. Although Koch opposes Trumps travel bans and questions the presidents skepticism of free-trade policies, the head of one the countrys largest industrial conglomerates praised Trump for several actions, including his move to dismantle unnecessaryŽ federal regulations.Koch adds muscle to Trump agendaBillionaires network puts full weight behind eort to get tax overhaul through Congress Fredreka Schouten@fschouten USA TODAY ROBER T DEU T SCH, USA T ODAYCharles Koch was initially cool to Trumps candidacy and still has problems with some of the presidents policies.Th e g roups p lan to spe nd $300 milli o n to $ 4 00 milli o n o n po li cy and po li t i c al c am p aign s. Roger Ailes, who died Thursday, forever changed media and political discourse in America. Ailes, who birthed conservative television news coverage in the mid-1990s by launching Fox News and encouraging the careers of numerous pundits, such as Bill OReilly and Sean Hannity, left Fox News Channel de“antly last July after allegations of sexual harassment at the network. The Palm Beach County, Fla., medical examiner ruled the cause of death was bleeding on the brain brought on by a fall. Ailes legacy at the intersection of media and politics remains historically consequential. Roger played a huge role in shaping Americas media over the last 30 years,Ž said Rupert Murdoch, chairman of 21st Century Fox, who hired Ailes as Fox News “rst CEO. He will be remembered by the many peo-Ailes marked media indeliblyFoxs conservatism dominates airwaves among news networks Mike Snider and Roger YuUSA TODAY v S T ORY CO NT I NU ES O N 2B USA T ODAYRoger Ailes Ti mes Sq uar e wa s t h e sce n e of c ha os Thur s da y wh e n a c ar r o ar e d t h e wr o n g wa y up a o n ewa y st r eet and s la mme d in to d oze n s of p e d est rian s, k illin g a w om an and in j urin g 22 p eo pl e. Th e driv e r R i c hard Roj a s, wa s t ake n in to c u sto d y and teste d fo r al co h o l Th e r e w e r e m ul t ipl e vi ct i ms sc a tte r e d o n t h e g r o und n e ar t h e m ar oo n Ho nda se dan whi c h c a me to r est o n t w o wh ee l s, w e d ge d up a g ain st a li g h t p o le and 3-feet-t all met al bo llard Ž b arri e r s.Wrong-way car wreck traumatizes Times Square ROBER T DEU T SCH, USA T ODAY Comey isnt the “rst FBI director to keep memos on a president THE WIRE

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Page 2 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 PRESIDENTAND PUBLISHERJohn ZidichEDITOR IN CHIEFJoanne LipmanCHIEF REVENUE OFFICERKevin Gentzel 7950 Jones Branch Dr., McLean, Va. 22108, 703-854-3400 Published by Gannett The local edition of USA TODAYis published daily in partnership with Gannett Newspapers Advertising: All advertising published in USA TODAYis subject to the current rate card; copies available from the advertising department. USA TODAYmay in its sole discretion edit, classify, reject or cancel at any time any advertising submitted. National, Regional: 703-854-3400 Reprint permission, copies of articles, glossy reprints: www.GannettReprints.com or call 212-221-9595 USA TODAYis a member of The Associated Press and subscribes to other news services. USA TODAY, its logo and associated graphics are registered trademarks. All rights reserved. USA TODAYis committed to accuracy. To reach us, contact Standards Editor Brent Jones at 800-8727073 or e-mail accuracy@usatoday.com. Please indicate whether youre responding to content online or in the newspaper. Corrections & Clarifications ple on both sides of the camera that he discovered, nurtured and promoted. ... We will always be enormously grateful for the great business he built.Ž In his absence, the future of conservative media is secure, if fundamentally shifting as viewers ”ock to upstart online outlets such as Breitbart, IJR (Independent Journal Review) and The Blaze founded by Fox News alum Glenn Beck, which lean further right and have attracted a legion of followers that helped propel Donald Trump to the White House. Ailes, who began his political career as an adviser to Richard Nixon in 1968, started it all. He really brought the instinct of a political operative to television,Ž said Mark Feldstein, a broadcast journalism professor at the University of Maryland-College Park and a former journalist at NBC. He advised subsequent presidents, including Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. He wasnt perfect, but Roger Ailes was my friend & I loved him. Not sure I would have been President w/o his great talent, loyal help. RIP,Ž tweeted former President George H.W. Bush. Before Fox News, Ailes founded what would become MSNBC while president of CNBC. He helped invent two new kinds of niche programming on cable television that made huge pro“ts and forced the competition to change and respond,Ž Feldstein said. Fox News remains the mostwatched channel on cable TV, despite the heavy punches it has endured in recent months. In the mid-90s, everyone covered the news the same way. He said, We can do news in a dierent way,Ž said Dan Cassino, a professor of political science at Farleigh Dickinson University and author of Fox News & American Politics: How One Channel Shapes American Politics & Society Thats everywhere now. Everyone gets the news their own way.Ž Ailes “rst pitched an idea of creating a conservative news network to Nixon and approached Joseph Coors in the 1970s for “nancing of the idea. It wasnt until he met media mogul Rupert Murdoch that the idea came to fruition in the mid-1990s. In Fox News, Ailes tapped into conservatives resentment toward the fourth estate. Unlike others, he actually did something about it,Ž said Bruce Bartlett, a former political consultant and author of The Truth Matters: A Citizens Guide to Separating Facts from Lies and Stopping Fake News in Its Tracks forthcoming in October. Whats really important in what Ailes did is that he was effective politically and culturally but also enormously pro“table,Ž Bartlett said. This cant be underestimated.Ž Fox News gradually mainstreamed right-wing ideasthat appealed to working-class white Americans. The tactic proved to be enormously successful. Fox generates more than $1 billion in annual pro“t for 21st Century Fox. Ahuge fan of Fox News, Trump channeled much of the networks political messaging and mixed it with populist promises of bringing jobs back. He snatched crucial victories in swing states that had previously voted Democratic. Trump is the perfect Fox spokesman. If he (wasnt) the p resident, hed have his own show,Ž Bartlett said. Fox showed and legitimized a compelling business model for a new generation of conservative media outlets. It spawned a great industry of the conservative media universe thatd include talk radio and websites,Ž Bartlett says. To a large degree, they all sit on the foundation of Fox.Ž Fox News changed how we think of a TV news network, said Kyle Pope, editor in chief of the Columbia Journalism Review He clearly created the partisan rightwing media in America in modern incarnation. And he took it to adierent level.ŽHe also energized a liberal media, including MSNBC. The headline on a Rolling Stone story by Matt Taibbi Thursday looking at Ailes legacy: Roger Ailes Was One of the Worst Americans Ever.Ž Fox Newsis undergoing tumultuous changes brought on by sexual harassment scandals involving Ailes and others, while its parent company, 21st Century Fox, struggles to deal with a growing wave of lawsuits. Two weeks ago, the networks co-president Bill Shine resigned as women came forward with allegations of harassment at Fox News. Upon Shines departure, Murdoch promoted Suzanne Scott and Jay Wallace, who both joined Fox News in 1996, as division heads „ Scott of programming, Wallace of news. Marianne Gambelli was recently named as Fox News president of advertising salesand Amy Listerman as chief “nancial ocer. All this follows the “ring last month of its top talent, Bill OReilly. The New York Times reported that he was the subject of sexual harassment complaints by former female colleagues. Even before that, several key talents, including Megyn Kelly and Greta Van Susteren, jumped ship. Contributing: The Associated PressPioneer passes during time of transition at Fox Newsv CONTINUED FROM 1B JIM COOPER, APFoxs Roger Ailes was a successful „ and controversial „ CEO. Not sure I would have been President w/o his great talent.Ž Atweet from George H.W. BushWASHINGTONPresident Trump on Thursday ”atly denied asking ex-FBI Director James Comey to drop his investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, and described Democratic talk of possible impeachment as totally ridiculous.Ž Revelations that Comey „ whom Trump abruptly “red last week „ kept detailed notes of his past meetings with Trump roiled Washington politics this week. Asked if he, as Comeys memos indicate, did indeed press the former FBI director to stop investigating Flynn, Trump cut o the reporter, saying only: No, no „ next question.Ž One day after the Justice Department appointed a special prosecutor to take over the FBIs investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russia during last years election, the president again denied any improper action, saying there is no collusionŽ between himself, his campaign, and Russia. Trump also curtly dismissed Democratic congressional chatter about the prospect of impeachment for possible obstruction of justice, calling it totally ridiculous „ everybody thinks so.Ž These were Trumps “rst live, televised comments about both reports of the Comey memos and the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel. Even as Trump said I respect the moveŽ to appoint a special counsel for the Russia investigation, he insisted the entire thing has been a witch huntŽ that has served as a distraction for his administrations agenda. We have to get back to running this country really, really well,Ž Trump said at the news conference after meetings with President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia. We have to get back to working our country properly so that we can take care of the problems that we have. We have plenty of problems. Weve done a fantastic job.Ž Mueller and his team will oversee the ongoing FBI probe into possible links between Trump campaign associates „ including Flynn „ and Russians who sought to in”uence the election through hacking and other forms of sabotage to undermine Democrat Hillary Clinton. In the morning, Trump took to Twitter on Thursday to denounce the investigation as the single greatest witch hunt of a politician in American history.Ž With all of the illegal acts that took place in the Clinton campaign & Obama Administration, there was never a special counsel appointed!Ž Trump tweeted. It was unclear what illegal actsŽ Trump was referring to, though as a candidate he did pledge to appoint a special counsel to investigate his Democratic opponent Hillary Clintons use of private email during her years as secretary of State … a threat he hasnt yet followed up on. Despite Trumps denunciations of the probe, he appeared to accept the decision immediately after it was announced. As I have stated many times, a thorough investigation will con“rm what we already know … there was no collusion between my campaign and any foreign entity,Ž Trump said in a brief statement Wednesday. I look forward to this matter concluding quickly. In the meantime, I will never stop “ghting for the people and the issues that matter most to the future of our country.Ž The White House was stunned by the announcement, which they learned about less than an hour before the news became public … and after Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had already signed the order designating Mueller to lead the Russia probe. Aides agreed to take a lowkey approach in the reaction to the news, though some suggested Trumpdismiss the appointment as unnecessary, which is perhaps what inspired Thursdays tweets. In the hours after the announcement, the White House said it planned not to answer reporters questions about the probe and would defer them to the special counsels oce. Though that might be dicult if Trump continues to speak out.Trump denies pressuring ComeyPresident also ridicules talk of impeachment David Jackson@djusatoday USA TODAY JIM WATSON, AFP/GETTY IMAGESPresident Trump took questions from the press on Thursday. To say that Roger Ailes led a full life is a massive understatement. A force of nature with an agenda, RA, as fellow executives called him, was a man on amission. That quest was to infuse America with traditional philosophy and see to it that conservatives like him were heard loud and clear. The list of legendary Americans that Roger helped is long and impressive. From Ronald Reagan to George Bush, the elder, to Rush Limbaugh, Ailes gave them all blunt advice that led them to success. And it was that bluntness that made his life dicult, as enemies accumulated „ some armed with a brutal hatred. It was the Fox News channel that crowned Rogers career of achievement. In 1996, the cable news start-up was mocked by CNNs Ted Turner. Few thought Ailes and his inexperienced crew would dethrone the mighty international news agency that Turner helmed. But it happened and relatively quickly. Iwas there at the beginning. When Roger oered me an hourly program, I asked if hed like to see a written outline. Ailes scoed, told me to be fair and tough but, most of all, not to screw it up. I knew that I had to meet his personal challenge: work hard, be honest in my opinions. Do not seek to curry favor.Not once in almost 20 years did Roger Ailes order me to say anything on the air. I had total independence. In private, I sometimes challenged his orthodoxy. I wish I had taped that.When stu hit the fan, as it will when you are doing daily political commentary in a polarized nation, Roger had my back. Even in the beginning when my ratings were not dominant. He defended me in public even while sometimes mocking me in private. He was genuine, charismatic, profane, generous and sincere in his beliefs. He could be brutal verbally, but if you were straight with him, he would protect you. Over the years, I saw Roger literally save people from destruction. And more than a few. He didnt have to do it, there was no bene“t to him. In the callous world of TV news, that kind of generosity is rare. If a Fox person had trouble, Roger was the guy to go to. But you had to be honest.When Roger departed Fox News last July under a cloud of suspicion, the vast majority of Fox employees were sad. We were not privy to executive actions and while opinions were many, facts were few. Roger was convicted of bad behavior in the court of public opinion and it was painful for many of us to watch. He, himself, was stunned and never really recovered.Its easy to make judgments from afar „ but fair people know that seeking the truth is a complicated and demanding process. In my opinion, few sought the comprehensive truth about Roger Ailes. Millions of Americans have been aected by the Fox News, no doubt about that. In a nation where the national press is generally sympathetic to the left, Fox gives voice to a more traditional point of view that other TV news operations historically ignored. That is a very good thing for our republic, and Roger Ailes is directly responsible. So at age 77, Roger is gone. Some in the press continued to demean him even on the day of his death. He leaves a wife and son who knew him best and adored him. For Roger, that meant more than all his accomplishments, and I hope that brought him solace in his last tough year. We are living in a rough age, with technological advances changing behavior and perspective. The downside of that is turning us into a nation where hatred is almost celebrated in some quarters. Roger Ailes experienced that hatred and it killed him. That is the truth. But he would not want to be remembered that way. He did both good and bad in his life and in that, he has something in common with every human being. When I remember Roger, as Ioften will, Ill picture him holding court with his top anchors, jazzing them with wit, verbally crushing any and all pretensions. He was truly a force, an unforgettable person. It was a privilege to know him. Bill OReilly was the host of The OReilly Factor and is the author of Old School: Life in the Same Lane .OPINION BILL OREILLYAiles experienced hatred and it killed him Bill OReilly THE WASHINGTON POST VIA GETTY IMAGESBill O'Reilly and Roger Ailes in 2003.

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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 3 IN BRIEFU.S. AIRSTRIKE IN SYRIA HITS PRO-REGIME FORCESAU.S. airstrike in Syria on Thursday targeted pro-regime forces who were threatening a coalition base where advisers train anti-Islamic State “ghters, according to a U.S. military ocial. The forces came within a 34mile defensive zone around the al-Tanf base in southern Syria, according to the ocial, who was briefed on the action but not authorized to discuss the incident publicly. U.S. military ocials have not yet determined if Syrian army forces were targeted in the strike or if they were militias aligned with the government of Syrian President Bashar Assad.TULSA LEADERS URGE PEACE AFTER COP IS ACQUITTEDTulsa leaders on Thursday called for a peaceful response to a j urys decision to acquit a white police ocer who fatally shot an unarmed black man, and said more must be done to “ght racial divisions in Oklahomas secondlargest city. The comments came after a jury on Wednesday found Tulsa of“cer Betty Shelby not guilty of manslaughter. She said she shot out of fear Sept. 16 when she killed Terence Crutcher, who had his hands held above his head. Ma y or G.T. B y num said at a news conference Thursday that he respected the jurys decision, but also called Tulsas racial divide the citys greatest moral issue. This verdict does not alter the course on which we are adamantly set,Ž he said. It does not change our recognition of the racial disparities that have aicted Tulsa historically. It does not change our work to institute community policing measures that empower citizens to work side by side with police ocers in making our community safer.ŽDUTCH KING SECRETLY PILOTED FLIGHTSKing Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands hasnt been resting on his monarchical laurels, telling Dutch media he has been moonlighting as a copilot for a KLM airlines aliate for more than two decades. The king told Hollands Telegraaf newspaper he co-pilots two KLM Cityhopper ”ights per month. And now he is training to ”y with the big boys, Boeing 737s for KLM itself „ coincidentally known as Dutch Royal Airlines. Willem-Alexander, 50, said he often walks through Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in his pilot uniform without being recognized by his subjects. Sta and wire reportsSEARCH FOR SURVIVORS IN SRI LANKA ERANGA JAYAWARDENA, APSri Lankan military rescuers and “re “ghters search for trapped people Thursday in the debris of a “ve-story building under construction that collapsed in Colombo, Sri Lanka. The reason for the collapse was not immediately known. WASHINGTONVice President Pence is standing by his claims that he did not know former national security adviser Michael Flynn had been secretly lobbying for the Turkish government until March, despite a new report claiming Flynn had in fact disclosed to the Trump transition team back in January that he was under a federal investigation. Pences oce, in a statement Thursday, said the vice president stands by his comments in March upon “rst hearing the news regarding General Flynns ties to Turkey and fully supports the presidents decision to ask for General Flynns resignation.Ž However, on Wednesday, The New York Times reported that Flynn “rst told Trumps transition team on Jan. 4 that team he was under federal investigation for not initially reporting he was a paid lobbyist for Turkey during the campaign. The Times said the disclosure was “rst made to the transition teams chief lawyer, Donald F. McGahn II, who is now the White House counsel. All this renewed questions about why Flynn was still hired for the national security adviser position „ and whether Pence, who was head of the Trump transition team, knew about it. Pence told Fox News in March that he was hearing about Flynns work for Turkey for the “rst time after news reports. Its the “rst I heard of it, and I think it is an af“rmation of the presidents decision to ask General Flynn to resign,Ž Pence said. Flynn was “red in February for misleading Pence about discussions with a Russian ocial. He didnt ocially “le the papers required for lobbyists of foreign governments until March. Flynn was “red after misleading administration ocials „ including Pence „ that sanctions placed on Russia by the Obama administration hadnt been discussed during a December phone call between Flynn and Sergey Kislyak, the Russian ambassador to the U.S. Eavesdropping by U.S. intelligence ocials undercut Flynns denial, which Pence had repeated on national TV. Now, the FBI is in the middle of a counterintelligence investigation into whether Trump campaign associates, including Flynn, colluded with Russia in the countrys attempts to interfere in the U.S. presidential election. On May 8, former acting attorney general Sally Yates testi“ed to Congress that she had been so disturbed that Flynn misled Pence about his talks with Kislyak that she alerted the White House counsel that he was vulnerable to blackmail. Yates recounted before a Senate panel details of a Jan. 26 meeting in which she alerted McGahn that Flynn had lied. Meanwhile, the Pentagon Inspector General is investigating whether Flynn accepted payments from a foreign government without seeking the required prior approval. The Justice Department one day earlier appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller to be a special counsel, taking over the ongoing probe examining possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.Pence says he didnt know Flynn was lobbying Turkey Report says Flynn told transition team of probe in January Maureen Groppe@mgroppe USA TODAY TORU YAMANAKA, AFP/GETTY IMAGESVice President Pence, speaking last month in Tokyo, stands by claims that he didnt know Michael Flynn had been lobbying for the Turkish government until March. NEWYORKChaos and bloodshed rocked crowded Times Square on Thursday when a car roared the wrong way up a one-way street and slammed into dozens of pedestrians, killing a woman and injuring 22 people, authorities said. The driver, Richard Rojas, was taken into custody and was tested for alcohol, police said. Photos from the scene showed multiple victims on the ground near the maroon Honda sedan, which came to rest on two wheels, wedged up against a light pole and 3-feet-tall metal bollardŽ barriers. There is no indication that this was an act of terrorism,Ž Mayor Bill de Blasio said. That being said, we are reinforcing key locations around the city with our anti-terror units of NYPD.Ž De Blasio lauded the quick efforts of police, “re and emergency medical teams. But he added, Its a tough day for New York City.Ž Rojas, 26, is a Bronx resident, U.S. citizen and Navy veteran, the mayor said. NYPD Commissioner James ONeill said Rojas had two previousDUI arrests. New York Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said four people were critically injured but were expected to survive. Three others suered injuries considered serious, and 15 others less seriousŽ injuries, he said. Police and “re ocials closed o several blocks. White House spokesman Sean Spicer said President Trump was made aware of the incident. The crash took place shortly before noon. Minutes later, the “re department tweeted: #FDNY is on scene at 45 St/ Broadway motor vehicle accident. We have reports of pedestrians struckŽ Bicycle courier Julio Sanchez Rivera, 20, told USA TODAY he was making his “rst delivery of the day when he heard a car engine revving. He turned in time to see the car roaring up the street. Hes easily, probably going over 40 (mph),Ž Rivera said. The only thing I see is this poor woman, mid-air, getting hit by a car and the car still going. This poor woman was bleeding from her head, lying down. There were clothes, there were shoes everywhere. It was a pretty scary scene,Ž he said. The stainless steel bollards “nally stopped the car. More than 200 bollardswere installed last year to reduce pedestrian injuries and prevent unintentional or terrorist vehicle incursions,Ž according to Calpipe Security Bollards. Thursday was the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures reaching a record of 91 degrees. A block from the scene people were talking about the crash, trying to piece together what happened. But New Yorkers and tourists also continued going about their business, entering shops and walking to and from lunch appointments. Andrea Stalker, 41, was at a friends house nearby when the crash occurred. She doesnt think the incident will change her routine. Im the area all the time,Ž she said. I would be careful, but its not going to aect anything.Ž The crash drew quick reactions of compassion on Twitter. My heart goes out to the family who lost a loved one and those injured in Times Square crash,Ž tweeted Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-NY. Thank you to NYFD and NYPD for swift responseŽ Contributing: Laura Petrecca; Matthew DiebelWoman dies as car slams into NYCs Times Square22 are hurt; driver of sedan tested for alcohol, is in custody John Bacon and Eli BlumenthalUSA TODAY N N.J.East River N EW Y O RK S TIM ES SQ UAR E C AR C RA S HSOURCE ES RIUS A TOD AYDETAILMANHATTAN NEW YORKHudson River P A VT.N.Y.C A N A D ANew York New York 1 Mile 78 495 495 278Hoboken 45th St. 57th St.P ark A ve. 5th A ve. 7th A ve.Broadway8th A ve. 9th A ve. 10th A ve. NEW YORKCENTRAL PARK0.5 Mile N N Car slammed into a crowd in New Yorks Times Square There were clothes, there were shoes everywhere. It was a pretty scary scene.ŽJulio Sanchez RiveraRIYADH, SAUDIARABIAPresident Trump will begin an ambitious “ve-city, nine-day foreign trip in Saudi Arabia on Saturday with the goal of uniting the Muslim world against terror „ even as his presidency is embroiled in aquickly escalating controversy over his ties to Russia. Presidents often turn to foreign aairs when theres trouble at home, butTrumps very “rst foreign trip comes amid a succession of breathtaking developments over his “ring of the FBI director, contacts with Russian diplomats and the appointment of special counsel to investigate. Those headlines put even more pressure on the White House to deliver a foreign policy victory, but White House ocials seemed to be tamping down expectations. His current domestic political problems are a deepening concern,Ž said Jim Phillips, a senior fellow at the Heritage Foundation who has been supportive of Trumps Middle East policy. I think President Trumps standing at home de“nitely will be a factor in the perceptions of friends and allies abroad, and in how they interact with him.Ž But in Riyadh, theres a clear sense of national pride that Trump chose Saudi Arabia as his “rst foreign destination as president. Electronic billboards line King Salman Road from the airport to downtown, showing sideby-side photos of Trump and the Saudi king under the banner Together we Prevail.Ž Other billboards show President Franklin Roosevelts meeting with King Salmans father in 1945, underscoring how the U.S.-Saudi alliance has endured under presidents of both parties. But while the kings and crown princes who govern the region have been receptive to Trumps opposition to the Islamic State and Iran, religious leaders are more wary. Saudi diplomats tried to downplay sources of friction in the relationship, including Trumps anti-Muslim campaign statements, his travel ban from six Muslim countries (not including Saudi Arabia) and a bill passed by Congress over President Obamas veto last year that allows victims of terrorism to sue the Saudi government. One Saudi diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity, said those issues wouldnt be a priority in the talks with Saudi Arabia and its allies. Any foreign trip is a high-wire act,Ž said Terence Szuplat, a former speechwriter for President Barack Obama. Its surprising that theyve chosen this particular itinerary, given the dangerous mix of politics and religion that has burned other presidents.Ž MARK WILSON, GETTY IMAGESPresident Trump and Saudi Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, meet at the White House in March. Saudi diplomats have downplayed any friction.First foreign trip leaves Trumps troubles behind Yet domestic headlines may color how he is received Gregory Korte@gregorykorte USA TODAY

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Page 4 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 ALABAMAMobile: Mayor Sandy Stimpson is proposing to decriminalize several minor oenses, including possession of marijuana for personal use. ALASKAAnchorage: To protest his conviction on waste disposal charges, a man is resurrecting a strip club on his crab boat, the Wild Alaskan. ARIZONAPrescott: A security video shows two people trying to steal cash from achurch donation box in Yarnell. The suspects”ed when an alarm activated. ARKANSASLittle Rock: Arkansas highest court is seeking an 11% pay raise for its justices. CALIFORNIASan Jose: Ten San Jose-area schools have students sick from norovirus. COLORADOFirestone: Anadarko Petroleum says its permanently disconnecting gas lines like the one linked to an April 17 fatal home explosion. CONNECTICUTHartford: Police are being urged to release video of the fatal police shooting of an unarmed 15-year-old driver. DELAWAREWilmington: Gov. John Carney nominated assistant public defender Gray Traynor to the state Supreme Court. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA:The Senate passed a bill creating an independent safety oversight panel for Washington s subways. FLORIDAMiami: Aman who stole an unattended ambulance immediately crashed into a bus. GEORGIAJonesboro: Three men were killed when their car plunged into a small lake during a police chase. A fourth person escaped, The Atlanta JournalConstitution reports. HAWAIIHonolulu: The Honolulu Zoo is holding its chimpanzees in their pen following the second escape of a chimp named Puiwa.IDAHOBoise: The Idaho Department of Educations new reading test will be tried by 57 schools, The Times-News reports. ILLINOISPekin: An adult and two juveniles are accused of dumping hundreds of tires, The Pekin Daily Times reports. INDIANANew Albany: Duke Energy plans to close coal ash ponds in Indiana because of new federal environmental rules, The News and Tribune reports. IOWAIowa City: Astudent who collapsed and died in a Univ ersity of Iowa dormhad the synthetic drug Ecstasy in his body.KANSASLawrence: Aman accused of ripping the tail o a pet rabbit described what happened as an accident.ŽKENTUCKYLouisville: Civil rights groups are seeking the removal of a family court judge who wont hear adoption cases involving gay adults. LOUISIANABaton Rouge: Louisiana lawmakers rejected a bill to eliminate inspection stickers for most personal vehicles. MAINEAddison: Alobstermans buoy turned up in France, 2,500 miles from his boat, WCSH-TV reports. MARYLANDBaltimore: The Baltimore City Council voted to legalize stun gun possession, The Baltimore Sun reports. MASSACHUSETTSWorcester: A Roman Catholic priest who pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $240,000 from his church to fuel agambling habit will be allowed to return to parish ministry on a limited basis, The Telegram & Gazette reports. MICHIGANLansing: Bicyclists in several Michigan cities joined thousands around the world this week in the Ride of Silence to honor those injured or killed while cycling, WLNS-TV reports.MINNESOTAMinneapolis: A canceled wedding with a nonrefundable reception became a celebration for a Ronald McDonald House in Minneapolis, the Star Tribune reports. MISSISSIPPIJackson: Love NASCAR? How about Ole Miss? If youve got a favorite cause, chances are Mississippi has a specialty license plate you can put on your car „ but at a price. MISSOURIKansas City: The Kansas City Zoo is taking steps to breed an endangered species of African wild dogs, The Kansas City Star reports. MONTANABillings: ALaurel woman was sentenced to 10 years of probation and ordered to repay nearly $16,000 to developmentally disabled people she took money from during caregiver work, The Billings Gazette reports. NEBRASKAOmaha: The founder of Boys Town is a step closer to sainthood. The Vatican issued adecree of validity for the investigation of the Rev. Edward Flanagan, the Omaha WorldHerald reports. NEVADACarson City: Awoman involved in a deadly DUI crash had methamphetamine and oxycodone in her system, The Nevada Appeal reports. NEW HAMPSHIREConcord: Ticks are out in force. New Hampshire has recorded up to 1,600 cases of Lyme disease a year in recent years. NEW JERSEYAtlantic City: New Jersey ocials overseeing Atlantic Citys “nances angered some City Council members by hiring a “rm to handle the citys trash and recycling collection, The Press of Atlantic City reports. NEW MEXICOHatch: Dona Ana Community College is blaming stagnant enrollment and budget constraints for the decision to close a satellite campus in Hatch, The Albuquerque Journal reports. NEW YORKNew York: About once a month since last fall, the Brooklyn Public Library has been presenting the Drag Queen Story Hour. Performers regale an audience of children and their parents with astory as a way of teaching the kids self-acceptance.NORTH CAROLINARockwell: Rowan County sheris deputies arrested four men on cock“ghting charges after “nding blood, feathers, about 15 dead chickens and about 30 live chickens in cages during a raid. NORTH DAKOTADevils Lake: Health ocials are monitoring the cleanup of diesel fuel that spilled into Devils Lake. OHIOColumbus: Three polar bear cubs born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium last year now have names: Amelia Gray, Neva and Nuniq.OKLAHOMAOklahoma City: A judge has dismissed a lawsuit “led against the Oklahoma Department of Human Services that said it violated foster parents right to bear arms by asking them to keep weapons locked up. OREGONMoro: Sherman County may order the use of herbicides on a 2,000-acre organic farm after complaints from neighboring farmers about noxious weeds, The Capital Press reports. PENNSYLVANIAGreensburg: A man who sued Ziggys Hotel in Youngwood claims he was served so much liquor that he fell o a bar stool and hurt his shoulder, The Tribune-Review reports. RHODE ISLANDNewport: The group that owns The Breakers mansion held a groundbreaking this week for a controversial welcome center, The Newport Daily News reports. SOUTH CAROLINAColumbia: A former medical clinic worker was sentenced to two years on federal mail fraud conspiracy charges, The State reports.SOUTH DAKOTAGregory: South Dakotas oldest drive-in movie theater will install a new $71,000 digital projector, The Daily Republic reports. TENNESSEEKnoxville: Authorities say a truck that burned in an arson “re at a Highway Patrol impound lot was being held as evidence in a fatal crash, The Knoxville News Sentinel reports. TEXASPort OConnor: Crews working six miles o the Texas coast have placed 700 concrete pyramids on the Gulf ”oor to form arti“cial reefs. UTAHSalt Lake City: Alate spring storm left a blanket of snow this week on parts of Utah, the “rst May snowfall since 2010. VERMONTArlington: Awater pump station hit by lightning faces up to $15,000 in repairs, The Bennington Banner reports. VIRGINIAHampton: Adead whale washed ashore last weekend on a local beach, the Daily Press reports. WASHINGTONEverett: Snohomish County has agreed to pay $585,000 to settle a free-speech suit brought by a former ombudsman, The Daily Herald reports. WEST VIRGINIAGrandview: The National Park Service is looking for volunteers to sta a small visitor center this summer in the Grandview area of the New River Gorge National River. WISCONSINWrightstown: Five Wrightstown School District seniors are banned from their graduation ceremony for a prank that included toilet-papering trees, WLUK-TV reports. WYOMINGCasper: Wyomings only Planned Parenthood oce will close July 21 for “nancial reasons, The Casper Star-Tribune reports. Compiled from sta and wire reports. News from across the USA E ditors Note: This is an abbreviated version of the StateBy-State page. The full version will return. STATE-BY-STATEAUSTINUber and Lyft „ the ride-hailing behemoths embattled in this city „ may soon return to the Texas capital. Lawmakers passed a bill this week that would put regulation of the companies into state hands, overriding municipal rules. Uber and Lyft unplugged from Austin last year after a contentious referendum in which voters chose stricter background checks for the “rms drivers. That battle „ one of the stiest faced by the companies „ would be nulli“ed once Gov. Greg Abbottsigned the statewide bill into law. He has signaled his willingness to do so. Buckle up,Ž he tweeted Wednesday. Coming soon.Ž The move was applauded by supporters who said Austins ordinance forced the popular companies to ”ee one of the most tech-centered cities in the country. Uber ocials indicated they were ready to return to Austin and other cities that had strict rules governing ride-hailing companies. We look forward to making Uber available in more cities across Texas and continuing to serve drivers, riders and the communities in which they live,Ž Sarfraz Maredia,general manager for Uber Texas, said in a statement. Some worried that Austins hard-fought battle against the corporations would go to waste and pointed to a broader issue of state-vs.-local control. Austins clash with Uber and Lyft was closely watched nationally because other cities had similar issues with the “rms insistence to self-regulate, said Josh Jones-Dilworth,an Austin-based tech entpreneur and investor who was on acity task force to try to get the companies to stay. Im disappointed,Ž he said. I believe in self-governance at a local level.Ž Jones-Dilworth said he wasnt surprised by lawmakers decision to take up the matter. Uber found a far more friendly listener in our state Legislature,Ž he said. The con”ict in Austin began in 2015, when city leaders passed an ordinance requiring ride-hailing drivers to be “ngerprinted. Uber and Lyft threatened to leave town and gathered 65,000 signatures to put the issue to a vote. Despite the “rms spending $8 million to sway voters, they lost the referendum failed. Uber and Lyft apps in Austin went dark the next day. The statewide bill would remove the “ngerprinting requirements, allowing the companies to do their own name-based background checks on drivers. The measure would override any municipal ride-hailing ordinances and put regulation under control of the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Background checks on drivers would be mostly up to the companies. After Uber and Lyft left, other ride-hailing companies began operating in the city, ful“lling the “ngerprinting background checks of drivers. RideAustin, a nonpro“t company created in the wake of last years clash, indicated this week it may have to close if Uber and Lyft come in and undercut prices. Austin Mayor Steve Adler voiced his displeasure in the bill. Im disappointed that the Legislature chose to nullify the bedrock principles of self-governance and limited government by imposing regulations on our city over the objection of Austin voters,Ž he said in a statement.Ride-sharing out“ts may return to AustinBill would give state regulation power, ending city con”ict MARK RALSTON, AFP/GETTY IMAGESAman checks a vehicle at an Uber recruitment event March 10, 2016, in Los Angeles. Uber ran into legal obstacles in Austin. Rick Jervis@mrRjervis USA TODAY We look forward to making Uber available in more cities across Texas and continuing to serve drivers, riders and the communities in which they live.ŽSarfraz Maredia general manager for Uber TexasSome icky news just in time for pool season: Reports of diarrhea outbreaks linked to cryptosporidiosisparasites in pools and water parks increased at least two-fold in two years, federal health ocials reported Thursday. The parasite, called crypto for short and spread through human feces, caused at least 32 outbreaks in 24 states in 2016, compared with 16nationwide in 2014, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Final numbers for 2016, along with 2015 numbers, will come in a later report, but we expect them to go up,Ž said Michele Hlavsa, head of CDCs healthy swimming program. It is possible the increase is linked to better reporting, but it is also possible the problem is becoming more common, Hlavsa said. Total cases reported to CDC have increased from about 1 in 100,000 in the early 1990s to about four in 100,000 in recent years, she said. That means an average of 8,000people a year suffer through up to three weeks of watery diarrhea, stomach cramps, nausea and sometimes vomiting „ most often because they swallowed contaminated pool water. Big outbreaks in 2016 included one in Arizona that sickened an entire Little League team and a cluster of outbreaks in Ohio that started in a water park and spread to nearby pools, contributing to nearly 2,000 cases statewide, adding to details published in CDCs Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report But do not be too quick to blame pool operators, Hlavsa said. Unlike other bugs that sometimes spread in pools, crypto is not quickly killed by chlorine. It can survive for up to 10 days, even in well-treated pools. As a result, it is the leading cause of illness linked to swimming facilities. This is a really tough bug to kill once it gets in the water,Ž Hlavsa said. When an outbreak is detected, operators have to close their pools and treat them with levels of chlorine that would not be safe for swimmers. So how does the bug get in the water? It hitches a ride in poop „ which is found in ahigh number of pools, at least half, according to aprevious CDC study.And a lot of that excrement is coming o the bottoms of kids under age 5. One study suggested a park pool with 1,000 unwashed preschoolers could contain 22 pounds of fecal matter, Hlavsa said. 32216 13 16 20Outbreaks of a parasitic infection called Cryptosporidiosis, linked to swimming pools and water playgrounds, have at least doubled since 2014. C YRPT O O UTBR E AK S IN C R E A S IN GSOURCE Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1 … Numbers for 20 1 5 have not yet been collected. 2 … 20 1 6 data are preliminary, based on reports from 24 states received by F ebruary.FRA NK PO M P A US A TOD AYna12016 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011Out of the pool! Parasites linked to illness outbreaksSwimmers suer after swallowing the water Kim Painter@KimPainter Special for USA TODAY

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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 5 sumers would see “nal prices rise on everything from avocados to SUVs.Ž The administration had previously circulated an eight-page draft letter on NAFTA. Thursdays version had fewer speci“cs. Here are some parts of NAFTA that may be renegotiated based on earlier drafts of the letter: u Rules of origin. Trump wants to revise the rules of origin,Ž which he believes cause too many parts from non-NAFTA countries „ used in goods assembled in the NAFTA region „ to come into the U.S. tax-free. Companies that make goods with certain percentages of components (parts and labor) bought in the NAFTA region can sell them in NAFTA countries duty-free,Ž or without paying a tax at the border of destination countries. For example, a Ford sedan with at least 62.5% of components sourced in the NAFTA countries can be exported to Canada without Ford paying a Canadian duty. According to government data, Apossible redo of a massive trade deal that could aect consumer prices and move jobs across the U.S. borders is set to begin. The Trump administration formally told Congress Thursday it intends to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico. U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer sent a letter to congressional leaders, starting 90 days of consultations with lawmakers over how to revamp the pact. Talks with Canada and Mexico can begin after that. The two-page letter offered few details about what changes the administration would seek in the 23-yearold pact President Trump has called a disaster.Ž Trump, once a harsh critic of NAFTA, has changed his mind and wants to renegotiate it with the U.S. partner nations.Established in 1994 by the U.S., Canada and Mexico, it created a free trade zone in North America by eliminating most taris and encouraging the unimpeded ”ow of products many economists say has bene“ted its member nations. American farmers have mostly bene“ted from the reduction in trade barriers. But the pact encouraged American manufacturers to relocate some operations to Mexico to take advantage of cheaper labor there, so critics blame NAFTA for wiping out U.S. factory jobs. Lighthizer, con“rmed by the Senate last week, and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will head the negotiating team. In his campaign, Trump railed against the dangers of running a high trade de“cit. And his NAFTA negotiations likely will focus on measures that aim to cut the de“cit, says Monica de Bolle, senior fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics. Renegotiation of NAFTA could have varying degrees of consequences. Higher import taxes could raise prices of consumer goods. Protectionist measures by the U.S. may trigger retaliatory actions that could hurt U.S. exporters sales and lead to job cuts. If these negotiations break down and Trump tosses out NAFTA ... there would be a massive disruption to North American commerce, and supply chains would have to reorganize,Ž says Douglas Irwin, a trade economics professor at Dartmouth College. And con70% of Ford Escapes components are from the NAFTA countries „ 55% from the U.S. and Canada and 15% from Mexico. The auto industry is particularly concerned. Revising the rules „say, by raising the North-American-parts-percentage requirement to 70% from 62.5% „ could disrupt the extensive supply chain it has built in Mexico, says Kristin Dziczek, director of the Industry, Labor & Economics Group at the Center for Automotive Research. Having to use new suppliers likely would mean automakers would be forced to pay more and these additional costs would be passed on to customers. u Government contracts. A NAFTA rule about government contracts likely will be addressed to favor American businesses. Currently, NAFTA requires its member governments to consider suppliers from other NAFTA countries in infrastructure projects. In other words, the U.S. government must treat Mexican and Canadian companies no less favorably than domestic “rms. But Trumps insistence that the U.S. government prefer bids from American suppliers could trigger similar policy from Canada and Mexico. That would limit American companies business opportunities for Canadian and Mexican government contracts. It could also drive up costs for the U.S. government if it has to choose from a smaller base of suppliers made of only domestic companies and not consider cheaper pricing from Mexican or Canadian competitors. Itd be terrible for taxpayers,Ž says Dan Ikenson, a trade economist at the Cato Institute. u Import tax. The Trump administration says it will seek to level the playing “eld on tax treatment.Ž An early draft of the letter didnt disclose further details. But Canada and Mexico currently impose the so-called value-added taxes (VAT) for most goods, including imports. Its similar to sales taxes in the U.S. But unlike U.S. sales taxes, the valueadded taxes in Canada and Mexico are levied by their central governments. Trumps team could be assessing options on a similar type of tax, analysts say. Most of the world operates that way,Ž de Bolle says, referring to VAT. If the U.S. imposes an import tax, American consumers likely would pay more for imported goods from Canada and Mexico. u Non-tari barriers. Trumps team wants to eliminate any non-tari barriers to U.S. exports, citing permit and licensing requirements and quotas as examples. His team will press Canada and Mexico to eliminate all export subsidies on agricultural products.Ž The issue came to light recently when Trump criticized Canadas unique system for its dairy industry that allows the government to control the supply of milk products, set prices and impose taris on some imports. u Digital economy. NAFTA is short on rules overseeing the digital economy. Trump will try to get other NAFTA countries to strengthen their intellectual property laws and step up enforcement against pirated goods. The U.S. will seek commitments from Mexico and Canada to not impose an import tax on software and other electronic “les. Trumps team also wants to ensure NAFTA countries refrain from adopting any domestic rules that may slow digital trade. Contributing: The Associated PressWhat NAFTA talks could mean for U.S. consumers Roger Yu@ByRogerYu USA TODAY Renegotiation set to begin, but what is Trump looking for?GETTY IMAGES/ ISTOCKPHOTO DREW ANGERER, GETTY IMAGESPresident Trump, once a harsh critic of NAFTA, now wants to renegotiate the deal with Mexico and Canada. U S A S NA PSHO T S Ho m e i n s uran ce m isco n ceptio nSOURCE insuranceQuotes.com survey of 1,001 U.S. adults JAE YANG AND JANET LOEHRKE, USA TODAY 56%mistakenly believe that a standard homeowners policy covers flood damage. MO N E Y SEAWORLD TO O P EN NEW SESA M E STREET T H E M E P ARK A m use m e n t park “ rm Se a Wo rld E n te r t ainm e n t plan s to co n st r uct a seco nd t h e m e park ba se d o n t h e p o p u lar c hildr e n s pr o gram Ses am e St r eet. T h e co mpany alr e ady r u n s t h e Ses a m e P la ce t h em e park in L ang h o rn e, P a T h e seco nd Ses am e P la ce will o p e n by mid -2021. G M QUITS INDIA VE H ICLE SALES TO BOOST P ROFITS Ge n e ral Moto r s s aid T h u r s day i t plan s to sto p se lling v e hi c l es in I ndia and s h e d i ts o p e ra t i o n s in Sout h A fri c a by t h e e nd o f 2017, a m o v e t ha t co n t in ues t h e a utomak e r s r et r e a t fr o m par ts o f t h e w o rld wh e r e i ts pr o“ts w e r e lagging so i t c an f ocus o n pr o“tabl e r e gi o n s and d e v e l o ping a uto n o m ous c ar s. GM will o nly ex p o r t c ar s man u fa ctu r e d in I ndia and will se ll i ts o p e ra t i o n s in Sout h A fri c a to Isuzu Moto r s. TAKATAS CONSU M ER SETTLE M ENT TOTALS $553 M O wn e r s o f n e arly 16 milli o n v e hi c l es wi t h T aka t a air bag s ar e e ligibl e f o r “ nan c ial a ss i st an ce in g ett ing t h e ir v e hi c l es “xe d and u p to $500 in co mp e n s a t i o n u nd e r te rm s o f a n e w co n su m e r sett l e m e n t. Ce r t ain To y ot a M a z da Su bar u and BMW v e hi c l es equ ipp e d wi t h T aka t a air bag s t ha t cou ld expl o d e in a c ra s h ar e in c l u d e d in t h e $553 milli o n d e al aim e d a tco v e ring eco n o mi c l osses. M ONE Y LINEINDEXCLOSECHGNasdaq composite6055.13 x 43.89 S&P 5002365.72 x 8.69 T-note, 10-year yield2.23% x 0.01 Oil, light sweet crude$49.35 x 0.28 Gold, oz. Comex$1247.80 y 10.90 Euro (dollars per euro)$1.1101 y 0.0049 Yen per dollar111.49 x 0.38SOURCES USA TODAYRESEARCH, MARKETWATCH.COM DO W JO N ES IN D U S TRIAL AV G. 56.09 20,500 20,550 20, 6 00 20, 6 50 20, 7 00 20, 7 50 9: 3 0 a.m.20,607 4:00 p.m.20,663T H URSDA YM ARKETSRoger Ailes is dead, but sexual harassment lawsuits and investigations involving the former head of Fox News will continue „ posing new legal challenges for both sides. Many lawsuits and investigations that target a single individual would be dropped if that person died while the case was pending. However, many of the legal matters involving Ailes also target Fox News and/or parent company 21st Century Fox. The proceedings are expected to move forward and would likely substitute Ailes estate for the man himself as a named defendant, said Gloria Allred, a nationally known attorney who has handled man y womens ri g hts cases. 21st Century Fox so far has paid $45 million in settlements related to sexual-harassment cases against Ailes, the company reported in a Securities and Exchange Commission “lingearlier this month. The absence of the man who helped build Fox News into a media powerhouse that changed U.S. broadcasting and national politics could aect both the defense and the plaintis in stillpending sexual-harassment cases, said Jack Schaedel, a Los Angeles-based partner in the labor and employment group of national law “rm Dykema Gossett. Plainti lawyers in the cases wont be able to question Ailes in court. Anything Ailes purportedly said before his death would be less likely to be allowed into evidence unless it is corroborated b y an independent witness or Ailes previously was questioned about it in a sworn deposition, said Schaedel. For the attorneys representing women suing Ailes and Fox, that limitation could make it more dicult to introduce any alleged harassing comments. However, Ailes absence cuts both ways, depriving attorneys for Fox of the ability to have him in court denying the plainti claims and providing explanatory context for decisions and statements by him and the company. The pending lawsuits include a federal case “led last year by Lidija Ujkic. She alleged that Ailes failed to hire her for aFox News job after questioning one of her former boyfriends about whether she would put out, sexually.Ž Told that she was a very nice girl,Ž Ailes allegedly called her and said he did not believe she was readyŽ for Fox News, the lawsuit char g ed. When our client testi“es to these things, Roger Ailes will not be there to rebut her,Ž said Douglas Wigdor, a New York City attorney representing Ujkic. Fox wont be able to call him (as a witness) and say thats not true.Ž However, the company may be able to produce workplace records that would provide context, said Emily Martin, general counsel for the National Womens Law Center. Attorneys representing Fox and Ailes did not respond to messages seeking comment. Lawyers for other women who “led similar cases declined to comment Thursday. Roger Ailes has left behind a grieving widow and teenage child. They did nothing wrong, and surely deserve our sympathy,Ž Judd Burstein, the lawyer representing former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros in a sexual-harassment case, said in a written statement. A i les lawsu i ts, i nvest i gat i ons w i ll cont i nue DREW ANGERER, GETTY IMAGESThe ticker outside Fox News headquarters in New York City broadcasts the news of Roger Ailes death Thursday. Ailes absence could aect both the defense and the plaintis. Many of the cases also target Fox News or 21st Century Fox Kevin McCoy@kmccoynyc USA TODAY GETTY IMAGES FILE Ex-Fox News chief Roger Ailes, shown in 2015, died Thursday at age 77.

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Page 6 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 President Donald Trump allegedly asked FBI Director James Comey to drop the FBIs investigation into Michael Flynn. President Franklin Roosevelt asked FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover to collect information on Americans who had committed no crimes. President Richard Nixon asked Hoover to provide the White House a list of reporters the FBI knew were homosexual. How do we know? FBI director memos. As an FBI historian, I was not surprised to learn that Comey kept memos. The FBIs history shows such documentation can be essential to how FBI directors operate, and how they can insulate or protect the FBIs integrity.Intelligence on noncriminal activityIn the summer of 1936, Roosevelt met the FBI director in the White House to discuss, according to Hoovers memo, subversive activities in the United States, particularly Fascism and Communism.Ž Hoover wrote that FDR was interested in getting from the FBI a broad picture of the general movement and its activities as may effect the economic and political life of the country as a whole.Ž Hoover replied that no governmental organizationŽ collected that kind of information. Nobody collected that information because of FBI improprieties dating to World War I and the Red Scare of 1919 to 1920. During that period, the FBI had collected political intelligence on prominent politicians, social justice advocates and others it perceived as dangerous. In response, Attorney General Harlan Fiske Stone publicly issued investigative guidelines that banned FBI agents from collecting intelligence related to noncriminal activity. Notwithstanding these restrictions, FBI Director Hoover informed the president that a statute from 1916 allowed the FBI to investigate any matters referred to it by the Department of State.Ž Roosevelt, though, was reluctantŽ to formally ask the State Department for this request because information was constantly leaked from the department. Instead, he asked Hoover to return to the White House the following day with Secretary of State Cordell Hull. The next day, FDR explained to Hull and Hoover that he wanted a surveyŽ of Communist and Fascist activity in the country. Hull asked if he wanted the State Department to make a written request of the FBI. Roosevelt declined, saying he wanted the matter to be handled quite con“dentially.Ž The president promised Hoover he would write his own memo about his request and place it in his White House safe, but such a document has never been located in FDRs presidential papers. Hoovers memo about the meeting remains our only historical source about it. The presidential directive to the FBI then remained a verbal one, albeit secretly documented by Hoover, with no White House-generated paper trail. The meeting and memo were signi“cant because they marked a shift for the FBI. Because of the presidents request and Hoovers own interests, the FBI began prioritizing noncriminal intelligence investigations over criminal ones. This is the point where the FBI became, primarily, an intelligence agency. Hoover would thereafter collect massive amounts of noncriminal-related intelligence on Americans both prominent and common.Homosexual reportersA second example of the FBI director generating a memo about a sensitive presidential request dates to Nixon in 1970, during Hoovers “nal years as FBI director. At that time, Nixon was obsessed with the constant stream of leaks from his administration and in discrediting the leakers. Nixon had his Chief of Staff Bob Haldeman call Hoover to request a run down on the homosexuals known and suspected in the Washington press corps.Ž Haldeman said the president thought the request would be easy because he assumed Hoover would have it pretty much at hand.Ž Hoover said he thought we have some of that material.Ž To that, the chief of staff offered a couple of names of suspected gay journalists and added the president has an interest in what, if anything else, we know.Ž Hoover told him the FBI would get after that right away.Ž In 1970, Hoover had passed what was then the mandatory retirement age of 70. He remained FBI director only because President Lyndon Johnson had issued an executive order exempting Hoover. Nixon could revoke that order at any time. With his job vulnerable, Hoover willingly complied with Nixons request. Hoovers FBI also actively collected and disseminated information about gays, and Nixon knew this. Handwritten notes on Hoovers memo „ the only record of the request, sent to Hoovers top FBI of“cials „ indicate that the FBI compiled the requested information and sent it to the White House in letter format, dated Nov. 27, 1970. To date, this letter has not surfaced either at the FBI or among the Nixon papers. Because we dont have the letter, we also do not know the exact content of the information Hoover shared, or whether and how Nixon might have used it against reporters. Hoover was an astute bureaucrat who had a history of dealing with sensitive or controversial presidential requests. He fully realized, like Comey, the value of documenting his interactions with presidents. Hoover knew that if need be, he could produce the memo as proof he was ordered to do something that, if undocumented, might jeopardize his position as FBI director or lead him to legal trouble. In other words, the memo was a get-out-of-jail-free card. It seems a similar situation may be unfolding with Comey. President Trump implied or boasted he might have tapes to use against Comey. But Comey actually documented his interactions with the president. The Comey memos and the FBIs history show how a careful bureaucrat in charge of a powerful agency can not only deftly protect himself, but the integrity of a democratic institution. Douglas M. Charles does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would bene“t from this article, and has disclosed no relevant af“liations beyond the academic appointment above.Comey isnt the first FBI director to keep memos on a presidentBy DOUGLAS M. CHARLESASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY AP FILE PHOTOIn this May 3 photo, former FBI Director James Comey listens on Capitol Hill in Washington. Comeys memo relating President Donald Trumps request to shut down an investigation of his ousted national security adviser is a powerful piece of evidence th at could be used to build an obstruction of justice case against the president. PHOTO PROVIDED BY FBIJ. Edgar Hoover memo from 1970. AP FILE PHOTOJ. Edgar Hoover, second from left, stands over President Franklin Roosevelt as he signs a bill giving the FBI immense power.

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The Sun /Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com Page 7 FLORIDA REPORT ALMANACToday is Friday, May 19 the 139th day of 2017. There are 226 days left in the year. Today in historyOn May 19, 1927 the silent movie Wings,Ž a World WarI drama starring Clara Bow, Charles BuddyŽ Rogers and Richard Arlen, had its world premiere in San Antonio, Texas, where it had been filmed. (WingsŽ would go on to win the first Academy Award for best picture.) On this dateIn 1536 Anne Boleyn, the second wife of Englands King Henry VIII, was beheaded after being convicted of adultery. In 1780 a mysterious darkness enveloped much of New England and part of Canada in the early afternoon. In 1913 California Gov. Hiram Johnson signed the WebbHartley Law prohibiting aliens ineligible to citizenshipŽ from owning farm land, a measure targeting Asian immigrants, particularly Japanese. In 1943 in his second wartime address to the U.S. Congress, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill pledged his countrys full support in the fight against Japan. In 1962 actress Marilyn Monroe sang Happy Birthday to YouŽ to President John F. Kennedy during a Democratic fundraiser at New Yorks Madison Square Garden. In 1967 the Soviet Union ratified a treaty banning nuclear and other weapons from outer space as well as celestial bodies such as the moon. (The treaty entered into force in Oct. 1967.) In 1977 in what became known as the Girl in the BoxŽ case, 20-year-old Colleen Stan, hitchhiking her way to a party in northern California, was abducted by a couple shed accepted a ride from and imprisoned as a sex slave for the next seven years. In 1981 five British soldiers were killed by an Irish Republican Army landmine in County Armagh, Northern Ireland. Todays birthdaysActor James Fox is 78. Actress Nancy Kwan is 78. Actor Peter Mayhew is 73. Rock singer-composer Pete Townshend (The Who) is 72. Rock singer-musician Dusty Hill (ZZ Top) is 68. College Football Hall of Famer and former NFL player Archie Manning is 68. Singer-actress Grace Jones is 65. Rock musician Phil Rudd (AC-DC) is 63. Actor Steven Ford is 61. Actress Toni Lewis is 57. Rock musician Iain Harvie (Del Amitri) is 55. Actress Polly Walker is 51. Actor Jason Gray-Stanford is 47. Rock singer Jenny Berggren (Ace of Base) is 45. PHILADELPHIA (AP) „ A beer vendor at Philadelphia Phillies games no longer sounds like Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire.Ž Tom McGee told KYW-TV that he has stopped yelling Stella!Ž at the top of his lungs because stadium vendor Aramark is now having him sell Yuengling Lager. He used to yell Stella!Ž because he was hawking Stella Artois, a Belgian beer thats been replaced by the vendor. McGees been a vendor at Citizens Bank Park for nine years. McGee said fans ask him at least 25 times a game, Wheres the Stella?Ž He said he had some fun on the opening Sunday yelling Not Stella,Ž but these days he simply shouts Yuengling LagerŽ with the accent on the second word.ODD NEWS Beer vendor no longer shouting Brando-esqe Stella!TALLAHASSEE „ All 12 Florida universities will bene“t from $121 million in two new programs designed to help the schools attract top-level professors and reward high-performing graduate schools. The University of Florida will receive the largest share at more than $27 million, and some schools will be effectively penalized because they lack key graduate programs or because of their size. But the distribution is designed to provide the schools with money they can leverage to recruit and retain the very best faculty, enrich professional and graduate school strength and viability and bring aging infrastructure and research laboratories into the 21st Century,Ž Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart, said when he announced the initiative earlier this year. The two new programs are embedded in the state budget (SB 2500), which must be reviewed and approved by Gov. Rick Scott, who has threatened to veto all or parts of the spending plan. The budget includes $71 million for the world class faculty and scholarŽ program, which will allow the universities to recruit and retain exemplaryŽ professors and researchers, according to a related bill (SB 374). The money can be spent on initiatives like hiring clustersŽ of top-level researchers from other universities, developing commercial research projects, awarding outstanding performances and supporting more research by undergraduates. The top half-dozen recipients of the world-classŽ funding include the University of Florida, $13.3 million; Florida State University, $11.7 million; the University of Central Florida, $11.3 million; the University of South Florida, $10.5 million; Florida International University, $7.1 million; and Florida Atlantic University, $4.3 million. New College of Florida, the smallest institution in the system with about 850 students, will receive $2.1 million from the program. The funding formula rewards the school for its recognition from national publications like U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review. Another $50 million was included in the state budget for a new program designed to improve the quality and excellenceŽ of medical, law and business graduate schools. The funding can be used for faculty hires, student research and other strategic endeavors to elevate the national and global prominenceŽ of the schools, according to the legislation. The top recipients of the graduate school funding include the University of Florida, $13.9 million; Florida State University, $9.5 million; Florida International University, $8.9 million; the University of South Florida, $5.7 million; the University of Central Florida, $4.3 million; and Florida Atlantic University, $2.25 million. Florida A&M University will receive $1.96 million from the new graduate-school program and $1.75 million from the world classŽ program. Funding from both programs for the remaining schools include the University of North Florida, $4.7 million; Florida Gulf Coast University, $3.7 million; the University of West Florida, $2.7 million; and Florida Polytechnic University, $660,000. Some schools received less money simply because they are much smaller institutions, including New College and Florida Polytechnic, the states newest university. Under the graduate-school funding, Florida International, Florida State and the University of Florida had an advantage since those are the only three institutions with medical, law and business graduate schools.Universities get money for faculty, grad programsBy LLOYD DUNKELBERGERNEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA HEADLINE NEWS FROM AROUND THE STATEFloridas hurricane fund remains strong heading into seasonTALLAHASSEE (AP) „ The Florida fund that helps private insurers pay out claims after a hurricane continues to be in strong shape ahead of storm season. Estimates prepared by Raymond James show the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund will have $17.6 billion available this year. This marks the second year in a row that the fund has more money than it would need to pay out if storms racked the state. The estimates were formally approved Thursday by a panel overseeing the fund. The “nancial health of the fund is important because the state can impose a surcharge on most insurance policies to replenish it if the money runs out. Some critics have called the surcharge a hurricane tax.Ž The fund has grown because Florida has avoided major hurricanes since 2005.Dozier memorial bill goes to ScottTALLAHASSEE (News Service of Florida) „ A bill authorizing the creation of memorials for the victims of the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys was sent to Gov. Rick Scott on Thursday. The monuments would be placed at the Capitol complex in Tallahassee and in Jackson County, the site of the now-closed reform school where hundreds of boys said that they were physically and sexually abused. The House and Senate passed the legislation (HB 7115) and a formal apology for the Dozier abuses. The bill authorizes the reburial of victims of a 1914 dormitory “re in the Boot Hill cemetery at the former school. It also directs the reburial in Leon County of unclaimed bodies, which were discovered as part of an extensive forensic investigation at the site led by University of South Florida researchers. The legislation also authorizes the Department of Environmental Protection to explore the 1,400-acre Dozier site for additional unmarked graves.Swastika, WHITE POWER spray-painted on middle school signBONITA SPRINGS (AP) „ Authorities say theyre investigating after someone drew a swastika and wrote WHITE POWERŽ on the sign in front of a southwest Florida junior high school. The Naples Daily News reports that a Bonita Springs Middle School employee discovered the graf“ti Monday morning and called the Lee County Sheriffs Of“ce. A school district spokeswoman says the graf“ti was removed before classes started that day. An incident report says the signs plastic glass will need to be replaced at an estimated cost of $450.Coast Guard unloads $500M in cocaine from 20 seizuresFORT LAUDERDALE (AP) „ The U.S. Coast Guard unloaded cocaine in South Florida worth nearly $500 million from 20 separate seizures in the eastern Paci“c Ocean. Coast Guard of“cials said in a news release Thursday the seizures totaled about 18.5 tons of cocaine. The recently seized drugs were brought to Port Everglades by the cutter Hamilton. Authorities say the cocaine was intercepted along the Central and South American coasts by Coast Guard cutters and a Royal Canadian Navy ship sailing with a Coast Guard team aboard. The eastern Paci“c is a prime smuggling route for cocaine headed to Mexico, where it is typically brought into the U.S. Numerous suspected smugglers are being prosecuted by U.S. attorneys in California, along the East Coast and elsewhere as a result of the operations.20 years prison for ex-Secret Service agent in sexting caseMIAMI (AP) „ A former Secret Service of“cer at the White House got a 20-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to sexting with teenage girls. Thirty-eight-year-old Lee Robert Moore of Church Hill, Maryland, learned his fate Wednesday from a federal judge in West Palm Beach, Florida. Prosecutors say Moore maintained a pro“le on a social media site called Meet24.Ž Delaware State Police detectives posed there as a 14-year-old girl. Investigators found Moore also communicated inappropriately with real underage girls in Florida, Texas and Missouri. The married former U.S. Marine was assigned to the White House when he was arrested in 2015. He pleaded guilty to enticing a minor to engage in sexual activity and attempting to send obscene material to a minor. His wife asked for leniency, citing their two children.Suspect in shooting says hes the attorney, not the accusedFORT LAUDERDALE (AP) „ A man accused of shooting at a sheriffs deputy outside a South Florida nightclub told a judge during a “rst appearance hearing that he is his lawyer and not the suspect. During the Wednesday hearing, 24-year-old Demetrius Vidale told Broward County Judge Kenneth Gottlieb that his clientŽ has been assaulted, kidnapped and is being held against his will. The SunSentinel reports Vidale is accused of the attempted murders of a man at the nightclub and a Broward Sheriffs deputy responding to the call early Monday. The deputy wasnt injured. The other man is expected to recover. An arrest report says Vidale defecated on a signed search warrant. He also refused to let deputies take his picture, “ngerprints or DNA, saying a judge has no jurisdiction over him.ŽFlorida authorities demolish child porn devicesORLANDO (AP) „ A group of investigators with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement watched as a 17,000-pound roller demolished dozens of con“scated electronics that once produced or shared child porn. The Orlando Sentinel reports FDLE Special Agent in Charge Danny Banks said on Wednesday that Operation Crush Cyber CrimeŽ smashed just a sample of the hundreds of pieces of evidence con“scated each year. Banks says the destruction is symbolic and all evidence crushed has been used in the successful prosecution of child predators in the region. According to a Florida statute, all evidence that once held child pornography must be destroyed after prosecution. Some seized evidence without explicit images can be donated. Of“cials say the agency investigated 53 cases in central Florida and about 117 cases are pending.Florida man charged in slaying of roommateST. CLOUD (AP) „ A man has been arrested after authorities say he killed his roommate. The Orlando Sentinel reports 23-year-old Robert Overcash was arrested Monday and charged with “rst-degree murder in the death of 41-year-old Shawn McKee. Osceola County Sheriffs Of“ce Capt. Jacob Ruiz says other people who rent rooms in the house heard a commotion and called deputies. Ruiz said when deputies arrived they immediately noticed that something was off. Because of a pending investigation, he declined to say what they saw. Deputies say they were not able to locate the body until they secured a search warrant and combed through the home. Authorities are waiting for the medical examiner to con“rm the cause of death. DJ arrested 2 days after playing hits at police health fairMIAMI (AP) „ A South Florida disc jockey faces drug charges just two days after playing hits and taking sel“es with of“cials at an employee health and wellness fairŽ in the lobby of the Miami police headquarters. A Miami-Dade narcotics unit arrested DJ Fredy Benz, whose real name is Alfredo Benitez, on Wednesday. The Miami Herald reports 39-year-old Benitez is charged with possession of cocaine with intent to sell. Investigators say Benitez was selling drugs from his home, across the street from an elementary school. The Herald reports no one involved with the health fair is believed to have known about Benitez alleged drug dealing. His wife is an administrator for the city of Miami. AP PHOTOThis image made available by the U.S. Coast Guard shows members of the media, gathered around pallets of seized cocaine, at a news conference, Thursday, at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.

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BasicEnS .45 ... +28.7 Baxter s 57.07 +.21 +11.4 BeazerHm 14.82 +.33 +10.3 BectDck 182.61 +1.13 -13.5 BedBath 35.15 -.35 -8.5 Bemis 43.76 +.01 -.8 BerkH B 161.62 +.36 +18.7 BestBuy 50.63 +.02 -7.4 BigLots 46.47 -.10 -7.3 Biocryst 5.87 +.31 -10.9 Biogen 252.81 +1.47YTD Name Last Chg Money & Markets 2,150 2,200 2,250 2,300 2,350 2,400 2,450 NM DJFMA 2,320 2,380 2,440 S&P 500Close: 2,365.72 Change: 8.69 (0.4%) 10 DAYS 5,100 5,400 5,700 6,000 6,300 NM DJFMA 5,960 6,080 6,200 Nasdaq compositeClose: 6,055.13 Change: 43.89 (0.7%) 10 DAYSAdvanced 1489 Declined 1438 New Highs 40 New Lows 82 Vol. (in mil.) 4,116 Pvs. Volume 4,062 2,028 2,252 1618 1181 50 112 NYSE NASDDOW 20759.20 20553.45 20663.02 +56.09 +0.27% t s s +4.56% DOW Trans. 8892.45 8744.36 8818.58 +34.84 +0.40% t t t -2.49% DOW Util. 704.49 694.69 700.70 +2.46 +0.35% s t s +6.23% NYSE Comp. 11479.00 11374.64 11434.06 +10.53 +0.09% t s t +3.41% NASDAQ 6073.45 5996.82 6055.13 +43.89 +0.73% t s s +12.48% S&P 500 2375.74 2352.72 2365.72 +8.69 +0.37% t s s +5.67% S&P 400 1700.92 1683.72 1695.04 +1.36 +0.08% t t t +2.08% Russell 2000 1365.00 1351.01 1361.08 +5.19 +0.38% t t t +0.29% Toronto TSX 15336.59 15164.73 15277.20 +3.52 +0.02% t t t -0.07%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 rose to 2.23 percent on Thursday. Yields affect rates on mortgages and other consumer loans.NET 1YR TREASURIES YEST PVS CHG AGO 4.00 3.50 3.50 .88 .38 .38 PRIME RATE FED FUNDS 3-month T-bill .91 0.89 +0.02 .29 6-month T-bill 1.01 0.99 +0.02 .42 52-wk T-bill 1.07 1.07 ... .60 2-year T-note 1.27 1.25 +0.02 .90 5-year T-note 1.77 1.75 +0.02 1.39 10-year T-note 2.23 2.22 +0.01 1.86 30-year T-bond 2.90 2.91 -0.01 2.66 NET 1YR BONDS YEST PVS CHG AGO AP Muni Bond Idx 2.40 2.41 -0.01 ... Barclays Glob Agg Bd 1.54 1.60 -0.06 ... Barclays USAggregate 2.47 2.55 -0.08 2.15 Barclays US Corp 3.15 3.24 -0.09 3.10 Barclays US High Yield 5.64 5.57 +0.07 7.46 Moodys AAA Corp Idx 3.77 3.85 -0.08 3.61 10-Yr. TIPS .41 0.43 -0.02 .21Commodities U.S. crude oil prices rose 0.6 percent while natural gas prices fell 0.3 percent. Gold prices fell half a percent and silver prices fell nearly 1.5 percent.Crude Oil (bbl) 49.35 49.07 +0.57 -8.1 Ethanol (gal) 1.46 1.46 +0.07 -8.8 Heating Oil (gal) 1.55 1.53 +0.77 -9.3 Natural Gas (mm btu) 3.18 3.19 -0.31 -14.6 Unleaded Gas (gal) 1.61 1.60 +0.22 -3.5 FUELS CLOSEPVS. %CHG%YTD Gold (oz) 1251.70 1257.50 -0.46 +8.8 Silver (oz) 16.62 16.85 -1.37 +4.3 Platinum (oz) 936.80 946.10 -0.98 +3.9 Copper (lb) 2.53 2.54 -0.63 +1.2 Palladium (oz) 765.30 776.85 -1.49 +12.1 METALS CLOSEPVS.%CHG%YTD Cattle (lb) 1.23 1.22 +0.38 +3.3 Coffee (lb) 1.27 1.32 -3.63 -7.0 Corn (bu) 3.66 3.72 -1.48 +4.0 Cotton (lb) 0.79 0.80 -1.16 +12.2 Lumber (1,000 bd ft) 367.70 373.70 -1.61 +16.1 Orange Juice (lb) 1.41 1.42 -0.56 -28.8 Soybeans (bu) 9.45 9.76 -3.18 -5.2 Wheat (bu) 4.26 4.27 -0.29 +4.4 AGRICULTURE CLOSE PVS. %CHG%YTD USD per British Pound1.2936 -.0021 -.16% 1.4596 Canadian Dollar 1.3622 -.0006 -.04% 1.2982 USD per Euro 1.1101 -.0049 -.44% 1.1229 Japanese Yen 111.49 +.38 +.34% 110.00 Mexican Peso 18.7995 +.1189 +.63% 18.4397 1YR. MAJORS CLOSE CHG %CHGAGO Israeli Shekel 3.5948 +.0012 +.43% 3.8478 Norwegian Krone 8.4798 -.0010 -.85% 8.3036 South African Rand 13.3989 -.0011 -1.47% 15.7912 Swedish Krona 8.8129 -.0009 -.79% 8.3342 Swiss Franc .9803 -.0014 -.14% .9862 EUROPE/AFRICA/MIDDLE EAST Australian Dollar 1.3488 +.0016 +.12% 1.3820 Chinese Yuan 6.8902 -.0008 -.01% 6.5385 Hong Kong Dollar 7.7825 -.0039 -.05% 7.7648 Indian Rupee 64.850 +.590 +.91% 67.100 Singapore Dollar 1.3934 +.0026 +.19% 1.3808 South Korean Won 1128.64 +7.07 +.63% 1190.70 Taiwan Dollar 30.21 +.10 +.33% 32.80 ASIA/PACIFICForeign Exchange The dollar rose slightly against the euro, the British pound and the Japanese yen. The dollar also rose against the Mexican peso and fell against the Canadian dollar.YEST6 MO AGO 1 YR AGO -17.2 SnapInc A n20.27 +.37 -4.1 SnapOn 164.32 +.15 +31.4 SodaStrm 51.87 -.03 +3.6 SolarCap 21.56 -.13 -4.9 SonocoP 50.11 -.17 +26.0 SonyCp 35.32 -.04 +5.4 SourcC 37.88 +.07 +2.9 SoJerInd s 34.67 -.13 +1.2 SouthnCo 49.77 +.13 +14.9 SwstAirl 57.29 +.25 -36.8 SwstnEngy 6.84 -.19 -41.3 Spher3D gh .18 +.01 -33.1 SpiritRltC 7.27 +.08 -6.3 Sprint 7.89 +.55 +44.4 Square n 19.68 +.12 +4.6 SP Matls 51.99 +.03 +8.5 SP HlthC 74.82 +.33 +6.5 SP CnSt 55.05 +.04 +8.9 SP Consum88.65 +.51 -10.7 SP Engy 67.25 -.02 -.4 SPDR Fncl 23.15 +.09 +5.0 SP Inds 65.30 +.09 +13.6 SP Tech 54.92 +.32 +6.8 SP Util 51.88 +.18 +17.7 StanBlkDk 134.97 +.53 -3.3 Staples 8.75 -.10 -6.5 StarGas 10.06 +.07 +7.7 Starbucks s59.82 +.09 +2.8 StateStr 79.89 +.07 -4.8 StlDynam 33.86 -.03 -79.4 SteinMart s 1.13 -.57 -17.7 StoreCap 20.34 +.43 +12.5 Stryker 134.84 +1.30 -20.8 SubPpne 23.81 +.13 +11.3 SunCmts 85.24 +.94 +1.9 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The ruling has a far-reaching effect since several other counties statewide „ including Palm Beach in south Florida and Duval in northeast Florida „ have held similar referendums based on a 2009 change in law passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature. The owners of the track in Gretna contended that the change „ which was part of a gambling overhaul that allowed the Seminole Tribe of Florida to add blackjack to its casinos „ opened the door to local control over slot machines. This position, however, was rejected by Attorney General Pam Bondi and state regulators. Of“cials have refused to let the track install the machines. The court sided with Bondi and said track owners had misread the 2009 legislation, adding that the idea counties could allow slot machines was nowhere to be foundŽ in existing law. A county cannot initiate a referendum that will authorize the division to issue a license any more than the county could itself issue a slot machine gaming license,Ž Justice Charles Canady wrote for the court. Creek Entertainment Gretna opened the track in December 2011. The facility offers ”at track horse racing as well as poker rooms and betting on races held at other tracks. Sarah Bascom, a spokeswoman for Creek Entertainment, said the owners were disappointedŽ with the ruling, adding it meant that the track would be unable to create new jobs.Ž Gambling is supposed to be illegalŽ in Florida, but really isnt. Theres plenty of it around the state, often tucked away from theme parks and beaches in locations known mostly to locals and retirees who visit the state in winter. While the state lacks high-end casinos like Las Vegas, the Seminole Tribe operates several casinos, including Hard Rock hotels and casinos in Tampa and Hollywood. Dog and horse tracks are scattered statewide, but only those in south Florida have been permitted to install slot machines thanks to a 2004 constitutional amendment approved by voters. The tribe was given permission to offer blackjack back in 2010, but that provision is now the target of a separate lawsuit between the state and the Seminoles. During their recently concluded session, Florida lawmakers considered a major gambling bill that would have made it clear that tracks outside of Broward and MiamiDade counties could add slot machines. Senate Republicans backed the change, but House Republicans held “rm against the proposal, causing the gambling legislation to die once the session ended. Sen. Bill Galvano, the Bradenton Republican who sponsored the gambling bill, said the ruling may help legislators reach an agreement in 2018. This con“rmation of legislative authority removes a signi“cant obstacle in our negotiations with the Seminole Tribe, providing clarity that as we move forward the Legislature, rather than the courts, will determine what expansion looks like and where it takes place,Ž Galvano said.Florida Supreme Court turns down bid for slotsBy GARY FINEOUTASSOCIATED PRESS TALLAHASSEE „ A panel of the state Constitution Revision Commission deferred a decision Wednesday on how to follow open-government laws as commissioners undertake the once-every-20-years process of recommending changes to the Florida Constitution. At the same time, county supervisors of elections asked the commission to limit the number of amendments it puts before voters to avoid a long ballot in November 2018. The debate over the commissions rules Wednesday came amid weeks of public hearings aimed at getting suggestions from voters about how they would like to see the Constitution altered. The rules would govern how the commission conducts business once members begin in earnest the work of writing proposals. But the discussions are already proving to be a harder slog than some commissioners had anticipated. By the end of the “ve-hour meeting Wednesday, members of the so-called working group on the rules had made it roughly a third of the way through a draft of the rulebook, making another meeting necessary. Perhaps the highest-pro“le issue taken up Wednesday was how far to go in following the states open-meetings laws. Some commission members are hesitant about a proposal that would bar two members from privately discussing commission business, a standard that applies to many government boards across the state but not the Legislature. Supporters, like Roberto Martinez, an attorney who worked on a similar commission dealing with tax and budget issues a decade ago, argued that the constitution panel should follow the states widely admired Sunshine Law. For us to make an exception for this very important commission ... I think it would be anathema to the traditions of our state,Ž said Martinez, who spearheaded the push for a stronger open-records rule. Other members of the panel were more cautious. Some questioned whether the standard could be too far-reaching if it werent limited to proposals that have already been “led by commissioners „ meaning that discussion of any issue related to the Constitution could be barred. Brecht Heuchan, a Tallahassee GOP consultant close to Gov. Rick Scott, said he would like to preserve the possibility of conversations with other commissioners who have special knowledge in certain “elds. Im going to be against your proposal if it prohibits me (from) being smarter about things I dont know about,Ž he told Martinez. And Timothy Cerio, a former general counsel to Scott who has taken the lead on rules issues, suggested that following a tougher standard could change how commissioners „ some of whom support a stronger rule „ are already acting. But they have also, because we havent adopted rules yet, theyve had a lot of questions answered, theyve had a lot of comment that was outside the Sunshine, and thats going to stop,Ž he said. Ultimately, members decided to hold off on a decision and wait for a written proposal by the commissions staff incorporating some of the ideas ”oated at the meeting. Other issues also cropped up, some of which showed rifts that could form between members appointed by Scott; House Speaker Richard Corcoran, R-Land O Lakes; Senate President Joe Negron, R-Stuart; and Supreme Court Chief Justice Jorge Labarga. Attorney General Pam Bondi is automatically on the panel because of her position. The group adopted, on a divided vote, a recommendation requiring that a committee that will set the agenda for commission meetings include two members each from the lists of Scott, Corcoran, Negron and Labargas appointments. Bondi would also sit on the committee. Also on Wednesday, the Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections urged members to avoid putting too many ideas before voters in November 2018. Each amendment proposed by the commission will have to get the support of 60 percent of voters to take effect. In a letter to the commission, association President Chris Chambless raised the specter of the 2012 elections, which featured a slate of constitutional amendments, mostly proposed by the Legislature, that were blamed for helping create long lines at some polling places.State constitution panel wrestles with Sunshine LawBy BRANDON LARRABEENEWS SERVICE OF FLORIDA Focus on Florida

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Page 10 www.yoursun.com The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 TODAY / TONIGHTA p.m. t-storm or two Partly cloudy and humidHIGH 93 LOW 7260% chance of rain 15% chance of rainA couple of afternoon thunderstorms around92 / 7160% chance of rain SATURDAY GULF WATER TEMPERATUREA thunderstorm or two in the afternoon92 / 7060% chance of rain SUNDAYPartly sunny with a thunderstorm in spots90 / 7140% chance of rain MONDAYMostly cloudy with a thunderstorm or two90 / 7060% chance of rain WEDNESDAYMostly sunny89 / 7015% chance of rain TUESDAY 0-50 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 VENICE80911001019590Air Quality Index readings as of ThursdayMain pollutant: ParticulatesPunta Gorda through 2 p.m. Thursday Sebring through 2 p.m. Thursday Venice through 2 p.m. Thursday24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 0.00Ž Month to date 0.19Ž Normal month to date 1.18Ž Year to date 4.40Ž Normal year to date 10.72Ž Record 1.19Ž (1978) 24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 0.00Ž 24 hours through 2 p.m. Thu. 0.28Ž Month to date 0.89Ž Normal month to date 1.01Ž Year to date 5.18Ž Normal year to date 11.98Ž Record 1.19Ž (1969) High/Low 93/70 Normal High/Low 90/67 Record High 97 (1981) Record Low 54 (1973) High/Low 92/71 High/Low 91/72 Normal High/Low 87/68 Record High 96 (2003) Record Low 60 (2014)Pollen Index readings as of Thursday MONTHLY RAINFALLMonth 2017 2016 Avg. Record/Year J an. 0.88 9.93 1.80 9.93/2016 Feb. 0.94 4.09 2.43 11.05/1983 Mar. 0.80 1.85 3.28 9.26/1970 Apr. 1.59 0.99 2.03 5.80/1994 May 0.19 3.46 2.50 9.45/1991 J un. 14.19 8.92 23.99/1974 J ul. 7.68 8.22 14.22/1995 Aug. 7.81 8.01 15.60/1995 Sep. 7.77 6.84 14.03/1979 Oct. 4.04 2.93 10.88/1995 Nov. 0.05 1.91 5.53/2002 Dec. 0.44 1.78 6.83/2002 Y ear 4.40 62.30 50.65 (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 Sat.Apalachicola 86 73 pc 86 74 t Bradenton 91 76 t 90 74 t Clearwater 92 76 sh 91 75 t Coral Springs 89 79 sh 89 79 sh Daytona Beach 85 72 sh 86 70 pc Fort Lauderdale 87 78 sh 87 79 pc Fort Myers 93 75 sh 91 73 t Gainesville 92 69 pc 91 69 pc Jacksonville 87 68 pc 86 69 sh Key Largo 85 79 sh 85 80 pc Key West 86 78 pc 86 79 sh Lakeland 92 72 sh 93 70 t Melbourne 87 76 sh 88 75 pc Miami 89 78 sh 89 80 pc Naples 91 75 sh 90 74 sh Ocala 93 71 sh 91 70 t Okeechobee 88 71 sh 89 71 pc Orlando 90 70 pc 90 69 sh Panama City 87 72 pc 86 70 t Pensacola 86 74 pc 86 75 t Pompano Beach 87 79 sh 87 79 pc St. Augustine 84 73 sh 84 72 pc St. Petersburg 94 75 pc 93 74 t Sarasota 93 74 t 92 73 t Tallahassee 92 70 pc 90 69 t Tampa 95 77 pc 93 75 t Vero Beach 87 74 sh 88 73 pc West Palm Beach 86 78 sh 87 78 sh 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 11:43a 4:48a 10:00p 5:02p Sat. 12:15p 5:41a 11:32p 6:22p Today 10:20a 3:04a 8:37p 3:18p Sat. 10:52a 3:57a 10:09p 4:38p Today 9:36a 1:55a 7:23p 2:16p Sat. 9:59a 2:43a 9:35p 3:27p Today 12:15p 5:17a 10:32p 5:31p Sat. 12:47p 6:10a --6:51p Today 8:35a 1:43a 6:52p 1:57p Sat. 9:07a 2:36a 8:24p 3:17p ESE 8-16 1-2 Light ENE 7-14 1-3 ModerateFt. Myers 93/75 showers afternoon Punta Gorda 95/70 storms afternoon Sarasota 93/74 storms afternoon The Sun Rise Set The Moon Rise Set Minor Major Minor MajorThe solunar period schedule allows planning days so you will be fishing in good territory or hunting in good cover during those times. Major periods begin at the times shown and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. The minor periods are shorter. SUN AND MOON SOLUNAR TABLEForecasts and graphics provided by AccuWeather, Inc. 2017New May 25 First Jun 1 Full Jun 9 Last Jun 17 Today 2:17 a.m. 1:56 p.m. Saturday 2:57 a.m. 2:54 p.m. Today 6:39 a.m. 8:11 p.m. Saturday 6:38 a.m. 8:12 p.m. Today 12:55a 7:07a 1:19p 7:31p Sat. 1:41a 7:54a 2:06p 8:18p Sun. 2:27a 8:39a 2:52p 9:04p 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: 05/19/17 Today Sat. Today Sat. Today Sat. Today Sat.Albuquerque 66 43 s 71 49 s Anchorage 55 44 pc 57 44 pc Atlanta 89 68 t 89 69 pc Baltimore 90 60 t 70 54 pc Billings 60 39 pc 66 45 c Birmingham 89 70 t 89 69 t Boise 70 46 s 74 47 s Boston 81 51 pc 63 49 s Buffalo 60 44 pc 66 56 pc Burlington, VT 66 42 sh 65 43 s Charleston, WV 83 64 t 86 68 t Charlotte 89 67 pc 88 68 pc Chicago 56 50 sh 73 57 t Cincinnati 78 64 t 82 67 t Cleveland 62 53 pc 78 65 pc Columbia, SC 90 65 pc 91 68 pc Columbus, OH 78 59 pc 83 69 t Concord, NH 80 41 pc 71 41 s Dallas 87 69 t 75 63 t Denver 38 29 sn 56 34 pc Des Moines 56 50 r 67 47 t Detroit 65 49 pc 68 60 pc Duluth 53 36 s 45 39 r Fairbanks 64 45 sh 62 38 pc Fargo 63 38 pc 51 39 r Hartford 85 49 pc 73 46 s Helena 65 42 s 64 42 c Honolulu 85 73 pc 85 72 sh Houston 90 75 pc 87 72 t Indianapolis 77 65 t 83 65 t Jackson, MS 88 70 t 84 69 t Kansas City 75 53 t 65 47 t Knoxville 85 68 t 89 67 pc Las Vegas 83 64 s 89 69 s Los Angeles 83 60 s 85 63 s Louisville 84 70 t 87 71 t Memphis 88 72 t 85 68 t Milwaukee 52 46 c 65 55 r Minneapolis 55 44 pc 54 45 r Montgomery 92 69 pc 90 70 t Nashville 89 70 t 90 68 t New Orleans 86 73 pc 82 71 t New York City 88 56 pc 70 52 s Norfolk, VA 90 66 t 72 62 c Oklahoma City 77 52 t 68 48 pc Omaha 56 46 t 59 43 t Philadelphia 90 57 t 72 54 pc Phoenix 88 67 s 95 71 s Pittsburgh 76 55 pc 78 62 pc Portland, ME 77 44 pc 64 44 s Portland, OR 76 52 s 70 50 c Providence 87 52 pc 69 48 s Raleigh 91 69 pc 84 65 t Salt Lake City 62 46 pc 69 52 s St. Louis 80 70 t 83 60 t San Antonio 90 71 t 83 68 t San Diego 75 61 pc 77 63 pc San Francisco 77 53 s 77 52 s Seattle 70 53 s 67 50 pc Washington, DC 92 63 t 73 59 pc Amsterdam 61 50 c 63 49 sh Baghdad 111 78 s 99 68 s Beijing 100 65 pc 95 64 s Berlin 82 57 pc 63 51 c Buenos Aires 64 46 r 56 48 r Cairo 86 67 s 84 64 s Calgary 64 43 pc 63 43 sh Cancun 88 78 s 87 79 sh Dublin 59 45 t 59 46 t Edmonton 67 42 c 69 44 pc Halifax 71 46 pc 56 44 c Kiev 71 48 t 66 48 t London 60 46 t 62 48 t Madrid 73 46 s 79 54 s Mexico City 86 58 pc 87 58 pc Montreal 65 40 pc 64 45 pc Ottawa 62 40 c 64 46 pc Paris 60 46 t 64 47 t Regina 65 38 pc 68 41 pc Rio de Janeiro 75 69 r 79 70 c Rome 76 56 t 71 55 pc St. Johns 53 41 t 47 30 r San Juan 88 77 pc 88 78 pc Sydney 71 64 sh 71 59 r Tokyo 75 64 s 79 67 s Toronto 63 46 s 58 49 c Vancouver 63 49 pc 64 49 pc Winnipeg 66 42 s 66 42 cHigh .................... 96 at Sarasota, FLLow .................... 20 at Big Piney, WY(For the 48 contiguous states yesterday)80Dense smoke from forest “ res in the nation caused unusual darkness at midday in New England on May 19, 1780. Q: Sheets and torrents describe what type of weather?A: Heavy rain 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 93/72 91/71 92/73 91/73 92/72 92/71 91/70 90/70 92/71 95/77 91/76 88/77 90/74 93/75 93/73 95/70 91/73 94/72 93/73 92/72 92/73 95/73 96/74 94/75 92/72 89/77 90/74 91/75 93/72 93/75 90/74 92/71 93/74 92/76 88/76 91/75 91/74 92/73 CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) „ More than 80 members of the United Blood Nation gang have been indicted as part of a “ve-state crackdown on gang activity, federal authorities announced Thursday. A news release from the U.S. Department of Justice said more than 600 federal, state and local law enforcement of“cers carried out the arrest warrants in Charlotte and other locations across North Carolina. Arrests were also made in South Carolina, Virginia, Florida and New York. Todays law enforcement action delivered a serious blow to the leadership structure throughout the ranks of this criminal organization,Ž U.S. Attorney Jill Rose said. And this is only the beginning.Ž A federal grand jury returned the indictments on Monday. Of the 83 people named in the indictments, of“cials said 27 are already behind bars and 10 are still at large. Prosecutors say gang members engaged in racketeering activity, including murder, attempted murder, narcotics distribution and “rearms possession. The indictment also says gang members engaged in bank fraud and wire fraud. Allegations contained in the indictment said that, beginning by at least 2009 and continuing until the present, the defendants were leaders and members of the UBNs Nine Trey Gangsters. Members engaged in racketeering activity, including murder, attempted murder, assault with a deadly weapon, robbery, narcotics distribution and “rearms possession. The indictment also says that some defendants engaged in bank fraud and wire fraud to generate proceeds to pay gang dues, maintain membership with the gang, discipline other gang members and to be promoted within gang leadership.Feds say 83 gang leaders, members arrested in 5-state raid presented byCultural Center of Charlotte CountyAll tickets sales are nal adno=717278 adno=716623

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Associated PressNEW YORK „ For Clevelands LeBron James, there was history. For Houstons James Harden, there was affirmation. And for Indianas Paul George and Utahs Gordon Hayward, a chance at signing contracts exceeding $200 million this summer is gone. James and Harden headlined the All-NBA first team that was unveiled by the league on Thursday. James made the first team for a record-tying 11th time, matching the mark set by Kobe Bryant and Karl Malone. And Harden was the only player to be unanimously selected by a global panel of sportswriters and broadcasters as a first-teamer this year, returning to that group for the third time in the last four seasons. Joining James and Harden on the first team were Oklahoma Citys Russell Westbrook, San Antonios Kawhi Leonard and New Orleans Anthony Davis. Westbrook, Leonard and Davis all are first-teamers for the second time. Harden was not an AllNBA team pick last season, after averaging 29 points, 7.5 rebounds and 6.1 assists, which prompted Rockets general manager Daryl Morey to tweet his reaction. Happy (at)James Harden was able to bounce back from his tough 29/8/6 performance last season to prove again he is one of the 15 best NBA players,Ž Morey wrote. James and Westbrook were on 99 first-team ballots, and second-team on the lone other. Leonard was a first-teamer on 96 ballots, second-team on three and third-team on one. Perhaps as significant a story as who made the team was who did not. George and Hayward fell well short of making any of the three All-NBA teams, which means they will not be eligible to get the supermaxŽ extensions from Indiana and Utah this summer and now will face more questions about their futures in their respective cities. George is under contract to the Pacers for next season, while Hayward is likely to elect to become a free agent this summer.By RICK STROUDTampa Bay TimesTAMPA „ The last interception Jameis Winston threw in 2016, his 42nd turnover in two seasons, was an example of what the Bucs and their quarterback can no longer do. Tampa Bay trailed 7-3 to Carolina and faced first and 15 from their own 18-yard line. Four receivers and a tight end were split from the line of scrimmage, including Adam Humphries, who was outside the numbers to Winstons left. Panthers cornerback James Bradberry backpedaled and was 15 yards in front of Humphries, who got a late break at the snap of the ball. Humphries ran a 5-yard stop route, but Winstons pass did not hit him between the numbers as planned. It was wide and bounced off Humphries left arm. Bradberry tipped the deflection with his right hand and made the pick, returning it to the Tampa Bay 15. It was the seventh, first quarter interception by Winston, whose accuracy and precision is a focus for the Bucs this off-season. Adam is a little late off the ball, the ball is a little (outside), it gets tipped and Bradberry picks it off, offensive coordinator/receivers coach Todd Monken said Thursday. Thats insulting. Thats insulting to coaching that we couldnt hit a 5-yard stop route to him right in the numbers. Thats on me first and on us because we got a turnover on a simple play. When youre asking about the turnovers, thats a part of it. Youve got to be (kidding) me. Thats where we have to get better. The simple things weve got to do better than anyone else or least try to. Lets be clear: the Bucs love Winston. They love his competitiveness and charisma. They love his arm strength and work ethic. He has been to a Pro Bowl. He won nine games last season. Friday, May 19, 2017 S PORTS www.yoursun.com www.Facebook.com/SuncoastSports € @SunCoastSportsWHERES THE DRAMA?Blowouts have been the rule in these NBA playoffs, featuring unbeaten Golden State and Cleveland. Page 6SEE BUCS, 3INDEX | Lottery 2 | NHL 2 | Golf 3 | MLB 4 | Scoreboard 5 | Sports Ticker 6All-NBAFirst team Guards: James Harden, Houston; Russell Westbrook, Oklahoma City. Forwards: LaBron James, Clevelad; Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio. Center: Anthony Davis, New Orleans. Second team Guards: Stephen Curry, Golden State; Isaiah Thomas, Boston. Forwards: Kevin Durant, Golden State; Giannis Antetokounmpo, Milwaukee. Center: Rudy Gobert, Utah. Third team Guards: John Wall, Washington; DeMar DeRozan, Toronto. Forwards: Draymond Green, Golden State; Jimmy Butler, Chicago. Center: DeAndre Jordan, L.A. Clippers.Yankees at Rays Who: New York (24-13) at Tampa Bay (21-22) When: 7:10 p.m. today Where: Tropicana Field, St. Petersburg TV/Radio: FoxSun/1070-AM Pitchers: (Severino 2-2) at (Ramirez 2-0)MLB: Rays Rays disable Miller, add MartinezBy MARC TOPKINTampa Bay TimesST. PETERSBURG „ The Rays placed second baseman Brad Miller on the 10-day disabled list on Thursday with a left abdominal strain and acquired utility man Michael Martinez from the Indians to take his place on the roster. The Rays dont expect Miller to be out long; rookie Daniel Robertson is expected to take over as the primary second baseman in his absence. Martinez, who had been designated for assignment by the Indians, was acquired for cash or a player to be named. Miller, who felt a tweak on Monday, was examined by Dr. Koco Eaton and underwent an MRI on Thursday. His DL move the first of his career „ is backdated to Tuesday, making him eligible to return as soon as May 26 in Minnesota. How he feels will be the determining factor, but the Rays dont expect an extended absence.NFL: BucsBucs aim for more precise WinstonAP PHOTOBuccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) th rows a pass against the Carolina Panthers during a game last season in Tampa. SEE RAYS, 2NBA: All-NBA SelectionsJames tops All-NBA teamAP PHOTOCleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James celebrates a basket against the Indiana Pacers during the second half April 20 in Indianapolis. By BETH HARRISAssociated PressBALTIMORE „ The Preakness has never been Todd Pletch ers race. Sure, its the middle jewel of the Triple Crown. But Pletcher has made a habit of skipping Baltimore in order to beat the pack to his home base of New York after the Kentucky Derby and await the Belmont. The Preakness position two weeks after the Derby is too soon for Pletcher. He prefers giving his horses more rest between starts. Hes 0 for 8 in the race, with his best finish being third with Impeachment in 2000. Of course, its become incumbent for the trainer of the Derby winner to bring the champ to Pimlico for a shot at making a Triple Crown bid. So Pletcher is here with Always Dreaming and hes enjoying himself in his customarily restrained way. Hes wolfing down crab cakes at every opportunity and offering up local restaurant tips to anyone who asks. HORSE RACING: Preakness StakesPletcher takes sure and steady approachAP PHOTOKentucky Derby winner Always Dreaming, ridden by exercise rider Nick Bush, walks past the starting gates Thursday after a workout at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. The Preakness Stakes is scheduled for Saturday. LeBron nets honor for 11th time SEE NBA, 3By RONALD BLUMAssociated PressNEW YORK „ Even talks to speed the pace of Major League Baseball games are going slowly. Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said management will speak some more with the players association before deciding whether to push ahead with initiatives to speed games in 2018. The average time of a nine-inning game is a record 3 hours, 5 minutes this season, up from 3 hours last year and 2:56 in 2015, Manfreds first season as comm issioner. Weve probably gone backwards a little bit,Ž Manfred said Thursday after an owners meeting.MLB: OwnersWith pace of game, even talks go slowlyManfred SEE MLB, 2SEE PREAKNESS, 3

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Martinez, 34, has played parts of seven seasons in the majors, and can play second and third base, shortstop and all three outfield positions. He is out of options so his stay could be short, but the Rays have been intrigued previously by his versatility. Plus, with SS Matt Duffy set back in his rehab, Martinez gives them additional experienced depth. To make room for Martinez on the 40-man roster, the Rays transferred LHP Xavier Cedeno to the 60-day DL. Another option to trading for Martinez would have been to promote top prospect Willy Adames from Triple-A, but the combination of his performance to this point in his first season at Durham „ .223 with two homers, 14 RBIs, .651 OPS „ and likely bench duty worked against him. Also, the Rays are planning to promote RHP Jose De Leon to Triple-A next week. He had two impressive outings at advanced Class A Charlotte after working his way back from a late-spring flexor issue. They do, however, have concern for shortstop Matt Duffy, who was rehabbing in Charlotte with De Leon. Duffy, who hasnt played since Tuesday, was to be evaluated today by head athletic trainer Ron Porterfield to determine a possible return.VINTAGE KIERMAIERAfter a brutal performance during the most recent homestand, Kevin Kiermaier showed dramatically that hes back to his old gold form in centerfield Wednesday with a home-run robbing catch for the final out of the 7-4 win. Those defensive miscues, I had no explanation for them,Ž Kiermaier said. I told all my teammates, I said, No excuses, its not going to happen again. Im going to get back to doing my normal things out there. And hopefully (Wednesday) was a testament of that.Ž Kiermaier said the degree of difficultyŽ wasnt quite as extreme as the similar catch he made Aug. 31, 2015 in Baltimore, but he was still pretty proud of his handiwork, leaping at the base of the 9-foot-high wall to rob the Indians Jason Kipnis. I chose to jump and thankfully caught the ball at the highest point,Ž he said. It was literally the perfect opportunity to make that catch, and I made it happen. It felt good to close out the game like that.Ž Manager Kevin Cash said none of the Rays lost confidence that Kiermaier would be back to his elite form. Kiermaier, who also has been hitting better, said hes just glad to show it. Baseball for whatever reason, goes through waves, and I was on the sandy bottom in the Kansas City series,Ž he said. But I feel good again, so Im not worried about that stuff.ŽALL-STAR COREY?With his ninth homer and another hit, Corey Dickerson continues to build an impressive case for selection „ since its hard for any Rays to win election „ to the American League AllStar team. Dickerson not only leads all DHs on the ballot, but he ranks among the overall AL leaders in hits (53), average (.335), multihit games (18), extra-base hits (23), total bases (96), doubles (12) and slugging percentage (.608). Plus he has a .382 on-base percentage. A mid-July trip to Miami would make for a nice reward, Dickerson said. Thats always a goal to be considered as one of the best players, or to be considered for your performance is pretty unique,Ž Dickerson said. You work hard, this game is really hard. Its humbling. So whenever you think about that, thats always a goal of a player to be an All-Star and to help a team win. I dont think about it because its still like a dream. Its something thats never happened to me, so its something I cant think about or fathom or worry about right now.ŽRAMIREZ EXCITEDErasmo Ramirez welcomes the chance to go back into the rotation in place of demoted Blake Snell, starting today against the Yankees. Im excited to be back and do my best because you never know whats going to happen, how many starts they are going to give me or what ideas theyve got,Ž he said. In 29 starts for the Rays, Ramirez is 13-6, 3.33, and in the 21 games when he gets at least two runs of support, he is 13-1, 2.86. Given that Ramirez hasnt thrown more than two innings or 28 pitches since April 26, his workload will be limited today as the Rays build him back up from relief work. Ramirez said the new role isnt that much different outside of getting back into a five-day routine. Its like being a long reliever, but starting the game,Ž he said. 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COLLEGE SOFTBALL Noon ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Marshall vs. Illinois, at Lexington, Ky. 2 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Notre Dame vs. California, at Auburn, Ala. 4:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Jacksonville St. vs. Georgia, at Tallahassee, Fla. 7 p.m. ESPN „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, North Carolina vs. Arizona St., at Oxford, Miss. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Longwood vs. Tennessee, at Knoxville, Tenn. 9 p.m. ESPN „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Wisconsin vs. Missouri, at Eugene, Ore. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Fresno St. vs. Michigan, at Seattle 11:30 p.m. ESPN2 „ NCAA Tournament, Regional, Lehigh vs. UCLA, at Los Angeles CYCLING 5 p.m. NBCSN „ Amgen Tour of California, Stage 6, at Big Bear Lake, Calif. (individual time trial) DRAG RACING 11 p.m. FS1 „ NHRA, Menards Heartland Nationals, qualifying, at Topeka, Kan. (same-day tape) GOLF 5:30 a.m. GOLF „ European PGA Tour, The Rocco Forte Open, second round, at Sicily, Italy 9:30 a.m. GOLF „ European PGA Tour, The Rocco Forte Open, second round, at Sicily, Italy 12:30 p.m. GOLF „ Champions Tour, Regions Tradition, second round, at Birmingham, Ala. 4 p.m. GOLF „ PGA Tour, AT&T Byron Nelson, second round, at Irving, Texas 7 p.m. GOLF „ Web.com Tour, BMW Charity Pro-Am, second round, at Greer, S.C. (same-day tape) 9 p.m. GOLF „ LPGA Tour, Kingsmill Championship, second round, at Williamsburg, Va. (same-day tape) HORSE RACING 3 p.m. NBCSN „ Black-Eyed Susan Stakes, at Baltimore MLB BASEBALL 2 p.m. MLB „ Milwaukee at Chicago Cubs 8 p.m. MLB „ Regional coverage, San Francisco at St. Louis OR Cleveland at Houston NBA BASKETBALL 8:30 p.m. TNT „ NBA Playoffs, Eastern Conference “ nals, Game 2, Cleveland at Boston NHL HOCKEY 8 p.m. NBCSN „ Stanley Cup Playoffs, Eastern Conference “ nals, Game 4, Pittsburgh at Ottawa SOCCER 12:55 a.m. (Saturday) FS1 „ FIFA U-20 World Cup, group play, Venezuela vs. Germany, at Daejeon, South Korea 3:20 a.m. (Saturday) FS1 „ FIFA U-20 World Cup, group play, Argentina vs. England, at Jeonju, South Korea 3:50 a.m. (Saturday) FS2 „ FIFA U-20 World Cup, group play, Vanuatu vs. Mexico, at Daejeon, South Korea DUNEDIN „ The Charlotte Stone Crabs open their longest homestand of the season at 6:30 p.m. today off a 7-1 loss Thursday evening to the Dunedin Blue Jays at Florida Auto Exchange Stadium. Charlotte (19-21) dropped three of four in the series with the Blue Jays. The Stone Crabs open the 10-game homestand with a threegame set against Jupiter before Daytona visits for four games beginning Monday. Dunedin (23-18) scored two runs in each of the third and sixth innings before breaking the game open with three runs in the eighth. Charlottes lone run came in the first inning when Brandon Lowe doubled with one out and Jake Cronenworth singled him home. Lowe went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles to lead Charlottes nine-hit attack. Troy Tulowitski and Andrew Guillotte each had two hits and RBI for the Blue Jays while Mike Reeves also had two hits. Starter Ryan Borucki leveled his record at 1-1 with the win. He pitched 5.1 innings and allowed six hits and the lone run with five strikeouts. Genesis Cabrera (3-4) was the starter and loser for the Stone Crabs, working 5.2 innings while giving up six hits and four run, only two earned with three walks and six strikeouts.MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Blue Jays 7, Stone Crabs 1Stone Crabs head home o loss MLB made proposals last offseason that players refused to accept for 2017, but management can unilaterally implement them for 2018. They include a pitch clock, limits on visits to the pitchers mound by catchers and restoring the lower edge of the strike zone from just beneath the kneecap to its pre-1996 level at the top of the kneecap. Union head Tony Clark and his members agreed only to one of the proposed changes for 2017: pitchless intentional walks. Weve had extensive conversations with Tony about a process for putting a series of meetings together to try to advance the ball on the pace-ofgame issues,Ž Manfred said. We remain committed to the idea ... there are things that can be done to try to improve on the pace-of-game topic. And we will continue to purse that agenda with Tony over the course of the season.Ž Here are other topics Manfred addressed:MARLINS SALEThere are two bidders, at least, for the franc hise. The bidders are in relatively the same place in terms of price, maybe minuscule differences, and they are in fact in the price range that (owner Jeffrey) Loria was looking for,Ž Manfred said. Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush leads one group, which includes former New York Yankees captain Derek Jeter, who would head the teams baseball operations. The other group is led by businessman Tagg Romney, son of former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, and includes Hall of Famer Tom Glavine. Loria bought the Marlins for $158.5 million in 2002 and is seeking to sell for approximately $1.3 billion, which would include the assumption of about $100 million in baseballrelated debt. More than $200 million in other debt associated with the team would be paid by Loria as part of the closing. The process is moving forward. Its really between the Marlins and the bidders,Ž Manfred said. At this point, two things need to happen. There needs to be a solidified financial structure presented to us so that were sure that we actually have a transaction that can move ahead, and there are certain documents, the most important of which are a purchase and sale agreement that need to be negotiated between the buyer and the seller. And well be ready to process the t ransa ction when those two things are completed.ŽEUROPEManfred remains hopeful MLB can play regular-season games in Europe for the first time in 2019. Major League Baseball had hoped to have European games in 2018, possibly between the New York Yankees and the Boston Red Sox at Londons Olympic Stadium, but decided there was not enough time to get plans in place. Its something wed really like to do in 2019,Ž Manfred said. I cant tell you we are going to do it. I cant give you a percentage, but we do think its time, whether its 2019 or shortly thereafter, that we play in Europe.ŽFACEBOOK TELECASTSFacebook will carry a live game nationally each Friday starting with Colorado at Cincinnati this week. The Facebook package of 20 games will use the broadcast feed of one of the involved teams. The Twitter feed of a game each Friday, which started April 7, will be moved to Tuesdays. Manfred called it really important for us in terms of experi menting with a new partner in this area.ŽMLBFrom Page 1 Todays Sun sports was produced with an earlier deadline than normal for production issues. Results of lottery numbers and games that came after deadline will appear in Saturdays edition.AP PHOTOTampa Bay Rays Brad Miller, right, hits an RBI-single off Cleveland Indians starting pitcher Carlos Carrasco in the fourth inning Monday in Cleveland.

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Part of the problem has been the Bucs didnt have many explo sive players around him. Mike Evans is a Pro Bowl player and Cameron Brate led all tight ends with eight touchdowns last season. Humphries caught 55 passes last year. The Bucs added Redskins free agent DeSean Jackson while drafting Alabama tight end O.J. Howard and Penn State receiver Chris Godwin. That should be enough targets to go with Doug Martin (when he returns), Jacquizze Rodgers, Charles Sims and Jeremy McNichols. Playing better around Winston will help Winston. Can we run the ball better, can you be ahead in games, can you get the ball out of his hands, in terms of quick game, so youre not holding it, so youre not under duress? Monken said. Can we be more consistent on the perimeter in terms of being in the right spots, which can add to that. So its all inclusive. And yet, its okay to punt. Weve got to end every possession with a kick. (Florida State coach) Jimbo Fisher used to say that all the time and weve either got to be kicking an extra point or weve got to be punting it. Its okay. But for a highly competitive player like he is, and if you go down the line of highly competitive quarterbacks, youll find a history of throwing interceptions because they want to make every play. All together that will help him move further as get the ball out quicker and do better things on the perimeter and he obviously learns a win can be throwing it away. As the emphasis has become precision and accuracy for Winston and the offense, the Bucs have begun charting every throw during off-season workouts and will continue to practice throughout training camp. Every single one of this throwsƒare charted on a scale of precise, accurate or off, quarterbacks coach Mike Bajakian said. I do that on a daily basis and tell them where they were and how they compared to the previous day. Well looked to compare that on our end with the ability to turn a receiver into a ball carrier. Our analytics guy is out there and I had him charting throws as just a barometer to know when maybe I need to pull off or add more, to know how many throws, kind of like a pitch count. I wanted to know a pitch count on a daily basis. Then as we talked about it and I talked about it with Dirk (Koetter) and coach Monken, we said, Hey, as long as youre charting them, lets chart the accuracy. Give them immediate feedback on a daily basis. I know thats something our quarterbacks looks forward to when we start our meeting. They want to know how they did. The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com SP Page 3BUCSFrom Page 1AP PHOTOCarolina Panthers defensive end Wes Horton (96) forces Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (3) to fumble during the first quarter of a game last season in Tampa. These opportunities dont come around very much,Ž Hayward said earlier this month. Thats why you hire an agent, to deal with this type of stuff.Ž All three teams have two guards, two forwards and one center. Harden and Westbrook were runaway choices at guard, James and Leonard were easy picks at forward. Davis barely held off Utahs Rudy Gobert for the first-team center spot, finishing with 343 points to Goberts 339. Davis appeared on 95 of the 100 ballots; Gobert appeared on 91. Other second-team picks along with Gobert were Golden States Stephen Curry and Bostons Isaiah Thomas at guard, and Golden States Kevin Durant and Milwaukees Giannis Antetokounmpo at forward. So many great players, so many players had great seasons,Ž Durant said. Its kind of hard to put guys on the first, second, third teams. So many guys played well this year. Just grateful to be a part of the list. Obviously I feel like I should be a first-team player, but it is what it is.Ž Third-team selections were Washingtons John Wall and Torontos DeMar DeRozan at guard, Golden States Draymond Green and Chicagos Jimmy Butler at forward, and DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers at center. Jordan edged Minnesotas KarlAnthony Towns for the final center spot by four points in the balloting. Finalists for other awards, including MVP, rookie of the year, defensive player of the year, sixth man, most improved player and coach of the year will be announced Friday night. All those awards will be announced in New York on June 26, and complete voting results will be released at that time.NBAFrom Page 1He never was a real charismatic, funny person,Ž mentor an d Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lukas said, but he always handled himself well.Ž And his horses even better. Pletcher has won Eclipse Awards seven times as the nations leading trainer, including four in a row. He has won nine Breeders Cup races and four Triple Crown races, while finishing second or third 13 other times. He was going to be good if he never met me,Ž said Lukas, the career leader with 14 Triple Crown victories, who employed Pletcher as assistant for seven years until he went out on his own in 1995. Always Dreaming has surprised Pletcher in how quickly the dark bay colt bounced back from his 2 -length victory in the Derby on May 6. He galloped miles on a warm, muggy Thursday and will jog on Friday because thats what we did the day before the Derby,Ž Pletcher said. The tank seems full and he seems eager to go,Ž he said. Always Dreaming is the first Derby horse Pletcher has run in the Preakness since Super Saver in 2010. That colt earned Pletcher his first Derby victory before finishing eighth in the Preakness. Never one to ignore lessons learned, Pletcher is using his experience with Super Saver to guide Always Dreamings preparation. He gave Super Saver a breeze „ or timed workout „ between the first two Triple Crown races. He didnt with Always Drea ming. The two weeks is a quick turnaround, and sometimes you dont know until they get in the stretch and you see what you have in reserve,Ž he said. Were just trying to keep it as simple as possible. Were not overthinking it. Were just letting the horse gallop and be happy.Ž Pletcher sent Always Dreaming to Pimlico three days after the Derby, wanting to give the colt known for some aggressive behavior in the mornings a chance to get used to his new surroundings well before race day. It was quiet around Pimlico last week, when Always Dreaming practiced standing in the starting gate and visiting the paddock area where he will be saddled indoors on Saturday. I like the way hes behaving around the barn,Ž Pletcher said. Hes quiet in the stall. When he gets on the track, hes strong but in a good way. We dont want to see him get too excited and step on himself.Ž Always Dreaming will have nine rivals in the race, including four that ran in the Derby. If the colt is showing an eagerness to compete again, so is Pletcher. I just want the race to get here,Ž he said. Hes doing so good.Ž Despite overseeing a stable that runs in races nationwide, Pletcher is single-minded in his approach with each horse in his barn. So dont even get him sta rted on talk of winning the Triple Crown. Lets hope that Sunday morning we wake up and have to think about that,Ž he said.PREAKNESSFrom Page 1By SCHUYLER DIXONAssociated PressIRVING, Texas „ Brooks Koepka leaned in for a closer look at his ball buried in deep rough when a critter he couldnt identify caused him to jump back with a bit of a startled look. His best guesses were a frog or rat, though he was too disoriented to be sure. It definitely wasnt a birdie, because Koepka was on his way to finishing with two straight bogeys after sharing the lead late in his opening round of the AT&T Byron Nelson on Thursday. A year after losing to Sergio Garcia in a playoff at the TPC Four Seasons, Koepka settled for a 3-under 67 and trailed co-leaders James Hahn and Ricky Barnes by three shots. It jumped out and I didnt know what was going on, freaked me out,Ž said Koepka, who needed help from a bevy of tournament volunteers and fans to find his ball while hitting two shots out of the thick grass and just missing a chip that would have saved par on the ninth hole, his last. I was so in amazement of what just happened, whether it jumped out, scared me. I couldnt see it because it ran underneath the grass again.Ž Matt Kuchar, Jhonattan Vegas, Jason Kokrak and Cameron Tringale shot 66, and top-ranked Dustin Johnson topped the group at 67, a stroke ahead of fourth-ranked Jason Day and Jordan Spieth, the No. 6 player competing in his hometown event. Masters and defending Nelson champion Garcia, ranked fifth, had three bogeys on the front nine and just one birdie in a 73 that left him tied for 93rd. The event is the last at TPC Four Seasons, ending the tournaments 35-year run in Irving. The tournament will move to the new linksstyle Trinity Forest Golf Club south of downtown Dallas next year. Tringale was the only player with a lower score than Johnson in a blustery afternoon round, while Hahn and Barnes played in slightly calmer conditions in the morning. It was blowing hard and it was gusty,Ž said Johnson, who has four top-10 finishes in seven previous Nelsons. I thought it was very difficult to judge the wind and control the ball. Felt like there were a lot of times I hit really good shots that didnt end up in good spots.Ž Using a mallet putter instead of his traditional blade, Spieth made a 10-footer for his second straight birdie on his 17th hole, the par-4 eighth. Normally one of the best putters on tour, the Dallas native was frustrated with that part of his game after missing the cut at the Players Championship last week. Its nothing crazy new,Ž said Spieth, whose best Nelson finish remains his tie for 16th as a 16-year-old amateur in 2010. It helps me line up a bit better and thats kind of been my struggle is lining the putter up where I want to. I just havent quite dialed in the speed yet.Ž Day birdied the par-4 11th when he chipped to 12 feet off a cart path behind the green after a 326-yard drive on the 309-yard hole. On the next hole, he had to bend his second shot around tree from the rough and saved par. Day eagled the par-5 seventh and curled in a 28-footer for birdie on 18. In this wind, I think everyones kind of scrambling,Ž said Day, whose first PGA Tour win came at the 2010 Nelson. I was not going to drop it all the way back onto the other side of the road. It was just in long grass and I wouldnt be able to flop it over. It was quite a simple shot. You just had to contact it correctly.ŽLEXI THOMPSON SHOOTS 65 TO LEAD KINGSMILL CHAMPIONSHIP: Lexi Thompson had six birdies in a seven-hole stretch and “ nished with a 6-under 65 on Thursday to take the “ rst-round lead in the Kingsmill Championship. Playing her third tournament since losing the ANA Inspiration in a playoff after being penalized four strokes for a rules violation that a TV viewer spotted, Thompson had a one-stroke lead over U.S. Solheim Cup teammates Gerina Piller and Brittany Lincicome and young American Angel Yin. Thompson played her opening nine in even par with a birdie on No. 11 and a bogey on No. 17, then birdied No. 1 and Nos. 3-7 on Kingsmill Resorts River Course. The second nine was pretty crazy,Ž Thompson said. I hit some great shots and rolled a few good putts, so de“ nitely helps out my con“ dence.Ž Thompson played alongside Piller and defending champion Ariya Jutanugarn. It always helps to see the other players in your group play well,Ž Thompson said about Piller. She played great today, too. She struck it very well and rolled a lot of great putts. Its something that we feed off each other with.Ž Jutanugarn shot a 72. SCOTT MCCARRON EAGLES 18TH FOR 65, SHARE OF TRADITION LEAD: Scott McCarron delivered another “ nishing eagle with the lead on the line. McCarron eagled the par-5 18th hole for a 7-under 65 and a share of the opening-round lead Thursday in the “ rst of the PGA Tour Champions “ ve majors. Lee Janzen, Jeff Sluman and Miguel Angel Jimenez joined McCarron atop the leaderboard at Greystone. McCarron, seeking his fourth PGA Tour Champions victory, had a big “ nish. I called bank shot out there from 245 (yards) and just one-hopped the back of the grandstands in there about 3 feet and was able to curl that one in,Ž he said. His eagle on the 54th hole at the Allianz Championship in February turned a one-stroke de“ cit into a win. Janzen had a run of six birdies and a bogey from holes 10-17 while Sluman and Jimenez closed with birdies on the 526-yard par 5. Its a hole youve got to take advantage of, youve got to make birdie,Ž McCarron said. If you can get it close and make eagle, its a good thing, and it always feels good to “ nish with an eagle.Ž Both Sluman and Jimenez mustered fourhole birdie streaks during their rounds.PRO GOLF ROUNDUPKoepkas late trouble leaves Hahn, Barnes atop NelsonAP PHOTOBrooks Koepka hits a ball out of the rough on the ninth hole during the first round of the Byron Nelson tournament Thursday at TPC Four Seasons Resort in Irving, Texas.

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Page 4 SP www.yoursun.com Friday, May 19, 2017 / The SunAMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEEAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY New York 24 13 .649 „ „ 6-4 W-2 13-6 11-7 Baltimore 23 16 .590 2 „ 4-6 L-2 13-3 10-13 Boston 21 18 .538 4 „ 6-4 W-2 12-9 9-9 Tampa Bay 21 22 .488 6 2 5-5 W-2 12-10 9-12 Toronto 17 24 .415 9 5 6-4 L-3 10-11 7-13x CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Minnesota 20 17 .541 „ „ 5-5 W-1 9-12 11-5 Cleveland 20 19 .513 1 1 4-6 L-2 8-10 12-9 Detroit 20 19 .513 1 1 5-5 W-2 11-8 9-11 Chicago 17 21 .447 3 3 2-8 L-3 8-8 9-13 Kansas City 16 23 .410 5 5 6-4 L-2 11-11 5-12 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Houston 29 12 .707 „ „ 9-1 W-4 14-6 15-6 Texas 22 20 .524 7 9-1 W-9 16-8 6-12 Los Angeles 22 21 .512 8 1 6-4 W-4 15-8 7-13 Seattle 19 22 .463 10 3 5-5 W-1 12-6 7-16 Oakland 17 23 .425 11 4 4-6 L-1 11-8 6-15ROCKIES 5, TWINS 1; TWINS 2, ROCKIES 0: Jose Berrios allowed two hits and struck out 11 over 7.2 innings as Minnesota beat Colorado, salvaging a split of an interleague doubleheader between the “ rst-place teams in the AL Central and NL West. TIGERS 6, ORIOLES 5: Victor Martinez hit a two-run homer off Dylan Bundy to put Detroit ahead in the “ fth inning, and the Tigers went on to win. J.D. Martinez hit a three-run shot in the third for the Tigers. RANGERS 8, PHILLIES 4: Ryan Rua hit a tiebreaking threerun homer and Texas stretched its MLB-best winning streak to nine games. The Rangers swept through an eight-game homestand against three teams, only their second time in franchise history to do that. PIRATES 10, NATIONALS 4: Adam Frazier had a careerhigh four RBIs, Josh Bell and John Jaso homered, and Pittsburgh rolled to a victory over Washington. Frazier hit a two-run double in the sixth inning and a two-run single in the seventh to help the Pirates pull away after Jasos solo home run in the “ fth inning broke a 4-4 tie. CUBS 9, REDS 5: Javier Baez hit a grand slam, Kris Bryant homered and Chicago completed a three-game sweep. Chicago outscored Cincinnati 25-15 in the series and has 23 wins in its last 28 games against the Reds. BREWERS 4, PADRES 2: Eric Sogard had his second fourhit game in three days and drove in three runs, leading Milwaukee over San Diego. Sogard is hitting .476 (10 for 21) with two homers since he was called up from Triple-A Colorado Springs on Friday.„Associated Press EAST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Washington 25 15 .625 „ „ 4-6 L-2 12-7 13-8 Atlanta 16 21 .432 7 5 5-5 W-3 6-8 10-13 New York 16 23 .410 8 6 2-8 L-7 8-12 8-11 Philadelphia 14 24 .368 10 7 2-8 L-4 8-8 6-16 Miami 14 25 .359 10 8 2-8 L-3 6-14 8-11 CENTRAL DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Milwaukee 24 18 .571 „ „ 8-2 W-3 12-11 12-7 St. Louis 21 17 .553 1 7-3 L-2 11-11 10-6 Chicago 21 19 .525 2 1 5-5 W-3 10-9 11-10 Cincinnati 19 21 .475 4 3 3-7 L-6 12-10 7-11 Pittsburgh 18 23 .439 5 5 4-6 W-2 10-8 8-15 WEST DIVISION TEAM W L PCT. GB WCGB L10 STR HOME AWAY Colorado 26 16 .619 „ „ 6-4 L-1 13-10 13-6 Arizona 24 18 .571 2 „ 6-4 W-3 18-8 6-10 Los Angeles 23 18 .561 2 „ 6-4 W-1 13-6 10-12 San Francisco 17 25 .405 9 6 6-4 L-1 11-10 6-15 San Diego 15 28 .349 11 9 2-8 L-3 8-12 7-16 AMERICAN LEAGUE Toronto (Sanchez 0-1) at Baltimore (Tillman 1-0), 7:05 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Severino 2-2) at Tampa Bay (Ramirez 2-0), 7:10 p.m. Texas (Martinez 0-2) at Detroit (Norris 2-2), 7:10 p.m. Cleveland (Bauer 3-4) at Houston (Morton 5-2), 8:10 p.m. Kansas City (Karns 2-2) at Minnesota (Santiago 4-2), 8:10 p.m. Boston (Sale 4-2) at Oakland (G raveman 2-2), 9:35 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Quintana 2-5) at Seattle (Miranda 3-2), 10:10 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Milwaukee (Espino 0-0) at Chicago Cubs (Butler 1-0), 2:20 p.m. Philadelphia (Hellickson 4-1) at Pittsburgh (Williams 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Anderson 2-4) at Cincinnati (Bonilla 0-1), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Gonzalez 3-1) at Atlanta (Dickey 3-3), 7:35 p.m. San Francisco (Moore 2-4) at St. Louis (Wacha 2-1), 8:15 p.m. Arizona (Walker 3-3) at San Diego (Weaver 0-4), 10:10 p.m. Miami (Nicolino 0-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Wood 4-0), 10:10 p.m. INTERLEAGUE L.A. Angels (Nolasco 2-2) at N.Y. Mets (deGrom 2-1), 7:10 p.m. THURDAYS GAMES AMERICAN LEAGUE Detroit 6, Baltimore 5 N.Y. Yankees at Kansas City, late Boston at Oakland, late Chicago White Sox at Seattle, late NATIONAL LEAGUE Pittsburgh 10, Washington 4 Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 5 Milwaukee 4, San Diego 2 Miami at L.A. Dodgers, late INTERLEAGUE Colorado 5, Minnesota 1, 1st game Texas 8, Philadelphia 4 Minnesota 2, Colorado 0, 2nd game Toronto at Atlanta, late WEDNESDAYS GAMES AMERICAN LEAGUE Tampa Bay 7, Cleveland 4 Detroit 5, Baltimore 4 N.Y. Yankees 11, Kansas City 7 L.A. Angels 12, Chicago White Sox 8 Seattle 4, Oakland 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Arizona 5, N.Y. Mets 4, 11 innings L.A. Dodgers 6, San Francisco 1 Pittsburgh 6, Washington 1 Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati 5 Milwaukee 3, San Diego 1 INTERLEAGUE Houston 3, Miami 0 Atlanta 8, Toronto 4 Texas 9, Philadelphia 3 Boston 5, St. Louis 4, 13 innings Colorado at Minnesota, ppd.ROUNDUP SCHEDULES TODAYS GAMES (All times Eastern) CUBS 9, REDS 5 CINCINNATI CHICAGO AB R H BI AB R H BI Hmilton cf 5 2 2 1 Zobrist rf 4 0 2 1 Cozart ss 5 0 2 1 Jay rf 1 0 0 0 Votto 1b 3 0 1 0 Bryant 3b 4 2 1 1 Duvall lf 4 0 1 2 Rizzo 1b 3 1 1 0 Suarez 3b 5 0 2 0 I.Happ lf 4 1 2 0 Schbler rf 3 0 0 0 Cntrras c 4 1 0 0 Stphnsn p 0 0 0 0 Russell ss 3 2 0 1 Gennett ph 1 0 0 0 J.Baez 2b 3 2 3 5 Lrenzen p 0 0 0 0 Lester p 2 0 0 1 Storen p 0 0 0 0 Rondon p 0 0 0 0 S.Trner ph 1 0 0 0 L Stlla ph 0 0 0 0 Peraza 2b 4 1 1 0 Densing p 0 0 0 0 Brnhart c 4 1 1 0 Uehara p 0 0 0 0 Garrett p 1 0 0 0 Almora cf 3 0 0 0 Kvlehan ph 1 0 0 0 B.Wood p 0 0 0 0 Alcantr rf 2 1 1 1 TOTALS 39 5 11 5 TOTALS 31 9 9 9 CINCINNATI 000 000 401„5 CHICAGO 500 130 00X„9 E„Bryant (6), J.Baez (6), Cozart (4), Suarez (2). DP„Cincinnati 3. LOB„Cincinnati 10, Chicago 8. 2B„Hamilton (4), Votto (10), Suarez (9), I.Happ (2). HR„Bryant (8), J.Baez (6). SF„Duvall (3), Lester (1). IP H R ER BB SO CINCINNATI Garrett L,3-3 4 5 6 6 4 5 Wood 1 2 3 1 2 0 Stephenson 1 0 0 0 1 1 Lorenzen 1 1 0 0 1 1 Storen 1 1 0 0 1 0 CHICAGO Lester W,2-2 6 6 3 3 1 5 Rondon 1 3 1 1 0 1 Duensing 1 2 1 1 0 1 Uehara S,1-3 1 0 0 0 0 2 Lester pitched to 3 batters in the 7th Duensing pitched to 3 batters in the 9th HBP„by Duensing (Votto). PB„Contreras. Umpires„Home, Ed Hickox; First, Jerry Meals; Second, Tom Woodring; Third, Ron Kulpa. T„3:03. A„36,023 (41,072).TIGERS 6, ORIOLES 5 BALTIMORE DETROIT AB R H BI AB R H BI S.Smith rf 4 1 2 2 Kinsler 2b 4 0 1 0 Mancini lf 4 0 0 0 Cstllns 3b 4 1 1 0 A.Jones cf 4 2 2 1 J.Mrtin rf 1 2 1 3 C.Davis 1b 3 1 1 2 V.Mrtin dh 3 1 1 2 Trumbo dh 4 0 0 0 Upton lf 4 1 1 0 Schoop 2b 4 0 1 0 Avila c 4 0 2 1 Flherty 3b 4 1 1 0 Collins cf 2 0 0 0 C.Jseph c 4 0 0 0 An.Rmne 1b 3 0 0 0 J.Hardy ss 4 0 1 0 J.Iglss ss 3 1 1 0 TOTALS 35 5 8 5 TOTALS 28 6 8 6 BALTIMORE 210 010 100„5 DETROIT 003 030 00X„6 DP„Baltimore 2. LOB„Baltimore 4, Detroit 6. 2B„Schoop (12), Avila 2 (6), J.Iglesias (8). HR„S.Smith (4), A.Jones (6), C.Davis (9), J.Martinez (5), V.Martinez (3). CS„ Collins (3). S„An.Romine (2). IP H R ER BB SO BALTIMORE Bundy L,5-2 6 8 6 6 4 3 Castro 2 0 0 0 3 0 DETROIT Zimmermann W,4-2 6 7 4 4 1 6 Hardy H,4 .1 1 1 1 0 0 Greene H,5 1.2 0 0 0 0 2 Wilson S,2-3 1 0 0 0 0 0 Umpires„Home, CB Bucknor; First, Manny Gonzalez; Second, Fieldin Cubreth; Third, Mark Carlson. T„2:53. A„32,455 (41,681).PIRATES 10, NATIONALS 4 WASHINGTON PITTSBURGH AB R H BI AB R H BI T.Trner ss 5 0 0 0 A.Frzer lf 5 2 3 4 Goodwin lf 3 0 0 0 Hrrison 3b 3 1 0 1 Heisey ph-lf 1 0 0 0 McCtchn cf 5 1 2 0 Harper rf 4 0 0 0 J.Bell 1b 3 1 1 2 Rendon 3b 2 1 0 0 F.Rvero p 0 0 0 0 D.Mrphy 2b 4 1 2 1 Barbato p 0 0 0 0 Kelley p 0 0 0 0 J.Osuna ph 1 0 0 0 Wieters c 4 1 1 0 Hudson p 0 0 0 0 Lind 1b 2 1 1 1 Jaso rf-1b 4 1 1 2 E.Rmero p 0 0 0 0 Mercer ss 3 0 1 1 Difo ph-2b 1 0 0 0 Hanson 2b 3 0 1 0 M.Tylor cf 3 0 1 0 LeBlanc p 0 0 0 0 Roark p 2 0 0 0 Ortiz rf 1 1 1 0 Treinen p 0 0 0 0 C.Stwrt c 4 2 2 0 Zmmrman 1b 2 0 1 0 Glasnow p 2 0 1 0 Ngoepe 2b 1 1 0 0 TOTALS 33 4 6 2 TOTALS 35 10 13 10 WASHINGTON 010 300 000„ 4 PITTSBURGH 202 013 20X„10 E„Glasnow (1), D.Murphy 2 (4). DP„ Pittsburgh 1. LOB„Washington 6, Pittsburgh 7. 2B„Lind (4), Zimmerman (16), A.Frazier (4), McCutchen (7). HR„D.Murphy (7), J.Bell (9), Jaso (3). CS„Mercer (3). IP H R ER BB SO WASHINGTON Roark L,3-2 5 8 7 7 4 3 Treinen .1 2 1 1 0 0 Romero 1.2 3 2 1 1 1 Kelley 1 0 0 0 0 0 PITTSBURGH Glasnow W,2-3 5 3 4 2 3 6 LeBlanc H,2 1.2 3 0 0 0 1 Rivero H,10 .1 0 0 0 0 1 Barbato 1 0 0 0 1 1 Hudson 1 0 0 0 0 2 Roark pitched to 2 batters in the 6th Umpires„Home, Bill Welke; First, Bruce Dreckman; Second, Mike Everitt; Third, Jordan Baker. T„3:17. A„27,728 (38,362).RANGERS 8, PHILLIES 4 PHILADELPHIA TEXAS AB R H BI AB R H BI C.Hrnan 2b 4 0 0 0 Choo dh 3 2 1 0 O.Hrrra cf 4 0 0 0 Andrus ss 4 1 1 1 Altherr lf-rf 4 1 2 0 Mazara rf 4 1 2 2 T.Jseph 1b 4 1 1 2 Chrinos c 4 1 1 1 A.Blnco 3b 4 0 1 0 Odor 2b 4 1 1 1 Sunders rf 2 1 1 0 Rua 1b 2 1 2 3 T.Kelly lf 2 0 1 0 Gallo 3b 3 0 0 0 Franco dh 3 1 1 2 Hoying cf 4 1 1 0 Knapp c 4 0 1 0 DShelds lf 4 0 0 0 Galvis ss 3 0 0 0 TOTALS 34 4 8 4 TOTALS 32 8 9 8 PHILADELPHIA 010 010 002„4 TEXAS 000 053 00X„8 DP„Philadelphia 1. LOB„Philadelphia 4, Texas 7. 2B„T.Kelly (3), Knapp (4), Andrus (9), Mazara (9). 3B„Saunders (2). HR„T. Joseph (6), Franco (6), Rua (3). CS„Rua (1). SF„Franco (3). IP H R ER BB SO PHILADELPHIA Pivetta 4.2 3 1 1 4 5 Rodriguez L,1-2 .2 6 7 7 2 1 Neshek .2 0 0 0 0 0 Benoit 1 0 0 0 1 2 Leiter Jr. 1 0 0 0 0 1 TEXAS Perez W,2-5 7 5 2 2 0 8 Claudio 1 0 0 0 0 2 Jeffress .1 3 2 2 0 0 Bush .2 0 0 0 0 0 WP„Perez. Umpires„Home, Mark Ripperger; First, Phil Cuzzi; Second, Vic Carapazza; Third, Tom Hallion. T„3:12. A„35,007 (48,114).ROCKIES 5, TWINS 1, 1ST GAME COLORADO MINNESOTA AB R H BI AB R H BI Blckmon cf 4 1 2 1 Dozier 2b 4 0 0 1 LMahieu 2b 3 0 0 0 Mauer 1b 3 0 1 0 Arenado 3b 3 2 1 1 Sano 3b 4 0 2 0 Mar.Ryn dh 2 0 1 2 Kepler rf 3 0 0 0 C.Gnzal rf 4 0 0 0 Grssman rf 1 0 0 0 Desmond 1b 4 0 1 1 K.Vrgas dh 4 0 0 0 Parra lf 4 0 0 0 J.Plnco ss 4 0 1 0 Amrista ss 4 1 1 0 Gimenez c 4 0 1 0 Wolters c 2 1 0 0 E.Rsrio lf 3 1 1 0 E.Escbr ph 1 0 1 0 Buxton cf 2 0 1 0 TOTALS 30 5 6 5 TOTALS 33 1 8 1 COLORADO 103 100 000„5 MINNESOTA 000 010 000„1 E„E.Rosario (1). DP„Colorado 1. LOB„ Colorado 3, Minnesota 9. 2B„Amarista (4), J.Polanco (9). 3B„E.Rosario (2). HR„ Arenado (10). SB„Buxton (4). SF„Dozier (1). S„LeMahieu (1). IP H R ER BB SO COLORADO Marquez W,2-2 5 4 1 1 2 3 Rusin 1.1 2 0 0 0 1 Ottavino H,13 .2 1 0 0 0 0 Dunn 1.2 1 0 0 1 1 Holland S,18-18 .1 0 0 0 0 1 MINNESOTA Santana L,6-2 7 6 5 5 4 3 Pressly 2 0 0 0 0 5 Ottavino pitched to 1 batter in the 8th Umpires„Home, Dave Rackley; First, Nic Lentz; Second, Alfonso Marquez; Third, Chad Fairchild. T„2:53. A„20,603 (39,021).TWINS 2, ROCKIES 0, 2ND GAME COLORADO MINNESOTA AB R H BI AB R H BI Blckmon cf 4 0 0 0 Dozier 2b 5 0 0 0 LMahieu 2b 4 0 0 0 Grssman lf 4 1 2 1 Arenado 3b 3 0 1 0 E.Rsrio lf 0 0 0 0 C.Gnzal dh 3 0 1 0 Sano dh 4 0 1 0 Desmond 1b 3 0 0 0 Mauer 1b 3 0 1 0 Parra rf 3 0 1 0 Kepler rf 3 0 2 1 Tapia lf 3 0 0 0 E.Escbr 3b 4 0 0 0 Valaika ss 3 0 0 0 J.Cstro c 1 0 0 0 Hanigan c 2 0 0 0 Buxton cf 4 0 0 0 Wolters ph-c 0 0 0 0 Adranza ss 3 1 2 0 TOTALS 28 0 3 0 TOTALS 31 2 8 2 COLORADO 000 000 000„0 MINNESOTA 100 100 00X„2 DP„Colorado 1, Minnesota 1. LOB„ Colorado 5, Minnesota 11. 2B„Mauer (6), Kepler (7), Adrianza (1). SB„Grossman (1). CS„Parra (2). IP H R ER BB SO COLORADO Chatwood L,3-6 5 5 2 2 5 4 Qualls 1 0 0 0 0 0 Oberg 1 1 0 0 0 0 Estevez 1 2 0 0 1 3 MINNESOTA Berrios W,2-0 7.2 2 0 0 1 11 Rogers H,11 .1 0 0 0 0 0 Kintzler S,11-12 1 1 0 0 1 0 HBP„by Berrios (Arenado), by Berrios (Desmond). WP„Berrios, Chatwood. Umpires„Home, Larry Vanover; First, Alfonso Marquez; Second, Chad Fairchild; Third, Nic Lentz. T„2:52. A„17,140 (39,021).BREWERS 4, PADRES 2 MILWAUKEE SAN DIEGO AB R H BI AB R H BI Sogard 2b 4 0 4 3 Margot cf 4 0 1 0 H.Perez lf 5 0 0 0 Cordoba ss 3 0 0 0 Aguilar 1b 3 0 0 0 Myers 1b 3 0 0 0 T.Shaw 3b 3 0 1 0 Solarte 2b 3 0 1 0 Do.Sntn rf 3 0 0 0 Renfroe rf 4 1 1 1 Pina c 3 0 0 0 Spngnbr lf 4 1 1 0 K.Brxtn cf 4 2 2 0 Schimpf 3b 3 0 1 0 Arcia ss 4 2 2 0 Torrens c 2 0 0 0 Davies p 1 0 0 0 Hedges ph 1 0 0 0 Thames ph 1 0 0 0 Cosart p 1 0 0 0 C.Trres p 0 0 0 0 Szczur ph 1 0 0 0 J.Brnes p 0 0 0 0 Qcknbsh p 0 0 0 0 Villar ph 1 0 0 1 Buchter p 0 0 0 0 Knebel p 0 0 0 0 Srdinas ph 1 0 0 0 J.Trres p 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 32 4 9 4 TOTALS 30 2 5 1 MILWAUKEE 000 010 201„4 SAN DIEGO 010 010 000„2 E„Cordoba (3), Torrens (1). DP„Milwaukee 2, San Diego 3. LOB„Milwaukee 7, San Diego 6. 2B„Sogard (3). HR„Renfroe (8). SB„K.Broxton (10). CS„Sogard (1). S„ Davies (3). IP H R ER BB SO MILWAUKEE Davies W,5-2 6 5 2 2 2 3 Torres H,8 1 0 0 0 0 1 Barnes H,6 1 0 0 0 0 2 Knebel S,3-4 1 0 0 0 2 3 SAN DIEGO Cosart 5 5 1 1 1 3 Quackenbush L,0-1 1 2 2 2 1 0 Buchter BS,2 1 1 0 0 0 0 Torres 2 1 1 0 2 2 Quackenbush pitched to 2 batters in the 7th HBP„by Cosart (Pina), by Torres (Torrens). WP„Cosart. PB„Torrens. Umpires„Home, Kerwin Danley; First, Adam Hamari; Second, Bill Miller; Third, Ryan Blakney. T„3:01. A„14,359 (42,302).BOX SCORES LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUEBATTING: Segura, Seattle, .359; Castro, New York, .351; Garcia, Chicago, .348; Trout, Los An geles, .341; Bogaerts, Boston, .338; Dickerson, Tampa Bay, .335; Judge, New York, .320; Cruz, Seattle, .319; Altuve, Houston, .311; Pillar, Toronto, .305; 1 tied at .301. RUNS: Judge, New York, 32; Castro, New York, 29; Lindor, Cleveland, 29; Gallo, Texas, 28; Gardner, New York, 28; Trout, Los Angeles, 28; Correa, Houston, 27; Pillar, Toronto, 27; Sano, Minnesota, 27; Springer, Houston, 27; 1 tied at 26. RBI: Cruz, Seattle, 36; Pujols, Los Angeles, 32; Sano, Minnesota, 30; Trout, Los Angeles, 30; Alonso, Oakland, 29; Judge, New York, 29; Cano, Seattle, 28; Garcia, Chicago, 28; 5 tied at 27. HITS: Castro, New York, 54; Dickerson, Tampa Bay, 53; Pillar, Toronto, 51; Garcia, Chicago, 49; Altuve, Houston, 47; Bogaerts, Boston, 46; Segura, Seattle, 46; Andrus, Texas, 45; Cruz, Seattle, 45; Trout, Los Angeles, 45; 2 tied at 44. DOUBLES: Moreland, Boston, 16; Travis, Toronto, 14; Betts, Boston, 13. ; Dickerson, Tampa Bay, 12; Pillar, Toronto, 12; Schoop, Baltimore, 12; Gomez, Texas, 11; Lindor, Cleve land, 11; Longoria, Tampa Bay, 11; CSantana, Cleveland, 11; 5 tied at 10.NATIONAL LEAGUEBATTING: Posey, San Francisco, .378; Zimmerman, Washington, .376; JTurner, Los Angeles, .372; Harper, Washington, .365; Cozart, Cincinnati, .352; Freeman, Atlanta, .341; Kemp, Atlanta, .339; Gyorko, St. Louis, .331; Blackmon, Colorado, .323; Murphy, Washington, .320; 1 tied at .319. RUNS: Harper, Washington, 42; Thames, Milwaukee, 37; Freeman, Atlanta, 35; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 33; Hernandez, Philadelphia, 30; Arenado, Colorado, 29; Hamilton, Cincinnati, 29; Votto, Cincinnati, 29; Zimmerman, Washington, 28; 2 tied at 27. RBI: Zimmerman, Washington, 38; Harper, Washington, 36; Reynolds, Colorado, 35; Votto, Cincinnati, 35; Goldschmidt, Arizona, 32; Shaw, Milwaukee, 32; Blackmon, Colorado, 31; Murphy, Washington, 31; 4 tied at 29. HITS: Blackmon, Colorado, 53; Zimmerman, Washington, 53; JTurner, Los Angeles, 51; Harper, Washington, 50; Myers, San Diego, 50; Murphy, Washington, 49; Hernandez, Philadelphia, 47. ; 5 tied at 46. DOUBLES: Zimmerman, Washington, 16; Arenado, Colorado, 13; JTurner, Los Angeles, 13; Bryant, Chicago, 12; Drury, Arizona, 12; Kemp, Atlanta, 12; Pollock, Arizona, 12; 9 tied at 11.MAY 191910: Cy Young won the 500th game of his career as the Cleveland Indians beat the Washington Senators, 5-4, in 11 innings. 1910: Boston beat the Pirates 6-3 for the “ rst time in 26 tries. 1942: Paul Waner of the Boston Braves got his 3,000th career hit off Pittsburghs Rip Sewell in a 7-6, 11-inning loss to the Pirates. 1956: Pittsburghs Dale Long hit a ninth-inning homer against the Chicago Cubs. It was Longs “ rst of eight straight games with a homer. 1962: Stan Musial of St. Louis became the NL career hits leader. The 41-year-old got a ninth-inning single for his 3,431st hit and moved past Honus Wagner. The Cardinals beat the Los Angeles Dodgers, 8-1. 1968: After hitting 10 home runs in six games, Frank Howard of the Washington Senators was stopped by pitcher Earl Wilson of Detroit, which won the game 5-4. 1981: Pittsburghs Jim Bibby gave up a leadoff single to Terry Harper of the Atlanta Braves, then retired the next 27 batters for a 5-0 one-hitter. Bibby also hit two doubles. THIS DATE IN BASEBALL RESULTS MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL By CHARLES ODUMAssociated PressATLANTA „ The Braves are looking for help at first base after losing Freddie Freeman for about 10 weeks due to a broken left wrist. President of baseball operations John Hart says he knows no player can replace the production lost by the injury to Freeman, who shared the major league lead with 14 homers and was hitting .341. Freeman was hurt when hit by a pitch from Torontos Aaron Loup during the fifth inning of an 8-4 victory over the Blue Jays on Wednesday night. Hart said losing Freeman is devastating news for the ballclub.Ž The Braves signed free agent James Loney to a minor league deal. Loney, 33, hit .265 with nine homers in 100 games for the Mets last year and was released from a minor league contract with Detroit this month. He is expected to join Triple-A Gwinnett. Coppolella said re-signing Ryan Howard, who was released from Gwinnett on May 8, was not an option. Jace Peterson, a utility player who has spent most of his time at the middle infield spots, started at first base in Thursday nights game against the Blue Jays. We couldnt find anybody that could do what Freddie does,Ž Coppolella said. He was arguably the best player in the whole league.Ž Hart said Freemans injury was especially tough with the historic year he was putting together.Ž Freeman ranks among the NLs top three in homers, runs, extrabase hits, slugging percentage and on-base percentage. The more disappointing fact is we had started playing good baseball as a team,Ž Freeman said. I never play this game for myself. I just come in every day to try to help this team win and get back to the playoffs because it has been four years. ... I could care less about personal statistics at this point.Ž Freeman, wearing a green cast, said he knows Loup did not intend to hit him with the pitch. He was just trying to get me out,Ž Freeman said. The best possible way to get me out is to throw inside. Id be the first one to tell you that. He was just trying to do his job, and one got away.Ž Freeman said he feared a break when first examined by assistant athletic trainer Jim Lovell on the field. Lovell told me to squeeze his hand and obviously I couldnt do it,Ž Freeman said. Surgery will be necessary. Rio Ruiz was recalled from Triple-A Gwinnett to start at third base against the Blue Jays on Thursday night. Im not going out there to do what Freddie Freeman does,Ž Peterson said. I dont think thats possible.Ž Ruiz played in five games with Atlanta last season. The 22-yearold was hitting .262 with four homers and 16 RBIs in 37 games with Gwinnett. Atlanta placed third baseman Adonis Garcia on the disabled list with Achilles tendinitis before Wednesdays game. The Braves hoped offseason addition Sean Rodriguez would have been the fill-in for Freeman this season, but Rodriguez may miss the full season with a shoulder injury sustained when a vehicle he was driving was rammed by a stolen police car in Miami on Jan. 28. Hart said an option is to move right fielder Nick Markakis to first base. Hart said that plan was not met with a lot of love.Ž Freeman has broken wrist, expected to miss 10 weeksAP PHOTOInjured Atlanta B raves first baseman Freddie Freeman wears a cast on his left wrist as he watches the teams game against the Toronto Blue Jays Thursday in Atlanta. Freeman was hit by a pitch Wednesday night.

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The Sun / Friday, May 19, 2017 www.yoursun.com SP Page 5SCOREBOARD PRO BASEBALLMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLAMERICAN LEAGUEEAST W L PCT. GB New York 24 13 .649 „ Baltimore 23 16 .590 2 Boston 21 18 .538 4 Tampa Bay 21 22 .488 6 Toronto 17 24 .415 9 CENTRAL W L PCT. GB Minnesota 20 17 .541 „ Cleveland 20 19 .513 1 Detroit 20 19 .513 1 Chicago 17 21 .447 3 Kansas City 16 23 .410 5 WEST W L PCT. GBHouston 29 12 .707 „ Texas 22 20 .524 7 Los Angeles 22 21 .512 8 Seattle 19 22 .463 10 Oakland 17 23 .425 11 Wednesdays Games Colorado at Minnesota, ppd. Houston 3, Miami 0 Tampa Bay 7, Cleveland 4 Detroit 5, Baltimore 4 Atlanta 8, Toronto 4 Texas 9, Philadelphia 3 Boston 5, St. Louis 4, 13 innings N.Y. Yankees 11, Kansas City 7 Seattle 4, Oakland 0 L.A. Angels 12, Chicago White Sox 8 Thursdays GamesGame 1: Colorado 5, Minnesota 1 Detroit 6, Baltimore 5 Texas 8, Philadelphia 4Game 2: Minnesota 2, Colorado 0 Toronto at Atlanta, late N.Y. Yankees at Kansas City, late Boston at Oakland, late Chicago White Sox at Seattle, late Todays Games Toronto (Sanchez 0-1) at Baltimore (Tillman 1-0), 7:05 p.m. L.A. Angels (Nolasco 2-2) at N.Y. Mets (deGrom 2-1), 7:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees (Severino 2-2) at Tampa Bay (Ramirez 2-0), 7:10 p.m. Texas (Martinez 0-2) at Detroit (Norris 2-2), 7:10 p.m. Cleveland (Bauer 3-4) at Houston (Morton 5-2), 8:10 p.m. Kansas City (Karns 2-2) at Minnesota (Santiago 4-2), 8:10 p.m. Boston (Sale 4-2) at Oakland (G raveman 2-2), 9:35 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Quintana 2-5) at Seattle (Miranda 3-2), 10:10 p.m. Saturdays Games Kansas City at Minnesota, 2:10 p.m. Boston at Oakland, 4:05 p.m. Toronto at Baltimore, 4:05 p.m. Cleveland at Houston, 4:10 p.m. N.Y. Yankees at Tampa Bay, 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at N.Y. Mets, 7:15 p.m. Texas at Detroit, 7:15 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Seattle, 10:10 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUEEAST W L PCT. GB Washington 25 15 .625 „ Atlanta 16 21 .432 7 New York 16 23 .410 8 Philadelphia 14 24 .368 10 Miami 14 25 .359 10 CENTRAL W L PCT. GB Milwaukee 24 18 .571 „ St. Louis 21 17 .553 1 Chicago 21 19 .525 2 Cincinnati 19 21 .475 4 Pittsburgh 18 23 .439 5 WEST W L PCT. GB Colorado 26 16 .619 „ Arizona 24 18 .571 2 Los Angeles 23 18 .561 2 San Francisco 17 25 .405 9 San Diego 15 28 .349 11Wednesdays GamesColorado at Minnesota, ppd. Houston 3, Miami 0 Arizona 5, N.Y. Mets 4, 11 innings L.A. Dodgers 6, San Francisco 1 Pittsburgh 6, Washington 1 Atlanta 8, Toronto 4 Chicago Cubs 7, Cincinnati 5 Texas 9, Philadelphia 3 Boston 5, St. Louis 4, 13 innings Milwaukee 3, San Diego 1Thursdays GamesPittsburgh 10, Washington 4 Game 1: Colorado 5, Minnesota 1Texas 8, Philadelphia 4 Chicago Cubs 9, Cincinnati 5 Milwaukee 4, San Diego 2 Game 2: Minnesota 2, Colorado 0Toronto at Atlanta, late Miami at L.A. Dodgers, lateTodays GamesMilwaukee (Espino 0-0) at Chicago Cubs (Butler 1-0), 2:20 p.m. Philadelphia (Hellickson 4-1) at Pittsburgh (Williams 2-2), 7:05 p.m. Colorado (Anderson 2-4) at Cincinnati (Bonilla 0-1), 7:10 p.m. L.A. Angels (Nolasco 2-2) at N.Y. Mets (deGrom 2-1), 7:10 p.m. Washington (Gonzalez 3-1) at Atlanta (Dickey 3-3), 7:35 p.m. San Francisco (Moore 2-4) at St. Louis (Wacha 2-1), 8:15 p.m. Arizona (Walker 3-3) at San Diego (Weaver 0-4), 10:10 p.m. Miami (Nicolino 0-0) at L.A. Dodgers (Wood 4-0), 10:10 p.m.Saturdays GamesMilwaukee at Chicago Cubs, 2:20 p.m. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 4:05 p.m. Colorado at Cincinnati, 4:10 p.m. Washington at Atlanta, 4:10 p.m. L.A. Angels at N.Y. Mets, 7:15 p.m. San Francisco at St. Louis, 7:15 p.m. Arizona at San Diego, 10:10 p.m. Miami at L.A. Dodgers, 10:10 p.m.HORSE RACINGPREAKNESS STAKES DRAWThe “ eld for Saturdays 142nd Preakness Stakes, with post position, horses name, jockeys name and odds: PP Horse Jockey Odds 1. Multiplier Joel Rosario 30-1 2. Cloud Computing Javier Castellano 12-1 3. Hence Florent Geroux 20-1 4. Always Dreaming John Velazquez 4-5 5. Classic Empire Julien Leparoux 3-1 6. Gunnevera Mike Smith 15-1 7. Term of Art Jose Ortiz 30-1 8. Senior Investment Channing Hill 30-1 9. Lookin at Lee Corey Lanerie 10-1 10. Conquest Mo Money Jorge Carreno 15-1 Trainers (by post position): 1, Brendan Walsh. 2, Chad Brown. 3, Steve Asmussen. 4, Todd Pletcher. 5, Mark Casse. 6, Antonio Sano. 7, Doug ONeill. 8, Ken McPeek. 9, Steve Asmussen. 10, Miguel Hernandez. Owners (by post position): 1, Gary Barber, et al. 2, Klaravich Stables and William H. Lawrence. 3, Calumet Farm. 4, Brooklyn Boyz Stables, et al. 5, John C. Oxley. 6, Peacock Racing Stables. 7, Calumet Farm. 8, Fern Circle Stables. 9, L and N Racing LLC. 10, Judge Lanier Racing. Weights: 126 each. Distance: 1 3/16 miles. Purse: $1,500,000. First place: $900,000. Second place: $300,000. Third place: $165,000. Fourth place: $90,000. Fifth: $45,000. Post time: 6:48 p.m. EDT.PRO BASKETBALLNBA PLAYOFFS All Times Eastern CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE CLEVELAND 1, BOSTON 0 Wednesday: Cleveland 117, Boston 104 Today: Cleveland at Boston, 8:30 p.m. Sunday: Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 23: Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. x-Thursday, May 25: Cleveland at Boston, 8:30 p.m. x-Saturday, May 27: Boston at Cleveland, 8:30 p.m. x-Monday, May 29: Cleveland at Boston, 8:30 p.m. WESTERN CONFERENCE GOLDEN STATE 2, SAN ANTONIO 0 May 14: Golden State 113, San Antonio 111Tuesday: Golden State 136, San Antonio 100Saturday: Golden State at San Antonio, 9 p.m.Monday: Golden State at San Antonio, 9 p.m.x-Wednesday, May 24: San Antonio at Golden State, 9 p.m.x-Friday, May 26: Golden State at San Antonio, 9 p.m. x-Sunday, May 28: San Antonio at Golden State, 9 p.m.ALL-NBA TEAMS(Voting on a 5-3-1 basis by a global panel of 100 sportswriters and broadcasters) First Team 1st 2nd 3rd Total G James Harden, HOU 100 „ „ 500 F LeBron James, CLE 99 1 „ 498 G Russell Westbrook, OKC 99 1 „ 498 F Kawhi Leonard, SA 96 3 1 490 C Anthony Davis, NO 45 34 16 343Second TeamC Rudy Gobert, UTA 43 38 10 339 G Stephen Curry, GS 1 93 6 290 F Giannis Antetokounmpo, MIL „ 81 15 258 F Kevin Durant, GS 3 66 26 239 G Isaiah Thomas, BOS „ 71 23 236Third TeamF Draymond Green, GS 4 21 51 134 G John Wall, WAS „ 19 68 125 F Jimmy Butler, CHI „ 19 45 102 G DeMar DeRozan, TOR „ 4 50 62 C DeAndre Jordan, LAC 3 7 18 54Others receiving votes (“ rst-team votes in parentheses): Karl-Anthony Towns, Minnesota, (2) 50; Chris Paul, L.A. Clippers, 49; Marc Gasol, Memphis, (2) 48; DeMarcus Cousins, New Orleans, (2) 42; Paul George, Indiana, 40; Gordon Hayward, Utah, 27; Hassan Whiteside, Miami, 18; Kyrie Irving, Cleveland, 14; Klay Thompson, Golden State, 14; Nikola Jokic, Denver, (1) 12; Damian Lillard, Portland, 12; Paul Millsap, Atlanta, 3; LaMarcus Aldridge, San Antonio, 1; Blake Grif“ n, L.A. Clippers, 1; Al Horford, Boston, 1.WNBASTANDINGSEASTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct. GB Minnesota 2 0 1.000 „ Dallas 1 0 1.000 Los Angeles 1 0 1.000 Phoenix 1 1 .500 1 Seattle 1 1 .500 1 San Antonio 0 2 .000 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE W L Pct. GBMinnesota 2 0 1.000 „ Dallas 1 0 1.000 Los Angeles 1 0 1.000 Phoenix 1 1 .500 1 Seattle 1 1 .500 1 San Antonio 0 2 .000 2Thursdays GameMinnesota 90, New York 71Todays GamesPhoenix at San Antonio, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Washington at Los Angeles, 10:30 p.m.Saturdays GamesConnecticut at Indiana, 7 p.m. Minnesota at Dallas, 8 p.m.ODDSPREGAME.COM LINEMAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINEat Chicago Cubs -159 Milwaukee +149 at Pittsburgh -107 Philadelphia -103 Washington -145 at Atlanta +135 at Cincinnati -105 Colorado -105 at St. Louis Off San Francisco Off Arizona -134 at San Diego +124 at LA Dodgers -220 Miami +200American Leagueat Baltimore -121 Toronto +111 NY Yankees -121 at Tampa Bay +111 at Detroit -132 Texas +122 at Minnesota -120 Kansas City +110 at Houston -136 Cleveland +126 Boston -189 at Oakland +174 at Seattle -108 Chi. W. Sox -102Interleagueat NY Mets -151 LA Angels +141NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Playoffs TodayFAVORITE LINE O/U UNDERDOG Cleveland 5 219 at BostonSaturdayGolden State 6 212 at San AntonioNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Stanley Cup Playoffs TodayFAVORITE LINE UNDERDOG LINE Pittsburgh -114 at Ottawa +104 Updated odds available at Pregame.comTRANSACTIONSBASEBALLAmerican LeagueCLEVELAND INDIANS „ Traded 2B Michael Martinez to Tampa Bay for cash. TAMPA BAY RAYS „ Placed 2B Brad Miller on the 10-day DL. Transferred LHP Xavier Cedeno to the 60-day DL. TORONTO BLUE JAYS „ Suspend OF Kevin Pillar two games for yelling an anti-gay slur at a B raves pitcher.National LeagueATLANTA BRAVES „ Placed 1B Freddie Freeman on the 10-day DL. Recalled INF Rio Ruiz from Gwinnett (IL). CINCINNATI REDS „ Optioned RHP Barrett Astin to Louisville (IL). Recalled LHP Amir Garrett from Louisville. Sent RHP Ne“ Ogando to Louisville for a rehab assignment. LOS ANGELES DODGERS „ Optioned INF/ OF Scott Van Slyke to Oklahoma City (PCL). Reinstated 1B Adrian Gonzalez from the 10-day DL. MIAMI MARLINS „ Voided the option of RHP Tom Koehler to New Orleans (PCL) and placed him on the 10-day DL. Assigned 2B Steve Lombardozzi outright to New Orleans (PCL).American AssociationFARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS „ Signed INF Ryan Pineda. Sold the contract of OF Keury De La Cruz to the Seattle Mariners. GARY SOUTHSHORE RAILCATS „ Released INF Jack Parenty. TEXAS AIRHOGS „ Signed LHP Josh Blanco and RHPs TJ Bozeman and Tyler Bremer. WINNIPEG GOLDEYES „ Signed C Mason Katz. Traded OF Devan Ahart to Southern Illinois (Frontier) for future considerations. Released C Conor Sullivan.Can-Am LeagueNEW JERSEY JACKALS „ Signed RHP Zach Arneson. QUEBEC CAPITALES „ Signed RHPs Frank Batista and Jaspreet Shergill and INFs Charlie Calamia, Phil Craig-St. Louis and Jordan Lennerton.Frontier LeagueRIVER CITY RASCALS „ Signed RHP Matt Chavarria. Released OF Ryan Fucci.FOOTBALLNational Football LeagueBUFFALO BILLS „ Signed CB TreDavious White. CLEVELAND BROWNS „ Signed DL Larry Ogunjobi. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS „ Signed S Malik Hooker. PITTSBURGH STEELERS „ Released LS Greg Warren and TE Ladarius Green.Canadian Football LeagueWINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS „ Released DB CJ Roberts.HOCKEYNational Hockey LeagueARIZONA C OYOTES „ Named Steve Sullivan assistant general manager and signed him to a multi-year contract. CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS „ Named Jeremy Colliton coach of Rockford (AHL). NEW YORK ISLANDERS „ Named Luke Richardson assistant coach.SOCCERUnited League SoccerLA GALAXY II „ Signed M Alejandro Covarrubias.COLLEGESBROWN „ Named Sal Mastriani volunteer assistant wrestling coach. CHARLESTON SOUTHERN „ Named Mike DeTerlizzi tight ends coach and video coordinator. EASTERN MICHIGAN „ Named Erin Kido interim athletic director. FLAGLER „ Named Blake Selland assistant mens basketball coach. FLORIDA GULF COAST „ Announced sophomore womens basketball G Kerstie Phills will transfer from Wagner. NORTHWESTERN „ Promoted Christie Sides to associate head womens basketball coach. OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN „ Named Meagan Anderson womens soccer coach. PRO HOCKEYNHL STANLEY CUP PLAYOFFSCONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE OTTAWA 2, PITTSBURGH 1May 13: Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1, OT May 15: Pittsburgh 1, Ottawa 0 Wednesday: Ottawa 5, Pittsburgh 1 Today: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 8 p.m. Sunday: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 3 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 23: Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 8 p.m. x-Thursday, May 25: Ottawa at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE NASHVILLE 2, ANAHEIM 1May 12: Nashville 3, Anaheim 2, OT May 14: Anaheim 5, Nashville 3 Tuesday: Nashville 2, Anaheim 1 Thursday: Anaheim at Nashville, late Saturday: Nashville at Anaheim, 7:15 p.m. x-Monday: Anaheim at Nashville, 8 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 24: Nashville at Anaheim, 9 p.m.AHL CALDER CUP PLAYOFFSDIVISION FINALS (Best-of-7; x-if necessary) EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION PROVIDENCE 4, HERSHEY 3May 6: Providence 3, Hershey 1 May 7: Hershey 3, Providence 2, OT May 11: Hershey 2, Providence 1, OT May 12: Providence 2, Hershey 1 May 14: Hershey 3, Providence 2, OT Tuesday: Providence 4, Hershey 2 Wednesday: Providence 4, Hershey 2NORTH DIVISION SYRACUSE 4, TORONTO 3May 5: Syracuse 3, Toronto 1 May 6: Syracuse 8, Toronto 5 May 9: Toronto 5, Syracuse 3 May 10: Toronto 3, Syracuse 2 May 13: Syracuse 5, Toronto 1 May 15: Toronto 2, Syracuse 1 Wednesday: Syracuse 6, Toronto 3WESTERN CONFERENCE CENTRAL DIVISION GRAND RAPIDS 4, CHICAGO 1May 3: Grand Rapids 4, Chicago 1 May 5: Chicago 7, Grand Rapids 3 May 6: Grand Rapids 4, Chicago 2 May 8: Grand Rapids 6, Chicago 3 May 13: Grand Rapids 5, Chicago 2PACIFIC DIVISION SAN JOSE 4, SAN DIEGO 1May 5: San Diego 2, San Jose 2, OT May 6: San Jose 5, San Diego 1 May 10: San Jose 4, San Diego 3, OT May 12 : San Jose 4, San Diego 3 May 13: San Jose 2, San Diego 0CONFERENCE FINALS EASTERN CONFERENCE PROVIDENCE VS. SYRACUSEToday: Syracuse at Providence, 7:05 p.m. Sunday: Syracuse at Providence, 7:05 p.m. Wednesday, May 24: Providence at Syracuse, 7 p.m. Friday, May 26: Providence at Syracuse, 7 p.m. x-Saturday, May 27: Providence at Syracuse, 7 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 30: Syracuse at Providence, 7:05 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 31: Syracuse at Providence, 7:05 p.m.WESTERN CONFERENCE SAN JOSE VS. GRAND RAPIDSSaturday: Grand Rapids at San Jose, 9 p.m. Sunday: Grand Rapids at San Jose, 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 24: San Jose at Grand Rapids, 7 p.m. Friday, May 26: San Jose at Grand Rapids, 7 p.m. x-Saturday, May 27: San Jose at Grand Rapids, 7 p.m. x-Tuesday, May 30: Grand Rapids at San Jose, 10 p.m. x-Wednesday, May 31: Grand Rapids at San Jose, 10 p.m.GOLFPGA TOURAT&T BYRON NELSONThursday at TPC Four Seasons Resort Irving, Texas; Purse: $7.5 million; Yardage: 7,166; Par: 70 (35-35) FIRST ROUND James Hahn 32-32„64 Ricky Barnes 31-33„64 Matt Kuchar 33-33„66 Jhonattan Vegas 33-33„66 Jason Kokrak 31-35„66 Cameron Tringale 33-33„66 Bud Cauley 34-33„67 Brooks Koepka 35-32„67 John Huh 32-35„67 Sean OHair 34-33„67 Dustin Johnson 34-33„67 Peter Malnati 35-32„67 Ryan Armour 32-35„67 Jason Bohn 33-35„68 Billy Horschel 32-36„68 Jordan Spieth 33-35„68 Greg Chalmers 37-31„68 Marc Leishman 34-34„68 Michael Kim 34-34„68 Chad Campbell 32-36„68 Joel Dahmen 34-34„68 Byeong Hun An 34-34„68 J.J. Henry 35-33„68 Jason Day 35-33„68 Scott Piercy 32-36„68 Sung Kang 35-34„69 Morgan Hoffmann 36-33„69 Brett Stegmaier 34-35„69 Greg Owen 34-35„69 Billy Hurley III 34-35„69 D.A. Points 32-37„69 Rod Pampling 35-34„69 Jason Dufner 36-33„69 Nick Taylor 37-32„69 Sebastian Munoz 36-33„69 Seamus Power 36-33„69 Zac Blair 35-34„69 Ernie Els 37-32„69 Louis Oosthuizen 34-35„69 Kyle Reifers 36-33„69 Brendon Todd 36-34„70 Dominic Bozzelli 35-35„70 Charl Schwartzel 38-32„70 Gary Woodland 36-34„70 Ian Poulter 35-35„70 Danny Lee 35-35„70 Ken Duke 35-35„70 Daniel Summerhays 34-36„70 Stuart Deane 36-34„70 Zack Sucher 36-34„70 Patrick Reed 36-34„70 Beau Hossler 35-35„70 Nicholas Lindheim 36-34„70 Willy Wilcox 34-36„70 Steve Wheatcroft 35-36„71 Chad Collins 36-35„71 Brian Stuard 37-34„71 Smylie Kaufman 35-36„71 Seung-Yul Noh 35-36„71 Shawn Stefani 35-36„71 Kevin Tway 37-34„71 Xander Schauffele 37-34„71 Scott Brown 36-35„71 Spencer Levin 34-37„71 Kelly Kraft 35-36„71 Ryan Palmer 37-34„71 Michael Putnam 34-37„71 Alex Cejka 34-37„71 Bob Estes 34-37„71 C.T. Pan 34-37„71 Rick Lamb 34-37„71 Mark Hubbard 35-37„72 Jamie Lovemark 35-37„72 Ryan Blaum 37-35„72 Matt Every 37-35„72 Robert Streb 37-35„72 Charley Hoffman 33-39„72 Brandt Snedeker 37-35„72 Patrick Rodgers 34-38„72 Harris English 36-36„72 Charlie Beljan 37-35„72 Ollie Schniederjans 37-35„72 Brett Drewitt 37-35„72 Jonathan Randolph 36-36„72 Scott Stallings 36-36„72 John Peterson 38-34„72 Brian Gay 35-37„72 Tyrone Van Aswegen 33-39„72 Grayson Murray 35-37„72 Tom Hoge 36-36„72 Bryson DeChambeau 36-36„72 Sam Saunders 36-36„72 Carl Pettersson 38-35„73 Tim Wilkinson 38-35„73 Martin Flores 37-36„73 Boo Weekley 38-35„73 Chez Reavie 34-39„73 Will MacKenzie 35-38„73 Angel Cabrera 35-38„73 Ryan Brehm 34-39„73 Bobby Gates 34-39„73 J.J. Spaun 38-35„73 Graham DeLaet 39-34„73 Cameron Percy 35-38„73 Sergio Garcia 37-36„73 Nick Watney 36-37„73 Geoff Ogilvy 36-37„73 Matt Jones 35-38„73 Whee Kim 39-34„73 Julian Etulain 37-36„73 Freddie Jacobson 35-39„74 Michael Thompson 37-37„74 Y.E. Yang 36-38„74 Bryce Molder 35-39„74 Ryan Moore 38-36„74 Keegan Bradley 35-39„74 Gonzalo Fdez-Castano 36-38„74 Robby Shelton 35-39„74 Alex Moon 37-37„74 Richy Werenski 38-36„74 Sean Kelly 39-35„74 Ben Polland 39-36„75 Steven Alker 37-38„75 Anirban Lahiri 35-40„75 Shane Bertsch 37-38„75 Tony Finau 38-37„75 Hunter Mahan 38-37„75 Rory Sabbatini 38-37„75 Tag Ridings 39-36„75 Ryo Ishikawa 35-40„75 Bobby Wyatt 37-38„75 Fabrizio Zanotti 36-39„75 Brandon Hagy 39-36„75 Russell Henley 39-37„76 John Merrick 40-36„76 Max Homa 37-39„76 Trey Mullinax 36-40„76 Cody Gribble 38-38„76 J.B. Holmes 36-40„76 Stuart Appleby 38-38„76 Chris Stroud 36-40„76 Robert Garrigus 37-39„76 Miguel Angel Carballo 37-39„76 Kramer Hickok 37-39„76 Ben Crane 38-39„77 Tyler Aldridge 38-39„77 Brad Fritsch 40-37„77 Andres Gonzales 42-35„77 J.T. Poston 42-36„78 Brian Campbell 41-37„78 Mark Anderson 40-38„78 Paul Earnest 39-40„79 Austin Smotherman 41-38„79 Steven Bowditch 36-44„80 Hudson Swafford 44-37„81 Andrew Loupe 40-44„84 LPGA TOURKINGSMILL CHAMPIONSHIPThursday at River Course at Kingsmill Resort Williamsburg, Va.; Purse: $1.3 million; Yardage: 6,430; Par: 71 (36-35) FIRST ROUND a-denotes amateur Lexi Thompson 30-35„65 Gerina Piller 35-31„66 Brittany Lincicome 33-33„66 Angel Yin 32-34„66 Lydia Ko 33-34„67 Sarah Jane Smith 34-33„67 Giulia Molinaro 32-35„67 Jacqui Concolino 34-34„68 Karine Icher 34-34„68 Amelia Lewis 32-36„68 Vicky Hurst 36-32„68 Candie Kung 33-35„68 Moriya Jutanugarn 35-33„68 Minjee Lee 34-34„68 Su Oh 33-35„68 In Gee Chun 35-34„69 Shanshan Feng 36-33„69 Suzann Pettersen 36-33„69 Austin Ernst 35-34„69 Jessica Korda 34-35„69 Pernilla Lindberg 34-35„69 Sei Young Kim 35-34„69 Mirim Lee 36-33„69 Lindy Duncan 34-35„69 Ayako Uehara 36-33„69 Gaby Lopez 34-35„69 Ally McDonald 35-34„69 Sadena A Parks 33-36„69 Wei-Ling Hsu 36-33„69 Carlota Ciganda 33-36„69 Nelly Korda 35-34„69 Jenny Shin 35-34„69 Pavarisa Yoktuan 36-33„69 Brittany Altomare 37-33„70 Aditi Ashok 33-37„70 Brooke M. Henderson 33-37„70 Sung Hyun Park 35-35„70 Kim Kaufman 34-36„70 Brittany Lang 37-33„70 Laura Gonzalez Escallon 35-35„70 Mina Harigae 37-33„70 Lee-Anne Pace 36-34„70 Ryann OToole 36-34„70 Katherine Perry 34-36„70 Amy Yang 35-35„70 Marina Alex 37-33„70 Na Yeon Choi 35-35„70 So Yeon Ryu 34-36„70 Anna Nordqvist 36-34„70 Angela Stanford 36-34„70 Christina Kim 36-34„70 Jackie Stoelting 37-33„70 Madelene Sagstrom 38-32„70 Dori Carter 37-34„71 Katherine Kirk 36-35„71 Thidapa Suwannapura 36-35„71 Bronte Law 37-34„71 Perrine Delacour 35-36„71 Alena Sharp 36-35„71 Min Lee 34-37„71 Sherman Santiwiwatthanaphong 35-36„71 Nicole Broch Larsen 36-35„71 P.K. Kongkraphan 38-33„71 Mi Jung Hur 39-32„71 Katie Burnett 36-35„71 Karrie Webb 35-36„71 Tiffany Joh 35-36„71 Megan Khang 36-35„71 Sun Young Yoo 36-35„71 Mariajo Uribe 36-35„71 Emily Tubert 37-34„71 Caroline Hedwall 36-35„71 Kris Tamulis 37-35„72 Belen Mozo 37-35„72 a-Mariah Stackhouse 38-34„72 Cristie Kerr 37-35„72 Mo Martin 35-37„72 Eun-Hee Ji 36-36„72 Danielle Kang 39-33„72 Nontaya Srisawang 38-34„72 Demi Runas 37-35„72 Dana Finkelstein 35-37„72 Holly Clyburn 36-36„72 Alison Lee 38-34„72 Maria Parra 37-35„72 Simin Feng 37-35„72 Sakura Yokomine 38-34„72 Jing Yan 34-38„72 Ariya Jutanugarn 35-37„72 Caroline Masson 38-34„72 Azahara Munoz 35-37„72 Lizette Salas 37-35„72 Jane Park 38-34„72 Peiyun Chien 36-37„73 Jeong Eun Lee 37-36„73 Celine Herbin 35-38„73 Madeleine L Sheils 39-34„73 Cydney Clanton 38-35„73 Hee Young Park 37-36„73 Ola“ a Kristinsdottir 38-35„73 Laura Jansone 34-39„73 Pannarat Thanapolboonyaras 37-36„73 Mi Hyang Lee 38-35„73 Sandra Gal 36-37„73 Beth Allen 37-36„73 Lee Lopez 38-35„73 Mel Reid 36-37„73 Dani Holmqvist 36-37„73 Laetitia Beck 35-38„73 Sandra Changkija 36-37„73 Jaye Marie Green 38-36„74 a-Lauren E Coughlin 37-37„74 Maude-Aimee Leblanc 38-36„74 a-Kaylin Yost 35-39„74 Haru Nomura 39-35„74 Chella Choi 38-36„74 Sarah Kemp 39-35„74 Nasa Hataoka 36-38„74 Brooke Pancake 36-38„74 Becky Morgan 38-36„74 Jennifer Song 38-36„74 Jennifer Ha 37-37„74 Ashleigh Buhai 39-36„75 Ilhee Lee 34-41„75 Kelly Tan 39-36„75 Amy Anderson 39-36„75 Paula Reto 37-38„75 Stephanie L Meadow 34-41„75 Therese OHara 38-37„75 Cheyenne Woods 38-37„75 Karen Chung 39-36„75 Regan De Guzman 36-39„75 Min Seo Kwak 37-38„75 Wichanee Meechai 37-38„75 Joanna Klatten 36-40„76 Annie Park 38-38„76 Brianna Do 38-38„76 Marissa L Steen 40-37„77 Morgan Pressel 39-38„77 Yani Tseng 38-39„77 Kelly W Shon 43-35„78 Beatriz Recari 42-36„78 Julie Yang 38-40„78 Ssu-Chia Cheng 41-37„78PGA TOUR CHAMPIONSREGIONS TRADITIONThursday at Greystone Golf and Country Club; Birmingham, Ala.; Purse: $2.3 million; Yardage: 7,299; Par: 72 FIRST ROUND Lee Janzen 34-31„65 Jeff Sluman 33-32„65 Scott McCarron 33-32„65 Miguel Angel Jimenez 32-33„65 Kenny Perry 34-32„66 David Frost 34-33„67 Fred Funk 34-33„67 Scott Parel 34-33„67 Marco Dawson 32-35„67 Tommy Armour III 35-32„67 Jay Don Blake 37-31„68 Kevin Sutherland 34-34„68 Todd Hamilton 35-34„69 Brandt Jobe 36-33„69 Bart Bryant 36-33„69 Colin Montgomerie 35-34„69 Tom Lehman 34-35„69 Jay Haas 35-34„69 Rod Spittle 35-34„69 Roger Chapman 34-35„69 Duffy Waldorf 38-31„69 Wes Short, Jr. 34-35„69 Joey Sindelar 34-35„69 Jesper Parnevik 35-34„69 Bernhard Langer 35-34„69 Jose Maria Olazabal 37-32„69 Scott Verplank 36-34„70 Glen Day 36-34„70 Stephen Ames 37-33„70 Jerry Pate 38-32„70 Michael Allen 36-34„70 Scott Dunlap 34-36„70 David Toms 35-35„70 Brad Faxon 38-33„71 Russ Cochran 35-36„71 Esteban Toledo 33-38„71 Doug Garwood 36-35„71 John Daly 37-34„71 Vijay Singh 36-35„71 Steve Stricker 34-37„71 Brian Henninger 35-36„71 Billy Mayfair 34-37„71 Paul Broadhurst 35-36„71 Gene Sauers 36-35„71 Ian Woosnam 38-33„71 Larry Mize 36-35„71 Bob Tway 37-35„72 Kirk Triplett 35-37„72 Carlos Franco 37-35„72 Jeff Maggert 36-36„72 Kohki Idoki 38-35„73 Paul Goydos 37-36„73 Mark OMeara 37-36„73 Tom Byrum 37-36„73 Mark Calcavecchia 37-36„73 Corey Pavin 36-37„73 Willie Wood 36-38„74 Mike Goodes 35-39„74 Steve Pate 39-35„74 Larry Nelson 38-36„74 Jerry Smith 38-36„74 Loren Roberts 35-40„75 Woody Austin 36-39„75 Joe Durant 38-37„75 Rocco Mediate 38-37„75 Sandy Lyle 38-37„75 Jim Carter 37-39„76 Mark Brooks 36-40„76 Olin Browne 39-37„76 Bob Gilder 38-39„77 Gary Hallberg 40-37„77 Tom Kite 39-38„77 Tom Pernice Jr. 39-39„78 Steve Lowery 42-37„79 Joe Daley 39-40„79 Tom Jenkins 40-39„79 John Huston 44-36„80 Tom Purtzer 43-38„81 Brad Bryant 41-40„81 EUROPEAN TOURTHE ROCCO FORTE OPENThursday at Verdura Golf Club; Agrigento, Italy Purse: $1.11 million; Yardage: 7,217; Par: 71 (36-35) FIRST ROUND Sebastian Soderberg, Sweden 30-31„61 Michael Hoey, Northern Ireland 31-30„61 Zander Lombard, South Africa 31-31„62 Alvaro Quiros, Spain 32-31„63 Sebastian Heisele, Germany 32-31„63 Jbe Kruger, South Africa 33-30„63 Lee Slattery, England 33-31„64 Jose-Felipe Lima, Portugal 34-30„64 Li Haotong, China 30-34„64 Eduardo de la Riva, Spain 31-33„64 David Horsey, England 32-32„64 Julien Guerrier, France 31-34„65 Thomas Bjorn, Denmark 33-32„65 Marcus Armitage, England 32-33„65 Bradley Dredge, Wales 32-33„65 Laurie Canter, England 34-31„65 Eirik Tage Johansen, Norway 34-31„65AlsoDaniel Im, United States 35-31„66 Paul Peterson, United States 34-32„66 Mike Weir, Canada 34-33„67 WEB.COM TOURBMW CHARITY PRO-AMThursday at Greer, S.C. t-Thornblade Club: 7,024 yards, par-71 p-The Preserve at Verdae: 7,127 yards, par-72 f-Furman University Golf Club: 7,065, par-71 Purse: $700,000 FIRST ROUND Mark Anguiano 30-32„62f Andrew Yun 30-33„63t Blake Adams 34-30„64p Stephan Jaeger 33-31„64p Dawie van der Walt 32-32„64t Brandon Harkins 31-33„64f Sepp Straka 32-32„64t Zack Fischer 32-33„65t Tyler Duncan 30-35„65t Kyle Thompson 32-33„65f John Chin 32-34„66p Jeff Gove 31-34„65t Chris Baker 31-34„65t Abraham Ancer 32-33„65t Eric Axley 32-33„65f Augusto Nunez 33-32„65f Jack Maguire 33-34„67p Jonathan Hodge 33-33„66t Samuel Del Val 36-31„67p Albin Choi 32-34„66t Rafael Campos 32-34„66t Scott Harrington 32-35„67p Derek Ernst 33-33„66t Henrik Norlander 33-33„66t Xinjun Zhang 32-34„66t Brandon Crick 32-34„66f Erik Barnes 33-34„67p Anders Albertson 32-34„66t Ben Taylor 32-35„67p Brice Garnett 33-34„67p Vince Covello 32-34„66t Adam Long 34-33„67p Nick Rousey 34-32„66f Michael Johnson 32-35„67f Blake D. Trimble 35-33„68p Carter Jenkins 33-34„67t Brad Elder 33-34„67t Talor Gooch 31-36„67f Jamie Arnold 36-32„68p Ben Silverman 32-35„67f Dan Woltman 33-34„67f Guillermo Pereira 34-34„68p Christian Brand 36-32„68p Alexandre Rocha 34-33„67t Alex Prugh 34-33„67f Ted Potter, Jr. 35-33„68p Wade Bin“ eld 35-32„67t Martin Piller 33-34„67f Marc Turnesa 33-35„68p Jim Knous 32-35„67f Conrad Shindler 34-33„67f Chesson Hadley 35-33„68p Austin Cook 33-34„67t Eric Steger 31-36„67f Justin Lower 33-35„68p Craig Bowden 34-34„68t Ben Kohles 32-36„68f Matt Atkins 35-34„69p Nate Lashley 36-33„69p Rhein Gibson 34-34„68t David Skinns 34-34„68t Sebastian Cappelen 34-34„68f Seth Fair 32-36„68f Daniel Chopra 34-34„68t Sam Ryder 34-34„68f Andrew Landry 33-35„68f Keith Mitchell 33-36„69p Byron Smith 36-33„69p Alex Franklin 32-36„68t Nicholas Thompson 32-36„68f Brady Schnell 31-37„68f Shaun Micheel 33-35„68t Taylor Moore 33-35„68f Michael Gellerman 33-36„69p Chris Worrell 32-36„68f Ethan Tracy 34-35„69p Adam Svensson 35-33„68t Michael Hebert 35-34„69p Kyle Wilshire 34-34„68f Roberto Diaz 35-34„69p Luke Guthrie 34-35„69t Casey Wittenberg 35-34„69f Adam Schenk 31-38„69f Andrew Putnam 34-35„69f Chase Parker 33-36„69t Sean Dale 36-34„70p Jonathan Garrick 35-35„70p Scott Langley 33-36„69t Scott Gutschewski 35-34„69f Greg Yates 34-35„69f Alex Kang 34-36„70p Carlos Ortiz 34-35„69t Denny McCarthy 34-36„70p Steve Allan 31-38„69t Kent Bulle 34-35„69f Jim Renner 32-37„69f Sam Love 38-32„70p Bryan Bigley 35-34„69t A.J. McInerney 35-35„70p Roger Sloan 33-36„69t Sebastian Vazquez 34-36„70t George McNeill 35-36„71p Charlie Saxon 35-36„71p Armando Favela 37-33„70t Jason Gore 33-37„70f Timothy Madigan 34-36„70f Jeremy Paul 32-39„71p Rick Cochran III 37-34„71p Bryden MacPherson 35-35„70t Kyoung-Hoon Lee 35-35„70f John Mallinger 36-34„70f Rob Oppenheim 35-35„70f Vince India 36-35„71p Zecheng Dou 34-36„70t Corey Conners 33-37„70f Jimmy Gunn 39-32„71p Seth Reeves 34-36„70f James Driscoll 39-32„71p Parker McLachlin 34-36„70f Peter Tomasulo 38-33„71p Ken Looper 35-36„71p Chris Naegel 35-35„70t D.J. Trahan 35-35„70f Jacques Blaauw 32-38„70f Matt Davidson 36-35„71p Daniel Miernicki 34-38„72p Tommy Gainey 35-36„71t Jonathan Byrd 33-38„71f Justin Hueber 34-37„71f Dicky Pride 37-35„72p Curtis Thompson 35-36„71f Zihao Z. Chen 33-38„71t Nick Flanagan 36-35„71f Michael Schoolcraft 35-36„71t Aaron Wise 35-36„71f Puma Dominguez 35-36„71f Erik Compton 33-38„71f Alex Aragon 38-34„72p Justin Shin 34-38„72p Zach Wright 36-35„71f Jin Park 35-37„72p Andrew Svoboda 38-35„73p Michael Letzig 36-37„73p Matt Harmon 36-37„73p Frank Adams III 34-38„72t Chip Deason 36-36„72t Josh Teater 35-37„72f Tom Lovelady 35-37„72t Adam Cornelson 36-36„72t Tom Whitney 34-38„72f Ryan Yip 37-35„72t Chris Tidland 33-39„72t Brendon de Jonge 36-38„74p Lanto Grif“ n 41-33„74p Eric Meierdierks 37-36„73t Brett Quigley 37-36„73t Len Mattiace 35-38„73t Toni Hakula 36-37„73t Paul Barjon 41-33„74p Greg Eason 37-37„74f Wes Roach 38-37„75p Cameron Wilson 37-37„74fAUTO RACINGUPCOMING RACESAll Times Eastern NASCAR MONSTER ENERGY CUP ALL-STAR RACESite: Concord, North Carolina Schedule: Friday, practice, 1 p.m. (FS1), practice, 3 p.m. (FS1), practice, 6:05 p.m. (FS1), practice, 7:30 p.m. (FS1); Saturday, qualifying, 4:35 (FS1), race, 8 p.m., FS1. Track: Charlotte Motor Speedway (oval, 1.5 miles). Last year: Joey Logano. Last week: Martin Truex Jr. won his second race of 2017 in Kansas. Fast facts: This years All-Star race will feature three 20-lap stages with a 10-lap “ nale. ...Truex is 44 points behind Kyle Larson in the standings. But Truex has a pair of wins, “ ve stage victories and 15 playoff points. Truexs stage wins and playoff points are series highs. ...Jamie McMurray is “ fth in points despite not winning a race or even a stage. Next race: Coca-Cola 600, May 28, Charlotte Motor Speedway. Online: www.nascar.com NASCAR XFINITYLast week: Aric Almirola won in Talladega from the 23rd spot on the grid, by far the lowest of any series winner this year. Next race: Hisense 4K TV 300, May 27, Charlotte Motor Speedway, Charlotte, North Carolina. Online: www.nascar.comTENNISATP TOUR/WTA TOURINTERNAZIONALI BNL DITALIAThursday at Foro Italico, Rome Purse: Men, $4.77 million (Masters 1000); Women, $2.76 million (Premier). Surface: Clay-OutdoorMens Singles Third RoundAlexander Zverev (16), Germany, def. Fabio Fognini, Italy, 6-3, 6-3. Marin Cilic (6), Croatia, def. David Gof“ n (9), Belgium, 6-3, 6-4. Milos Raonic (5), Canada, def. Tomas Berdych (12), Czech Republic, 6-3, 6-2. John Isner, United States, def. Stan Wawrinka (3), Switzerland, 7-6 (1), 6-4. Novak Djokovic (2), Serbia, def. Roberto Bautista Agut, Spain, 6-4, 6-4. Juan Martin del Potro, Argentina, def. Kei Nishikori (7), Japan, 7-6 (4), 6-3. Dominic Thiem (8), Austria, def. Sam Querrey, United States, 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7). Rafael Nadal (4), Spain, def. Jack Sock (13), United States, 6-3, 6-4.Womens Singles Third RoundAnett Kontaveit, Estonia, def. Mirjana LucicBaroni (16), Croatia, 6-1, 6-1. Daria Gavrilova, Australia, def. Svetlana Kuznetsova (7), Russia, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4. Simona Halep (6), Romania, def. Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova (12), Russia, 6-1, 4-6, 6-0. Venus Williams (9), United States, def. Johanna Konta (5), Britain, 6-1, 3-6, 6-1. Kiki Bertens (15), Netherlands, def. Ekaterina Makarova, Russia, 7-6 (3), 6-1. Garbine Muguruza (3), Spain, def. Julia Goerges, Germany, 7-5, 6-4. Elina Svitolina (8), Ukraine, def. Mona Barthel, Germany, 3-6, 6-0, 6-0. Karolina Pliskova (2), Czech Republic, def. Timea Bacsinszky, Switzerland, 6-1, 7-5.Mens Doubles Second RoundBob and Mike Bryan (2), United States, def. Alexander and Mischa Zverev, Germany, walkover. Lukasz Kubot, Poland, and Marcelo Melo, Brazil, def. Florin Mergea, Romania, and Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi, Pakistan, 6-2, 6-3. Raven Klaasen, South Africa, and Rajeev Ram (6), United States, def. Oliver Marach, Austria, and Mate Pavic, Croatia, 6-3, 6-4. Henri Kontinen, Finland, and John Peers (1), Australia, def. Joao Sousa, Portugal, and Fernando Verdasco, Spain, 7-5, 7-5. Pierre-Hugues Herbert and Nicolas Mahut (4), France, def. Brian Baker and Nicholas Monroe, United States, 6-2, 6-7 (7), 12-10. Rohan Bopanna, India, and Pablo Cuevas, Uruguay, def. Feliciano Lopez and Marc Lopez (7), Spain, 4-6, 7-6 (7), 10-8.Womens Singles Second RoundAbigail Spears, United States, and Katarina Srebotnik (6), Slovenia, def. Eri Hozumi and Miyu Kato, Japan, 6-2, 7-5.

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Page 6 SP www.yoursun.com Friday, May 19, 2017 / The SunIN BRIEFMMAConor McGregor, UFC agree on Mayweather bout Conor McGregor has come to an agreement with UFC that has moved a proposed “ ght with Floyd Mayweather Jr. closer to reality. UFC President Dana White said he reached a deal with McGregor, MMAs biggest star and lightweight champion, and will now start negotiations on a mega “ ght with the retired Mayweather that could be one of the best selling “ ghts in history. Im not saying the “ ght will happen, but Ive got one side done. Now its time to work on the other,Ž White said. McGregor con“ rmed the contract for the boxing match in a statement to Themaclife.com.NFLStadium opening for Rams and Chargers delayedThe opening of the $2.6 billion football stadium under construction in Inglewood, California, has been pushed back one year to 2020 because of construction delays caused by Los Angeles uncommonly wet winter. Los Angeles Rams spokesman Artis Twyman con“ rmed the delay Thursday for the 70,000seat stadium, which will be shared by the NFLs Rams and Los Angeles Chargers. The massive project also includes a 300-acre entertainment district. The stadium was scheduled to open shortly before the 2019 NFL season but is now slated to open in the summer of 2020, the developers said in a statement.COLLEGE FOOTBALLCBS to carry Army-Navy through 2028 CBS will remain the TV home of the Army-Navy football game through 2028. CBS Sports and the service academies on Thursday announced a 10-year agreement that extends the networks media rights deal for the annual football rivalry game. The Army-Navy game has been aired on CBS every year since 1996. Army-Navy is more than a game, and its an honor to continue broadcasting this epic annual event,Ž CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus said in a statement.MLBCubs raise new ” ag to honor Jackie Robinson The Chicago Cubs have raised a new ” ag in honor of Jackie Robinson on the 70th anniversary of his “ rst game at Wrigley Field. His granddaughter Meta Robinson helped raise a white ” ag with Robinson 42Ž in blue letters on the right-“ eld foul pole hours before Thursdays game against the Cincinnati Reds. Robinsons “ rst appearance at Wrigley Field came on May 18, 1947, about a month after he broke the majors color barrier. „ Associated Press Associated PressOTTAWA, Ontario „ Mike Sullivan isnt in any hurry to announce who will start in goal for the Pittsburgh Penguins in Fridays critical Game 4 of the Eastern Conference finals against Ottawa. The defending Stanley Cup champions have relied heavily on Marc-Andre Fleury during their run to the NHLs final four, but he faltered in Game 3, allowing four goals in just over 13 minutes before being pulled for Matt Murray in a 5-1 loss that gave the Senators a 2-1 lead in the series. Sullivan doesnt plan on naming a starter until after his teams skate on Friday morning. Ive said all along, we have two great goalies,Ž Sullivan said Thursday. These guys have both helped us win games. Theyre terrific goalies, and were fortunate that we have these guys as part of our team.Ž Murray helped the Penguins to a championship last spring after Fleury was diagnosed with a concussion. He became the teams de facto No. 1 goalie throughout the course of the season but tweaked a lower-body injury during warmups before Game 1 of Pittsburghs first-round series against Columbus. Fleury stepped in and has played spectacularly at times during the playoffs as the Penguins knocked off the Blue Jackets and rival Washington, posting a shutout in a Game 7 victory over the Capitals. Fleury kept it going through the first two games against the Senators, including a 23-save shutout in Game 2 that evened the series and gave him 62 career playoff wins, the most among active goaltenders. The momentum came to a sudden and emphatic halt in the first period Wednesday night. The Senators beat Fleury four times on just nine shots, with all four goals coming from in close. Murray entered for the first time since April 4 and finished with 19 saves while shaking off the rust from his six-week layoff. I have no expectations,Ž Murray said. Either way, I have to be ready. Thats how I kind of, like, look at it. Ill be ready to go either way whatever coachs decision is, but Im not really hoping one way or the other. Its out of my control, so I dont really think too much about it.Ž Fleury, the winningest goaltender in franchise history, is 4-1 after a loss during the playoffs and was the primary reason the Penguins were able to oust the Presidents Trophy-winning Capitals.NHLFleury or Murray? Sullivan mum on goalies AP PHOTOSCleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James (23) drives to the basket as Boston Celtics guard Avery Bradley, left, and forward Gerald Green, right, try to defend during the fourth quarter of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals Wednesday in Boston. By TIM REYNOLDSAssociated PressThink back to the very first game of this NBA postseason: A one-point nail-biter of a win for Cleveland over Indiana, that outcome not getting decided until the final second. Hardly any have gone like that since. Dramatic playoff finishes have been very rare this year. Through 68 games, the average victory margin is 12.9 points. More than half of the 23 games in May have seen one team lead by 25 points or more. A postseason record has already been tied with four 4-0 sweeps „ all by Golden State and Cleveland, who are a combined 19-0 and en route to what seems like an inevitable third consecutive NBA Finals matchup. If you like blowouts, you love these NBA playoffs. Double-digit leads and wins are pretty surprising,Ž Cleveland coach Tyronn Lue said. But its just part of it right now.Ž They seem less surprising every day. Only eight playoff games this season have been decided by three points or less, while 40 have been decided by 10 points or more „ a rate significantly higher than the NBA average over the last 30 years. San Antonios blowout-filled postseason has included winning a game by 39 and losing another by 36, both without star forward Kawhi Leonard. And the lone upsetŽ in a series so far was fifth-seeded Utah topping the fourth-seeded Los Angeles Clippers in their first-round Western Conference matchup. Calling that an upset is a real stretch, since both teams finished the regular season 51-31. So many blowouts, it has surprised me a little bit,Ž Miami center Willie Reed said. Playoffs, the crowd intensifies, the games get a lot tougher. I can see why the home teams are blowing out teams, jumping on them early. But its happening a lot. Seeing 10-point games doesnt surprise me, but seeing the 20-point, 30-point games, that does.Ž Its certainly odd. But nobody seems to be complaining. Every ticket for every game has been sold so far; it was the fourth straight year all first-round games were sold out and the third straight year where all conference semifinal tickets were purchased. Combined viewership for playoff games across the leagues network partners „ ABC, ESPN, TNT and NBA TV „ is up 3 percent over last years pace, averaging 3.7 million. Turner is enjoying its best numbers for playoffs since 2014, the network saying its up 6 percent over last year with gains across all key demographics. Blowouts might have people leaving arenas before the final horn, but the at-home audience „ the main reason why the league has a new $24 billion television deal that is changing the financial landscape of the game „ remains strong. What you look at, it doesnt matter how many points you win by,Ž Golden State acting coach Mike Brown said. The top teams are predictably driving the storylines, as are stars like Clevelands LeBron James, Golden States Stephen Curry, Oklahoma Citys Russell Westbrook, Houstons James Harden and San Antonios Leonard. When those stars are matched up, like Westbrook vs. Harden were in the first round and Harden vs. Leonard were in the second round, the interest level rose accordingly. Although injuries derailed some teams „ Chicago seemed poised to knock off Boston before Rajon Rondo got hurt, the Clippers finished the first round without Blake Griffin, San Antonio was already without Tony Parker and saw its best hope in the West finals damaged when Leonard re-rolled his ankle, and Torontos slim chance against Cleveland got slimmer when Kyle Lowry turned his ankle „ the interest level isnt ailing. The top two teams in both conferences are the ones still playing now. Whether theyre close games or routs, the matchups now are the ones many probably have been waiting for. This is the best time of the year,Ž Golden State forward Draymond Green said. Every game matters. Every single possession matters. I love to play that way. When youre just out there playing and it doesnt mean anything, and whether youre good or bad, it does not matter. Its kind of boring to me. But every possession matters in the playoffs, every little detail. I love playing that way.ŽDomination SPORTS TICKERWheres the drama? Blowouts the rule in these NBA playo s, featuring unbeaten Golden State and ClevelandThe Warriors Stephen Curry, left, shoots past the Spurs Dewayne Dedmon during the first half of Game 2 Tuesday in Oakland, Calif.

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No deed restrictions! $274,900 Patty Gillespie Remax Anchor 941-875-2755 NORTH PORT 2509 Cartright LOVINGLY MAINTAINED 1500 SF 3/2/2 WITH ENCLOSED LANAI on FENCED CORNER LOT. Minutes to all amenities, schools, I-75. PAMPERED BEAUTY! ROOMY COMFORT! This house is devoted to everyday enjoyment in a choice neighborhood! $173,000 Patty Gillespie REMAX Anchor 941-875-2755 GreatDealsin theClassifieds!

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Also Have KING. 941-629-5550 PATIO BAR w/(2) shelves & 5 high back swivel stools. $100, OBO 941-833-8993 ROCKER/RECLINER La-Z-Boy, leather comfortable $195, OBO 941-580-4460 SECTIONAL 2Piece sectional w/rocker and ottoman sage $199 941-766-8562 TABLE BROWNBahama style table,4 chairs, with leaf 86Ž $275, OBO 941-505-1503 TABLE WITH WHEELS WHITE WITH DRAWER. LIKE NEW. $99 941-763-2581 TOY/STORAGE CHEST wood mid 1950s 27L 20w 19h/hinge top VGC $35 941-474-3194 TRUNK wood 3x18x15 restored.ex.cond. $55 941-235-2203 TV STAND Black with tempered glass shelves, $25, OBO 615-585-7436 6038 ELECTRONICS IPHONE 6 Unlocked Works Perfect obo $320, OBO 941-404-1822 LAPTOP ACER Works Great 4GB 500GB HD $ 175, OBO 941-404-1822 REFRIGERATER, FRIGIDAIRE White, 26.0 CU, H 68.50, W 35.88 D 31.75. Ice/water Dispenser. 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Page 10 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netFriday, May 19, 2017 DEAR DR. ROACH: My feet hurt me so much that I no longer want to live. I am a 63-year-old white female. I have Type 2 diabetes, since 2014. My podiatrist says that I have plantar fasciitis, osteoarthritis and foot neuropathy. I have all the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy and then some. My feet feel like I am walking on hot coals almost all the time. I would say there are only two days a month when my feet feel tolerable, and I cant “gure out why. My podiatrist cant either. I have been taking Metanx four times a day and 400-mg gabapentin three times a day. I cannot get any relief. Please help me! I am at my wits end, and the pain has driven me into a deep depression. Foot pain 24/7 has left me with no life. „ K.J. ANSWER: Any of the conditions you have can cause signi“cant pain, and I can understand how having all of them can make life miserable. It can be dif“cult to separate out which of your conditions might be most responsible for the pain. A s such, you may bene“t from a pain-management specialist. For example, you might not be on enough gabapentin: 900 to 1,200 mg, three times daily, often is necessary. Other medications are used in combination, but require individual evaluation. Finally, depression with chronic pain is common, and treating your depression likely will help your overall view of life, and maybe your pain as well. Dont despair; there is help available. DEAR DR. ROACH: I read your column every day; thank you so much for providing such valuable information. Could you please have your readers indicate their age and their gender when they have a medical question? „ M.T. ANSWER: I certainly encourage people to include their age and gender. Physicians use this information to make possible diagnoses more or less likely. Some people may just forget to do that, so I appreciate the reminder, M.T. However, some people may not be comfortable giving that information (although I only ever use initials, and will change those if asked), so I answer as best I can without that information. Many of my letters still come via U.S. mail, which makes it dif“cult or impossible for me to get in touch with writers. DEAR DR. ROACH: Im a 35-year-old man, and I take 6-MP for Crohns disease. My dog had a skin infection with MRSA. Do I need to be worried or do something different? „ P.G. ANSWER: Methicillinresistant Staphylococcus aureus is a bacterial species that is resistant to many common antibiotics. It used to be found mostly in hospitals, but has increasingly been prevalent in communities. It is not a surprise to me that it is found in house pets. MRSA is more dif“cult to treat than other bacterial infections; however, it is not necessarily more virulent than regular methicillin-sensitive Staph (meaning, just because it is resistant to the antibiotic, it isnt more likely to infect you or to cause severe disease). You dont need to take any more precautions than are rational for any skin infection: Wash your hands thoroughly after touching an open wound, and clean and disinfect surfaces that have been exposed. Keeping the dogs infected area covered may be dif“cult, but will help reduce the area of potential spread. The medicine 6-MP suppresses the immune system somewhat, so it is important for you to take precautions about any kind of infection, including MRSA. READERS: Recurring vaginal infections are often troubling to women. The booklet on that topic explains them and their treatment. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Roach Book No. 1203 628 Virginia Dr. Orlando, FL 32803 Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6. Can. with the recipients printed name and address. Please allow four weeks for delivery.Addressing the pain of peripheral neuropathyDr. Roach BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY adno=8606072

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Friday, May 19, 2017ads.yoursun.netE/N/C The Sun Classified Page 11 Dear Readers: As a world traveler, Ive learned a few tricks and tips to help you stay safe and sound on a trip to any part of the world. Ive accumulated a lot of frequent-”yer miles, so perhaps I can save you from some awkward moments. € If youre on a ”ight, boat or train and motion sickness is a problem, try a drink of half ginger ale and half club soda. It will help with the nausea. € Learn to travel with one suitcase (25 or 28 inches) and one carry-on. Life will be much easier with less to carry. € Forget to pack something? Check with the hotel before running to the drugstore. Many housekeeping departments have extra toothbrushes, razors, etc., and theyre usually free. € If it requires ironing, youre better off not packing it. € Stick to one basic color, such as black, gray or navy blue, then take other items that complement that color. Example, a navy pantsuit with pink or red blouse/tie. € When youre in a foreign country, ask locals where they eat dinner or lunch, and give it a try. € In your carry-on, always pack sunscreen, a hat, a few basic toiletries, any medications you take, a pair of ”ip-”ops or a pair of foldable slippers, a photocopy of your passport, camera charger and some clean underwear. Youll thank me if your luggage is lost! „ HeloiseAlmost freeDear Heloise: With so many hotels, restaurants and amusement parks going up in price, Ive found some free or inexpensive things to do with my children this coming summer: € Theres always the beach at the ocean or a public lake. Pack a lunch with fresh fruit and sandwiches. € Visit a festival in a neighboring town. € Contact a local library to see what it offers. Some have free summer reading programs that include workshops, movies, theater for children, puppet shows and much more. € Plant a garden together. It s also a learning session for kids to see where their food comes from. € See a movie. Many theaters have familyfriendly movies on weekday mornings for kids at greatly reduced prices. € Some of the chain hardware stores have free workshops on Saturday for kids to make a craft that they can keep. „ Samantha E., Evansville, Ind.Been there, done that!Hints from Heloise BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Make your business a part of it! Call 866.463.1638 adno=8606073

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Page 12 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netFriday, May 19, 2017 ARIES (March 21-April 19). The current cosmic bent will help you realize the wondrous power of saying no, setting a boundary and enforcing a limit. Such a gesture will make love stronger and life simpler. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You'll take back your time from the digital bandits. You won't answer the phone just because it rings or act on every electronic impulse demanding attention. You'll enjoy a few distractions „ distractions of your own choosing! GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Either your prayers will be answered, or that thing you do that's a little like p ra y in g will be linked to some interestin g results. Tonight, hone social skills, including the art of making a powerful entrance and a smooth exit. CANCER (June 22-July 22). For today, "Why?" is not the right question to ask. The question "How?" on the other hand, could change your life. It's also a lucky day for running into the exact people who know about the "how," and you should denitely take lots of notes. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You refuse to think of yourself as a victim of circumstance. There are alternatives to explore „ hard to see when you're invested in one way of being, but they are there nonetheless. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Sometimes all it takes is a sim p le decision to feel dierent. It's as thou g h you're an actor and the director has just walked up to you and told you to play the scene condent, empowered and ready to make the next winning move. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The potential for trouble lies in reacting to events in an emotional and unthinking way. Take a breath and be thoughtful and deliberate in your response instead and you'll avoid the trouble altogether. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Embrace the paradise of imperfect circumstances. Right now, exactly as you are, you're good enough to do what you really want to do, to the best of your ability. Also, you'll never be more read y Go! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). There are people you you're not happy around and yet can't avoid altogether. When you have to deal with them, involve others. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). If you contradict someone, or even yourself, the energy of conict will be ignited. This isn't necessary! Acknowledge the things you can't agree on. The validation may be all that's necessary to discharge the bad energy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You'll be given gifts today, although they may be disguised as other things. Your denition of the term "gift" will be thereby expanded. Whether something is a gift or a bane is best determined over time. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You know what fun is to you. Stick with that today and the smiles keep coming, whereas subscribing to other people's idea of fun might actually make you feel irritated, uncomfortable or worse. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 19). You are very much your own person this year, and you'll be shedding old myths and denitions. The next10 weeks will do wonders for your satisfaction at work and also for your social ties. July presents a fun challenge and the ideal teammate. November brings romantic proclamations. Cancer and Leo adore you. Your lucky numbers are: 9, 40, 2, 22 and 18. DEAR ABBY: I have been married for almost “ve years, and my husband and I recently decided to try to have a baby. I am really excited about the possibility of being a mom. My problem is, my parents and his parents dont want to be grandparents. I will be 30 this year, and they keep telling me I should wait until Im 40 to have kids. I have endometriosis, and I know if I wait too long it will be even harder to get pregnant. On top of all the pressure our families are putting me under, I just found out my sister has been married almost a year and hasnt told anyone. I dont want to disappoint our families or force something on them they are not ready for. Im not sure what to do now. I want my husband and me to be happy. Any advice would be appreciated. „ STRESSED OUT IN OHIO DEAR STRESSED: I know you want to be a good daughter, but you are allowing your parents (and in-laws) to weigh in on a decision that should be yours and your husbands alone. Your reason for not wanting to postpone motherhood makes sense. Understand that not everyone wants to be a grandparent and be glad youre “nding out upfront that the parents will not be baby-sitting. Many disappointed readers have written me after the fact to express their dismay when they realized it. Take from this the lesson that you must live your own life. And, by the way, so should your sister. If there are consequences from her elopement, she should experience them. But under no circumstances should you allow yourself to be dragged into her drama. DEAR ABBY: I have a wonderful husband I love deeply and cant imagine my life without. We have a beautiful marriage. We never “ght or really even argue. We have been together for 11 years and only during the last couple of years has he started doing something that troubles me. In the afternoon or evening, if I need to go to the store „ or anywhere for that matter „ he gets upset and gives me the silent treatment and doesnt want me to go. I trust him and let him do whatever he wants. I have never given him a reason to not trust me, so why does it make him so angry if I need to run to the store? I feel I deserve the same respect and trust that I show him. How do I make him see how much it hurts me for him to act like this? „ FEELING MISTRUSTED IN THE SOUTH DEAR FEELING MISTRUSTED: What you are describing is a red ”ag that if ignored could ruin your beautiful marriage. Your husbands insecurity and need to control you may stem from the fact that he has been hiding something from you. Tell him that you love him, but for the sake of your marriage, the two of you should go to couples counseling. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P .O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Contact Dear Abby at www. DearAbby.com or P .O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069. Woe unto you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye pay tithe of mint and anise and cumin, and have omitted the weightier matters of the law, judgment, mercy and faith: these ought ye to have done, and not to leave the other undone.Ž „ Matthew 23:23. How and why we do right is important. Do we follow the Lord with the right motivation? Lets be genuine. People need to see Jesus in His people. BIBLEReluctant grandparents veto couples plan to start a familyVenice Gondolier readers: Look for the puzzle solution in the Our Town section Dear Abby

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Friday, May 19, 2017ads.yoursun.netE/N/C The Sun Classified Page 19 Dear Car Talk: I have a 2003 BMW 325 with 158,000 miles that suffers from SOBS (sudden-onset billows of smoke). It happens only maybe once a month or so, but is very exciting. Imagine a James Bond car-chase scene, with a huge cloud of white smoke emerging from the tailpipe. After a short interval (less than a minute), the problem resolves. It can happen at startup, but more often its in the middle of a short commute or a long trip. When it happens, there is a noticeable loss of power. When the SOBS is not happening, there is no smoke at all from the tailpipe, and it will pass all emissions tests. I took it to my favorite hippie-Eurocar mechanic, and he drove it to lunch and back for a few days „ but, of course, he could not replicate the SOBS event. This is my daily car, but this condition is making me lose con“dence in it. Can you help? „ Art Well, Im not very impressed by the effort made by your hippie-Eurocar guy. Maybe his mind was on the Greek “nancial crisis and his future access to spanakopita. The “rst thing he needs to do is actually test for a bad head gasket. That takes more effort than driving the car to lunch a few times and giving you back the keys. What he should do is keep your car overnight. And before he goes home, he should put a pressure tester on your cooling system and run the car so it gets good and hot, and then shut it down. Then pump the pressure up to 20 pounds per square inch, and leave it overnight. If you have a bad head gasket or, even worse, a crack in the cylinder head, pressurizing the cooling system often will force coolant through the breach and into the cylinders. Sometimes you can smell the coolant; other times, itll combust and produce something youre familiar with, Art: sudden-onset billows of smoke. If the pressure test is inconclusive, there are other tests he can do. He can carefully monitor your coolant for a very slow leak. Or he can do a dye test that looks for combustion gases in the coolant. Id say a bad head gasket is the most likely cause of your SOBS, Art. But if your mechanic really investigates it, and concludes that the head gasket and cylinder head are “ne, then you go on to weirder explanations „ like the brakes. Now, Im sure youre wondering, How the heck can my brakes send voluminous plumes of white smoke out my tailpipe?Ž Im wondering that myself. Actually, what weve seen happen in rare instances is that the brake master cylinder can leak, and brake ”uid can drip into the power-brake booster. The power-brake booster is vacuum-operated. The vacuum comes from a hose thats connected to the engines intake manifold. So if you get enough brake ”uid in the power-brake booster, some of it can get sucked up into the manifold and sent into the cylinders. Maybe you go over a bump, or make a turn or stop, and a couple of thimblefuls of the ”uid get sucked into that vacuum hose and delivered to the cylinders. That would create plumes of white smoke, diminished performance and possibly even a desperate letter to some idiot car columnist. Your mechanic can check for that by pulling the master cylinder away from the power-brake booster and seeing if its wet back there. Of course, he wont be able to do this while hes eating lunch „ unless hes got three hands. If theres moisture back there, your master cylinder is leaking. And for a few hundred bucks, you co uld get a new master cylinder and be back in business. But unfortunately, its more likely to be the head gasket thats starting to fail. And when you “nd out what that costs to “x, you might decide to just order personalized J-BONDŽ license plates and embrace the smoke screen for a while. Best of luck to you, Art. Is engine noise in brand-new car normal?Dear Car Talk: I have a 2016 Ford Escape 1.6-liter EcoBoost. When started (with the engine cold), I hear a noise coming from the back center of the engine near the “rewall that lasts for 15 to 20 seconds. It sounds like a fan belt or an alternator bearing noise, but the dealer says it isnt. The dealer thinks it could be the EcoBoost. The car has only 4,700 miles on it. Any ideas would be helpful. „ Mary Lou EcoBoostŽ is the name of the engine family, Mary Lou „ its not a specific part. Its a collection of technologies (like turbo-charging and gasoline direct injection) that Ford calls EcoBo ostŽ for advertis ing purposes. So if your dealer thinks its your EcoBoost,Ž he thinks its your engine.Ž Its hard for me to know what it is without actually hearing it and trying to pinpoint it. It could be lifters or a timing-chain tensioner that is slow to get full oil pressure. It could be that theres a space where the exhaust manifold meets the exhaust pipe that quickly heats up and expands then quiets down. Or it could be something else entirely. My “rst suggestion is to leave the car at the dealership overnight. Then, in the morning, go back and have the service manager and a mechanic listen to it when you start it up. They may be guessing because they havent heard the noise and had a chance to pinpoint its location when the engine is really cold. If they hear the noise and brush it off by saying, They all do that,Ž then ask the dealer to go out to the lot with you and start a few other brand-new Escapes with the 1.6-liter engine. If none of the other Escapes makes the noise, then they have to look harder and “gure out whats wrong with yours and “x it. If the other Escapes all make the noise, too, then you can be the “rst on your block to start a public campaign to try to force them to change the name of the engine family to EcoNoise.Ž Good luck, Mary Lou. Got a question about cars? Write to Car Talk write to Ray in care of King Features, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803, or email by visiting the Car Talk website at www.cartalk.com.Bad head gasket can lead to SOBS Ask Ray Magliozzi Got a question about cars? On either side of the highway, crops were beginning to sprout. The ”at, boundless plains of the Midwest can be fertile ground for crops as well as beauty „ in certain seasons, at certain times. This was not one of those times. This trip to Indianapolis was plain boring, except for the fuel economy gauge. With the cruise control of the 2017 Chevy Cruze diesel set to the safer side of 80 mph, the mpg topped 46. If we were hitting that optimal fuel economy spot of just under 50 mph, we mightve averaged 50 mpg. But this was Indiana and we had to get out. Aside from the fuel economy, the 1.6-liter turbo diesel engine was unnoticeable on the highway. The thrum of road noise and spasms of wind, as well as the recurring scenery, kept the cockpit of the Cruze compact sedan as insulated as slumber. At idle, the engine noise was as noticeable as a quiet companion, but its a great trade-off for 240 pound-feet of torque. The only time we considered the diesel is when we passed the gas station „ two cents less than gas; no need to “ll up „ we were only 200 miles into our drive, and had about two-thirds of a tank left. The diesel was winning on all the fuel metrics. There may be no better car for the highway commuter concerned about fuel economy than the 2017 Chevy Cruze diesel. While the Cruze with the six-speed manual gets 52 mpg on the highway, better than any nonhybrid or plug-in, our model with the smart, smooth-shifting ninespeed transmission gets an EPA-estimated 47 mpg highway. Gas prices will rise, and the Cruze diesel will look even better. We cant talk diesel without bringing up the dirty elephant in the room: Volkswagen. Once VW was uncovered for cheating emissions tests and consumers by spewing illegal amounts of pollutants, many pundits forecast the end of diesels brief surge in the U.S. Instead, General Motors is doubling down on diesels in the Cruze, 2018 Cruze hatch, Chevy Equinox and GMC Terrain compact crossovers „ not just to woo disgruntled VW TDI owners, but to appeal to a small but loyal class of car buyer that prefers the greater torque and economy of diesel engines. Diesel engines are more ef“cient than gas engines in part because diesel fuel has more energy and the engines have greater compression ratios. All this means is more bang for the buck of every pump of the piston. On the other hand, diesel fuel can cost more in the winter, though it is typically more constant than gas, and cars with diesel engines can cost anywhere from $1,000 to $6,000 more than a gas counterpart. The Cruze diesel is about $2,500 more than a similarly equipped gas model. That extra coin gets you the second-best trim level Chevy offers, along with heated front seats with leather trim, remote start and other goodies. The Cruze diesel also has the nine-speed automatic transmission which isnt available with the gas engine. The Cruze is generally better-equipped than the competition at comparable trim levels, but the testers near-$29,000 tag erodes some of the fuel-ef“cient charm. You cant get the diesel for under $25,000, no matter how you package it. The Cruze sedan doesnt stand out much on the outside. It looks like a normal car with basic proportions favored by folks who doodle in the margins of grade-school notebooks. Thats not a bad thing, especially with the modern trend of expanding grilles into gaping cat“sh faces, or adding aesthetic ”ourishes with no function (Civic Hatch). The normalcy carries over inside, where it becomes a subtle-butde“ning positive. The use of space isnt as expansive as the class-de“ning Honda Civic, but the controls are conveniently placed and logically arranged. The 8-inch touch screen with MyLink is one of the better systems on the market, largely because the redundant steering controls mean you dont really need to use the touch screen. The icons are large, there are volume and tuning knobs, and climate control buttons. Chevy is doing away with native navigation in all but the Premier trim, instead opting for Apple CarPlay or Android Auto, which is far better than any automaker system. The only downside is the phone has to remain plugged in. The $1,125 leather package, which includes a heated and leather-wrapped steering wheel, makes it feel much more re“ned than the usual compact as budget car standard. The other competitive advantage that has fueled Chevys resurrection as a maker of good cars is the advanced safety technology bundled under the driver con“denceŽ package. Rear park assist, cross traf“c alert and blind zone alert are effective without being intrusive. My favorite feature in this package is the multicolor driver display in the instrument cluster. Its a clear dropdown menu between the gauges that lets you access just about everything offered in the touch screen without needing to take your hands off the wheel or eyes off the road for more than half a second. And its actually useful, instead of the technology-fortechnologys sake that is popping up in more and more cars.Auto review: 2017 Chevy Cruze Diesel sets high mark for highway mpgBy ROBERT DUFFERCHICAGO TRIBUNE TNS PHOTOThe 2017 Chevrolet Cruze Diesels 1.6-liter turbo diesel engine makes 240 pound-feet of torque and, with the 9-speed automatic, gets 47 mpg highway.

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Page 20 The Sun Classified E/N/Cads.yoursun.netFriday, May 19, 2017 The pictures you are looking at now of the bright red 1960 VW Karmann Ghia Cabriolet (convertible) has, as most 40or 50-year-old vehicles, an interesting background. Heres what I learned about it from the owners, Timothy TimŽ and Joanne Sullivan, new residents of Punta Gorda since midA pril of this year. They moved to Florida from Ridge“eld, Connecticut, after retiring, she in 2016, he this year for the usual reasons „ warm weather and being able to live on the water. Thats another hobby, boating and maybe golf. Joanne likes “shing, reading and maybe golf. After checking out other areas of the state, they decided the quality of life in Punta Gorda suited them j ust “ne, enough to buy land and have a new house built that will be completed around July. Joanne was raised in Yonkers, New York, and Tim grew up in Garden City, also in New York. This couple met, courted and “nally married, in 1980, later parenting a daughter, Carly who is a veterinarian working in New York City. Joanne was a physical therapist for many years, Timothy an environmental engineer, an occupation that involved traveling. While on a business trip in Clearwater, Florida, during 1990 he found the restored Ghia at a used-car dealer. He was impressed with the body design, its condition inside and out, plus a road test proving the engine, clutch and transmission worked OK, and the suspension was tight. A love at “rst sightŽ deal was made and a very bold Mr. Sullivan drove it to their home in Connecticut without any problems. The purchase mileage was 62,116. Currently its 75,062 which shows they enjoyed driving this very sporty car, usually with the top down, over the last 27 years. Other than normal maintenance and repair of some rust spots, the only real expense was for a new top. Some basic information about the drive line is the engine: a standard VW air-cooled model of 1192 cc developing 36 peppy horsepower when operating the 4-speed manual transmission shifting up and down to keep the RPM happy. When I asked Tim about You Auto Know: Like these new 60s Volkswagens UPCOMING EVENTS€ Today, 10 a.m. to noon there is a Limited Collector Car Display at Life Care Center, 450 Shreve St. Punta Gorda by Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region. Any 23 year-old, non-modified car/truck is welcome. Drivers must pre-register due to limited space. You need not be a member. Complimentary lunch is provided. Information 941-626-4452. € Saturday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 13th Annual Hibiscus Festival, 501 Shreve St. Punta Gorda (this year being held at the History Park) by the Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. Plenty to see and do, food and beverages available plus live music. This is our 12th year with this organization. Twenty-three-year-old, non-modified cars/trucks are welcome. Drivers must pre-register due to limited space. Call 941-626-4452. € Sunday, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Cass Cay Restaurant, Burnt Store Marina, 3200 Matecumbe Key Road, Punta Gorda. Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region will display a limited number of Collector Cars 1985 and older. Great place, water view, BOGO tasty food to those who bring their collector vehicle. Drivers must pre-register due to limited space. Call 941-6264452 or 941-636-9359. € Thursday, 4 to 7 p.m. Free Open Cruise In, Beef OŽ Bradys, 1105 Taylor Road, Punta Gorda assisted by Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. Open to all years, makes and model collector-type cars/trucks including modified. BOGO tasty food to show car participants. For information call Lee, 941-626-9359 € May 26, 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. River Commons Senior Living Community Memorial Day Open House 2305 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, Collector Car Display by Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America, SW Florida Region. All vehicles at least 23 years old are invited to pa rticipate. No need to be in VMCCA or any club, just show up. For information call 941-626-4452 or 941-626-9359. € May 22, 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Applebees Cruizin at Merchants Crossing., North Fort Myers. Door prizes, 50/50 drawing, games, 15 percent discount at Applebees to car show participants, night of show only, DJ music by Randy Wright of Toms Traveling Tunes. (*Note: This will be last cruise in until Sept. 11) For information call 941-380-0650. For more information about collector car events: Larry Day of Lee County has cruise in and show information from Naples to Sarasota, Access his website www.larrycruisinlist-swfl.com for all the details. Also for similar but somewhat different hobby happenings log onto www.musclecarcity.net. You may also contact DJ Tommy Brooks of Toms Traveling Tunes 941-815-6204.any future plans for the KG, he quickly said they intend to enjoy it often (with the top down, of course), maybe attend some car-related events, plus watching the sunset while seated in it facing a water view. Watch for them out and about, perhaps at Fishermens Village Memorial Day Car Show. Great car owned by great people! The other Volkswagen is a 1967 regular BeetleŽ with only 19,500 original miles on the odometer documented by knowledge of the original owner, David Dowdy. Seems Mr. Dowdy became seriously ill two years after buying it and this car was put in storage for 30 years as he could not drive any vehicle. He passed away in 1999 leaving the VW to his grandson. In 2002 he gave the dusty and tattered VW to Jose Jr. with the request it be restored and kept in the Rodriguez family inde“nitely. Jose Jr. promised to redo the car to its originality with the intent to restore it part-time at his business, Rods Customs LLCŽ, located at 23058 Harborview Road, Suite B. That restoration took two years as every nut and bolt inside and out was replaced, the brakes required a full rebuild as did the exhaust system, all chrome and full-paint job in the original color, also the entire interior. Mechanically, a thorough cleaning of the inside of the engine and transmission plus the suspension, wheel bearings, etc. Even the under carriage was painted! Jose, Jr., 43, has been doing such work since he was 9, part-time for his father plus 10 years more full-time for Jose Sr. in New Jersey and Polk County Florida prior to coming to Charlotte County. Then Jr. took over his fathers business and ran it in New Jersey before moving to Polk County, Florida to be near his parents. He had a body shop in New Jersey before coming to Charlotte County almost three years ago. That experience of learning and working himself in the body/fender industry added up to over 25 years, something both Sr. and Jr. are very proud of. His reputation for quality work excels in our area of Charlotte County. Jose, Sr. and Rafaela are also proud parents of three children, eight grandchildren plus three great-grandchildren. The VW was “nally completed and given to his parents, Jose, Sr. and mother Rafaela Rodriguez, last Christmas making all concerned very happy. Its nickname Our BabyŽ was given by Mrs. Rodriguez and is very “tting. Now fully insured and licensed as roadworthy, Jose Sr. plays chauffeur to his wife as they motor around Charlotte County with smiles on their faces. They plan to attend todays nursing home visit, plus tomorrows 13th Annual Hibiscus Festival, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and the luncheon at Cass Cay in Burnt Store Marina, Sunday 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This couple says they will come out whenever possi-ble to auto-related events in the future including the May 29 Memorial Day show at Fishermens Village. Its a pleasure to have met this happy family and to be able to write about them and Our Baby,Ž the 1967 Volkswagen. Don Royston is president of the Vintage (former Veteran) Motor Car Club of America SW Florida Region and may be reached at 941-626-4452 or leekr42@ embarqmail.com. PHOT O BY LEE ROYSTONBeautifully restored 1967 Volkswagen BeetleŽ nicknamed Our BabyŽ with optional rear-fender spats & roof luggage rack carrying wicker picnic baskets. PHOTO BY DON ROYSTONTim & Joanne Sullivans 1960 VW Karmann Ghia sporty Cabriolet. PHOTO BY LEE ROYSTONAlways happy are Rafaela & husband Jose Rodriguez, originally from Puerto Rico, owners of the 1967 VW Beetle. PHOTO BY LEE ROYSTONEngine sitting in its like-newŽ surroundings. PHOTO BY DON ROYSTONView of the 1960 Karmann Ghia steering wheel and dash. PHOTO BY DON ROYSTONAlways smiling are Tim & Joanne Sullivan, happy owners of the 60 Karmann Ghia. PHOTO BY LEE ROYSTONMeager instrument panel, dash, deluxe steering wheel with ring „ notice the shifter lever on oor. PHOTO BY DON ROYSTONCompartment of the 36 HP engine. Note the large oil bath air cleaner.

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Friday, May 19, 2017 € Since 1893 LIKE THE PUNTA GORDA HERALD ON HERALDPUNTA GORDA JAZZIN IT UP INSIDEMusicians play at Alive After 5 P | 9 P | 3 P | 6Tarpons Page: Enjoying spring activities€ € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € € €Making the climb at Block Party n the state of Florida, Emancipation Day is May 20, the day back in 1865 when Union Army Brig. Gen. Edward McCook read the proclamation in Tallahassee that of“cially freed the states slaves. Locally, the day has always been celebrated as close to May 20 as possible and for decades featured a parade, speechifying, singing, period dress, picnicking and passing the basket to collect school contributions. The ”exible date is not a sign of indifference to the actual date since a veritable smorgasbord of possible celebration dates are available. The proclamation was actually issued by President Abraham Lincoln on Sept. 22, 1862, and implemented Jan. 1, 1863. In most of the South, however, it couldnt go into effect until after the Civil War was over and the proclamation read in the various political entities. With the wartime devastation of the Confederacys telegraph system, execution of the proclamation was highly variable depending on how long word took to get out and the reaction of individual communities and plantation owners. The state date is wellestablished; the date word arrived in distant Punta Gorda, not so much. Museum board member and ace researcher Scot Shively said of Emancipation Day in Florida, McCook came into Tallahassee on the (Jan.) 10th and worked with Confederate leadership. He waited until everything was ready for it. Around Tallahassee, there were later pockets of celebration based on individual plantation owners and whether they chose to pass word out to the sticks. Sometime after that, Lt. Nathan DeCoster, from Maine and stationed with the 2nd U.S. Colored Troops in Fort Myers, brought word here. Re-enactment of event brings local history alive at Blanchard HouseBy GORDON BOWERPG HERALD CORRESPONDENT Right: Martha Bireda and Scot and Jill Shively will be in period gear for the May 20 Emancipation Day celebration at the Blanchard House Museum.continued on page 3 Emancipation Day ~ May 20 HERALD PHOTOS BY GORDON BOWERAbove: Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Scot Shively will get a promotion to brigadier general, while he reads the text of President Abraham Lincolns Emancipation Proclamation on the steps of the Blanchard House Museum. I THE VERY BEST Right in Your CommunityFawcettHospital.com 941.629.1181 adno=50514207 Good Friends, Good Food, Good Times 1975 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda 941-575-7575 www.phils41.com 2016 Mon…Thurs & Sun 11…9 Fri & Sat 11…10 adno=50514235 $ 10 OFF a $ 40 or more Purchase w/coupon, Valid Mon-Thurs ONLY. Not valid w/other offers or prior purchase. 20% gratuity taxes added to the bill. Exp. 6-1-17

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Herald Page 2 Friday, May 19, 2017 A few weeks ago, I spent an hour working on an assembly line packing backpacks with food items, such as cereal, crackers, pudding, juice drinks and more. These items are something I can easily buy or go get from my pantry when I am hungry. For many children in Charlotte County, they dont have the option of having snacks when hungry. These backpacks are the mission of The Yah Yah Girls „ “ghting hunger one backpack at a time.Ž The Yah Yah Girls nonpro“t, The Back Pack Kidz of Charlotte County, uses volunteers who can work up to three days to pack close to 900 backpacks for children in need each week of the school year. They have a well-oiled machine as the daily shift only takes an hour of time. The Back Pack Kidz program will wrap up its program for the 2017-2018 school year next week, but there is still a great need for donations for the next school year. Visit their website at http://backpackkidz.com/ and click on the Donate NowŽ link. On Saturday, you can help this cause by getting a car wash. The Tri-M Music Honor Society of Charlotte High School will be at the Punta Gorda of“ce of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, 2331 Tamiami Trail, from noon to 4 p.m. The students are raising money for the program. A $5 minimum for each car wash is requested, but donations in any amount are welcome. Get that dusty car washed and help a worthy cause at the same time. Email your calendar items to pgherald @sun-herald.com. Please submit your listings in the following format: Event, day, time, place, address, description, cost and contact info. Earlier is better; please submit events two weeks or more in advance.FRIDAY, MAY 19Live music at Fishermens Village: Singer Michael Hirst (variety/originals) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Dick & Kammy (variety/dance) from 5 to 9 p.m. in Center Court, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. The Yoga Sanctuarys open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony at 5:30 p.m. at 112 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda. The community is invited to this celebration. For more information visit www.theyoga sanctuary.biz or call 941-505-9642.SATURDAY, MAY 20Punta Gorda Farmers Market, 8 a.m. to noon, corner of Olympia Avenue and Taylor Street, Punta Gorda. Sponsored by the Punta Gorda Downtown Merchants Association Inc. Call Jerry at 941-391-4856 or email jerry@puntagordafarmers market.com. Bicycle ride departs at 8:30 a.m. from Acme Bicycle Shop, 615 Cross St., Suite 1116, Punta Gorda. All riders welcome. Helmet required. Details: 941-639-2263. Peace River Sail & Power Squadron will have a Safety Demonstration Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Punta Gorda Boat Club, 802 West Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. The event will be conducted in conjunction with the Punta Gorda Fire Department. The PGFD will be providing “re extinguisher education and training. Per request of the PG Fire Marshal Jennifer Molnar, and in keeping with the recently enacted Charlotte County burn ban, we will not be lighting/“ring any type of pyrotechnic devices. The Florida Department of Environmental Protection will educate participants in its role in protecting the waterways we all enjoy and make Charlotte Harbor Estuary a unique boaters paradise. For more information, call 941-637-0766. Fifth Annual Just Against Children Drowning Charity Bike Run will take off from Port Charlotte Wal-Mart on Kings Highway. Kickstands up at 11 a.m., rain or shine. First stop, Restlawn Memorial Garden on Forrest Nelson; second stop, Old Englewood Beach scenic route; last stop, Sharkys Restaurant in Venice. Cost: $15 per bike, $5 for passengers. Preregistration needed. Visit www. justagainstchildrendrowning.org, call Paul at 941-626-7106 or email jacdinc@ gmail.com. Peace River Sail & Power Squadron will offer a free seminar on Hurricane and Boats from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center, 75 Taylor St., Punta Gorda. In this short seminar, youll learn how to select a location from which to weather the storm and prepare your boat for a hurricane. For information or to register, call 941-637-0766, leave message by May 19. The Tri-M Music Honor Society of Charlotte High School is holding a car wash at the Punta Gorda of“ce of Charlotte State Bank & Trust, 2331 Tamiami Trail. The students, who are raising money for the Yah Yah Girls nonpro“t Back Pack Kidz program, will wash cars from noon to 4 p.m. A $5 minimum for each car wash is requested, but donations in any amount are welcome. Back Pack Kidz volunteers “ll backpacks with nonperishable food items and deliver them to area elementary schools for distribution to children in need. Singer Michael Hirst performs (variety/ originals) from 5 to 9 p.m. in Center Court at Fishermens Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. The Italian Heritage Social Club is having a Veterans Dinner/Dance from 6 to 9 p.m. at 118 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda. Part of the proceeds will go to the veterans of Charlotte County. Cost: $17 includes roast pork, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, applesauce, salad, dessert, coffee, ice tea (BYOB). Dance music by Don and Jo. Event is open to the pubic. RSVP: Jo at 941-235-3303. Legendary, award-winning Joey Gilmore and The TCB Band will perform at 7 p.m. at Porkys Roadhouse, 4300 Kings Hwy., Unit 412, Port Charlotte. This free show is presented by Two Brothers Entertainment & Mill Jenn Entertainment.SUNDAY, MAY 21Morning yoga classes at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at The Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda. Participants will be serenaded by the soothing sounds of Edward Russells healing gong and crystal bowls. The morning ends with an extended savasana, or relaxation. For more information visit www.theyogasanctuary. biz or call 941-505-9642. Singer Michael Hirst performs (variety/ originals) from noon to 3 p.m. in Center Court at Fishermens Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda.MONDAY, MAY 22Paddle Woolverton Trail mangroves and lunch on Big Dog Island from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. witht the Charlotte Sierra Club. Explore the extensive mangrove tunnels of Lemon Bay then TABLE OF CONTENTSBusiness News .........................4 Community Beat ............3, 8-9 Nonpro“t News ..............2, 4, 8 Schools ....................................7 Sports .....................................11 40 Years Ago .......................10 HAPPENINGS ON THE HARBOR Robert E. Lee Charlotte Sun Publisher ...206-1006 Jim Gouvellis Exec. 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Michele Bellue PGH EditorMichele Bellue is editor of the Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at pgherald@sun-herald.com or call 941-206-1010.Get a car wash and help hungry students in our county PHOTO PROVIDEDAttention Boxer lovers: meet Bam Bam. This kind and gentle 5-year-old boy was found as a stray. Hes so scared and the shelter is so loud. Hell get used to it all eventually, but hopefully, he wont have to wait too long. Come meet him today. The Animal Welfare League of Charlotte County is at 3519 Drance St., Port Charlotte. All animals are microchipped, spayed or neutered and are current with their shots prior to adoption, including rabies. The shelter is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. seven days a week. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Herald Page 3 There were probably only a few hundred people living here, and it was probably June or July by the time he got here.Ž A weekend day near the state date, then, is as good as any, though this year date and celebration coincide. The spirit of the occasion is what counts, and theres spirit „ and history „ to be had from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the museum, 406 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Take a lawn chair and get there early to enjoy the shade of a large tree in the front yard. The Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture of Charlotte County has always tried to recreate some of the traditions of the early-days celebrations in Punta Gorda. Its program this year features just such a staple from past celebrations „ a reading of the Emancipation Proclamation from the steps of the Blanchard House, a good equivalent of the famed Tallahassee Knott House where McCook stood. Shively, in an authentic brigadier generals wool uniform complete with the correct number of buttons, will do the reading. He and wife Jill witnessed the Tallahassee version of the reading 8 years ago and brought the re-enactment here. A retired U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel, expect him to provide a skilled and nuanced reading. The rest of the program is rich in local history. Students from Florida Gulf Coast University will lead a discussion of their taped interviews with local elders about 1885-1965-era Jim Crow traditions in Punta Gorda, where race relations were much different than in most areas of the South. They are on tape and an integral part of the museums highly regarded current exhibit on that topic. Another look at the history of local African-Americans will consist of readings from the annals of local and state newspapers, almost all from this very paper, the Punta Gorda Herald, which was the paper of record around these parts for decades. Unbeknownst to most current residents, the Herald for years featured a page 3 full of colored news.Ž Jim Crow language and customs are in full display in these excerpts as well as the full and vibrant lives African-Americans lived despite the indignities they suffered during that era. While at the ceremony, take advantage of the last chance to view the Jim Crow exhibit, the museums most successful to date and one sought after by larger museums. Museum Executive Director Martha Bireda said of its success, We had three church congregations and 200 school kids. ƒ This was our best exhibit, a great year for the community to hear the message. The images were very powerful. They made people think about what they believed and why they believed it. It was an exercise in critical thinking.Ž Jill Shively said most of the visitors stayed for an hour or more, and Scot had a logical explanation why: I think this one was in their timeline; they had a personal connection. They were thinking, Where I come from, it was like this. ƒŽ One footnote to this story: Scot Shively and historical records say Nathan DeCoster suffered from the same af”iction as many of todays residents. He fell in love with this area during his short stint in the Army and after mustering out in Maine couldnt get down here fast enough. He returned, married and eventually became a prominent citizen and landowner.FROM PAGE 1 Gordon Bower Punta GordyGordon Bower is a freelance writer and photographer. Contact him at glbower@comcast.net.COVER STORY INFORMATIONAn Emancipation Day event will be held at the Blanchard House Museum of African American History and Culture of Charlotte County from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, at the museum, 406 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Jazz Appreciation Month was celebrated at several locations during Aprils Alive After 5 event in downtown Punta Gorda. Appearing at Copper“sh Books was Dave Nims, president of the Charlotte County Jazz Society, who played classic jazz tunes on the keyboard. With Nims was Ken Franckling, author, photographer and jazz reviewer, who signed copies of his book, Jazz in the Key of Light.Ž Providing jazz at the Charlotte Harbor Event and Conference Center was a group of musicians representing the Hope Academy of Music, ( shown on the front page ) a nonpro“t organization that provides free instruments and instruction to Charlotte County students in “fth through eighth grades. Musicians were Dr. Ennis Bisbano, Mike Parmelee, Fred Capitelli, Dominic Mancini, Dane Hassan and Dr. Aaron Lucas.Smooth sounds of Jazz Appreciation MonthProvided by LYNDA PLATT PHOTOS PROVIDED BY LYNDA PLATTKen Franckling, author, photographer and jazz reviewer, signs copies of his book, Jazz in the Key of Light.Ž Left: Dave Nims, president of the Charlotte County Jazz Society, plays keyboard. CAYO COSTA DENTAL FREDERICK J. 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Herald Page 4 Friday, May 19, 2017 John R. Wright PG ChamberJohn R. Wright is president of the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce. Contact him at jrwright@ puntagorda-chamber.com.Working at the Chamber, you come into contact with all types of people and business owners. This city is blessed with many incredibly energetic business leaders, many of whom have served on our Board of Directors and have guided this organization to the level it has reached today. Less and less do we hear the whats does the Chamber do for me?Ž question. For the vast majority, its obvious what this Chamber does in the community, and the people it brings to the community. Our program of work is extensive and created in positive energy. Each year we add new programs and expand existing events, such as the annual Wine & Jazz Festival and Blues, Brews and BBQ Festival. Realizing just what the Chamber can do and how much it can assist in promoting your business, not just locally, but to a wider audience, has helped many members signi“cantly. If you are not a member yet, make an appointment to meet with the Chamber to discuss in detail what we do and how we can help. Id like to add the same invite to any member business that wants to get more involved or needs more support. We are here to help. Just call 941-639-3720. See our extensive Facebook Page or website to see how far-reaching we can be to help you while marketing your business as part of a great community of entrepreneurs. Downtown Bash kicks off summer funThe spring Downtown Bash, presented by the Downtown Merchants Committee, is scheduled for Saturday, May 27, so mark your calendars. Two bands, American Made and Gotta Luv It, will be entertaining us that night, with the party starting at 4 p.m., “rst act around 5 p.m. and running through 9 p.m. or so. The venue will be in front of the Old Historic Courthouse on Taylor „ the location of the award-winning Saturday Farmers Market. Take a chair and dance the night away! Adult and non-adult beverages and food will be available for purchase. No coolers please. This is one of those times to grab your neighbors and come on down to “nd out what Punta Gorda is all about „ togetherness and friendship under the stars.Networking lunch at Burgr BarJoin us for our May networking luncheon, on Wednesday, May 24, starting at noon for networking with lunch served at 12:30 p.m. This month our host is the Burgr Bar, 317 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda. Cost: $15; to get you a seat at the table, call us at 941-639-3720 or email frontdesk@puntagorda-chamber. com. Space is limited and reservations are required in advance, so dont delay in contacting us. New members are always most welcome. Upcoming ribbon-cuttingsEveryone is invited today to the ribbon-cutting at 5:30 p.m. to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of The Yoga Sanctuary, 112 Sullivan St., Punta Gorda. Call 941-639-3720 to RSVP your attendance, as we celebrate this incredible milestone with Jennifer French and her entire crew. On Thursday, May 25, starting at 3:30 p.m. with the ribbon-cutting at 4 p.m., please join the Punta Gorda Historical Societys ribbon-cutting at the Punta Gorda Fire Department, Station No. 1, 1410 Tamiami Trail, Punta Gorda, for their latest mural, Our First Firehouse.Ž Everyone is welcome to attend. Food/drink will be available. The events we mention in this column are Chamber or Chamber-related events. For a full list of events of all our members, visit www.puntagordachamber.com and click the Friday Facts icon. There you will “nd a comprehensive list of everything thats going on.Chamber wants to help with your business successCONTACT THE CHAMBERFor more information about events listed in this column, contact the Punta Gorda Chamber of Commerce at 941-639-3720 or visit www.puntagorda chamber.com. While on the chambers website, dont forget to sign up for the Friday FactsŽ newsletter. business news PHOTO PROVIDEDThis adult female bald eagle was rescued after a ght with another eagle. She was probably defending her territory and possibly her nest and youngsters. She was successfully released back home after a brief stay for treatment at Peace River Wildlife Center, where she recovered from her injuries quickly. Without intervention, she could have gotten a life-threatening infection. PRWC is a nonprot organization, dedicated to the care, preservation and protection of Charlotte Countys native wildlife since 1978. They are open seven days a week, year-round, including holidays. Tours are oered from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Injured animal intake is from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PRWC receives no federal or state funding and relies entirely on private donations. For more info, call 941-637-3830, visit PeaceRiverWildlifeCenter.org, email PeaceRiverWildlife@ yahoo.com, or visit them at 3400 Ponce de Leon Pkwy (GPS address 3400 W Marion Ave), Punta Gorda, FL 33950.PRWC Rescue of the Week paddle to Big Dog island with Florida Master Naturalist Helen Buonviri and Bill Schuyler. Participants are required to wear a PFD. Take your kayak/canoe (no in”atables), water, bug spray, lunch/snack. Donations to the Sierra Club are gratefully accepted. Reserve at 941-467-0974, Helen or 941-763-9248, Bill.TUESDAY, MAY 23Estuary Kayak Tour in Estero Bay with GAEA Guides on Kayak Nature Tours from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Bonita Beach. Learn about the wonders of Americas only Mangrove Forest. See herons, egrets, pelicans, osprey, roseate spoonbills, dolphins, manatees and more. includes all equipment and a Florida Master Naturalist will be your guide. Cost: $40/person. Reservations required. Call 239-694-5513.WEDNESDAY, MAY 24Singer Michael Hirst performs (variety/originals) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Fishermens Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. Stroke Support Group from 2 to 3 p.m. at Bayfront Health Punta Gorda Medical Of“ce Plaza, 4th Floor Conf. Room, 713 E. Marion Ave., Punta Gorda. Have you or a loved one been affected by stroke? Find out what support and assistance is available to you and your family, and how others are coping. Free. Call 941-637-3152 for more information. Are you one of the 10 million Americans at risk for P.A.D.? Find out with vascular surgeon Justin Boccardo, M.D., from 5 to 6 p.m. at Life Care Center of Punta Gorda, 450 Shreve St., Punta Gorda. If you have pain, cramping and fatigue in your legs when you walk, or skin discoloration of your feet, you could have P.A.D. Learn more about risk factors, symptoms and treatment. Free. Refreshments and hors doeuvres will be served. RSVP needed; please call 941-639-8771.THURSDAY, MAY 25Singer Paul Roush performs (variety/trop rock) from noon to 3 p.m. at Fishermens Village, 1200 W. Retta Esplanade, Punta Gorda. American blues legend Lucky Peterson will perform at 7 p.m. at Porkys Roadhouse, 4300 Kings Hwy., Unit 412, Port Charlotte. Tickets are on sale at www.thephoenixradio.com. Cost: $10 general admission seating, “rst-come, “rst-served; $20 VIP seating with guaranteed seating section. FRIDAY, MAY 26Live music at Fishermens Village: Singer Michael Hirst (variety/originals) from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and George Voss Duo (jazz/easy listening) from 5 to 9 p.m. in Center Court, 1200 W. 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Herald Page 6 Friday, May 19, 2017 Stories By KATIE CLAVEREaster is a time for Christians to thank Jesus Christ for his sacri“ce. It gives us the chance to celebrate his resurrection. As serious as this day may be, it is also very fun for young kids and young adults. It is a time where kids get baskets full of candy and stuffed animals full of love. Growing up, some of that changes for us, but it is nice to look back on those memories. My favorite memory was believing in the Easter Bunny and getting excited over the fact of him,Ž said senior Liesel Schroeder. She enjoyed the times as a kid where she got candy and got to go to her moms friends house. Many people enjoy the eggs hunts of Easter and celebrating with family. I think my favorite thing about Easter was the Cadbury chocolate eggs,Ž junior Campbell Butner said. Candy is one of the most important parts of Easter. It is a great basket “ller and it gets the kids excited. Remembering the good things about holidays is a way to feel like a kid again. Easter is a good way to celebrate many things and celebrating now keeps us remembering that we have good memories and to be thankful for what we have.Prom tickets and prom readyOn May 6, Charlotte High School held the junior/senior prom. This years theme was A Night at the Museum.Ž Many students were ready to go and were very excited, while other students were wondering if the prices were too much for one night. I already got my ticket for $65, I bought them on sale and I am excited for prom,Ž explained senior Madison Shields. Prom is a big night for students to get together one last time in the year and enjoy themselves. It can be very expensive, but it can be worth it. I think the prices are a bit ridiculous, but I think in the end it will all be worth it. You can “nd dresses or clothing at a reasonable price,Ž senior Leslie Erbes said. Many seniors went to the prom because it was their last hurrah, and they could be together one last time before graduation. I think it is a little late this year, it is cutting it close to graduation but it was exciting and worth it,Ž Erbes said. Many students did not go because they cannot afford the prices or they didnt think it was worth it. Juniors are waiting until their senior prom. This year, students got to spend time with friends and got one last big goodbye before the school year is over.Car show draws studentsMany students are interested in many different hobbies, and one of the hobbies is cars. Brad Smith is a teacher at Charlotte High School and he helps students express their love of cars by sponsoring a car show every year for the students. They get to show their cars and have the opportunity to win the best car in show. I started this car show before Hurricane Charley. We started in 2000 and took three years off, but so far we have done the car show for 10 years now,Ž Smith said. Students get to show their cars and enjoy their time for the day. CHS junior Jason Fulton was one of the participants in the car show. His car was a 1998 SL K230 Mercedes Benz. I really just participated to show my car and to get out of sixth and seventh hour,Ž Fulton said. I would de“nitely do this again next year.Ž Having hobbies helps students express interests, and having this car show was a good way to get students who like the same thing to get together for a couple of hours. One year we had about 35 different cars,Ž Smith said. It doesnt matter what you have, come out and enjoy the event,Ž Smith explained. This was a Renaissance event at CHS. Its a yearly event and very popular.CHS students enjoy spring activities TARPONs PAGE CONTRIBUTORSTarpon Page contributors are students at Charlotte High School. The content displayed on this page is part of grading requirements for Kelli Lipes yearbook class. Send feedback to tarponbuzz@gmail.com. Senior Liesel Schroeder holds an Easter Reeses cup, an Easter favorite. Junior Campbell Butner smiles while reminiscing about old childhood memories. Madison Shields was ready for prom on May 6. PHOTOS PROVIDEDDalton Smith got a tuxedo, with a purple tie to match his dates dress. Leslie Erbes shopped for her prom dress earlier in the year. She went fora chic, classy look. Jason Fulton stands proudly next to his Mercedes-Benz entry. The car show is a popular event at CHS. Teacher Brad Smith is the sponsor and an avid car fan. Left: Several types of cars were shown at the event, including this Ford Mustang. Above: The Mustang, like this white one, was a popular car with the students. Friday, May 19, 2017 Herald Page 7 Charlotte High held a Splash Day for seniors at the South County Recreation Center. The event meant cooling off while enjoying water games and fun in the sun.Making waves at CHS Splash Day Kortney Menefee with her oat and friends. Matthew Gjerde on the Slip n Slide. Jacob Wolfe jumps o the diving board.HERALD PHOTOS BY BETSY WILLIAMSSeniors gather for the traditional water photo. Eli Westby in line for lunch. The Slip n Slide was very popular. Elise Bachman, Bradley Laishley, Gabrielle Brown and Bradley Spencer chill in the water. Hailey Moran takes control of the ball in a game of water basketball. Taiya Gonzales watches the water volleyball game. A fun game of water volleyball Sydney Kruger and Cristina DesAmours on the Slip n Slide. Latisha Pereira, Dana Donovan, Lakisha Pereira and Jaliyah Underwood have fun at Splash Day. Betsy Williams PhotojournalistBetsy Williams is a freelance photographer. Contact her at photobw17@gmail.com. SCHOOLS adno=717283 DESOTO MEMORIAL HOSPITAL BEHAVIORAL HEALTH SERVICES Twin Rivers Pathways 4161 Tamiami Trail, Suite 302 Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Life Improvement Program Located on 3rd floor at DMH 900 N. Robert Ave. Arcadia, FL 34266 Call (941) 766-0171 with questions! COUNSELING SUPPORT PSYCHIATRY Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destinyŽ … CS Lewis adno=50515551 (941) 621-4612 2705 Tamiami Trail Suite 216, Punta Gorda, FL adno=50514595 Cilantros Restaurant LATIN AMERICAN CUISINE Hours: Mon-Thurs 10 am to 8 pm Fri 10 am to 10 pm Sat 10 am to 12 am BUY 2 EMPANADAS GET THE 3RD FREE (of equal or lesser value) Exp. 5-25-17 We CaterŽ Karaoke Every Saturday Night All You Can Eat Buffet Every Other Sunday 2016

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Herald Page 8 Friday, May 19, 2017 Guests in white “nery assembled at the Isles Yacht Club for a themed event and gourmet meal on May 10. Dinner en Blanc,Ž drawing inspiration from a Parisian event involving participants dressed in all white who are texted a date and location to gather for an outdoor dinner, was sponsored by the Cork & Fork Society. Guitar music wafted through the hallway and a hostess in a culinary coat welcomed guests. Tables were decked with beautiful place settings and white tablecloths. There was a replica of the Eiffel Tower to use for photo ops. To “nd out more about the Isles Yacht Club and attending future events, visit www.islesyc.com.Dinner en Blanc „ from Paris to Punta Gorda Pat Cody, Barbara Hutcherson and Mindy Behling pose in front of an Eiel Tower replica.HERALD PHOTOS BY EMILY BIVENSGuitarist Peter Taylor Right: Guest Marianne Schenkel and hostess Jade Scarborough smile for a photo. Tables and guests were dressed in white. Guests chat before dinner. Guests were to be served a gourmet meal. Emily Bivens PhotojournalistEmily Bivens is a freelance photographer. Contact her at emilybivensphotography@ gmail.com.Community beat PHOTO PROVIDED BY INGRID SIMKEMeet Bruno. He is an almost 5-year-old Labrador/Weimaraner mix weighing 102 lbs. He sports a silver coat, oppy ears and has a very handsome face. This big boy is truly a gentle giant. Bruno is a very easygoing dog that also has a playful nature. Hes fond of all sorts of toys and invites you to play with them, too. Bruno is a real water dog that loves to swim in a pool, in salt water, and he also loves bath time. He has lived happily with another dog and cats. He is aectionate without being imposing, likes to snuggle or stretch out nearby and share your company. Bruno is one great dog! For more information, contact Suncoast Humane Society at 941-474-7884, visit www.humane.org, or stop by the adoption center at 6781 San Casa Drive, Englewood.Suncoast Pet of the Week adno=50515796 Now Serving Pizza Dine in or take Out Pizza and wing specials daily 941-505-7897 258 W. Marion Ave Punta Gorda, FL 33950 Dinner For 2 Includes 2 Dinner Entrees Soup or Salad, Bottle of Wine & Dessert $50 adno=50514520

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Herald Page 9 Downtown Punta Gorda had thousands of revelers come for Punta Gorda Block Party held April 29. The family-friendly event had several attractions for children. Food, music and dozens of vendors kept everyone who attended entertained for the 10-hour event.Children climb, dance, play at Block Party Right: The CHS Jazz Band performs while people who listened tapped their toes. The Charlotte High Band is seeking donations to buy new band uniforms which cost $65,000. The band also has created a gofundme account. Search Uniforms for CHS Silver King BandŽ at www.gofundme.com. Luke Wadsworth takes his turn on the rockclimbing wall during the Punta Gorda Block Party. He did reach the top and rang the bell. For a $2 donation, the Charlotte Warriors cheerleaders would do a cheer or two for the donor during the Punta Gorda Block Party. Pictured are Layla Oliver, Jaylon Johnson and Jussalynn Bowman.HERALD PHOTOS BY MICHELE BELLUEChildren, who volunteered to be on stage, show their moves during a dance number at Nicks Kids Show at the Punta Gorda Block Party. Left: Nick Dattilo, front in red hat, with Nicks Kids Show, tells his young dance volunteers what dance moves to do next. Michele Bellue PGH EditorMichele Bellue is editor of the Punta Gorda Herald. Contact her at pgherald@sun-herald.com or call 941-206-1010.Community beat € Adoption € Intake € Grooming € Full Line of Bird Supplies € Food € Toys € Cages Tues-Thurs 10…5, Sat 10-4, Fri, Sun and Mon by appt only 1205 Elizabeth St., Unit I Punta Gorda, FL 33950 941 -347-8876 www .ParrotOutreachSociety.org Exotic Bird Rescue 501c3 Non-Profit adno=50514119 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED CAN YOU SPARE JUST 3 HOURS PER WEEK? CALL 941-830-3578 FOR MORE INFO www.ThePianoGuysFL.com Showroom & Warehouse MON. THRU SAT. 10AM-5PM 1264 Market Circle, Port Charlotte (Across 776 from north mall entrance) Store Moving Sale Final Days in Charlotte Co., Everything Must Go! Deep Discounts on many Pianos & Keyboards Many Grands, Uprights, and Digitals on Sale! Last Days for Dealing Direct with adno=50515683

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Herald Page 10 Friday, May 19, 2017 Janine Smith 40 Years AgoJanine Smith writes about Punta Gordas historic past. Contact her at janinehs1@ comcast.net. Excerpts from 40 years ago Punta GordaDo you remember when?FROM OUR ARCHIVESExcerpts from the Daily Herald-News from May 19-25, 1977:Farm trip proves popularOn Saturday, 45 persons took the countys Agricultural Extension Of“ce-sponsored Farm Tour. The “rst stop was the Buck McQueen ranch where the sightseers were treated to a special tour, guided by Mr. McQueen himself. The group proceeded to the So Sweet citrus grove where the passengers were given a bag and the go-ahead to play citrus pickers. With bulging bags, the bus headed to the Burdette Coward Flower Farm, winding up the morning program at the Lewis Nurseries, a wholesale shop that sells ornamental plants, located east of Punta Gorda. Lunch at the Boy Scout Camp on SR. 74, 17 miles east of town, with a menu of plentiful fare for two days. Then the tour moved on to the 78-acre Babcock Ranch on the eastern reaches of Charlotte County. Workers were busy handling the watermelon crop and preparing to ship the fruit. Much of the Babcock spread, according to extension agent Rick Gleason, is leased to farmers who clear the land and grow crops on it. The land is then rotated: the pasture and other land leases with interest are formed. After a long, worthwhile and beautiful day of touring, participants were toting the watermelon they received at Babcocks, very tired „ work on the farm is hard work „ satis“ed on their way home.Card-playing, exercise secret to long lifeThere may be no secret to longevity, but three hardy meals a day, daily exercises cant hurt, according to Lucy Birkby Horing of Port Charlotte. Mrs. Horing celebrated her 100th birthday yesterday. Her remarkable memory conjures up poems and songs learned in grade school, as well as the latest events in the lives of her large family. Mrs. Horing lives with one of her daughters, rotating homes throughout the year. I eat well, take daily walks and try to get in a little card-playing each day,Ž she said with a big smile.ROTC awards givenA platoon led by Dan Maun marched to “rst place in Navy Junior ROTC drill competition at Charlotte High School this morning. The “ve members of the winning team were David Bean, Kevin Hudson, Laura Cheves, Norman Selly and Debbie Roemusch. Girls were integrated in the previously all-male platoons for the “rst time this year.In serviceMarine Cpl. William Graham has departed for an extended deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. He is serving as a member of Battalion Landing Team Two Slant Six (BLT 2/6) home based at Camp LeJeune. BLT 2/6 is scheduled to participate in numerous training exercises with units of the United States. A 1975 graduate of Charlotte High School, Cpl. Graham joined the Marine Corps in June of that year. He is he son of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Graham, Punta Gorda.Accepting the gavel at Post 5690Accepting the gavel from President Catherine Lanes was Mildred Gurman. Mrs. Gurman was installed president of the Auxiliary to Post 5690, Veterans of Foreign Wars. The ceremonies were conducted by Joan Good. Also installed were Ruth Reardon, senior vice president; Peg Cassidy, junior vice president; Catherine Wilson, treasurer; Alice Kaga, secretary; and Della Barnes, chaplain.New home for Red CrossBelle Shoemaker, manager of the Charlotte County Chapter of the American Red Cross happily moved into the organizations new home. It is now located in the of“ces above the Charlotte Cultural Center Theatre. The Red Cross, formerly housed in the Punta Gorda Womans Club building, is open for operation.Doctor joins hospital staffPediatric patients in Medical Center Hospital, Punta Gorda, are on the increase, according to Hospital Administrator Harvey Rudisaile. Dr. Villareal has established her practice in the Medical Centers Professional Building, on hospital grounds. Prior to moving to Charlotte County, Dr. Villareal had a private practice in Brooklyn, New York.50 featured in Liberty Singers Spring SongFeaturing more than 50 vocalists and instrumentalists, the Liberty Singers of Medical Center Hospital presented a colorful and light-hearted salute to spring last night. The concert was titled Spring Song,Ž and the show was staged in the Charlotte County Memorial Auditorium before an enthusiastic audience. The audience joined the cast for the “nale, a rousing singalong of all the old favorites. Under the direction of Wretha Long, the singers opened the production with June is Bustin Out All OverŽ and continued with selections of Fiddler on the Roof,Ž GigiŽ and the Fantasticks.Ž The production was co-sponsored by the Friends of the Auditorium and presented with assistance of the Charlotte Art Guild.More Ermas are neededIt is an expression of belief that Erma Bombeck is one of the more delightful people to have brightened our media world in decades. The other night, Mrs. Bombeck appeared again on the Johnny Carson show. She reinforced our view that she is just as funny on television as she is in our print media. She is a housewife, mother of school-agers, the wife of the kind of husband all of you can recognize. If you are raising a family or have raised a family, she has a message for you. There is often little humor left to us these days and Erma Bombeck goes a long way toward easing the tension.King and queenKing and queen of Charlotte High Schools junior/senior prom are Pam Frye and Brent Wood. The royal couple was crowned during the schools formal dance Saturday evening.AlmanacIn 1904, the Olympic Games were held in the United States for the “rst time, in St. Louis.Thoughts for the day€ Scottish dramatist James Barrie said: We never understand how little we need in this world until we know the loss of it.Ž € American author Mark Twain (Samuel Langhorne Clemens) said: Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize it.Ž Events, restaurants, artists & more!Facebook.com/SunCoastLetsGo SALVATION ARMY THRIFT STORES Open: Mon. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Herald Page 11 HERALD PHOTOS BY STEVE KNAPPThe 2017 Charlotte Tarpons JV softball team ended its season with a 20-2 record. The 2017 Charlotte Tarpons JV baseball teamCHS JV softball, baseball teams PHOTOS PROVIDEDPunta Gorda Mayor Rachel Keesling, right, and St. Andrews South Golf Club professional Charlie Priester, left, present the mens championship trophy to Scott Harvey, left, boys golf coach at Charlotte High School. Punta Gorda Mayor Rachel Keesling, right, and St. Andrews South Golf Club professional Charlie Priester present the womens championship trophy to Suzee Yohe, a member at Twin Isles.Top golfers The City of Punta Gorda Golf Championship is a tournament is designed to be a true test of golf that will discover and recognize the citys best amateur golfers. First-day play is at St. Andrews; play continues the next day at Twin Isles, where trophies and prizes are handed out. Event proceeds are given to local charities through the Charlotte Community Foundation. This years event was held earlier this year. adno=50514563 Denim and Diamond tickets and Sponsorships can be purchased Online at The Charlotte County Chamber of Commerce store : http://charlottecountychamber.secure-mall.com/shop/ or by calling: tel:(941)639-2222. You can also contact one of the local charities above to get your ticket.

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 1 President .......................................................................... David Dunn-Rankin Publisher ....................................................................................... Robert Lee Advertising Manager ...................................................................... Mike Ruiz Executive Editor...........................................................................Jim Gouvellis Section Editors .......................................................Nathan Lane, Nicole Noles Page Design .................................................William Carlson, Denise DiRamio Charlotte Circulation.................................................. 941-206-1300 Charlotte Advertising..................................................941-205-6402 Englewood Circulation/Advertising.............................941-681-3000 DeSoto Circul ation/Adv ertising....................................863-494-2434The 2017 Hurricane Preparation Guide is a supplement to the Sun NewspapersOver 40 exhibitors:€ Hurricane protection and supplies € Government agencies € Home and garden products/services € Insurance and nancial services € Health care € Automotive products and services € Real EstateSaturday, May 20, 2017 10 a.m. 3 p.m.Charlotte Harbor Event & Conference Center, 75 Taylor St., Punta GordaHurricane preparedness seminars at 10:30 a.m. and 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 AND www.yoursun.comWhen I was growing up, any conversation that involved hurricanes referenced Donna, the storm that hit Punta Gorda Sept. 9-11, 1960. Donna would crop up in casual references during the year, and almost always during hurricane season as a warning against hurricane apathy and a reminder that even during a quiet season, your best bet was to be prepared for the worst, and hope for the best. For most of my life in Charlotte County, we got the best of hurricane seasons. My favorite summer hurricaneŽ memories were plotting the path of current storms on a tracking map in the safety of my parents or grandmothers living room while the storms caused havoc somewhere else. Some years, I had a few more hurricaneŽ days off from school as tropical storms came our way, but most of the time, we lived a peaceful, stormsheltered life here in Charlotte County. Occasionally, when the warnings did come our way, Id be stocking up on water and other supplies, scrounging for bottled water and batteries along with everyone else. In my mid-20s, I remember stocking up at the Kash N Karry on Forrest Nelson when an out-of-state (I assumed) retiree questioned the need for supplies and suggested this was just a big scam to get revenue for local businesses. His response was a giveaway that he was 1) not from here originally, 2) had probably never lived in a hurricane zone before, or 3) had a really severe case of storm amnesia, the kind that can kick your butt in an actual emergency. That was post-Donna and preCharley, because on Aug. 13, 2004, our luck ran out, and it was once again our turn for a major storm. My family rode out the hurricane in our house. In a few short hours, the normal neighborhood I woke up to in the morning was ravaged by the Category 4 storm and spin-off tornadoes in the afternoon. We walked outside to a landscape that seemed to be straight from a Twilight ZoneŽ episode complete with houses missing roofs, shingles and trees thrown about and a profound, eerie silence. It was the “rst time I ever remember not hearing birds or insects or sounds of traf“c. In some ways, we were lucky. We had a low tide, so surge was not the disaster it could have been. Neighbors banded together and helped each other through the tough weeks and months that followed. The news staff regrouped in other of“ces and produced a newspaper that kept the community informed of progress in all corners of our disasterstricken area. No one had a strict schedule; everyone who could, randoshowed up for work, and we never missed a single day of production. The Red Cross truck made the rounds, bringing hot meals when we couldnt cook for ourselves. Two weeks without electricity offered beautiful star-gazing opportunities. Many business and residential areas of the county were rebuilt to better codes, which means the next time we lose the hurricane lotto, those buildings should withstand the storm better and keep us safer. In many ways, Charley made our community stronger. Sure, some neighbors moved away, deciding that living in paradise wasnt worth living through another storm. But those who stayed, rebuilt, and when June 1 came around the next year, they prepared again for another hurricane season. We got lucky that year, and weve been lucky ever since. I hope were lucky again this season. But just in case, follow the guidelines in these pages and make sure youre prepared for a storm that hopefully doesnt show.Hurricane memories spur storm safety Nicole Noles Hurricane Guide EditorContact Nicole Noles at nnoles@sun-herald.com.

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Page 2 Friday, May 19, 2017 PUNTA GORDA „ Longtime Charlotte County residents are used to hearing Wayne Sallade remind them not to let their guard down during hurricane season. But, following Sallades retirement earlier this year, that baton has been passed to Gerard JerryŽ Mallet. Mallet, who was recently appointed the emergency management director for Charlotte County, is already familiar with the duties of his new position. Mallet had served as acting director since the February retirement of longtime director Wayne Sallade, known affectionately by many in town as Hurricane Wayne.Ž And, for the last 14 years, Mallet was in the departments No. 2 post as operations coordinator. Im excited to take on this challenge and continue to build a culture of preparedness in Charlotte County,Ž Mallet said. We cant control when hurricanes, tornadoes or ”oods happen, but we can be prepared to deal with them and protect as many lives and properties as possible.Ž In promoting Mallet, County Administrator Ray Sandrock cited his experience as a major factor. Jerry is well-respected and well-connected within the emergency management community in our region and around the state,Ž Sandrock said. Moving Jerry into the director position ensures continuity in our preparedness, planning and training as we head into another hurricane season in June.Ž Indeed, Mallet, 62, is already gearing up for hurricane season, which begins June 1. And he has his work cut out for him. Because the areas last major hurricane was Charley in 2004, the passing of time may cause some who lived through it to dismiss the chance of it happening again. Or, because this is a retirement community, a lot of current residents may never have experienced its wrath. Many people dont have a background of what its like to go through a disaster like that,Ž he said. To further increase public awareness, Mallet recently spearheaded the launch of a new mass noti“cation service that allows the Of“ce of Emergency Management to forewarn the public of potential danger. Alert Charlotte enables the county to quickly provide critical information in a variety of situations, such as severe weather, unexpected road closures and evacuations of buildings or neighborhoods. In opting to sign up for the program, individuals will receive time-sensitive messages however they want, such as through land lines, mobile or business phones, email address, text messages and more. More than 4,500 have signed up for the new program in the “rst three months, he said. I have a lot of con“dence that the people who live here, even if theyre new, already know basically what to do in an emergency. The key is making sure they know when to do it,Ž he said. We need to provide the right information at the right time, so they can do the right thing.Ž The Charlotte County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program also plays an essential role in emergency response. This all-risk, all-hazard training course is designed to help individuals protect their family, neighbors and neighborhood in an emergency situation. In addition to being taught basic “rst aid, about 60 CERT volunteers may assist as call-takers at the Emergency Operations Center during a disaster, or on the front lines of a brush “re, taking the vital signs of exhausted “re“ghters and offering them something to eat or drink. Of course, Mallet, who is married with two grown children, is hoping that the upcoming hurricane season is calm and that rainfall will soon wash away the parched conditions. Prior to coming to Charlotte County in 2004, Mallet was with the New York State Police for 27 years, serving six years as a patrol of“cer and rising through various supervisory positions. To sign up for an Alert Charlotte account, visit www.AlertCharlotte.com. Or, for more information, call the Of“ce of Emergency Management at 941-833-4000.Email: groberts@sun-herald.comNew emergency management director looks ahead to hurricane seasonBy GARY ROBERTSSTAFF WRITER SUN PHOTO BY GARY ROBERTSJerry Mallet is the new director of the Charlotte County Oce of Emergency Management.

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 3 NUMBERS TO KNOW EMERGENCY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 During a hurricane, do not use 911 unless it is life threatening. CHARLOTTE COUNTY Charlotte County Emergency Management . . 941-833-4000 Charlotte County Sheriffs Office . . . . . . . . . . 941-639-2101 Charlotte County Fire and EMS . . . . . . . . . . . 941-833-5600 Charlotte County Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-575-3600 Punta Gorda Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . 941-639-4111 Punta Gorda Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-575-5529 Englewood Area Fire Control District . . . . . . . 941-474-3311 Englewood Water District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-474-3217 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-629-4345 SARASOTA COUNTY Sarasota County Emergency Management . . 941-861-5000 Sarasota County Sheriffs Office . . . . . . . . . . 941-861-5800 SCSO non-emergency assistance . . . . . . 941-316-1201 Sarasota County Public Works . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-861-5000 North Port Fire Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-240-8150 North Port Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-429-7300 North Port Utilities 24/7 emergency . . . . . . . . 941-240-8000 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-379-9300 DESOTO COUNTY Emergency Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-993-4831 Arcadia Police Department . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-993-4660 DeSoto County Sheriffs Office . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-993-4700 DeSoto County Fire & Rescue . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-993-4842 Animal Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-993-4855 American Red Cross . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 863-494-2348 FEDERAL/STATE AGENCIES Florida Division of Emergency Management . 850-413-9969 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TTY 800-226-4329 Florida Office of Insurance Regulation . . . . . . 850-413-3140 Florida Power & Light . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-639-1106 File an Insurance Complaint . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-693-5236 Out of State . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850-413-3089 Small Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . 941-743-6179 Florida Department of Elder Affairs . . . . . . . . 800-963-5337 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 850-414-2000 Florida Department of Financial Services . . . 877-693-5236 National Flood Insurance Program . . . . . . . . . 888-379-9531 Disaster assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-621-FEMA Citizens Property Insurance Corporation . . . . 866-411-2742 adno=50513423 A Safe and Secure Place 25477 Marion Avenue P unta Gorda, FL 33950 L OCATED O N C ORNER O F M ARION A VE A ND F LORIDA S T Quality Self-Storage in Punta Gorda (941) 505-0626 www. Pi neappleStorage. com adno=50513997 TAYLOR FUNERAL and Cremation Services L a r r y adno=50513998 1515 Tamiami Trail Punta Gorda www.LTaylorFuneral.com € 941-833-0600 Hurricane Expo Hurricane Expo Preparation information Preparation information Two seminars: 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Two seminars: 10:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. Charlotte Harbor Event Center Charlotte Harbor Event Center 75 Taylor St., Punta Gorda 75 Taylor St., Punta Gorda Saturday, May 20th, 2017 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. adno=XNSP47392 adno=50515659 24050 Tiseo Blvd., Unit 1, Port Charlotte, FL 33980 941.629.4333 € www.StockbargerGlass.com Specializing In Shower Enclosures & Mirrors Call 941.629.4333 For A FREE Quote € Table Tops € Custom Mirrors € Emergency Glass Service € Impact Windows & Doors € Hurricane Protection € Shower Enclosures Stockbarger Glass Inc. Lic. #CSCC131151423 Commercial & Residential Family Owned & Founded in 2008 MENTION THIS AD FOR A DISCOUNT ON YOUR PROJECT

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Page 4 Friday, May 19, 2017 We have been fortunate not to be impacted by a hurricane on the Suncoast for quite some time. Yet, this lack of recent storm history for our area makes it dif“cult for some people to understand the need to be prepared. Your “rst step for storm preparation and storm information should be a visit to Sarasota Countys website, www.scgov.net. Click on the All Hazards Be PreparedŽ link under Emergency Services on the home page. On the All HazardsŽ page, youll “nd links to information about preparations for your family, your home, your neighborhood and business, along with a digital version of the 2017 Disaster Planning Guide. There also are special information and storm tips for senior citizens. People who have special needs (PSN) and will need assistance during a storm should call 861-5000 for a PSN application to register in advance for assistance. If you do not own a computer with internet access, pick up the 2017 Disaster Planning Guide at your local library, the County Emergency Operations Center at 6050 Porter Way or at the Sarasota County Administration Center at 1660 Ringling Blvd. Whether to stay or go during a storm partially depends on which evacuation zone you live in. You can “nd out if your home is in an evacuation zone at www.scgov.net. Click on the Evacuation ZonesŽ link under Emergency Services at the bottom of the page. When the map appears, type your home address in the search box to see where your home is located in relation to the evacuation zones. As a storm approaches, Sarasota County Emergency Management will issue evacuation orders by zone, depending on the intensity of the storm and the expected height of storm tide. Even if you dont live in an evacuation zone, your house may not be safe if it wasnt constructed to meet recently updated Florida building codes. If you havent done a wind inspection on your house, of if you dont have storm shutters, it may not be safe to stay. This is especially true in some areas of the county that have high concentrations of mobile homes or older homes constructed before we learned how easily wind can damage them. We have recently added the Weather Warn feature that comes with your free CodeRED registration. The CodeRED system allows you to receive calls, email alerts or text messages in the event of an emergency that could impact your neighborhood or your business. Alerts include water or sewer interruptions, missing person alerts and major traf“c detours, among others. Weather Warning service will automatically notify those registered of tornado, ”ash ”ood and severe thunderstorm warnings just minutes after an alert is issued by the National Weather Service. CodeRED Weather Warning is an opt-in only service and is available for free by visiting www.scgov.net and clicking the CodeRED registration under Emergency Services at the bottom of the page. Residents outside Sarasota County can download the CodeRED Mobile Alert app to get the same alerts for their area. For more information, call the Sarasota County Contact Center at 941-861-5000 and ask about CodeRED registration. Sarasota County Emergency Management will keep residents informed as storms approach, and residents can count on us for help after a storm passes. But residents need to be prepared and self-suf“cient until we can respond. Being prepared is the best way to make sure your family is ready for any disaster. Remember, The “rst 72 are on you!ŽDont wait for the first hurricane to enter the GulfProvided by EDWARD MCCRANE JR. SARASOTA COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT CHIEF MCCRANE Arlene formed over the Atlantic Ocean last month and became the “rst tropical storm of 2017. A tropical storm has winds ranging from 39 to 73 mph that rotate around a well-organized center which contains showers and thunderstorms. Arlene did not strengthen to a hurricane and was never a threat to land. Arlene status as a tropical system only lasted a day. The development of Arlene is an anomaly and will have no important bearing on how the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season unfolds,Ž according to AccuWeather Hurricane Expert Dan Kottlowski. Similar to Hurricane Alex from January 2016, Arlene is well out of season. AccuWeather is expecting 10 named storms, of which “ve may become hurricanes, during the 2017 hurricane season. The Atlantic hurricane season does not of“cially begin until June 1 and extends through Nov. 30. Arlene became a sub-tropical depression on April 19 and then became fully tropical in nature the next morning. A subtropical system has both warm season and cold season storm characteristics. Since Arlene was warmer than its surrounding environment, it was considered to be fully tropical in nature,Ž Kottlowski said. The development of a tropical storm from a non-tropical system in the Atlantic is rare but can happen given special atmospheric conditions during the spring and fall seasons,Ž Kottlowski said. There has been only one tropical storm on record during April from 1851 to 2016, according to the Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratory. Prior to 1972, there was no consistent and frequent satellite coverage to visualize systems over the middle of the Atlantic,Ž Kottlowski said. The only tropical storm on record to form during April was Ana in 2003.Is Arlene a sign of an active hurricane season to come?By ALEX SOSNOWSKI,ACCUWEATHER METEOROLOGIST

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 5 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.The difference between Watches and WarningsBy MICHAEL KUHNEACCUWEATHER.COM WRITER 2525 Harbor Blvd., Suite 102 € Port Charlotte, FL 941.629.9190 € WWW .M EDICAL P AVILION C LINIC NET DAVID S. BALLESTAS, M.D., P.A. & ASSOCIATES INTERNAL MEDICINE € FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE Monday-Friday 8AM 7PM € Saturday 9AM 3PM MEDICAL PAVILION WALK IN CLINIC For All Your Primary Care Needs adno=50514308 Dr. David S. Ballestas Welcome 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. € Physical Exams € Womens Health € Hypertension € ECHOs € Impotence € Minor Surgical Procedures € Arthritis € Allergies € Diabetes € X-Rays € Stress Test € Weight Loss € Workers Compensation Preventative Care and Flu Shots Also Weight Loss and Pneumonia Care Our Services...

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Page 6 Friday, May 19, 2017 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 now to reduce the stress that comes with it. Like having your insurance company explain your policy wont pay for all your storm-related damages. Or not being able to get an air-conditioning company to come out 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. Jim Nolan Jr., of Nolan Family Insurance Agency in Punta Gorda, notes many current area residents werent here in 2004, when Charley hit, and havent been through the stress of a serious weather-related disaster. However knowing whats covered under your homeowners insurance policy, which contractors to call if needed, as well as having important items all in one safe, portable place can make a big difference in reducing that stress.Whats my coverage?If you havent reviewed your homeowners insurance policy recently, sit down with your agent before suffering a loss. Verify whether there is suf“cient coverage value on the structure and the contents, and whether those contents are 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 Charley, some policies began dropping it from standardized coverage, making it a purchasable option. If youre not satis“ed with your current coverage, get a new quote that includes your desired needs. 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 issued by the National Flood Insurance Program. 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 moderateto-low-risk areas are eligible for coverage at preferred rates and should consider purchasing one as well. As tropical storms move inland, rainfall dumped in short time frames can result in ”ash ”ooding that can last up to a week or more,Ž the NFIP explains. People outside of mapped high-risk ”ood areas “le nearly 25 percent of all National Flood Insurance Program ”ood insurance claims and receive one-third of federal disaster assistance for ”ooding.Ž Yes, premiums are going up, and for policies issued after April 1, 2015, primary residence homeowners also will pay a surcharge, with all other properties getting a higher surcharge. But consider the cost of not having ”ood insurance. Go to the NFIPs website, www.”oodsmart.gov, and click What could ”ooding cost me?Ž Then enter the size of your home and height of the ”ood. For example, a 2,000-square-foot home with just inches of water results in $30,000 worth of damage. At 1 foot, the cost increases to $52,000, when furniture and appliances are added. Theres usually a 30-day waiting period after the premium is paid before a ”ood insurance policy becomes effective. To get more information, visit the www.”oodsmart.gov site, or call the NFIP help center at 800-427-2419.Have a go-to contractors listPrepare a list of trustworthy contractors, because good ones are hard to get after a storm. That means having a plumber, an air-conditioning contractor, an electrician, a 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 as possible. Not only does it allow you to trust their work, but current customers normally will get preferential treatment in an emergency. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 7 companies that specialize in debris removal, garage doors, gutters and painting, are in the CharlotteDeSoto Building Industry Associations directory, at www.cdbia.com or by calling 941-625-0804. The CDBIA vets all members, including veri“cation of appropriate state and/ or county licensure if its required. It also will check licensure of nonmembers if requested. And on its website under the Consumer ResourcesŽ tab, it lists all services a handyman can and „ most importantly „ cannot perform. Not surprisingly, unlicensed activity typically increases as scam artists prey on desperate situations. But during a declared state of emergency, unlicensed 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 licensure yourself, call: 941-743-1201 for Charlotte County; 941-5753324 for Punta Gorda; 941429-7016 for North Port; and 863-993-4811 for DeSoto County „ including the city of Arcadia. 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 getting an offered deal only 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, understand that 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 backup to your computers hard drive, 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 documents should include copies of health insurance cards; Social Security cards; current prescriptions; policy numbers for auto, ”ood and homeowners 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. Finally, if theres a declared emergency in your 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 Friday in the Sun. Contact him c/o the Sun, 23170 Harborview Road, Charlotte Harbor, FL 33980; email dmorris@sun-herald. com; or leave a message at 941-206-1114.DAVIDFROM PAGE 6 Help reduce costly electric bills with our $30 Off Super Preventive Care Special!** UP TO 72 MONTHS 0% INTEREST FINANCING* with the purchase of a qualifying Lennox home comfort system.IN REBATES*$1,700receive up to Offer expires 6/9/2017. *On a qualifying system purchase. Lennox system rebate offers range from $250 to $1,700. Some restrictions apply. One offer available per qualifying purchase. See your local Lennox dealer or www.lennox.com for details **Regularly $89.00.. 2017 Lennox Industries Inc. Lennox Dealers are independently owned and operated businesses. (941) 627-8881www.boyd-hvac.com Serving all of Charlotte County 2460 Highlands Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33983 OR Another way we make you feel better. adno=50515781

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Page 8 Friday, May 19, 2017Charlotte 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 tie-down 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 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 rode. 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.Nautical know-how: Secure your boatNAUTICAL | 9 Robert Nelson FREE ESTIMATES License # SCC131151676 License # AAA005866 € SEAWALLS € BOAT DOCKS € BOAT LIFTS Serving the Gulf Coast since 1961Ž Cal l 941 -679-3882 € Englewood www .bennettmarineconstruction.com adno=50514260

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 9 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 boat 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. Robert Nelson is a Sun Correspondent and has worked in the marine industry in Charlotte County for many years. He currently owns All Aboard Boat Service, a boat detailing, general maintenance and watch service. For more information, call 941-929-8305 or email allaboardboat service@yahoo.com.NAUTICALFROM PAGE 8 SUN FILE PHOTOSecure the boat from all angles because wind directions shift. 2015 2016 GULF COAST UROLOGY Compassionate Physicians Comprehensive Care Leading the Community in: Â… Introducing new and contemporary options to address Bladder Control Problems Â… Addressing Urinary Incontinence Issues in Women Â… Treating Prostate Issues and Kidney Stones Â… And All Urologic Cancers Tel: 941-625-1550 Board Certified Urologists 21260 Olean Blvd., Suite 202A Port Charlotte, FL 33952 713 East Marion, Suite 135 Punta Gorda, FL 33950 571 Medical Drive Englewood, FL 34223 adno=50513292 2014 2013 Eric E. Coronato, D.O. 2012 2011 2010 2009 A Division of 21 st Century Oncology, Inc. Andrew K. Weitzel, D.O.

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Page 10 Friday, May 19, 2017 Hurricane Charley damaged many boats in Charlotte County in 2004. SUN FILE PHOTOSThere are some tips to keeping your boat aoat during hurricane season, but not all vessels will remain seaworthy after a storm. Before a hurricane€ Find a place to moor your boat. Make 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.Securing vessels before a stormVESSELS | 11 COST OF AVERAGE TOW HOME Sea Tow members receive free towing, fuel drops, jump starts, prop disentanglements, covered ungroundings and more.Make it easy. Join Sea Tow. Sea Tow Charlotte Harbor \ 941-625-5454 Join now.800-4-SEATOWseatow.com SeaTow membersreceivefreetowingfueldropsjumpstart s COSTOFAVERAGETOW H OME C O S T O F AVERA G E T O W H O ME NON-MEMBER: $650 MEMBER: $0Sea Tow Services International, Inc. 2013. All rights reserved. adno=50514259

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 11When a storm threatens€ When securing lines, consider tide fluctuations 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 fill 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 of“cials. € 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.VESSELSFROM PAGE 10 SUN PHOTO BY ROBERT NELSONWhen 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. I N T E R E S T F R E E F IN A N CI N G 1 2 M O N T HS Check out the low prices this storm blew in!  W HI R L W I ND OF S A V I N GS Ž F ACTORY A UTHORIZED S ERVICE C ENTER A CTION A PPLIANCE COME IN AND SEE MORE UNADVERTISED SPECIALS **EXCLUDES ONE OF A KIND FLOOR MODELS, DISCOUNTED MODELS, ONLY APPLICABLE TO COMPATIBLE SALES. PT. CHARLOTTE 941-627-0056 DELIVERY AVAILABLE 2626 TAMIAMI TRAIL € PORT CHARLOTTE, FL € 941-629-2801 KRMF706EBS Front Load sets MED5500FW MHW5500FW VOTED BEST OF CHARLOTTE COUNTY FOR SALES AND SERVICE 4 Door Black Stainless Refrigerators WED4815FW WTW4816FW TOP LOAD Washer & Dryer F inger Print Resistant Refrigerator MFT2776FEZ adno=50515684

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Page 12 Friday, May 19, 2017For 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 five 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. Preparing your business for hurricane seasonBILL | 13 SCORE CounselorBill McCabe Experts are calling for a below-normal hurricane season this year, as a potential El Nio may limit the development of storms. AccuWeather meteorologists are predicting 10 named storms, “ve of which are projected to become hurricanes and three of which may become major hurricanes. The big factor is going to be the fact that we now believe El Nio will come on board some time during the summer and will continue all the way through the rest of the hurricane season,Ž AccuWeather Meteorologist Dan Kottlowski said. El Nio is characterized by warmer-than-normal ocean water temperatures in the Paci“c Ocean near the equator. It typically causes episodes of strong westerly winds in the tropical Atlantic, which inhibit the development of storms. Though the transition is likely, its too soon to tell how quickly El Nio will develop and how strong it will become. If the El Nio pattern becomes moderate in the late summer and fall „ meaning episodes of these winds are more frequent, the season could end early. Despite these uncertainties, two to four tropical impacts are forecast for the United States. A close eye is being kept on coastal sections of the northern Gulf of Mexico, including Florida, and the Southeast coast for development, Kottlowski said. Analog years, or years in which the climatic pattern was similar to the current pattern, suggest these regions may be particularly vulnerable to impacts. Deep, warm water and high sea surface temperatures over the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean also threaten to support at least one high impact hurricane similar to Joaquin in 2015 and Matthew in 2016. The 2017 season, which runs from June 1 to Nov. 30, follows the deadliest in over 10 years for the Atlantic basin. Last season spawned 15 named storms, seven of which were hurricanes. It was also the costliest Atlantic hurricane season since 2012.2017 Atlantic hurricane forecast: Possible El Nio to limit development of stormsBy JILLIAN MACMATH ACCUWEATHER STAFF WRITER 2017 STORM NAMESArlene Bret Cindy Don Emily Franklin Gert Harvey Irma Jose Katia Lee Maria Nate Ophelia Philippe Rina Sean Tammy Vince Whitney adno=50514244 Mon.…Fri. 9…5:30 € Sat. 9…1 Call today for more information 941-505-1095 615 Cross Street (US 41) Punta Gorda, FL 33950 Punta Gordas only locally owned pharmacy Easy prescription transfers Now Accepting Most Insurance Plans including Tricare Delivery Available Dr. Comfort Diabetic Shoes 2015 2016 Best Pharmacist: William Hnatyk Best Pharmacy

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 13 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 pr operty, 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. 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, BILLFROM PAGE 12 BILL | 14 We Are The Calm In The Storm Five Star Values. Five Star Standards. Five Star Senior Living. € Hurricane Resistant Building € Generators € Hot Meals Served € Contracted Services If We Need To Evacuate At Lexington Manor, you will live in a real home atmosphere with three restaurant-style meals served each and every day along with a full calendar of events and activities to share with the friends you are sure to make here. Short-term and respite stays are available. Assisted Living Facility # 10548 941-766-7991 20480 Veterans Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33954 www.lexingtonmanorportcharlotte.com adno=50513299

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Page 14 Friday, May 19, 2017 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. Longterm 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 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. 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Page 16 Friday, May 19, 2017 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, 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. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 17 € 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 PHOTODont leave your pets behind in a storm. If staying at a pet-friendly shelter, be sure to bring a pet carrier, leash and vaccination documentation. Also, remember to bring at least 72 hours worth of food, water and medication for your pet. € Affor dabl e Cr owns € Fr ee 2nd opi ni on € Root Canal Therapy € Crown/Bri dge Restorati ons € I mpl ant Restorati on € Cl eani ngs & Fi l l i ng € Cosmeti c Veneers € Denture Servi ces € Extracti ons € Oral Surgery € Professi onal Whi teni ng € A Personal i zed, comprehensi ve doctor/pati ent experi ence CALL FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT 9416294804 BRANDAU FAMILY DENTISTRY 2762 Tami ami Trai l Sui te B, Port Charl otte, FL 33952 Services Offered: G REGORY J. B RANDAU D.D.S. Dr. Gregory Brandau is a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Dental Association and Florida Dental Association INSURANCES ACCEPTED ………… SE HABLA ESPAOL AFFORD ABLE P RICE S Dr. Greg Brandau utilizes the latest, most effective dental health treatments, combined with old fashioned concern and respect for the patient as an individual and their overall well-being. Gentle Dentistry at its Best WE Treat our patients like Family! adno=50513297

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Page 18 Friday, May 19, 2017 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 man-eating 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.Email: cfeinberg@sun-herald.comAdvice 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.

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 19 FOOD TO USE The 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 DISCARD Do 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. Animal 3519 Drance St € Port Charlotte, FL www.awlshelter.org € 941-625-6720 Pet Disaster Preparedness Can Save Lives! What have you done to make sure that your pets needs are met during the next big disaster? Welfare League adno=50514071

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Page 20 Friday, May 19, 2017To 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 „ just not all at once. This 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. If you start this week, it will be complete by the time the heart of Hurricane Season arrives in August. If you get through the season without using it, you can have a Hurricane Kit FeastŽ in December. „ 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 tapeWEEK 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 bandagesWEEK 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 fluidWEEK 6€ 1 large bottle of juice € Zip-storage plastic bags € 1 box snack bars € 2 rolls paper towels € Aluminum foil € Oven mitts First aid supplies: € Anti-diarrhea medicine € Rubbing alcohol € 2 pair latex gloves € Hydrogen peroxide € Petroleum jelly € First-aid bookWEEK 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 gripsWEEK 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 € HatchetWEEK 9€ 1 box crackers € Plastic containers/lids € Safety pins € Dry cereal Other supplies: € Double-sided tape, zip ties, bungee cords € Masking tape First aid supplies: € 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 items: € Camping or utility knife € Extra radio batteries € Local and state road maps € Window covers and fastenersWEEK 11€ 2 rolls paper towels € 1 can meat € 1 can fruit Other items: € 1 box disposable dust masks € Screwdriver € Plastic safety goggles € Handsaw and/or chainsaw, fuelWEEK 12€ Large plastic bags for food € Plastic wrap € Aluminum foil € Sandwich bread (freeze until needed) Other items: € Battery-powered camping lantern € Generator and extra fuel € Broom, mop, bucket

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 21 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. Also, consider lling a two-liter bottle with water and freezing it. That also will help keep a freezer cool. John J. Janick, MD adno=50513305 Specializing in Endocrinology & Internal Medicine. On-site diagnostic testing including sonograms, formal neuropathic studies and DEXA scans. € Primary Care € Diabetes € Osteoporosis € Thyroid diseases € Hormones € Cholesterol disorders € Hypertension € Metabolic disorders € Lack of growth WE TREAT ALL AILMENTS YOU MAY HAVE! Most Insurances Accepted 1649 Tamiami Trail Unit 1C Port Charlotte FL 33948 941-629-3366 Dr. Janick and his staff stay involved with the patient along their journey to obtaining and maintaining good health. Accepting New Patients

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Page 22 Friday, May 19, 2017 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 neighbors 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.Storing and using generators safelyPROVIDED BY FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT PORTABLE GENERATOR TIPS€ Never run generators inside your home or garage, as they produce potentially 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 detector, 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. „ Provided by Florida Power & LightGENERATORS | 26 adno=54511892

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 23 Storms deliver deadly surges € Ike 2008: Hurricane Ike made landfall near the north end of Galveston Island as a Category 2 hurricane. Storm surges of 15-20 feet above normal tide levels occurred along the Bolivar Peninsula of Texas and in much of the Galveston Bay area. Property damage from Ike is estimated at $24.9 billion. € Katrina 2005: Katrina was one of the most devastating hurricanes in the history of the United States. It produced catastrophic damage „ estimated at $75 billion in the New Orleans area and along the Mississippi coast „ and is the costliest U.S.hurricane on record. Storm surge flooding of 25 to 28 feet above normal tide levels was associated with Katrina. The hurricane is responsible for approximately 1,200 reported deaths, including about 1,000 in Louisiana and 200 in Mississippi. Seven additional deaths occurred in southern Florida. € Dennis 2005: Dennis affected much of Florida, and its effects extended well inland over portions of the southeastern United States with the maximum amount of rainfall of 12.8 inches occurring near Camden, Ala. Storm surge flooding of 7-9 feet produced considerable storm surgerelated damage near St. Marks, Fla., well to the east of the landfall location. The damage associated with Dennis in the United States is estimated at $2.23billion. € Isabel 2003: Isabel was the worst hurricane to affect the Chesapeake Bay region since 1933. Storm surge values of more than 8 feet flooded rivers that flowed into the bay across Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Washington, D.C. Isabel was the most intense hurricane of the 2003 season and directly resulted in 17 deaths and more than $3 billion in damages. „ Provided by the NationalHurricane Center1 Storm surge is often the greatest threat to life and property from a hurricane. It poses a signi“cant threat for drowning. A mere 6 inches of fast-moving ”oodwater 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 ”ood 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 Saf“r-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.6Many 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 of“cials could issue evacuation or other instructions for many reasons. Always follow their instructions. For more information, go to www.nhc.noaa.gov.Ten facts about storm surge dangers adno=50515580 We service what we sell! Complete Hurricane Protection 941.629.3490 Port Charlotte, FL www.Harpers1980.com Free Permit ($150.00 value) with order over $1,500 Must Present Coupon at time of Order Complete Screen Enclosures For Lanai & Pool Areas Custom Designed Entries & Enclosures Electric & Manual Garage Screens Roll-down & Accordion Shutters Many Options Available L I C EN S ED & I N SU R E D F R E E E ST I M A T E S At Harpers our goal is not only protecting your home, but enhancing and adding enjoyment to your everyday life.

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Page 26 Friday, May 19, 2017 € Follow the manufacturers recommendations for proper use and capacity. Overloading the generator can result in damage to 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 ”oat 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 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 “lters and damage engines. LPG (lique“ed petroleum gas) „ This type of gas requires on-site storage. It can be stored inde“nitely. 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 “lters. 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 22 SUN FILE PHOTOStorm preparations include having extra gas on hand for vehicles and generators.

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 27 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 Protect livestock from hurricanesPROVIDED BY THE FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE & CONSUMER SERVICES DIVISION OF ANIMAL INDUSTRYLIVESTOCK | 28 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. adno=50514509

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Page 28 Friday, May 19, 2017 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 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 on-farm 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. If your animals are sheltered off your property, make sure they remain in the groupings they are used to. Also, be sure they are securely contained and sheltered from the elements if necessary, whether in cages, fenced-in areas or buildings.Farm disaster kitMake a disaster kit so you have supplies on hand in the event of a disaster. Place the kit in a central location and let everyone know where it is. Check the contents regularly to ensure fresh and complete supplies. Include the following items, then add items that you use every day: € Current list of all animals, including their location and records of feeding, vaccinations and tests. Make this information available at various locations on the farm. Make sure that you have proof of ownership for all animals. € Supplies for temporary identi“cation of your animals, such as plastic neckbands and permanent markers to label your animals with your name, address and phone number. € Basic “rst aid kit. € Handling equipment such as halters, cages and appropriate tools for each kind of animal. € Water, feed and buckets. Tools and supplies needed for sanitation. € Disaster equipment such as a cellphone, ”ashlights, portable radios and batteries. € Other safety and emergency items for your vehicles and trailers. € Food, water and disaster supplies for your family.LIVESTOCKFROM PAGE 27

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 29 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. Keep your family and home safePROVIDED BY FPLSAFE | 36 Are you tired of: Cooking? Cleaning? Yard Work? 2014 HARVEST MANAGEMENT SUB LLC, HOLIDAY AL MANAGEMENT SUB LLC, HOLIDAY AL NIC MANAGEMENT LLC 22747 Assisted Living Facility #3915 Royal Palm Retirement Centre Independent Living € Assisted Living € Memory Care 2500 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 941-787-5141 | royalpalmseniorliving.com Let us do the work for you! At Royal Palm, we take care of lifes daily details so you can focus on what matters most. Call to schedule your personal visit today! As a resident, youll enjoy: € 3 Meals Daily € Weekly Housekeeping € Scheduled Transportation € Great Activity Program € Socialization € And so much more! adno=50514309

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Page 30 Friday, May 19, 2017How 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 signi“cant change in weather conditions or change in warnings. Intermediate advisory: A method for updating regular advisory information every 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. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 31 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.SMARTFROM PAGE 30 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. adno=50513434 Prestige HOME CENTERS INC 4465 Duncan Rd. (Hwy 17N), Punta Gorda, off Exit 164 941-637-1122 / 877-507-1122 HOMES Starting at $ 53,795 STANDING STRONG FOR YOU! STANDING STRONG FOR YOU! Repl acement Homes are Our Speci al ty! Repl acement Homes are Our Speci al ty! Bui l di ng Qual i ty Homes f or 48 Years! Bui l di ng Qual i ty Homes f or 48 Years! OPEN 7 DAYS! MÂ…F 9Â…6 Sat. 9Â…5 Sun. 12Â…5

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Page 32 Friday, May 19, 2017 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: Nothing can stand up to a strong hurricane, so why bother preparing.Ž REALITY: Its easy to understand why people might think that after seeing the damage caused by Hurricane Andrew, a Category 5 storm. But its not true. Many, if not most, of the buildings that failed during Andrew did so because they had a few correctable ”aws, most notably the lack of strong shutters and doors. Retro“tting those houses with modern hurricane protection, including some little things like adding Florida International Universitys magic nails to the roof, can make a lot of difference. (FIU researchers have found that using nails with a twist in them to hold the roofs plywood to the rafters dramatically increases the structures strength.) 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: The best thing to do if a hurricane is coming is to evacuate to Orlando.Ž REALITY: Its a traditional way to think, but its not true. Residents of Southwest Florida should stay in a strong building as close to home as possible, but outside of the evacuation zones announced for that particular storm. If you head upstate, you run the risk of getting caught in traf“c and being trapped in the middle of nowhere when the hurricane arrives. Also, buildings in Orlando are, in general, poorly constructed compared to buildings here, and provide a much lower level of hurricane protection. Theres no guarantee the hurricane wont follow you up the interstate. Besides, if its a bad storm, youll want to get home as soon as possible to take care of your property. 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.Differentiate between myth and reality SUN PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY CHRISTY FEINBERGLighting candles during a hurricane may provide light, but candles also may become a re hazard.MYTH | 33 adno=50515546

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 33 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.MYTHFROM PAGE 32 FILE PHOTOVehicles line the highway during an evacuation during Hurricane Charley in 2004. 3300 Tamiami Trail, Suite 102C Port Charlotte, FL 33952 ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS Integrative Family Medicine Weight loss Hormonal Management Erectile Dysfunction Nutraceutical Products … Aesthetics … Botox € PRP Injections for Joint Pain € Hair Loss & Wrinkles … Steroid Injections … B12 Injections … Minor Surgeries … Y our Health and Beauty … Our Priority FIND US ON FACEBOOK adno=50513293 Pierre Leroux, M.D. Board Certified F amily Medicine (941) 889-9525

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Page 34 Friday, May 19, 2017 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. € 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. 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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 35 € 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. Monthly Rent Includes: € Healthy, Delicious Meals Daily € FREE Transportation 6 Days a Week € All Utilities (except telephone) € Housekeeping € Heated Pool € Wellness Center € Social Activities € Social Center € Full Service Salon Small Pets are Welcome adno=50513291 $500 OFF First Months Rent With This Ad Only www.myrivercommonshome.com 2305 Aaron Street, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 941-629-0043 Independent Senior Living Community Are you Prepared? WE ARE! Hurricane Preparedness PERSONAL SERVICE (941) 505-0400 100 Madrid Blvd., Suite 214, Punta Gorda www.harboraudiology.net Dr. Ricardo Gauthier WE LISTEN SO YOU CAN HEAR. 2003-2016 Diagnostic Hearing Testing Tinnitus Evaluation & Treatment Hearing AidDispensing & Repair Assistive Listening Devices Batteries & Supplies Services include: adno=50509706

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Page 36 Friday, May 19, 2017 Vital 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 three to seven days of suppliesFPL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 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 SAFEFROM PAGE 29 SAFE | 39 adno=50514160

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 37 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 € Disobedience in the extreme € 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=50514224 Port Charlotte 19690 Cochran Blvd 941-625-0783 Punta Gorda 3941 Tamiami Trail 941-575-9799 € Storm Shutters € Impact Windows € Impact Doors and Sliders Materials all meet or exceed Miami Dade County codes.

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Page 38 Friday, May 19, 20172017 Atlantic Hurricane NamesWORD SEARCH W N S Y I S Y E E A Q D Y O Y W A U N C D A O D I J L P Z E T A L L P T V I K F D E H N P O S C D W S E I G E H L N F V M S C I P I T E H H E M D B Z K E T A N M A F C L N I A L I E P O Y N W W L L C Q E R O A Z J I W T X T N A S D A A I N M C N I V M H S A N O U R C F A B M Y A G O G B A U M G L E A F A V R T R D B H S R U H M K S A K Y U T I S Y L G Q S G Z R I N A K Y O G S E N Z B R E T F A U I K A T I A V Y K H C G B U O D V A E H R N Q X L J L F T E J W Y N K C G R M O M I G I O H T R K K P H I L I P P E A R A H P S T Y P J R Y Q I R J J M M K R H F T E I D E X K N I Q A H P L A C D W T G A Q T N X I B U W A D R Y Q K E P H X X M D W Z F U A T E N N H V Q H J R E Q S M U Q X B E N E L R A I N J F X Y K M G Y P K U R M T A L E A N R F H O I R I K M R J I M I O L H S J Q H L I N Q W B ARLENE BRET CINDY DON EMILY FRANKLIN GERT HARVEY IRMA JOSE KATIA LEE MARIA NATE OPHELIA PHILIPPE RINA SEAN TAMMY VINCE WHITNEY ALPHA BETA GAMMA DELTA EPSILON ZETA ETA THETA IOTA

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Friday, May 19, 2017 Page 39 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 into 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.SAFEFROM PAGE 36 941-698-9769 South Gulf Cove: 7621 Sawyer Cir. 941-629-6651 Port Charlotte: 590 Prineville St. www.murdockstonesetc.com $ 10 OFF DELIVERY With presentation of ad at time of order For All Your Landscaping Needs € Mulch (Bag & Bulk) € Fill Dirt € Topsoil € River Rock € Shell € Gravel € Sand (Paver & DOT) € Driveway Stones € Edging € Lava € Splash Block € Boulders € Rip Rap € Stepping Stones € Slate & Flagstones € Pavers € Granite € Figurines € Railroad Ties € Sod (Piece & Pallet) adno=50515581 Code:SHHG

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Page 40 Friday, May 19, 2017How 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.What happens if there are more storms than names?The 2004 and 2005 seasons were very busy. As experienced in 2005, the Greek alphabet is used when names run out: Tropical Storm Alpha, Hurricane Beta, etc. At present there are no plans to retire letters of the Greek alphabet from the list, but if a very bad hurricane occurs with a Greek letter name, this may have to be revised,Ž according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.Can I have a tropical cyclone named for me?We do not control the naming of tropical storms. Instead, a list of names has been established by an international committee of the United Nations World Meteorological Organization. For Atlantic hurricanes, there is actually one list for each of six years. In other words, one list is repeated every seventh year. Visit this webpage for more information: www. wmo.int/pages/prog/ www/tcp/Storm-naming. html. „ Provided by the National Hurricane CenterSTORM IDENTIFICATION: The names behind the hurricanes 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 “rst) 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 Paci“c 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. The 2017 Atlantic storm names are included in the puzzle on page 38.History of naming storms 941-639-5245 129 Carmalita St. € Punta Gorda, FL 33950 Proudly Serving SWFL Since 1970 Proudly Serving SWFL Since 1970 I NDUSTRIAL & M EDICAL G ASES € B EVERAGE & S PECIALTY G ASES €H YDROSTATIC C YLINDER T ESTING € W ELDING A ND S AFETY S UPPLIES adno=50514245 Now Offering Propane! adno=50514351 3161 Harbor Blvd., Port Charlotte, FL 33952 Winston McIntosh D.D.S. General Dentistry € Crowns & Bridges € Veneers € Whitening € Root Canal € Extractions € Dental Hygiene Do You Need a Dentist? € Periodontal Treatment € Full Mouth Rehabilitation € Digital X-Rays For a Great Smile... We Provide The Following Services:

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Page 48 Friday, May 19, 2017ARW Of“cer: Aerial Reconnaissance Weather AFOS: Automation of Field Operations and Services ASOS: Automated Surface Observing Systems AST: Atlantic Standard Time (EST + 1 or same as EDT) 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 Of“cer DFO: Disaster Field Of“ce 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 Of“cer (FEMA) FEMA: Federal Emergency Management AgencyFRP: Federal Response Plan GFDL: Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory (a location and a computer model) GFS: Global Forecasting System GMT: Greenwich Mean Time GOES: Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite GUNS: GFDL-UKMETNOGAPS model ensemble average GUNA: GFDI-UKMI-NGPIAVNI model ensemble average HES: Hurricane Evacuation Study HF: High Frequency ICS: Incident Command System IT: Information Technology Directorate (FEMA) ITCZ: Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone JIC: Joint Information Center KM: Kilometers KT: Knots (nautical miles per hour 1 KT = 1.15 mph) LBAR: Limited area BARotropic (NCEP model) LGE: Logistic Growth Equation (modi“ed SHIPS) LLCC: Low Level Cloud Center M: Statute Mile MB: Millibars MEOW: Maximum Envelope of Water or Maximum Envelope of Winds MERS: Mobile Emergency Response Support (FEMA) MPH: Miles Per Hour MOC: MERS Operations Center (FEMA) MRF: Medium Range Forecast (NCEP) M/S: Meters Per Second MT: Mitigation Directorate (FEMA) NAM: North American Mesoscale model NASA: National Aeronautics and Space Administration NAWAS: National Warning System NDMS: National Disaster Medical System NECC: National Emergency Coordination Center (FEMA) NEXRAD: Next Generation of Radar NHC: National Hurricane Center NM: Nautical Mile NPSC: National Process Serving Center (FEMA) NTC: National Teleregistration Center (FEMA) NOAA: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOGAPS: Naval Operational Global Atmospheric Prediction System NVOAD: National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster NWS: National Weather Service NWSFO: National Weather Service Forecasting Of“ce OSC: On-Scene Coordinator OS: Operations Support Directorate (FEMA) PIO: Public Information Of“cer PT: Preparedness, Training and Exercises Directorate (FEMA) PUP: Principle User Processor RACES: Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service RADAR: Radio Detection And Ranging RD: Regional Director REACT: Radio Emergency Associated Communication Team ROC: Regional Operations Center RR: Response and Recovery Directorate (FEMA) SCO: State Coordinating Of“cer SFMR: Stepped Frequency Microwave Radiometer SHIFOR: Statistical Hurricane Intensity FORecast SHIPS: Statistical Hurricane Intensity Prediction Scheme SITREP: Situation Report SLOSH: Sea, Lake, and Overland Surges for Hurricanes SOP: Standard Operating Procedure TD: Tropical Depression TS: Tropical Storm TPC: Tropical Prediction Center (no longer used) TAFB: Tropical Analysis and Forecast Branch (at NHC) TSB: Technical Support Branch (at NHC) UKMET: United Kingdom Of“ce of Meteorology (a place and a computer model) USACE: United States Army Corps of Engineers USAF: United States Air Force USCG: United States Coast Guard USGS: United States Geological Survey USN: United States Navy USAR: Urban Search and Rescue UTC: Universal Time Coordinated VT: Valid Time WFO: Weather Forecast Of“ceWRF: Weather Research and Forecasting model Z: Zulu Time (same as UTC) „ Provided by the National Hurricane CenterNational Hurricane Center and emergency management acronyms 2 0 0 6 2 0 1 7 Englewoods Largest Electrical Contractor LIGHTNING & SURGE PROTECTION € Flat Screen TV Installation 150 N. Indiana Ave., Englewood It s Electric Free Estimates 941-474-3104 WIRING WITH PRIDEŽ RESIDENTIAL € COMMERCIAL SERVICE Generator Sales Installation & Repairs Lic# EC0001536 State Certified adno=54511744 24 HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE 

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A -AAC Hldgs AAC ... ... 10 24.38 6.01 141 6.56 -9.4 AAR AIR .30 .9 25 38.75 21.78 294 33.33 +.8 ABB Ltd ABB .76e 3.1 ... 25.20 18.72 1834 24.67 +17.1 ABM ABM .68 1.6 24 45.03 32.89 157 41.42 +1.8 AES Corp AES .48 4.3 10 13.32 10.73 6439 11.18 -3.8 AES pfC AESpC 3.38 6.7 ... 52.48 49.95 6 50.46 +.1 AFLAC AFL 1.72 2.3 12 76.88 66.50 1685 73.72 +5.9 AFLAC 52 AFSD 1.38 5.4 ... 27.48 23.55 20 25.55 +5.6 AG MtgeIT MITT 1.90 10.4 24 19.38 13.50 147 18.21 +6.4 AG Mtg pfA MITTpA 2.06 8.1 ... 26.01 24.12 2 25.59 +4.9 AG Mtg pfB MITTpB 2.00 7.9 ... 25.50 23.26 2 25.30 +6.2 AGCO AGCO .56 .9 35 65.67 44.68 1186 61.75 +6.7 AH Belo AHC .32 5.9 ...dd 7.95 4.77 13 5.45 -14.2 AK Steel AKS ... ... 19 11.39 3.40 10441 5.45 -46.6tAMC Ent AMC .80 3.3 26 35.65 24.55 1657 24.50 -27.2 AMCON DIT .72 .7 12 122.90 83.21 2 102.60 -11.0 AMEC FW AMFW .30e 4.2 ... 7.82 4.96 40 7.10 +24.3 AMN Hlth AMN ... ... 18 44.99 26.00 345 37.85 -1.6 ARC Docu ARC ... ... 13 5.55 3.06 74 3.51 -30.9 ASA Gold ASA .04e .3 ...q 17.48 9.83 58 12.13 +9.9 AT&T Inc T 1.96 5.2 15 43.89 36.10 24656 37.95 -10.8 A10 Ntwks ATEN ... ... ...dd 10.87 6.05 379 8.16 -1.8 AU Optron AUO ...e ... ... 4.42 2.67 2128 3.74 +5.6 AVX Cp AVX .44 2.7 21 17.72 13.01 142 16.35 +4.6 AZZ Inc AZZ .68 1.3 22 67.98 51.20 67 54.30 -15.0 Aarons AAN .11 .3 16 37.67 20.51 745 34.95 +9.3 AbbottLab ABT 1.06 2.5 21 45.84 36.76 5058 42.98 +11.9 AbbVie ABBV 2.56 3.9 15 68.12 55.06 5745 65.63 +4.8 AberFitc ANF .80 6.4 ...dd 25.49 10.50 2661 12.56 +4.7 AbdAsPac FAX .48f 9.6 ...q 5.55 4.56 357 4.98 +7.6 AbdAustEq IAF .70e 11.8 ...q 6.37 5.10 63 5.94 +9.6 AbdnChile CH .58e 8.2 ...q 7.39 5.68 15 7.03 +18.0 AbdGlbInc FCO .84 9.8 ...q 9.15 7.64 30 8.57 +7.7 AbdEMSmC ABE .21e 1.5 ...q 14.00 10.90 5 13.76 +22.3 AbdGChina GCH .03e .3 ...q 11.00 7.97 4 10.78 +24.1 AbdnIndo IF .52e ... ...q 7.78 5.61 4 7.18 +12.9 AbdnIsrael ISL .35e 1.1 ...q 19.30 15.53 2 18.54 +15.3 AbdJapnEq JEQ .07e .6 ...q 8.30 7.31 21 8.28 +12.4 AbdnLatA LAQ 1.21e 2.1 ...q 25.27 17.71 45 22.69 +14.7 AbSingaFd SGF 1.09e 9.9 ...q 11.96 8.61 3 11.04 +27.5 AcadIBD50 FFTY ... ... ...q 27.60 19.78 14 26.86 +11.2 AcadiaRlt AKR 1.04 3.8 19 38.01 26.70 624 27.66 -15.4 Accenture ACN 2.31 1.9 20 126.53 108.66 1893 120.40 +2.8 AccoBrds ACCO ... ... 13 14.75 9.06 612 11.60 -11.1 AcmeU ACU .40 1.5 16 29.49 17.50 3 26.12 +2.2 AcornInt rs ATV ... ... ... 12.98 4.95 0 11.85 +48.1 AcreRlty AIII ... ... ...dd 1.65 .90 0 1.12 +.9 ActiniumP ATNM ... ... ...dd 2.19 .86 156 1.32 +50.9 Actuant ATU .04 .2 25 29.80 20.54 251 24.95 -3.9tAcuity AYI .52 .3 21 280.89 168.50 594 169.11 -26.7 Acushnet n GOLF ... ... ... 22.31 16.84 110 18.98 -3.7 AdaDvsEq ADX .92e 1.1 ...q 14.21 12.07 201 13.93 +9.6 AdamsNR PEO 1.38e 2.3 ...q 20.82 18.65 61 18.98 -5.9 AdmRsc AE .88 2.2 ...cc 44.00 29.64 15 40.06 +1.0 AdcareHlt ADK ... ... 4 2.60 .94 78 1.05 -28.1 Adcare pfA ADKpA 2.72 12.8 ... 25.00 19.44 4 21.22 -9.0 Adecaogro AGRO ... ... ... 13.29 9.38 1415 10.76 +3.7 Adient n ADNT .28p ... ... 76.09 39.66 1086 68.60 +17.1 AdvAuto AAP .24 .2 21 177.83 134.08 1511 148.51 -12.2 AdvDisp n ADSW ... ... ... 24.10 18.32 5891 21.99 -1.0 AdvDrainS WMS .24 1.1 30 28.49 18.60 515 21.45 +4.1 AdvSemi ASX .25e 4.0 ... 6.64 4.66 1423 6.18 +22.6 AdvFood n APFH .64 1.6 ... 40.79 23.43 638 40.15 +34.8 Advansx n ASIX ... ... ... 32.85 14.22 396 29.66 +34.0 AdvOil&Gs AAV ... ... 14 7.88 5.25 115 6.50 -3.7 AdvClayCv AVK 1.13 7.2 ...q 16.77 13.33 60 15.72 +7.1 AdvCCvII AGC .56 9.1 ...q 6.45 5.25 139 6.13 +4.3 AdvClEnh LCM .84 9.7 ...q 8.90 7.53 88 8.66 +4.3 AdSDorWr AADR .32e .7 ...q 51.25 36.12 47 46.33 +15.3 AdvPerHY HYLD 3.54e 9.9 ...q 36.66 32.71 24 35.84 +.5 AdvSh ef n CWS ... ... ... 29.00 24.34 1 27.76 +6.9 AdvSmCap SCAP ... ... ... 31.99 25.40 0 30.55 +1.7 AdvPacFlt FLRT 1.56e ... ...q 56.89 48.13 1 49.53 -1.1 Adv AthH n DIVI ... ... ... AdvSSage HOLD .41e .4 ...q 103.39 95.50 99.70 +.4 AdSGldEur GEUR .89e ... ...q 14.92 11.48 4 11.97 +3.2 AdSGldYen GYEN .41e ... ...q 12.51 10.60 0 11.18 +4.4 AdvNtMS MINC 1.34e 2.7 ...q 49.13 48.32 9 48.74 +.4 AdvS QAM QEH .22e .4 ...q 28.91 26.59 0 28.62 +2.7 AdvSStarG VEGA ... ... ...q 28.92 25.40 3 28.62 +3.5 AdvTrTabs TTFS .41e .6 ...q 67.35 52.36 7 63.29 -.4 AdvMeidll MATH .18e .6 ...q 30.84 25.53 29.70 +1.3 AdMadGBd FWDB .73e 2.8 ...q 26.24 24.75 1 25.86 +2.7 AdMadIntl FWDI .34e 1.3 ...q 27.63 21.05 3 26.97 +10.1 AdMadDm FWDD .15e .3 ...q 48.10 38.35 3 47.15 +6.2 AdvActBear HDGE ... ... ...q 11.30 8.59 255 9.13 -1.4 Aecom ACM ... ... 11 40.72 26.46 1475 32.43 -10.8 AegeanMP ANW .08 .8 8 13.10 5.00 317 10.20 +.5 Aegon AEG .29e 5.8 ... 5.84 3.36 2413 4.91 -11.2 Aegon cap AEH 1.59 6.1 ... 26.60 24.67 30 26.08 +4.2 Aegon 6.5 AED 1.63 6.2 ... 26.68 24.71 16 26.24 +4.3 Aegon t AEB .77 3.1 ... 25.39 21.85 13 25.04 +11.2 Aegon42 AEK 2.00 7.7 ... 28.38 25.54 21 25.96 -.3 AerCap AER ... ... 6 49.66 31.45 1496 43.45 +4.4 Aerocntry ACY ... ... 12 11.10 8.50 1 10.55 +11.6 AerohiveN HIVE ... ... ...dd 7.45 3.66 1224 4.50 -21.1 AerojetR AJRD ... ... 78 23.27 16.04 215 20.29 +13.0 Aetna AET 2.00f 1.4 18 144.87 104.59 2269 140.23 +13.1 AffilMgrs AMG .20p ... 14 177.77 130.48 777 149.51 +2.9 AffMgrs42 MGR 1.59 6.3 ... 27.69 24.80 26 25.31 +.2 Agilent A .53 .9 32 58.38 41.98 1910 55.85 +22.6 Agnico g AEM .40 ... ...cc 60.10 35.05 1888 48.81 +16.2 AgreeRlt ADC 1.98 4.4 18 51.50 41.01 183 45.28 -1.7 Agrium g AGU 3.50 3.9 16 111.88 87.62 521 88.62 -11.9 Air Inds AIRI .60 26.2 ... 5.08 2.21 4 2.29 -27.3 AirLease AL .30f .8 7 40.24 24.49 1047 36.37 +5.9 AirProd APD 3.80f 2.7 23 157.84 129.00 1249 142.71 -.8 AirPrd wi APD/WI ... ... ... Aircastle AYR 1.04 4.8 10 25.98 18.26 288 21.55 +3.4 AlaPw pfO ALPpO 1.46 5.1 ... 30.93 25.30 1 28.44 +8.3 AlamoGp ALG .40 .5 20 87.73 56.81 136 83.23 +9.4 AlamosGld AGI .02 .3 ... 10.41 5.85 2160 6.48 -5.3 AlaskaAir ALK 1.20 1.4 11 101.43 54.51 1170 83.04 -6.4 AlbnyIn AIN .68 1.5 27 49.50 37.00 167 46.20 -.2 Albemarle ALB 1.28 1.2 30 112.88 74.86 909 110.00 +27.8 Alcoa Cp AA ... ... ... 39.78 20.71 2386 31.92 +13.7 Alere ALR ... ... ...dd 49.53 31.47 454 47.38 +21.6 Alere pfB ALRpB 12.00t ... ... 389.79 271.04 376.11 +13.0 AlexB Inc ALEX .28 .7 ...dd 46.87 34.61 176 41.30 -8.0 Alexanders ALX 17.00f 4.1 18 451.99 364.01 6 411.33 -3.6 AlexREE ARE 3.32 2.8 23 120.96 94.98 730 117.09 +5.4 AlxRE pfD AREpD 1.75 4.9 ... 37.25 31.72 1 35.71 +4.2 AlexcoR g AXU ... ... ... 2.54 1.02 372 1.33 -1.5 AlgonPw n AQN .47 ... ... 10.18 7.91 82 9.85 +16.2 Alibaba BABA ... ... 38 124.34 73.30 33739 121.27 +38.1 Timmins g TGD/O ... ... 1 .63 .23 .48 +52.4 Alio Gld rs ALO ... ... 1 6.28 2.32 4.77 AllegCp Y ... ... 18 667.19 510.17 61 566.47 -6.8 AllegTch ATI ... ... ...dd 23.69 11.33 2119 14.89 -6.5 Allegion ALLE .64 .8 ... 82.00 61.47 647 77.32 +20.8 Allergan AGN .70p ... 16 261.27 184.50 3665 218.73 +4.2 Allergn pfA AGNpA 55.00 7.0 ... 920.24 691.00 34 784.75 +2.9 Allete ALE 2.14 3.1 26 72.05 54.48 220 69.17 +7.8 AlliCAMun AKP .70 5.1 ...q 15.74 13.02 78 13.66 +3.1 AlliData ADS .52p ... 16 266.25 185.02 748 234.66 +2.7 AlliBNtlMu AFB .75 5.5 ...q 15.21 12.83 94 13.48 +2.0tAlliOne rs AOI ... ... 3 25.52 11.55 58 11.05 -42.4 AlliBGlbHi AWF .97a 7.6 ...q 13.03 11.25 273 12.68 +.9 AlliNYMun AYN .67 4.7 ...q 14.29 AlliBern AB 1.81e 8.6 10 25.13 20.40 537 21.00 -10.4 AlliantEg s LNT 1.22 3.1 21 40.99 34.88 1652 39.82 +5.1 AlliGlCvInc NCV .78 11.3 ...q 7.06 5.77 260 6.90 +8.2 AlliGblCv2 NCZ .69 11.4 ...q 6.27 5.07 221 6.06 +6.1 AlliNFJDv NFJ 1.20 9.2 ...q 13.37 11.91 205 13.11 +4.0 AlliGlEqCv NIE 1.52 7.8 ...q 19.84 17.46 75 19.56 +6.2 AllnzgDI&Cv ACV 2.00 9.9 ...q 21.18 16.87 40 20.23 +7.7 AlldCap47 AFC 1.72 6.7 ... 26.28 25.10 27 25.52 +1.1 AlldWldAsr AWH 1.04 2.0 16 54.46 33.20 289 52.43 -2.4 AllisonTrn ALSN .60 1.6 33 40.02 26.36 1401 36.81 +9.3 Allstate ALL 1.48f 1.7 15 86.03 65.27 2149 84.72 +14.3 Allstat pfA ALLpA 1.41 5.4 ... 27.88 24.17 14 26.07 +5.3 Allstate 53 ALLpB 1.28 4.6 ... 28.26 24.66 41 27.89 +10.8 Allstat pfC ALLpC 1.69 6.2 ... 28.61 25.54 31 27.05 +4.9 Allstat pfD ALLpD 1.66 6.1 ... 28.71 25.54 4 27.31 +5.6 Allstat pfE ALLpE 1.66 6.1 ... 28.67 25.51 14 27.15 +4.9 Allstat pfF ALLpF 1.56 5.7 ... 29.16 25.00 15 27.28 +6.4 AllyFincl ALLY .32p 1.7 9 23.62 14.84 5787 18.29 -3.8 AlmadM n AAU ... ... ... 1.88 .75 331 1.31 +35.2 AlonUSA ALJ .60 4.8 ...dd 13.01 5.86 668 12.56 +10.4 AlonUsaLP ALDW .78e 6.9 30 12.44 7.63 134 11.30 +17.7 AlpUSQVal QVAL 1.35e 5.5 ...q 26.07 20.29 6 24.70 -.2sAlpValuIntl IVAL 1.35e 4.5 ... 30.00 20.99 3 30.08 +17.1 AlpMoIntQ IMOM ... ... ...q 26.81 22.35 3 25.68 +12.6 AlpMoUSQ QMOM ... ... ... 26.70 20.50 3 24.77 +.2tAlpArcVl n VMOT ... ... ... 25.20 24.84 0 24.70 -.8 AlphaPro APT ... ... 15 3.80 2.04 29 2.90 -17.1 AlpGDDiv AGD .78 7.8 ...q 10.16 8.04 50 9.99 +13.9 AlpGPPrp AWP .60 9.9 ...q 6.16 4.84 508 6.07 +18.3 AlpTotDiv AOD .69 8.1 ...q 8.68 6.97 402 8.56 +12.9 AlpsETF GRI 1.52e 3.5 ...q 47.03 40.28 7 43.85 +5.2 AlpsEqSect EQL 1.83e 2.9 ...q 64.11 55.02 5 62.89 +4.8 AlpBzSoMed BUZ ... ... ... 28.14 22.32 27.79 +6.1 AlpsRivFlex RFFC ... ... ... Alps RivDiv RFDA ... ... ... 29.23 24.45 14 27.65 +2.5 AlpRvrCare RFCI ... ... ... 27.89 24.16 14 24.73 +1.2 AlpRivUncn RFUN ... ... ... 28.76 24.65 3 26.10 +1.3 AlpSprtJG SGDJ ... ... ...q 49.11 28.00 17 32.02 +.8 AlpMedBrk SBIO ... ... ...q 27.61 19.90 48 25.57 +11.6 AlpSprotG SGDM ... ... ...q 29.85 16.89 33 20.26 +7.4 AlpWkplEq EQLT .46 ... ...q 33.09 25.77 1 32.24 +6.7 AlpEDvDg EDOG .67e 2.8 ...q 24.55 20.21 12 23.73 +9.0 AlpAlerEn ENFR 1.35e 5.8 ...q 24.95 20.21 14 23.16 -2.9 AlpIntDvDg IDOG 1.47e 5.5 ...q 26.92 21.28 42 26.52 +12.2 AlpBarr400 BFOR .26e .7 ...q 37.64 28.66 6 36.63 +4.5 AlpEqHiVol HVPW 1.52e 8.0 ...q 20.49 18.80 16 19.06 -1.8 AlpRivStInc RIGS .30e 1.2 ...q 25.50 24.41 21 25.22 +.2 AlpsDvDog SDOG 1.40e 3.4 ...q 44.40 37.53 241 41.57 -1.2 AlpAlerMLP AMLP 1.35e 11.1 ...q 13.31 11.77 8436 12.12 -3.8 Alteryx n AYX ... ... ... 20.15 14.61 100 17.47 +14.7 AltisrcAst AAMC ... ... 9 89.12 12.51 1 73.50 +37.4 AltisResid RESI .60 4.2 ... 15.66 7.81 503 14.30 +29.5 Altria MO 2.44 3.5 23 76.55 60.82 5099 70.54 +4.3 AlumChina ACH ... ... ... 13.85 7.22 29 11.20 +9.7 ATrFn pfA AFSIpA 1.69 8.0 ... 26.00 19.40 24 21.05 -14.4 AmTrF pfB AFSIpB 1.81 8.2 ... 26.49 20.37 24 22.10 -11.7 AmTrF pfC AFSIpC 1.91 8.2 ... 26.89 21.19 17 23.18 -7.9 AmTrF pf F AFSIpF ... ... ... 25.17 19.39 27 21.34 -7.5 AmTrF pfE AFSIpE ... ... ... 27.40 21.03 40 24.12 -5.5 AmTrFn 7.5 AFST ... ... ... 28.75 22.46 16 25.05 -2.7 AmTrFn 55 AFSS 1.81 7.2 ... 26.81 22.57 13 25.00 -1.0 AmTrF pfD AFSIpD 1.88 8.2 ... 26.91 21.00 16 22.90 -9.2 AmberRd AMBR ... ... ...dd 12.30 5.09 57 7.21 -20.6 Ambev ABEV .06e 1.1 5 6.39 4.70 78081 5.50 +12.0 Ameren AEE 1.76 3.2 21 56.57 46.65 3157 55.30 +5.4 Ameresco AMRC ... ... 25 7.05 4.24 66 6.60 +20.0 AMovilL AMX .66e 4.4 52 16.03 11.02 6682 15.08 +20.0 AmMovl A AMOV ... ... ... 15.82 13.89 5 14.91 AmAssets AAT 1.04f 2.7 21 46.38 37.54 281 39.03 -9.4 AmAxle AXL ... ... 5 21.25 12.61 2078 15.77 -18.3 AmCampus ACC 1.76f 3.8 26 54.56 44.65 609 46.80 -6.0 AmDGEn ADGE ... ... ...dd .44 .22 462 .32 +13.2tAEagleOut AEO .50 4.6 9 19.55 10.91 13482 10.88 -28.3 AEP AEP 2.36 3.5 17 71.32 57.89 2004 68.31 +8.5 AEqInvLf AEL .24f 1.0 13 28.00 13.07 658 24.43 +8.4 AmExp AXP 1.28 1.7 14 82.00 57.15 3469 76.38 +3.1 AFnclGrp AFG 1.25 1.3 15 100.58 69.06 424 97.00 +10.1 AFnclG6-42 AFW 1.59 6.2 ... 26.81 24.98 12 25.59 +1.9 AFnclG8-42 AFA 1.44 5.7 ... 26.31 24.16 2 25.25 +1.1 AFnclGp 54 AFGE 1.56 5.8 ... 28.28 24.43 7 26.76 +6.9 AFnclGp 55 AFGH 1.50 5.6 ... 28.02 23.58 12 26.73 +6.9 AHm4Rent AMH .20 .9 40 23.98 17.53 2654 22.16 +5.6 AHm4R pfA AMHpA 1.25 4.4 ... 29.37 26.06 4 28.20 +2.2 AHm4R pfB AMHpB 1.25 4.4 ... 29.70 26.32 1 28.35 +3.5 AHm4R pfC AMHpC 1.38 4.8 ... 29.50 26.21 2 28.45 +4.8 AHm4Rn pfD AMHpD 1.63 6.4 ... 27.58 22.15 39 25.46 +1.8 AHm4R pfE AMHpE 1.59 6.3 ... 26.37 22.55 47 25.20 +2.8tAHm4R pfF AMHpF ... ... ... 25.03 24.55 14 24.50 -1.3 AIG wt AIG/WS ... ... ... 25.26 15.50 136 20.10 -14.3 AmIntlGrp AIG 1.28 2.1 99 67.47 48.41 9689 61.39 -6.0 AmLorain ALN ... ... ...dd 1.30 .38 56 .44 -18.5 AMidstrm AMID 1.65 12.6 ...dd 18.45 10.39 240 13.10 -28.0 AmrRlty ARL ... ... ...dd 9.85 4.67 7.62 +47.4 AmRenAs n ARA ... ... ... 29.65 15.47 71 17.30 -18.7 AmShrd AMS ... ... 18 5.00 1.81 27 3.85 +14.9 AmStsWtr AWR .97 2.2 26 46.84 37.47 212 44.26 -2.9 AmTower AMT 2.48f 1.9 51 132.09 99.72 3983 127.98 +21.1 ATowr pfB AMTpB 5.50 4.7 ... 120.80 99.45 73 117.96 +12.9 AVangrd AVD .06f .3 38 20.00 13.02 65 17.25 -9.9 AmWtrWks AWK 1.66f 2.2 26 85.24 69.41 1145 75.25 +4.0 AmerSilvr n USAS ... ... ... Amerigas APU 3.80f 8.8 85 50.11 42.45 242 43.36 -9.5 Ameriprise AMP 3.32f 2.7 13 135.20 84.92 1288 124.42 +12.2 AmeriBrgn ABC 1.46 1.7 14 94.50 68.38 1124 86.69 +10.9 Ametek AME .36 .6 26 60.69 43.28 2087 59.14 +21.7 AmiraNatF ANFI ... ... ... 8.99 4.71 75 4.83 -21.5 Ampco AP .36 2.3 ...dd 18.25 9.34 23 15.85 -5.4 Amphenol APH .64 .9 ... 73.86 55.13 874 72.45 +7.8 AmpioPhm AMPE ... ... ... 4.19 .52 200 .75 -16.7 AmYdPr5 ef PFV ... ... ... 27.96 24.52 27.47 +3.0 AmpDivOpt DIVO ... ... ... 26.88 24.80 4 26.00 +4.5 Amplify n BETR ... ... 19 17.53 7.86 284 8.73 -.9 Ampliph rs APHB ... ... ... 37.23 .80 391 .85 Amrep AXR ... ... 9 8.14 4.04 1 6.24 -15.9 Anadarko APC .20 .4 ...dd 73.33 48.29 5047 52.08 -25.3sAnadrk 18 AEUA 3.75 7.9 ... 47.13 34.50 29 47.50 +14.9 AnglogldA AU ... ... ... 22.91 9.28 4717 11.30 +7.5 ABInBev BUD 3.19e 2.7 ... 136.08 98.28 5129 117.00 +11.0 Anixter AXE ... ... 17 88.00 51.50 132 75.95 -6.3 Annaly NLY 1.20a 10.5 10 12.07 9.83 6642 11.44 +14.7 Annaly pfA NLYpA 1.97 7.5 ... 26.84 24.51 5 26.12 +4.3 Annaly pfC NLYpC 1.91 7.4 ... 26.04 23.77 15 25.74 +6.8 Annaly pfD NLYpD 1.88 7.3 ... 26.29 23.79 29 25.52 +5.7 Annaly pfE NLYpE 1.91 7.5 ... 25.88 23.95 54 25.48 +5.7tAntero n AMGP ... ... ... 22.43 20.97 480 21.01 -5.7 AnteroMid AM 1.12f 3.3 28 35.74 23.76 853 33.73 +9.2 AnteroRes AR 1.00 4.7 37 30.50 20.17 3820 21.41 -9.5 Anthem ANTM 2.60 1.5 19 184.45 114.85 1333 176.69 +22.9 Anthem un ANTX 2.62e ... ... 52.58 41.00 52 50.83 +8.3 Anworth ANH .60 10.3 10 5.96 4.47 576 5.81 +12.4 Anwrth pfA ANHpA 2.16 8.2 ... 26.94 24.80 0 26.14 +3.4 Anwrth pfB ANHpB 1.56 5.5 ... 28.88 19.91 0 28.45 +11.2 Anwrth pfC ANHpC 1.91 7.7 ... 26.40 23.83 4 24.82 +.4sAon plc AON 1.44f 1.1 20 126.69 100.55 1312 126.69 +13.6 AoxingPh AXN ... ... 12 .94 .30 19 .37 +15.6 Apache APA 1.00 2.0 ...dd 69.00 46.09 3431 49.92 -21.3 AptInv AIV 1.44f 3.4 29 47.91 39.14 1341 42.79 -5.9 AptInv pfA AIVpA 1.72 6.4 ... 29.00 25.29 26.80 +3.7 ApolloCRE ARI 1.84 10.1 9 19.92 15.53 774 18.23 +9.7 ApolCR pfA ARIpA 2.16 8.4 ... 26.29 25.07 9 25.65 +1.2 ApoCRE pfC ARIpC ... ... ... 25.75 23.80 12 25.30 +2.1 ApolloGM APO 1.66e 6.3 13 27.78 14.25 879 26.22 +35.4 ApollG pfA APOpA 1.60 6.2 ... 25.86 24.55 54 25.64 +4.1 Apollo 42 AIB 1.66 6.6 ... 26.79 24.20 6 25.23 +.2 ApolloI 43 AIY 1.72 6.6 ... 27.41 24.78 7 25.99 +2.8 ApollSrFlt AFT 1.08a 6.2 ...q 18.08 15.53 30 17.37 -.2 ApolloTact AIF 1.32a 8.1 ...q 16.77 14.08 65 16.25 +5.1 AppHReit n APLE 1.20 6.4 31 20.68 17.32 1878 18.69 -6.5 ApldIndlT AIT 1.16 1.9 24 69.00 42.86 188 59.65 +.4 Aptargrp ATR 1.28 1.6 26 83.04 70.32 317 82.14 +11.8 AquaAm WTR .74 2.4 24 35.83 28.03 622 31.35 +4.4 Acquavnt n WAAS ... ... ... 26.33 14.30 85 17.35 -29.3 Aramark ARMK .41 1.1 20 38.30 31.38 814 36.63 +2.5 ArborRT ABR .72f 8.8 9 8.99 6.62 788 8.17 +9.5 Arbor prA ABRpA 2.06 8.0 ... 26.48 24.49 0 25.72 +2.6 ArborR pfB ABRpB 1.94 7.7 ... 26.00 23.74 1 25.15 +2.3 ArborR pfC ABRpC 2.13 8.3 ... 26.68 24.47 1 25.64 +1.2 ArborRT 21 ABRN 1.84 7.2 ... 26.15 24.50 0 25.50 +.8 ArcLogist ARCX 1.76 12.6 17 17.40 11.43 27 13.96 -12.4 ArcelorMit MT ... ... 7 9.37 4.18 14968 7.26 -.5 ArchC pfC ARHpC 1.69 6.7 ... 27.65 25.02 16 25.40 +.9 ArchCoal ARCH ... ... ...dd 86.47 59.05 289 72.93 -6.6 ArchDan ADM 1.28 3.1 19 47.88 39.01 2330 41.31 -9.5 Archrock AROC .48 4.4 ...dd 16.40 6.50 533 10.80 -18.2 Arconic ARNC .15p ... ... 30.69 16.75 1882 26.92 +45.2 Arconic pf ARNCp 3.75 4.3 ... 94.00 85.73 88.06 -1.1 Arconic pfB ARNCpB 2.69 8.9 ... 37.33 28.35 30.23 ArcosDor ARCO ... ... 49 9.53 4.25 3156 8.25 +52.8 Ardaugh n ARD ... ... ... 22.80 20.72 33 22.05 +3.7 ArdmoreSh ASC .71e 9.2 ...dd 9.93 5.00 103 7.70 +4.1 AresC 10-22 ARU 1.45 5.6 ... 26.33 25.22 9 25.75 +.6 AresCmcl ACRE 1.08 8.3 9 14.39 11.61 61 12.94 -5.8 AresDyCr ARDC 1.40 8.7 ...q 16.25 13.45 99 16.10 +6.8 AresMgmt ARES .79e 4.3 25 23.25 12.08 197 18.50 -3.6 AresMg pfA ARESpA 1.75 6.7 ... 27.58 21.63 16 26.30 +5.0 Argan AGX .70e ... 12 76.70 33.83 80 67.45 -4.4 AristaNetw ANET ... ... 46 148.60 60.51 760 143.48 +48.3 ArkInnova ARKK .47p ... ...q 27.08 18.25 38 26.88 +34.1 ArkIndInno ARKQ .19p ... ...q 28.73 18.25 40 27.97 +27.4 ArkGenom ARKG ... ... ...q 20.94 15.85 4 20.73 +22.5 ArkWebX.O ARKW .53p ... ...q 32.57 20.91 24 32.40 +29.1 Ark 3dPr n PRNT ... ... ... 26.00 19.55 28 25.23 +19.6 ArlingAst AI 2.50 17.7 5 17.13 12.52 217 14.10 -4.9 ArlingAst23 AIW 1.66 6.8 ... 25.02 19.89 5 24.40 +4.7 ArlingAst25 AIC 1.69 7.0 ... 24.20 19.81 5 24.16 +8.9 ArmadaHof AHH .76 5.9 13 15.50 11.72 442 12.95 -11.1 ArmrR pfA ARRpA 2.06 8.2 ... 25.45 23.20 7 25.20 +3.7 ArmrR pfB ARRpB 1.97 8.0 ... 24.84 21.21 33 24.48 +5.5 ArmourR rs ARR 3.39 13.5 9 25.50 18.63 328 25.06 +15.5 ArmsFloor AFI ... ... ... 22.96 15.48 184 19.32 -3.0 ArmstrWld AWI ... ... 18 48.00 36.33 452 43.00 +2.9 ArmstW wi AWI/WI ... ... ... 41.30 ArrwDJYld GYLD 1.59e 8.7 ...q 19.99 17.67 32 18.32 -.6 ArrowEl ARW ... ... 10 78.23 58.52 541 73.01 +2.4 ArrResC n ARCM ... ... ... 20.06 20.00 1 20.00 -.1 ArwQVMEq QVM ... ... ...q 24.61 21.07 0 24.02 +.4 Arrhythm HRT ... ... ...dd 4.83 3.47 4.10 +7.9 ArtisanPtr APAM 2.80a 10.2 13 33.50 24.48 534 27.40 -7.9 AskanoG g AKG ... ... ... 4.68 2.04 2433 2.24 -26.8 AsburyA ABG ... ... 9 71.00 47.50 254 56.45 -8.5tAshHPrm AHP .64f 6.4 6 17.64 9.83 159 9.95 -27.1 AshHPr pfB AHPpB ... ... ... 25.42 17.92 0 20.14 -6.5 AshfordHT AHT .48 7.8 7 8.23 4.79 779 6.14 -20.9 Ashfrd pfA AHTpA 2.14 8.3 ... 26.48 24.67 3 25.68 +1.2 Ashfrd pfD AHTpD 2.11 8.3 ... 26.00 24.24 6 25.31 +1.3 AshfHT pfF AHTpF 1.84 7.4 ... 26.33 21.86 3 24.95 +4.5 AshfrH pfG AHTpG 1.84 7.5 ... 24.99 21.69 8 24.42 +5.5 Ashford AINC ... ... 80 64.23 38.11 1 51.32 +19.0 Ashland ASH 1.56 2.4 10 64.31 51.62 2209 64.12 +19.9 AsiaPc APB .22e 1.8 ...q 12.35 9.18 22 12.12 +24.7 AsiaTigr GRR .16e 1.3 ...q 12.09 8.86 6 12.01 +31.1 AspenAero ASPN ... ... ...dd 6.71 3.61 14 4.27 +3.4 AspenIns AHL .88 1.8 22 57.80 43.27 763 50.00 -9.1 AspenI pfB AHLpB 1.81 7.1 ... 26.70 25.29 25.40 -.1 Aspen pfC AHLpC 1.49 5.4 ... 30.32 24.93 13 27.70 +9.4 AscBnc pfC ASBpC 1.53 5.8 ... 27.90 24.49 3 26.45 +4.8 AsscBc pf D ASBpD ... ... ... 25.45 20.55 8 24.66 +12.7 AsscdBanc ASB .48 2.0 19 26.70 15.72 901 24.00 -2.8 AsdBan wt ASB/WS ... ... ... 2.80 AssocCap n AC ... ... ... 39.35 27.84 14 33.90 +3.2 Assurant AIZ 2.12 2.1 19 106.02 78.50 422 99.28 +6.9 AssuredG AGO .57 1.5 8 42.94 23.43 683 38.38 +1.6 AsdGMu01 AGOpB 1.72 6.6 ... 26.99 25.33 3 26.10 +2.2 AsdGMu02 AGOpE 1.56 6.1 ... 27.37 23.73 9 25.58 +2.4 AsdGMu03 AGOpF 1.40 5.6 ... 26.13 23.03 5 25.13 +5.8 AsteriasBio AST ... ... ...dd 5.80 2.30 159 3.20 -30.4 Asterias wt AST/WS ... ... ... .81 .09 4 .45 -18.2 AstoriaF AF .16 .9 30 21.66 14.11 922 18.75 +.5 Astoria pfC AFpC 1.63 6.3 ... 27.62 24.50 8 25.60 +1.9 AstraZen s AZN 1.40e 4.1 10 35.04 25.55 3579 34.02 +24.5 AtHomGr n HOME ... ... ... 19.35 10.19 247 18.24 +24.7 Atento SA ATTO ... ... ... 10.55 6.85 55 10.30 +34.6 Athene n ATH ... ... ... 55.10 44.46 1566 50.86 +6.0 AtkoreInt n ATRK ... ... ... 27.30 14.17 585 21.65 -9.5 AtlPwr g AT .12 ... ...dd 2.75 2.13 199 2.45 -2.0 ATMOS ATO 1.80 2.2 23 82.74 68.51 317 80.36 +8.4 AtwoodOcn ATW .30m 3.6 3 15.37 6.12 2502 8.38 -36.2 AutoNatn AN ... ... 10 54.15 38.94 927 39.24 -19.3sAutohome ATHM ... ... ... 40.82 19.32 1677 41.80 +65.3 Autoliv ALV 2.32 2.2 17 126.14 93.31 577 103.57 -8.5 AutoZone AZO ... ... 16 819.54 658.39 328 673.79 -14.7 Auxilio n AUXO ... ... ... 6.72 3.60 27 4.94 +20.5 AvalonHld AWX ... ... ...dd 3.41 1.91 4 2.45 -16.9sAvalonBay AVB 5.68f 3.0 24 193.51 158.32 673 191.86 +8.3 Avangrid n AGR 1.73 3.9 ... 46.74 35.42 365 44.00 +16.2 AveICSFd ACP 1.44 10.2 ...q 14.60 11.43 66 14.14 +5.3 AveryD AVY 1.80f 2.2 21 84.57 68.55 724 82.50 +17.5 Avianca AVH .10e 1.4 ... 10.91 5.01 457 7.14 -25.9 AvinoSG g ASM ... ... ... 3.14 1.12 205 1.59 +16.1 Avista AVA 1.43f 3.4 19 45.22 37.78 232 41.56 +3.9tAvnet AVT .72 2.0 9 51.50 36.53 1410 35.96 -24.5tAvon AVP ... ... ...dd 6.96 3.52 10453 3.35 -33.5 Axalta AXTA ... ... ...cc 33.06 24.27 1441 30.93 +13.7 AXIS Cap AXS 1.52 2.4 11 71.06 51.33 512 62.96 -3.5 AXIS pfD AXSpD 1.38 5.5 ... 27.70 21.96 3 25.19 +10.9 AxisCap pfE AXSpE ... ... ... 24.63 21.04 65 24.50 +13.1 Axovant n AXON ... ... ...dd 25.18 11.01 359 22.20 +78.7tAzul n AZUL ... ... ... 25.99 21.68 3367 20.55 -6.1 AzurePwr n AZRE ... ... ... 22.00 12.73 18 16.96 -.2B -B&G Foods BGS 1.86 4.7 22 52.84 38.60 983 39.50 -9.8 B2gold g BTG ... ... ...cc 3.65 1.75 8342 2.44 +3.0 BB&T Cp BBT 1.20 2.8 15 49.88 32.85 3556 42.13 -10.4 BB&T pfD BBTpD ... ... ... 27.33 23.79 15 25.22 +2.8 BB&T pfE BBTpE 1.41 5.6 ... 27.24 23.05 43 25.04 +5.4 BB&T pfF BBTpF 1.30 5.2 ... 26.47 22.00 16 25.01 +9.9 BB&T pfG BBTpG 1.30 5.2 ... 27.43 22.03 13 25.01 +9.7 BB&T pfH BBTpH 1.41 5.5 ... 27.50 23.26 24 25.69 +5.7 BBVABFrn BFR .48e 2.8 ... 21.96 16.20 301 17.23 -1.1 BCE g BCE 2.73 ... ... 49.03 41.83 1001 44.26 +2.4 BG Staffing BGSF 1.00 6.3 29 21.75 11.23 15 15.84 +1.5 BGCPtrs 42 BGCA 2.03 7.9 ... 27.30 25.41 11 25.70 BGE pfB BGEpB 1.55 6.0 ... 27.15 25.04 6 26.00 +2.0 BHP BillLt BHP 2.48e 6.9 ... 41.79 25.75 2562 35.90 +.3 BHPBil plc BBL .64m 2.1 ... 37.44 22.37 1664 31.15 -1.0 BP PLC BP 2.38 6.5 54 38.68 30.66 10362 36.51 -2.3 BP Pru BPT 2.43e 12.5 3 32.95 13.39 212 19.40 -18.3 BRF SA BRFS .40e 3.4 ... 18.12 10.60 6271 11.91 -19.3 BRT BRT ... ... 36 8.70 6.93 2 7.91 -3.4 BT Grp s BT .99e 4.9 ... 33.50 19.14 809 20.26 -12.0 BWX Tech BWXT .44f .9 26 51.00 33.85 704 47.88 +20.6 B&W Ent n BW ... ... ...dd 22.38 8.54 931 10.50 -36.7 BabShDHi BGH 1.84 9.3 ...q 20.49 17.21 122 19.86 +3.3 BadgerMtr s BMI .46f .4 33 41.70 29.30 133 37.80 +2.3 BakrHu BHI .68 1.2 ...dd 68.59 41.74 2039 57.13 -12.1 BallCorp s BLL ... ... 21 41.12 33.76 2964 39.75 BallCorp BLL/O .40 .5 21 82.24 67.51 80.81 +7.6 Ballanty BTN ... ... 45 8.10 4.79 23 5.80 -27.5 BanColum CIB 1.27e 2.9 ... 45.39 31.77 598 43.37 +18.2 BancCalif BANC .52 2.6 11 23.25 10.93 926 20.20 +16.4 BcCalif pfC BANCpC 2.00 7.3 ... 28.39 24.60 27.43 +6.2 BcCalif pfE BANCpE ... ... ... 27.75 23.00 8 26.63 +7.1 BcCal pfD BANCpD 1.84 6.9 ... 28.29 23.00 4 26.74 +5.4 BcBilVArg BBVA .42e 5.2 ... 8.70 5.14 4851 8.08 +19.4 BcoBrades s BBDO .34r 4.4 ... 9.89 5.36 41 7.74 +6.0 BcoBrad s BBD .37e 4.6 ... 10.37 5.04 56802 8.13 +13.1 BcoLatin BLX 1.54 5.8 12 30.51 24.54 171 26.61 -9.6 BcoMacro BMA ... ... ... 91.04 59.10 213 83.90 +30.4 BcoSantSA SAN .23e 3.6 ... 6.99 3.60 10164 6.42 +23.9 BcoSBrasil BSBR .28e 3.9 ... 11.75 4.73 8750 7.25 -18.4 BcSanChile BSAC 1.13e 4.8 ... 25.55 17.83 384 23.74 +8.6 BcoChile BCH 2.98e 4.0 ... 76.23 59.70 35 73.72 +4.6 BcpSouth BXS .50 1.7 19 32.40 20.50 742 29.05 -6.4 Bcp NJ BKJ .24 1.5 27 17.50 10.50 1 16.28 +20.6 BancFd pfA BCVpA 1.34 ... ... BancrftFd BCV 1.08e 5.1 ...q 22.67 17.58 7 21.12 +4.3 BkofAm BAC .30f 1.3 14 25.80 12.05 103720 22.74 +2.9 BkAML pfI BMLpI 1.59 6.2 ... 26.37 24.60 19 25.60 +2.2 BkAML pfJ BMLpJ 1.02 4.2 ... 27.19 21.46 5 24.13 +1.5 BkAm pfD BACpD 1.55 6.0 ... 26.24 24.52 38 25.76 +2.7 BkAm pfE BACpE 1.02 5.1 ... 26.68 21.13 14 23.62 +8.2 BkAm pfI BACpI 1.66 6.4 ... 27.45 25.10 27 25.92 +2.4 BkAm pfL BACpL 72.50 5.9 ... 1269.47 1116.00 4 1228.12 +5.3 BkAm pfW BACpW 1.66 6.2 ... 28.10 25.19 47 26.81 +4.3 BkAm pfY BACpY 1.63 6.1 ... 28.60 25.13 25 26.79 +5.0 BkAm wtA BAC/WS/A ... ... ... 13.64 3.01 566 10.60 +6.5 BkAm wtB BAC/WS/B ... ... ... 1.55 .06 441 .64 -33.2 BkAm pfA BACpA ... ... ... 27.10 24.45 90 26.16 +5.1 BkAm pfC BACpC ... ... ... 27.24 24.75 73 26.21 +3.8How 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 1489 Declined 1438 New Highs 40 New Lows 82 Vol. (in mil.) 4,116 Pvs. Volume 4,062 2,028 2,252 1618 1181 50 112 NYSE NASD Stocks Recap 18,500 19,000 19,500 20,000 20,500 21,000 21,500 NM DJFMA 20,520 20,800 21,080 Dow Jones industrialsClose: 20,663.02 Change: 56.09 (0.3%) 10 DAYS 5,100 5,400 5,700 6,000 6,300 NM DJFMA 5,960 6,080 6,200 Nasdaq compositeClose: 6,055.13 Change: 43.89 (0.7%) 10 DAYSDOW 20759.20 20553.45 20663.02 +56.09 +0.27% t s s +4.56% DOW Trans. 8892.45 8744.36 8818.58 +34.84 +0.40% t t t -2.49% DOW Util. 704.49 694.69 700.70 +2.46 +0.35% s t s +6.23% NYSE Comp. 11479.00 11374.64 11434.06 +10.53 +0.09% t s t +3.41% NASDAQ 6073.45 5996.82 6055.13 +43.89 +0.73% t s s +12.48% S&P 500 2375.74 2352.72 2365.72 +8.69 +0.37% t s s +5.67% S&P 400 1700.92 1683.72 1695.04 +1.36 +0.08% t t t +2.08% Wilshire 5000 24683.41 24445.51 24589.19 +90.97 +0.37% t r s +4.97% Russell 2000 1365.00 1351.01 1361.08 +5.19 +0.38% t t t +0.29% HIGH LOW CLOSE CHG. %CHG. 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BkAML pfL BMLpL 1.02 4.4 ... 24.50 21.25 9 23.15 +2.2 BkAML pfH BMLpH .77 3.5 ... 24.22 18.78 6 21.83 +9.8 BkAML pfG BMLpG .77 3.5 ... 23.30 18.70 3 21.92 +9.7 Bk of But n NTB ...a ... ... 35.33 23.75 219 33.30 +5.9 BkHawaii BOH 2.00 2.6 18 90.80 64.96 145 78.12 -11.9 BkMont g BMO 3.52 ... ... 78.00 60.93 626 68.23 -5.1 BkNYMel BK .68 1.5 14 49.54 35.72 6332 46.20 -2.5 BkNYM pfC BKpC 1.30 5.2 ... 27.41 22.74 13 25.24 +9.7 BkNova g BNS 2.74 5.0 10 62.89 47.59 1586 54.66 -1.8 Bankrate RATE ... ... ... 11.95 6.91 371 10.15 -8.1 BankUtd BKU .84 2.5 16 41.00 27.85 515 33.83 -10.2tBanro g BAA ... ... ...dd .48 .10 2752 .09 -50.3 BarHarbr s BHB ... ... ... 33.41 21.20 50 29.56 Br iPthCrd OILB ... ... ... 58.38 46.36 50.19 -12.2 BarFIEur FEEU ... ... ...q 121.29 66.88 6 118.34 +35.0 BarcFI HY FIGY ... ... ...q 150.79 113.09 4 148.05 +14.2 BarcSPVeq VQT ... ... ...q 145.42 129.99 143.27 +4.9 BarSelMLP ATMP 1.17e 5.2 ...q 25.72 20.37 104 22.70 -3.6 BiP Cmdty DJP ... ... ...q 25.50 22.40 411 22.88 -5.6 BarcGSOil OIL ... ... ...q 6.85 4.77 6546 5.28 -16.6 BarcGsci36 GSP ... ... ...q 15.34 12.37 2 13.39 -8.7 BrcEnEu n FLEU ... ... ... 145.09 94.13 5 141.74 +32.4 BiPCop JJC ... ... ...q 32.39 22.95 322 28.65 -.4 BiPNickel JJN ... ... ...q 14.76 9.90 4 10.78 -10.9 BiPSPBWrt BWV ... ... ...q 73.44 64.23 73.42 +5.3 BiP GCrb GRN ... ... ...q 8.12 4.36 1 5.39 -29.2 BiPGbpUsd GBB ... ... ...q 39.39 31.50 0 34.15 +5.1 BiPEurUsd ERO ... ... ...q 43.08 38.67 41.64 +6.8 BiP Tin JJT ... ... ...q 50.00 35.50 44.40 -6.5 BiPAg JJA ... ... ...q 42.25 32.95 0 33.03 -5.4 BiP Sugar SGG ... ... ...q 53.69 33.00 62 34.73 -20.0 BiP Softs JJS ... ... ...q 45.63 34.40 35.57 -8.4 BiP PrM JJP ... ... ...q 67.38 51.43 55.96 +4.7 BiP Plat PGM ... ... ...q 27.36 17.00 0 19.28 +3.6 BiP Lead LD ... ... ...q 65.80 37.24 47.61 +.2 BiP Cottn BAL ... ... ...q 56.45 40.45 5 50.45 +8.6 BrcIndiaTR INP ... ... ...q 78.52 60.35 5 76.13 +21.6 BiP Coffee JO ... ... ...q 26.21 17.47 327 17.68 -9.6 BiPGrain JJG ... ... ...q 37.37 26.62 55 27.14 -3.6 BiP Cocoa NIB ... ... ...q 40.65 21.17 118 25.55 -5.0 BiP Alum JJU ... ... ...q 17.56 13.10 3 16.78 +11.6 BarcBk prD BCSpD 2.03 7.6 ... 27.18 25.00 130 26.58 +4.1 BiPIndMet JJM ... ... ...q 26.88 19.01 1 23.70 +.1 BiPOpCur ICI ... ... ...q 41.62 37.41 39.66 -3.5 BiPAsnGulf PGD .11e .2 ...q 49.23 47.32 48.41 +2.3 BiPGems38 JEM 3.18e 10.7 ...q 29.81 27.73 29.81 +6.8 BiPNG GAZ ... ... ...q .76 .39 45 .41 -40.2 BiPLive COW ... ... ...q 25.99 17.38 15 24.81 +10.9 BiPEngy JJE ... ... ...q 7.02 5.06 5.55 -17.1 BarcBk prA BCSpA 1.78 7.1 ... 26.27 24.62 25.01 -1.5 BiP JpyUsd JYN ... ... ...q 56.72 47.50 50.27 +5.8 BiPAsia8 AYT 1.21e 3.0 ...q 42.72 38.30 3 40.83 +2.6 B iPInvVIX XXV ... ... ...q 39.63 33.44 38.01 +1.0 BarcCAPE CAPE ... ... ...q 106.54 79.01 4 104.88 +9.3 BiPSPMLP IMLP 1.47e 7.3 ...q 22.10 18.52 2 20.07 -2.6 Barclay BCS .39e 3.5 ... 12.05 6.76 3924 11.00 BiP SPVix XVZ ... ... ...q 29.56 24.80 7 25.08 -9.4 B iPVxST rs VXX ... ... ...q 71.48 13.55 123968 15.74 -38.3 BrVxMdT rs VXZ ... ... ...q 47.84 24.07 234 25.46 -26.9 BarcWomLd WIL ... ... ...q 62.99 53.37 59.76 +1.7 Bard BCR 1.04 .3 30 309.16 203.63 653 306.39 +36.4 BaringsCp s MCI 1.20 7.8 ...q 19.76 14.52 6 15.30 -1.2 BaringsPt MPV 1.08a 7.5 ...q 15.97 13.73 12 14.34 +1.0 BarcDisab RODI ... ... ...q 55.97 54.70 55.47 B&N Ed n BNED .15p ... ...cc 13.15 8.75 133 9.10 -20.7tBarnesNob BKS .60 8.6 37 13.63 7.35 1289 7.00 -37.2 Barnes B .56f 1.0 21 56.51 31.13 193 53.94 +13.7 Barnwell BRN ... ... ... 2.70 1.31 5 1.82 +11.0 Barracuda CUDA ... ... ...cc 26.69 13.91 620 22.26 +3.9 BarrickG ABX .12f .7 28 23.47 13.81 13869 16.51 +3.3 BasicEnS XYZ ... ... ...dd 2.41 .30 .45 BasicEn n BAS ... ... ... 44.81 24.79 338 27.20 -23.1 BatsGl n BATS .08p ... ... 36.01 23.27 35.13 +4.8 Baxter s BAX .64f 1.1 29 57.79 42.22 3207 57.07 +28.7 BaytexE g BTE ... ... ...dd 7.14 2.80 1303 3.27 -33.0 BeazerHm BZH ... ... ...dd 15.80 6.81 408 14.82 +11.4 BectDck BDX 2.92 1.6 32 187.69 161.29 1533 182.61 +10.3 Belden BDC .20 .3 13 81.33 54.97 252 67.24 -10.1 Belden pfB BDCpB ... ... ... 98.85 97.83 93.41 -1.8 Bellatrix g BXE ... ... 2 1.30 .70 459 .72 -23.5 Belmond BEL ... ... ...cc 14.45 8.91 258 12.00 -10.1tBemis BMS 1.20 2.7 17 53.32 43.60 890 43.76 -8.5 BenchElec BHE ... ... 24 33.45 19.70 281 30.80 +1.0 Berkley WRB .56f .8 19 73.17 54.70 453 66.89 +.6 Berkley pfB WRBpB 1.41 5.7 ... 26.73 21.82 23 24.66 +9.1 Berkly pfC WRBpC ... ... ... 27.28 21.72 9 25.90 +8.0 Berkly pfD WRBpD 1.44 5.8 ... 26.39 21.54 17 24.96 +9.1 BerkHa A BRK/A ... ... 16 266445.00 205074.00 0 242510.00 -.7 BerkH B BRK/B ... ... 17 177.86 136.65 3477 161.62 -.8 BerkHBcp BHLB .84 2.4 17 38.65 24.80 179 35.70 -3.1 BerryPlas BERY ... ... 24 56.94 34.98 1127 56.31 +15.6 BestBuy BBY 1.36f 2.7 14 52.67 28.76 3205 50.63 +18.7 BigLots BIG 1.00f 2.2 14 56.54 41.61 630 46.47 -7.4 BiglariHld BH ... ... 31 491.74 359.69 6 376.21 -20.5 BBarrett BBG ... ... ...dd 9.05 3.42 2103 3.98 -43.1 BioAmber BIOA ... ... ...dd 6.50 2.00 58 2.22 -59.6 BioRadA BIO ... ... ...cc 224.24 135.94 181 221.61 +21.6 BioRadB BIO/B ... ... 57 221.05 137.95 221.00 +20.7 BioPhrmX BPMX ... ... ...dd 1.22 .19 717 .45 +20.3 BioTime BTX ... ... 6 4.01 2.26 201 3.05 -15.5 BioTime wt BTX/WS ... ... ... .98 .30 27 .39 -43.9 BirksGrp BGI ... ... ... 5.15 .41 4 1.38 +29.0 BitautoH BITA ... ... ... 33.16 16.56 833 30.46 +60.8 BlkHillsCp BKH 1.78f 2.6 20 69.65 54.76 424 67.48 +10.0 BlkHCp un BKHU ... ... ... 76.15 61.75 19 73.75 +7.1 BlackKnt n BKFS ... ... 48 42.20 33.06 329 38.25 +1.2 BlkStMin n BSM 1.15 7.0 30 19.86 14.24 66 16.37 -12.8 BlackRock BLK 10.00f 2.6 19 399.46 317.60 995 388.48 +2.1 BlkBldAm BBN 1.58 6.9 ...q 25.58 19.50 113 22.78 +5.5 BlkCA18 BJZ .33 2.2 ...q 15.30 14.93 9 15.09 +.4 BlkCAIT BFZ .87 6.1 ...q 17.00 13.81 105 14.26 -1.6 BlkCorBd BHK .85a 6.2 ...q 14.34 12.57 76 13.75 +5.7 BlkCpHiY HYT .84a 7.6 ...q 11.33 9.86 290 11.05 +2.0 BlkCrdAllo BTZ .97 7.2 ...q 13.70 12.05 152 13.33 +2.8 BlkDbtStr rs DSU ... ... ...q 11.80 10.38 196 11.58 +2.1 BlkDefOpp BHL .70a 5.1 ...q 14.01 13.02 4 13.74 -.4 BlkEngyRs BGR 1.32 9.8 ...q 15.01 13.12 70 13.52 -6.4 BlkEnhC&I CII 1.20 8.2 ...q 15.00 12.59 87 14.56 +6.2 BlkEEqDv BDJ .56 6.6 ...q 8.74 7.42 463 8.54 +4.8 BlEnhGvIn EGF .66 5.0 ...q 14.11 13.03 0 13.28 +.7 BlkFltRtInc FRA .81 5.6 ...q 14.85 12.91 131 14.33 -.6 BlkFloatR BGT .78a 5.4 ...q 14.79 12.68 60 14.47 +2.8 BlkFL2020 BFO .37 2.5 ...q 15.39 14.85 10 15.06 +.3 BlkGlbOp BOE 1.16 8.9 ...q 13.15 11.19 267 13.04 +12.7 BlkHlthSci BME 2.40a 6.9 ...q 38.54 30.82 11 34.57 +8.9 BlkIT BKT .37 6.0 ...q 6.67 6.06 75 6.25 -1.3 BlkIntlG&I BGY .59 9.6 ...q 6.25 5.36 626 6.16 +11.8 BlkIQM BKN .92a 6.3 ...q 18.30 13.92 43 14.63 -.4 BlkLtdD BLW 1.19a 7.7 ...q 16.07 14.74 70 15.55 +2.5 BlkLTMu BTA .70a 5.9 ...q 13.44 10.73 18 11.74 +4.1 BlkMDMB BZM .65 3.8 ...q 17.00 13.81 1 14.45 +2.4 BlkMATxE MHE .70a 5.0 ...q 16.72 12.68 1 13.97 -1.7 BlkMultSec BIT 1.40a 7.9 ...q 18.03 15.52 69 17.65 +7.1 BlkMuIntD MUI .79a 5.6 ...q 15.63 13.45 113 14.00 +1.4 BlkMuNYInt MNE .69 5.0 ...q 16.35 13.18 2 13.91 +2.5 BlkMunihCA MUC .81a 5.7 ...q 16.35 13.53 162 14.30 +1.6 BlkMunHIQ MFL .86 5.9 ...q 16.43 13.52 37 14.63 +3.2 BlMunhNYQ MHN .80a 5.8 ...q 15.50 13.13 64 13.70 +2.2 BlMunhNJQ MUJ .89a 6.2 ...q 16.48 13.56 57 14.37 +3.3 BlkMunihQ MUS .81 5.9 ...q 15.59 12.66 46 13.64 +.4 BlkMunHQ2 MUE .82 6.0 ...q 15.23 12.57 68 13.52 +.2 BlMunyCAQ MCA .88 5.9 ...q 16.87 13.95 129 14.85 +2.4 BlkMunyInv MYF .97 6.2 ...q 17.48 14.32 16 15.58 +4.5 BlkMunyIQ MFT .85 6.1 ...q 16.50 13.23 5 14.06 +.9 BlkMYMIQ MIY .83 6.0 ...q 15.69 13.17 33 13.88 +2.1 BlMunyNYQ MYN .74a 5.7 ...q 14.67 12.50 150 12.96 +2.1 BlkMunyPaQ MPA .86 6.0 ...q 16.66 13.75 51 14.29 +1.3 BlMunyQlty MQY .96 6.3 ...q 17.20 14.21 55 15.35 +4.3 BlkMuniyQ3 MYI .89a 6.3 ...q 15.88 13.23 86 14.16 +3.7 BlkMuniast MUA .72a 4.9 ...q 16.09 12.96 55 14.56 +8.1 Blk2018 BPK .56a 3.8 ...q 15.44 14.93 25 15.02 +.3 BlkMu2020 BKK .54a 3.4 ...q 17.18 15.16 4 15.85 +4.3 BlkMuBdT BBK .90a 6.0 ...q 18.55 14.50 25 15.10 -1.0 BlkMuIIQ BAF .82 5.6 ...q 16.67 13.68 14 14.75 +3.4 BlkMunIIT BBF .87 6.0 ...q 16.44 13.46 21 14.48 +3.4 BlkMuIQT BYM .86 6.2 ...q 16.38 13.50 90 14.07 +1.3 BlkMuIT BFK .90a 6.3 ...q 16.02 13.42 66 14.23 +2.8 BlkMuIT2 BLE .95a 6.4 ...q 16.89 13.87 15 15.05 +3.5 BlkMuTTT BTT .96a 4.2 ...q 24.44 21.09 92 22.98 +5.3 BlkMunienh MEN .73a 6.2 ...q 13.21 10.92 70 11.66 +3.5 BlkMunihld MHD 1.03a 6.2 ...q 19.35 15.54 27 16.71 +3.3 BlkMunihd2 MUH .93a 6.0 ...q 17.29 14.36 16 15.54 +5.8 BlkMunvst MVF .64a 6.7 ...q 11.26 9.34 31 9.61 BlkMuniv2 MVT 1.00a 6.3 ...q 18.64 14.74 39 15.88 +4.2 BlkMunyAZ MZA .83 5.4 ...q 19.16 13.89 23 15.55 +7.5 BlMunyldCA MYC .89a 5.9 ...q 17.89 14.44 34 15.03 -1.6 BlkMuniyld MYD .92a 6.3 ...q 16.44 13.61 97 14.75 +4.3 BlkMunyNJ MYJ .90a 5.8 ...q 17.62 14.87 4 15.53 +1.4 BlMunQlt2 MQT .80 6.2 ...q 15.06 12.31 16 12.99 +1.4 BlkNJMB BLJ .83a 5.7 ...q 17.75 14.21 3 14.64 +1.3 BlkNJIT BNJ .90a 6.0 ...q 16.98 14.12 9 14.91 +4.7 BlkNY18 BLH .31a 2.1 ...q 15.18 14.72 14.87 +1.0 BlkNYMB BQH .74 5.2 ...q 16.39 13.56 2 14.27 +1.8 BlkNYIQT BSE .69 5.2 ...q 15.42 12.53 8 13.32 +1.6 BlkNYIT BNY .83 5.7 ...q 16.91 13.29 13 14.50 +4.2 BlkNYMu2 BFY .84 5.7 ...q 18.02 14.05 9 14.84 +2.5 BlkRsCmdy BCX .79 9.4 ...q 8.99 7.32 361 8.37 +1.2 BlkSciTch BST 1.20 5.4 ...q 22.57 15.80 109 22.13 +23.4 BlkStMT BSD .85a 6.2 ...q 15.98 13.03 8 13.68 +1.4 BlkU&Inf BUI 1.45 7.2 ...q 20.81 17.24 29 20.22 +9.8 BlkVAMB BHV .83 4.9 ...q 21.50 15.06 17.13 +11.2 BlkstFltRt BSL 1.08 5.9 ...q 18.80 15.37 55 18.23 +.8 BlkstGSOSt BGB 1.26 7.7 ...q 16.41 13.93 107 16.32 +6.4 Blackstone BX 3.48f 11.9 18 31.69 22.45 3033 29.28 +8.3 BlkstnMtg BXMT 2.48f 8.2 12 31.53 26.46 344 30.39 +1.1 BlkLSCrInc BGX 1.18 7.1 ...q 16.69 14.04 51 16.62 +4.4 BlockHR HRB .88 3.5 18 26.92 19.85 2300 25.29 +10.0 BlonderT BDR ... ... ...dd 1.10 .33 3 .51 +8.5 BlueCapRe BCRH 1.20 6.6 12 20.83 17.01 14 18.30 -.8 BlueLinx rs BXC ... ... 4 11.25 6.36 55 9.66 +29.3 BluerkRsd BRG 1.16 8.9 21 14.77 11.24 207 12.99 -5.3 BluerkRs pf BRGpA 2.06 7.9 ... 27.58 24.93 3 26.22 +.6 BluerkR pfD BRGpD 1.78 7.1 ... 25.20 21.85 14 25.03 +7.5 BluerkR pfC BRGpC 1.91 ... ... BdwlkPpl BWP .40 2.2 14 18.95 15.97 788 18.05 +4.0 Boeing BA 5.68 3.2 21 187.21 122.35 3046 177.40 +14.0 BoiseCasc BCC ... ... 19 33.40 17.80 536 26.95 +19.8 BonanzaCE BCEI ... ... ... 273.78 30.89 194 37.81 BootBarn BOOT ... ... 17 17.26 6.96 600 7.88 -37.1 BoozAllnH BAH .68f 1.9 21 38.54 27.47 1082 35.59 -1.3 BorgWarn BWA .56 1.4 13 44.24 27.52 1104 40.13 +1.7 BostBeer SAM ... ... 21 195.35 135.10 91 140.25 -17.4 BostProp BXP 3.00f 2.5 22 144.02 113.69 911 120.27 -4.4 BosProp pfB BXPpB 1.31 5.1 ... 27.17 22.63 7 25.71 +6.9 BostonSci BSX ... ... 51 26.76 19.67 5497 26.14 +20.9 BldrG&IFd BIF .40a 4.3 ...q 9.59 7.76 110 9.37 +4.8 BovieMed BVX ... ... ...dd 5.75 1.56 181 2.09 -41.8 BowlA BWL/A .68 4.8 40 17.25 14.09 1 14.26 -13.4 Box Inc n BOX ... ... 9 18.70 9.86 2032 17.06 +23.1 BoydGm BYD .05p ... 25 25.40 16.77 1095 24.76 +22.8 BradyCp BRC .82f 2.2 24 40.50 28.64 178 37.15 -1.1 Brandyw BDN .64 3.7 16 17.40 14.04 882 17.23 +4.4 BrasilAgro LND ... ... ... 4.19 2.72 45 3.45 +6.2 Braskem BAK .38e 2.0 ... 23.15 10.84 2261 18.99 -10.5 BridgptEd BPI ... ... 32 15.85 5.38 140 13.83 +36.5 BrigStrat BGG .56 2.4 32 25.92 17.90 338 23.33 +4.8 BrightHrz BFAM ... ... 50 81.23 59.00 255 76.76 +9.6 Brinker EAT 1.36 3.3 13 55.84 40.92 939 41.54 -16.1 Brinks BCO .40 .7 64 63.13 26.86 707 60.00 +45.5 BrMySq BMY 1.56f 2.9 32 77.12 46.01 12065 53.78 -8.0 BristowGp BRS .28 2.1 ...dd 21.88 9.17 583 13.47 -34.2 BritATob s BTI ... ... ... 71.49 52.71 1866 69.89 BrixmorP BRX 1.04f 5.6 9 29.14 17.49 6004 18.55 -23.2 BroadrdgF BR 1.32 1.8 25 73.35 59.86 764 72.33 +9.1 Brookdale BKD ... ... ...dd 18.94 10.65 1771 13.88 +11.8 BrkfdAs g s BAM .56f 1.5 20 38.99 31.80 1541 36.78 +11.4 BrookBus n BBU .25f 1.0 ... 27.71 21.72 8 26.03 +8.2 BrkfCda g BOXC 2.23a ... 11 25.72 18.68 4 23.83 +21.3 BrkfDtla pf DTLAp 1.91 7.6 ... 25.50 18.69 6 25.05 +13.4 BrkGblInf INF 1.40 10.3 ...q 14.13 11.51 71 13.60 +6.0 BrkfInfra s BIP 1.74 4.5 ... 41.00 27.79 613 39.01 +16.6 BrkdPrp BPY 1.18f 5.5 ... 24.98 20.31 227 21.50 -2.2 BrkRlAs n RA .20p ... ... 23.45 21.54 90 23.30 +4.4 BrkfReEn BEP 1.87 5.9 ... 32.23 26.61 119 31.89 +7.4 HeliosTR rt HTRr ... ... ... .64 BrwnBrn BRO .54 1.3 23 45.77 34.27 1101 42.10 -6.2 BrownFA s BF/A ... ... 32 55.31 45.17 25 53.50 +15.7sBrownFB s BF/B ... ... ... 52.75 43.72 2027 52.58 +17.1 Brunswick BC .66f 1.2 16 61.74 41.19 912 54.75 +.4 Buckeye BPL 5.00f 7.6 18 75.10 61.37 475 65.55 -.9 Buckle BKE 1.00e 5.7 9 28.67 16.00 1013 17.40 -23.7 Buenavent BVN ... ... ...dd 16.45 9.02 1408 12.09 +7.2 BldBear BBW ... ... 34 15.85 8.05 127 10.55 -23.3 BungeLt BG 1.68 2.4 19 82.66 56.69 1305 69.27 -4.1 BurlStrs BURL ... ... 30 104.07 53.87 904 93.15 +9.9C -C&J Eng n CJ ... ... ... 39.13 32.01 34.18 -6.8 CTrkMH23 MLPC 1.19e 7.1 ...q 18.43 15.20 1 16.78 +.4 CtrMillr n MLPE ... ... ... 27.75 23.41 25.75 +6.4 CAE Inc g CAE .32 ... ... 16.00 11.85 198 15.50 +11.0 CAI Intl CAI ... ... 25 22.57 6.75 131 17.72 +104.4 CBIZ Inc CBZ ... ... 17 15.90 9.95 331 15.00 +9.5tCBL Asc CBL 1.06 14.2 5 14.30 7.15 7168 7.47 -35.0tCBL pfD CBLpD 1.84 8.2 ... 25.60 22.48 36 22.36 -8.5tCBL pfE CBLpE 1.66 7.4 ... 26.50 22.55 15 22.36 -2.7 CBRE GRE IGR .60 8.1 ...q 8.80 7.06 247 7.38 +1.1 CBRE Grp CBG ... ... 16 36.81 24.11 2188 33.13 +5.2 CBS A CBS/A .72f 1.2 18 71.07 49.92 5 61.90 -4.5 CBS B CBS .72 1.2 15 70.10 48.88 3848 60.38 -5.1 CCA Inds CAW ... ... 19 3.99 2.25 4 3.25 +24.8 CDI CDI .52 8.4 ...dd 9.65 4.84 57 6.20 -16.2 CF Inds s CF 1.20 4.4 ...cc 37.17 20.77 2610 27.41 -12.9 CGG rs CGG ... ... ... 30.05 5.61 2 5.82 -58.9 CGI g GIB ... ... ... 50.58 40.88 182 48.08 +.1 CIT Grp CIT .60 1.3 45 47.45 28.33 3251 46.72 +9.5 CKE Inc CK ... ... ... CKX Lands CKX .12m 1.0 48 14.10 10.20 11.51 +4.1 CMS Eng CMS 1.33 2.9 26 46.25 38.78 2075 45.75 +9.9 CNA Fn CNA 1.00a 2.3 12 46.44 29.38 179 44.36 +6.9 CNH Indl CNHI .12 1.1 ...dd 11.30 6.26 2264 10.60 +22.0 CNO Fincl CNO .36f 1.8 14 22.60 14.30 1766 20.14 +5.2 CNOOC CEO 4.77e 4.1 ... 138.36 112.32 89 117.17 -5.5 CNX Coal n CNXC .51 ... ... 22.30 7.55 14 15.55 -14.8 CPFL Eng CPL .40t ... ... 16.87 10.02 1362 15.32 -.5 CPI Aero CVU ... ... 9 10.15 5.55 53 7.20 -22.2 CRH Med CRHM ... ... ...cc 9.25 2.90 451 5.60 +6.7 CRH CRH .74e 2.1 ... 38.04 25.82 478 35.98 +4.7 CsopChiA50 AFTY 2.38p ... ...q 14.28 12.12 0 13.83 +6.8 Csop ChInt CNHX ... ... ...q 28.53 24.05 25.43 -.3 Csop Csi300 HAHA ... ... ...q 28.16 24.24 27.44 -1.4 CSRA n CSRA .40 1.4 25 33.54 21.95 870 28.67 -10.0 CSS Inds CSS .80 3.1 23 29.18 23.16 16 25.74 -4.9 CST Brnds CST .19j ... 40 48.52 37.04 325 48.37 +.5 CTS CTS .16 .8 31 24.80 16.35 75 20.65 -7.8 CVR Engy CVI 2.00 9.5 21 25.91 12.03 456 21.10 -16.9 CVR Ptrs UAN .71e 14.9 ...dd 9.75 4.05 262 4.76 -20.8 CVR Rfng CVRR 3.12e 30.9 39 12.55 5.50 620 10.10 -2.9 CVS Health CVS 2.00f 2.6 13 99.71 69.30 7114 76.62 -2.9 CWA Inco n CWAI ... ... ... 26.41 25.00 25.20 +.8 CYS Invest CYS 1.00 12.3 9 9.21 7.42 1394 8.14 +5.3 CYSInv pfA CYSpA 1.94 7.9 ... 25.65 23.05 24.60 +3.6 CYSInv pfB CYSpB 1.88 7.9 ... 24.72 22.46 39 23.70 +4.4 CabGS t34 GYB .83 3.7 ... 23.30 19.75 5 22.55 +8.9 CabcoJCP97 PFH 1.91 10.9 ... 21.20 16.40 6 17.50 -12.0 CabAT&T34 GYC .83 3.6 ... 26.05 20.03 1 23.01 +9.8 Cabelas CAB ... ... 20 63.60 45.00 478 53.33 -8.9 CableOne n CABO 6.00 .9 42 689.40 471.24 51 681.93 +9.7 Cabot CBT 1.26f 2.5 14 61.34 42.27 431 50.75 +.4 CabotO&G COG .20f .9 ...cc 26.74 20.02 7858 23.07 -1.2 CACI CACI ... ... 19 135.35 87.31 165 120.50 -3.1 CadencB n CADE ... ... ... 23.20 21.50 40 21.57 -3.1 CalAtlantic CAA .16 .4 11 40.94 30.18 1155 36.55 +7.5 Caleres CAL .28 1.1 13 36.61 21.27 260 25.76 -21.5 Calgon CCC .20 1.4 50 18.80 12.70 302 13.95 -17.9 CalifRes rs CRC ... ... ... 23.42 8.79 1093 12.06 -43.4 CalifWtr CWT .72 2.1 32 39.40 27.86 156 33.60 -.9 Calix CALX ... ... ...dd 8.20 6.15 159 6.70 -13.0 CallGolf ELY .04 .3 7 13.35 9.50 801 12.60 +15.0 CallonPet CPE ... ... 38 18.53 10.34 3356 12.16 -20.9 Callon pfA CPEpA 5.00 9.4 ... 53.97 48.45 3 53.09 +.8 Calpine CPN ... ... 22 16.07 9.30 7632 13.21 +15.6 CambrE rs CEI ... ... ...dd 5.07 .23 219 .24 -80.9 Cambrex CBM ... ... 20 62.95 38.30 185 51.50 -4.5 CambriaYld SYLD 1.42e 1.9 ...q 35.00 26.75 5 33.24 +2.2 CambFgnY FYLD 1.85e 6.2 ...q 23.74 18.45 2 23.52 +12.3 CambGblV GVAL .54e 2.3 ...q 23.81 17.06 70 22.79 +12.8 CamGblMo GMOM .53e 2.2 ...q 25.01 22.30 49 24.49 +5.5 CambGlAss GAA .55e 2.1 ... 25.95 23.82 8 25.75 +5.3 CambrEmS EYLD ... ... ... 32.28 24.83 0 30.26 +14.2 CambSovHi SOVB .50e ... ... CambTail n TAIL ... ... ... 25.57 24.41 3 25.18 +.7 CamDhan n JUNE ... ... ... 28.39 22.78 0 25.68 -3.1 CamValMom VAMO ... ... ...q 24.64 22.09 1 22.95 -4.9 CamdenPT CPT 3.00 3.6 27 90.91 75.36 548 82.22 -2.2 Cameco g CCJ .40 ... ... 13.36 7.41 2068 9.68 -7.5 CampSp CPB 1.40 2.5 19 67.89 52.59 2561 56.94 -5.8 CampWrl n CWH .08p ... ... 36.60 20.45 189 29.24 -10.3 Can-Fite CANF ... ... ... 3.16 1.74 18 1.87 -21.4 CdaGoose n GOOS ... ... ... 18.72 15.20 410 17.42 +8.3 CIBC g CM 4.84 ... 9 92.22 72.62 1095 77.92 -4.5 CdnNR gs CNI 1.29 ... ... 76.41 55.73 1429 73.45 +9.0 CdnNRs gs CNQ .82 ... ... 35.28 27.80 3016 30.44 -4.5 CP Rwy g CP 1.64 ... ... 160.45 119.50 888 152.57 +6.9 Canon CAJ ... ... ... 34.09 27.18 383 34.05 +21.0 CantelMed CMD .12f .2 46 88.81 64.75 177 70.80 -10.1 CapOne COF 1.60 2.0 11 96.92 58.03 4322 79.27 -9.1 CapOne wt COF/WS ... ... ... 54.80 18.84 18 38.07 -15.8 CapOne pfC COFpC 1.56 5.9 ... 27.89 24.64 20 26.34 +4.9 CapOne pfD COFpD 1.68 6.1 ... 29.33 25.33 19 27.28 +5.1 CapOne pfF COFpF 1.55 5.8 ... 28.26 24.43 20 26.79 +6.9 CapOne pfB COFpP 1.50 5.9 ... 26.58 24.00 32 25.33 +3.3 CpOne pf H COFpH ... ... ... 26.20 24.05 64 25.66 +3.1 CapOne pfG COFpG ... ... ... 25.89 21.02 104 23.87 +10.1 CapSenL CSU ... ... ...dd 19.92 12.65 377 13.91 -13.3 Capitala 21 CLA 1.78 7.0 ... 26.11 24.85 6 25.32 -.9 CapsteadM CMO .84m 8.2 14 11.41 8.93 857 10.27 +.8 Capstd pfE CMOpE 1.88 7.5 ... 25.85 23.61 6 24.92 +3.7 CarboCer CRR ... ... ...dd 16.70 5.66 916 9.13 -12.7 CardnlHlth CAH 1.85f 2.6 17 85.52 62.70 2001 72.19 +.3 CareCPrp n CCP 2.28 8.3 15 31.56 22.70 1243 27.40 +9.6 Care.com CRCM ... ... 64 15.77 7.41 311 15.29 +78.4 Carlisle CSL 1.40f 1.4 17 116.40 98.23 523 99.63 -9.7 CarMax KMX ... ... 19 69.11 45.06 7251 63.71 -1.1 Carnival CCL 1.60f 2.6 18 63.41 42.94 2992 61.04 +17.2 CarnUK CUK 1.20 2.0 ... 63.21 43.45 324 61.32 +19.8 CarpTech CRS .72 2.0 33 45.34 29.76 247 35.19 -2.7 CarrSrv CSV .20 .8 18 29.11 21.97 135 25.61 -10.6 Carters CRI 1.48f 1.8 16 112.58 77.94 772 83.29 -3.6sCarvana A n CVNA ... ... ... 11.87 8.14 405 11.52 CastleBr ROX ... ... ... 1.90 .65 571 1.74 +128.9 CastlightH CSLT ... ... ...dd 5.50 3.05 285 3.75 -24.2 Catalent CTLT ... ... 39 34.81 20.94 710 33.36 +23.7 CatchMTim CTT .54 4.7 ...dd 12.58 10.05 119 11.51 +2.2 Caterpillar CAT 3.08 3.1 31 105.98 69.59 5824 100.22 +8.1 CatoCp CATO 1.32 6.1 8 38.88 19.73 397 21.53 -28.4 CedarF FUN 3.42f 4.9 24 72.56 56.17 164 69.69 +8.6tCedarRlty CDR .20 4.1 12 8.08 4.84 752 4.91 -24.8 CedarR pfB CDRpB 1.81 7.2 ... 27.25 23.81 11 25.10 +3.1 CelSci wt CVM/WS ... ... ... .22 .01 191 .03 +31.6 Cel-Sci CVM ... ... ...dd .55 .06 1692 .11 +59.7 Celadon CGI .08 4.1 10 12.03 1.30 1577 1.95 -72.7 Celanese CE 1.84f 2.2 13 93.06 60.59 738 83.79 +6.4 Celestic g CLS ... ... 10 14.74 8.83 444 13.58 +14.6 Cellcom CEL ... ... 26 11.19 5.70 3 9.93 +25.2 Cementos CPAC .28e 2.5 ... 11.98 8.51 1 11.04 +19.9 Cemex CX .29t ... ... 9.25 5.28 10272 8.25 +6.9 Cemig pf CIG .14e 6.6 ... 3.84 1.40 20756 2.13 -6.6 Cemig CIG/C .14e 6.0 ... 4.75 1.43 18 2.35 -7.1 Cencosud CNCO .36e 4.5 ... 10.13 7.55 94 8.02 -4.5tCenovusE CVE .20 ... ...dd 16.82 9.18 4010 9.28 -38.7 Centene s CNC ... ... 17 77.60 50.00 1929 75.62 +33.8 CC MLPInf CEN 1.25 10.7 ...q 13.72 9.96 78 11.67 -2.4 CenterPnt CNP 1.07 3.9 20 28.86 21.83 2444 27.21 +10.4tCentElBr B EBR/B ... ... ... 8.91 5.80 131 4.61 -41.5tCentElecBr EBR ... ... ... 7.70 4.77 1601 3.72 -45.8 CnEurRusT CEE .49e 2.3 ...q 22.05 17.48 11 21.65 +5.3 CFCda g CEF .01 .1 ...q 14.88 11.22 591 12.52 +10.9 CenPacFn CPF .72f 2.4 20 33.55 21.88 163 30.31 -3.5 CentSecur CET 1.78e .8 ...q 25.20 18.77 29 24.70 +13.4 CentrusEn LEU ... ... ...dd 9.46 2.63 10 4.25 -33.4 CentCmtys CCS ... ... 11 28.05 16.30 165 25.85 +23.1 CntryLink CTL 2.16 8.8 11 33.45 22.33 7298 24.59 +3.4 Cenveo rs CVO ... ... 6 10.50 3.52 40 5.18 -25.9 Cervecer CCU .30e 1.2 ... 27.28 19.31 238 25.64 +22.2 ChannAdv ECOM ... ... ...dd 15.91 10.20 103 11.45 -20.2 ChRvLab CRL ... ... 20 92.61 67.20 305 89.40 +17.3 ChaseCorp CCF .70f .7 27 106.75 54.30 27 105.20 +25.9 ChathLTr CLDT 1.32 6.9 16 24.80 16.45 328 19.05 -7.3 CheetahM CMCM ... ... ... 13.79 8.77 1295 10.37 +8.5 Chegg CHGG ... ... ...dd 12.10 4.54 773 11.54 +56.4 Chemed CHE 1.04 .5 28 216.01 126.54 105 197.31 +23.0 Chemours n CC .12 .3 45 46.02 5.82 2149 42.75 +93.5 CheniereEn LNG ... ... ...dd 50.53 31.02 1347 48.71 +17.6 ChenEnLP CQP 1.70 5.3 ...dd 33.47 25.87 66 31.89 +10.7 ChenEnHld CQH .08 .3 ...cc 26.64 18.63 114 25.87 +15.6 CherHMtg CHMI 1.96 11.0 5 19.14 14.94 165 17.83 -2.0 ChesEng CHK 1.60 28.7 51 8.20 3.56 24360 5.57 -20.7 ChesEn pfD CHKpD 4.50 7.8 ... 68.00 21.11 7 58.00 +25.1 ChesGranW CHKR .29e 11.2 2 3.85 1.91 146 2.60 +10.6 ChespkLdg CHSP 1.60 7.0 15 27.08 20.81 230 23.02 -11.0 ChspkL pfA CHSPpA 1.94 7.6 ... 26.81 25.10 7 25.40 ChespkUtil CPK 1.30f 1.8 26 74.85 56.56 39 71.75 +7.2 Chevron CVX 4.32 4.1 ...cc 119.00 97.53 5231 105.17 -10.6tChicB&I CBI .28 1.4 ...dd 39.71 20.00 9399 19.35 -39.1 ChiRivet CVR .80 2.0 22 49.34 25.80 1 39.30 -5.5 Chicos CHS .33 2.9 16 16.85 9.86 3282 11.52 -19.9 Chimera rs CIM 2.00 11.2 8 20.90 14.70 1205 17.89 +5.1 Chimer pfA CIMpA 2.00 7.8 ... 26.00 23.45 26 25.65 +2.5sChimer pfB CIMpB 2.00 7.7 ... 25.99 24.41 39 25.83 +3.6 ChiCBlood CO ... ... 16 8.12 4.27 68 7.67 +25.3 ChinaDigtl STV ... ... ...dd 1.83 1.11 1.75 +19.5 ChinaDEd DL .45e ... 10 13.89 8.97 77 9.91 -11.4 ChinaEAir CEA ... ... ... 30.90 21.38 19 28.20 +26.2 ChinaFd CHN .47e 2.7 ...q 17.98 13.60 12 17.71 +17.7 ChinaGreen CGA .10e 8.1 2 1.68 1.18 39 1.23 +2.5 ChinaLife s LFC .32e 2.1 ... 16.27 10.07 279 15.52 +20.6 ChinaMble CHL 1.87e 3.4 ... 63.89 51.73 401 54.88 +4.7 ChiNBorun BORN ... ... 1 1.77 .97 5 1.18 -11.9 ChOnlEd n COE ... ... ... 25.24 12.45 14 17.77 +14.3 ChinaPet SNP 3.18e 3.9 ... 84.88 65.28 90 80.58 +13.5 ChinaPhH CPHI ... ... ...dd .35 .14 960 .17 -35.0 ChinRap n XRF ... ... ... 7.97 7.30 46 7.35 -2.6 ChinaSoAir ZNH .67e 1.9 ... 36.95 25.60 18 35.60 +38.5 ChinaTel CHA 1.28e 2.6 ... 53.87 42.29 29 48.90 +6.0 ChinaUni CHU .32e 2.4 ... 14.48 9.89 257 13.25 +14.7 ChiXFash XNY ... ... ...dd 3.65 .81 6 1.42 +8.4 ChinaYuch CYD .85e 5.1 6 20.44 10.43 35 16.61 +20.3 ChinZenix ZX ... ... ...dd 1.95 .73 72 1.61 +34.3 Chipotle CMG ... ... ...cc 499.00 352.96 625 484.74 +28.5 ChoiceHtls CHH .86 1.4 26 66.75 43.61 382 63.00 +12.4tChrisBnk CBK ... ... ...dd 2.55 1.13 329 1.10 -53.0 ChubbLtd CB 2.76e 2.0 14 140.55 121.08 1755 138.56 +4.9 ChungTel CHT 1.57e 4.5 ... 38.47 31.28 134 34.77 +10.2 ChurchDwt s CHD .76 1.5 ... 52.27 42.56 1249 49.68 +12.4 CienaCorp CIEN ... ... 28 26.84 16.03 3501 22.68 -7.1 Cigna CI .04 ... 18 164.88 115.03 1416 160.10 +20.0 Cimarex XEC .32 .3 54 146.96 108.97 1035 115.84 -14.8 CincB pfB CBBpB 3.38 6.7 ... 51.47 47.33 1 50.11 +2.5 CinciBell rs CBB ... ... 9 25.65 16.05 431 16.75 -25.1 Cinemark CNK 1.08 2.7 17 44.84 32.60 1532 40.08 +4.5 CinerRes CINR 2.27 7.8 14 39.10 26.25 11 29.00 Circor CIR .15 .2 60 72.96 48.11 53 61.91 -4.6 CitiStratDv DIVC ... ... ...q 31.59 24.68 30.61 +1.8 Citigp pfN CpN 1.97 7.5 ... 26.75 25.71 97 26.17 +1.4 CgpVelLCrd UWT ... ... ... 29.68 13.53 5864 17.23 -37.7 CgpVelICrd DWT ... ... ... 36.89 20.37 1822 28.45 +29.6 Citigroup C .64 1.1 12 62.58 38.31 24655 60.08 +1.1 Citigp wtA C/WS/A ... ... ... .20 .02 75 .12 -19.1 Citigrp pfC CpC 1.45 5.7 ... 26.61 23.90 11 25.48 +2.7 CitiTdecs CpH 7.50 7.2 ... 104.75 Citigp pfJ CpJ 1.78 6.0 ... 30.44 26.79 72 29.74 +6.3 Citigp pfK CpK 1.72 5.9 ... 31.60 26.14 54 29.12 +6.5 Citigrp pfP CpP 2.03 7.5 ... 28.95 26.15 4 27.10 -1.6 Citigrp pfS CpS 1.58 6.0 ... 27.63 24.81 69 26.51 +4.8 Citigrp pfL CpL 1.72 6.4 ... 28.32 25.61 18 26.94 +2.9 CitizFincl CFG .40 1.2 18 39.75 18.34 5994 34.46 -3.3 CitizInc CIA ... ... ...cc 11.93 5.86 108 6.01 -38.8 CityOffce g CIO .94 7.8 12 13.93 11.20 80 12.10 -8.1 CityOff pfA CIOpA 1.66 6.6 ... 25.63 21.52 2 25.14 +10.3 Civeo CVEO ... ... ...dd 3.73 1.00 483 2.25 +2.3 CivitasSolu CIVI ... ... 64 23.20 15.90 48 15.95 -19.8 ClaudeR g CGR ... ... ... .18 ClayGSCn GCE 1.43e 8.7 ...q 16.55 14.36 16.52 +5.4 CleanHarb CLH ... ... ...cc 61.62 43.03 136 56.77 +2.0 ClearChan CCO ... ... ...dd 7.31 3.80 228 4.05 -19.8 ClrBrEnTR CTR 1.35e 10.4 ...q 14.15 11.78 140 13.04 +2.0 ClrbrgMLP CBA .80m 8.7 ...q 10.54 8.00 188 9.22 +.4 ClearEnFd CEM 1.76f 11.1 ...q 17.96 14.32 186 15.90 +2.2 ClrbEOpFd EMO 1.47e 11.4 ...q 14.29 11.94 182 12.85 -2.0 ClearwPpr CLW ... ... 19 69.75 44.00 100 45.25 -31.0 CliffsNRs CLF ... ... 6 12.37 2.85 8160 6.21 -26.2 ClipRlty n CLPR .38f ... ... 14.24 10.07 58 10.63 -21.3 Clorox CLX 3.36f 2.6 26 140.47 111.24 510 130.74 +8.9 CloudPeak CLD ... ... ...dd 8.04 1.64 1221 3.38 -39.8 Cloudera n CLDR ... ... ... 23.08 18.10 685 20.11 +10.6 CloughGA GLV 1.44 10.8 ...q 13.92 10.95 28 13.33 +10.7 CloughGEq GLQ 1.38 11.1 ...q 12.93 10.16 40 12.45 +11.9 ClghGlbOp GLO 1.20 11.6 ...q 10.67 8.65 98 10.35 +15.6 ClubCorp MYCC .52 4.0 ...cc 17.60 10.80 497 12.90 -10.1 Coach COH 1.35 3.0 27 46.56 34.07 2637 44.67 +27.6 CobaltIEn CIE ... ... ...dd 2.70 .25 6374 .27 -78.0 CCFemsa KOF 1.81e 2.4 ... 84.00 59.44 130 76.43 +20.3 CocaCola KO 1.48 3.4 27 46.01 39.88 13104 43.80 +5.6 CocaCEur n CCE .89e ... ... 41.29 30.55 1136 39.65 +26.3 Coeur CDE ... ... 29 16.41 6.98 4517 9.30 +2.3 TigerM wt IDI/WS ... ... ... .07 CohSClosed FOF 1.04 8.1 ...q 13.17 11.09 73 12.87 +10.0 CohStGlbI INB 1.12 12.1 ...q 9.52 8.20 100 9.22 +8.1 Cohen&Str CNS 1.12 2.9 20 43.83 33.16 90 39.20 +16.7 CohStInfra UTF 1.60 7.2 ...q 23.13 19.10 308 22.31 +15.2 C&SLtDP&I LDP 1.87 7.1 ...q 26.59 22.40 60 26.21 +6.8 C&SIncEgy MIE 1.32 11.8 ...q 11.96 9.23 101 11.18 +2.7 CohStQIR RQI .96 7.8 ...q 14.73 11.11 371 12.24 +.2 CohStRE RNP 1.48 7.5 ...q 21.69 17.91 188 19.80 +3.6 CohStSelPf PSF 2.06a 7.5 ...q 28.50 24.82 15 27.57 +5.4 CohenStTR RFI .96a 7.7 ...q 14.26 11.63 95 12.40 +2.5 Colfax CFX ... ... 29 41.99 24.63 551 39.66 +10.4 ColgPalm CL 1.60f 2.2 26 76.86 63.43 7082 73.93 +13.0 ColNrthS n CLNS ... ... ... 14.97 12.52 4657 13.45 -6.9 ColNrth pfA CLNSpA 2.19 8.6 ... 25.81 25.05 5 25.35 -1.3 ColNrth pfB CLNSpB 2.06 8.2 ... 25.74 24.95 31 25.25 -.4 ColNrth pfC CLNSpC 2.22 8.7 ... 26.04 24.00 13 25.64 -.6 ColNrth pfD CLNSpD 2.13 8.3 ... 26.59 25.18 3 25.80 ColNrth pfE CLNSpE 2.19 8.3 ... 26.73 25.02 10 26.49 +1.6 ColNrth pfF CLNSpF 2.13 8.4 ... 25.73 24.93 19 25.48 +.6 ColNrth pfG CLNSpG 1.88 7.4 ... 27.16 24.15 4 25.32 -.7 ColNrth pfH CLNSpH 1.78 7.1 ... 25.28 23.75 10 25.20 +3.5 ColonyStar SFR .88 2.6 25 35.15 26.20 938 33.59 +16.6 Col Sust n ESGW ... ... ... 29.08 25.24 29.08 +8.3 Col SusInt n ESGN ... ... ... 29.01 24.51 28.76 +12.1 Col SusUS n ESGS ... ... ... 29.54 23.45 28.50 +3.5 ColuIntMu GMMB 1.22 2.3 ...q 55.22 51.67 52.82 +1.5 ColCoreBd GMTB 1.31e 2.0 ...q 53.39 50.30 52.06 +1.9 Col Bey BBRC .27e 1.5 ...q 16.98 14.47 10 16.69 +12.4 ColEmxChi XCEM ... ... ...q 26.98 20.02 2 25.83 +14.3 ColQualDv HILO .99e 7.2 ...q 14.44 12.12 1 13.69 +8.4 ColEMStOp EMDD .28e 1.4 ...q 20.24 16.51 19.71 +16.8 Col EMCns ECON .30e 1.2 ...q 26.87 21.11 122 25.89 +16.9 Col EmMkC EMCR .42e 2.2 ...q 20.19 16.36 0 19.52 +13.1 Col IndiaC INCO .03p ... ...q 41.72 30.60 29 40.21 +24.1 Col IndiaInf INXX .04e .3 ...q 14.29 10.13 41 13.75 +30.2 Col IndSC SCIN .08e .4 ...q 20.34 13.00 73 19.48 +38.3 ColumbPT CXP .80m 3.7 20 24.63 20.16 526 21.77 +.8 ColSelTec STK .58a 2.6 ...q 23.36 15.64 72 22.19 +18.4 Comcst 61 CCV 1.25 4.8 ... 27.47 24.30 23 25.88 +3.2 Comcst29 CCZ 1.58e 3.2 ... 60.95 44.50 50.10 +10.6 Comerica CMA .92f 1.4 20 75.00 36.82 1851 67.63 -.7 Comeric wt CMA/WS ... ... ... 45.50 10.75 8 38.24 -1.3 ComfrtS FIX .30f .9 22 39.67 26.05 297 35.00 +5.1 ComndSec MOC ... ... ...dd 5.73 2.36 33 2.76 +.4 CmclCred n CCR ... ... ... CmclMtls CMC .48 2.7 41 24.64 14.58 1499 17.66 -18.9 CmtyBkSy CBU 1.28 2.4 23 63.04 38.20 198 54.32 -12.1 CmtyHlt CYH ... ... ...dd 15.52 4.15 2769 9.37 +67.6 CmtyHcT n CHCT 1.56f 6.3 29 25.94 18.19 38 24.82 +7.8 CBD-Pao CBD .38e 1.9 ... 24.75 11.00 2456 19.49 +17.8 CompDivHd CODI 1.44 8.8 27 19.50 15.65 132 16.30 -8.9 CompssMn CMP 2.88 4.3 28 84.40 62.70 437 67.10 -14.4 Compx CIX .20 1.4 15 16.70 10.49 1 14.30 -11.2 ComstkMn LODE ... ... ...dd .47 .17 490 .18 -32.3 ComstkRs rs CRK ... ... ...dd 13.43 2.64 186 8.00 -18.8 ConAgra CAG .80 2.1 20 41.68 33.08 1814 37.68 -4.7 ConchoRes CXO ... ... ...cc 147.55 114.33 1573 130.12 -1.9 ConcdMed CCM .99e ... 42 4.96 3.51 7 4.19 -8.8 Conduent n CNDT ... ... ... 18.15 13.10 1614 16.70 +12.1 ConeMidst CNNX 1.13f 5.3 13 25.56 14.96 290 21.25 -9.8 ConocoPhil COP 1.06 2.3 52 53.17 38.80 6356 46.42 -7.4 ConsolEngy CNX .04 .3 ...dd 22.34 12.69 2988 15.89 -12.8 ConEd ED 2.76 3.5 20 81.88 68.76 1513 79.92 +8.5 CnsTom CTO .08 .2 11 56.74 44.48 6 53.22 -.4 ConstellA STZ 2.08f 1.2 24 183.86 144.00 1241 180.84 +18.0 ConstellB STZ/B 1.12 .6 37 182.10 147.95 0 181.28 +18.3 Constellm CSTM ... ... ... 8.85 4.02 559 6.10 +3.4 CnE pfB CMSpB 4.50 4.3 ... 108.75 100.05 0 103.90 +1.0 ContainStr TCS ... ... 10 8.34 3.75 190 3.90 -38.6 Contango MCF ... ... ...dd 14.14 5.62 120 6.95 -25.6 ContlBldg CBPX ... ... 22 26.53 18.35 444 23.70 +2.6 ContMatls CUO ... ... 25 30.90 14.80 2 21.45 -10.4 ContlRescs CLR ... ... ...dd 60.30 39.30 2522 41.41 -19.7 Cnvrgys CVG .40f 1.7 13 30.92 20.15 1200 23.92 -2.6sCooperCo COO .06 ... 26 210.86 158.73 222 210.39 +20.3 CooperTire CTB .42 1.2 8 44.50 29.29 825 35.80 -7.9 CooperStd CPS ... ... 10 118.59 74.33 98 107.24 +3.7 CopaHold CPA 2.04 1.9 19 125.78 48.57 895 108.90 +19.9 Copel ELP .36e 4.5 ... 11.94 6.43 2104 7.93 -6.5 CoreLabs CLB 2.20 2.1 69 133.38 96.30 395 105.78 -11.9 CoreMold CMT ... ... 12 20.83 11.86 16 19.65 +14.8 Corecivic CXW 1.68m 5.5 11 35.33 12.99 2423 30.72 +25.6 CoreLogic CLGX ... ... 20 43.44 34.59 590 41.20 +11.9 CorEn pfA CORRpA 1.84 7.5 ... 26.55 20.85 17 24.66 +.2 CorEnInf rs CORR 3.00 8.3 17q 37.25 22.18 108 36.07 +3.4 CoreSite COR 3.20 3.2 52 102.11 64.81 277 99.01 +24.7 CoreSR pfA CORpA 1.81 7.0 ... 26.88 25.05 2 25.96 +2.6 Corindus n CVRS ... ... ...dd 1.80 .40 1082 1.09 +56.2tCorMedix CRMD ... ... ...dd 3.26 .44 489 .44 -71.3 CrnstTotR CRF 3.35 20.2 ...q 17.65 13.79 82 16.57 +10.0 CrnrstnStr CLM 3.40 20.6 ...q 18.48 13.75 271 16.51 +8.8 Corning GLW .62 2.2 18 29.72 18.88 5475 28.77 +18.5 CpBT JCP JBN 1.75 11.3 ... 19.79 14.76 13 15.54 -12.7 CorpOffP OFC 1.10 3.3 18 34.56 24.92 902 33.25 +6.5 CorpOf pfL OFCpL 1.84 7.3 ... 26.77 24.85 25.35 +.4 Cort1Aon27 KTN 2.05 6.3 ... 34.99 30.55 1 32.80 +2.3 CortsJCP97 KTP 1.91 10.9 ... 21.99 16.40 13 17.55 -15.8 CortsJCP JBR 1.75 11.3 ... 19.98 14.60 0 15.48 -13.0 CortsPE KTH 2.00 6.3 ... 37.17 29.91 3 31.80 +.5 Cosan Ltd CZZ .26e 3.8 ... 9.50 5.28 3211 6.76 -10.0 Costamre CMRE .40 5.4 ... 10.45 5.07 816 7.44 +32.9 Costam pfB CMREpB 1.91 8.3 ... 24.99 17.25 1 23.05 +13.5 Costmr pfC CMREpC 2.13 8.9 ... 24.44 17.60 7 23.98 +10.7 Costam pfD CMREpD 2.19 9.0 ... 24.44 17.86 14 24.25 +9.2 Cotiviti n COTV ... ... ... 43.00 17.00 152 38.44 +11.7 Cott Cp COT .24 1.9 ...cc 17.38 10.10 1437 12.61 +11.3 Coty COTY .50 2.7 ...cc 30.13 16.95 5067 18.63 +1.7 Cntwd pfB CFCpB 1.75 6.8 ... 26.50 25.30 172 25.74 +1.1 CousPrp CUZ .24 2.8 12 8.82 7.04 3097 8.58 +.8 CovantaH CVA 1.00 7.0 ...dd 17.16 13.45 670 14.20 -9.0 CovrAll n COVR ... ... ... Crane CR 1.32 1.7 18 82.35 54.05 258 76.76 +6.4 CrwfdA CRD/A .28 3.8 53 10.50 6.75 23 7.42 -21.6 CrwfdB CRD/B .20 2.3 63 14.37 7.40 21 8.85 -29.5 Credicp BAP 2.19e 1.3 ... 173.80 137.51 560 170.35 +7.9 CS EnEur50 FIEU ... ... ...q 125.20 73.67 2 122.15 +34.3 CSVInvN rs DGAZ ... ... ...q 89.95 13.50 5417 20.52 CS FILgCG FLGE ... ... ...q 174.56 113.12 10 170.32 +22.7 CSCmdyRtn CSCR ... ... ...q 14.06 12.95 13.24 -1.9 CS LgShLiq CSLS ... ... ...q 28.60 25.14 3 27.42 +1.9 CrSuisInco CIK .26 8.0 ...q 3.46 2.80 216 3.29 +4.1 CS MthlMtg REML ... ... ... 32.51 24.01 0 29.29 +9.3 CS MthlyP AMJL .99e ... ... CSVLgNG rs UGAZ ... ... ...q 54.89 13.66 4381 18.90 -59.1 CS CrdeOil OIIL ... ... ... 36.02 27.09 29.78 -12.9 CS MAsHi MLTI 1.30e ... ... 29.66 26.12 28.34 +2.0 CS SP mlp MLPO 1.12e 6.8 ... 17.25 15.80 16.57 +3.1 CS BigCG18 FIBG ... ... ...q 74.89 57.09 0 72.87 +14.2 CredSuiss CS 1.21e 8.5 ... 16.17 10.01 5176 14.27 -.3 CrSuiHiY DHY .29 10.4 ...q 2.85 2.17 170 2.78 +4.1 CrescPtE g CPG .28 3.0 ...cc 18.95 9.02 1031 9.49 -30.2 CrestEq rs CEQP 2.40e 10.0 ...dd 28.30 18.10 141 24.10 -5.7 InergyM wi NRGM/WI ... ... ... 22.72 CrossAmer CAPL 2.45 10.1 ...cc 27.94 22.50 32 24.30 -3.5 CrosTim CRT 1.10e 7.3 15 20.59 14.10 5 15.05 -16.2 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 2 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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CrwnCstle CCI 3.80 3.9 28 102.82 79.38 2183 98.65 +13.7 CrownHold CCK ... ... 14 57.49 48.04 646 55.67 +5.9 Cryolife CRY .12 .7 41 20.15 11.35 92 18.25 -4.7 CrystalRk CRVP ... ... ...dd 1.05 .63 5 .82 +.6 CubeSmart CUBE 1.08 4.3 36 32.51 23.65 4294 25.25 -5.7 Cubic CUB .27 .6 ...dd 55.65 37.24 112 44.80 -6.6 CullenFr CFR 2.28f 2.5 19 97.56 57.94 325 89.60 +1.6 CullnF pfA CFRpA 1.34 5.3 ... 27.86 24.24 5 25.49 +3.4 Culp Inc CFI .32f 1.0 16 37.80 26.26 24 31.50 -15.2 Cummins CMI 4.10 2.7 23 163.36 105.33 1318 151.84 +11.1 CurEuro FXE ... ... ...q 111.34 100.46 521 107.58 +5.2 CurAstla FXA 1.02 1.4 ...q 77.72 71.64 8 74.25 +2.9 CurBrit FXB ... ... ...q 145.60 117.48 217 126.07 +4.8 CurrCda FXC .03e ... ...q 78.17 71.70 17 72.57 -1.4 CurrChina FXCH ... ... ... 75.69 70.11 71.17 -.2 CurJpn FXY ... ... ...q 96.75 81.33 438 86.44 +4.8 CurSwed FXS ... ... ...q 120.36 102.80 1 109.00 +2.5 CurSwiss FXF ... ... ...q 100.49 92.37 10 97.04 +3.5 CurShSinga FXSG ... ... ...q 73.95 66.86 69.68 +2.5 CurtisWrt CW .52 .6 21 107.61 78.34 409 83.41 -15.2 CushTRet rs SRV 1.08 8.2 ...q 15.08 11.33 76 13.11 -3.5 CushngRen SZC 1.64 9.1 ...q 19.10 14.59 21 18.02 +3.7 CushRoy rs SRF .62 6.9 ...q 10.14 8.24 18 9.01 -7.9 CustomBcp CUBI ... ... 12 36.93 23.80 218 28.83 -19.5 CustBcp 18 CUBS 1.59 6.0 ... 27.74 26.01 2 26.30 +.2 CustBc p C CUBIpC .57p ... ... 27.74 25.25 2 27.18 +4.4 CustBc pfD CUBIpD ... ... ... 29.11 25.01 26.75 +4.3 CustBc pfE CUBIpE ... ... ... 27.21 24.69 2 26.64 +4.1 CustoBc pf F CUBIpF ... ... ... 26.37 23.22 5 26.10 +4.4 CypressEn CELP .84m 11.4 ... 14.27 7.29 22 7.38 -30.1D -DCP Mid DCP 3.12 8.8 21 42.45 31.03 318 35.40 -7.8 DCT IndlTr DCT 1.24f 2.4 28 52.12 41.49 529 51.80 +8.2 DDR Corp DDR .76 8.3 10 19.92 8.60 6646 9.14 -40.1 DDR pfJ DDRpJ 1.63 6.5 ... 26.43 24.35 3 25.12 +1.6 DDR pfK DDRpK 1.56 6.2 ... 27.13 23.66 1 25.16 +5.6 DGSE DGSE ... ... ...dd 1.72 .51 53 1.56 +25.8 DHI Grp DHX ... ... 9 8.43 3.00 312 3.10 -50.4 DHT Hldgs DHT .41e 9.5 ...dd 5.87 3.29 783 4.30 +3.9 DNP Selct DNP .78 7.1 ...q 11.04 9.81 290 10.97 +7.2 DR Horton DHI .40f 1.2 13 34.56 26.69 1951 33.25 +21.7 Drdgold DRD .08f 2.2 ... 9.10 3.60 176 3.70 -30.1 DST Sys DST 1.44f 1.2 18 128.66 94.52 197 117.76 +9.9tDSW Inc DSW .80 4.5 13 26.22 17.96 2380 17.68 -21.9sDTE DTE 3.30f 3.1 24 106.15 87.69 645 105.34 +6.9 DTEEn 62 DTQ 1.31 5.2 ... 26.07 22.33 2 25.12 +4.9 DTE En76 n DTJ 1.34 5.4 ... 26.60 21.67 22 24.65 +9.4 DTE F76 n DTY 1.50 5.6 ... 26.67 24.24 11 26.62 +3.6 DTE En un DTV ... ... ... 54.49 50.03 2 54.35 +2.5 DTF TxF DTF .84 5.6 ...q 17.05 14.09 116 14.90 +3.3 DXC Tch n DXC ... ... ... 80.83 67.76 3105 78.12 +15.0 DanaInc DAN .24 1.2 10 21.49 9.80 1974 19.26 +1.5 Danaher DHR .56f .7 19 88.01 73.40 2632 81.78 +5.1 Danaos DAC ... ... 1 4.90 1.25 36 1.25 -52.8 DaqoNEn DQ ... ... 4 27.60 18.01 63 22.05 +14.2 Darden DRI 2.24 2.6 22 89.14 59.50 1017 86.45 +18.9 DarlingIng DAR ... ... 24 15.93 11.51 1082 15.29 +18.4 DaVita Inc DVA ... ... 16 78.77 54.50 1556 64.10 -.2tDaxor DXR .04f .6 ... 9.80 6.57 0 6.55 -20.5 DeVryEd DV .36 1.0 14 40.70 15.36 1138 35.95 +15.2 DeanFoods DF .36 2.0 14 22.31 15.69 1652 18.10 -16.9 DeckrsOut DECK ... ... 76 69.94 44.00 325 58.34 +5.3 Deere DE 2.40 2.1 24 114.96 76.73 3149 112.67 +9.3 DE EnhGlb DEX .90 8.0 ...q 11.36 9.16 84 11.24 +11.2 DelaCO VCF .72 4.8 ...q 16.20 14.50 14.92 +.1 DelaDvInc DDF .62 6.1 ...q 10.55 9.25 10 10.20 +2.3 DelaNatl VFL .72 5.3 ...q 14.99 12.07 1 13.61 +3.5 DelaMN2 VMM .63 4.3 ...q 15.70 13.13 4 14.57 +7.4 DelekLogis DKL 2.76f 9.0 13 36.05 21.30 11 30.50 +6.8 Delek DK .60a 2.4 ...dd 26.06 11.41 899 25.02 +3.9 DellTch n DVMT ... ... ... 68.25 46.64 1393 64.66 +17.6 DelphiAuto DLPH 1.16 1.4 17 89.58 58.04 2409 85.13 +26.4 DeltaAir DAL .81 1.7 9 52.76 32.60 4834 47.66 -3.1 DeltaAprl DLA ... ... 14 25.52 14.85 19 18.91 -8.8 DeltTim DEL .40 .6 97 85.49 53.21 73 69.19 -10.2 Deluxe DLX 1.20 1.8 14 75.94 59.47 344 67.03 -6.4 DenburyR DNR ... ... ...dd 4.74 1.68 4931 1.71 -53.5 DenisnM g DNN ... ... ...dd .84 .37 293 .49 -4.9 DeutschBk DB .83e ... ... 20.94 11.19 4742 18.68 +3.2 DBDogs22 DOD ... ... ... 29.00 17.00 9 18.63 +.6 DBWMTR WMW ... ... ... 27.46 21.67 1 26.61 +7.8 DB Cap pf DTK 1.90 7.3 ... 26.48 22.38 144 25.95 +4.0 DeutBCT2 pf DXB 1.64 6.5 ... 25.72 21.86 341 25.06 +4.5 DeutBCT5 pf DKT 2.01 7.6 ... 27.00 23.01 132 26.57 +5.2 DBCmdyS DDP ... ... ...q 63.65 40.16 51.00 -6.1 DBCmdDL DYY ... ... ...q 4.77 2.05 7 2.85 -26.5 DBCmdDS DEE ... ... ...q 80.00 64.00 77.00 +4.7 DB AgriLg AGF ... ... ...q 13.98 9.43 9.43 -19.4 DB AgriSh ADZ ... ... ...q 31.24 28.95 31.24 DB AgriDL DAG ... ... ...q 4.98 3.11 9 3.23 -7.2 DB AgDS AGA ... ... ...q 27.50 19.95 27.50 +10.0 DBGoldSh DGZ ... ... ...q 15.72 12.73 2 14.10 -8.2 DBGoldDL DGP ... ... ...q 31.42 19.20 20 23.38 +16.2 DBGoldDS DZZ ... ... ...q 7.15 4.80 115 5.85 -14.7 DBGlbHY23 FIEG ... ... ...q 148.50 113.98 148.12 +13.9 Deut GlbHi LBF .54 6.3 ...q 8.88 7.90 34 8.61 +3.4 Deut HiOp DHG .72 4.9 ...q 14.99 13.07 6 14.79 +2.6 Deut Multi KMM .51 5.8 ...q 8.87 7.90 33 8.80 +3.3 Deut Muni KTF .84 6.2 ...q 14.82 12.52 33 13.49 +2.8 Deut StInc KST .66a 5.4 ...q 12.42 11.26 9 12.28 +3.3 Deut StMu KSM .84 6.6 ...q 15.01 11.86 8 12.65 +4.2 DBXEmMkt DBEM .64e 3.0 ...q 21.68 17.96 28 21.34 +10.9 DBXEafeEq DBEF 1.00e 2.9 ...q 31.04 23.35 1973 30.51 +8.7 DBXBrazEq DBBR 2.71e 26.0 ...q 11.85 9.00 9 10.44 +1.6 DBXGerEq DBGR 3.40e 12.2 ...q 28.28 20.48 16 27.79 +10.3 Deu HYBd n HYLB ... ... ... 51.42 50.07 36 51.05 +1.3 Dbx Tr etf DESC ... ... ... 32.51 25.98 1 30.59 -3.8 DeutBarI n IFIX ... ... ... 50.16 49.70 50.16 +.9 DeuBrcIn n IGVT ... ... ... 50.01 48.42 48.79 -1.2 DbXR1KECo DEUS ... ... ...q 29.40 24.84 21 28.37 +4.9 DeutEmCo DEMG ... ... ... 27.81 23.03 0 26.67 +8.1 DBXJapnEq DBJP 2.26e 3.6 ...q 39.34 29.15 363 38.41 +3.2 DbXDvxEU DEEF ... ... ...q 27.05 22.73 1 26.88 +12.6 Deut 300Ch ASHX .74p ... ...q 24.28 18.69 19.08 +1.4 DbxItalyHE DBIT .22p ... ...q 22.99 16.33 22.99 +25.9 DeutSthE n DBSE ... ... ... DbxEafeSC DBES .26p ... ...q 28.15 22.06 28.15 +16.3 DbxAllWHiD HDAW .27e ... ...q 26.09 21.64 1 26.04 +5.7 DbxEuroHiD HDEZ .28p ... ...q 27.34 20.78 27.00 +8.9 DbxEmMHiD HDEE .79e 1.2 ...q 23.24 21.11 23.04 +6.9 DbxEafeHiD HDEF .43e 1.0 ...q 25.33 21.73 0 25.04 +7.6 DbxNikk400 JPN ... ... ...q 26.00 21.98 0 25.80 +6.8 DBX MSCI DBEZ 1.28e 4.2 ... 30.90 22.01 12 30.14 +12.4 DeuMunInf RVNU .73 2.8 ...q 28.30 24.89 7 26.39 +2.5 DBX EMBd EMIH .87e ... ...q 25.35 23.65 0 24.87 +.1 DBX IGBd IGIH .60e ... ...q 24.72 22.68 4 24.38 +.8 DBXHYCpB HYIH 1.02e ... ...q 23.98 19.46 2 23.23 -1.0 DBXChiSC ASHS 3.46e .5 ...q 36.01 30.60 3 31.37 -2.9 DBXHrvChi CN 4.34e ... ...q 31.80 25.90 2 29.60 +13.0 DBXMexHd DBMX 4.12e 13.6 ...q 22.56 19.28 20.54 +5.5 DBXSKorH DBKO .03p ... ...q 28.61 21.85 3 28.23 +15.1 DBXAWxUS DBAW 1.33e 3.3 ...q 26.65 20.54 25 26.19 +9.2 DBXAsiaPH DBAP 2.07e 4.2 ...q 26.05 21.61 0 25.85 +13.0 DBXEurHgd DBEU 1.28e 4.1 ...q 28.59 22.77 1822 28.14 +10.9 DBXUKHdg DBUK 1.63e 7.0 ...q 24.95 19.98 2 21.78 +7.4 DBXHvChiA ASHR 8.43e 1.3 ...q 26.19 22.80 688 24.53 +4.6 DevonE DVN .24 .7 ...cc 50.69 32.81 4979 36.90 -19.2 ElevWat n WTRX ... ... ... 31.47 25.00 1 30.25 +19.5 Diageo DEO 3.23e 2.7 ... 122.45 99.46 354 120.03 +15.5tDiamOffsh DO .50 3.8 14 26.72 13.06 3120 13.27 -25.0 DiamRk DRH .50 4.6 12 12.00 8.37 3102 10.98 -4.8 DianaShip DSX ... ... ...dd 6.20 2.11 1264 3.60 +19.2 DianaS pfB DSXpB 2.22 10.0 ... 22.99 13.25 16 22.14 +34.9 DianaSh20 DSXN 2.13 8.5 ... 26.00 18.50 1 24.90 +20.8 DicksSptg DKS .68 1.6 13 62.88 39.54 4657 41.39 -22.1 Diebold DBD .40 1.5 ...dd 31.85 21.05 1341 26.00 +3.4 DigitalPwr DPW ... ... ...dd 1.75 .35 90 .55 -16.0 DigitalRlt DLR 3.72 3.2 33 116.08 85.63 833 114.66 +16.7 DigitlR pfG DLRpG 1.47 5.8 ... 26.75 23.05 18 25.50 +6.6 DigtlR pfH DLRpH 1.84 6.6 ... 29.49 25.90 8 27.76 +2.2 DigitalR pfI DLRpI 1.59 5.9 ... 28.16 24.50 16 26.80 +6.9 DigitalGlb DGI ... ... ...cc 35.95 19.44 269 31.10 +8.6 Dillards DDS .28 .6 10 77.70 45.51 862 48.44 -22.7 Dillard38 DDT 1.88 7.4 ... 27.15 25.02 23 25.32 -2.6 DineEquity DIN 3.88 7.9 9 88.00 48.73 401 49.05 -36.3 DiploPhm DPLO ... ... 46 38.94 12.25 420 17.44 +38.4 DirBrCm n COM ... ... ... 24.95 23.99 0 24.48 -1.4 DirConBr1x SPLZ ... ... ... 23.55 23.47 23.48 -.3 DxUtBr n UTLZ ... ... ... DrxRBkBr rs WDRW ... ... ...q 209.40 35.62 7 50.34 DxRsaBr rs RUSS ... ... ...q 89.75 26.80 257 33.20 DxSOXBr rs SOXS ... ... ...q 174.50 30.19 535 32.21 DxGBull rs NUGT ... ... ...q 143.18 22.04 13654 34.15 DrGMBll rs JNUG ... ... ...q 133.15 13.72 19849 18.38 sDirSPX Br SPDN ... ... ... 35.04 17.25 17 34.87 +88.0 DxGlMBr rs JDST ... ... ...q 486.00 47.00 2600 73.77 sDirSPBear s SPXS ... ... ...q 45.19 2.16 2074 44.64 Dir7-10TBr TYNS ... ... ...q 29.38 27.19 28.48 -2.0 DrxDlySpxB LLSP .10p ... ...q 31.49 24.71 0 30.83 +7.2 DxChiABear CHAD ... ... ...q 45.91 38.73 13 40.27 -5.8 DrxNGBear rs GASX ... ... ...q 48.20 17.73 6 31.94 +39.1 DxSPOGBr rs DRIP ... ... ...q 40.79 10.28 393 19.37 +48.5 DrxRBkBull DPST ... ... ...q 81.77 20.24 90 53.65 -21.1 DirDGlBr rs DUST ... ... ...q 93.35 22.80 9043 29.87 -38.2 DxSPXBll s SPUU ... ... ...q 42.89 31.54 4 41.62 +12.0 DxEuFnBl EUFL ... ... ... 44.55 24.51 10 41.53 +30.5 DirGlMin n MELT ... ... ... 35.76 22.89 1 26.09 -11.4 DirSCBll s SMLL .40p ... ...q 43.50 25.75 0 39.18 -1.2 DirxEurFin EUFS ... ... ... 25.13 17.61 17.82 -16.5 DxHiYldBr HYDD ... ... ... 23.58 17.56 1 19.62 -7.1 DrNsd100 rs QQQE ... ... ...q 39.89 29.35 138 39.15 DrxDlySCB LLSC .10p ... ...q 32.42 24.36 31.91 +2.2 DirxTchBr TECZ ... ... ... 26.03 19.63 19.65 -11.8 DirxFnBr n FAZZ ... ... ... 25.84 17.49 0 18.68 -1.1 DrxiBillion IBLN .21e .8 ...q 28.25 23.11 1 27.79 +10.7 DirxEnBr n ERYY ... ... ... 23.33 18.77 21.16 +4.8 DxRusBll s RUSL ... ... ...q 57.36 24.58 380 40.41 DiEurBll3x EURL .05e .2 ...q 31.83 14.48 97 30.55 +52.9 DrxEMBll rs EDC ... ... ...q 86.85 41.35 809 78.34 +48.3 Dir MLPHi ZMLP 1.60m 9.0 ...q 20.15 17.31 71 17.86 -5.4 DxLatBll s LBJ ... ... ...q 32.57 13.80 163 20.80 DirTotBBr SAGG ... ... ...q 33.19 30.92 31.29 -2.2 DrxFTSE LLDM ... ... ... DxBrzBull s BRZU ... ... ...q 55.29 15.72 13923 23.52 -24.3 DxBiotBll rs LABU ... ... ...q 55.88 21.94 1679 48.14 +53.8 DxIndiBll rs INDL ... ... ...q 80.71 41.00 130 74.10 +64.9 DxNGBll rs GASL ... ... ...q 58.12 24.17 72 26.45 -40.6 DrDevMBr DPK ... ... ...q 35.88 16.15 11 16.61 -31.9 DxSPOGBl s GUSH ... ... ...q 67.00 24.09 543 27.58 DxREBear DRV ... ... ...q 16.90 10.45 62 12.35 -2.2 DrxHCreBr SICK ... ... ...q 42.28 20.05 1 27.33 -23.9 DxSPBioBr LABS ... ... ... 51.22 30.84 0 32.07 -16.4 Dir20yrTBr TYBS ... ... ...q 22.50 18.49 20.89 -4.3 DrxFtseEm LLEM .47p ... ...q 25.07 20.41 23.59 DrxJpBull JPNL ... ... ...q 53.29 32.71 2 52.32 +22.5 DxEnBear ERY ... ... ...q 18.11 8.59 911 12.65 +32.7 DxEMBear EDZ ... ... ...q 40.69 14.47 2104 15.97 -36.8 DirPhr Bear PILS 1.50p ... ... 55.43 36.07 43.52 -13.2 DrxCySBull HAKK ... ... ...q 52.89 25.00 1 47.83 +35.6 DrxSKBull KORU ... ... ...q 44.99 19.17 5 42.79 +76.5 DxSCBear rs TZA ... ... ...q 43.45 16.32 14015 18.63 -6.1 DxFnBr rs FAZ ... ... ...q 45.92 17.00 2470 20.13 -7.3 DxHmbBear CLAW ... ... ...q 42.42 17.27 0 18.31 -40.6 DrxHmbBull NAIL ... ... ...q 42.85 20.01 2 40.51 +59.6 Dx30TBear TMV ... ... ...q 25.75 15.03 750 20.56 -14.3 DxFnBull s FAS ... ... ...q 51.11 21.14 2941 41.97 +2.6 DxBiotBear LABD ... ... ...q 48.74 9.08 4632 9.84 -48.1 DrxTcBr rs TECS ... ... ...q 30.43 10.99 188 11.66 -33.8tDrxACInsi KNOW .48e 1.2 ...q 82.27 38.81 31 38.92 -49.1 DxMCBr rs MIDZ ... ... ...q 38.64 17.97 10 19.74 -10.3 DxChiBear s YANG ... ... ...q 28.56 10.90 557 11.46 -32.2 Drx300Chin CHAU ... ... ...q 20.89 15.85 20 18.50 +9.0 DxHcrBll s CURE ... ... ...q 37.62 24.26 59 34.89 +26.6 DxTcBull s TECL ... ... ...q 77.65 31.48 227 72.72 +45.6 DxRetlBll s RETL ... ... ...q 49.91 27.90 24 28.42 -22.2 DxSOXBll s SOXL .01e ... ...q 93.66 22.60 808 86.01 +50.6 Dir30TrBul s TMF ... ... ...q 31.58 16.87 430 20.12 +11.2 Dir10TrBear TYO ... ... ...q 16.29 12.60 8 14.11 -8.6 Dx10yTBull TYD .73e ... ...q 58.66 39.87 2 44.87 +8.0 DxMCBull s MIDU ... ... ...q 38.56 20.50 57 34.12 +5.0 DrxREBull s DRN ... ... ...q 29.68 16.63 119 20.74 -3.2 DirxChiBull YINN .07e .3 ...q 22.27 11.38 1080 20.68 +38.1 DirxDMBull DZK ... ... ...q 66.10 33.10 10 64.06 +42.2 DrxSCBull s TNA ... ... ...q 57.60 26.36 6448 49.79 DrxSPBull s SPXL ... ... ...q 33.42 18.83 1967 31.76 DirxEnBull ERX ... ... ...q 44.55 25.57 2103 27.75 -30.5 Discover DFS 1.20 2.0 10 74.33 50.32 4432 59.28 -17.8 Discov pfB DFSpB 1.63 6.4 ... 26.96 24.91 85 25.57 -.4 Disney DIS 1.56f 1.5 18 116.10 90.32 6346 106.68 +2.4 DvsRealAst DRA 1.67 9.7 ...q 17.73 15.00 24 17.17 +10.1 Div&Inco DNI 1.63 13.5 ...q 12.56 10.47 45 12.07 +1.9 DrReddy RDY .31e .7 ... 54.73 39.04 198 41.39 -8.6 DocuSec rs DSS ... ... ...dd 1.64 .42 102 .98 +46.4 DolbyLab DLB .56 1.1 19 55.02 44.80 311 49.96 +10.6 DollarGen DG 1.00 1.4 16 96.88 66.50 2425 71.13 -4.0 DomDmd g DDC .40 3.1 ...cc 13.65 7.92 698 12.81 +32.3 DomMidst DM 1.10f 3.7 22 33.70 23.17 62 29.35 -.7 DomRescs D 3.02 3.9 21 79.36 69.51 3212 78.32 +2.3 DomRes un DCUD ... ... ... 54.16 48.10 15 50.30 -.6 DomRs76 n DRUA ... ... ... 25.98 20.93 46 24.59 +10.8 DomRes 17 DCUC .75 1.5 ... 53.00 48.74 7 50.52 +.9 Dominos DPZ 1.84 .9 47 198.00 120.35 989 194.71 +22.3 Domtar g UFS 1.66 4.5 20 44.58 32.74 495 36.88 -5.5 Donaldson DCI .70 1.5 29 47.68 31.52 421 45.93 +9.1 DonlleyRR rs RRD .56 4.6 8 30.77 11.03 1124 12.08 -26.0 DonnlyFn n DFIN ... ... ... 29.00 18.03 170 22.58 -1.7 DorianLPG LPG ... ... 7 12.50 5.07 112 8.53 +3.9 DoubIncSol DSL 1.80a 8.8 ...q 21.00 17.39 613 20.45 +7.7 DblLOppCr DBL 2.00a 8.1 ...q 27.75 22.52 30 24.77 +7.2 DougDyn PLOW .96f 3.3 22 35.90 20.03 138 28.90 -14.1 DEmmett DEI .92 2.4 20 40.79 32.40 813 38.01 +4.0 Dover DOV 1.76 2.2 25 82.56 63.93 1312 80.83 +7.9 DoverDG DDE ... ... 37 1.21 .92 13 1.12 +8.7 DoverMot DVD .05 2.5 14 2.54 1.80 1 1.98 -14.1 DowChm DOW 1.84 3.0 19 65.42 47.51 4898 60.58 +5.9 DrPepSnap DPS 2.32 2.6 21 99.47 81.05 1369 90.43 -.3 DryHYSt DHF .35 10.1 ...q 3.60 3.07 171 3.45 +2.7 DrMuBdInf DMB .75 5.7 ...q 14.70 11.96 30 13.09 +6.9 DryfMu DMF .54 6.0 ...q 10.15 8.42 30 8.99 +4.2 DryStrt LEO .52 5.9 ...q 9.63 8.17 75 8.73 +3.9 DrySM DSM .50 5.9 ...q 9.24 7.88 56 8.48 +5.5 Dril-Quip DRQ ... ... 12 69.40 46.90 403 52.85 -12.0tDriveShack DS .48 13.5 5 4.88 3.51 480 3.55 -5.6 DriveS pfB DSpB 2.44 9.6 ... 26.71 24.80 0 25.41 -.9 DriveS pfC DSpC 2.01 8.1 ... 27.45 19.20 2 24.70 -2.1 DriveS pfD DSpD 2.09 8.4 ... 26.30 24.00 9 24.80 -2.7 DuPont DD 1.52 2.0 23 82.37 61.12 2536 77.04 +5.0 DuPnt pfA DDpA 3.50 3.8 ... 94.86 85.00 0 92.35 +5.5 DuPnt pfB DDpB 4.50 4.3 ... 111.00 95.09 103.70 +3.6 DuPFabros DFT 2.00 3.9 30 53.31 37.54 840 51.63 +17.5 DuPFab pfC DFTpC 1.66 6.0 ... 28.72 24.57 6 27.56 +8.6 Ducomun DCO ... ... ...cc 35.58 15.63 87 31.11 +21.7 Df&PGblUt DPG 1.40 8.4 ...q 17.70 14.32 86 16.62 +7.2 DufPUC DUC .60 6.5 ...q 9.92 9.07 18 9.22 -2.3 DukeEngy DUK 3.42 4.1 18 87.75 72.34 3615 83.25 +7.3 DukeEn 73 DUKH 1.28 5.0 ... 27.18 23.12 16 25.59 +6.9 DukeRlty DRE .76 2.7 29 28.99 22.97 3246 28.30 +6.6 DunBrad DNB 2.01 1.9 15 141.57 100.46 385 105.46 -13.1 Dycom DY ... ... 20 109.97 70.33 470 106.65 +32.8 Dynagas DLNG 1.69 10.9 ... 17.93 12.40 85 15.57 -2.6 Dynags pfA DLNGpA 2.25 8.7 ... 26.93 22.31 2 25.97 +2.7 Dynegy DYN ... ... ...dd 22.01 5.84 5197 7.26 -14.2 Dynegy wt DYN/WS ... ... ... .70 .01 3 .03 -34.1 Dynegy pfA DYNpA 1.34 5.2 ... 76.75 21.44 61 25.89 -19.1 Dynegy 7 DYNC 1.75 3.1 ... 113.10 49.03 0 56.21 -9.5 DynexCap DX .72m 10.7 13 7.61 6.49 261 6.72 -1.5 Dynex pfA DXpA 2.13 8.4 ... 25.60 24.50 1 25.41 +1.4 Dynex pfB DXpB 1.91 7.8 ... 25.09 22.65 3 24.35 +1.9E -ETracBDC BDCS 1.84e 8.2 ...q 24.99 19.87 17 22.33 -1.6 ETrMLPSht MLPS ... ... ...q 13.11 10.66 11.36 -2.2 ETrAlerNG MLPG 1.86e 7.2 ...q 28.23 22.55 1 25.80 -.5 E-TrAlerInf MLPI 1.88e 6.9 ...q 31.00 25.61 299 27.36 -3.7 ETBbgCmd DJCI ... ... ...q 16.99 14.61 2 15.15 -4.6 ETrAlerian AMU 1.45e 7.4 ...q 21.82 18.20 80 19.48 -2.0 E-TrFood FUD ... ... ...q 22.53 18.91 1 19.02 -3.8 E-TrcEngy UBN ... ... ...q 7.84 6.22 6.72 -12.5 E-TrcIMet UBM ... ... ...q 15.58 11.63 0 14.33 -1.1 E-TracAg UAG ... ... ...q 23.03 18.72 19.06 -4.6 ETr2xBDC BDCL 3.52e 18.5 ...q 21.81 15.22 97 19.07 -3.2 E-TrcCmci UCI ... ... ...q 14.86 11.97 4 13.65 -3.9 ETrLPlat PTM ... ... ...q 12.94 9.21 0 10.10 +6.8 E-TrcSilv USV ... ... ...q 27.00 20.33 0 21.57 +2.7 E-TrcGld UBG ... ... ...q 35.99 28.83 31.34 +8.0 E-TrLvstk UBC ... ... ...q 20.16 14.39 0 19.25 +14.4 ECA MTrI ECT .34e 17.2 5 2.95 1.59 71 2.00 -7.0 EG 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 ... ... ... 32.54 24.03 673 25.45 -12.1 EMCOR EME .32 .5 22 73.44 45.45 183 62.46 -11.7 ENI E 2.12e 6.4 ...dd 33.48 26.15 336 33.00 +2.4 EOG Rescs EOG .67 .7 ...dd 109.37 78.04 3741 91.69 -9.3 EP Energy EPE ... ... 5 7.49 3.29 429 4.35 -33.6 EPAM Sys EPAM ... ... 44 81.87 54.53 393 81.02 +26.0 EPR Prop EPR 3.84 5.4 15 84.67 65.50 414 70.80 -1.4 EPR pfC EPRpC 1.44 5.1 ... 32.25 26.20 28.16 -1.1 EPR pfE EPRpE 2.25 6.3 ... 39.02 33.00 35.45 -1.2 EPR pfF EPRpF 1.66 6.4 ... 27.07 24.83 6 25.74 +2.4tEQT Corp EQT .12 .2 89 80.61 55.36 1496 55.47 -15.2 EQT GP n EQGP .71f 2.7 14 28.53 21.45 113 25.75 +2.1 EQT Mid EQM 3.56f 4.9 15 82.99 69.20 286 73.40 -4.3 ETF SITRis RISE ... ... ...q 24.09 22.17 22.95 -3.4 ETF JrSil SILJ ... ... ...q 19.78 11.00 48 12.66 +5.2 ETF Cyber HACK ... ... ...q 31.00 22.38 528 29.69 +12.3 ETF BigD BIGD ... ... ...q 27.91 21.42 2 27.27 +17.7 ETF MobP IPAY ... ... ...q 29.03 22.10 18 28.44 +11.1 ETF LatA LARE ... ... ... 32.50 24.13 9 28.77 +18.9sETF M Vid GAMR ... ... ... 39.05 25.83 21 39.11 +30.1 ETF Drone IFLY ... ... ... ETF MgT ef WSKY ... ... ... Pure Fintch FINQ ... ... ... 27.74 23.33 1 26.96 +15.0 ETF Clim ETHO ... ... ...q 30.34 24.65 4 29.63 +7.2 ETFAlpAlt ALFA ... ... ...q 39.36 31.75 0 38.54 +9.5 ETFDeepV DVP .53e 2.0 ...q 28.23 21.77 2 26.85 +1.9 PremisCap TCTL ... ... ... 27.48 25.08 27.35 +6.6 AmCusSat ACSI ... ... ... AptBehMo BEMO ... ... ... 27.67 23.91 10 26.88 +3.9 EtfAlphacln ALFI ... ... ...q 23.10 18.31 2 22.45 +17.9 EtfUSGblJ JETS ... ... ...q 30.26 19.60 21 29.29 +5.1 ETF Master HIPS 1.29 7.2 ...q 19.89 15.69 0 17.95 +.2 EtfDiaHVal DHVW .11p ... ...q EtfInfcMLP AMZA 2.08 20.2 ...q 11.93 9.93 517 10.31 -9.0 InfrCpPfd PFFR ... ... ... EtfNwfMSec NFLT .08e ... ...q 26.78 25.00 18 25.55 +1.2 EtfReavUt UTES ... ... ...q 33.23 28.77 1 32.15 +9.0 ETF PrMtl GLTR ... ... ...q 70.35 56.52 41 61.61 +7.0 ETFS Comd BCD ... ... ... 25.25 23.66 24.52 -1.0 ETFSGold SGOL ... ... ...q 133.68 109.18 14 121.20 +8.4 ETF Pall PALL ... ... ...q 79.62 50.46 35 72.97 +11.9 ETF Plat PPLT ... ... ...q 113.77 85.31 48 89.23 +3.3 EagleCGr GRF .50e 2.3 ...q 8.23 6.49 3 7.68 +4.5 EagleGrInc EGIF 1.31 7.7 ...q 18.00 15.38 10 16.88 +4.1 EagleMat EXP .40 .4 24 110.64 71.24 1362 100.88 +2.4 EaglePtCr ECC .80m 4.1 ... 22.11 15.72 20 19.69 +17.8 EagleP pfA ECCA 1.94 7.5 ... 26.67 25.35 1 25.89 +.6 EaglePt 20 ECCZ 1.75 6.8 ... 26.53 25.00 0 25.74 +.1 EaglPt pfB ECCB 1.94 7.5 ... 27.75 24.96 3 25.74 +1.1 Earthstone ESTE ... ... ...dd 15.93 7.67 13.58 -1.2 EastGvP n DEA 1.00f 5.0 16 21.38 17.94 179 19.88 -.7 EstANG wd NGT/WD ... ... ... Eastgrp EGP 2.40 3.0 21 79.99 62.28 153 79.65 +7.9 EastChem EMN 2.04 2.6 12 82.39 62.70 850 77.25 +2.7 EastCh wt EMN/WS ... ... ... .55 tEKodak wt KODK/WS ... ... ... 5.12 .60 1 .57 -85.4 EKodk wtA KODK/WS/A ... ... ... 4.35 .43 .43 -84.8tEKodak KODK ... ... 33 17.30 9.33 210 9.20 -40.6 Eaton ETN 2.40f 3.2 18 79.31 54.30 2869 76.07 +13.4 EatV HiIn21 EHT .60 5.9 ... 10.20 9.71 48 10.10 +1.8 EV CAMu EVM .68 5.9 ...q 14.23 10.83 158 11.58 +1.8 EVCAMu2 EIA .62 5.3 ...q 14.27 11.30 8 11.75 +1.2 EVCAMu CEV .71 5.6 ...q 14.50 11.80 56 12.57 +2.2 EatnVan EV 1.12 2.5 21 47.83 32.97 493 44.11 +5.3 EV EnEq EOI 1.04 7.8 ...q 13.52 11.60 117 13.28 +7.1 EV EEq2 EOS 1.05 7.4 ...q 14.41 12.49 164 14.28 +11.6 EV FltRt EFT .91 6.0 ...q 15.45 13.15 58 15.18 +1.9 EVFltRtIP EFF 1.13 6.5 ...q 17.45 14.64 18 17.44 +1.8 EV LtdDur EVV 1.22 8.8 ...q 14.25 12.82 308 13.90 +1.3 EV MAMu MAB .65 4.7 ...q 15.98 13.11 2 13.85 +3.1 EVMAMu MMV .69 5.1 ...q 15.82 13.05 5 13.52 +3.0 EV MIMu MIW .71 5.0 ...q 16.49 12.34 12 14.05 +5.0 EVMIMu EMI .71 5.4 ...q 14.68 12.41 12 13.15 +2.4 EVMuniBd EIM .77 6.1 ...q 14.48 12.00 345 12.62 +1.7 EVMuni2 EIV .70 5.6 ...q 14.21 11.78 67 12.36 +.5 EVMunTT ETX .85 4.2 ...q 21.68 18.64 10 20.46 +4.3 EV MuIT EVN .85 6.6 ...q 15.00 12.00 34 12.84 +2.3 EV NMuOp EOT 1.03 4.7 ...q 23.47 20.45 8 22.03 +5.9 EV NJMu EMJ .75 5.8 ...q 16.05 12.20 3 13.00 +1.5 EVNJMu EVJ .73 6.0 ...q 14.85 11.51 5 12.16 +1.2 EVNYMu2 NYH .69 5.8 ...q 14.50 10.43 2 11.88 +2.1 EV NYMu ENX .72 5.8 ...q 14.65 12.00 39 12.48 +1.5 EVNYMu EVY .74 5.6 ...q 15.64 12.49 7 13.14 +.8 EV OHMu EIO .70 5.3 ...q 16.99 12.38 5 13.13 -1.9 EVOHMu EVO .73 5.3 ...q 16.30 13.19 8 13.77 +1.4 EV PAMu EIP .77 5.9 ...q 15.50 11.65 4 13.05 +3.5 EVPAMu EVP .73 5.9 ...q 13.74 11.80 1 12.24 +1.0 EVRiskMgd ETJ 1.12 12.1 ...q 9.94 8.60 153 9.23 +3.0 EV SrFlt EFR .95 6.4 ...q 15.58 12.92 73 14.84 +.7 EV SrInc EVF .42 6.2 ...q 6.98 5.82 159 6.74 +.9 EVShDur EVG 1.08 7.7 ...q 14.27 12.96 20 14.04 +1.3 EVTxABdO EXD 1.16 10.2 ...q 12.45 10.94 13 11.32 -.1 EV TxAd EVT 1.74 8.1 ...q 22.26 18.62 117 21.40 +4.2 EV TxAG ETG 1.23 7.4 ...q 17.00 13.50 204 16.59 +17.9 EV TxAOp ETO 2.16 9.1 ...q 24.18 19.86 36 23.63 +13.6 EV TxDiver ETY 1.01 9.0 ...q 11.45 9.88 412 11.24 +8.6 EVTxMGlo EXG .98 10.9 ...q 9.06 7.88 1087 8.98 +12.0 EVTxBWIn ETB 1.30 7.9 ...q 17.80 15.48 50 16.48 -.2 EVTxGBW ETW 1.17 10.3 ...q 11.46 10.00 316 11.34 +12.6 EVTxBWOp ETV 1.33 8.6 ...q 15.69 14.08 157 15.46 +4.2 EclipseRs ECR ... ... ...dd 4.42 1.60 622 2.43 -9.0 Ecolab ECL 1.48 1.2 29 129.85 110.65 1043 126.74 +8.1 Ecopetrol EC 1.03e 10.7 ... 10.36 7.65 1621 9.62 +6.3 Edenor EDN ... ... ... 37.12 13.25 69 31.43 +12.9 Edgewell EPC ... ... 20 88.00 69.63 709 70.62 -3.2 EdisonInt EIX 2.17 2.8 18 81.34 67.44 1437 77.96 +8.3 EducRltTr EDR 1.52 4.0 22 48.87 36.98 248 38.04 -10.1 EdwLfSci s EW ... ... 39 121.75 81.12 1574 111.95 +19.5 eHiCarSvc EHIC ... ... ... 12.43 8.11 64 9.95 +9.8 ElPasoEl EE 1.24 2.4 21 52.50 42.49 169 51.80 +11.4 ElPasE pf EPpC 2.38 4.8 ... 53.75 46.72 1 50.10 +2.2 EldorGld g EGO .02e ... ...dd 5.13 2.54 19681 3.37 +4.7 Electrmed ELMD ... ... 26 6.26 3.38 2 4.50 +16.0 ElevCr n ELVT ... ... ... 8.86 7.32 160 7.54 +1.9 EliLilly LLY 2.08 2.7 25 86.72 64.18 2799 78.30 +6.5 Elk HiQPfd EPRF ... ... ... 27.79 22.79 3 24.31 +4.8 Elkh SPMd XD ... ... ... ElkSPMCons XS ... ... ... Elkh LoVl n LVHB ... ... ... 30.20 24.54 5 29.88 +5.0 Elk SPMdPt XE ... ... ... ElkFdCm ef RCOM ... ... ... 27.00 24.53 25.10 -.8 ElkSPMUt XU ... ... ... ElkSPMCMt XM ... ... ... ElkSPMCInf XK ... ... ... ElkSPMInd XI ... ... ... ElkSPMdHl XH ... ... ... ElkSPMFin XF ... ... ... EllieMae ELLI ... ... 74 112.77 77.60 260 107.21 +28.1 EllingtnF EFC 1.80 10.7 14 18.20 15.30 54 16.87 +8.7 EllingtRM EARN 1.60 11.2 9 15.69 12.21 162 14.29 +9.8 Ellomay ELLO ... ... ... 9.59 7.01 0 8.31 +2.7 EllswthFd ECF .80e 9.0 ...q 9.08 7.55 31 8.86 +7.1 eMagin EMAN ... ... ...dd 3.30 1.80 45 2.50 +16.3 EAndinA AKO/A .55e 2.5 ... 24.12 17.60 1 22.20 +8.1 EAndinB AKO/B .60e 2.5 ... 26.64 18.43 28 24.00 +6.8 Embraer ERJ .13e .7 ... 24.95 17.06 3387 18.45 -4.2sEmerExp n EEX ... ... ... 21.60 19.25 68 21.58 +10.1 EmergeES EMES 2.68m ... ...dd 24.45 3.77 853 12.56 +2.0 EmergBio EBS ... ... 23 44.38 24.47 301 30.44 -7.3 EmrgBio wi EBS.WI ... ... ... EmergCap EMG ... ... ...dd 4.42 .20 .30 -75.2 EmersonEl EMR 1.92 3.3 24 64.36 48.45 3007 58.45 +4.8 EmerR hs MSN ... ... ...dd 1.40 .55 40 1.21 +15.2 EmpOPES ESBA .34 1.7 ... 22.19 18.23 6 20.52 +2.7 EmpOP60 OGCP .34 1.7 ... 21.99 14.77 0 20.45 +4.0 EmpOP250 FISK .34 1.7 ... 22.17 15.47 20.46 +2.4 EmpStRTr ESRT .34 1.6 33 22.31 18.31 510 20.61 +2.1 EmployH EIG .60f 1.5 14 41.95 27.01 129 39.80 +.5 EElChile EOCC .65e 2.8 ... 27.82 18.35 82 22.89 +17.7 EnLinkLP ENLK 1.56 9.0 ...dd 19.89 14.46 509 17.25 -6.4 EnableMid ENBL 1.27 7.9 24 17.36 11.95 229 16.05 +2.0tEnbrdgEM EEQ 2.33t ... ...dd 26.53 16.46 241 16.63 -35.8tEnbrdgEPt EEP 1.40m 8.2 28 26.37 16.95 959 17.05 -33.1tEnbridge ENB 2.44f ... ... 45.77 38.58 3407 38.79 -7.9 EnCana g ECA .06 .6 40 13.85 7.08 10582 10.80 -8.0 EndvSilv g EXK ... ... ...dd 5.95 2.76 2175 3.17 -9.9 EndSp pfC ENHpC 1.59 5.9 ... 28.60 25.05 8 26.78 +4.8 EnduroRT NDRO .31e 9.4 8 4.55 3.15 28 3.25 -5.8 EnerCre wt ENCR/WS ... ... ... EnerCore n ENCR ... ... ... Energen EGN .08 .1 ...dd 64.44 42.88 1856 56.55 -1.9 Energizer n ENR 1.10 2.1 18 60.07 41.97 657 52.10 +16.8 Engy&Exp ENXP ... ... ... EnFuel grs UUUU ... ... ... 2.87 1.29 132 1.63 -.6 EgyTrEq s ETE 1.14 6.3 21 20.05 10.56 5993 17.97 -6.9 EngyTrfPt ETP 2.08f 9.1 26 31.49 21.52 4645 22.92 -4.6 EnerJexR ENRJ ... ... ...dd 1.15 .23 115 .29 Enerpls g ERF .12e 1.5 3 10.33 4.86 1052 8.02 -15.4 EnersisAm ENIA .35e 3.8 ... 10.77 7.50 1642 9.26 +12.8 EnersAm wi ENIA/WI ... ... ... 8.55 7.80 8.16 EnerChile ENIC .16p ... ... 6.08 4.25 129 5.40 +18.7 EnerSys ENS .70 .9 17 84.74 55.73 180 79.74 +2.1 Engility EGL ... ... 14 39.16 19.46 134 26.27 -22.0 EnLinkLLC ENLC 1.02 5.7 ... 20.45 14.39 362 17.75 -6.8 Ennis Inc EBF .70a 4.2 15 20.40 14.40 81 16.65 -4.0 EnovaIntl ENVA ... ... 12 15.50 6.47 259 13.50 +7.6 EnPro NPO .88 1.3 42 74.89 42.56 122 67.26 -.1 ENSCO ESV .04 .5 2 12.04 6.50 9241 7.44 -23.5 Enservco ENSV ... ... ...dd .89 .21 162 .38 -32.1 EnSync ESNC ... ... ...dd 1.42 .30 107 .60 -16.7 Entercom ETM .07 .8 10 16.55 9.60 442 9.65 -36.9 EntArk66 n EAI 1.22 5.1 ... 25.04 20.49 16 23.72 +12.0 EntArk 63 EAE 1.19 4.8 ... 26.30 19.35 6 24.58 +17.0 EntArk 52 EAB 1.23 4.9 ... 26.30 20.96 1 24.77 +13.8 Entergy ETR 3.48 4.6 9 82.09 66.71 945 75.77 +3.1 EntLA 66 ELC 1.22 5.2 ... 23.69 20.48 27 23.58 +11.6 EntgyLA52 ELJ 1.31 5.3 ... 26.74 22.92 28 24.75 +5.4 EntLA 63 ELU 1.18 4.8 ... 26.15 20.25 3 24.43 +18.6 EntMS FtM EMP ... ... ... 25.00 20.57 25 23.76 +12.4 EntgyNO n ENO ... ... ... 28.00 22.31 5 25.53 +9.3 EntgyNO 52 ENJ 1.25 5.0 ... 28.74 22.11 2 24.92 +11.6 EntgyTx64 EZT 1.41 5.3 ... 28.20 24.12 2 26.69 +6.1 EntProdPt EPD 1.66f 6.3 21 30.25 24.01 6067 26.51 -2.0 Entravisn EVC .13 2.2 21 8.00 4.90 313 5.60 -20.0 EntrResc EGI ... ... ... .72 .21 78 .41 +28.6 Envestnet ENV ... ... 33 41.47 30.80 198 34.85 -1.1 EnviroStr EVI .20e ... ...cc 25.00 3.56 7 20.70 +42.8 EnvisnHl n EVHC ... ... ... 74.19 53.12 748 55.86 -11.7 EnvisnHl pf EVHCp ... ... ... 135.30 102.08 1 104.40 -12.5 Enviva n EVA 2.14f 7.6 56 30.60 19.31 66 28.10 +4.9 EnzoBio ENZ ... ... ...dd 9.68 4.88 228 8.77 +26.4 Equifax EFX 1.56 1.2 27 139.89 110.87 535 135.27 +14.4 EquityCmw EQC ... ... 32 32.51 27.51 768 30.86 +2.1 EqCm pfD EQCpD 1.63 6.4 ... 27.48 24.98 3 25.49 -.4 EqCm pfE EQCpE 1.81 ... ... EqCmw 42 EQCO 1.44 5.7 ... 26.21 22.82 27 25.10 +5.1sEqtyLfPrp ELS 1.95 2.3 28 83.26 65.87 364 83.74 +16.1 EqLfPr pfC ELSpC 1.69 6.6 ... 27.00 23.50 25.52 +1.5 EqtyRsd EQR 2.16 3.3 20 71.53 58.28 2030 65.41 +1.6 EquusTR EQS ... ... 36q 3.00 1.56 28 2.85 +41.8 EraGroup ERA ... ... ...dd 17.73 6.92 173 10.11 -40.4 ErinEn rs ERN ... ... ...dd 4.10 1.73 26 1.80 -41.0 Eros Intl EROS ... ... ...dd 19.87 8.65 518 10.70 -18.0 EscoTech ESE .32 .6 33 60.95 38.36 102 55.90 -1.3tEspey ESP 1.00 4.3 32 27.65 22.31 2 23.02 -11.7 Essent ESNT ... ... 14 39.50 19.89 549 36.20 +11.8 EssexPT ESS 7.00f 2.7 34 258.02 200.01 317 255.88 +10.1 EsteeLdr EL 1.36 1.5 28 95.38 75.30 1895 91.38 +19.5 Esterline ESL ... ... 17 96.50 56.72 171 92.50 +3.7 EtfSilver SIVR ... ... ...q 20.30 15.31 89 16.23 +4.1tEthanAl ETH .76 2.8 16 38.80 27.45 418 27.40 -25.6 Etrac2xMtg MORL 3.31e 19.6 ...q 19.00 13.55 122 16.87 +8.2 Et2xDJDiv DVYL 3.55e 5.8 ...q 66.42 49.45 11 61.50 +2.1 Etr2xHomb HOML ... ... ...q 45.14 18.22 33.24 +37.5 EtrCrdOil n OILX ... ... ... 35.48 26.36 29.18 -13.2 EtHiDLwV HDLV 2.57e 8.5 ... 35.25 27.34 8 30.09 -4.6 Etr2xSPX SPLX ... ... ...q 43.19 29.39 43.19 +15.1 Etr2xCEFd CEFL 2.88 16.2 ...q 18.83 14.82 193 17.79 +6.2 EtrcDvsHi DVHL 2.85e 12.9 ...q 23.95 17.27 12 22.01 +1.6 EtrWFxEn LMLP 1.90e 14.2 ... 14.80 8.68 31 13.42 +17.1 EtracReit LRET 2.00e 8.0 ...q 33.34 22.64 25.11 -5.3 UBS VlHdg XIVH ... ... ... 55.50 25.50 89 48.25 +36.8 VelShSP46 BSWN ... ... ... UBS VlVIX LSVX ... ... ... 31.21 25.91 4 29.03 +8.5 Etr EnhGl FIHD ... ... ... 148.03 107.16 12 144.76 +15.8 Etr SP MLP MLPZ .06p ... ... 63.32 48.50 1 52.15 -8.2 Etr MLP In MLPQ .08p ... ... 62.03 44.24 24 49.36 -8.4 EtrAlerTRt AMUB .36p ... ...q 21.38 19.42 20.06 +.8 EtrAlerInf MLPB .99e ... ...q 30.20 26.96 26.96 -1.6 EtrBCmdty UCIB ... ... ...q 16.00 12.75 13.43 -5.3 EtrWFBsD BDCZ .91e ... ...q 24.38 19.91 22.33 -.9 Etr2xLevLg LBDC 2.89e 15.2 ...q 28.71 15.36 1 19.04 -3.0 EtrMtgReit MRRL 1.70e ... ...q 19.50 11.00 3 16.91 +8.1 EtrSCHiDv SMHD 3.06e 15.1 ...q 24.48 14.70 8 20.25 -11.0 EurasnM g EMX ... ... ... 1.40 .62 20 .86 -3.8 Euronav n EURN 2.41e ... ... 10.90 6.65 385 7.80 -1.9 EuroEqFd EEA .17e 1.9 ...q 9.21 7.20 43 9.03 +17.0sEvansBc EVBN .80f 2.0 24 40.95 23.50 22 40.45 +28.2 EverBank EVER .24 1.2 16 19.52 13.71 414 19.45 EverBk pfA EVERpA 1.69 6.6 ... 26.55 25.06 19 25.55 +1.3 Evercore EVR 1.24f 1.8 21 83.30 40.36 752 69.80 +1.6 EverestRe RE 5.00 2.1 10 258.30 169.19 238 243.85 +12.7 EveriHldgs EVRI ... ... ...dd 7.26 1.13 745 6.68 +207.8sEversrceE ES 1.90f 3.2 20 60.50 50.56 1402 60.24 +9.1 Evertec EVTC .40 2.4 ... 18.60 13.98 249 16.55 -6.8 EvolentH n EVH ... ... ...dd 26.84 13.37 1057 23.25 +57.1 EvolPetrol EPM .28 3.5 10 10.20 5.00 97 8.10 -19.0 ETYldShHi YYY 1.92 9.9 ...q 19.80 17.72 63 19.41 +4.5 ExTTactUS HTUS ... ... ...q 27.21 25.75 12 26.87 +4.4tETF IndExp TETF ... ... ... 15.56 15.11 1 15.10 -1.3 RxVlmxInF VMIN ... ... ... 51.74 17.09 80 22.67 +.7 RxVlmxWk VMAX ... ... ... 29.75 3.68 46 4.45 -47.5 ExTrGldE GHE ... ... ... 31.20 23.18 2 29.22 +25.7 ExTGldSP GHS ... ... ... 29.89 24.06 2 29.20 +14.4 ETEMeCmc EMQQ .02p ... ...q 32.75 21.00 113 31.95 +39.9 ExcoRes XCO .07p ... ...dd 1.43 .33 1223 .37 -57.7 Exelon EXC 1.31 3.7 14 37.70 29.82 7621 35.08 -1.2sExelon 17 EXCU 3.25 6.4 ... 50.97 43.00 199 51.01 +5.4 ExeterR gs XRA ... ... ... 1.89 .66 128 1.64 +117.2tExpress EXPR ... ... 9 16.62 7.65 2575 7.61 -29.3 ExtendStay STAY .84f 4.8 84 18.65 13.00 1607 17.62 +9.1 Exterran n EXTN ... ... ... 34.05 10.83 153 29.25 +22.4 ExtraSpce EXR 3.12 4.1 23 94.81 68.09 1502 75.90 -1.7 ExxonMbl XOM 3.08f 3.8 36 95.55 80.30 9429 81.75 -9.4F -FB Finl n FBK ... ... ... 38.59 19.81 17 37.86 +45.9 FBL Fn FFG 1.76f 2.9 15 82.60 56.41 26 61.45 -21.4 FCB Fin FCB ... ... 20 50.33 31.98 262 46.45 -2.6 FMC Corp FMC .66 .9 27 76.02 41.80 1786 72.34 +27.9 FNBCp PA FNB .48 3.6 16 16.43 11.69 2740 13.46 -16.0 FNB FL pfE FNBpE ... ... ... 33.50 27.01 6 29.03 +2.7 FPL pfC NEEpC 1.47 5.5 ... 27.05 24.92 9 26.54 +5.5 FTFQAntiB BTAL ... ... ...q 24.47 18.06 1 20.35 +3.3 FTFQMom MOM ... ... ...q 27.15 20.25 1 22.59 -.8 FTFQuSize SIZ ... ... ...q 22.29 20.50 0 20.70 -5.8 FTFQValu CHEP ... ... ...q 27.48 22.19 25.49 -7.1 FTFQHgDiv DIVA 1.08e 2.7 ...q 26.61 24.62 1 25.09 -2.7 FqfOAsQDv OAPH .65e 2.3 ...q 28.63 24.14 27.78 +6.8 FqfOAsiaDv OASI .43e ... ...q 28.18 23.50 1 27.75 +9.3 FqfOEuQDv OEUH .45e ... ...q 29.30 24.11 11 27.22 +10.7 FqfOEurDiv OEUR .15e ... ...q 25.17 20.40 12 24.80 +14.7 FQFO USDv OUSA .20e ... ... 29.15 26.06 75 28.80 +4.8 FS Invest FSIC .89 9.8 24 10.80 8.03 2529 9.05 -12.1 FTI Cnslt FCN ... ... 15 47.12 33.74 225 34.12 -24.3 Fabrinet FN ... ... 11 49.63 31.97 425 34.38 -14.7 FactsetR FDS 2.24f 1.4 23 183.64 149.39 182 159.79 -2.2 FairIsaac FICO .08 .1 37 139.00 105.70 124 131.54 +10.3 FairmSant FMSA ... ... ...dd 13.12 4.28 6551 5.72 -51.5 FangHldg SFUN .20e 6.0 ...dd 5.70 2.46 1502 3.32 +1.2tFarmland FPI .51 5.3 19 11.98 9.60 331 9.66 -13.4 FedExCp FDX 1.60 .8 17 201.57 145.00 1574 188.73 +1.4 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 3 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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FedAgric AGM 1.44f 2.4 ... 65.06 32.31 46 60.90 +6.3 FdAgricA AGM/A 1.44f 2.4 18 70.00 34.60 60.67 -1.3 FAgMt pfA AGMpA 1.47 5.6 ... 28.06 24.63 0 26.25 +5.1 FAgMt pfB AGMpB 1.72 6.4 ... 29.50 24.71 0 27.04 +3.8 FAgMt pfC AGMpC 1.50 5.3 ... 30.60 24.63 28.26 +12.7 FedRlty FRT 3.92f 3.2 22 171.08 121.73 698 124.29 -12.5 FedSignl FSS .28 1.7 23 17.19 11.68 231 16.08 +3.0 FedInvst FII 1.00 3.9 13 33.13 24.52 682 25.49 -9.9 FedPInt FPT .67 5.0 ...q 14.99 12.55 16 13.31 +5.1 FedPMu FMN .88 6.2 ...q 16.77 13.53 10 14.31 +2.4 FelCor FCH .24 3.4 8 9.13 5.68 1412 7.08 -11.6 FelCor pfA FCHpA 1.95 7.6 ... 25.69 22.82 62 25.60 +2.8 Ferrari n RACE ... ... ... 85.51 38.71 429 84.22 +44.9 Ferrellgs FGP .40 7.0 ...dd 20.85 5.04 474 5.74 -15.2 Ferro FOE ... ... 15 18.30 11.76 767 16.89 +17.9 FiatChrys FCAU ... ... ... 11.65 5.45 9837 10.47 +14.8 FibriaCelu FBR .09e 1.0 ... 10.24 5.79 5873 9.47 -1.5 Fid&GtyLf FGL .26 .9 10 29.10 21.10 276 28.15 +18.8 FidCorpBd FCOR 1.77e 3.5 ...q 53.57 48.72 4 50.52 +2.3 FidLtdTm FLTB .83e 1.6 ...q 52.59 49.66 4 50.45 +1.0 FidTotBd FBND 1.54e 3.1 ...q 51.26 49.00 47 50.35 +1.1 FidCnsDis FDIS .40e 1.1 ...q 35.95 28.92 41 34.88 +8.4 FidCnsStpl FSTA .87e 2.6 ... 33.63 30.10 44 33.05 +5.9 FidEnergy FENY .53e 2.8 ...q 22.12 18.20 121 18.73 -11.6 FidFinan FNCL .60e 1.8 ...q 37.41 25.75 248 34.20 -1.1 FidHlthCre FHLC .70e 1.9 ...q 36.79 31.24 89 36.04 +9.6 FidIndls FIDU .56e 1.7 ...q 34.55 27.35 61 33.42 +3.7 Fid Val n FVAL ... ... ... 29.34 24.89 10 28.32 +3.7 Fid Qual n FQAL ... ... ... 28.49 24.59 17 27.89 +6.2 FidInfoTch FTEC .42e 1.0 ...q 43.75 30.76 247 42.72 +15.7 Fid Moment FDMO ... ... ... 27.90 24.26 13 27.24 +6.7 Fid LowVol FDLO ... ... ... 27.62 24.30 12 27.20 +5.2 Fid RisR n FDRR ... ... ... 28.60 24.56 53 27.57 +4.1 Fid CoreD n FDVV ... ... ... 27.33 24.24 30 26.27 +.4 FidMsciRE FREL .86e 3.6 ...q 25.98 21.85 55 23.74 +1.2 FidUtils FUTY 1.21e 3.6 ...q 34.34 29.50 47 33.63 +6.4 FidTelecm FCOM .76e 2.4 ...q 33.82 27.80 30 32.12 +.1 FidelMatls FMAT .53e 1.8 ...q 31.29 24.95 67 30.14 +4.5 FidlNatFn FNF 1.16f 2.8 16 42.00 31.64 1148 41.40 +21.9 FNFV Grp FNFV ... ... ... 14.50 10.55 408 13.35 -2.6 FidNatInfo FIS 1.16f 1.4 21 84.97 68.03 1457 82.81 +9.5 FidClayOp FMO 1.72f 12.0 ...q 17.63 12.59 126 14.37 -3.5 FieldPnt FPP ... ... ...dd 1.00 .26 56 .33 -54.0 Fieldpt wt FPP/WS ... ... ... .08 .01 41 .02 -45.0 FifthStF 24 FSCE 1.47 5.9 ... 26.01 24.45 5 25.04 +.6 58.com WUBA ... ... ...dd 55.28 27.58 3353 40.63 +45.1 FstAccept FAC ... ... ...dd 2.40 .75 81 1.16 +11.5 FstAFin n FAF 1.36 3.2 14 43.77 35.28 811 42.88 +17.1 FtBcp pfA FBPpA ... ... ... 12.30 FtBcp pfB FBPpB ... ... ... 12.00 FtBcp pfC FBPpC ... ... ... 12.07 FtBcp pfD FBPpD ... ... ... 12.69 FtBcp pfE FBPpE ... ... ... 12.03 FstBcpPR FBP ... ... 12 7.05 3.59 1387 5.36 -18.9 FstCash FCFS .76 1.4 24 54.95 39.80 289 54.05 +15.0 FstCwlth FCF .32 2.6 19 14.61 8.46 471 12.47 -12.1 FstData n FDC ... ... ... 17.02 9.90 2298 16.16 +13.9 FstHorizon FHN .36 2.1 18 20.84 12.46 2167 17.20 -14.0 FstHrz pfA FHNpA 1.55 6.1 ... 27.70 23.38 9 25.41 +1.9 FstInRT FR .84 3.0 ... 29.75 24.27 688 28.27 +.8 FMajSilv g AG ... ... 80 19.15 6.62 4593 8.77 +14.9 FstPotom FPO .40 3.8 59 11.31 8.01 99 10.60 -3.4 FstRepBk FRC .68f .8 ... 97.43 63.97 796 90.25 -2.1 FstRep pfB FRCpB 1.55 6.0 ... 26.73 24.74 25.63 +.3 FstRep pfC FRCpC 1.41 5.5 ... 30.10 22.36 13 25.57 +10.0 FstRep pfD FRCpD 1.38 5.4 ... 27.20 21.92 11 25.24 +9.8 FstRep pfE FRCpE 1.75 6.4 ... 28.45 26.32 4 27.19 -.1 FstRep pfF FRCpF 1.43 5.4 ... 28.00 22.67 2 26.61 +12.3 FtRpBk pfG FRCpG ... ... ... 27.93 21.85 7 25.73 +13.1 FtTr 22 n FIV ... ... ... 10.29 9.86 57 9.96 -1.6sFtTrGlob FAM .90 7.5 ...q 11.95 10.29 83 11.94 +7.8 FT MCGr FNY .15e .4 ...q 34.30 28.28 27 33.42 +6.5 FT MCVal FNK .40e 1.2 ...q 34.48 26.37 6 32.23 -2.1 FT Austrla FAUS .80e 2.7 ...q 32.63 27.24 0 29.89 +6.1 FT SCGr FYC .07e .2 ...q 37.66 29.44 7 36.40 +5.2 FT SCVal FYT .26e .8 ...q 36.08 26.81 18 32.79 -5.9 FT MegaCp FMK .44e 1.5 ...q 30.16 25.17 11 28.93 +3.4 FTEurSelDv FDD 1.09e 8.3 ...q 13.34 10.73 364 13.21 +11.3 FTDJMic FDM .49e 1.2 ...q 44.93 31.86 9 42.00 -4.8sFT DynEq FDEU 1.45 7.7 ...q 19.00 14.31 113 18.82 +22.2tFtTEqCom ERM ... ... ... 20.30 19.76 8 19.79 -.1tFtT EqTact TERM ... ... ... 20.32 19.74 22 19.77 -.2 FT PfdSec FPE 1.02e 5.1 ...q 20.31 18.76 1310 19.86 +4.6 FT HeitGl PRME ... ... ... 21.72 18.26 19.68 +1.7 FT LgShEq FTLS .16e .5 ...q 35.68 30.62 12 35.32 +2.4 FTEgyInco FEN 2.32 8.9 ...q 28.48 23.15 49 26.08 -1.7 FTEnInfra FIF 1.32a 7.3 ...q 20.21 16.18 31 18.14 +1.1 FtTrEnEq FFA .96 6.6 ...q 14.82 12.46 28 14.58 +7.9 FTArcaBio FBT .18e .2 ...q 109.00 83.10 41 107.47 +18.3 FTDJInet FDN ... ... ...q 95.15 68.18 287 92.50 +15.9 FT SPTailH VIXH .36e 1.4 ...q 25.64 21.87 1 25.21 +6.2 FT RNG FCG .22e 1.0 ...q 28.65 21.75 152 22.45 -14.2 FT ConDis FXD .30e .8 ...q 37.74 31.82 100 35.90 +1.1 FT ConStap FXG .75e 1.6 ...q 49.33 43.48 97 45.78 +.1 FT Engy FXN .33e 2.3 ...q 17.95 13.57 850 14.10 -14.6 FT Fincl FXO .65e 2.4 ...q 29.01 21.59 168 27.09 +.2 FT HlthCr FXH ... ... ...q 64.06 54.51 53 63.23 +10.3 FT IndPrd FXR .16e .5 ...q 35.54 25.86 117 34.00 +3.4 FT Matls FXZ .37e 1.0 ...q 38.79 30.55 46 37.23 +3.9 FT Tech FXL .13e .3 ...q 44.55 30.98 66 43.34 +14.4 FT Utils FXU .67e 2.5 ...q 28.00 24.83 183 27.10 +1.4 FTDJGlDiv FGD 1.42e 5.7 ...q 25.21 20.68 61 24.80 +6.4 FT GlbRE FFR .75e 1.7 ... 48.19 41.29 7 43.80 +3.5 FT NAEngy EMLP .93e 3.8 ...q 25.86 22.87 194 24.72 -2.1 FT HiLgSh FSD 1.20 7.0 ...q 17.30 14.38 68 17.11 +6.4 FT USIPO FPX .32e .5 ...q 59.21 47.45 36 58.40 +7.9 FTChnd FNI .19e .5 ...q 35.40 25.60 96 34.57 +26.5 FT EngCn FLM .58e 1.1 ...q 54.23 42.35 0 53.12 +8.0 FT WindEn FAN .46e 3.5 ...q 13.76 11.35 18 13.27 +13.4 FT Wtr FIW .21e .5 ...q 43.17 33.25 25 41.39 +4.6 FT RNG rs FCG/WI ... ... ...q sFT IntPfd FPF 1.95 8.1 ...q 24.14 20.67 140 24.15 +6.4 FT LCCore FEX .58e 1.1 ...q 52.64 42.50 97 51.43 +5.5 FT LCGr FTC .24e .5 ...q 54.09 47.21 67 53.09 +8.3 FT LCVal FTA .82e 1.7 ...q 50.51 37.42 47 48.52 +3.5 FT MLP&E FEI 1.42 8.9 ...q 17.60 14.51 185 16.04 +.1 FT MCCore FNX .51e .9 ...q 59.80 47.51 47 57.20 +1.4 FTMstrDv FDL .79e 2.8 ...q 29.47 25.43 420 27.94 +.7 FTFutStrt FMF ... ... ... 57.17 44.12 0 45.58 -3.5 FstTrMtg FMY 1.02 7.2 ...q 14.70 13.67 11 14.07 +.4 FT MultCG FAD .20e .4 ...q 57.55 48.48 4 56.32 +7.6 FT MultCV FAB .45e .9 ...q 53.14 40.06 2 50.43 -.1 FT MLPEn FPL 1.26 9.6 ...q 14.50 10.91 82 13.12 +2.9 FT REIT FRI .39e 1.7 ...q 25.87 21.47 51 22.74 -1.4 FT SCCore FYX .38e .7 ...q 56.12 43.34 56 53.18 -1.2 FTSpecFin FGB .70 9.5 ...q 8.43 5.85 42 7.33 +3.8sFTStrHi2 FHY 1.32 9.8 ...q 13.55 11.39 45 13.52 +10.9 FTrVL100 FVL .05e .2 ...q 22.59 18.88 2 20.76 -4.0 FTrVLDv FVD .57e 2.0 ...q 29.51 25.59 647 28.71 +2.4 FT EmOp FEO 1.40 8.7 ...q 16.53 13.23 32 16.08 +15.8 FTrSenFlt FCT .90 6.6 ...q 14.01 12.78 56 13.58 -1.3tFirstEngy FE 1.44 5.1 11 36.60 28.21 4848 28.16 -9.1 Fitbit n FIT ... ... ...dd 17.18 5.31 8733 5.41 -26.1 500.com WBAI ... ... ...dd 19.98 8.12 153 8.89 -42.0 FiveOaks OAKS .60m 11.5 ...dd 5.54 3.82 50 5.22 +5.0 FiveOk pfA OAKSpA 2.19 8.8 ... 25.25 18.63 3 24.92 +8.3 FvPntHld n FPH ... ... ... 16.74 14.78 160 15.93 +4.7 FlagstarB FBC ... ... 12 30.70 21.78 135 28.76 +6.8 F&C DynPf DFP 1.92 7.5 ...q 25.58 21.83 67 25.53 +7.4 FlrtyPfdInc PFD 1.08 7.1 ...q 16.34 12.64 15 15.24 +5.2 FlrtyPfdOp PFO .88 7.0 ...q 12.81 10.30 19 12.46 +12.1 FlrtyPfdSc FFC 1.63 7.6 ...q 22.25 18.18 62 21.37 +13.4 FlrtyTotR FLC 1.63 7.5 ...q 22.89 18.41 48 21.87 +10.1 Flanign BDL .20f .8 14 26.65 18.34 0 25.00 +2.7 Fleetcor FLT ... ... 18 176.42 121.52 1122 133.41 -5.7 FlexUSTilt TILT 1.17e 1.2 ...q 102.51 81.23 16 99.20 +3.2 FlxEmgTilt TLTE .84e 1.6 ...q 53.61 41.49 21 51.98 +13.1 FlxUpstNR GUNR 1.00e 3.4 ...q 30.66 24.54 566 28.99 +1.2 Flx3yrTips TDTT .02e .1 ...q 25.18 23.43 579 24.67 -.1 Flx5yrTips TDTF .06e .2 ...q 26.19 24.62 80 25.14 +.5 FlexEMTilt TLEH ... ... ...q 28.14 23.10 82 27.73 +9.9 FlxDMTilt TLDH ... ... ...q 28.41 21.13 0 27.01 +6.4 FlxGlbQRE GQRE 1.33e 2.3 ...q 63.88 54.54 4 59.02 +4.7 FlxGblInfr NFRA .95e 2.0 ...q 47.00 41.46 17 46.44 +7.3 FlxDevTilt TLTD 1.41e 2.3 ...q 63.51 49.52 27 62.44 +10.7 FlxIntDvDf IQDE .91e 3.7 ...q 24.65 20.59 19 24.28 +11.4 FlxIntDvDy IQDY .76e 2.9 ...q 26.98 21.08 6 26.33 +10.1 FlxIntlDiv IQDF .94e 3.7 ...q 25.54 20.35 90 25.10 +11.5 FlxQDvDef QDEF .93e 2.3 ...q 40.86 35.12 13 39.61 +2.1 FlxQDvDyn QDYN 1.00e 2.6 ...q 40.86 32.86 5 39.09 +2.4 FlxQualDv QDF 1.01e 2.5 ...q 41.75 34.84 60 40.19 +1.8 FlxRdyAcc RAVI .82e .9 ...q 76.30 74.89 3 75.55 +.1 FlexSolu FSI ... ... 5 2.41 1.17 9 1.72 +29.3 Flor&Dec n FND ... ... ... 39.49 31.00 87 37.25 +15.0 Flotek FTK ... ... ...dd 16.93 8.87 872 9.72 +3.5 FlowrsFds FLO .64 3.5 21 21.00 14.35 3654 18.33 -8.2 Flowserve FLS .40m .8 20 52.50 39.13 1083 48.56 +1.1 Fluor FLR .84 1.8 14 58.37 44.05 1754 45.47 -13.4 FlyLeasing FLY 1.00 7.9 32 14.45 9.54 192 12.71 -4.4 FEMSA FMX .74e .8 ... 100.57 73.45 363 89.77 +17.8 FootLockr FL 1.24 1.8 15 79.43 50.90 2727 70.45 -.6 FordM F .60a 5.6 6 14.04 10.67 36942 10.79 -11.0 ForestCA FCE/A .36f 1.6 18 24.22 17.79 839 22.16 +6.3 ForestCB FCE/B .32f 1.1 23 30.32 18.00 0 28.64 +6.4 Forestar FOR ... ... 9 14.40 10.60 579 14.10 +6.0 ForsightEn FELP .68m 13.7 ...dd 8.33 1.42 31 4.95 -23.5 Fortis n FTS 1.19 3.7 ... 33.99 29.14 213 31.94 +3.4 Fortive n FTV .28 .5 ... 64.27 46.29 1350 61.16 +14.0 Fortress FIG .32a 4.0 21 8.05 4.23 999 7.96 +63.8 FortTrInf n FTAI 1.32 8.3 ... 16.70 8.92 172 15.96 +20.0 FortunaSlv FSM ... ... 32 9.75 4.11 1894 4.54 -19.6 FBHmSec FBHS .72 1.1 23 66.01 52.05 1437 62.84 +17.5 ForumEn FET ... ... ...dd 26.25 14.60 1066 16.55 -24.8tFoundBld n FBM ... ... ... 17.91 14.28 280 14.41 -9.9 FourCorP s FCPT .97 4.2 ... 24.10 16.71 451 23.27 +13.4 FrancoN g FNV .88f 1.2 87 81.16 53.31 896 72.29 +21.0 FrankCov FC ... ... ...dd 22.45 13.45 38 20.40 +1.2 FrankFn n FSB .40p ... 18 44.30 29.85 39 40.20 -3.9 FrankLibInt FLQH ... ... ... 26.20 23.28 25.42 +8.2 FrankLibEm FLQE ... ... ... 30.47 25.81 49 29.48 +10.8 FrankLibGl FLQD ... ... ... 27.96 24.77 3 27.48 +7.1 FrankLbGlE FLQG ... ... ... 28.25 25.00 1 27.57 +8.7 FrnkLInvGr FLCO ... ... ... 24.67 23.88 0 24.66 +2.0 FrkL US Eq FLQL ... ... ... FrkL US Sm FLQS ... ... ... FrkL USMid FLQM ... ... ... FrankRes BEN .80 1.9 15 44.35 30.56 4757 41.87 +5.8 FrkShDGv FTSD 1.55e ... ...q FrkStPrp FSP .76 6.7 11 13.27 10.70 466 11.30 -12.8 FrkLtdDur FTF .74 6.2 ...q 12.45 11.34 211 11.93 -.9 FrkUnv FT .47 6.6 ...q 7.23 6.20 58 7.16 +7.2 FranksIntl FI .30 3.6 ... 16.82 7.96 636 8.24 -33.1 FrptMcM FCX ... ... ...dd 17.06 9.24 18748 11.29 -14.4 FresenMd FMS .51e 1.1 ... 47.52 38.05 199 45.61 +8.1 FDelMnt FDP .60 1.1 13 66.86 51.13 316 52.82 -12.9 FriedmInd FRD .04 .8 ...dd 7.29 5.00 5 5.30 -20.4tFrontlne rs FRO .10 ... 5 10.41 6.25 858 6.15 -13.5 FullerHB FUL .56 1.1 20 54.32 41.52 250 49.83 +3.1 FutureFuel FF .24a 1.7 12 16.58 9.77 68 14.12 +1.6 G -GAMCO s GBL .08 .3 9 37.72 27.55 27 29.01 -6.1 GATX GATX 1.68 2.9 9 64.46 40.66 226 57.40 -6.8 GATX 66 GMTA ... ... ... 27.19 21.55 8 25.40 +9.2 GCP ApT n GCP ... ... 21 34.23 23.07 462 30.20 +12.9 GDL Fund GDL .64 6.4 ...q 10.15 9.55 96 9.99 +1.5 GDLFd pfB GDLpB 1.50 3.0 ... 51.40 50.20 50.77 +.8 GGP Inc GGP .88 3.9 12 32.10 21.05 8570 22.39 -10.4 GGP Inc pfA GGPpA 1.59 6.3 ... 27.55 23.88 58 25.24 +1.7 GMAC CpT ALLYpA 2.03 8.0 ... 25.99 24.63 292 25.33 -.3 GMS Inc n GMS ... ... 22 36.99 19.28 102 32.76 +11.9 GNC GNC .80 11.4 4 28.11 6.51 2771 6.99 -36.7 GP Strat GPX ... ... 20 30.00 19.59 29 23.80 -16.8 GSE Sy GVP ... ... 17 3.85 2.03 3 3.30 -5.7 GTT Comm GTT ... ... ...dd 30.50 16.40 161 28.80 +.2 GabCvInc GCV .48 9.5 ...q 5.25 4.38 33 5.04 +7.2 GabCv pfB GCVpB 1.50 5.7 ... 28.17 25.40 1 26.50 +3.5 GabDvInc GDV 1.32 6.2 ...q 21.68 18.00 143 21.22 +5.9 GabDiv pfA GDVpA 1.47 5.5 ... 26.98 25.02 3 26.50 +3.3 GabDiv pfD GDVpD 1.50 5.6 ... 27.48 25.37 2 26.79 +3.9 GabDiv pfG GDVpG 1.31 ... ... GabelliET GAB .64e 10.6 ...q 6.17 5.13 459 6.04 +9.4 GabllE pfD GABpD 1.47 5.6 ... 27.09 25.05 2 26.42 +3.5 GabllE pfG GABpG 1.25 5.1 ... 25.79 22.17 1 24.69 +7.7 Gabeli pfJ GABpJ ... ... ... 27.00 23.31 2 25.45 +6.2 GabEq pfH GABpH 1.25 5.0 ... 25.82 22.19 2 24.81 +8.6 GabGSmM GGZ ... ... ... 11.95 9.84 15 11.68 +10.2 GabGSm pfA GGZpA 1.36 5.4 ... 26.23 23.41 1 25.32 +5.8 GabGUtil GLU 1.20 6.5 ...q 18.98 15.21 8 18.49 +10.1 GabGUtil pf GLUpA 3.00 5.9 ... 52.25 50.75 51.11 +.5tGabGoAn n GGO ... ... ... 21.69 17.75 1 16.70 -20.6 GabGo pfA GGOpA ... ... ... GabHlthW GRX .52 5.1 ...q 11.32 9.23 38 10.25 +8.6 GabHW rt GRXr ... ... ... .40 GabHlt pfA GRXpA 1.44 5.6 ... 26.92 25.00 1 25.88 +2.6 GabHlt pfB GRXpB 1.47 5.5 ... 27.42 25.04 0 26.87 +5.9 GabMultT GGT .94e 11.2 ...q 8.63 6.71 83 8.37 +15.6 GabMT pfB GGTpB 1.50 5.7 ... 27.04 25.43 3 26.47 +4.0 GabUtil GUT .60 8.8 ...q 7.04 6.05 49 6.82 +8.3 GabUt pfA GUTpA 1.41 5.5 ... 26.65 24.41 1 25.70 +2.0 GabUtil pfC GUTpC ... ... ... tGasa rs GFA ... ... ... 24.53 8.20 290 7.20 Gain Cap GCAP .24 4.1 24 8.75 4.54 402 5.85 -11.1 Gallaghr AJG 1.56f 2.8 22 57.82 43.90 763 55.38 +6.6 GamGldNR GGN .84 14.7 ...q 7.03 5.07 529 5.70 +7.5 GamGld pfB GGNpB 1.25 5.2 ... 25.59 21.74 1 24.00 +3.9 GamNRG&I GNT .84 12.0 ...q 8.48 6.53 40 7.01 +5.1 GameStop GME 1.52f 6.4 6 32.67 20.10 1729 23.78 -5.9 Gannett n GCI .64 8.5 5 16.39 7.30 923 7.54 -22.3 Gap GPS .92 4.0 13 30.74 17.72 11878 23.19 +3.3 Gartner IT ... ... 43 116.48 84.54 486 112.41 +11.2 GasNatural EGAS .30 2.4 53 12.85 6.83 33 12.70 +1.2 GasLogLP GLOP 1.96f 8.7 10 25.20 18.00 152 22.55 +9.7 GasLog GLOG .56 4.1 ... 17.85 11.19 513 13.60 -15.5 GasLog pfA GLOGpA 2.19 8.4 ... 26.99 23.07 11 26.11 +3.9 GastarExp GST ... ... ...dd 2.19 .80 2560 1.13 -27.1 Gastar pfA GSTpA 2.16 10.9 ... 22.70 8.50 7 19.80 +9.1 Gastar pfB GSTpB 2.69 12.0 ... 25.05 7.58 7 22.45 +29.2 GazitGlobe GZT .37e 3.8 ... 10.97 8.30 11 9.89 +14.5 GeeGroup JOB ... ... ...dd 7.00 3.61 8 5.75 +32.7 GencoSh rs GNK ... ... ...dd 14.99 3.62 69 9.84 +33.3 Generac GNRC ... ... 1 44.84 32.34 425 34.91 -14.3 GAInv GAM 1.15e 1.0 ...q 34.45 25.80 23 33.56 +7.6 GAInv pfB GAMpB 1.49 5.5 ... 27.47 25.36 4 26.86 +4.2 GnCable BGC .72 4.6 25 20.80 11.65 741 15.50 -18.6 GenDynam GD 3.36f 1.7 20 197.00 132.68 1216 192.64 +11.6tGenElec GE .96 3.5 19 33.00 27.41 46571 27.48 -13.0 GECap5-53 GEK 1.18 4.6 ... 27.14 23.20 23 25.28 +2.9 GECap 1-53 GEH 1.22 4.8 ... 27.60 23.98 39 25.38 +3.4 GEC 10-52 GEB 1.22 4.8 ... 27.04 24.13 36 25.29 +2.8 GenMills GIS 1.92 3.4 19 72.95 55.57 3228 55.91 -9.5 GenMoly GMO ... ... ...dd .72 .21 20 .31 +23.2 GenMotors GM 1.52 4.7 5 38.55 27.34 13666 32.47 -6.8 GMot wtB GM/WSB ... ... ... 20.43 10.00 67 15.35 -10.6 Gener8M n GNRT ... ... 4 7.83 3.52 1026 5.12 +14.3 Gensco GCO ... ... 11 74.21 47.66 533 48.00 -22.7 GenesWyo GWR ... ... 21 80.73 52.21 535 62.90 -9.4 GenesisEn GEL 2.88f 9.1 8 40.90 29.50 433 31.59 -12.3 GenesisHlt GEN .12p ... ...dd 4.75 1.38 675 2.25 -47.1 GenieEn n GNE .30f 4.0 ... 8.31 5.07 25 7.41 +28.9 GenieE pfA GNEpA .64 8.4 ... 8.40 7.06 6 7.61 +2.0 Genpact G .24p ... 18 28.47 22.58 1395 26.38 +8.4 GenuPrt GPC 2.70 2.9 20 105.97 86.61 759 91.65 -4.1 Genworth GNW .44p ... ...dd 5.27 2.26 3355 3.59 -5.8 GeoGrp s GEO 1.88 6.1 17 34.32 10.84 1968 31.00 GeoPark GPRK ... ... ... 8.49 2.18 465 8.30 +92.6 GaPw pfA GPEpA 1.53 5.5 ... 31.23 25.10 2 28.00 +9.4 Gerdau GGB .02e .8 ... 4.39 1.50 21746 2.65 -15.6 GerNew GF 1.23e .5 ...q 16.40 12.45 14 16.15 +23.6 GettyRlty GTY 1.12 4.5 14 26.71 19.85 87 25.08 -1.6 Gigamon GIMO ... ... 25 61.25 28.50 1114 37.85 -16.9 Gildan s GIL .38 1.4 17 32.20 23.55 379 27.32 +7.7 GlassBr rs GLA ... ... ... 18.10 3.85 10 4.08 Glatfelter GLT .52 2.9 13 25.59 17.50 184 18.14 -24.1 Glaukos n GKOS ... ... ... 52.49 23.47 707 37.29 +8.7 GlaxoSKln GSK 2.89e 6.7 ... 45.58 37.20 3725 43.24 +12.3 GblBrCopp BRSS .15 .5 14 39.85 22.75 104 30.00 -12.5 GlbMed n GMRE .20p ... ... 11.38 6.73 71 9.51 +6.6 GlobNetL n GNL .94 4.2 36 25.25 6.92 368 22.28 +184.5 GlobPtrs GLP 1.85 9.5 ...dd 21.95 12.82 71 19.40 -.3 GlobPay s GPN .04f ... 35 89.98 64.63 1001 88.77 +27.9 GlbShipLs GSL .40 33.9 ...dd 4.50 1.10 190 1.18 -21.3 GlbShip pfB GSLpB 2.19 10.2 ... 22.00 12.42 5 21.55 +5.7 GlbXNordic GXF .85e 3.9 ...q 22.36 18.40 3 21.93 +15.6 GbXSpDvE SDEM .63e ... ...q 19.63 12.44 21 15.57 +5.9 GbXUSRota SCTO .12p ... ...q 25.38 22.74 0 24.74 +3.1 GblXEffic EFFE .16p ... ...q 25.55 23.04 0 25.08 +1.7 GblXGuIntl GURI .11p ... ...q 15.01 12.66 1 14.48 +8.6 GblXPortgl PGAL .23p ... ...q 11.09 8.77 36 10.80 +16.0 GblXColum GXG .41e 4.2 ...q 10.27 8.19 154 9.82 +7.7 GblXEmFtr EMFM .40e 1.9 ...q 21.90 18.15 1 21.15 +14.6 GbXMLP&E MLPX .60 4.3 ...q 15.54 12.50 324 13.82 -6.9 GblXChMat CHIM .21e 1.3 ...q 17.96 11.70 5 15.80 +16.0 GblXArg ARGT .09e .3 ...q 31.96 20.41 209 29.51 +28.0 GblXSDvUS DIV 1.93 7.7 ...q 25.90 23.36 45 25.00 +1.1 GblXJrMlp MLPJ .96e 11.8 ...q 9.46 7.55 9 8.15 -5.5 GXSupInPf SPFF .99 7.7 ...q 13.98 12.51 73 12.79 -.1 GblXGuru GURU .28e 1.1 ...q 26.75 20.86 10 26.30 +9.4 GlblXPerm PERM .23e .9 ...q 26.48 23.76 24.72 +1.7 GbXGreece GREK .13e 1.4 ...q 9.83 6.37 623 9.55 +22.6 GblXChCon CHIQ .26e 1.9 ...q 13.94 10.11 34 13.70 +22.3 GblX MLP MLPA .90e 8.1 ...q 12.13 10.58 4516 11.11 -4.0 GblXFertil SOIL .25e 2.7 ...q 9.87 7.99 2 9.15 +2.0 GblXChiEn CHIE .33e 3.1 ...q 11.09 9.67 10.65 +9.3 GblXSupDv SDIV 1.42e 6.5 ... 21.90 19.68 228 21.01 +1.0 GlbXChiFn CHIX .16e 1.1 ...q 15.01 11.40 5 14.75 +15.1 GbXSEAsia ASEA .42e 2.8 ...q 14.95 12.67 4 14.78 +15.6 GblXAndean AND .20e 2.3 ... 9.12 7.17 8 8.66 +10.5 GblXPakist PAK ... ... ...q 19.23 14.28 53 18.34 +4.8 GblXChiInd CHII .10e .7 ...q 14.62 10.22 0 13.66 +15.0 GblXNorway NORW .83e 7.1 ...q 11.91 9.52 33 11.62 +5.3 GlXBrazMC BRAZ .37e 4.1 ...q 10.85 7.24 48 9.01 +1.2 GlbXBrazC BRAQ .40e 3.0 ...q 16.04 9.69 13 13.26 +10.0 GblXScUS n SCIU ... ... ...q 28.24 24.29 22 27.79 +5.3 GblXScEu n SCID ... ... ...q 26.51 20.66 0 26.13 +17.7 GblXScAs n SCIX ... ... ...q 24.54 20.94 1 23.90 +13.3sGblXScJp n SCIJ ... ... ... 28.57 24.89 0 28.64 +8.5 GbXNigeria NGE .31e 2.0 ...q 16.97 3.79 36 15.49 +263.6tGbX US Inf PAVE ... ... ... 15.89 13.98 15 14.04 -4.8 GblFound n BOSS ... ... ... 15.76 14.77 0 15.39 +1.6 GlbXCop rs COPX ... ... ...q 26.47 14.03 9 20.13 +.7 GlbXSilv rs SIL ... ... ...q 54.34 30.50 133 35.82 +11.6 GlbXLith rs LIT ... ... ...q 29.43 22.81 79 28.57 +17.2 GbX Gold rs GOEX ... ... ...q 45.90 18.23 14 22.18 +7.1 GbXUran rs URA ... ... ...q 19.33 11.68 147 13.15 +2.2sGlblScape GSB .06 1.3 25 4.35 3.25 104 4.46 +9.6 Globalstar GSAT ... ... 22 2.69 .63 7450 2.37 +50.0 GlobantSA GLOB ... ... ... 47.19 30.90 324 37.27 +11.8 GlobusMed GMED ... ... 28 33.06 19.25 918 30.33 +22.2 Glowpoint GLOW ... ... ...dd .47 .14 1 .29 +10.5 GoDaddy n GDDY ... ... ...cc 40.39 28.13 1579 39.90 +14.2 GolLinhs s GOL ... ... ... 17.96 3.10 3174 11.57 +69.9 GoldFLtd GFI .02e .5 ... 6.60 2.60 9177 3.72 +23.6 GoldResrc GORO .02m .6 20 8.22 2.82 906 3.55 -18.4 GoldStdV g GSV ... ... ... 3.20 1.27 525 1.61 -24.4 Goldcrp g GG .24 1.7 ...cc 20.38 11.91 8849 13.88 +2.1 GoldenMin AUMN ... ... ...dd 1.16 .31 76 .49 -15.5 GoldStr g GSS ... ... ...dd 1.13 .47 1466 .71 -5.5 GldFld GV ... ... 9 8.65 2.54 245 4.15 -18.6 GoldmS pfI GSpI 1.49 5.8 ... 26.61 24.61 34 25.83 +2.3 GoldS pfJ GSpJ 1.38 5.0 ... 27.64 24.50 38 27.38 +8.0 GS BDC n GSBD 1.80 7.8 23 25.60 19.52 80 23.08 -1.9 GS ActbtInt GSIE ... ... ...q 27.73 22.36 146 27.44 +12.6 GS ActEM GEM ... ... ...q 31.76 24.78 74 30.63 +14.5 GS ActEur GSEU .60e ... ... 32.03 23.23 2 29.78 +16.2 GS ActJpn GSIY ... ... ... 29.72 25.79 1 29.69 +8.8 GS ActLgC GSLC ... ... ...q 47.80 40.26 177 47.08 +6.1 GS Indus n GVIP ... ... ... 47.41 39.08 5 46.51 +9.9 GSCI37 GSC ... ... ...q 23.85 19.88 0 21.28 -8.7 GoldmanS GS 2.60 1.2 11 255.15 138.20 4709 215.16 -10.1 GoldS pfK GSpK 1.59 5.5 ... 29.74 25.69 30 28.96 +6.7 GoldS pfN GSpN ... ... ... 28.30 25.11 71 26.80 +2.8 GoldS pfB GSpB 1.55 5.7 ... 27.27 25.01 25 26.97 +6.1 GoldS pfC GSpC 1.02 4.4 ... 24.32 20.78 16 23.07 +6.0 GoldS pfA GSpA .96 4.1 ... 24.38 19.77 44 23.51 +6.4 GoldS pfD GSpD 1.02 4.5 ... 23.65 20.08 37 22.88 +4.9 GS MLPEn GER .64 8.2 ...q 8.90 6.29 268 7.81 +8.6 GS MLPInc GMZ 1.38 13.6 ... 11.58 8.73 185 10.18 +4.7 GoodrPet n GDP ... ... ... 15.50 12.71 27 13.08 -14.8 GormanR GRC .46 1.8 27 34.45 22.30 26.25 -15.2 vjGrace GRA .84 1.2 29 80.56 63.37 523 70.20 +3.8 Graco GGG 1.44f 1.3 31 111.69 69.33 330 110.19 +32.6 GrahamCp GHM .36 1.6 15 25.00 17.19 25 22.19 +.2 GrahamH s GHC 5.08 .9 22 615.85 440.55 20 591.50 +15.5tGraingr GWW 5.12f 3.0 15 262.72 173.50 1294 173.30 -25.4 Grmrcy pfA GPTpA 1.78 6.6 ... 28.78 25.61 1 26.80 +1.2 GrmPrTr rs GPT 1.50 5.3 ... 30.09 24.09 2085 28.56 +3.7 GranTrra g GTE ... ... ...dd 3.49 2.26 1909 2.45 -18.9 GranaMon GRAM .25e 8.6 ... 8.96 2.16 793 2.91 -59.3 GraniteC GVA .52 1.1 50 62.18 40.50 547 46.25 -15.9 GraniteRE GRP/U 2.30 ... ... 38.49 29.21 8 37.59 +12.4 GraphPkg GPK .30 2.2 18 14.70 11.95 7292 13.39 +7.3 GrayTelev GTN ... ... 11 15.45 7.00 893 12.25 +12.9 GrayTvA GTN/A ... ... 16 14.05 7.05 10.65 +2.4 GrtAjax n AJX 1.12f 8.1 8 14.48 12.61 33 13.75 +3.6 GrtBasG g GBG ... ... ... .09 GtPanSilv g GPL ... ... ... 2.28 1.14 1449 1.29 -22.3 GtPlainEn GXP 1.10 3.9 17 31.24 25.85 2942 28.07 +2.6 GrtPl pfB GXPpB 1.75 3.4 ... 55.34 48.64 15 52.09 +2.9 GrtWstBcp GWB .80f 2.1 17 45.62 29.31 586 38.15 -12.5 GreenDot GDOT ... ... ... 38.34 20.79 226 35.74 +51.8 GreenbCos GBX .84f 1.9 13 49.50 25.90 280 43.45 +4.6 Greenhill GHL 1.80 8.4 11 32.45 15.62 404 21.55 -22.2 Greif A GEF 1.68 3.0 22 60.55 33.90 171 55.71 +8.6 Greif B GEF/B 2.51e 3.9 21 74.35 44.23 10 63.59 -5.9 Griffon GFF .24 1.1 26 27.15 15.45 165 21.45 -18.1 Group1 GPI .96 1.5 8 83.18 47.31 389 62.03 -20.4 GrubHub GRUB ... ... 67 46.84 22.81 2160 44.07 +17.1 GAeroPac PAC 2.78e 2.7 ... 110.46 72.52 87 102.15 +23.8 GpoASur ASR 3.31e ... ... 206.69 131.72 95 188.77 +31.2 GpoAvalAc AVAL .40 4.9 ... 9.04 7.18 74 8.14 +2.5 GpFnSnMx BSMX .30e 3.3 ... 10.13 6.73 1012 8.97 +24.8 GpoRadio RC ... ... ... 11.53 GpoSimec SIM ... ... ... 15.20 6.53 5 10.13 -29.4 GpSuprvi n SUPV ... ... ... 17.86 10.00 248 16.67 +26.9 GpTelevisa TV ... ... ... 27.89 19.69 1902 24.06 +15.2 GuangRy GSH .62e 2.3 ... 33.18 22.00 8 27.08 -10.7tGuess GES .90 9.3 27 18.68 9.70 1349 9.70 -19.8 GuggBAB GBAB 1.66 7.3 ...q 24.18 18.84 29 22.69 +6.0 GugCrdAllo GGM 2.18 9.4 ...q 24.03 19.75 11 23.11 +3.4 GuggChina YAO .87e 3.1 ...q 28.77 22.15 0 28.22 +16.1 GugSPEW RSP 1.31e 1.5 ...q 92.53 75.79 949 90.24 +4.2 GugRus50 XLG 3.03e 1.8 ...q 170.95 140.88 16 168.15 +6.7 GugSPVal RPV 1.18e 2.1 ...q 61.67 47.72 303 57.34 -.4 GugSPGth RPG .59e .6 ...q 93.20 76.35 67 91.76 +9.8 GugS&P100 OEW ... ... ... 32.61 25.53 28.93 +2.6 GuEqWREst EWRE .27e ... ...q 29.00 24.54 3 26.71 +1.6 GugMCVal RFV .86e 1.4 ...q 65.03 48.26 9 60.24 -2.4 GugEMk EW EWEM .64e 2.0 ...q 32.42 26.45 5 31.27 +12.2 GugMC400E EWMC ... ... ... 60.61 47.56 7 58.17 +1.0 GugSC600E EWSC ... ... ... 51.38 38.94 3 48.16 -3.5 GugMCGth RFG .75e .6 ...q 139.37 113.86 8 135.90 +5.5 GugSCVal RZV .67e 1.0 ...q 77.26 53.30 16 64.07 -12.3 GugTotRet GTO ... ... ... 52.94 50.33 27 51.93 +2.7 GugUtil RYU 3.00e 3.6 ...q 88.42 75.41 4 84.41 +4.5 Gug US Lg OVLC ... ... ... 27.90 24.61 27.90 +7.6 GugSCGth RZG .56e .6 ...q 103.65 76.91 4 98.65 +2.2 GugTech RYT 1.09e .9 ...q 126.62 88.27 79 123.41 +13.8 RydxMatls RTM 1.19e 1.3 ...q 98.04 79.18 2 94.53 +3.8 GugIndls RGI .84e .8 ...q 107.78 82.94 23 103.35 +4.3 GugHlthC RYH .75e .5 ...q 166.56 140.98 16 163.23 +11.9 GugFncl RYF .93e 2.5 ...q 45.75 30.52 78 36.90 +.2 GugEngy RYE .79e 1.4 ...q 68.00 52.22 26 55.37 -13.5 GugConStp RHS 2.05e 1.6 ...q 130.44 115.09 13 125.79 +5.3 GugCnsDis RCD 1.12e 1.2 ...q 94.69 79.28 5 90.91 +2.9 GugEnhEq GPM .96 11.7 ...q 8.68 7.09 151 8.19 +2.4 GugChinTc CQQQ .64e 1.4 ...q 46.14 31.82 20 45.07 +27.8 GugWater CGW .45e 1.4 ...q 32.50 27.93 190 32.02 +12.5 GugCdnEn ENY .49e 5.9 ...q 9.47 7.89 4 8.26 -9.2 GugSPHiInf GHII 1.03e 3.7 ...q 28.63 23.68 19 28.21 +8.5 GugSolar TAN .49e 2.8 ...q 22.45 16.45 85 17.76 +7.2 GugShippg SEA 1.48e 12.6 ...q 12.70 10.34 233 11.70 +2.4 GugIntMult HGI .59e 3.6 ...q 16.81 13.55 3 16.55 +9.8 GugFront FRN .20e 1.5 ...q 13.75 10.78 8 13.47 +16.5 GugChinSC HAO .94e 3.8 ...q 25.73 21.08 5 24.51 +10.0 GugChRe TAO .97e 4.1 ...q 24.50 17.92 6 23.76 +21.5 GugGTimb CUT .35e 1.3 ...q 27.68 21.27 8 26.74 +8.0 Gug BRIC EEB .48e 1.5 ...q 33.52 24.39 14 31.42 +9.1 Gug 26CpBd BSCQ ... ... ... 20.24 18.85 42 19.62 +2.5 Gug 24HYBd BSJO ... ... ... 25.70 24.18 2 25.55 +1.8 GuggLCOpt OPD ... ... ... 26.83 24.80 26.83 +1.9 GugDJIADv DJD .02p ... ...q 30.87 25.42 3 29.59 +2.3 GugHYBd23 BSJN .15e ... ...q 26.97 25.00 6 26.85 +1.8 GugCpBd25 BSCP ... ... ...q 22.15 19.93 18 20.65 +2.4 GugInsidr NFO .72e 1.3 ...q 55.09 45.03 0 53.93 +9.6 GugBlt22HY BSJM 1.27 5.0 ...q 25.46 23.54 122 25.35 +1.4 GugB21HY BSJL 1.27 5.1 ...q 25.19 23.60 58 25.08 +1.5 GugBlt24CB BSCO .58 2.8 ...q 21.72 20.14 15 20.85 +2.1 GugBlt23CB BSCN .65 3.1 ...q 21.56 20.29 26 21.01 +2.6 GugBlt22CB BSCM .58e 2.7 ...q 21.78 20.71 129 21.35 +2.1 GugBlt21CB BSCL .56 2.6 ...q 21.89 20.80 135 21.32 +1.6 ClayWilMic WMCR .43e 1.4 ...q 31.25 23.68 1 30.08 +1.1 GugB20HY BSJK 1.30e 5.2 ...q 24.88 23.18 140 24.73 +1.9 GugB19HY BSJJ 1.22e 5.0 ...q 24.63 23.31 186 24.54 +1.6 GugB18HY BSJI 1.28e 4.6 ...q 25.41 24.49 207 25.36 +.7 GugB17HY BSJH 1.08e 4.0 ...q 26.02 25.61 77 25.72 -.4 ClyWUSRE WREI 1.53e 3.0 ...q 52.34 43.73 1 45.92 -2.1 GugMultAs CVY 1.07e 5.2 ...q 21.04 17.93 107 20.44 +1.4 GugCpBd20 BSCK .61e 2.8 ...q 21.79 21.07 188 21.49 +1.4 GugBlt19CB BSCJ .47e 2.2 ...q 21.49 21.00 155 21.26 +.6 GugBlt18CB BSCI .40e 1.8 ...q 21.39 21.11 171 21.24 +.3 GugBlt17CB BSCH .35e 1.5 ...q 22.80 22.54 90 22.62 GugSpinOff CSD 1.00e 2.2 ...q 47.64 37.17 10 45.88 +5.6 GugRJ SB1 RYJ .30e .8 ...q 40.52 31.06 4 39.38 +2.6 GugEShDur GSY .65e 1.3 ...q 50.26 49.93 160 50.24 +.2 GugMCCre CZA .65e 1.1 ...q 59.56 48.05 4 58.08 +6.8 GugGlDiv LVL .52e 4.9 ...q 10.72 8.71 9 10.62 +4.6 GugDefEq DEF 1.15e 2.8 ...q 42.04 36.76 6 41.56 +6.8 GugStrOp GOF 2.19 10.5 ...q 21.31 17.27 132 20.87 +6.3 Guidewire GWRE ... ... ...cc 64.00 49.18 307 60.84 +23.3H -HCA Hldg HCA ... ... 13 91.03 67.00 1617 81.26 +9.8 HCI Grp HCI 1.40f 3.2 18 50.93 24.35 81 44.06 +11.6 HCP Inc HCP 1.48 4.7 12 40.43 27.61 3215 31.72 +6.7 HDFC Bk HDB .37e .4 ... 86.10 59.00 716 84.80 +39.7 HECO pfU HEpU 1.62 6.1 ... 28.47 25.55 4 26.51 +3.6 HFF Inc HF 1.80e ... 15 33.35 24.84 106 30.26 HMG HMG .50e ... ...dd 11.90 8.44 10.56 +.5 HNI Corp HNI 1.14f 2.7 17 56.96 37.24 168 41.67 -25.5 HP Inc HPQ .53 2.8 12 19.49 11.48 13807 18.78 +26.5 HRG Grp HRG ... ... ...dd 20.17 12.50 1425 17.51 +12.5 HSBC HSBC 1.50e 3.5 ... 44.44 28.62 1926 43.12 +7.3 HSBC prA HSBCpA 1.55 5.9 ... 27.56 25.00 43 26.23 +4.1 HSBC Cap HSEA 2.03 7.5 ... 27.93 25.81 92 27.04 +4.2 HSBC Cap2 HSEB 2.00 7.4 ... 27.18 24.99 136 27.07 +4.9 Haemonet HAE ... ... 26 43.62 27.46 218 40.30 +.2 HalconRes wt HK/WS ... ... ... 3.77 .75 0 .82 -64.5 HalconRs n HK ... ... ... 12.01 6.33 1517 6.63 -29.0 Hallibrtn HAL .72 1.5 ...dd 58.78 40.12 8726 46.58 -13.9 HalyrdHlt HYH ... ... 19 41.84 29.07 304 35.92 -2.9 HancFinOp BTO 1.48 4.4 ...q 37.48 22.81 45 33.88 -6.6 HanJS JHS .87e 6.0 ...q 14.95 13.60 11 14.48 +3.3 HanJI JHI 1.45e 8.3 ...q 17.87 15.39 8 17.56 +5.8 HanPrmDv PDT 1.08a 6.6 ...q 17.59 13.22 116 16.48 +5.3 HanPfEq HPI 1.68 7.8 ...q 23.32 18.91 37 21.41 +5.2 HanPfd2 HPF 1.68 7.8 ...q 23.24 18.87 43 21.47 +6.0 HanPfd3 HPS 1.47 7.9 ...q 20.26 16.25 66 18.58 +4.7 HanTxAdv HTD 1.45 5.8 ...q 26.11 20.79 53 25.09 +8.7 Hanesbds s HBI .60 2.9 12 28.25 18.91 3175 20.36 -5.6 HannArms HASI 1.32f 6.1 36 25.21 18.02 296 21.71 +14.3 HanoverIns THG 2.00 2.4 25 92.78 74.06 399 82.49 -9.4 HanovIns53 THGA 1.59 6.2 ... 26.98 24.02 11 25.76 +3.0 HarleyD HOG 1.45 2.8 15 63.40 41.63 2094 52.76 -9.6 HarmonyG HMY ... ... ... 4.87 1.86 5157 2.27 +2.7 HarrisCorp HRS 2.12 2.0 19 113.58 77.56 903 107.44 +4.9 Harsco HSC .20m 1.5 43 15.75 5.81 725 13.70 +.7 HarteHnk HHS .34 26.6 ...dd 2.09 .85 43 1.28 -15.2 HartfFn42 HGH 1.97 6.3 ... 32.55 28.21 31 31.23 +5.4 HartfdFn HIG .92 1.9 15 50.26 38.92 2453 48.69 +2.2 HartfFn wt HIG/WS ... ... ... 44.00 31.88 3 42.72 +3.6 Haverty HVT .48 2.1 17 26.30 16.57 69 23.20 -2.1 HavertyA HVT/A .38a 1.6 20 26.00 17.04 0 23.30 -1.3 HawaiiEl HE 1.24 3.8 19 34.98 28.31 343 32.27 -2.4 Hc2 Hldgs HCHC 1.29p ... ...dd 7.27 2.33 5.54 +52.2 HlthcrRlty HR 1.20 3.6 21 36.60 26.66 687 32.89 +8.5 HlthcreTr HTA 1.20 3.8 25 34.64 26.34 2335 31.42 +7.9 HlthSth wt HLS/WS ... ... ... 4.50 .28 .57 -14.9 HlthSouth HLS .96 2.1 18 47.89 36.97 1008 45.90 +11.3 HeclaM HL .01e .2 27 7.64 3.83 8113 5.76 +9.9 HeclaM pfB HLpB 3.50 6.0 ... 66.00 53.39 0 58.05 +5.1 Heico s HEI ... ... ... 74.92 50.43 130 72.60 Heico A s HEI/A ... ... 38 63.00 39.97 83 60.85 tHelixEn HLX ... ... ...dd 11.87 5.62 2453 5.65 -35.9tHelmPayne HP 2.80f 4.9 ...cc 85.78 56.19 1651 57.05 -26.3 Hemisphrx rs HEB ... ... ... 2.64 .39 124 .52 -24.6 Herbalife HLF ... ... 15 73.35 47.62 884 70.82 +47.1 HercHld n HRI ... ... ... 52.96 28.66 1433 35.01 -12.8 HercTGC HTGC 1.24 9.3 18q 15.68 11.85 570 13.34 -5.5 HercTG 24 HTGX 1.56 6.1 ... 26.47 24.85 9 25.57 +.7 HeritageIns HRTG .24 2.0 5 16.48 11.25 88 12.27 -21.7 Hersha pfC HTpC 1.72 6.8 ... 27.37 23.97 2 25.20 +3.7 Hersha rs HT 1.12 6.1 10 22.14 15.36 302 18.39 -12.5 Hersha pfD HTpD 1.63 6.5 ... 25.75 22.26 4 25.07 +12.2 Hersha pfE HTpE ... ... ... 24.93 22.00 7 24.87 +10.5 Hershey HSY 2.47 2.2 27 117.79 89.98 1751 110.76 +7.1tHertzGl HTZ ... ... ... 53.14 9.88 8723 9.33 -56.7 Hess HES 1.00f 2.1 ...dd 65.56 45.12 2764 47.78 -23.3 Hess pfA HESpA ... ... ... 79.14 56.11 10 58.47 -20.6 HessMidP n HESM ... ... ... 26.78 24.22 729 24.99 -4.1 HP Ent n HPE .26 1.4 10 19.16 11.89 12228 18.78 +8.3 Hexcel HXL .44 .9 19 55.91 38.87 828 50.04 -2.7 Hi-Crush HCLP ... ... ...dd 23.30 7.03 1519 14.55 -26.5 HighwdPrp HIW 1.76 3.5 18 56.23 45.83 581 49.96 -2.1 Hill Intl HIL ... ... ...dd 5.70 1.95 158 4.65 +6.9 Hill-Rom HRC .72f 1.0 22 77.37 47.76 421 73.22 +30.4 HillenInc HI .82 2.3 18 39.00 27.89 251 36.10 -5.9sHillmCT pf HLMp 2.90 8.4 ... 34.74 31.76 3 34.65 +7.0 HilltopH HTH ... ... 17 30.60 19.17 233 25.11 -15.7 HilGrVa n HGV ... ... ... 37.21 24.60 393 35.55 +36.7 Hilton HLT .15 ... 24 63.41 42.24 2207 62.44 HoeghLP HMLP 1.65 8.7 21 20.65 17.00 45 19.00 HollyEngy HEP 2.48f 7.3 26 38.09 29.53 83 33.86 +5.6 HollyFront HFC 1.32 5.0 15 34.78 22.07 2109 26.31 -19.7 HomeDp HD 3.56f 2.3 23 160.86 119.20 4422 155.70 +16.1 Honda HMC .55e 2.0 ... 32.17 24.04 858 27.66 -5.2 HonwllIntl HON 2.66 2.0 19 135.00 105.25 2242 130.42 +12.6 Honwll wi HON/WI ... ... ... HorMan HMN 1.06 2.8 22 44.15 31.51 92 37.30 -12.9 HorizGbl n HZN ... ... 37 26.37 10.60 394 14.89 -38.0 HorizTFn19 HTF 1.84 7.2 ... 26.42 25.20 3 25.63 +.5 HrzMngRsk USMR ... ... ... 27.65 24.34 26.21 +4.5 HorzSPCvC HSPX 2.52e 4.0 ... 48.11 41.85 6 47.28 +3.9 HorGKWld KLDW ... ... ...q 30.14 24.81 9 29.90 +13.4 HoizWear n WEAR ... ... ... Horz Saba n CEFS ... ... ... 21.06 19.83 16 20.55 +3.3 Hormel s HRL .68 2.0 21 40.00 33.18 3333 34.15 -1.9 Hornbeck HOS ... ... ...dd 9.82 2.35 666 2.39 -66.9 HostHotls HST .80a 4.4 11 20.21 14.51 12032 18.03 -4.3 HoulihnL n HLI .80f 2.4 18 36.65 20.96 101 33.83 +8.7 HstnAEn HUSA ... ... ... .47 .16 58 .40 +121.9 HovnanE HOV ... ... 29 2.96 1.51 597 2.34 -14.3 HHughes HHC ... ... 40 131.39 101.20 227 128.96 +13.0 HuanPwr HNP 2.45e 8.3 ... 30.45 22.85 59 29.62 +13.7 Hubbell HUBB 2.80f 2.5 21 125.93 97.35 404 111.74 -4.3 HubSpot HUBS ... ... ...dd 74.80 41.63 463 66.70 +41.9 HudBayM g HBM .02 ... ...dd 9.15 3.57 997 5.25 -7.9 HudBay wt HBM/WS ... ... ... 1.04 .12 1 .22 -38.9 HudsPacP HPP 1.00f 3.0 25 36.75 26.99 683 32.86 -5.5 HugotnR HGT .10e 5.1 7 2.75 1.48 54 2.05 -4.7 Humana HUM 1.60 .7 24 233.66 150.00 1829 228.81 +12.1 HuntgUSEq HUSE 1.86e .6 ...q 40.92 35.78 2 38.01 +5.1 HuntgtnEco HECO .47e .2 ...q 46.00 35.10 38.37 +5.0 HuntgtnIng HII 2.40 1.3 19 220.68 146.52 252 190.34 +3.3 Huntsmn HUN .50 1.9 15 26.83 12.40 3323 25.84 +35.4 Hyatt H ... ... 44 59.30 45.12 370 57.92 +4.8 HysterYale HY 1.21 1.7 23 76.30 47.25 66 72.32 +13.4I -IAMGld g IAG ... ... 55 5.87 3.14 8730 4.40 +14.3 ICICI Bk IBN .16e 1.7 ... 9.66 6.58 10207 9.40 +25.5 IDT Cp IDT .76 4.6 ... 23.13 12.03 105 16.57 -10.6 IEC Elec IEC ... ... ...cc 5.64 3.21 159 3.62 +1.4 ING ING .14e .8 ... 17.35 9.26 4266 16.66 +18.2 ING 6.20 ISP 1.55 6.0 ... 26.52 23.65 17 25.89 +3.4 ING 6.125 ISG 1.53 5.9 ... 26.28 24.88 22 25.93 +3.7 ING 6.375 ISF 1.59 6.1 ... 26.79 24.79 27 26.07 +3.7 ION Geo rs IO ... ... ...dd 8.40 3.87 25 4.30 -28.3 iPInvVix IVOP ... ... ...q 40.59 36.45 1 38.30 +1.0 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 4 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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IQ HdgMult QAI .39e 1.3 ...q 29.45 28.37 61 29.11 +1.5 IQ Hedge MCRO .34e 1.3 ...q 25.78 22.13 1 25.47 +3.5 IQ HdgLgS QLS ... ... ...q 20.62 18.69 4 20.51 +5.2 IQ Ch SC n CSML ... ... ... 25.15 24.45 13 24.51 +.2 IQ HdgEv QED ... ... ...q 20.60 19.54 20.60 +4.6 IQ HiYld n HYLV ... ... ... 25.25 25.20 7 25.22 +.1 IQ CorePl n AGGP ... ... ... 21.21 19.51 8 20.02 +1.6 IQ CoreBd n AGGE ... ... ... 22.70 19.17 1 19.59 +.3 IQHdgMNt QMN .34e 1.3 ...q 26.61 24.70 1 25.34 +.9 IQ GTAA QGTA ... ... ...q 23.05 20.25 23.00 +6.5 IQ 50HJpn HFXJ ... ... ...q 19.66 15.86 1 19.44 +2.3 IQ 50HgEur HFXE ... ... ...q 19.65 15.76 10 19.43 +12.8 IQ 50HIntl HFXI ... ... ...q 20.92 16.12 10 20.17 +11.3 IQ RealRtn CPI .03e .1 ...q 27.42 26.47 1 27.24 +1.2 IQUSReSC ROOF 1.43e 5.4 ...q 28.94 24.69 25 26.45 -2.8 IQMrgArb MNA ... ... ...q 30.42 26.91 207 30.18 +3.0 IQ AustSC KROO .88e 5.6 ...q 17.47 14.38 0 15.78 +1.3sIQ AgriSC CROP .41e 1.2 ...q 33.51 28.94 1 33.57 +6.8 IQGblOilSC IOIL .29e 2.8 ...q 13.73 9.79 1 10.52 -15.4 IQ CdaSC CNDA .18e 1.1 ...q 18.49 15.35 0 16.37 -1.4 IQ GlbRes GRES .35e 1.4 ...q 26.73 23.65 41 25.45 +1.4 IRSA IRS ... ... ... 26.50 13.77 56 24.66 +33.7 iShGold IAU ... ... ...q 13.25 10.81 6328 12.02 +8.5 iShGSCI GSG ... ... ...q 16.26 13.56 177 14.45 -7.8 iSAstla EWA 1.23e 5.7 ...q 22.91 18.18 2676 21.50 +6.3 iSAstria EWO .25e 1.2 ...q 20.90 13.22 109 20.54 +24.3 iShBelg EWK .36e 1.8 ...q 20.53 16.37 270 20.03 +14.4 iShBrazil EWZ 1.03e 3.1 ...q 40.80 25.15 146628 32.75 -1.8 iShCanada EWC .60e 2.3 ...q 27.92 23.44 3873 25.81 -1.3 iShEMU EZU .95e 2.3 ...q 41.36 29.71 10420 40.65 +17.5 iSFrance EWQ .68e 2.3 ...q 29.50 21.00 875 28.98 +17.5 iShGerm EWG .51e 1.7 ...q 31.08 22.51 2575 30.63 +15.7 iSh HK EWH .49e 2.1 ...q 23.52 18.50 3315 23.28 +19.5 iSh SKor EWY .66e 1.0 ...q 66.59 48.69 2945 65.47 +23.0 iShMexico EWW .93e 1.8 ...q 54.25 41.23 5467 50.73 +15.4 iShNeth EWN .40e 1.4 ...q 29.42 21.43 151 29.02 +20.2 iSPacxJpn EPP 2.08e 4.7 ...q 45.27 36.71 1764 43.93 +11.0 iShSoAfr EZA 1.37e 2.3 ...q 61.26 46.65 1416 58.50 +11.7 iShSpain EWP 1.62e 5.0 ...q 33.94 22.58 1541 32.52 +22.7 iSSwedn EWD 1.40e 4.2 ...q 34.12 25.11 341 33.28 +15.8 iShSwitz EWL .80e 2.3 ...q 34.75 27.70 1092 34.33 +16.5 iShFrntr100 FM 3.58e 2.6 ...q 29.46 23.90 40 29.09 +17.1 iShGlHiY bt GHYG 2.09e 4.2 ... 50.11 46.54 25 50.00 +3.1 iShxUSH bt HYXU .92e 1.9 ...q 51.51 44.75 7 49.35 +7.6 iShEMCBd bt CEMB 2.28 4.5 ...q 51.34 47.74 1 50.86 +2.6 iShEMkHY EMHY 3.98 7.9 ...q 50.98 47.33 38 50.20 +3.1 iShAsiaPDv DVYA 2.29e 4.8 ...q 49.06 40.10 4 47.26 +5.1 iShEmMDv DVYE 1.83e 4.6 ...q 40.78 30.98 47 39.41 +14.0 iShGblSilv SLVP .19e 1.6 ...q 17.10 9.55 100 11.59 +10.9 iShGblEnP FILL .46e 2.4 ...q 21.26 17.71 1 19.25 -5.2 iShGblAgri VEGI .55e 2.1 ...q 26.61 22.13 3 26.18 +4.9 iShMsciWld URTH 1.56e 2.0 ...q 80.80 65.57 32 79.41 +8.7 iShEMktSC EEMS 1.29e 2.8 ...q 47.50 38.67 434 45.43 +12.3 iShEMkBd LEMB .42e .9 ...q 46.77 41.68 117 45.49 +6.2 iShWldMnV ACWV 1.47e 1.9 ...q 78.96 71.80 248 78.67 +8.3 iSEMMnVol EEMV 1.42e 2.6 ...q 55.55 47.80 543 54.47 +11.4siShJpnSC SCJ 1.23e 1.8 ...q 68.70 58.12 25 68.92 +11.9 iShThai THD 2.08e 2.7 ...q 79.14 65.48 251 76.90 +6.7 iShIsrael EIS 1.07e 2.0 ...q 53.61 44.45 9 52.20 +12.5 iShChile ECH .62e 1.5 ...q 45.48 34.14 857 42.29 +13.0 iShBRIC BKF .96e 2.6 ...q 38.22 28.42 82 36.45 +14.3 iShsUSA EUSA .67e 1.4 ...q 50.75 41.61 11 49.60 +4.8 iShTurkey TUR 1.10e 2.8 ...q 42.80 28.98 345 38.97 +20.0 iShSilver SLV ... ... ...q 19.71 14.85 9048 15.71 +4.0 iShS&P100 OEF 1.92e 1.8 ...q 106.85 88.37 761 104.93 +5.7 iShMrnLV JKF 2.46e 2.6 ...q 99.69 82.48 14 93.71 -.4siShAcwiMV HACV ... ... ...q 27.54 25.58 0 27.61 +5.3 iShMrnLG JKE 1.20e .9 ...q 138.49 111.60 10 136.65 +12.9 iShMrnLC JKD 2.24e 1.6 ...q 144.83 116.19 18 142.81 +7.6 iShBrazSC EWZS .40e 3.3 ...q 15.23 8.30 1435 12.24 +11.6 iShIntlPfd IPFF .96e 5.7 ...q 17.59 15.01 69 16.84 +7.0 iShSPTUS s ITOT ... ... ...q 55.08 45.14 516 54.11 +5.5 iShSTNtMu SUB .86 .8 ...q 106.67 104.44 78 105.98 +.9 iShAgcyBd AGZ 1.81 1.6 ...q 117.44 110.31 7 113.58 +.9 iShSelDiv DVY 2.59e 2.9 ...q 93.52 80.82 773 90.07 +1.7 iShTIPS TIP .43e .4 ...q 117.55 110.90 2720 114.39 +1.1 iShChinaLC FXI .76e 1.9 ...q 39.85 31.53 16102 39.04 +12.5 iShTransp IYT 1.70e 1.1 ...q 173.88 125.94 862 158.94 -2.4 iShChinaSC ECNS 1.28e 2.9 ...q 47.90 38.61 1 44.60 +8.8 iSCorSP500 IVV 4.38e 1.8 ...q 242.20 199.79 4430 238.19 +5.9 iSMornMC JKG 2.32e 1.4 ...q 170.02 141.07 30 165.86 +5.5 iShUSAgBd AGG 2.65e 2.3 ...q 113.27 107.06 2097 109.52 +1.4 iShEMkts EEM .84e 2.1 ...q 41.70 31.89 108947 40.29 +15.1 iShiBoxIG LQD 3.87 3.2 ...q 124.48 115.55 4764 119.90 +2.3 iSKokusai TOK 1.37e 2.3 ...q 60.29 49.05 5 59.33 +9.1 iShCorUSTr GOVT .33 1.3 ...q 26.45 24.72 513 25.28 +1.4 iSh2017Mu s IBMF .23 .8 ...q 27.64 27.07 33 27.22 +.1 iSGblTelcm IXP 2.14e 3.6 ...q 64.52 55.36 9 59.37 +1.1 iShEMBd EMB 5.27e 4.6 ...q 118.14 107.74 2923 114.48 +3.9 iShGblTech IXN 1.11e .9 ...q 132.89 92.35 73 130.19 +18.5 iShAaa-ACp QLTA 1.51e 2.9 ...q 54.39 50.70 2 52.25 +1.7 iSMrnMCG JKH .59e .3 ...q 179.95 147.98 2 177.92 +9.8 iShIndones EIDO .38e 1.5 ...q 27.06 21.79 1430 25.99 +7.7 iSSP500Gr IVW 2.03e 1.5 ...q 136.30 110.84 612 134.47 +10.4 iShNYMuni NYF 2.80 2.5 ...q 115.51 107.15 11 111.55 +2.4 iShGblHcre IXJ 2.72e 1.5 ...q 106.95 92.25 14 105.89 +11.7 iShGblFin IXG 1.34e 2.2 ...q 62.46 44.58 213 60.69 +5.0 iShUSAQlt QUAL 1.04e 1.4 ...q 74.29 62.64 212 72.78 +5.3 iSSPGlbEn IXC 1.05e 3.2 ...q 36.16 30.06 69 32.64 -6.2 iShCalMuni CMF 2.72 2.3 ...q 122.50 113.23 25 117.64 +1.9 iSh CMBS CMBS 1.00 1.9 ...q 53.70 50.05 7 51.71 +1.3 iShUSASize SIZE 1.26e 1.7 ...q 76.90 64.80 8 75.43 +5.0 iSGblInfra IGF 1.17e 2.7 ...q 43.84 37.33 106 43.39 +11.1 iShNANatR IGE .85e 2.6 ...q 37.62 31.21 148 32.74 -8.9 iSh JPXNik JPXN ... ... ... 57.56 51.22 2 57.25 +8.0 iShUSAVal VLUE 1.49e 2.1 ...q 75.57 58.20 226 71.92 +2.5 iShLatAm ILF .67e 2.3 ...q 33.29 23.34 5747 28.96 +5.0 iShUSAMo MTUM .81e .9 ...q 86.89 72.99 286 85.85 +13.2 iShMrnMCV JKI 2.72e 1.9 ...q 152.61 119.16 11 144.02 -.3 iShPhilpns EPHE .33e .9 ...q 40.48 30.43 415 35.84 +10.5 iSSP500Val IVE 2.14e 2.1 ...q 107.75 87.88 798 102.22 +.8 iShNMuBd MUB 2.59 2.4 ...q 115.19 106.30 309 110.14 +1.8 iShUKSC bt EWUS 1.38e 3.5 ...q 40.37 30.40 0 39.39 +16.1 iSRTop200V IWX 1.17e 2.5 ...q 49.94 41.05 15 47.51 +1.1 iShIntlDev WPS 1.16e 3.1 ...q 38.99 33.12 4 36.95 +9.9 iShAsia50 AIA .79e 1.4 ...q 56.18 41.03 26 55.43 +19.9 iSh20 yrT TLT 3.05 2.5 ...q 143.62 116.49 8152 123.42 +3.6 iSRTop200G IWY .82e 1.3 ...q 63.93 51.37 77 63.10 +12.0 iSh7-10yTB IEF 1.96 1.8 ...q 113.91 103.43 1709 107.08 +2.2 iShRTop200 IWL 1.02e 1.9 ...q 55.06 45.54 2 54.11 +6.2 iShIntSelDv IDV 1.51e 4.3 ...q 32.99 26.40 730 32.60 +10.3 iSh1-3yTB SHY .52 .6 ...q 85.35 84.23 829 84.58 +.2 iS Eafe EFA 1.70e 2.6 ...q 66.00 51.93 18262 65.35 +13.2 iShGerSC bt EWGS .69e 1.4 ...q 52.11 37.97 16 51.06 +23.2 iSRusMCV IWS 1.59e 2.0 ...q 85.33 69.96 357 81.50 +1.3 iShCrLTBd ILTB 2.54 4.0 ...q 68.96 59.26 5 62.75 +3.5 iSRusMCG IWP 1.02e 1.0 ...q 107.12 88.29 286 105.46 +8.3 iShNorC bt ENOR .58e 2.5 ...q 23.45 18.33 17 22.83 +5.0 iShRusMid IWR 2.85e 1.5 ...q 190.88 158.50 142 186.74 +4.4 iShMrnSC JKJ 1.78e 1.1 ...q 163.79 127.56 3 156.96 +.5 iShIreland EIRL .88e 1.5 ...q 43.84 33.37 1 42.83 +14.1 iSCorSPMid IJH 1.89e 1.1 ...q 175.72 140.39 1801 169.14 +2.3 iSh10yCBd CLY 2.67 4.4 ...q 64.42 57.15 41 60.75 +3.5 iShiBxHYB HYG 5.09 5.8 ...q 88.37 82.01 10461 88.02 +1.7 iShFinlC bt EFNL .51e 1.3 ...q 39.24 28.71 4 38.43 +16.8 iShSft IGV .12e .1 ...q 136.18 98.93 62 132.28 +21.5 iShDenC bt EDEN .81e 1.3 ...q 61.79 48.00 17 60.82 +19.3 iShNetw IGN .25e .6 ...q 47.91 32.98 8 44.09 +1.1 iShNATch IGM .73e .5 ...q 147.06 104.31 43 143.73 +16.1 iShResRE REZ 2.01e 3.1 ...q 69.29 58.02 29 64.74 +4.4 iSh2019Mun IBMH .27 1.1 ...q 25.89 25.15 16 25.60 +1.1 iShC&SRE ICF 2.97e 3.0 ...q 112.45 93.02 232 99.54 -.1 iShKLDSoc DSI 1.11e 1.3 ...q 88.55 73.22 26 87.09 +5.7 iShGbl100 IOO 2.03e 2.4 ...q 85.58 67.40 15 84.31 +9.9 iSh2018Mu IBMG .23 .9 ...q 25.72 25.29 51 25.49 +.4 iShConsSv IYC 1.50e .9 ...q 166.88 136.88 15 163.09 +8.0 iShMBS MBB 3.04e 2.3 ...q 110.26 105.04 1526 107.20 +.8 iShGvCrBd GBF 2.86 2.5 ...q 118.69 111.23 3 113.98 +1.7 iShIndia bt INDA .24e .7 ...q 32.94 25.79 4104 32.02 +19.7 iSR1KVal IWD 2.41e 2.1 ...q 121.24 97.59 2280 113.05 +.9 iSMrnSCG JKK .87e .6 ...q 157.67 126.77 1 154.64 +6.8 iShPoland EPOL .79e 3.4 ...q 24.22 16.02 538 23.41 +29.2 iSMCGth IJK 1.88e 1.0 ...q 196.06 158.83 155 191.11 +4.9 iShIntGvC GVI 1.99 1.8 ...q 114.00 109.01 86 110.94 +1.0 iSR1KGr IWF 1.45e 1.2 ...q 118.06 95.45 1511 116.30 +10.9 iSIndiaSC bt SMIN .10e .2 ...q 46.22 30.36 112 44.25 +35.4 iShCorUSCr CRED 4.20 3.8 ...q 115.00 107.85 37 111.24 +1.8 iSRus1K IWB 2.36e 1.8 ...q 133.99 110.84 634 131.69 +5.8 iSR2KVal IWN 1.98e 1.7 ...q 122.47 91.66 1336 114.53 -3.7 iShIntCrBd CIU 3.09 2.8 ...q 111.85 107.44 210 109.87 +1.6 iSh1-3CrBd CSJ 1.52 1.4 ...q 106.12 104.50 848 105.32 +.4 iSR2KGr IWO 1.36e .8 ...q 167.10 128.86 551 161.57 +5.0 iSh10-20TB TLH 2.99 2.2 ...q 148.75 131.10 22 136.43 +2.6 iShFltRtB FLOT .32 .6 ...q 50.89 50.47 838 50.86 +.3 iShR2K IWM 1.77e 1.3 ...q 141.82 108.19 42849 135.38 +.4 iSh3-7yTrB IEI 1.78 1.4 ...q 127.80 121.46 188 123.96 +1.2 iShCorHiDv HDV 2.90e 3.5 ...q 85.70 77.86 352 82.62 +.4 iSCorUSVal s IUSV ... ... ...q 52.19 42.39 189 49.56 +.9 iSCorUSGr s IUSG ... ... ...q 48.00 38.84 198 47.33 +10.3 iShChina MCHI 1.05e 2.0 ...q 53.19 39.56 1835 52.48 +20.0 iShShtTrB SHV .03e ... ...q 110.46 110.22 2200 110.29 iShUSPfd PFF 2.15a 5.5 ...q 40.34 36.70 1824 38.74 +4.1 iSEafeMnV EFAV 1.77e 2.5 ...q 70.07 60.63 998 69.91 +14.2 iSRus3K IWV 2.47e 1.8 ...q 142.76 117.47 135 140.10 +5.4 iSGblMatl MXI 1.54e 2.6 ...q 60.38 45.97 53 58.76 +7.2 iShUtils IDU 4.54e 3.5 ...q 132.34 113.89 50 129.69 +6.5 iSUSAMinV USMV .87e 1.8 ...q 48.62 43.45 1425 48.06 +6.3 iSMrnSCV JKL 2.98e 2.2 ...q 149.77 115.00 4 136.81 -4.2 iShMCVal IJJ 2.16e 1.5 ...q 152.99 120.67 169 144.24 -.7 iShGblUtil JXI 1.73e 3.5 ...q 49.81 42.85 11 49.32 +10.3 iShTelecm IYZ .68e 2.1 ...q 36.74 29.31 308 31.99 -7.3 iShTech IYW 1.20e .9 ...q 143.86 99.51 167 140.44 +16.8 iShGblIndl EXI 1.25e 1.5 ...q 83.95 65.42 108 82.37 +9.3 iShGblCStp KXI 2.09e 2.0 ...q 103.52 89.34 21 102.87 +11.7 iShREst IYR 2.76e 3.5 ...q 85.80 72.11 5232 78.05 +1.4 iSGblCnDis RXI 1.24e 1.3 ...q 100.27 80.26 18 98.84 +9.6 iSh0-5Tips STIP ... ... ...q 101.82 99.89 24 100.90 +.2 iShHmCnst ITB .09e .3 ...q 32.97 25.16 2751 32.46 +18.1 iShInds IYJ 1.65e 1.3 ...q 129.71 103.82 78 126.45 +4.9 iShAerosp ITA 1.31e .9 ...q 155.19 118.73 242 150.83 +7.3 iShHltcare IYH 3.01e 1.9 ...q 160.58 137.30 34 156.90 +8.9 iShFinSv IYG 1.21e 1.1 ...q 116.22 75.41 136 106.16 -.1 iShRegBks IAT .61e 1.4 ...q 49.24 30.04 181 43.34 -4.5 iShInsur IAK .82e 1.4 ...q 62.87 47.25 7 59.94 +1.0 iShFincls IYF 1.45e 1.4 ...q 109.36 80.64 338 102.07 +.6 iShBroker IAI .65e 1.3 ...q 53.97 33.93 19 49.30 -.4 iShUSEngy IYE 1.14e 3.1 ...q 43.31 35.95 450 36.93 -11.1 iShESGSel KLD 1.14e 1.2 ...q 100.69 81.96 9 98.90 +7.5 iShCrSPS s IJR ... ... ...q 71.17 54.74 2798 67.64 iShMedDev IHI 1.57e 1.0 ...q 158.96 128.19 65 155.92 +17.1 iShGlInfLk GTIP ... ... ... iShConsGd IYK 2.43e 2.1 ...q 121.06 107.85 19 118.33 +6.9 iShHltcPrv IHF .24e .2 ...q 142.13 111.40 8 138.68 +10.7 iShCorTInt IXUS 1.42e 2.5 ...q 57.81 45.70 486 56.86 +12.6 iShPharm IHE 3.11e 1.0 ...q 158.11 129.20 8 148.48 +5.0 iShBasM IYM 1.42e 1.6 ...q 90.93 72.44 153 86.82 +4.4 iShPeru EPU .34e 1.0 ...q 36.58 28.79 249 34.24 +4.4 iShCorEafe IEFA 1.55e 2.5 ...q 61.48 48.33 4290 60.88 +13.5 iShOilEq IEZ .86e 2.3 ...q 49.11 35.51 17 37.21 -18.1 iShDJ US IYY 2.01e 1.7 ...q 120.51 99.15 25 118.55 +5.8 iShO&GEx IEO 1.06e 1.8 ...q 70.34 52.82 56 57.48 -12.2 iShAggrAllo AOA .98e 1.9 ...q 51.37 43.77 68 50.72 +7.4 iShCrShUS s ISTB ... ... ... 51.04 49.69 55 50.26 +.5 iShEurope IEV 1.19e 2.7 ...q 45.46 34.52 815 44.88 +15.6 iShGroAllo AOR .81e 1.9 ...q 43.32 38.54 65 42.95 +5.8 iSRusMic IWC 1.08e 1.3 ...q 88.51 67.00 19 84.44 -1.6 iShModAllo AOM .71e 1.9 ...q 37.01 34.25 73 36.79 +4.4 iShMorMl bt IYLD 1.33e 5.0 ... 25.50 23.69 26 25.24 +3.8 iSMsciVal EFV 1.87e 3.6 ...q 52.94 39.87 394 52.29 +10.7 iSSCVal IJS 1.73e 1.3 ...q 144.90 110.26 166 134.88 -3.7 iShConsAllo AOK .64e 1.9 ...q 33.80 32.00 69 33.71 +3.6 iShEafeGr EFG 1.37e 1.9 ...q 74.27 61.05 114 73.73 +15.8 iShSCGrth IJT 1.41e .9 ...q 157.82 120.76 105 150.32 +.2 iShB3-18xF s IBCC ... ... ...q 24.94 24.58 12 24.63 iShiB3-20F s IBCD ... ... ...q 25.12 24.41 2 24.70 +.4 iShiB3-23x s IBCE ... ... ...q 25.77 23.90 3 24.64 +1.9 iShiB3-16 n IBDA ... ... ... iShBd3-18 s IBDB ... ... ...q 25.86 25.53 13 25.64 +.2 iShBd3-23 s IBDD ... ... ...q 28.39 25.88 69 26.75 +2.0 iShBd3-20 s IBDC ... ... ...q 26.70 25.90 3 26.26 +.6 iStar STAR ... ... 20 12.83 8.74 588 11.92 -3.6 iStar pfD STARpD 2.00 7.9 ... 25.20 22.45 5 25.16 +2.7 iStar pfE STARpE 1.97 7.9 ... 25.05 22.36 11 25.03 +3.2siStar pfF STARpF 1.95 7.8 ... 25.05 21.81 28 25.15 +3.1siStar pfG STARpG 1.91 7.6 ... 25.09 21.60 15 25.14 +4.1siStar pfI STARpI 1.87 7.5 ... 24.98 21.42 14 24.99 +4.1 ITT Inc ITT .50 1.3 16 44.00 30.06 916 38.65 +.2 iBio IBIO ... ... ...dd .80 .33 175 .37 -6.3 Idacorp IDA 2.20 2.6 21 86.46 70.51 199 83.32 +3.4 IDEX IEX 1.48f 1.4 27 106.29 77.93 282 105.57 +17.2 iGATE PTI ... ... ... 19.52 ITW ITW 2.60 1.9 23 142.82 98.32 1173 135.35 +10.5 Imax Corp IMAX ... ... 54 35.30 26.48 1270 27.10 -13.7 ImunC wt rs IMUC/WS ... ... ... 4.08 .13 .28 -60.0tImunoCll rs IMUC ... ... ... 11.96 1.16 56 1.15 -43.9 ImpacMtg IMH ... ... 4 18.50 12.04 81 15.48 +10.4tImpOil g IMO .64f ... 12 36.85 28.18 217 28.32 -18.5 IncOpR IOT ... ... 19 10.20 6.77 8.67 +18.8 IndCDrillg ICD ... ... ...dd 7.30 3.85 152 4.23 -36.9 IndepHld IHC .12f .7 16 21.23 15.34 7 17.70 -9.5 IndepRT IRT .72a 7.9 8 10.70 7.37 256 9.13 +2.4 IndiaFd IFN 1.82e 1.7 ...q 27.44 20.39 94 26.50 +23.9 IndiaGCap IGC ... ... ...dd .80 .19 82 .39 +40.0 IndoTel s TLK .67 ... ... 34.65 27.14 314 32.14 +10.2 IndBach IBA .87e 1.6 ... 56.10 45.32 31 54.05 +10.3 Infosys INFY .40e 2.6 16 19.76 13.42 4060 14.98 +1.0 InfrREIT n HIFR 1.00 5.3 18 19.50 14.59 184 19.01 +6.1tInfuSystem INFU ... ... ... 3.48 1.30 69 1.30 -49.0 IngerRd IR 1.60 1.8 20 90.18 59.10 1532 88.17 +17.5 Ingevity NGVT ... ... ... 65.02 24.71 362 56.76 +3.5 Ingredion INGR 2.00f 1.7 17 140.00 113.07 588 116.27 -7.0 InnovInd n IIPR ... ... ... 20.52 14.50 9 17.62 -3.1 Innsuites IHT .01 .5 ...dd 3.09 1.58 1 2.17 -3.6 Inphi IPHI ... ... 19 51.78 25.89 1084 37.09 -16.9 InsightS n INSI ... ... ... 20.45 18.64 15 19.74 +4.4 Insperity NSP 1.20f 1.5 21 93.65 64.55 229 79.65 +12.3 InspMD wt NSPR.WS ... ... ... .95 .11 .11 -82.5 InspMD rs NSPR ... ... ... 12.00 .54 249 .55 -78.0 InstlldBPd IBP ... ... 35 55.45 30.16 163 47.10 +14.0 InstFnMkts IFMI .08 6.2 7 1.65 .76 35 1.29 +8.4 Instructre n INST ... ... ... 26.92 16.55 261 26.35 +34.8 IntegerHl ITGR ... ... ...dd 41.80 18.10 226 39.05 +32.6 Intellichk IDN ... ... ...dd 4.14 1.20 23 3.65 +32.7 IntellgSys INS ... ... ...dd 4.85 3.17 1 3.85 -9.2 Intelsat I ... ... ... 5.87 2.12 508 3.08 +15.4 InterXion INXN ... ... ... 44.67 32.21 627 44.09 +25.7 IntcntlExc s ICE 1.42e 2.4 11 61.98 48.15 2207 58.59 +3.8 IntCtlHtls IHG ... ... ... 56.51 36.17 122 55.33 +19.5 IBM IBM 6.00f 4.0 12 182.79 142.50 3096 150.78 -9.2 IntFlav IFF 2.24 1.7 25 143.64 113.16 398 134.26 +13.9 IntlGmeT n IGT .80 3.9 ... 32.07 16.87 744 20.69 -18.9 IntMktCt n IMC ... ... ... IntPap IP 1.85 3.6 17 58.86 39.24 2704 50.82 -4.2 IntlSeaw n INSW ... ... ... 21.85 10.66 117 20.64 +47.0 IntTower g THM ... ... ...dd 1.40 .40 117 .53 -2.8 Interpublic IPG .72f 3.0 16 25.34 21.67 3265 24.17 +3.2 IntstP pfD IPLpD 1.28 4.8 ... 29.30 22.70 5 26.58 +9.2 inTestCorp INTT ... ... ... 8.35 3.48 93 8.20 +78.3 IntwstRsts SNOW ... ... 24 25.78 9.74 662 23.53 +31.8 IntPotash IPI ... ... ...dd 3.04 .93 1362 2.25 +8.2 Intrexon XON ... ... 32 32.90 18.41 768 24.28 -.1 Inuvo INUV ... ... 24 2.31 1.00 22 1.19 -28.7 Invacare IVC .05 .3 ...dd 16.65 8.00 458 14.65 +12.3 InvenSense INVN ... ... ...dd 13.00 5.50 12.99 +1.6 InvHiIn23 n IHIT ... ... ... 10.50 9.94 50 10.04 -1.9 InvAdvMu2 VKI .78 6.9 ...q 13.57 10.68 109 11.37 +1.7 Inv Bond VBF .83a 4.3 ...q 19.54 17.85 35 19.45 +5.2 InvCAVal VCV .79 6.3 ...q 14.83 11.78 108 12.51 +3.0 InvDynCrd VTA .90 7.4 ...q 12.59 10.79 213 12.10 -1.6 InvHiInc2 VLT 1.24 8.5 ...q 14.87 13.20 13 14.65 +2.8 Invsco iim IIM .84 5.6 ...q 17.92 14.16 134 14.88 +1.7 Invesco IVZ 1.16f 3.7 14 33.47 23.02 4191 31.24 +3.0 InvMtgCap IVR 1.60 10.2 10 16.67 13.24 970 15.66 +7.3 InvMtg pfA IVRpA 1.94 7.7 ... 26.39 23.90 5 25.34 +4.2 InvMtg pfB IVRpB 1.94 7.6 ... 26.25 23.76 13 25.42 +5.5 Invsco oia OIA .39 5.0 ...q 8.30 6.91 58 7.92 +10.5 InvMuOpTr VMO .88 6.8 ...q 15.13 12.27 170 13.01 +2.1 InvMuniTr VKQ .82 6.5 ...q 14.31 11.89 200 12.61 +2.9 InvPAVal VPV .79 6.4 ...q 14.69 11.83 87 12.28 +1.0 Invsco iqi IQI .76 6.1 ...q 14.12 12.01 173 12.52 +1.0 InvSrInco VVR .31 6.7 ...q 4.77 4.05 474 4.65 +.2 InvTrIG VGM .88 6.7 ...q 14.99 12.34 129 13.16 +3.2 InvTrNY VTN .85 6.3 ...q 16.68 13.01 105 13.57 +2.3 InvTech ITG .28 1.4 36 21.28 15.04 144 20.33 +3.0 InvRlEst IRET .52 8.9 58 7.28 5.60 679 5.84 -18.1 InvRlEst pf IRETp ... ... ... InvRET pfB IRETpB 1.99 7.9 ... 26.54 24.96 1 25.31 -.3 Invitae n NVTA ... ... ...dd 11.88 5.76 539 8.90 +12.1 InvitHm n INVH .06p ... ... 22.15 19.80 1085 21.65 +8.3 iPBetaCmd BCM ... ... ...q 28.17 25.29 1 26.32 -3.4 iPS&PWtd SBV ... ... ...q 21.95 20.27 20.27 -7.5 iPBtaCocoa CHOC ... ... ...q 47.10 26.41 3 31.31 -1.9 iPBetaCoff CAFE ... ... ...q 17.80 12.48 4 12.66 -7.3 iPBetaCttn CTNN ... ... ...q 32.94 24.27 31.22 +6.7 iPBetaSug SGAR ... ... ...q 36.77 26.29 26.33 -15.4 iPBetaAlu FOIL ... ... ...q 27.05 21.92 26.52 +11.8 iPBetaCopp CUPM ... ... ...q 31.00 22.86 28.01 +1.0 iPBetaLead LEDD ... ... ...q 41.08 31.51 35.82 +2.3 iPBetaNick NINI ... ... ...q 19.83 15.07 15.25 -9.9 iPBetaCrOil OLEM ... ... ...q 18.17 13.76 0 14.56 -16.1 iPBetaNGs DCNG ... ... ...q 21.43 17.11 20.38 +.4tiPBetaAgri DIRT ... ... ...q 37.53 30.95 1 30.89 -4.3 iPGrains WEET ... ... ...q 40.89 32.05 0 32.19 -3.7 iPBetaSfts GRWN ... ... ...q 28.87 23.38 24.88 +.3 iPBetaIMet HEVY ... ... ...q 28.71 24.35 27.05 iPBetaEgy ONG ... ... ...q 18.62 14.93 16.33 -12.3 iPBtaLvstk LSTK ... ... ...q 45.14 33.31 44.13 +12.1 iPBtaPrMt BLNG ... ... ...q 37.74 29.84 31.72 +5.2 iP LXR2K RTLA ... ... ...q 201.05 180.00 201.05 +11.7 iPathLong SFLA ... ... ... 236.94 188.76 214.83 +4.0 iPLgEEmM EMLB ... ... ...q 98.25 62.00 98.25 +58.5 IronMtn IRM 2.20 6.2 26 41.50 30.75 2393 35.41 +9.0 iShItaly rs EWI ... ... ...q 28.55 19.62 1030 28.06 +15.9 iShJapan rs EWJ ... ... ...q 52.91 44.60 5098 52.62 +7.7 iSMlasia rs EWM ... ... ...q 34.20 27.58 1014 31.77 +13.2 iShSing rs EWS ... ... ...q 23.83 19.86 307 23.56 +18.2 iSTaiwn rs EWT ... ... ...q 34.73 25.84 5694 34.09 +16.1 iSh UK rs EWU ... ... ...q 34.66 27.60 3685 34.48 +12.3 iSh0-5IGCp SLQD .79 1.6 ...q 52.09 49.91 20 50.55 +.7 iShEnUSLCp IELG ... ... ... iShCmdOpT CMDT ... ... ...q 37.74 32.08 35.51 -3.1 iShCvBd ICVT .67e ... ...q 52.89 43.73 3 52.23 +7.4 iShCorEM IEMG 1.09e 2.2 ...q 50.49 38.86 16777 48.84 +15.1 iShEnhUSCp IESM ... ... ... iShColomC ICOL .43e 3.0 ...q 14.73 11.50 11 14.14 +9.3 iShFSIntSC ISCF .12p ... ...q 28.36 22.70 0 27.96 +16.5 iShFacSIntl INTF .17p ... ...q 26.47 20.95 13 26.21 +12.8 iShArgGl n AGT ... ... ... 27.04 24.94 6 25.49 +2.2 iShFS USA LRGF .19e ... ...q 28.62 22.96 92 27.97 +4.7 iShFSUsaSC SMLF .23e ... ...q 36.78 28.62 2 35.03 -1.1 iShEnhInSC IEIS ... ... ... iShFacSGbl ACWF .11p ... ...q 26.83 22.27 1 26.37 +9.4 iSh iBd23 n IBML ... ... ... 25.44 25.10 2 25.42 +1.1 iShMgRE rs REM ... ... ...q 47.69 38.98 178 45.08 +7.2 iShExpoTc XT .14p ... ...q 31.59 22.88 97 31.06 +16.0 iSh0-5HYCp SHYG 2.38 5.0 ...q 48.04 45.45 480 47.77 +.9 iShsEnhLC IEIL ... ... ... iShDvlValu IVLU ... ... ...q 24.45 18.86 56 24.08 +8.9 iSh 3-10yr n IMTB ... ... ... 51.95 48.36 3 49.68 +2.0 iShSaudi KSA ... ... ... 25.84 19.81 7 24.97 -1.1 iSh MinVl n SMMV ... ... ... 27.62 23.65 1 26.93 +3.7 iShIntDevM IMTM .30p ... ...q 28.23 23.88 3 27.89 +12.4 iShIntDevQ IQLT .55p ... ...q 27.92 23.16 9 27.64 +12.8 iShLwCarb CRBN .94p ... ...q 109.15 87.26 8 106.53 +10.2 iShShMBd bt NEAR .35 ... ...q iShDvlSize ISZE ... ... ...q 26.22 23.42 26.21 +11.9 iShCHdEM HEEM 1.26e 2.0 ... 23.93 19.66 31 23.42 +10.4 iShMsciChA CNYA ... ... ... 27.92 24.52 1 25.98 +5.1siSh IntDvGr IGRO ... ... ... 55.66 45.50 4 54.84 +12.1 iShMultiTc TCHF ... ... ... 35.55 27.20 1 34.94 +15.8 iShMultInd INDF ... ... ... 29.96 25.42 29.38 +4.9 iShMultHl HCRF ... ... ... 28.44 24.50 0 28.03 +11.8 iShiB20Mun IBMI .24 ... ...q iShMultMat MATF ... ... ... 30.09 25.54 29.50 +6.2 iSh MultFin FNCF ... ... ... 32.47 24.11 1 30.32 +.7 iShMultiEn ERGF ... ... ... 29.12 24.50 0 25.05 -10.9 iShIntHdHi HYGH 4.56 5.0 ...q 92.18 82.40 7 90.55 +1.1 iShCHAust HAUD 1.81p ... ...q 24.37 21.16 23.57 +3.0 iShCTotBd s IUSB ... ... ...q 53.76 49.81 50 50.92 +1.3 iSh MultCnS CNSF ... ... ... 26.26 23.92 1 25.22 +3.8 iShCDivGr DGRO .65e 2.1 ...q 31.09 25.87 547 30.47 +5.4 iSh MulConD CNDF ... ... ... 28.25 24.30 28.00 +5.5 iSh MultUt UTLF ... ... ... 27.14 24.10 26.29 +4.0 iShCHEmu HEZU .64e 1.7 ...q 30.57 22.25 3238 29.84 +12.2 iShGblReit REET .94e 3.7 ...q 28.84 24.19 47 25.27 +.1 iSh AdapJp DEWJ .18p ... ... 26.01 22.68 26.01 +.3 iSh AdapC DEFA .48p ... ... 26.20 21.82 25.86 +5.2 iSh AdapEu DEZU .56p ... ... 27.65 20.92 27.44 +15.0 iShCoreInt IAGG ... ... ... 54.18 50.99 22 52.01 +.3 iShEurSC HEUS ... ... ...q 28.35 22.86 28.31 +16.6 iShCorePac IPAC 1.06e 2.0 ...q 53.62 44.91 39 53.32 +9.2 iShEurMV HEUV .98 3.9 ...q 25.92 21.60 25.02 +11.6 iShCHGer HEWG .68e 1.6 ...q 29.07 21.13 337 28.50 +10.3 iShIntHdCp LQDH 2.76 2.9 ...q 95.12 90.86 8 94.40 +.4 iShCHCda HEWC 1.41e 1.8 ...q 25.88 22.49 2 24.94 -.2 iShJpMinV JPMV .70e 1.1 ...q 62.56 56.89 16 62.30 +9.5 iShEafeMV HEFV ... ... ...q 27.03 23.89 5 26.85 +9.2 iShEuMinV EUMV .67e 2.7 ...q 25.00 20.51 14 24.72 +16.5 iShCHNk400 HJPX .19p ... ...q 26.68 20.30 0 26.19 -.3 iShCorEur IEUR 1.18e 2.5 ...q 47.80 36.31 369 47.23 +16.1 iShxJMinV AXJV .84p ... ...q 51.33 28.29 0 32.70 +12.6 iSh2022Mu IBMK .09e ... ...q 26.54 24.98 10 26.09 +3.0 iShYdOpBd BYLD .75 3.0 ...q 25.35 24.45 2 25.02 +1.5 iSh2021Mu IBMJ .07e ... ...q 26.27 24.92 12 25.87 +2.3 iSHgxUSHY HHYX .67e ... ...q 27.04 24.14 0 27.00 +3.4 iShRussia rs ERUS ... ... ...q 35.08 25.30 481 30.69 -8.4 iSCHeafe HEFA .70e 1.6 ...q 28.86 22.42 1624 28.37 +8.6 iShCHMex HEWW 1.41p ... ...q 24.01 19.99 21.15 +3.6 iShH10yCBd CLYH .31e ... ...q 25.34 23.59 17 24.99 +.4 iShCHSpain HEWP .31p ... ...q 24.63 16.72 6 23.47 +17.4 iShHEmBd EMBH .30e ... ...q 26.32 24.08 0 25.86 +2.7 iShCHItaly HEWI .55p ... ...q 19.21 13.45 4 16.70 +10.5 iShShMMu MEAR .27e ... ...q 52.06 49.65 8 50.02 +.5 iSCHEafSC HSCZ .19p ... ...q 28.71 21.94 6 28.21 +10.5 iShUSFxBal INC 2.20e ... ...q 99.43 iShCHAcxUs HAWX 1.38e 4.2 ...q 26.63 20.80 13 25.10 +8.6 iShGbMM rs PICK ... ... ... 30.75 18.30 35 26.28 +2.1 iShCHAcwi HACW .94e 2.3 ...q 26.98 22.49 26.58 +7.1 iShGblGld rs RING ... ... ...q 26.78 15.48 491 18.59 +8.5 iShTrFRBd TFLO .07e .1 ...q 50.21 50.06 1 50.21 +.1 iShCH UK HEWU .24p ... ...q 26.21 21.60 17 24.28 +7.3 iSh ESG Sl ESGE ... ... ... 64.51 52.75 10 62.50 +15.2 iShCHSwitz HEWL 1.43e 2.3 ...q 27.20 22.04 5 26.67 +13.3 iShEMktMV HEMV ... ... ...q 25.42 23.26 25.09 +6.2 iShLqdty bt ICSH .25e .5 ...q 50.25 49.87 5 50.08 +.3 iShCHJpn HEWJ .74e .6 ...q 29.43 22.14 1092 28.70 +3.2 iShCHSoK HEWY .48p ... ...q 28.47 23.09 4 28.16 +15.8 iShFacEmg EMGF .13p ... ...q 42.55 32.45 17 40.88 +15.2 iSh iBd26 n IBDR ... ... ... 25.45 23.56 15 24.49 +2.4 iSiBd12-18 s IBDH .30 1.2 ...q 25.49 25.04 39 25.19 +.2 iSiBd12-16 s IBDF .13 .5 ...q 25.17 24.77 25.04 iSiBd12-20 s IBDL .62e 2.4 ...q 26.00 25.03 37 25.54 +1.2 iSiBd12-17 s IBDJ .22e ... ...q 25.15 24.80 22 24.85 -.1 iSiBd12-19 s IBDK .37e ... ...q 25.56 24.74 55 24.99 +.4 iSiBd12-23 s IBDO .56e ... ...q 25.99 24.33 45 25.22 +2.0 iSiBd12-22 s IBDN .55e ... ...q 26.00 24.43 39 25.19 +1.6 iSiBd12-25 s IBDQ .64e ... ...q 25.99 24.08 21 25.03 +2.8 iSiBd12-24 s IBDP .63e ... ...q 26.10 24.17 21 25.08 +2.5 iSiBd12-21 s IBDM .47e ... ...q 25.66 24.45 64 25.02 +1.3 IsoRay ISR ... ... ...dd 1.06 .48 83 .59 +1.7 IsraelChm ICL .27e 6.4 ... 4.85 3.52 384 4.23 +2.9 IssuerDir ISDR .20 1.6 40 12.50 5.73 4 12.30 +36.7 ItauCorpb ITCB 2.48e 18.0 ... 14.70 11.14 13 13.80 +10.9 ItauUnibH ITUB .32e 3.1 ... 13.65 7.91 71367 10.22 -.5 IvyHiInOp IVH 1.50a 9.5 ...q 16.07 12.99 69 15.83 +7.2J -JAlexHld n JAX ... ... 21 11.45 8.35 20 10.90 +1.4tJJill n JILL ... ... ... 14.40 11.10 384 11.02 -14.9 JMP Grp JMP .36 6.7 11 7.00 5.19 17 5.36 -12.7 JMP Gp 23 JMPB 2.00 7.8 ... 25.87 24.79 25.65 +1.6 JMP Grp21 JMPC 1.81 7.2 ... 26.09 24.39 6 25.28 +.6 JPMCh pfE JPMpE 1.58 5.8 ... 28.05 25.21 21 27.26 +5.0 JPMCh pfD JPMpD 1.38 5.4 ... 26.41 23.86 22 25.61 +4.1 JPMDvsRt JPGE .96e 1.7 ...q 56.44 48.24 4 56.00 +10.1 JPMIntEq JPIN 1.08e 2.0 ...q 55.61 46.27 47 55.33 +13.1 JPMDvREm JPEM 1.31p ... ...q 53.02 41.76 19 51.11 +10.4 JPM DREq JPUS .26p ... ...q 64.59 54.60 17 63.43 +7.1 JPM DivInt JPIH ... ... ... 28.88 24.50 1 28.51 +8.8 JPMDsfEu JPEU ... ... ... 57.19 46.48 1 56.63 +16.0 JPM DivEu JPEH ... ... ... 27.76 24.74 27.76 +4.3 JPM DivAlt JPHF ... ... ... 30.69 25.00 2 26.02 +1.4 JPM GlB n JPGB ... ... ... 50.79 50.10 50.79 +1.2 JPM Disc n JPHY ... ... ... 52.12 49.82 1 51.44 +1.5 JPM USMid JPME ... ... ... 58.77 50.50 15 57.39 +6.0 JPMorgCh JPM 1.92 2.3 14 93.98 57.05 22408 83.96 -2.7 JPMCh wt JPM/WS ... ... ... 52.40 16.40 18 43.20 -2.4 JPMCh pfA JPMpA 1.36 5.3 ... 26.86 23.90 23 25.60 +3.8 JPMCh pfB JPMpB 1.68 6.1 ... 28.88 25.80 32 27.34 +1.7 JPMAlerian AMJ 2.29 7.4 ...q 34.41 28.55 1271 30.88 -2.3 JPMCh pfY JPMpF 1.53 5.7 ... 27.94 25.00 54 26.93 +6.2 JPMCh pfG JPMpG 1.52 5.7 ... 27.89 24.80 28 27.01 +6.5 JPM FTLgC JFT ... ... ...q 42.00 JPMCh pfH JPMpH 1.54 5.7 ... 27.90 25.18 42 26.94 +5.3 JPM China JFC .97e 1.8 ...q 19.77 13.96 16 19.60 +25.8 JRJR Ntw JRJR ... ... ...dd 1.29 .38 87 .48 -36.0 Jabil JBL .32 1.1 20 29.86 17.27 3423 28.23 +19.3 JacobsEng JEC .60 1.2 18 63.42 47.14 1334 51.40 -9.8 JaggedPk n JAG ... ... ... 15.08 10.96 645 13.06 -9.9 JHardie s JHX .39e 2.6 69 17.30 13.90 29 14.88 -6.4 JanTailRsk TRSK .24e .8 ...q 29.58 25.98 29.25 +5.5 AlpVSVolLC SPXH .51e 1.6 ...q 33.44 27.50 4 32.79 +7.1 JanusCap JNS .44 3.1 17 16.62 11.96 1840 14.12 +6.4sJpnSmCap JOF .13e 1.2 ...q 11.20 9.43 38 11.18 +15.0 Jarden JAH ... ... 53 58.97 JeldWen n JELD ... ... ... 34.40 25.60 414 30.85 +18.4 JernignC n JCAP 1.40 6.4 11 24.71 13.32 83 21.99 +4.5 JinkoSolar JKS ... ... 4 24.04 12.72 391 17.25 +13.3 JBeanTch JBT .40 .5 40 93.55 57.47 254 83.70 -2.6 JHMultLgC JHML .10p ... ...q 31.38 25.69 27 30.91 +6.4 JH MultMdC JHMM .08p ... ...q 33.00 24.99 14 30.30 +5.6 JH MultCns JHMC .07p ... ...q 29.53 23.73 3 27.51 +5.9 JH MultFin JHMF .08p ... ...q 33.34 22.86 4 30.87 +.8 JH MultHltC JHMH .05p ... ...q 33.88 24.50 2 28.41 +10.0 JH MultTch JHMT .09p ... ...q 36.34 25.31 6 35.45 +15.2 JH MultEn JHME ... ... ... 31.57 25.37 2 27.08 -10.8 JH MultMat JHMA ... ... ... 31.46 25.60 0 30.00 +4.3 JH MultDev JHMD ... ... ... 28.20 24.73 4 28.04 +12.5 JH MultUt JHMU ... ... ... 27.79 23.92 27.01 +7.0 JH MulCnSt JHMS ... ... ... 28.33 24.31 26.30 +4.9 JH MultInd JHMI ... ... ... 30.78 24.83 2 30.00 +5.2 JH HedgEq HEQ 1.50 8.9 ...q 17.04 14.27 70 16.76 +6.6 JH TxAdY HTY 1.28 13.5 ...q 11.37 8.47 33 9.47 -2.7 JohnJn JNJ 3.20 2.5 19 129.00 109.32 6358 126.97 +10.2 JohnContl n JCI 1.08e 2.6 28 46.17 37.68 4490 41.77 +1.4 JonesEngy JONE ... ... ...dd 4.91 1.75 604 2.25 -51.1 JonesLL JLL .70f .6 14 126.80 86.62 132 110.54 +9.4tJumei Intl JMEI ... ... 35 6.19 3.00 624 3.11 -37.9 JnprNtwk JNPR .40 1.4 18 30.96 21.18 6961 29.59 +4.7 Jupai n JP .08p ... 8 9.87 7.49 38 8.03 -7.8 JustEngy g JE .41 ... 14 6.77 4.86 557 5.31 -2.7 JustEn pfA JEpA ... ... ... 27.70 24.05 18 25.97 +4.2K -K12 LRN ... ... 61 21.18 10.17 191 19.36 +12.8 KAR Auct KAR 1.28 3.0 21 47.03 38.16 557 42.69 +.2 KB FnclGp KB ... ... ... 48.68 26.45 334 46.36 +31.4 KB Home KBH .10 .5 18 21.58 12.72 1566 20.99 +32.8 KBR Inc KBR .32 2.2 ...dd 17.95 12.08 1407 14.47 -13.3 KCAPFn 19 KAP 1.84 7.2 ... 25.96 24.67 2 25.54 +.1 KCG Hldg KCG ... ... 6 19.96 12.21 578 19.82 +49.6 KKR KKR 1.31e 7.2 9 19.30 11.63 2324 18.14 +17.9 KKR pfA KKR.PRA ... ... ... 27.63 25.12 23 26.90 +6.4 KKR pf B KKRpB 1.63 ... ... KKRFn pfS KFNp 1.84 7.1 ... 27.72 25.35 9 25.99 +.1 KKR Inco KIO 1.50a 8.7 ...q 17.74 14.63 43 17.29 +7.9 KKR RE n KREF ... ... ... 22.80 21.51 44 22.51 +1.8 KMG Chm KMG .12 .2 30 57.56 20.95 91 55.84 +43.6 KT Corp KT ... ... ... 17.24 13.34 1236 15.95 +13.2 Kadant KAI .84 1.2 22 75.95 47.50 70 69.25 +13.2tKadmon n KDMN ... ... ... 10.48 2.35 102 2.34 -56.3 Kaman KAMN .80f 1.7 19 53.41 40.47 263 47.74 -2.4 KCSo pf KSUp 1.00 3.6 ... 31.10 25.45 0 27.56 -3.7 KC Southn KSU 1.32 1.5 19 100.69 79.05 1064 90.17 +6.3 KapStoneP KS .40 2.0 18 24.98 12.14 1420 19.93 -9.6 KateSpade KATE ... ... 18 24.24 14.02 3212 18.42 -1.3 KaynAEnD KED 1.60m 8.8 ...dd 20.47 16.71 29 18.13 -6.7 KA EngTR KYE 1.32m 11.6 ...q 13.05 9.72 161 11.41 -3.4 KA MLP KYN 2.20 11.6 ...q 22.15 17.97 541 18.98 -3.1 KAMLP pfF KYNpF .88 3.4 ... 26.01 25.06 5 25.51 +.7 KAMidsEn KMF 1.80m 11.8 ...q 17.04 13.01 89 15.26 -4.0 KeanGrp n FRAC ... ... ... 22.93 12.42 758 14.63 -32.4 Kellogg K 2.08 3.0 17 87.16 68.67 2395 70.08 -4.9 KelsoTch g KIQ .03f 4.1 ... 1.44 .52 0 .74 -22.9 Kemet KEM ... ... 30 14.65 2.46 593 13.41 +102.3 Kemper KMPR .96 2.6 ...cc 45.95 29.62 184 37.25 -15.9 Kemper 54 KMPA 1.84 6.9 ... 28.60 25.20 2 26.78 +2.4 Kennamtl KMT .80 2.2 31 43.09 20.40 866 37.15 +18.8 KennWil 42 KWN 1.68 6.6 ... 27.70 24.98 1 25.64 +.1 KennWils KW .68f 3.3 30 23.77 17.29 418 20.30 -1.0 KenonHld n KEN ... ... ... 13.26 8.81 1 12.09 +3.8 KeyEngy KEG ... ... ... 38.00 19.01 93 20.24 -36.7 Keycorp KEY .34 1.9 18 19.53 10.21 10540 17.68 -3.2 Keycorp pfI KEYpI ... ... ... 29.09 25.60 15 28.70 +9.7 Keysight KEYS ... ... 16 39.49 26.87 818 37.45 +2.4 KilroyR KRC 1.50 2.1 15 78.33 61.49 521 71.88 -1.8 Kilroy pfH KRCpH 1.59 6.3 ... 26.29 24.55 8 25.25 +.9 KimbRoy n KRP .23p ... ... 20.89 18.06 18 18.89 -8.5 KimbClk KMB 3.88 3.1 21 138.87 111.30 1789 126.72 +11.0 Kimco KIM 1.08f 5.9 15 32.24 17.91 7166 18.21 -27.6 Kimco pfI KIMpI 1.50 6.0 ... 26.71 24.01 17 25.06 +2.9 Kimco pfJ KIMpJ 1.38 5.5 ... 26.69 22.61 10 25.04 +7.1 Kimco pfK KIMpK 1.41 5.6 ... 26.85 22.56 6 25.06 +7.0 KindMorg KMI .50 2.6 65 23.36 17.07 14080 19.45 -6.1 KindrM wt KMI/WS ... ... ... .04 .00 2013 .00 -83.3tKindM pfA KMIpA ... ... ... 51.40 43.40 214 43.29 -11.0 KindredHlt KND .48 4.8 18 12.84 5.65 861 10.00 +27.4 Kingsway KFS ... ... ...dd 6.50 4.37 28 6.25 Kinross g KGC ... ... 60 5.81 2.88 19479 4.21 +35.4 KirbyCp KEX ... ... 21 74.50 50.80 314 66.00 -.8 KiteRlty pf KRGp 2.06 8.2 ... 25.03 KiteRlty KRG 1.21 6.5 6 30.45 17.74 1270 18.64 -20.6 KlondexM g KLDX ... ... ... 6.03 3.10 950 3.36 -28.1 KnightTr KNX .24 .7 24 38.80 24.79 1426 32.05 -3.0 Knoll Inc KNL .60 2.7 14 28.40 20.37 240 22.18 -20.6 KnotOffsh KNOP 2.08 9.3 ... 24.68 16.56 62 22.30 -5.5 Knowles KN ... ... 23 19.90 12.57 847 17.36 +3.9 Kohls KSS 2.20 5.9 12 59.67 34.10 4157 37.05 -25.0 Koppers KOP 1.00 2.7 14 45.85 24.20 119 37.00 -8.2 KoreaElc KEP ... ... ... 28.37 17.36 915 18.34 -.8 KoreaEqt KEF .30e 1.3 ...q 9.58 7.22 22 9.41 +27.0 KoreaFd KF 4.50e ... ...q 40.76 30.25 16 39.96 +25.3 KornFer KFY .40 1.3 14 33.27 18.57 225 31.66 +7.6 KosmosEn KOS ... ... ...dd 7.48 4.39 3499 6.97 -.6 KrNwChin s KFYP ... ... ...q 35.56 25.54 0 34.70 +19.7 KranChinA KBA 9.93e ... ...q 30.55 26.55 78 27.84 +4.1 KraneChCm KCNY .22e .7 ...q 33.77 31.88 1 32.79 +2.7 KranShFtse KEMP ... ... ...q 23.72 20.42 0 22.85 +11.6 KratonCp KRA ... ... 25 37.50 24.95 362 34.14 +19.9 Kroger s KR .48 1.7 14 37.97 28.29 10983 29.09 -15.7 KronosWw KRO .60 3.1 27 19.96 4.70 465 19.27 +61.4 Kyocera KYO ... ... ... 61.50 46.36 12 58.88 +18.3L -L Brands LB 2.40f 4.8 14 79.67 43.04 8467 49.69 -24.5 L-3 Tch LLL 3.00f 1.9 21 179.95 132.38 783 160.69 +5.6 LCI Inds LCII 2.00e ... 19 117.15 73.28 114 90.15 -16.3 LG Display LPL ... ... ... 14.36 9.84 452 12.96 +.9 LGL Grp LGL ... ... 18 5.83 3.05 17 4.73 -5.8 LMP CapIn SCD 1.24f 8.9 ...q 14.80 12.16 30 14.01 +5.4 LSB Inds LXU ... ... ...dd 15.40 4.52 374 8.37 -.6 LSC Com LKSD .25p ... ... 37.40 17.00 208 21.75 -26.7 LTC Prp LTC 2.28f 4.7 16 54.20 43.17 162 48.26 +2.7 LaQuinta LQ ... ... 31 15.39 9.73 1639 13.78 -3.0 LaZBoy LZB .44 1.6 17 32.90 22.09 223 27.05 -12.9 LabCp LH ... ... 17 146.63 119.51 705 138.26 +7.7 LadderCap LADR 1.20 8.7 9 15.53 11.34 361 13.81 +.7 LadThalFn LTS ... ... ...dd 2.87 1.63 202 2.20 -9.8 LadTh pfA LTSpA 2.00 8.0 ... 25.50 22.45 11 25.12 +4.9 LambWst n LW .75 1.7 ... 44.71 28.75 1064 43.94 +16.1 Landauer LDR 1.10 2.0 34 55.80 37.89 24 53.70 +11.6 Lannett LCI ... ... 6 39.99 16.75 1010 19.85 -10.0 LaredoPet LPI ... ... 16 16.47 9.20 4905 12.61 -10.8 LVSands LVS 2.92f 5.1 26 63.38 41.45 3563 56.85 +6.4 LaSalleH LHO 1.80 6.3 9 31.87 21.56 1077 28.39 -6.8 LaSalH pfI LHOpI 1.59 6.2 ... 26.92 23.75 2 25.57 +6.2 LaSalHt pfJ LHOpJ 1.58 6.1 ... 27.24 23.21 4 25.84 +11.0 Latam Air LTM ... ... ... 13.72 5.81 1059 11.05 +35.1 LatAmDisc LDF .03e .3 ...q 11.41 8.35 72 10.21 +9.9 LattDvMkt RODM .62e 2.3 ...q 27.22 22.09 18 26.71 +11.8 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last 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LattEmMkt ROAM .43e 1.9 ...q 23.53 19.96 14 22.85 +11.0 Latt RE n RORE ... ... ... 16.26 13.88 2 14.89 -.4 LattUSEqt ROUS .39e ... ...q 27.57 22.51 9 26.82 +3.6 LattGblSC ROGS .57e 2.1 ...q 28.25 23.11 27.78 +7.1 LazGlobTR LGI .95 6.0 ...q 15.99 12.30 34 15.73 +14.5 Lazard LAZ 1.64f 3.8 6 47.09 26.21 981 43.56 +6.0sLazWldDiv LOR .69 6.4 ...q 10.93 8.54 37 10.75 +8.5 LeafGrp LFGR ... ... ...dd 9.35 5.10 27 8.05 +22.9 LearCorp LEA 2.00f 1.4 12 149.00 97.35 537 141.92 +7.2 Lee Ent LEE ... ... 5 3.92 1.74 520 1.95 -32.8 LeggMason LM 1.28f 3.4 39 38.99 27.54 1437 37.46 +25.2 LegMas56 n LMHA ... ... ... 27.87 23.51 17 26.37 +5.0 LegM 5,4 56 LMHB ... ... ... 25.38 20.81 98 24.05 +11.3 LMGblInco BWG 1.32a 10.2 ...q 14.11 11.36 122 12.88 +8.9 LM IntLoV LVHI ... ... ... 28.99 23.96 23 28.47 +9.6 LM EM LoV LVHE ... ... ... 28.60 25.18 27.29 +6.0 LeggPlat LEG 1.44f 2.9 20 54.97 44.02 1769 50.10 +2.5 LeGS3.5s34 JBK 1.59 6.6 ... 24.93 20.44 8 23.94 +8.6 LehTOY21 XKE .78 9.8 ... 9.16 6.51 1 7.94 -5.5 LeidosHld LDOS 1.28a 2.5 15 55.25 33.23 1022 51.53 +.8 LejuHldgs LEJU .20e ... 15 5.47 2.97 73 3.06 -36.3 LendingClb LC ... ... ...dd 6.79 4.03 3822 5.55 +5.7 LennarA LEN .16 .3 13 53.79 39.68 1810 51.10 +19.0 LennarB LEN/B .16 .4 ... 44.14 32.09 9 42.90 +24.3sLennox LII 1.72 1.0 23 172.96 132.37 366 171.70 +12.1 LeucNatl LUK .25 1.0 ...cc 27.34 15.48 1792 24.62 +5.9 Level3 LVLT ... ... 32 61.42 44.01 1771 59.03 +4.7 LexRltyTr LXP .70 7.4 12 11.42 9.06 1252 9.52 -11.9 LexRT pfC LXPpC 3.25 6.5 ... 53.85 49.71 1 50.23 +.7tLibbey LBY .47f 5.8 10 20.76 8.11 225 8.08 -58.5 LbtyASE USA .52e 9.5 ...q 5.61 4.76 557 5.47 +6.0 LbtyASG ASG .38e 8.2 ...q 4.78 3.88 74 4.64 +11.0 LibtProp LPT 1.60m 3.9 19 42.26 35.72 1050 40.71 +3.1 LifeStorg LSI 3.80 5.1 15 109.89 72.08 381 74.56 -12.5 LightInBox LITB ... ... ...dd 3.59 2.10 11 2.28 -23.2 LilisEn n LLEX ... ... ... 5.69 3.41 271 5.23 +17.8 LincNat LNC 1.16 1.8 9 73.31 35.27 1797 64.59 -2.5 LincNtl wt LNC/WS ... ... ... 69.23 27.00 0 61.20 +.3 Lindsay LNN 1.16 1.4 62 89.98 65.80 79 82.79 +11.0 LineCp n LN ... ... ... 51.48 30.90 305 34.16 +.4 LionsGat A LGF/A ... ... ... 29.03 24.27 319 24.86 -7.6tLionsGat B LGF/B ... ... ... 27.14 22.53 250 22.72 -7.4 LiqTech LIQT ... ... ...dd .99 .31 52 .37 -42.2 LithiaMot LAD 1.00 1.1 12 105.32 68.70 234 90.05 -7.0 LiveNatn LYV ... ... ...cc 35.13 22.20 1185 33.98 +27.7 LloydBkg LYG .47a 12.5 ... 4.42 2.47 7055 3.79 +22.3 LoanCore n LCRT ... ... ... LoanDpt n LDI ... ... ... LockhdM LMT 7.28 2.7 20 276.64 228.50 1225 267.32 +7.0 Loews L .25 .5 16 48.05 38.17 879 46.05 -1.7 LaPac LPX ... ... 19 26.93 15.74 2305 22.66 +19.7 Lowes LOW 1.40 1.7 21 86.25 64.87 4436 84.05 +18.2tLubys LUB ... ... ...dd 5.10 2.65 40 2.62 -38.8 LumberLiq LL ... ... ...dd 26.90 11.60 1074 26.21 +66.5 LuxferHld LXFR .50 4.1 ... 13.50 9.28 31 12.31 +13.0 Luxoft LXFT ... ... 31 66.18 46.58 88 64.65 +15.0 Luxottica LUX .78e 1.3 ... 60.98 44.85 50 60.12 +12.0 Lydall LDL ... ... 18 64.85 36.85 100 50.00 -19.2 LyonBas A LYB 3.40 4.2 10 97.64 69.82 3096 80.41 -6.3M -M&T Bk MTB 3.00f 1.9 19 173.72 108.04 864 157.08 +.4 M&T Bk wt MTB/WS ... ... ... 99.00 35.27 83.00 M&TBk pfA MTBp 63.75 6.1 ... 1095.55 1015.00 0 1039.98 -5.1 M&TBk pfC MTBpC 63.75 6.0 ... 1215.01 1000.00 1055.00 -.2 MAG Slv g MAG ... ... ...dd 18.12 9.50 382 12.15 +10.2 MBIA MBI ... ... 44 11.65 6.34 1839 7.85 -26.6 MDC MDC 1.00 2.9 17 35.99 21.00 956 34.19 +33.2 MDU Res MDU .77 3.0 22 29.92 21.45 642 26.01 -9.6 MFA Fncl MFA .80 9.9 11 8.52 6.83 1712 8.12 +6.4 MFA Fn42 MFO 2.00 7.8 ... 27.87 24.80 4 25.69 MFA pfB MFApB 1.88 7.4 ... 26.09 23.36 9 25.45 +5.0 MFC Bcp MFCB ... ... ...dd 2.43 1.43 11 1.66 -14.9 MFS CAMu CCA .60 5.2 ...q 14.99 11.05 3 11.57 +2.8 MCR MCR .72a 8.3 ...q 8.75 8.08 149 8.63 +1.3 MGF MGF .41 8.3 ...q 5.51 4.84 78 4.93 -2.2 MFS HInM CXE .30 5.8 ...q 5.59 4.70 46 5.13 +4.7 MFS HYMu CMU .28 6.0 ...q 5.19 4.27 31 4.62 +4.5 MFS IHI CIF .25 9.2 ...q 2.73 2.38 53 2.70 +4.7 MIN MIN .42 9.9 ...q 4.69 4.21 178 4.28 -3.6 MFS InvG CXH .50 5.0 ...q 10.77 9.09 7 10.01 +6.8 MMT MMT .52 8.5 ...q 6.29 5.62 150 6.14 +1.3 MFM MFM .38 5.4 ...q 7.63 6.51 38 7.09 +6.9 MFV MFV .58 9.7 ...q 6.24 5.28 6 5.97 +7.2 MGIC Inv MTG ... ... 11 11.35 5.36 2613 10.59 +3.9 MGMGrPr n MGP .65 ... ... 28.97 22.51 284 28.28 +11.7 MGM Rsts MGM .39p ... 27 32.28 21.31 6954 30.96 +7.4 MI Homes MHO ... ... 14 29.42 17.00 273 28.32 +12.5 MI Hm pfA MHOpA ... ... ... 26.05 24.03 0 25.90 +1.4 MPG pfA MPGpA ... ... ... 25.85 MPLX LP MPLX 2.16f 6.3 ...dd 39.43 30.09 2182 34.56 -.2 MRC Glbl MRC ... ... ...dd 22.52 11.50 654 19.54 -3.6 MSA Safety MSA 1.28 1.7 30 82.12 47.73 130 77.49 +11.8 MSC Ind MSM 1.80 2.1 21 105.70 67.74 777 83.76 -9.3 MSCI Inc MSCI 1.12 1.2 34 109.29 71.51 471 97.26 +23.5 MSG Netw MSGN ... ... 9 25.30 14.73 817 21.25 -1.2 MV OilTr MVO .64e 10.5 5 7.35 5.05 6 6.10 -2.1 MVC Cap MVC .54a 6.2 ...q 9.25 7.88 43 8.75 +2.0 MVCCap 23 MVCB 1.81 7.1 ... 26.00 24.53 2 25.51 +1.3 MacQUtlDv MFD 1.20 9.3 ...q 13.34 10.81 102 12.93 +13.4 MacQGInf MGU 1.48 6.2 ...q 24.01 18.33 25 23.73 +20.3 Macerich MAC 2.84 4.9 18 94.51 56.42 1521 58.14 -17.9 MackCali CLI .60 2.2 13 29.70 24.59 410 26.89 -6.9 Macquarie MIC 5.28f 6.8 37 85.45 68.53 372 77.12 -5.6tMacys M 1.51 6.6 9 45.41 22.71 8759 22.76 -36.4 MadCvCall MCN .72 9.2 ...q 8.21 7.35 33 7.84 +1.8 MadSqGd n MSG ... ... ...dd 206.60 160.96 122 196.85 +14.8 MadStSec MSP 1.04 8.6 ...q 12.42 11.11 3 12.07 +1.5 MagellMid MMP 3.49f 4.7 22 81.77 64.25 649 73.81 -2.4 Magna g s MGA 1.10 2.5 9 47.21 32.76 1706 44.37 +2.2 MagnaChip MX ... ... ...dd 10.20 5.00 254 8.55 +37.9 Maiden prA MHpA 2.06 8.0 ... 26.90 25.22 1 25.76 -.3 Maiden pfC MHpC 1.78 6.9 ... 27.08 24.59 16 25.87 +.2 MaidenHld n MHLA .60 2.3 ... 28.60 24.34 6 25.95 +2.4 MaidHld42 MHNB 2.00 7.8 ... 26.83 24.83 2 25.54 +.6 MaidHld 43 MHNC 1.94 7.3 ... 27.80 24.51 14 26.43 -2.1 MainStCap MAIN 2.22a 5.8 19 40.87 31.42 227 38.08 +3.6 MainStC 23 MSCA 1.53 5.9 ... 26.93 25.50 9 26.00 +1.1 MainSDTMu MMD 1.18 6.0 ...q 20.99 17.96 47 19.73 +7.8 Majesco n MJCO ... ... ... 6.29 4.50 19 4.80 -21.1tMallinckdt MNK ... ... ... 85.83 41.57 4078 40.87 -18.0 MgdDInvG MZF .74 5.4 ...q 15.03 12.75 26 13.61 +3.7 ManchUtd MANU .36 2.2 ... 17.55 14.10 18 16.25 +14.0 Manitowoc MTW .08 1.5 ...dd 7.57 3.65 2751 5.40 -9.7tManngNap MN .32 6.7 21 10.34 4.80 80 4.80 -36.4 ManpwrGp MAN 1.86f 1.8 16 106.99 57.26 502 101.54 +14.3 Manulife g MFC .44 ... ... 19.52 12.55 3530 16.99 -4.7 MarathnO MRO .20 1.4 ...dd 19.28 12.22 10565 14.12 -18.4 MarathPt s MPC 1.52f 2.9 11 54.59 32.02 3901 51.94 +3.2 MarcusMill MMI ... ... 15 30.31 22.93 121 23.50 -12.1 Marcus MCS .50 1.6 23 34.90 18.87 56 31.60 +.3tMarinSoft MRIN ... ... ...dd 2.82 1.30 280 1.35 -42.6 MarineP MPX .28 2.2 32 14.87 7.87 52 12.92 -6.8 MarineMx HZO ... ... 19 23.65 15.10 305 18.10 -6.5 Markel MKL ... ... 31 992.00 811.05 33 956.92 +5.8 MarriotVac VAC 1.40 1.3 22 124.94 57.46 311 110.54 +30.3 MarshM MMC 1.36 1.8 23 75.52 62.33 2207 74.50 +10.2 MartMM MLM 1.68 .7 35 244.32 167.06 769 229.28 +3.5 Masco MAS .40 1.1 24 37.58 29.11 2811 37.02 +17.1 Masonite g DOOR ... ... 22 85.30 55.60 260 74.15 +12.7 Mastec MTZ ... ... 24 47.90 20.86 781 41.15 +7.6 MastechD MHH ... ... 8 8.35 5.82 50 6.93 +1.8 MasterCrd MA .88 .8 31 119.71 86.65 4769 116.24 +12.6 MatadorRs MTDR ... ... ...dd 28.51 18.56 1192 23.26 -9.7 Materion MTRN .38 1.1 28 41.23 23.04 104 34.20 -13.6 MatinasB n MTNB ... ... ... 3.92 1.50 255 2.94 -21.2 Matson MATX .72f 2.5 16 43.00 28.24 246 29.06 -17.9sMauiLand MLP ... ... 15 16.20 5.74 105 16.85 +134.0 Maximus MMS .18 .3 20 64.25 43.69 542 62.50 +12.0 MaxLinear MXL ... ... 58 32.24 16.85 1097 31.00 +42.2tMcClatch rs MNI ... ... ...dd 19.77 8.11 13 8.09 -38.6 McCorm vot MKC/V 1.88 1.9 ... 108.26 89.14 0 100.18 +7.6 McCorm MKC 1.72f 1.7 27 107.84 88.64 519 100.11 +7.3 McDrmInt MDR ... ... 20 8.33 4.32 2263 6.38 -13.7 McDnlds MCD 3.76 2.6 27 147.67 110.33 2564 147.01 +20.8 McKesson MCK 1.12 .8 12 199.43 114.53 1842 141.44 +.7 McEwenM MUX .01a .3 ...dd 4.92 2.09 4507 2.93 +.7 MeadJohn MJN 1.65 1.9 27 94.40 69.25 1773 88.97 +25.7 Mechel pf MTLp ... ... ... 1.35 .19 23 .85 -24.1 Mechel rs MTL ... ... ... 6.83 1.46 284 5.09 -11.2 Medequit n MRT ... ... ... 12.26 10.28 73 11.95 +7.7 MedProp MPW .96f 7.2 16 15.92 11.54 2433 13.34 +8.5 Medifast MED 1.28 3.0 22 47.35 30.00 111 43.20 +3.8 MedleyCap MCC .88 14.1 7 8.06 6.05 518 6.26 -16.6 Medley 19 MCQ 1.78 7.0 ... 25.90 25.01 25.26 -.5 MedleyC 23 MCV 1.53 6.0 ... 26.24 23.58 25.45 +1.8 MedleyC 21 MCX 1.63 6.3 ... 26.25 23.90 6 25.75 +.6 Medley n MDLX ... ... ... 24.95 22.93 8 24.19 +.5 Medley24 n MDLQ ... ... ... 25.75 24.73 6 24.85 -.2 MedleyMgt MDLY .80 12.8 13 10.65 5.45 46 6.25 -36.9 Mednax MD ... ... 15 76.96 53.80 744 55.43 -16.8 Medtrnic MDT 1.72 2.1 18 89.27 69.35 5100 82.40 +15.7 Merck MRK 1.88 2.9 17 66.80 54.78 11430 63.89 +8.5 MercGn MCY 2.49 4.5 26 64.52 49.69 161 54.98 -8.7 Meredith MDP 2.08 4.0 13 66.25 43.85 544 51.95 -12.2 Meritage MTH ... ... 12 41.50 29.70 150 39.80 +14.4 Meritor MTOR ... ... 3 18.29 6.30 1357 15.91 +28.1 MerL pfK MERpK 1.61 6.3 ... 27.00 24.65 78 25.61 +1.9 MerL pfP MERpP 1.84 7.0 ... 27.88 24.05 20 26.34 +2.5 ML CZN46 PIY 2.09 8.1 ... 32.44 24.61 6 25.68 -.4 MLRRD29 PYS 1.58 6.9 ... 26.20 20.35 1 23.00 +8.5 MLGS t PYT .76 3.7 ... 21.45 19.20 20.75 +6.2 MLIdxPl33 IPB 1.51 5.6 ... 29.80 26.10 1 26.91 +1.8 MesaRoyl MTR .99e 6.9 14 16.70 7.45 7 14.40 +32.1 Mesab MSB .64e ... ... 17.42 8.05 32 13.80 +29.0 Methode MEI .36 .9 16 46.40 27.88 185 38.55 -6.8 MetLife MET 1.60 3.2 10 58.09 36.17 5206 49.81 -7.6 MetLfe pfA METpA 1.02 4.0 ... 25.96 23.09 27 25.41 +9.1 MettlerT MTD ... ... 37 567.12 343.61 157 561.50 +34.2 MexcoEn MXC ... ... ...dd 5.61 2.08 3.97 -20.5 MexEqt MXE 1.62e .1 ...q 11.82 8.69 21 10.75 +17.2 MexEqt pf MXEp ... ... ... 15.11 MexicoFd MXF .70e 4.3 ...q 17.71 13.28 36 16.20 +7.8 MKors KORS ... ... 8 53.29 34.92 2124 35.45 -17.5 MicrSol n MICR ... ... ... 4.27 3.60 0 3.98 +.2 MidAApt MAA 3.48 3.5 19 110.01 85.04 619 99.89 +2.0 MdAApt pfI MAApI 2.13 3.2 ... 70.00 60.55 0 66.04 +3.8 MidsthBcp MSL .36 2.6 22 16.60 9.05 12 14.05 +3.3 MidstPet MPO ... ... ... 23.25 17.01 18.72 -9.7 Milacron n MCRN ... ... ... 19.32 12.43 364 17.06 -8.4 MilestnSci MLSS ... ... ...dd 3.20 1.10 24 1.31 -6.8 MHowHiInc HIE 1.39 10.4 ...q 13.86 10.89 56 13.41 +8.2 MillerInds MLR .72 3.0 13 28.85 19.86 19 23.65 -10.6 MinTech MTX .20 .3 17 83.85 51.29 118 71.05 -8.0 MissP pfD MPpD 1.31 5.2 ... 27.50 25.10 1 25.33 -3.0 Mistras MG ... ... 28 26.46 19.49 117 21.35 -16.9 MitsuUFJ MTU ... ... ... 7.01 4.16 2749 6.12 -.6 MiX Tele MIXT .22e ... ... 8.14 4.30 43 5.88 -5.0 MizuhoFn MFG ... ... ... 3.87 2.76 260 3.49 -2.8 MobileTele MBT .88e 9.7 ... 11.59 7.09 3328 9.09 -.2 Mobileye MBLY ... ... ...cc 61.95 33.69 1444 61.72 +61.9 Model N MODN ... ... ...dd 13.98 6.98 97 12.40 +40.1 Modine MOD ... ... 16 16.35 8.45 185 12.40 -16.8 Moelis&Co MC .94a 2.7 19 39.90 21.91 361 35.35 +4.3 Mohawk MHK ... ... 19 241.02 175.52 338 228.48 +14.4 MolinaHlth MOH ... ... 49 68.67 42.56 956 67.00 +23.5 MolsCoor A TAP/A 1.64 1.7 ... 110.17 90.98 94.00 -4.0 MolsCoorB TAP 1.64 1.8 28 112.19 89.27 1561 92.52 -4.9 MonRE MNR .64 4.4 20 15.45 11.56 659 14.46 -5.1 MonRE pfB MNRpB 1.97 7.9 ... 27.25 25.00 2 25.04 -2.3 MonRE pfC MNRpC 1.53 6.1 ... 26.50 23.00 4 25.01 +6.0 MonogRes MORE .30 3.1 32 10.97 9.52 515 9.72 -10.2 Monsanto MON 2.16 1.9 21 117.33 97.35 1494 115.79 +10.1 Moodys MCO 1.52 1.3 21 119.99 87.30 873 113.39 +20.3 Moog A MOG/A ... ... 21 73.05 50.96 76 65.90 +.3 Moog B MOG/B ... ... 21 71.81 51.11 68.55 +3.6 MorgStan MS .80 1.9 12 47.33 23.11 14327 41.31 -2.2 MorgSt pfE MSpE 1.78 6.1 ... 30.78 27.07 33 29.38 +4.4 MorgSt pfF MSpF 1.72 5.9 ... 30.17 25.65 50 29.25 +8.2 MorgSt pfI MSpI 1.59 5.7 ... 28.72 25.49 40 27.95 +8.6 MorgS pfG MSpG 1.66 6.1 ... 28.23 25.33 10 27.17 +6.4 MorgSt pfK MSpK ... ... ... 26.76 24.95 341 26.47 +4.2 MS Asia APF .14e .9 ...q 16.26 12.69 19 16.04 +18.8 MS China CAF 13.33e ... ...q 21.35 16.65 118 20.33 +19.7 MS CushHi MLPY 1.28e 16.6 ...q 8.47 7.18 7.70 -5.1 MS EMD MSD .57e 5.8 ...q 9.98 8.74 92 9.78 +7.5 MSEMDDbt EDD .80m 10.1 ...q 8.51 6.94 270 7.91 +10.3 MSEmMkt MSF .05e .3 ...q 16.34 12.52 19 15.86 +20.3 MS icb ICB .54a 3.0 ...q 18.99 17.29 10 18.09 +.8 MS India IIF .04e ... ...q 34.50 23.30 20 32.60 +27.2 MSJCP97 HJV 1.75 11.3 ... 20.50 14.77 11 15.48 -13.2 MkVRMB CNY ... ... ...q 42.68 38.05 3 40.75 +4.4 MkVRupee INR ... ... ...q 42.42 37.05 41.50 +9.3 MSDLEur URR ... ... ...q 18.59 12.65 16.79 +9.1 MSDSEur DRR ... ... ...q 65.79 47.09 2 57.25 -11.9 MorgSt pfA MSpA 1.01e 4.3 ... 24.40 20.61 46 23.51 +2.2tMosaic MOS 1.26f 5.5 ...cc 34.36 22.60 4536 22.85 -22.1 MotrlaSolu MSI 1.88 2.3 18 87.69 62.76 1285 80.83 -2.5 Movado MOV .52 2.4 14 31.95 19.14 203 21.85 -24.0tMueller MLI .40 1.4 16 43.96 28.28 267 28.22 -29.4 MuellerWat MWA .16 1.4 24 14.20 10.33 2570 11.06 -16.9 Mulesft n MULE ... ... ... 25.60 21.17 349 24.15 +3.2 MultiPkg n MPSX ... ... ...cc 18.00 11.00 102 17.98 +26.1 MurphO MUR 1.00 3.9 ...dd 35.19 24.03 2395 25.91 -16.8 MurphUSA MUSA ... ... 12 80.44 57.13 393 67.50 +9.8 MyersInd MYE .54 3.3 44 17.85 11.35 100 16.55 +15.7 Myovant n MYOV ... ... ... 14.27 10.25 24 11.64 -6.4N -NCI BldSy NCS ... ... 25 18.10 13.80 281 16.65 +6.4 NCR Corp NCR ... ... 13 49.90 25.20 995 38.65 -4.7 NGL EnPt NGL 1.56 10.2 22 25.80 12.95 1408 15.35 -26.9 NL Inds NL ... ... 17 10.90 2.25 84 9.10 +11.7 NQ Mobile NQ ... ... 34 4.77 3.03 177 3.69 +14.6 NRG Egy NRG .12 .8 ...cc 19.07 9.84 3784 15.24 +24.3 NRG Yld A NYLD/A 1.08f 6.5 34 17.78 13.40 155 16.61 +8.1 NRG Yld C NYLD 1.08f 6.3 56 18.56 13.98 255 17.05 +7.9 NTN Buzz rs NTN ... ... ...dd 18.00 4.00 30 7.00 -17.6 NTT DOCO DCM ... ... ... 28.43 21.96 146 24.43 +7.4 NVR NVR ... ... 22 2270.63 1478.04 50 2262.01 +35.5 Nabors NBR .24 2.4 ...dd 18.40 7.84 7374 9.83 -40.1 NACCO NC 1.09f 1.7 8 99.55 51.33 16 64.95 -28.3 NamTai NTP .28 3.4 ...dd 9.59 5.19 33 8.35 +12.8 NanoViric NNVC ... ... ...dd 2.04 1.03 103 1.25 +16.8 Nashville NASH .75e .7 ...q 29.39 22.74 28.19 +5.6 NatBkHldg NBHC .36f 1.2 38 34.10 19.46 117 31.09 -2.5 NatFuGas NFG 1.62 2.9 17 61.25 50.61 260 55.37 -2.2 NatGrid NGG 3.35e 4.9 ... 74.97 56.50 627 68.06 +16.7 NtHlthInv NHI 3.80 5.0 18 82.53 66.31 189 76.24 +2.8 NHltcre NHC 1.92f 2.7 22 78.99 60.81 52 70.11 -7.5 NOilVarco NOV .20 .6 26 43.63 29.79 3176 34.02 -9.1 NatPresto NPK 1.00a 1.0 14 112.00 83.53 19 103.15 -3.1 NatRetPrp NNN 1.82 4.9 17 53.60 36.45 1582 37.40 -15.4 NRetP pfE NNNpE 1.43 5.5 ... 27.13 22.75 15 25.94 +12.2 NtRetP pfF NNNpF 1.30 5.3 ... 24.84 20.65 109 24.46 +13.3 NatlStor n NSA .96 4.0 29 26.15 18.81 225 23.98 +8.7 NtWst pfC NWpC 1.94 7.4 ... 26.90 25.42 5 26.39 +3.0 Nationstar NSM ... ... 10 19.83 10.19 368 16.91 -6.4 NatGsSvcs NGS ... ... 64 34.50 19.85 35 26.30 -18.2 NatrlGroc NGVC ... ... 22 14.21 9.23 79 9.48 -20.3 NatRsPt rs NRP .23 .8 6 45.60 10.43 37 31.40 -2.8 Natuzzi NTZ ... ... ... 3.30 1.39 49 2.67 +18.1 Nautilus NLS ... ... 19 24.99 14.28 190 18.00 -2.7 NavideaBio NAVB ... ... ...dd 1.16 .26 313 .45 -29.2 NavigCons NCI ... ... 15 27.86 15.12 333 19.56 -25.3 NavigatrH NVGS ... ... ... 14.75 6.47 409 8.30 -10.8 NaviosAcq NNA .20 12.7 5 2.11 1.19 439 1.57 -7.6 Navios pfG NMpG 2.19 12.0 ... 18.86 2.82 8 18.26 +142.2 Navios NM ... ... ...dd 2.40 .57 558 1.41 sNavMH pfH NMpH 2.16 12.0 ... 18.13 2.76 27 18.05 +157.9 NavMMid NAP 1.69 15.5 ... 14.20 9.07 39 10.90 +1.1 NaviosMar NMM 1.27f 77.1 5 2.94 1.14 1126 1.65 +17.0 Navistar NAV ... ... ...dd 33.46 10.30 509 25.22 -19.6 Navistr pfD NAVpD ... ... ... 16.25 3.30 10.22 -8.8 NeenahP NP 1.48 2.0 17 90.23 66.74 74 74.90 -12.1 NeffCorp NEFF ... ... 12 21.25 8.05 100 16.25 +15.2 Nelnet NNI .56 1.4 8 55.01 31.49 73 40.17 -20.8 NeoPhoton NPTN ... ... ...dd 18.51 6.90 889 8.15 -24.6 Netshoes n NETS ... ... ... 20.60 12.49 276 17.95 +23.8 Netw1Tch NTIP ... ... ...cc 5.05 2.26 80 4.40 +29.4 NBCAInt NBW .74 5.2 ...q 17.66 13.68 10 14.32 -.4 NeuB HYld NHS .96 8.1 ...q 12.20 10.63 36 11.90 +2.0 NBIntMu NBH .90 5.9 ...q 17.64 14.37 86 15.19 -6.6 NB MLP NML 1.26 ... ...q NBNYInt NBO .58 4.5 ...q 14.87 12.13 15 12.69 +1.4 NBRESec NRO .36 7.0 ...q 6.00 4.96 186 5.16 -3.9 NeuStar NSR ... ... 7 34.40 21.10 815 32.85 -1.6 NevGCas UWN ... ... 35 2.63 1.55 13 2.47 +33.5 NevroCorp NVRO ... ... ...dd 106.93 64.39 853 77.59 +6.8 Nevsun g NSU .04m 1.7 24 3.56 2.06 1011 2.36 -23.6 NewAmHi HYB .78a 8.2 ...q 9.66 8.24 55 9.52 +2.8 NewConcEn GBR ... ... 30 6.10 .81 101 1.52 -29.6 NE Realty NEN 1.00 1.5 2 69.00 54.57 68.25 +12.1 NwGold g NGD ... ... 42 6.04 2.39 5531 2.92 -16.6 NewHome NWHM ... ... 11 12.55 8.71 39 11.27 -3.8 NwIreland IRL 2.15e 1.2 ...q 14.33 10.96 12 13.41 +12.0 NJ Rscs s NJR 1.02 2.5 18 42.65 30.46 425 40.25 +13.4 NewMedia NEWM 1.40 11.3 18 19.89 11.87 881 12.41 -22.4 NwMtnFin NMFC 1.36 9.4 8q 15.00 12.10 275 14.45 +2.5 NewOriEd EDU .40e ... 39 76.18 37.16 2100 68.04 +61.6 NewRelic NEWR ... ... ...dd 44.94 26.33 450 41.69 +47.6 NewResid NRZ 1.92f 12.1 8 17.86 12.58 3769 15.83 +.7 NewSenInv SNR 1.04 10.6 8 12.68 9.02 579 9.82 +.3 NY&Co NWY ... ... ...dd 2.71 1.33 93 1.45 -36.1 NY CmtyB NYCB .68 5.3 13 17.68 12.67 4228 12.89 -19.0 NYCmty un NYCBpU 3.00 6.0 ... 51.44 48.50 1 50.05 +.5 NY REIT NYRT .46 5.3 ... 10.15 8.54 1752 8.66 -14.4 NY Times NYT .16 .9 29 17.45 10.60 1239 16.85 +26.7 NewellRub NWL .92f 1.8 21 55.45 43.43 2804 51.87 +16.2 NewdExp NFX ... ... 21 50.00 33.00 1990 33.66 -16.9 NewMarket NEU 7.00f 1.5 23 483.86 385.66 58 458.28 +8.1 NewmtM NEM .20 .6 28 46.07 30.19 5609 33.31 -2.2 NewpkRes NR ... ... ...dd 8.75 4.26 750 7.80 +4.0 NexGen g NXE ... ... ... NexPtCr rs NHF 2.88 13.0 ...q 23.93 20.26 105 22.14 -2.8 NxPtRsT n NXRT .88 3.5 20 25.82 13.96 59 25.19 +12.8 NxtEraLP NEP 1.46f 4.4 17 35.13 23.90 329 33.54 +31.3 NextEC3-72 NEEpG ... ... ... 26.73 23.32 15 25.58 +5.4 NextEC6-72 NEEpH 1.41 5.6 ... 26.46 22.76 8 25.37 +6.5 NextEra 72 NEEpI 1.28 5.1 ... 26.54 21.11 31 24.94 +13.5 NextEra 73 NEEpJ 1.25 5.0 ... 26.34 20.82 15 24.96 +14.6 NextEra76 NEEpK ... ... ... 25.95 21.04 42 24.97 +13.1 NxtEra pfQ NEEpQ 3.19 5.1 ... 64.78 54.44 525 63.03 +10.1sNextEraEn NEE 3.93f 2.9 23 137.17 110.49 2091 136.94 +14.6 NxtEra pfR NEEpR ... ... ... 53.51 46.80 641 53.04 +8.3 NiSource s NI .70 2.9 21 26.94 21.17 2500 24.50 +10.7 NiaM pfB NMKpB 3.60 3.7 ... 104.75 90.20 97.00 +1.1 NiaM pfC NMKpC 3.90 3.9 ... 113.82 90.25 98.75 +2.0 Nielsen plc NLSN 1.36f 3.5 22 55.94 38.31 4448 39.04 -6.9 NikeB s NKE .84 1.6 22 60.33 49.01 22393 51.68 +1.7 NoahHldgs NOAH ... ... 16 29.73 21.33 122 27.21 +24.1 NobilisH n HLTH ... ... ... 3.86 1.10 290 1.35 -35.7 NobleCorp NE .08 1.8 4 9.73 4.16 9994 4.50 -24.0 NobleEngy NBL .40 1.3 ...dd 42.03 29.39 7733 30.72 -19.3 NobleMid n NBLX .43 ... ... 53.29 26.90 66 45.98 +27.7 NokiaCp NOK .17e 2.8 ... 6.31 4.04 22271 6.11 +27.0 NomadF n NOMD ... ... ... 13.17 7.85 512 12.70 +32.7 Nomura NMR ... ... ... 6.80 3.33 282 5.96 +1.0 Norbord n OSB .23e ... ... 31.29 17.94 16 28.60 +13.3 NordAngEd NORD ... ... 67 32.99 20.08 192 32.18 +38.1 NordicAOff NAO .18 16.7 ... 5.61 .80 571 1.08 -60.7 NordicAm NAT 1.14e 16.2 88 16.07 6.51 1486 7.05 -16.1 Nordstrm JWN 1.48a 3.6 13 62.82 35.01 1869 40.66 -15.2 NorkSo NSC 2.44 2.2 20 125.00 78.73 2285 112.80 +4.4sNorsat g rs NSAT ... ... 28 10.95 5.62 81 11.00 +39.2 NortelInv NTL .64e 2.2 ... 31.35 19.80 1 28.65 +9.9 NoAmEn g NOA .08 ... ... 5.70 2.34 67 4.60 +19.5 NoAtlDrl rs NADL ... ... ... 8.08 .65 587 2.72 -14.2 NEurO NRT .66e 9.1 8 9.90 6.11 44 7.25 +9.8 NoWestCp NWE 2.10 3.5 18 63.75 53.85 325 60.11 +5.7 NDynMn g NAK ... ... ... 3.45 .28 4196 1.73 -16.4 NthnO&G NOG ... ... 9 5.00 1.55 1878 1.70 -38.2 NorthropG NOC 4.00f 1.6 22 253.80 206.69 1020 246.88 +6.1 NStREur n NRE .60 5.1 ... 13.04 8.50 364 11.74 -6.6 NwstNG NWN 1.88 3.2 24 66.17 53.50 127 59.65 -.3 NovaBay rs NBY ... ... ...dd 5.29 2.12 7 2.94 -10.9 NovaGld g NG ... ... ...dd 7.29 3.79 2640 4.24 -7.0 Novartis NVS 2.75e 3.4 16 83.58 66.93 6471 80.08 +9.9 NovoNord NVO .96e 2.4 ... 57.44 30.89 2115 40.44 +12.8 NOW Inc DNOW ... ... ...dd 23.53 15.47 1155 17.57 -14.2 NuSkin NUS 1.44 2.6 24 66.04 38.34 528 55.55 +16.3 Nucor NUE 1.51 2.7 24 68.00 44.81 2918 55.88 -6.1 Nush EnhYl NUAG ... ... ... 25.26 23.98 3 24.62 +1.4 Nush 1-5yr NUSA ... ... ... 25.16 25.06 25.06 -.3 NushLCGr NULG ... ... ... 28.19 25.18 27.74 +10.1 NushLCVal NULV ... ... ... 25.94 24.85 25.49 +1.9 NushMCGr NUMG ... ... ... 27.62 24.71 26.19 +5.6 NushMCVal NUMV ... ... ... 26.02 24.78 24.80 +.1 NushSmCap NUSC ... ... ... 27.07 24.17 1 25.09 +1.8 NushShTrm NURE ... ... ... 26.02 24.74 25.04 +.4 NustarEn NS 4.38 9.6 38 55.64 43.41 203 45.77 -8.1 NustEn pfA NSpA ... ... ... 27.50 26.13 29 26.76 -.8 NustarGP NSH 2.18 8.4 20 31.50 22.30 38 25.85 -10.6 Nustar 43 NSS 1.91 7.4 ... 26.70 24.50 20 25.69 -.4 Nuv Mun21 NHA ... ... ... 10.51 9.48 14 9.88 -.4 NvDivCom CFD ... ... ... Nuv Pf22 n JPT ... ... ... 25.59 24.76 25 24.99 +.2 NvHiInDc19 JHD ... ... ... 10.50 9.95 40 10.20 +1.0 Nuv RE In JRS ... ... ... 12.08 9.87 51 11.19 +3.9 NuvMO Pr NOM ... ... ... 16.80 14.36 2 16.27 +8.4 NuvAllCEn JMLP 1.37 14.1 ...q 11.51 8.43 36 9.75 -3.0 NuvAZ NAZ .80 5.4 ...q 17.80 13.33 10 14.76 +5.5 NuvBldAm NBB 1.34 6.4 ...q 23.30 19.80 107 20.88 +1.2 NBldAmOp NBD 1.30 6.0 ...q 23.49 19.80 9 21.64 +3.4 NCaAMTFr NKX .86 5.7 ...q 17.35 13.78 80 15.03 +5.0 NCADvA NAC .91 6.2 ...q 17.20 13.75 207 14.69 +3.9 NCalMunV NCA .47 4.6 ...q 11.50 9.84 25 10.22 -2.0 NuvCASel NXC .63a 4.0 ...q 17.97 14.25 1 15.63 +6.3 NCTDv2 pfC NGKpC .26 2.6 ... 10.02 NCTPI NTC .68a 5.5 ...q 14.45 11.97 152 12.46 +1.5 NuvCorEqA JCE 1.21a 8.4 ...q 14.75 12.69 27 14.42 +10.2 NvCredStr JQC .62 7.1 ...q 9.06 7.79 450 8.66 -2.1 NvDvrsDiv JDD 1.04 8.4 ...q 12.50 10.69 48 12.36 +10.7 NuvDivA NAD .85a 6.1 ...q 15.97 13.19 248 13.90 -.4 NuvEnhM NZF .83a 5.9 ...q 14.02 -2.4 NvDow30DO DIAX 1.06 6.6 ...q 16.44 13.72 109 16.03 +6.9 NuEnMLP JMF 1.35 10.3 ...p 14.55 11.42 122 13.08 -3.4 NEnhMuV NEV .96a 6.7 ...q 17.28 13.56 20 14.29 +2.1 NuvFlxInv JPW 1.42a 8.3 ...q 17.63 15.24 14 17.19 +3.3 NuvFloat JFR .72 6.1 ...q 12.34 10.09 192 11.81 +1.2 NuvFltOp JRO .76a 6.5 ...q 12.93 9.94 184 11.68 -4.2 NvGADiv2 NKG .64a 4.9 ...q 14.88 12.50 28 13.19 +3.7 NuvGblHIn JGH 1.58 9.4 ... 16.95 14.01 84 16.80 +5.1 NuvHi2020 JHY .68 6.7 ...q 11.15 9.99 13 10.14 -.7 NuvHIDec18 JHA ... ... ...q 10.48 10.00 36 10.15 +.9 NuvEnhMu NVG ... ... ... 16.59 13.85 274 14.93 +3.3 NNYAmtF NRK .70 5.4 ...q 14.62 12.44 189 13.04 +1.8 NuvAmtFr NEA .75a 5.5 ...q 15.22 12.94 610 13.52 +1.3 NuvIntMu NID .68 5.2 ...q 14.34 12.19 148 13.17 +3.6 NvIntQMu NIQ .57 4.4 ...q 13.96 12.13 28 13.02 +5.9 NMDPI NMY .67a 5.2 ...q 14.66 12.20 87 12.87 +3.5 NvMAP NMT .71a 5.1 ...q 16.19 12.93 0 13.93 +6.0 NMIQI NUM .74 5.5 ...q 15.80 12.90 43 13.60 +1.9 NuvMNMu NMS .80 4.9 ...q 18.22 15.08 2 16.24 +3.5 NuvMtgOp JLS 1.52 6.0 ...q 25.89 22.49 23 25.20 +4.7 NuMtgOp2 JMT 1.53 6.4 ...q 24.15 21.61 11 24.00 +3.6 NuvMultM JMM .48 6.5 ...q 7.71 6.95 19 7.44 +1.9 NMuHiOp NMZ .91a 6.3 ...q 15.42 14.03 14.42 -2.4 NvMuI NMI .50a 4.1 ...q 13.50 10.90 13 12.03 +7.2 NuvMuVal NUV .39a 3.9 ...q 10.88 9.34 213 9.96 +4.2 Nv AMT-Fr NUW .78a 4.6 ...q 19.89 16.00 18 17.13 +5.4 NuvNJDiv NXJ .82a 6.0 ...q 15.63 12.90 58 13.61 +3.4 NuvNJMV NJV .59a 4.0 ...q 17.03 14.36 2 14.76 -10.8 NNYDvA NAN .80a 5.8 ...q 15.95 13.13 60 13.78 +2.7 NNYMV NNY .39a 4.0 ...q 10.69 9.26 7 9.85 +3.9 NuvNYSel NXN .55 4.0 ...q 14.85 12.92 3 13.90 +5.1 NNCPI NNC .59a 4.5 ...q 15.04 12.67 93 13.17 +1.8 NOHQI NUO .80 5.4 ...q 17.16 14.27 42 14.91 +2.6 NvPA NQP .81a 6.1 ...q 15.66 12.67 88 13.38 +2.3 NuvPaMV NPN .62a 4.1 ...q 17.50 14.81 4 15.17 -10.8 NuvPf&Inc JPI 1.95a 7.9 ...q 25.27 21.93 22 24.69 +7.7 NvPfdInco JPC .80 8.0 ...q 10.56 8.72 205 10.07 +2.3 NuvQPf2 JPS .70 7.0 ...q 10.01 8.21 370 9.96 +7.0 NuvREAst JRI 1.49a 8.7 ...q 18.00 15.17 13 17.15 +9.0 NuvEqtP BXMX 1.00 7.3 ...q 13.99 12.08 265 13.71 +7.8 NEqPrmG SPXX 1.04 6.8 ...q 15.71 13.00 33 15.21 +5.6 NvSMM NIM .31a 3.1 ...q 11.01 9.49 25 9.93 +1.8 NSTFI NXP .55a 3.8 ...q 15.93 13.50 17 14.30 +2.9 NSTFI2 NXQ .53a 3.9 ...q 15.18 12.82 27 13.77 +3.5 NSTFI3 NXR .55a 3.8 ...q 15.98 13.73 5 14.58 +2.9 NuvSnIn NSL .42 6.1 ...q 7.16 5.91 125 6.92 +1.9 NuShDCrd JSD 1.16a 6.5 ...q 18.55 15.35 37 17.88 +2.2 Nv TA Div JTD 1.23 7.9 ...q 15.81 13.52 42 15.67 +12.5 NvTxATR JTA 1.04 8.2 ...q 12.69 10.81 59 12.62 +11.5 NTXQI NTX .65 4.6 ...q 15.90 13.29 28 14.27 +4.0 NVAPI NPV .65a 5.0 ...q 15.23 12.55 58 13.05 +.6O -OCI Ptrs OCIP .61e 6.7 ...dd 10.35 4.95 30 9.15 +9.6 OFG Bncp OFG .24 2.5 31 14.48 7.60 307 9.65 -26.3 OFG pfA OFGpA 1.78 7.5 ... 25.42 18.78 3 23.74 -6.6 OFG pfB OFGpB 1.75 7.4 ... 25.13 18.51 16 23.65 -5.9 OFG pfD OFGpD 1.78 7.5 ... 24.33 18.90 3 23.73 +.1 OGE Engy OGE 1.21 3.6 20 37.41 29.57 754 33.92 +1.4 OM AsstM OMAM .32 2.3 ... 16.01 12.10 954 14.18 -2.2 ONEGas OGS 1.68 2.5 24 70.64 55.98 170 68.12 +6.5 OaktreeC OAK 2.32f 5.2 20 48.94 36.95 119 44.80 +19.5 OasisPet OAS ... ... ...dd 17.08 6.56 7075 11.50 -24.0 OcciPet OXY 3.04 5.0 ...dd 78.48 57.20 3407 60.29 -15.4 Oceaneerg OII .60 2.3 27 35.83 22.47 836 25.82 -8.5 Och-Ziff OZM .87e 37.3 ...dd 4.78 2.15 244 2.33 -29.6 OcwenFn OCN ... ... ...dd 6.15 1.29 1652 2.52 -53.2 Oi SA C OIBR/C ... ... ... 9.19 1.01 195 5.27 +32.7 OilStates OIS ... ... ...dd 41.75 27.07 551 30.20 -22.6 Oil-Dri ODC .84 2.4 24 41.25 30.30 11 35.39 -7.4 OldRepub ORI .76 3.9 13 21.19 16.51 800 19.42 +2.2 Olin OLN .80 2.6 32 33.88 18.24 1257 30.76 +20.1 Om Asst 31 OMAA 1.28 5.5 ... 25.29 20.15 10 23.37 +7.6 OmegaHlt OHI 2.52f 7.5 10 38.09 28.11 1556 33.41 +6.9 OmegaP OME .05p ... 10 26.99 17.47 203 18.10 -27.7 Omnicom OMC 2.20 2.7 17 89.66 75.61 1721 82.37 -3.2 Omnova OMN ... ... 17 10.42 5.90 129 8.75 -12.5 OnAssign ASGN ... ... 23 53.80 32.04 483 52.02 +17.8tOnDeckCap ONDK ... ... ...dd 6.46 3.38 1065 3.38 -27.0 OncoCyte n OCX ... ... ... 7.95 3.10 6 5.90 -16.3 OneLibrty OLP 1.72f 7.6 12 25.89 21.96 58 22.75 -9.4 OneBeacon OB .84 4.6 25 18.48 12.66 164 18.30 +14.0 OneMain OMF ... ... 9 32.28 16.03 426 22.38 +1.1 ONEOK OKE 3.16 6.3 30 59.47 41.11 2132 49.82 -13.2 OneokPtrs OKS 3.16 6.5 21 57.41 36.13 1128 48.88 +13.6 Ooma n OOMA ... ... ...dd 12.30 6.53 37 11.95 +32.8 OppLgCap RWL .72e 1.6 ...q 46.43 38.69 58 45.17 +4.0 OppMidCap RWK .59e .8 ...q 58.04 45.22 23 54.00 -.2 OppSmCap RWJ .48e .6 ...q 69.74 51.95 32 63.87 -4.8 OppUltDiv RDIV 1.15e 3.5 ...q 35.66 29.47 74 33.01 -3.7 Opp Rev n ESGL ... ... ... 28.09 28.09 28.09 tOppGlRv n ESGF ... ... ... 28.29 28.05 2 27.83 -1.5 OppenFin RWW .58e 1.0 ...q 62.51 42.57 2 57.61 OppenHldg OPY .44 2.8 ...dd 19.65 13.65 31 15.80 -15.1 Oracle ORCL .60 1.4 21 46.99 37.62 12371 44.17 +15.3 Oragenics OGEN ... ... ...dd 1.10 .31 72 .46 -14.8 Orange ORAN .73e 4.3 ... 17.78 13.98 323 16.87 +11.4 OrbitATK OA 1.28f 1.3 19 102.72 67.04 238 96.34 +9.8 OrchidIsl ORC 1.68 16.3 6 12.60 9.23 739 10.31 -4.8 OrchidsPP TIS 1.40 10.7 14 36.31 12.37 448 13.03 -50.2 OrientPap ONP .02 1.9 2 1.54 .90 4 1.03 -11.2 OrionECarb OEC .72 ... ... 22.20 14.44 160 17.50 -7.2 OrionGpHl ORN ... ... ...dd 11.11 4.57 94 7.30 -26.6 Orix IX ... ... ... 82.58 61.38 31 77.53 -.4 OrmatTc ORA .32f .6 24 61.49 41.12 163 56.57 +5.5tOshRusS n OUSM ... ... ... 26.10 24.83 23 24.95 -3.1 OshIntQ n ONTL ... ... ... 26.68 25.13 4 26.44 +5.0 OshkoshCp OSK .84 1.3 19 75.00 44.01 581 62.45 -3.3 OsiskoGl n OR .16 ... ... 14.74 8.88 924 11.01 +13.3 OutfrontM OUT 1.44f 6.3 11 27.89 20.72 989 22.86 -8.1 OversSh wi OSG/WI ... ... ... 3.00 2.62 2.75 OverSh rs OSG ... ... ... 5.66 2.69 515 3.29 -14.1 OwensMin OMI 1.03 3.2 16 38.47 30.43 576 32.20 -8.8 OwensCorn OC .80 1.3 17 63.85 46.45 928 61.00 +18.3 OwensIll OI ... ... 10 22.61 16.18 1589 21.50 +23.5 OwensRM ORM .32 2.0 10 19.16 14.95 8 16.08 -13.2 OxfordInds OXM 1.08 2.0 17 76.19 49.50 153 53.63 -10.8P-QPBF Engy PBF 1.20 5.6 11 30.98 19.47 1530 21.27 -23.7 PBF Logist PBFX 1.84f 9.3 10 23.49 17.45 45 19.85 +9.1 PCM Fund PCM .96 9.1 ...q 10.78 9.05 31 10.58 +5.8 PG&E Cp PCG 1.96 3.0 16 68.29 57.51 3211 65.63 +8.0 PGT Inc PGTI ... ... 25 12.49 9.46 144 11.60 +.9 PHH Corp PHH ... ... ...dd 16.80 11.76 477 13.48 -11.1 PIMCO1-3Tr TUZ .34a .7 ...q 52.58 50.17 10 50.73 +.1 Pimc1-5Tip STPZ .25e .5 ...q 53.10 51.94 40 52.44 -.1 Pim15TIPS LTPZ .42e .6 ...q 72.58 62.52 7 66.12 +1.8 PimBrdTIPS TIPZ .31e .5 ...q 60.68 55.96 1 58.00 +1.0 PimLwDur LDUR 2.82e 2.0 ...q 103.00 99.92 2 100.83 +.5 PimcoTR BOND 6.13e 5.8 ...q 108.25 102.11 51 105.84 +1.6 Pim0-5HYCp HYS 5.21e 5.2 ...q 101.66 94.50 202 101.16 +1.3 PimIGBd CORP 3.12a 3.0 ...q 107.50 99.85 29 104.48 +2.1 PimShMat MINT .82e .8 ...q 101.68 101.02 519 101.66 +.3 PimIntMu MUNI 1.26 2.4 ...q 55.48 51.73 27 53.48 +2.1 PimSTMun SMMU .47e .9 ...q 50.87 48.75 1 50.19 +1.6 Pim25yrZro ZROZ 3.07e 2.7 ...q 143.05 105.32 14 114.02 +5.0 PJT Part n PJT .20 .5 28 41.42 21.99 124 39.02 +26.4 PLDT Inc PHI 1.60e 5.0 ... 46.13 25.50 113 31.92 +15.9 PNC pfP PNCpP 1.65 5.6 ... 30.88 26.50 59 29.36 +7.6 PNC pfQ PNCpQ 1.34 5.3 ... 26.37 23.01 15 25.13 +6.4 PNC PNC 2.20 1.9 16 131.83 77.40 2659 117.36 +.3 PNC wt PNC/WS ... ... ... 64.30 14.80 8 50.34 +2.1 PNM Res PNM .97 2.7 20 38.39 30.95 799 36.45 +6.3 POSCO PKX ... ... ... 66.63 40.80 410 59.37 +13.0 PPG s PPG 1.60 1.5 18 113.49 89.64 1303 105.39 +11.2 PPG wd PPG/WD ... ... ... 138.47 PPL Cap 73 PPX 1.48 5.7 ... 27.75 24.01 27 25.90 +3.6 PPL Corp PPL 1.58f 4.1 15 39.92 32.08 3120 38.80 +14.0 PS BusPk PSB 3.40f 2.8 34 125.81 97.87 114 121.34 +4.1 PSBPk pfT PSBpT 1.50 5.9 ... 26.89 23.88 20 25.28 +4.0 PSBPk pfU PSBpU 1.44 5.7 ... 26.37 22.85 3 25.36 +8.9 PSBPk pfV PSBpV 1.42 5.6 ... 26.70 22.79 3 25.35 +8.8 PS BsPk pfW PSBpW ... ... ... 24.27 20.58 16 24.04 +11.5 PVH Corp PVH .15 .2 12 115.40 83.80 1457 99.09 +9.8 PcrTrnd750 PTLC ... ... ...q 25.98 21.17 56 25.33 +6.4 PcrTrnd450 PTMC ... ... ...q 28.70 23.03 39 27.61 +3.8 PcrTrnd100 PTNQ ... ... ...q 27.09 19.66 15 26.61 +16.4 PacrAutopil PAEU ... ... ... 26.80 23.81 26.80 PacrGlHi n PGHD ... ... ... 28.57 25.13 27.37 +1.9 PacrTrendp PTEU ... ... ... 28.68 22.00 6 28.18 +17.6 PacCashCow COWZ ... ... ... Pacholder PHF .60 7.5 ...q 7.98 6.67 36 7.95 +10.4 PacifCstOil ROYT .20e 11.2 4 2.23 .87 79 1.82 +70.1 PacDrill rs PACD ... ... ... 11.56 1.58 114 2.07 -49.0 PacGE pfA PCGpA 1.50 4.7 ... 33.70 28.89 4 31.70 +3.4 PacGE pfB PCGpB 1.37 4.8 ... 33.00 27.51 4 28.51 +1.1 PacGE pfC PCGpC 1.25 4.7 ... 30.00 24.94 26.33 +5.4 PacGE pfD PCGpD 1.25 4.8 ... 27.50 24.74 20 26.30 +2.2 PacGE pfE PCGpE 1.25 4.8 ... 27.25 24.81 1 26.12 +2.0 PacGE pfG PCGpG 1.20 4.6 ... 29.50 23.63 26.25 +5.0 PacGE pfH PCGpH 1.12 4.5 ... 27.06 22.00 1 25.25 +8.7 PacGE pfI PCGpI 1.09 4.4 ... 25.99 23.31 2 25.05 +5.5 Pacif pf PPWp 5.00 5.0 ... 100.26 PackAmer PKG 2.52 2.5 20 103.17 62.41 720 99.22 +17.0 PalatinTch PTN ... ... ...dd .90 .29 2707 .38 -24.6 PaloAltNet PANW ... ... ...dd 165.69 107.31 1555 113.71 -9.1 PampaEng PAM ... ... ... 60.67 20.92 403 57.07 +63.9 Pandora P ... ... ...dd 14.98 8.92 22042 9.42 -27.8 PanhO&G PHX .16 .9 ...cc 27.70 15.34 21 18.65 -20.8 ParPetr rt PARR/r ... ... ... .16 .01 .06 ParPetrol PARR ... ... ... 17.25 12.18 117 16.67 +14.6 ParTech PAR ... ... 20 8.63 4.30 119 8.17 +46.4 ParaGold n PZG ... ... ... 2.93 1.37 15 1.58 -11.1 ParamtGp PGRE .38 2.4 71 18.28 14.58 1042 15.55 -2.8 Paretem rs TEUM ... ... ... 5.75 .57 136 .79 ParkEl PKE .40a 2.4 34 20.24 13.76 53 16.34 -12.4tParkHot n PK .43p ... ... 33.40 24.90 1387 25.44 -14.9 ParkNatl PRK 3.76 3.8 19 122.88 85.44 32 100.19 -16.3 ParkDrl PKD ... ... ...dd 2.90 1.35 465 1.40 -46.2 ParkerHan PH 2.64f 1.7 22 166.60 99.10 1788 152.29 +8.8 Parkway n PKY ... ... ... 23.17 16.39 610 19.62 -11.8 ParsleyEn PE ... ... ...cc 39.82 24.12 5642 31.18 -11.5 PartRe pfF PREpF 1.47 5.8 ... 27.48 22.95 7 25.23 +3.6 PartRe pfG PREpG 1.63 6.1 ... 30.33 25.32 25 26.61 +2.7 PartRe pfH PREpH 1.81 6.3 ... 32.40 25.02 64 28.80 +5.5 PartRe pfI PREpI 1.47 5.7 ... 28.94 22.97 5 25.87 +10.0 PartyCity n PRTY ... ... ... 19.10 12.14 295 15.15 +6.7 Patheon n PTHN ... ... ... 34.84 23.72 1132 34.68 +20.8 PatriotN n PN 2.50e ... 8 9.95 2.00 76 2.98 -35.9 PaycomSft PAYC ... ... 75 65.76 38.32 705 64.22 +41.2 PeabodyE n BTU ... ... ... 28.62 22.61 582 23.46 -14.8 Pearson PSO .80e 8.9 ... 13.20 7.04 558 8.95 -10.4 Pebblebrk PEB 1.52 4.9 16 31.99 23.56 699 30.85 +3.7 Pebble pfC PEBpC 1.63 6.4 ... 27.24 23.51 1 25.29 +4.2 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page6 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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Pebbleb pfD PEBpD 2.09 8.2 ... 29.15 23.50 1 25.40 +7.5 Pedevco rs PED ... ... ... 3.20 .51 62 .69 Pembina g PBA 1.50 ... 33 33.52 27.44 281 31.55 +.7 PengthE g PGH .04 ... ...dd 2.05 .76 901 .89 -37.3 PennWst g PWE ... ... ... 2.05 .63 668 1.52 -14.1 PennPk 25 PNTA 1.56 6.2 ... 26.20 24.04 1 25.32 +.9 Penney JCP ... ... 14 11.30 4.17 18307 4.49 -46.0tPennaRE PEI .84 8.1 7 25.67 10.15 1633 10.33 -45.5 PenRE pfA PEIpA 2.06 8.1 ... 26.48 24.80 8 25.45 +.6 PenRE pfB PEIpB 1.84 7.2 ... 26.71 22.46 10 25.58 +2.3 PenRE pfC PEIpC 1.80 7.0 ... 27.78 24.27 24 25.59 +1.7 PennyMFn PFSI ... ... 6 19.35 11.47 181 16.20 -2.7 PennyMac PMT 1.88 10.6 14 18.25 14.28 318 17.77 +8.6 Penny pfA PMTpA 2.03 8.0 ... 25.58 24.66 20 25.49 +3.0 Penske PAG 1.24f 2.9 11 56.05 29.29 506 42.91 -17.2 Pentair PNR 1.38 2.1 22 69.03 53.80 1165 65.95 +17.6 Penumbra n PEN ... ... ...dd 90.00 49.83 226 81.90 +28.4 PepsiCo PEP 3.22f 2.8 24 114.66 98.50 3268 114.03 +9.0 PerfFood n PFGC ... ... 28 29.13 19.95 1467 27.60 +15.0 PerkElm PKI .28 .5 23 62.92 45.35 626 61.66 +18.2 Prmian PBT .46e 4.8 27 10.30 6.10 57 9.74 +26.3 Perrigo PRGO .64 .9 ...cc 111.00 65.47 1741 70.50 -15.3 PetChina PTR .70e 1.0 ... 81.80 63.43 100 67.93 -7.8 PetroArg PZE .07e ... ... 12.48 4.66 44 11.61 +65.4 PetrbrsA PBR/A ... ... ... 11.77 4.29 34270 7.79 -11.6 Petrobras PBR ... ... ... 12.56 5.45 141115 8.55 -15.4 PtroqstE rs PQ ... ... ...dd 4.75 1.71 105 2.10 -36.6tPfenex PFNX ... ... ...dd 11.35 4.28 93 4.14 -54.4 Pzer PFE 1.28 4.0 13 37.39 29.83 22884 32.22 -.8 Pzer wd PFE/WD ... ... ... 28.25 Pharmerica PMC ... ... 13 28.72 19.20 178 24.85 -1.2 PhlpsSelEn DSE 1.26 16.9 ... 8.50 7.00 121 7.44 -1.8 PhilaEn n PESC ... ... ... PhilipMor PM 4.16 3.7 23 115.63 86.78 3078 113.58 +24.1 PhilipsNV PHG .88e 2.5 ... 36.49 23.00 1517 35.18 +15.1 Phillips66 PSX 2.80f 3.6 12 88.87 73.67 2465 77.55 -10.3 Phill66LP PSXP 2.24f 4.4 22 58.00 42.47 198 51.47 +5.8 PhoenixCo n PFX ... ... ... tPhxNMda FENG ... ... 16 4.30 3.11 184 3.10 -1.3 PhysRltTr DOC .90 4.5 23 22.03 17.12 2611 20.17 +7.7 PiedmOfc PDM .84 3.9 13 23.08 18.61 527 21.38 +2.2 Pier 1 PIR .28 5.4 12 9.68 3.73 3162 5.21 -39.0 PimcoCA PCQ .92 5.5 ...q 17.53 14.75 14 16.77 +7.0 PimcoCA2 PCK .65 6.4 ...q 11.25 9.05 39 10.06 +9.1 PimcCA3 PZC .72 5.8 ...q 13.11 10.67 33 12.39 +9.3 PimcoCp&I PCN 1.35 8.2 ...q 16.84 12.64 81 16.43 +11.2 PimCpOp PTY 1.56a 9.8 ...q 16.41 13.27 265 16.00 +11.8 PimDyCrd PCI 1.97 9.0 ...q 22.25 18.07 594 21.97 +8.7 PimDyInco PDI 2.65a 9.1 ...q 29.58 26.06 129 29.17 +5.3 PimcIncStr PFL 1.08 9.4 ...q 11.84 9.76 92 11.53 +9.1 PimIncStr2 PFN .96 9.3 ...q 10.50 8.76 283 10.34 +9.0 PimStPls PGP 2.20 11.5 ...q 20.86 13.82 20 19.18 +36.3 PimcoHiI PHK 1.24 14.1 ...q 10.15 8.26 403 8.78 -4.3 PimIncOpp PKO 2.28a 8.8 ...q 26.18 21.25 39 25.79 +11.4 PimcoMuni PMF .98 7.2 ...q 17.43 12.74 30 13.47 -6.4 PimcoMu2 PML .78 6.1 ...q 14.08 11.57 164 12.85 +5.2 PimcMu3 PMX .75 6.5 ...q 13.05 10.82 32 11.57 +1.8 PimcoNY PNF .68 5.3 ...q 14.40 11.49 18 12.86 +7.8 PimcoNY2 PNI .80 6.8 ...q 14.61 11.13 12 11.71 -2.5 PimcNY3 PYN .63 6.3 ...q 12.29 9.26 7 9.98 -.4 PimcoStrIn RCS .96 9.8 ...q 10.56 8.12 87 9.75 +10.9 PinnaclFds PF 1.14f 1.9 29 61.65 41.58 1604 59.15 +10.7 PinWst PNW 2.62 3.1 22 86.63 70.86 1111 84.61 +8.4 PionDvrsHi HNW 1.38 8.4 ...q 16.88 15.04 26 16.47 +2.8 PionEnSvc PES ... ... ...dd 7.20 2.64 1011 2.75 -59.9 PionFltRt PHD .72 6.0 ...q 12.45 11.03 59 12.08 +1.8 PionHiIn PHT 1.14 11.5 ...q 10.75 9.36 65 9.91 -2.9 PioMuAdv MAV .84 7.4 ...q 14.25 10.61 64 11.42 -3.3 PioMunHi MHI .84 7.1 ...q 14.67 11.31 74 11.88 +.1 PioNtrl PXD .08 ... ...dd 199.83 146.08 1537 172.75 -4.1 PiperJaf PJC .31p ... 16 81.85 35.36 64 57.40 -20.8 PitnyBw PBI .75 5.0 9 19.33 12.31 1140 14.87 -2.1 PitnB pr PBIp 2.12 .8 ... 264.00 PitnyBw 43 PBIpB 1.67 6.3 ... 27.73 25.11 11 26.50 +3.6 PlainsAAP PAA 2.20 8.1 30 33.95 21.80 2747 27.22 -15.7 PlainsGP rs PAGP 1.54 ... 29 36.55 23.04 790 27.51 -20.7 PlanetFit n PLNT ... ... 38 22.13 14.87 556 20.20 +.5 Plantron PLT .60 1.1 16 58.27 40.81 170 52.26 -4.6 PlatfmSpc PAH ... ... 28 14.37 6.85 3415 12.94 +31.9 PlatGpM rs PLG ... ... 4 3.98 1.03 698 1.16 -18.9 PlyGem PGEM ... ... 12 20.00 12.85 154 16.85 +3.7 PolarStarR PSRT ... ... ... Polaris PII 2.32 2.7 25 99.00 70.14 667 86.40 +4.9 PolyMet g PLM ... ... ...dd 1.14 .62 83 .67 -9.8 PolyOne POL .54 1.5 18 40.88 28.77 484 37.11 +15.8 PortGE POR 1.36f 3.0 19 46.87 39.82 414 45.07 +4.0 PostHldg POST ... ... 47 89.04 68.76 1084 81.05 +.8 Potash POT .40 2.5 15 20.27 15.21 5369 15.89 -12.2 PowrREIT PW ... ... ...dd 9.46 4.50 1 7.13 +1.6 PwREIT pfA PWpA ... ... ... 27.00 25.00 25.65 +1.8 PS AlphaQ PQY ... ... ...q PSActUSRE PSR 2.33e 2.0 ...q 83.62 71.29 1 76.46 +4.2 PS SPXDn PHDG .41e 1.5 ... 25.58 21.43 1 25.06 +4.5tPS GrMult PSMG ... ... ... 12.76 12.69 0 12.67 -.4 PS BalMul PSMB ... ... ... 12.78 12.78 12.78 PS ModCon PSMM ... ... ... 12.71 12.69 12.69 PS Consrv PSMC ... ... ... PSCrudeDS DTO ... ... ...q 172.18 100.28 1 129.79 +23.6 PwSBMetS BOS ... ... ...q 29.01 17.83 20.00 -10.5 PSBMetDL BDD ... ... ...q 8.25 4.65 7 6.62 +3.6 PSBMetDS BOM ... ... ...q 24.46 7.96 13.19 -5.1 PSCrudeLg OLO ... ... ...q 5.01 3.76 8 4.24 -11.1 PSCrudeSh SZO ... ... ...q 104.21 73.94 87.88 +12.4 PwshDB DBC ... ... ...q 16.08 13.96 842 14.78 -6.7 PwShCurH DBV ... ... ...q 26.03 23.27 9 24.28 -2.2 PS Engy DBE ... ... ...q 14.01 10.79 44 12.26 -11.2 PS PrcMet DBP ... ... ...q 42.74 34.22 2 37.62 +7.9 PS Silver DBS ... ... ...q 32.84 24.46 11 25.72 +3.5 PS Agri DBA ... ... ...q 23.01 19.16 347 20.01 +.2 PS Oil DBO ... ... ...q 9.91 7.70 241 8.56 -11.6 PS Gold DGL ... ... ...q 44.84 36.22 81 39.93 +7.8 PS BasMet DBB ... ... ...q 16.77 12.21 141 15.58 +4.4 PS USDBull UUP ... ... ...q 26.83 24.12 1162 25.27 -4.5 PS USDBear UDN ... ... ...q 22.64 20.18 50 21.36 +4.4 PShPuLgGr PXLG .42e 1.0 ...q 39.07 31.20 1 38.60 +14.9 PShPuLVal PXLV .76e 2.2 ...q 36.75 28.27 19 35.16 +2.3 PSAerDef PPA .50e 1.1 ...q 45.30 35.54 76 44.32 +6.2 PwShBio PBE .57e 1.3 ...q 44.43 34.41 15 43.29 +11.5 PS BldCns PKB .03e .1 ...q 30.16 23.97 95 28.79 +3.3 PwSClnEn PBW .07e 1.7 ...q 4.24 3.41 44 4.02 +9.2 PS EnEx PXE .50e 2.5 ...q 24.92 18.79 33 20.23 -12.4 PwSFoodBv PBJ .41e 1.3 ...q 34.74 31.71 17 32.65 -2.5 PwSLgCG PWB .21e .6 ...q 35.45 29.86 37 35.05 +9.8 PwSLgCV PWV .69e 2.0 ...q 36.44 29.23 124 34.81 +3.2 PwShLeis PEJ .15e .4 ...q 42.40 31.84 10 40.65 +1.6 PowShMkt PWC .97e 1.2 ...q 85.63 67.84 1 83.38 +3.3 PwShMda PBS .27e 1.0 ...q 28.35 23.29 10 26.44 +.9 PwSMidGr PXMG .19e .5 ...q 35.66 27.86 5 35.24 +13.6 PwSMidVal PXMV .64e 2.1 ...q 32.53 26.24 6 30.20 -3.0 PwShNetw PXQ ... ... ...q 45.29 31.74 1 43.38 +7.5 PS OilSv PXJ .28e 2.7 ...q 14.18 10.08 7 10.23 -19.9 PwSPharm PJP 3.84e 4.6 ...q 69.24 53.55 48 58.75 +4.9 PS Retail PMR .34e 1.0 ...q 38.86 33.52 1 34.83 -3.1 PwSSmGr PXSG .27e .9 ...q 29.14 22.35 2 28.50 +9.6 PwSSmVal PXSV .60e 2.1 ...q 31.42 22.64 23 28.18 -7.0 PwSSemi PSI .04e .1 ...q 45.05 24.63 90 43.48 +20.5 PwShSoft PSJ .10e .2 ...q 55.28 41.43 13 53.74 +13.9 PSS&PQlty SPHQ .38e 1.4 ...q 27.85 23.63 151 27.25 +4.8 PwSZMicro PZI .15e .8 ...q 19.45 14.95 16 17.69 -5.3 PSWHPrgE PUW .17e .7 ...q 27.08 20.37 1 25.10 -2.7 PSPrivEq PSP .66e 5.4 ...q 12.52 9.47 72 12.25 +10.3 PSFinPf PGF 1.11 5.9 ...q 19.56 17.65 204 18.91 +5.3 PSCleantch PZD .44e 1.2 ...q 38.13 28.18 5 37.40 +14.4 PSR2KEqW EQWS .41e 1.1 ...q 40.69 31.72 0 38.53 -2.3 PSRslMdC EQWM .49e 1.1 ...q 44.28 36.86 4 43.12 +3.3 PSRussl200 EQWL .80e 1.7 ...q 47.06 38.06 1 46.57 +7.9 PS US1K PRF 1.91e 1.9 ...q 105.36 85.56 246 101.06 +1.5 PS EmgInf PXR .50e 1.5 ...q 36.98 27.35 0 33.57 +9.5 PS SP SC n XSHQ ... ... ... 25.53 24.22 25.20 +3.0 PS SP Val n SPVM ... ... ... 25.32 24.80 24.88 -.4 PS SP IntD IDHD ... ... ... 28.40 25.09 0 28.15 +10.5 PS SC High XSHD ... ... ... 27.33 23.92 37 24.05 -6.9 PS TrCol n CLTL ... ... ... 105.54 105.38 105.53 +.1 PS LowVRot DWLV ... ... ... 27.52 24.09 27.12 +6.2 PSBldABd BAB 1.31 4.4 ...q 32.33 28.75 57 29.82 +2.5 PSEuCurLV FXEU .35e ... ...q 25.20 20.50 0 23.19 +11.3sPSJpnLwV FXJP .10p ... ...q 27.27 23.00 0 27.75 +4.3 PSEurpcLV FXEP .43p ... ...q 28.58 24.99 28.54 +14.2 PS LowVol XRLV .46 1.6 ...q 30.16 26.09 24 29.64 +6.2 PSR1KEqW EQAL .39e 1.4 ...q 28.70 23.92 50 27.96 +3.9 PS VarPfd VRP 1.20 4.6 ...q 26.05 24.10 313 25.84 +5.0 PS ContrOp CNTR .26e .9 ...q 31.14 24.28 4 29.01 -2.5 PS SCLowV XSLV .73e 1.7 ...q 44.54 35.03 119 42.36 -2.4 PS MCLwV XMLV .64e 1.5 ...q 43.95 36.70 90 41.99 +3.4 PS SPX HiD SPHD 1.30 3.3 ... 41.21 35.95 476 39.41 +.6 PS EMLwV EELV .60e 2.6 ...q 24.03 20.47 36 23.33 +11.6 PS EMkMom EEMO ... ... ... 17.74 13.98 67 16.73 +15.9 PSS&PMom SPMO ... ... ...q 29.11 25.96 0 28.31 +4.2 PS IntLwV IDLV 1.11e 3.5 ...q 32.05 27.95 164 31.78 +11.7 PSS&PVal SPVU ... ... ...q 32.15 24.78 5 30.35 +1.2 PSSPIntDv IDMO .59e 2.4 ...q 25.79 22.10 1 24.58 +9.0 PSShTHYB PGHY 1.08 4.4 ...q 28.83 23.56 97 24.41 -.1 PS YuanDS DSUM .77 3.5 ...q 23.37 21.36 2 22.04 +2.2 PS FdIGBd PFIG .67 2.6 ...q 26.94 24.98 4 25.57 +1.4 PS SrLoan BKLN 1.01 4.7 ...q 23.46 22.69 4340 23.25 -.5 PS SP LwV SPLV .85 1.9 ...q 44.16 39.61 2141 43.65 +5.0 PS SP HiB SPHB .49e 1.4 ...q 38.81 27.17 286 36.26 -.9 PS IntlBd PICB .57 2.2 ...q 27.41 23.86 15 25.81 +5.4 PS CEFInc PCEF 1.91 8.2 ...q 23.65 21.14 84 23.41 +4.5 PSVrdoTF PVI ... ... ...q 25.01 24.89 1 24.90 -.2 PShCalMu PWZ .80 3.1 ... 27.26 24.80 29 25.79 +1.8 PShNYMu PZT .86 3.5 ... 25.74 23.37 4 24.28 +1.5 PShNatMu PZA .87 3.4 ... 26.64 24.41 145 25.30 +1.6 PSHYCpBd PHB .84 4.4 ...q 19.00 17.93 1333 18.89 +.5 PwShPfd PGX .86 5.7 ...q 15.50 13.96 1443 14.96 +5.1 PShEMSov PCY 1.50 5.1 ... 30.96 27.71 2271 29.28 +3.6 PShGClnEn PBD .17e 1.5 ...q 11.67 9.83 7 11.46 +10.1 PSEmgMkt PXH .49e 2.5 ...q 20.71 14.73 725 19.50 +7.4 PSDvMxUSs PDN .53e 1.7 ...q 30.83 24.47 10 30.55 +13.1 PSDvxUS PXF 1.11e 2.7 ...q 42.13 32.21 39 41.64 +10.9 PShIntlDev IDHQ .33e 1.5 ...q 22.24 18.71 2 22.09 +15.1 PSAsxJ PAF 1.91e 3.5 ...q 55.01 41.80 2 53.90 +13.9 PSIndia PIN .12e .5 ...q 23.66 18.26 118 23.02 +19.4 PSS&PBW PBP 1.07e 3.3 ...q 22.35 20.00 100 22.28 +4.7 Praxair PX 3.15 2.5 23 131.74 106.31 2064 128.37 +9.5 PrecDrill PDS .28 ... ...dd 6.25 3.51 1927 3.71 -31.9 PfdAptCm APTS .94f 6.2 ...dd 15.96 12.02 638 15.21 +2.0 Prestige PBH ... ... 21 59.63 44.64 705 49.28 -5.4 Pretium g PVG ... ... ... 12.53 6.82 1884 9.15 +11.0 Primerica PRI .76 1.0 16 86.45 49.69 300 76.60 +10.8 Primero g PPP ... ... ...dd 2.63 .44 685 .48 -38.6 PrinEdgAIn YLD .75e ... ...q 41.75 37.81 41.15 +2.2tPrinActGl GDVD ... ... ... 25.34 25.20 2 25.09 -.4 PrinFncl PFG 1.84f 3.0 14 65.67 38.04 1983 60.55 +4.6 PrincREstI PGZ 1.74 10.0 ...q 18.56 15.47 28 17.35 +8.7 PrinEq n PEM ... ... ... PrvtBncp42 PVTD 1.78 6.9 ... 27.98 25.45 3 25.66 -2.4 ProAssur PRA 1.24a 2.1 23 63.53 49.99 156 58.15 +3.5 ProLogis PLD 1.76 3.2 23 55.93 45.93 2916 54.77 +3.8 ProPetr n PUMP ... ... ... 15.30 11.68 481 12.94 -9.9 ProShtDow DOG ... ... ...q 22.46 17.69 1101 18.04 -5.3 ProShtMC MYY ... ... ...q 15.70 12.28 20 12.72 -3.0 PrUltDow s DDM .79e .9 ...q 96.17 61.70 208 91.77 +9.9 ProUltMC MVV .11e .1 ...q 105.88 68.00 47 98.06 +4.1 PrUltQQQ s QLD .09e .1 ...q 119.00 63.78 1368 114.82 +33.3 ProUltSP s SSO .40e .5 ...q 88.16 59.70 2500 85.24 +12.0 PrUShCnG SZK ... ... ...q 20.60 15.73 1 16.20 -13.4 ProShtHY SJB ... ... ...q 27.14 23.63 77 23.75 -3.6 ProUShBM SMN ... ... ...q 29.56 17.46 12 19.08 -10.4 Pro20 yrT UBT 1.13e 1.4 ...q 107.05 68.50 12 78.70 +7.8 PrUShtMex SMK ... ... ...q 32.79 18.30 2 20.00 -27.3 Pro7-10yrT UST .42e .7 ...q 65.74 54.55 8 58.67 +4.6 ProSShOG DDG ... ... ...q 27.54 21.82 25.40 +10.4 ProSShFn SEF ... ... ...q 17.94 12.90 116 13.77 -1.4 ProLCCre s CSM .67e 1.1 ...q 59.61 48.42 35 58.59 +6.0 ProUltTl s LTL ... ... ...q 69.71 42.44 0 50.05 ProHdgRep HDG ... ... ...q 44.32 41.10 11 43.96 +2.4 ProUltEM EET ... ... ...q 72.48 43.00 12 67.64 +31.3 ProRaLS RALS .62e 1.6 ...q 41.26 38.00 2 38.03 -5.0 ProUSL7-10T PST ... ... ...q 23.25 19.56 17 21.33 -5.5 ProUShTip TPS ... ... ... 26.20 23.20 24.87 -5.1 ProUSh3-7y TBZ ... ... ...q 27.91 25.11 26.35 -4.2 ProShtEafe EFZ ... ... ...q 36.11 27.82 22 28.10 -12.0 ProShtEM EUM ... ... ...q 28.66 20.83 433 21.53 -13.7 ProShRgBk KRS ... ... ...q 26.64 15.24 17.17 +4.6 PrURgBk s KRU ... ... ...q 94.80 32.87 2 70.50 ProUltEafe EFO ... ... ...q 113.30 70.81 2 110.79 +26.8 ProUMex UMX ... ... ...q 27.18 15.49 14 22.86 +31.0 ProUEurop UPV ... ... ...q 52.00 29.80 4 50.00 +34.3 ProShtBM SBM ... ... ...q 26.19 20.46 1 21.16 -4.3 ProUltSEM EEV ... ... ...q 22.10 11.37 346 12.14 -26.1 ProUltRE URE .84e .7 ...q 138.82 98.62 28 118.83 +4.0 ProUltFin s UYG .51e .5 ...q 107.59 58.35 79 93.26 +.9 ProShtRE REK ... ... ...q 18.93 16.25 2 16.94 -2.9 ProShtChi50 YXI ... ... ...q 31.36 23.35 0 23.76 -11.6 ProUltSem s USD ... ... ...q 87.22 38.59 5 83.40 ProUltUt s UPW ... ... ...q 46.21 34.10 1 44.55 +14.3 PrUltTech s ROM .09e .1 ...q 139.05 66.93 23 132.34 +36.4 ProUltJpn EZJ ... ... ...q 100.55 72.60 0 100.28 +14.7 ProUltO&G DIG .46e 1.4 ...q 46.90 32.70 68 34.01 -22.0 ProUltInd s UXI ... ... ...q 56.19 35.65 4 53.39 +10.7 PrUltHCr s RXL .63e .9 ...q 74.43 54.41 5 71.14 +18.3 ProUCnsSv s UCC ... ... ...q 70.36 47.60 66.42 PrUCnsGd s UGE ... ... ...q 123.99 34.49 1 42.51 +14.0 ProUBasM UYM .15e .3 ...q 58.45 37.35 9 53.39 +8.8 PrUltPR2K URTY ... ... ...q 135.06 61.71 226 116.86 -1.5 PUltM400 s UMDD .03e ... ...q 93.03 48.61 7 82.48 +5.3 ProUltSC s SAA ... ... ...q 86.87 51.39 0 77.34 -4.8 ProUPD30 s UDOW .13e .1 ...q 117.04 60.12 431 109.20 +15.1 ProUltR2K UWM .19e .2 ...q 122.51 71.50 200 111.36 -.1 ProSht20Tr TBF ... ... ...q 24.49 20.29 1306 22.83 -4.4 PUltSP500 s UPRO .21e .2 ...q 101.66 57.00 1993 96.60 +18.1 ProUChin50 XPP ... ... ...q 61.15 37.35 6 58.43 +25.5 PrUSSilv s ZSL ... ... ...q 45.40 25.08 47 34.32 -11.5 PS ShCrd n OILD ... ... ... 28.73 17.65 43 22.25 +21.6 PS Crde n OILU ... ... ... 34.64 20.28 65 25.75 -23.4 PUVixST rs UVXY ... ... ...q 428.00 11.50 62266 15.13 PrUCrude rs UCO ... ... ...q 28.32 14.93 5653 17.57 ProVixST rs VIXY ... ... ...q 59.20 11.29 6701 13.09 -38.4 PrUltYen rs YCL ... ... ...q 77.14 53.50 3 60.60 +9.1 PrSUltNG rs BOIL ... ... ...q 20.34 9.30 225 11.76 -38.0 PVixMTFut VIXM ... ... ...q 58.00 29.25 47 30.87 -27.1 PrUltSilv AGQ ... ... ...q 57.26 31.05 212 34.05 +6.1 PrUltShN s KOLD ... ... ...q 61.98 21.44 36 28.99 +25.8 ProUShGld GLL ... ... ...q 95.07 64.91 20 75.55 -16.6 PrSUShAus CROC ... ... ...q 58.37 47.63 1 51.38 -7.0 PrUltShYen YCS ... ... ...q 82.60 58.96 25 72.49 -9.7 ProSUltGold UGL ... ... ...q 48.27 31.67 78 38.38 +15.6 ProShtVix SVXY ... ... ...q 160.05 39.43 5544 133.50 +46.7 PrUShCrd s SCO ... ... ...q 61.39 30.12 1292 38.25 ProShtEuro EUFX ... ... ...q 45.85 41.61 1 42.91 -4.9 ProUltEuro ULE ... ... ...q 16.89 13.50 227 15.37 +9.0 ProUShEuro EUO ... ... ...q 28.02 23.03 347 24.34 -10.1 ProctGam PG 2.76f 3.2 23 92.00 79.85 6667 85.87 +2.1sProgsvCp PGR .69e 1.7 23 41.20 30.54 4355 41.57 +17.1sProsHldg PRO ... ... ...dd 26.77 12.32 320 27.25 +26.6 ProShtQQQ PSQ ... ... ...q 55.89 40.03 451 40.71 -13.9 ProShSP rs SH ... ... ...q 41.82 33.81 3393 34.37 -5.9 ProUShSP SDS ... ... ...q 19.82 12.92 13914 13.35 -11.6 PrUShDow DXD ... ... ...q 19.79 12.25 2661 12.72 -10.3 PUShtMdC MZZ ... ... ...q 37.37 22.61 1 24.15 -6.9 PUShtQQQ QID ... ... ...q 33.54 17.13 3906 17.70 -26.0 PrShRs2K rs SRTY ... ... ...q 114.20 43.15 1138 49.28 PrUShD3 rs SDOW ... ... ...q 67.92 32.79 1538 34.70 PUltShtF rs FINZ ... ... ...q 44.18 12.45 1 15.55 PrSUlhGM rs GDXS ... ... ...q 28.56 11.93 26 16.03 -24.9 ProUShL20 TBT ... ... ...q 42.72 29.45 2182 37.07 -9.2 PrShR2K rs RWM ... ... ...q 62.77 46.12 542 48.28 -1.4 PrUShHC rs RXD ... ... ...q 51.90 37.73 1 38.46 -17.2 PrUShCnS rs SCC ... ... ...q 44.45 29.19 30.06 -15.0 PrUShRE rs SRS ... ... ...q 42.13 31.09 98 33.56 -5.9 PUShtR2K TWM ... ... ...q 39.40 20.95 2189 22.94 -3.3 PrUShtSC SDD ... ... ...q 34.78 19.32 1 21.14 +1.0 PUShChi50 FXP ... ... ...q 47.47 25.42 94 26.36 -22.6 PUShtIndl SIJ ... ... ...q 36.57 22.37 0 23.95 -9.4 PrShtSmC SBB ... ... ...q 50.00 37.79 3 39.29 PUPShtMC SMDD ... ... ...q 29.61 13.72 18 15.05 -9.8 PrSh K1 n OILK ... ... ... 22.94 17.95 6 19.42 -13.3 PUShtEur EPV ... ... ...q 68.19 36.46 10 37.41 -27.3 PUShtSPX SPXU ... ... ...q 30.88 16.13 7889 16.93 -17.1 PrUOGEx rs UOP ... ... ...q 41.31 22.50 0 23.66 -32.6 PUShtJpn EWV ... ... ...q 52.40 35.14 4 35.55 -14.3 PrUJMin rs GDJJ ... ... ...q 152.62 41.36 7 51.27 -4.2 ProSPDvA NOBL 1.00e 1.8 ...q 57.42 51.23 208 56.46 +4.7 PUltShEafe EFU ... ... ...q 46.46 27.39 8 27.95 -22.6 PrUGMin rs GDXX ... ... ...q 93.85 29.50 6 41.28 +11.7 PrUltBra rs UBR ... ... ...q 85.26 34.01 102 52.04 -9.8 PrSht20yTr TTT ... ... ...q ProGblInf TOLZ 1.63e 3.8 ...q 43.04 37.19 11 42.38 +8.3 PUltShOG DUG ... ... ...q 54.50 34.86 67 45.80 +22.4 PS MngdF FUT ... ... ... 41.69 39.60 40.93 -1.4 PrGPrEq bt PEX 1.53e 3.6 ...q 42.70 32.06 4 42.14 +8.0 ProEurDiv EUDV .15p ... ...q 41.27 33.67 40.55 +15.3 PHYIntH bt HYHG 3.16 4.6 ...q 70.19 61.69 11 68.39 -.1 ProSPxTch SPXT .23p ... ...q 47.67 41.39 0 46.90 +3.2 ProSPxHC SPXV .24p ... ...q 50.26 44.49 50.23 +6.7 ProMerger MRGR .12e .3 ...q 36.99 35.06 35.59 -.2 ProSPxFin SPXN .23p ... ...q 49.08 42.08 49.08 +7.5 ProSPxEgy SPXE .22p ... ...q 49.85 41.11 49.75 +8.2 PrUltPFn FINU .29e .5 ...q 136.29 53.54 22 60.85 -51.8 PrUltPFn s FINU/WI ... ... ...q 68.14 26.77 -100.0 ProHgdJpn HGJP .91e ... ...q 38.09 26.63 0 29.32 +3.0 PrIGIntH bt IGHG 2.15 2.8 ... 77.35 71.85 24 76.23 -.1 ProSht7-10y TBX ... ... ...q 29.45 26.94 0 28.18 -3.0 ProHgEur HGEU .44e ... ...q 42.74 32.46 1 42.21 +11.3 ProUShHm HDZ ... ... ...q 18.67 13.65 14.35 ProUHome HBU ... ... ...q 21.66 17.10 20.75 PrUSOGEx SOP ... ... ...q 20.99 9.50 0 13.89 +33.9 PrUShBrz s BZQ ... ... ...q 40.95 11.37 1099 16.00 -12.2 PrSPMCDv REGL .65e 1.3 ...q 53.04 43.61 47 50.30 -.1 ProSR2KDv SMDV .47e ... ...q 55.81 43.40 39 52.27 -2.7 PSSTEm bt EMSH 4.88e 6.3 ... 80.62 76.41 0 78.05 +1.3 ProUltHY UJB 1.72e 2.7 ...q 65.65 54.47 0 63.94 +6.2 PrUShtUtl SDP ... ... ...q 38.47 27.60 1 28.18 -12.9 PrUltShtTc REW ... ... ...q 48.95 22.30 23.38 -27.7 PrUShtFn SKF ... ... ...q 50.78 26.17 64 29.64 -3.1 PrUSDCvBd COBO 2.19 2.1 ...q 107.41 97.02 0 102.00 +2.0 PUShtSem SSG ... ... ...q 41.06 15.96 2 16.63 -22.5 ProMornAlt ALTS .38e 1.0 ...q 39.35 37.23 1 38.75 +.4 Pro30BEI RINF .50e 1.8 ...q 29.80 26.33 231 28.06 -3.5 ProDivGro EFAD .70e ... ...q PS EMkDv EMDV ... ... ... 52.82 42.89 4 51.59 +12.6 ProCdNASh WYDE ... ... ...q 37.02 33.04 0 33.42 -2.1 ProGermSv GGOV .06e .2 ...q 38.05 33.20 1 36.77 +5.4 ProsCap 24 PBB 1.56 6.0 ... 26.22 23.67 6 25.96 +3.4 ProspBcsh PB 1.36 2.1 17 77.87 44.87 319 63.54 -11.5 Protalix PLX ... ... ...dd 1.52 .26 708 .80 +79.3 ProtLf5-42 PLpC 1.56 6.2 ... 26.94 24.42 6 25.23 -.7 ProtLf9-42 PLpE 1.50 5.9 ... 26.90 24.61 6 25.26 +.3 ProtoLabs PRLB ... ... 38 68.20 43.10 136 63.05 +22.8 Provect wt PVCT/WS ... ... ... .24 .01 .02 ProvidFS PFS .76 3.2 17 28.92 18.59 122 23.95 -15.4 ProvMtgC PMCA ... ... ... Prudentl PRU 3.00 2.9 11 114.55 66.51 3359 103.45 -.6 Prudentl18 PFK .65 2.5 ... 27.22 25.12 3 25.69 +1.2 PrudFn 52 PJH 1.44 5.5 ... 27.31 23.87 23 25.99 +4.9 PrudtlF 53 PRH 1.43 5.5 ... 28.04 24.10 30 25.81 +4.3 PruSDHiY GHY 1.32 8.8 ...q 15.52 14.15 118 15.04 +1.0 PruUK pf PUKp 1.69 6.4 ... 27.98 25.35 5 26.60 +4.4 PruUK pfA PUKpA 1.63 6.2 ... 28.06 25.22 12 26.41 +4.4 Prud UK PUK 1.49e 3.3 ... 45.85 29.14 381 45.44 +14.2 PruShHiY ISD 1.32 8.6 ...q 16.53 14.65 156 15.38 -.6 PSEG PEG 1.72 3.9 16 46.81 39.28 3370 43.79 -.2 PubStrg PSA 6.80 3.1 27 262.74 200.65 1599 216.12 -3.3 PubSt pfS PSApS 1.48 5.8 ... 26.15 24.30 31 25.28 +2.4 PubSt pfT PSApT 2.88 11.4 ... 26.48 23.47 8 25.27 +4.1 PubSt pfU PSApU 1.41 5.6 ... 26.95 22.99 5 25.21 +7.1 PubSt pfV PSApV 1.34 5.3 ... 26.62 21.91 10 25.24 +11.7 PubSt pfW PSApW 1.30 5.1 ... 26.64 21.26 15 25.33 +8.9 PubSt pfX PSApX 1.30 5.1 ... 26.84 21.91 6 25.29 +9.5 PubSt pfY PSApY 1.59 5.8 ... 29.23 25.51 11 27.33 +4.5 PubSt pfZ PSApZ 1.50 5.6 ... 29.13 24.75 7 26.80 +5.9sPubSt pfE PSApE 1.23 5.1 ... 23.85 21.28 72 23.93 +10.8 PubSt pfD PSApD 1.24 5.2 ... 25.98 20.61 46 24.26 +14.4 PubSt pfC PSApC ... ... ... 27.00 21.01 9 25.36 +16.3 PubSt pfB PSApB ... ... ... 27.20 22.07 17 25.47 +12.5 PubSt pfA PSApA 1.47 5.6 ... 28.85 23.35 10 26.46 +6.5 PulteGrp PHM .36 1.6 14 24.43 17.69 3186 22.75 +23.8 PureStrg n PSTG ... ... ...dd 15.20 9.12 5402 10.32 -8.8 PutHiInSec PCF .37 4.2 ...q 8.80 7.50 7 8.74 +6.6 PMMI PMM .44 5.8 ...q 8.15 6.97 62 7.48 +5.8 PMIIT PIM .31 6.5 ...q 4.85 4.29 34 4.81 +4.3 PMOT PMO .71 5.8 ...q 13.69 11.57 138 12.33 +3.2 PPrIT PPT .31 6.0 ...q 5.37 4.60 268 5.20 +4.6 PzenaInv PZN .41e 4.8 18 11.85 7.06 86 8.49 -23.6 Q2 Hldgs QTWO ... ... ...dd 39.70 22.50 183 38.25 +32.6 QEP Res QEP .08 .7 ...dd 21.12 10.64 2858 11.09 -39.8 QTS RltTr QTS 1.56f 3.1 21 59.41 43.01 267 50.56 +1.8 QuadGrph QUAD 1.20 5.2 16 29.50 17.70 347 23.05 -14.2 QuakerCh KWR 1.42f 1.0 30 153.90 82.41 52 137.02 +7.1 QuaCare QCP ... ... ... 24.05 11.57 434 17.26 +11.4 QuanexBld NX .16 .8 24 21.90 15.41 192 19.40 -4.4 QuantaSvc PWR ... ... 18 38.82 21.60 1608 31.22 -10.4 QntmDSS rs QTM ... ... 96 9.20 2.88 228 7.71 QuaInsp n ISMD ... ... ... 25.52 23.82 4 24.32 -.6 QuaInsLg n BLES ... ... ... 27.15 25.01 4 26.06 +3.0 QuanReal n QXRR ... ... ... 25.07 24.01 0 24.15 -3.7 QuanDyn n XUSA ... ... ... 25.96 24.53 0 25.17 +.7 QuanMulT n QXTR ... ... ... 25.20 24.52 1 24.79 -1.0 QuanMulIn n QXMI ... ... ... 25.58 24.83 0 25.49 +1.8 QuanGrw n QXGG ... ... ... 25.74 24.60 3 25.31 +1.4 QstDiag DGX 1.80 1.7 23 108.21 75.20 868 105.65 +15.0 QuintIMS Q ... ... 21 85.59 61.21 623 83.09 +9.3tQuormHl n QHC ... ... ... 13.52 2.69 1216 2.88 -60.4 QuotientTc QUOT ... ... ...dd 14.36 9.10 495 11.15 +3.7 Qwest 54 CTV 1.72 6.7 ... 27.85 24.11 20 25.55 +5.6 Qwest 9-51 CTW 1.88 7.4 ... 26.68 24.96 32 25.47 +1.7 Qwest 4-52 CTX 1.75 6.9 ... 26.64 24.55 78 25.30 +2.4 Qwest 7-52 CTU 1.75 6.9 ... 27.26 24.48 9 25.42 +3.6 Qwest53 CTY 1.53 6.2 ... 25.97 21.99 111 24.79 +9.3 Qwest 25 CTZ 1.66 6.6 ... 26.84 23.21 69 25.23 +7.3 Qwest 56 CTAA ... ... ... 27.98 24.88 13 26.23 +4.3 Qwest56 n CTBB ... ... ... 25.09 24.80 186 24.89 R -RAIT pfA RASpA 1.94 9.3 ... 23.07 18.81 15 20.84 +2.7 RAIT pfB RASpB 2.09 9.2 ... 24.10 19.49 7 22.83 +7.4 RAIT pfC RASpC 2.22 9.3 ... 25.21 20.76 24.00 +6.4 RAIT Fin RAS .36 15.9 ...dd 3.91 2.18 682 2.26 -32.7 RAIT Fn 24 RFT 1.91 8.2 ... 24.88 21.08 3 23.34 +.5 RAITFn 19 RFTA 1.78 7.1 ... 25.49 23.54 10 24.92 +2.0 RELX NV s RENX .45e 2.2 ... 20.33 14.92 88 20.09 +19.9 RELX plc s RELX .41e 1.9 ... 21.43 16.19 104 21.16 +17.8 RH RH ... ... 36 60.11 24.41 845 57.14 +86.1 RLI Corp RLI .84f 1.5 27 71.46 52.51 125 54.41 -13.8 RLJ LodgT RLJ 1.32 6.6 8 25.10 18.86 1622 20.05 -18.1 RPC RES .20 1.1 ...dd 23.36 13.50 2131 18.93 -4.4 RPM RPM 1.20 2.3 35 56.40 46.25 540 52.58 -2.3 RSP Perm RSPP ... ... ...dd 46.92 31.30 1927 40.69 -8.8 RadianGrp RDN .01 .1 13 19.87 9.29 1409 16.59 -7.7 RadiantLog RLGT ... ... ...cc 6.65 2.45 220 5.90 +51.3 RadLog pfA RLGTpA 2.44 9.3 ... 27.91 24.00 0 26.30 +1.5tRLauren RL 2.00 2.8 13 114.00 71.51 4307 71.38 -21.0 RamcoG RPT .88 6.9 9 20.24 12.28 1144 12.70 -23.4 RamcG pfD RPTpD 3.63 7.1 ... 72.57 48.92 4 51.33 -16.2 RangeRs RRC .08 .3 34 46.96 24.67 4405 24.74 -28.0 RJamesFn RJF .88f 1.2 19 81.92 46.30 921 72.20 +4.2 RayAdvM RYAM .28 2.2 10 17.38 10.37 411 12.80 -17.2 RayAdv pfA RYAMpA 2.00 2.0 ... 104.24 94.94 1 99.17 -4.3 Rayonier RYN 1.00 3.6 55 29.86 24.47 565 27.47 +3.3 Raytheon RTN 3.19f 2.0 25 163.10 128.69 1714 157.89 +11.2 RealityETF DIVY .46p ... ...q 26.95 23.25 4 25.98 +2.9 RltDvcDiv LEAD ... ... ...q 28.25 23.84 6 27.65 +7.0 RealDivc n DFND ... ... ...q 24.83 22.15 24.83 +5.4 RealDivG n GARD ... ... ...q 21.79 19.95 21.74 +4.5 Realogy RLGY .27p .9 18 33.02 21.43 661 29.79 +15.8 RltyInco O 2.53f 4.7 27 72.30 52.72 2095 53.82 -6.4 ReavesUtl UTG 1.82 5.3 ...q 35.44 28.18 115 33.96 +10.6 ReavesU rt UTGr ... ... ... .00 RedHat RHT ... ... 38 90.01 68.54 1710 85.52 +22.7 RedLionH RLH ... ... ...dd 9.40 6.23 34 6.35 -24.0 RedwdTr RWT 1.12 6.8 11 17.38 13.20 297 16.44 +8.1 Reeds REED ... ... ... 4.75 2.25 19 3.20 -22.0 RegalBel RBC 1.04f 1.3 17 83.65 51.57 302 77.70 +12.2 RegalEnt RGC .88a 4.4 20 24.79 19.35 3583 20.18 -2.0 RgcyCtrs REG 2.12f 3.5 22 85.35 58.63 1613 60.24 -12.6 RgcyC pfG REGpG 1.50 5.9 ... 27.13 23.37 2 25.26 +4.2 RegnlMgt RM ... ... 9 27.56 13.11 120 20.35 -22.6 RegionsFn RF .28f 2.0 16 16.03 7.80 19201 14.01 -2.4 Regions pfA RFpA 1.59 6.1 ... 27.23 24.65 13 26.08 +3.6 Regns pfB RFpB 1.59 5.5 ... 30.10 25.16 15 28.82 +8.6 Regis Cp RGS ... ... ...dd 15.61 9.02 208 9.22 -36.5 ReinsGrp RGA 1.64 1.3 13 132.79 90.26 289 123.64 -1.7 ReinsGp42 RZA 1.55 5.3 ... 31.23 25.69 36 29.44 +9.1 ReinsG56 n RZB 1.44 5.0 ... 29.52 24.30 22 28.69 +9.2 RelStlAl RS 1.80 2.5 16 88.58 65.10 553 71.35 -10.3 RELM RWC .09p ... 23 5.83 4.50 4 4.63 -2.6 RemaxHld RMAX .72f 1.3 40 63.35 37.10 77 53.65 -4.2 RenaisIPO IPO .02e .1 ...q 25.11 17.93 6 24.54 +18.7 RenIntIPO IPOS .24e 1.1 ...q 20.97 16.77 20.97 +16.5 RenaisRe RNR 1.28 .9 18 150.74 111.25 295 136.77 +.4 RenRe prE RNRpE 1.34 5.2 ... 27.39 21.96 13 25.68 +14.2 RenRe prC RNRpC 1.52 5.9 ... 26.37 24.45 3 25.68 +2.3 ReneSola rs SOL ... ... ... 7.25 2.15 30 2.52 -21.3 RennFund RCG ... ... ...q 1.52 .97 9 1.27 +4.1 Renren rs RENN ... ... ... 12.50 6.01 112 7.16 -9.9 RepubSvc RSG 1.28 2.1 29 64.11 47.53 1445 61.67 +8.1 ResMed RMD 1.32 2.0 27 73.46 56.59 435 67.50 +8.8 ResolEn rs REN ... ... ... 49.14 2.69 443 40.44 -1.8 ResoluteF RFP ... ... ...dd 6.75 3.70 322 4.60 -14.0 ResCap pfA RSOpA 2.13 8.7 ... 24.80 19.25 1 24.46 +.6 ResCap pfB RSOpB 2.06 8.6 ... 24.24 18.54 7 24.00 +6.9 ResCap pfC RSOpC 2.16 8.7 ... 25.14 18.42 24 24.85 +8.0 ResCap rs RSO .20 2.2 ...dd 13.73 7.57 238 9.21 +10.6 RestBrnds QSR .76f 1.3 40 60.11 39.28 800 59.13 +24.1 RetailProp RPAI .66 5.2 29 17.78 12.30 1809 12.62 -17.7 RetlPr pfA RPAIpA 1.75 6.8 ... 27.50 22.77 4 25.56 +2.2 RetractTc RVP ... ... ...dd 2.90 .88 37 1.02 +9.7 RevGp n REVG .05p ... ... 29.29 24.87 367 25.81 +.6 Revlon REV ... ... 25 37.96 18.30 339 19.50 -33.1 RexAmRes REX ... ... 20 107.87 54.42 108 98.62 -.1 RexahnPh rs RNN ... ... ...dd 7.10 1.27 387 3.84 sRexfordIR REXR .58f 2.3 49 25.96 19.32 399 25.72 +10.9 RexfdIn pfA REXRpA ... ... ... 26.19 21.60 1 24.95 +10.6sRexnord RXN ... ... 20 24.78 15.80 2445 23.24 +18.6 Rexnrd pfA RXNpA ... ... ... 57.09 48.52 2 54.32 +10.8 ReynAm s RAI 2.04f 3.1 28 66.35 43.38 3970 65.58 +17.0 RiceEngy RICE ... ... ...cc 29.36 17.81 2538 21.18 -.8 RiceMidstr RMP 1.04f 4.2 18 26.42 17.09 491 25.03 +1.8 Richmnt g RIC ... ... ... 11.66 5.45 8.00 +23.1 RingCentrl RNG ... ... ...cc 33.65 18.11 966 32.55 +58.0 RingEngy REI ... ... ...dd 14.14 7.10 238 13.18 +1.5 RioTinto RIO 2.27e 5.6 ... 47.11 26.95 3471 40.41 +5.1 RitchieBr RBA .68 2.1 32 39.96 27.13 1066 31.75 -6.6tRiteAid RAD ... ... 31 8.77 3.64 30207 3.43 -58.4 RivrnOpp n RIV 1.68 8.5 ... 20.92 18.07 11 19.75 +4.5 Riv/Doubl n OPP ... ... ... 20.25 18.00 21 18.84 +2.2 RoadrnTrn RRTS ... ... 9 11.88 6.05 154 6.13 -41.0 RobtHalf RHI .96 2.1 17 50.98 34.34 1168 46.07 -5.6 RockwlAut ROK 3.04 2.0 25 165.00 107.17 943 154.22 +14.7 RockColl COL 1.32 1.3 19 107.57 78.54 1195 102.05 +10.0 RogCm gs RCI 1.57 ... 16 47.42 37.03 274 45.63 +18.3 Rogers ROG ... ... 34 109.40 51.98 79 106.41 +38.5sRollins s ROL .46 1.1 54 41.00 26.81 447 40.82 +20.8 Roper ROP 1.40f .6 31 225.57 159.28 539 219.35 +19.8 RosettaStn RST ... ... ...dd 12.40 6.80 141 11.44 +28.4 Roundys RNDY ... ... ...dd 3.60 Rowan RDC .40 3.0 6 21.68 12.00 3394 13.53 -28.4 RBCda pfS RYpS 1.38 ... ... 28.64 24.72 5 25.50 +1.2 RBCda pfT RYpT 1.69 ... ... 33.50 26.80 0 28.61 +3.4 RoyalBk g RY 3.48f ... ... 76.01 57.01 1735 67.93 +.3 RBScotlnd RBS ... ... ... 7.60 3.91 1253 6.86 +24.1 RBSct prF RBSpF 1.91 7.2 ... 27.53 25.00 3 26.65 +3.1 RBSct prH RBSpH 1.81 7.0 ... 26.19 24.64 40 25.71 +1.6 RBSct prL RBSpL 1.44 5.7 ... 25.85 23.80 20 25.27 +6.2 RBSct prS RBSpS 1.65 6.5 ... 27.32 24.10 18 25.52 +1.9 RylCarb RCL 1.92 1.8 27 110.60 64.95 1038 104.98 +28.0 RoyDShllB RDS/B 3.76 6.6 86 59.56 48.18 1557 57.07 -1.6 RoyDShllA RDS/A 3.76 6.8 83 56.39 46.57 3412 55.05 +1.2 RoyceGVal RGT .10e ... ... 9.34 7.15 18 9.17 +14.1 RoyceMC RMT .63e 7.4 ...q 8.84 7.00 61 8.49 +4.0 Royce RVT 1.20e 8.4 ...q 14.73 11.25 202 14.27 +6.6tRubiconPrj RUBI ... ... ... 15.44 5.37 2256 5.02 -32.3 RubyTues RT ... ... ...dd 4.22 1.69 363 2.19 -32.2 Rudolph RTEC ... ... 26 25.45 13.85 215 24.55 +5.1 Ryder R 1.76 2.8 12 85.42 56.98 516 63.04 -15.3 RyersonH RYI ... ... 11 19.71 8.10 409 8.95 -33.0 RymanHP RHP 3.00 4.8 11 67.97 47.16 263 62.43 -.9S -S&P Glbl SPGI 1.64f 1.2 23 139.45 99.15 848 137.45 +27.8 SAP SE SAP 1.31e 1.3 ... 105.14 71.39 809 103.93 +20.2 SCANA SCG 2.45f 3.8 17 76.41 64.20 958 64.99 -11.3 SCE TrV n SCEpK ... ... ... 30.81 24.57 14 29.05 +15.0 SCETr pfF SCEpF 1.41 5.6 ... 26.61 23.17 13 25.26 +8.3 SCE II prG SCEpG 1.28 5.1 ... 26.63 20.89 11 25.05 +13.0 SCE Tr pfH SCEpH 1.44 5.1 ... 31.75 24.98 2 28.48 +11.8 SCETr pfJ SCEpJ 1.34 4.7 ... 29.90 23.42 12 28.70 +16.3 SJW SJW .87 1.8 23 56.93 32.40 98 47.47 -15.2 SK Tlcm SKM ... ... ... 26.07 19.31 424 23.68 +13.3 SLGreen SLG 3.10f 3.0 15 120.63 93.90 937 101.86 -5.3 SL Grn pfI SLGpI 1.63 6.4 ... 27.53 24.69 114 25.50 +2.2 SM Energy SM .10 .5 ...dd 43.09 19.32 2771 20.64 -40.1 Spd LgGl n GLDW ... ... ... 128.81 119.94 1 122.17 -1.9 SpdrDJIA DIA 3.98e 1.9 ...q 211.59 170.37 5241 206.96 +4.8 SpdrGold GLD ... ... ...q 131.15 107.00 9427 118.81 +8.4 SpdrStxx50 FEU 1.24e 3.6 ...q 34.92 27.43 59 34.43 +15.2 SpdrNoANR NANR ... ... ...q 36.49 31.14 22 31.97 -4.5sSpdrSPIntDv HDWX ... ... ...q 45.57 37.02 1 44.62 +5.3 SpdrEur50 HFEZ 1.03e ... ...q 40.91 29.47 10 40.00 +12.0 SpdrLwCbn LOWC 1.69e 2.1 ...q 82.91 66.75 0 81.93 +9.6 SpdrEuro50 FEZ 1.18e 3.0 ...q 39.83 28.60 3736 39.09 +16.8 Spd MsciCh XINA ... ... ... 22.96 20.18 1 20.69 S&PEAsia GMF 1.22e 1.4 ...q 90.03 70.17 20 88.61 +17.9 Spdr UKS QGBR 1.33e 2.5 ...q 52.95 42.46 0 52.92 +14.2 SpdrSpnS QESP 2.04e 4.1 ...q 51.00 35.92 4 49.39 +21.8 SpdrGermS QDEU 1.17e 2.0 ...q 60.33 45.69 0 59.26 +14.8 SpdrJpnS QJPN .85e 1.2 ...q 70.75 61.88 70.63 +8.1 SpdrCdaS QCAN 1.61e 3.0 ...q 56.40 48.72 1 53.24 -.4 SpdrAustS QAUS 2.47e 4.9 ...q 53.10 43.82 0 50.81 +7.0 SpdrEuSmC SMEZ 1.15e 2.1 ...q 57.17 40.77 4 55.72 +19.6 S&PChina GXC 1.30e 1.5 ...q 86.62 65.34 29 85.48 +18.6 SpdrWldQu QWLD 1.30e 1.9 ...q 69.09 59.10 68.43 +8.0 SpdrEMQu QEMM 1.31e 2.3 ...q 58.52 47.05 18 57.26 +14.2 SpdrEafeSt QEFA 1.62e 2.6 ...q 62.69 49.94 28 61.56 +14.6 SpdrMscBey EMBB ... ... ... SpdrGblDv WDIV 3.11e 4.0 ...q 66.59 57.39 10 65.78 +6.4 SpdrMsEm50 EMFT ... ... ... SpAcwiIMI ACIM 1.28e 1.8 ...q 75.00 58.04 3 70.49 +7.6 S&PEMkts GMM 1.33e 2.0 ...q 67.24 51.94 29 64.93 +13.4 SpdrEMDv EDIV 1.68e 5.8 ...q 30.78 24.85 57 29.19 +10.3 SpdrGlbNR GNR 1.30e 3.1 ...q 44.20 34.55 48 42.00 +2.2 SpdrSPRus RBL .67e 3.5 ...q 21.24 15.66 5 19.26 -5.3 S&PEEuro GUR 1.09e 3.7 ...q 30.59 23.50 18 29.50 +6.3 SpdrIUtil IPU .63e 3.7 ...q 17.07 14.20 2 16.90 +13.9 SpdrITelec IST .78e 3.1 ...q 26.11 21.86 6 25.01 +10.3 SpdrIntTech IPK .27e .6 ...q 42.04 28.78 9 41.54 +22.1 SpdrIMatls IRV .49e 2.2 ...q 22.39 16.95 0 21.83 +8.3 SpdrIIndus IPN .54e 1.6 ...q 34.48 26.35 2 33.82 +14.5 SpdrIHlthC IRY .73e 1.5 ...q 50.75 41.38 2 50.12 +15.2sSpdrIFncl IPF .63e 2.9 ...q 22.13 15.76 4 21.67 +11.9 S&PLatAm GML 1.25e 2.6 ...q 53.68 38.81 7 47.47 +6.9 SpdrIEngy IPW .75e 4.1 ...q 19.30 16.13 12 18.44 -1.4 SpdrICnStp IPS .78e 1.7 ...q 46.34 38.26 1 45.98 +16.2 SpdrICnDis IPD .75e 1.9 ...q 40.22 31.52 3 40.20 +11.7 SpdrDJ RE RWO 1.57e 3.3 ...q 52.60 44.74 242 47.41 +1.2 SpdrEMSmC EWX 1.17e 2.6 ...q 46.80 36.97 87 45.42 +14.4 SpdrIntDiv DWX 2.22e 5.7 ...q 39.36 32.42 125 39.07 +8.3 Spdr SPBric BIK ... ... ... SpdrEMdE GAF 1.96e 3.2 ...q 64.31 51.10 1 60.72 +9.2 SpdMS xUS CWI .81e 2.3 ...q 35.97 28.36 230 35.41 +12.4 SpdrSPGbl GII 1.37e 2.7 ...q 50.80 42.95 12 49.87 +10.8 SpdrIntRE RWX 1.25e 3.2 ...q 43.15 35.12 723 38.60 +7.0 SpdrIntlSC GWX 3.63e 1.5 ...q 32.79 27.57 52 32.47 +12.0 SpdrWldxUS GWL .75e 2.6 ...q 29.26 23.32 197 28.95 +12.6 SP Mid MDY 2.94e 1.0 ...q 320.48 256.08 1781 308.42 +2.2 S&P500ETF SPY 4.13e 1.7 ...q 240.67 198.65 93309 236.77 +5.9 SpdrRRtn RLY .44e 1.8 ...q 25.54 23.48 8 24.27 -.6 SpdrIncAll INKM 1.08e 3.4 ...q 32.25 30.15 1 32.03 +5.2 SpdrGblAll GAL 1.04e 2.8 ...q 35.49 32.47 19 35.18 +6.5 SpdrSenLn SRLN 1.96 4.1 ...q 47.65 46.47 183 47.50 SpdrUShBd ULST .16 .4 ...q 41.27 39.92 1 40.23 +.1 SpdrCreEq SYE 1.63e 1.5 ...q 67.96 55.79 66.79 +6.8 SpdrDblTac TOTL 1.17e ... ...q 50.28 48.14 443 49.31 +1.9 SpdrValEq SYV 4.21e 1.7 ...q 59.52 50.19 0 57.64 -1.5 SpdrGroEq SYG 1.85e .9 ...q 69.97 57.88 13 68.12 +7.7 SpdrBiot s XBI .44e .6 ...q 72.58 49.51 3599 70.00 +18.3 Spdr Div SDY 3.80e 2.1 ...q 89.92 79.48 1304 86.91 +1.6 SpdrGbDow DGT 1.52e 2.0 ...q 77.19 60.52 2 75.75 +8.4 SpdrHome XHB .15e .4 ...q 38.42 30.92 864 37.34 +10.3 SpdrS&PBk KBE .53e 1.3 ...q 47.00 28.01 2506 41.31 -5.0 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next pageMONEY & MARKET$Page 7 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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SpdrS&PCM KCE .91e 2.0 ...q 48.73 33.92 3 45.88 +2.2 SpdrS&PIns KIE 1.24e 1.5 ...q 89.51 66.23 222 84.65 +2.0 SpdrRus1K ONEK 1.79e 1.6 ...q 113.39 93.02 6 111.36 +5.9 SpdrLCapG SPYG 1.49e 1.3 ...q 117.81 96.04 35 116.15 +10.3 SpdrLCapV SPYV 2.39e 2.2 ...q 117.09 95.15 28 110.51 +1.0 Spd SP1000 SMD 3.97e 1.6 ...q 93.57 73.61 3 90.05 +1.5 SpdrMCpG MDYG 2.19e 1.0 ...q 142.93 116.33 21 139.35 +4.8 SpdrMCpV MDYV 3.45e 3.7 ...q 99.22 78.41 31 93.69 -.3 SpdrMSTch s MTK .41e .6 ...q 73.26 50.00 29 71.59 +18.3 SpdrSemi s XSD .16e .3 ...q 63.68 41.01 255 61.45 +9.5 SpdrSCapG SLYG 8.53e 1.0 ...q 218.71 168.05 25 208.76 +.3 SpdrSCapV SLYV 7.98e 1.5 ...q 124.31 94.70 36 114.92 -3.4 SpdrRus3K THRK 3.24e 1.8 ...q 181.41 147.85 4 176.47 +5.4 SpdrWilRE RWR 2.90e 3.2 ...q 104.34 86.90 149 91.27 -2.2 SpdrShTTr SST .27 .9 ...q 31.05 29.72 19 30.19 +.5 SpFcStIn n XITK ... ... ... 70.16 52.00 0 68.32 +16.9 SPDR SrTr XTH ... ... ... 74.09 52.08 0 71.86 +13.9 SPDR Intrnt XWEB ... ... ... 65.92 51.20 65.82 +14.1 Spdr1500VT VLU 4.85e 2.0 ...q 96.00 74.73 90.87 +3.1 SpdrScored CBND .99 3.1 ...q 33.26 31.20 0 32.05 +1.6 SpdrIntCBd IBND .14e .4 ...q 34.03 30.10 21 32.69 +5.9 SpdrIGFlt FLRN .20 .7 ...q 31.03 30.42 160 30.70 +.3 SpdrHYMu HYMB 2.55 4.5 ...q 59.93 54.00 73 56.95 +1.8 SpdrWFPf PSK 2.59e 5.8 ...q 47.67 41.35 28 44.89 +7.0 SpdrBarITB BWZ .06e ... ...q 32.32 28.93 12 30.83 +5.3 SpdrBarcCv CWB 3.55e 4.7 ...q 49.12 42.29 490 48.48 +6.2 SpdrLTBd LWC 1.81 4.4 ...q 43.81 38.57 40 41.43 +3.9 SpdrITBd ITR .92 2.7 ...q 35.02 33.64 214 34.45 +1.6 SpdrBarMBB MBG .83 3.1 ...q 27.36 25.30 52 26.49 +.8 SpdrEMBd EBND ... ... ...q 31.51 25.45 9 28.24 +6.2 SpdrShTHiY SJNK 1.58 5.6 ...q 28.17 26.41 1585 27.99 +1.1 SpdrLehHY JNK 2.30 6.2 ...q 37.24 34.47 9481 37.09 +1.8 SpdrSTCpBd SCPB .40e 1.2 ...q 30.84 30.43 252 30.65 +.4 SP IntTip WIP .41e .3 ...q 57.71 51.41 13 55.58 +6.8 SPLIntTB s BWX ... ... ...q 29.34 25.52 305 27.29 +5.0 SpdrTrans s XTN .25e .5 ...q 57.43 40.57 26 50.77 -5.9 SpdrTelcm XTL .68e 1.0 ...q 74.28 54.61 3 69.05 -.4 SpdrHCSv s XHS .61e .2 ...q 61.41 47.50 9 59.60 +13.6 SpdrHCEq s XHE 3.22e .1 ...q 58.99 43.33 79 56.42 +13.5 SpdrSf&Sv s XSW .19e .3 ...q 61.86 47.79 62 60.36 +10.7 SpdrMLCrs CJNK 1.01e 3.8 ...q 27.40 25.05 2 26.63 +2.9 SpdrAerDf s XAR 1.70e 1.5 ...q 69.94 52.92 313 66.71 +5.3 SpdrLehAgB BNDS 1.48 2.6 ...q 59.85 56.38 34 57.70 +1.4 SpdrBarcTip IPE .01e ... ...q 58.93 55.10 28 56.63 +.8 SpdrLehLTT TLO 1.82 2.6 ...q 82.40 67.44 37 71.33 +3.5 SpdrLehIntTr ITE .74 1.2 ...q 61.96 59.24 85 60.23 +1.0 SpdrLe1-3bll BIL ... ... ...q 45.74 45.69 2770 45.73 +.1 SpdrS&P RB KRE .74e 1.4 ...q 59.68 35.29 10156 52.33 -5.8 Spdr1500MT MMTM 1.61e 1.6 ...q 101.11 86.14 0 98.58 +5.1 SpdrRetl s XRT .49e 1.2 ...q 48.26 39.50 5272 40.97 -7.0 SpdNuBMu s TFI ... ... ...q 50.98 46.81 241 48.62 +2.5 SpdrPhm s XPH 3.00e .9 ...q 47.82 36.58 53 41.19 +5.4 SpdrOGEx XOP .73e 2.1 ...q 44.97 32.21 11408 34.69 -16.2 SpNuBST rs SHM ... ... ...q 49.25 47.67 236 48.69 +1.6 SpdrGendr SHE ... ... ... 66.98 59.80 1 65.18 +4.2 SpdrOGEq XES .49e 2.8 ...q 24.58 16.40 301 17.28 -22.7 SpdR1KLVF ONEV ... ... ... 70.56 60.63 4 68.62 +4.3 SpdrMetM XME .49e 1.7 ...q 35.21 20.53 5724 28.54 -6.1 SpdrR1KMo ONEO ... ... ... 69.75 58.00 6 67.87 +4.8 SpdrR1KYF ONEY ... ... ... 72.26 60.00 67.86 +.7 SpdSPXHiD SPYD ... ... ...q 36.75 31.69 56 34.54 -.9 SpdrFosFFr SPYX ... ... ...q 58.63 47.72 5 57.39 +7.2 SpdrR1KLV LGLV 5.40e 2.0 ...q 87.22 75.63 13 84.84 +5.6 SpdrUsaSt QUS .54e ... ...q 70.33 58.79 0 68.50 +5.8 Spd SP600 SLY 3.97e 1.2 ... 127.00 98.24 14 118.83 -1.7 SpdrSPXBbk SPYB .41e ... ...q 55.67 43.73 1 54.12 +3.2 SpdrRus2K TWOK 1.49e 1.9 ...q 83.85 63.77 13 80.12 +.6 Spdr1-10Tip TIPX .08e .4 ...q 20.25 19.21 0 19.61 +1.3 Spdr0-5yTip SIPE .03e .2 ...q 20.01 19.48 2 19.60 -1.3 SpdrR2KLV SMLV 2.16e 2.4 ...q 96.38 73.31 6 89.69 -4.0 SPX Cp SPXC ... ... 22 28.93 14.00 326 26.14 +10.2 SPX Flow n FLOW ... ... ...dd 39.16 22.34 143 37.62 +17.3 SRC Eng SRCI ... ... ...dd 10.38 5.66 3065 7.31 -18.0 STMicro STM .40 2.5 48 17.16 5.26 6198 16.18 +42.6 SABESP SBS .39e 4.6 ... 11.22 7.01 6326 8.46 -2.5 SabnR SBR 2.13e 5.7 17 40.99 32.22 15 37.25 +6.0 SachemC n SACH .05p ... ... 5.35 4.65 1 4.95 -.6 SafeBulk SB .04 1.9 ... 2.60 .94 384 2.06 +79.1 SafeBlk pfB SBpB 2.00 7.7 ... 27.42 21.50 25.93 +7.4 SafeBlk pfC SBpC 2.00 10.5 ... 20.38 11.42 2 19.10 +37.8 SafeB pfD SBpD 2.00 10.6 ... 20.06 10.80 2 18.90 +39.8 SafegdSci SFE ... ... ...dd 14.38 10.60 55 11.00 -18.2 SagaComm SGA 1.20 2.4 17 52.05 36.70 10 49.15 -2.3 StJoe JOE ... ... ...cc 21.90 16.30 252 17.40 -8.4 Salesforce CRM ... ... ...cc 90.28 66.43 8711 87.75 +28.2 SalMidMLP SMM 1.30 10.3 ...q 14.32 10.17 74 12.68 -6.6tSallyBty SBH ... ... 11 30.73 18.68 1563 18.44 -30.2 SamsO&G s SSN ... ... ... .88 .40 18 .42 -41.7 SJuanB SJT .41e 5.5 17 8.00 5.19 77 7.57 +14.4 SanchezEn SN ... ... ...dd 14.39 5.64 6330 6.59 -27.0 SnchzPP rs SPP 1.75f 12.5 ...dd 15.93 9.51 45 14.05 +19.1 SandRidge SD ... ... ... 26.85 15.75 109 20.05 -14.9 SandRMiss SDT .29e 19.3 1 2.76 1.20 82 1.49 +14.6 SandRMs2 SDR .56e 40.0 1 1.94 1.31 160 1.40 -.7 SandRdgP PER .34e 11.5 7 4.00 2.28 142 3.00 +1.7 SandstG g SAND ... ... ... 6.75 3.18 2327 3.55 -9.0 Sano SNY 1.58e 3.2 ... 50.24 36.81 3369 49.15 +21.5 SantCUSA SC ... ... 5 15.47 9.49 2475 11.64 -13.8 SantFn pfA SANpA 1.70 6.6 ... 26.40 24.55 12 25.89 +2.0 SantFn pfB SANpB 1.03 4.3 ... 24.97 21.42 19 24.28 +2.1 SantFn pfC SANpC 1.63 6.4 ... 28.30 24.65 5 25.57 +1.9 SantFn pfI SANpI 1.60 6.2 ... 28.02 21.82 7 25.82 +3.1 Santand pfC SOVpC 1.83 7.0 ... 27.08 25.35 6 25.90 +.7 SaratogaI SAR 1.84f 8.4 10 23.78 15.90 9 21.96 +6.6 Sasol SSL 1.41e 4.6 ... 32.40 24.85 238 30.46 +6.5 SaulCntr BFS 2.04 3.6 19 68.75 55.27 46 56.90 -14.6 SaulCtr pfC BFSpC 1.72 6.7 ... 26.99 24.65 2 25.54 +1.4 MastThera MSTX/O ... ... ...dd .71 .07 .13 +50.6 Schlmbrg SLB 2.00 2.8 71 87.84 70.23 5924 71.43 -14.9 SchndrNt n SNDR ... ... ... 20.10 17.69 482 18.83 -.9 SchwUSMkt SCHB .96e 1.7 ...q 58.17 47.67 981 57.18 +5.5 SchwUSLgC SCHX .98e 1.7 ...q 57.42 47.19 773 56.49 +6.1 SchwLCGr SCHG .63e 1.0 ...q 62.84 49.78 340 61.83 +10.7 SchwLCVal SCHV 1.14e 2.3 ...q 50.96 42.42 298 49.05 +2.0 SchwMCap SCHM .59e 1.3 ...q 48.25 39.60 196 46.82 +3.7 SchUSSmC SCHA .76e 1.2 ...q 64.63 50.85 548 61.88 +.7 SchwEMkt SCHE .68e 2.8 ...q 25.12 19.68 1205 24.23 +12.4 SchEMLgC FNDE .32e 1.2 ...q 27.47 19.57 715 26.16 +9.5 SchIntSmCo FNDC .41e 1.3 ...q 32.18 25.65 137 31.88 +12.3 SchIntLgCo FNDF .47e 1.7 ...q 28.02 22.04 270 27.67 +10.2 SchUSSmCo FNDA .36e 1.1 ...q 35.55 27.64 212 33.76 -1.0 SchUSLgCo FNDX .54e 1.6 ...q 34.45 28.73 326 33.20 +1.7 SchUSBrd FNDB .61e 1.8 ...q 34.39 28.55 52 33.10 +1.7 SchwUSDiv SCHD 1.13e 2.5 ...q 45.38 39.47 843 44.32 +1.7 SchwIntEq SCHF .84e 2.7 ...q 31.53 25.33 1108 31.20 +12.7 SchwAggBd SCHZ 1.09 2.1 ...q 54.10 51.10 213 52.26 +1.5 SchwREIT SCHH .89e 2.2 ...q 45.59 38.03 447 40.32 -1.8 SchIntUSTr SCHR .86 1.6 ...q 56.23 52.89 84 54.13 +1.5 SchSTUSTr SCHO .35 .7 ...q 50.99 50.28 129 50.47 +.1 SchUSTips SCHP ... ... ...q 57.48 54.14 266 55.50 +1.2 SchwIntSC SCHC .75e 2.3 ...q 33.12 27.20 106 32.63 +12.1 Schwab SCHW .32 .8 27 43.65 23.83 8383 38.33 -2.9 Schwb pfB SCHWpB 1.50 5.9 ... 27.27 24.77 42 25.51 +.9 Schwb pfC SCHWpC 1.50 5.5 ... 28.31 24.52 55 27.10 +7.3 Schwb pfD SCHWpD ... ... ... 28.00 24.35 58 26.87 +7.5 SchwitMau SWM 1.68 4.4 12 47.01 33.39 221 37.99 -16.6 SciApplic SAIC 1.24 1.7 22 89.87 52.36 260 72.13 -14.9 ScorpioB19 SLTB 1.88 7.7 ... 24.76 17.00 1 24.50 +9.6 ScorpBlk rs SALT ... ... ... 10.14 2.64 496 6.10 +20.8 ScorpioTk STNG .04 1.0 ... 5.99 3.50 1683 4.03 -11.0 ScorpioT 20 SBNA 1.69 7.0 ... 24.91 21.75 3 24.03 +7.1 ScorpioT17 SBNB 1.88 7.4 ... 26.00 24.93 2 25.40 +.5 ScorpT19 n SBBC ... ... ... 25.57 25.00 18 25.20 -.4 Scotts SMG 2.00 2.3 23 98.82 65.80 349 87.33 -8.6 ScrippsEW SSP 1.03e ... 24 24.15 12.16 673 17.27 -10.7 SbdCp SEB 3.00 ... 13 4545.00 2590.00 0 3806.01 -3.7 SeabGld g SA ... ... ... 15.88 7.35 486 10.90 +33.7 SeacorHld CKH ... ... ...dd 76.32 45.49 135 64.95 -8.9tSeadrillLtd SDRL ... ... 1 4.59 .56 6766 .58 -82.9 Seadrill SDLP .40 12.7 ... 6.45 2.70 204 3.14 -25.2 SealAir SEE .64 1.5 22 50.62 41.74 2177 42.94 -5.3tSeaspan SSW .50m 8.8 9 16.64 5.83 1278 5.69 -37.7 Seaspn pfE SSWpE 2.06 9.4 ... 26.50 17.72 14 21.85 +6.7 Seaspan 19 SSWN 1.59 6.3 ... 26.46 23.50 2 25.06 -.4 Seaspn pfD SSWpD 1.99 9.3 ... 26.90 16.19 13 21.47 +5.5 Seaspn pfH SSWpH ... ... ... 25.75 17.50 5 20.85 +7.1 SeaWorld SEAS .40m 2.3 ...cc 20.13 11.77 1766 17.65 -6.8 SelEngS n WTTR ... ... ... 16.55 14.01 262 15.25 -.2 SelMedHld SEM ... ... 17 15.15 10.08 1019 13.40 +1.1 SelctIns 43 SGZA 1.47 5.8 ... 26.82 23.07 21 25.21 +5.5 SemGroup SEMG 1.80 5.6 ...cc 43.20 27.35 387 32.10 -23.1 SemiMfg SMI ... ... 13 7.74 3.88 116 5.42 -28.9 SempraEn SRE 3.29f 3.0 22 114.66 92.95 1260 110.76 +10.1 SensataT ST ... ... 16 45.30 32.07 910 39.33 +1.0 Senseon n SENS ... ... ... Sensient SXT 1.20 1.5 25 84.55 66.36 109 79.83 +1.6 SequansC SQNS ... ... ... 4.23 1.60 149 3.86 +106.4 Seritage n SRG 1.00 2.6 ... 51.99 38.49 493 38.90 -8.9 ServiceCp SCI .60f 1.9 25 33.20 24.90 926 31.64 +11.4 ServiceMst SERV ... ... 26 42.45 32.41 655 36.45 -3.2 ServcNow NOW ... ... ...cc 100.19 63.51 2789 98.97 +33.1 Servotr SVT .30e 3.2 ...cc 13.15 8.20 6 9.25 -8.1 ShakeShk n SHAK ... ... ...cc 42.94 30.36 1462 38.04 +6.3 ShawCm g SJR 1.18 ... ... 21.84 18.36 346 20.86 +4.0 ShellMidst SHLX 1.16f 3.8 24 35.17 25.42 482 30.89 +6.2 Sherwin SHW 3.40 1.0 27 339.62 239.48 683 331.22 +23.2 ShinhanFn SHG ... ... ... 45.37 30.57 165 43.48 +15.5 ShipFin SFL 1.80 13.1 8 16.28 12.07 622 13.70 -7.7 Shopify n SHOP ... ... ...dd 95.88 26.09 7842 92.11 +114.9 Shutterstk SSTK ... ... 56 65.16 39.46 222 43.81 -7.8 SibanyG rt SBGL/RT ... ... ... SibanyeG SBGL .40e 4.9 ... 20.97 6.16 5062 8.13 +15.2 SiderurNac SID .14e 7.3 ... 4.24 1.73 6563 1.91 -40.9 Sifco SIF ... ... ...dd 11.75 6.25 0 7.35 -3.9 SignetJwlrs SIG 1.04 1.8 8 109.42 57.87 1112 59.33 -37.1 SilvrSpNet SSNI ... ... ... 15.40 9.68 254 9.88 -25.8tSlvrcpMt n SVM ... ... ... 3.35 3.21 117 3.03 -7.1 SimonProp SPG 7.00 4.5 19 229.10 152.09 2239 154.01 -13.3 Simon pfJ SPGpJ 4.19 5.9 ... 81.50 65.00 0 70.90 +5.3 SimpsnM SSD .84f 2.1 24 48.41 37.06 226 40.66 -6.7 SinopcShg SHI ... ... ... 64.80 42.64 14 57.40 +6.0 Siteone n SITE ... ... ... 51.11 26.60 412 48.87 +40.7 SixFlags SIX 2.56 4.1 34 65.19 47.61 1215 61.74 +3.0 Skechers s SKX ... ... 15 32.71 18.81 3098 22.99 -6.5 Skyline SKY ... ... ...dd 17.35 5.33 79 5.45 -64.7 Smart&Fnl SFS ... ... 31 16.37 10.65 262 13.65 -3.2 Smith&N SNN .61e 1.8 60 35.38 26.97 349 34.25 +13.9 SmithAO s AOS .56 1.1 30 55.41 40.00 1218 53.02 +12.0 Smucker SJM 3.00 2.4 15 157.31 122.05 1116 125.90 -1.7 SnapInc A n SNAP ... ... ... 29.44 17.59 15691 20.27 -17.2 SnapOn SNA 2.84 1.7 18 181.73 145.17 689 164.32 -4.1 SocQ&M SQM .99e 2.9 ... 37.24 20.92 1056 34.55 +20.6 Sol-Wind n SLWD ... ... ... SolarCap 42 SLRA 1.69 6.7 ... 26.37 23.77 3 25.26 +.3 SolarOilf n SOI ... ... ... 12.25 11.41 312 12.00 +2.1 Solitario XPL ... ... ...dd .95 .43 49 .72 +15.3 SonicAut SAH .20 1.1 9 27.45 16.08 246 18.60 -18.8 SonocoP SON 1.56f 3.1 20 55.58 45.67 494 50.11 -4.9 SonyCp SNE ... ... ... 35.91 26.24 947 35.32 +26.0 Sothebys BID .40 .8 25 50.99 25.88 566 49.54 +24.3 SourcC SOR 1.40a 3.7 ...q 38.48 35.10 27 37.88 +5.4 SoJerInd s SJI 1.09 3.1 32 38.40 27.51 369 34.67 +2.9 SthcrssEn SXE ... ... ...dd 4.74 1.10 120 4.00 +196.3 SCEd pfB SCEpB 1.02 4.3 ... 25.78 21.64 0 23.75 +6.5 SCEd pfC SCEpC 1.06 4.4 ... 25.91 22.00 20 24.35 +3.4 SCEd pfD SCEpD 1.08 4.3 ... 26.85 22.40 1 24.90 +2.4 SCEd pfE SCEpE 1.20 4.8 ... 27.00 22.52 4 25.20 +.2 SouthnCo SO 2.32f 4.7 17 54.64 46.20 3992 49.77 +1.2 SouthCo 75 SOJA 1.56 5.8 ... 28.93 25.00 32 26.96 +3.3 SouthCo ef SOJB ... ... ... 25.32 21.28 123 24.77 +13.5 SthnCopper SCCO .23e .7 33 39.50 24.90 717 33.66 +5.4 SwstAirl LUV .40 .7 15 59.68 35.42 3500 57.29 +14.9 SwtGas SWX 1.98f 2.6 25 86.65 64.26 330 77.18 +.7 SwGA Fn SGB .44 2.2 15 25.00 14.50 1 20.10 +.5 SwstnEngy SWN ... ... ...dd 15.59 6.81 20037 6.84 -36.8tSwEn dpfB SWNC 3.13 18.4 ... 36.14 16.95 85 16.99 -33.3 SparkNet LOV ... ... ...dd 2.08 .83 32 .00 +18.9tSparton SPA ... ... 17 26.43 18.05 111 17.47 -26.8 SpdEmFos EEMX ... ... ... 63.19 51.15 0 61.35 +18.6 SpdDbShDu STOT ... ... ... 50.59 49.24 6 50.04 +1.1 SpdFosFr n EFAX ... ... ... 70.30 58.27 1 68.85 +13.6 SpdDbEMk EMTL ... ... ... 52.84 48.43 0 50.38 +3.2 SpecOpps SPE 1.19e 2.4 ...q 15.13 13.30 9 14.69 +7.6 SpcOpp pfB SPEpB .88 3.4 ... 25.56 25.37 25.56 SpectraEP SEP 2.81f 6.5 14 49.45 40.19 290 43.06 -6.1 SpectrmB SPB 1.68 1.3 29 146.09 111.40 594 129.37 +5.8 SpeedM TRK .60 3.5 20 22.29 16.62 32 17.00 -21.6 Spire SR 2.10 3.0 20 71.21 59.54 184 69.20 +7.2 SpiritAero SPR .10 ... 12 62.90 41.27 753 52.96 -9.2 SpiritRltC SRC .72 9.9 9 13.97 6.64 18392 7.27 -33.1 SpragueRs SRLP 2.37f 8.9 14 30.35 22.50 11 26.75 -4.8 Sprint S ... ... ...dd 9.65 3.46 32789 7.89 -6.3 SprottSilv PSLV ... ... ...q 8.01 5.97 625 6.36 +4.6 SprottGold PHYS ... ... ...q 11.43 9.19 646 10.20 +8.6 SprottPPP SPPP ... ... ... 8.21 6.16 28 7.49 +8.6 SprottRL g SILU ... ... ... 1.25 Square n SQ ... ... ...dd 20.69 8.42 5428 19.68 +44.4 STAG Indl STAG 1.39 5.3 48 26.87 20.50 621 26.24 +9.9 STAG pfB STAGpB 1.66 6.5 ... 26.70 24.55 2 25.69 +3.0 STAG pfC STAGpC ... ... ... 28.14 24.95 26.63 +3.8 StageStrs SSI .20m 9.3 ...dd 6.56 1.80 887 2.14 -51.0 SP Matls XLB .98e 1.9 ...q 53.82 44.22 6835 51.99 +4.6 SP HlthC XLV 1.01e 1.3 ...q 76.75 65.96 10278 74.82 +8.5 SP CnSt XLP 1.28e 2.3 ...q 56.02 49.98 7872 55.05 +6.5 SP Consum XLY 1.12e 1.3 ...q 90.93 74.18 6508 88.65 +8.9 SP Engy XLE 2.04e 3.0 ...q 78.45 64.11 13506 67.25 -10.7 SPDR Fncl XLF .46e 2.0 ...q 25.30 17.31 99520 23.15 -.4 SP Inds XLI 1.12e 1.7 ...q 67.19 52.78 15013 65.30 +5.0 SP Tech XLK .78e 1.4 ...q 56.13 41.26 15603 54.92 +13.6 SpdrRESel XLRE ... ... ...q 34.82 29.07 2454 31.60 +2.8 SP Util XLU 1.55e 3.0 ...q 53.02 45.33 14272 51.88 +6.8 StdMotor SMP .76 1.5 17 55.37 36.51 91 49.06 -7.8 Standex SXI .64 .7 19 101.24 74.35 49 85.50 -2.7 StanBlkDk SWK 2.32 1.7 21 140.06 103.86 1254 134.97 +17.7 StanB&D 52 SWJ 1.44 5.7 ... 26.96 23.95 35 25.40 +4.4 Stantec g STN .50f ... ... 28.05 21.50 19 22.35 -11.5 StarGas SGU .41 4.1 16 11.39 8.26 36 10.06 -6.5 Starret SCX .40 4.2 31 12.89 8.77 7 9.55 +2.7 Startek SRT ... ... ...dd 10.88 4.12 25 10.41 +23.2 StarwdPT STWD 1.92 8.9 15 23.46 19.86 2382 21.59 -1.6 StateStr STT 1.52 1.9 15 85.38 50.60 1459 79.89 +2.8 StateSt pfC STTpC ... ... ... 27.23 23.01 9 25.26 +8.0 StateSt pfD STTpD ... ... ... 29.54 24.79 21 28.74 +11.1 StaStCp pfG STTpG ... ... ... 27.89 24.25 76 26.83 +7.2 StateSt pfE STTpE ... ... ... 28.70 25.05 44 26.67 +5.4 Statoil ASA STO .88e 4.9 ... 19.27 14.98 2086 17.92 -1.8 SteelPtrs SPLP ... ... 4 19.95 13.70 18 18.15 +17.1 SteelPr pfA SPLPpA ... ... ... 24.00 22.08 1 22.24 -3.9 Steelcse SCS .51f 3.1 15 18.14 12.67 527 16.25 -9.2 StellusCap SCM 1.36 9.5 11 14.82 9.62 77 14.30 +18.6 StellusC 19 SCQ 1.63 6.4 ... 26.25 24.70 0 25.57 +.2 Stepan SCL .82 1.0 21 89.90 55.87 58 81.45 Steris plc STE 1.12f 1.5 20 77.50 63.26 405 74.62 +10.7 SterlingBc STL .28 1.3 20 25.85 14.55 1102 21.80 -6.8 StewInfo STC 1.20 2.7 19 48.60 36.13 88 44.47 -3.5 StifelFin SF ... ... 16 56.62 28.49 451 44.32 -11.3 Stifel pfA SFpA 1.56 5.9 ... 28.46 24.33 9 26.59 +7.0 StneEn wt SGY/WS ... ... ... 4.00 1.80 5 2.09 -40.5 StoneEng rs SGY ... ... ...dd 27.77 3.00 123 21.41 +199.4 StoneHEM EDF 2.16 13.3 ...q 16.70 13.35 218 16.29 +11.3 StonHEmM EDI 1.81 11.3 ...q 16.40 12.50 77 16.04 +16.7 StoneMor STON 1.32 14.6 ...dd 26.90 7.65 179 9.03 +1.3 StonegtMtg SGM ... ... ...dd 7.97 3.16 13 7.97 +33.5 Stonerdg SRI ... ... 12 20.82 13.42 196 16.25 -8.1 StoreCap STOR 1.16 5.7 22 31.44 19.65 3687 20.34 -17.7 StrPathCm STRP ... ... ... 235.88 15.06 164 178.31 +425.8 StratALL36 GJT .29 1.5 ... 19.97 17.49 19.70 +9.4 Strat D35 GJP .74 3.4 ... 23.10 21.00 1 21.84 +.6 StratGS33 GJS .32 1.6 ... 20.11 17.55 2 19.44 +6.5 StratNWS95 GJV 1.75 6.7 ... 26.97 25.06 0 26.15 +3.9 StratPG34 GJR .27 1.3 ... 21.40 19.53 1 21.02 +1.6 StratUSM GJH .64 6.4 ... 11.21 9.58 1 9.95 +.6 StratWMT GJO .22 1.0 ... 22.33 19.80 22.10 +10.5 Stryker SYK 1.70 1.3 27 136.79 106.48 953 134.84 +12.5 SturmRug RGR 1.92 3.1 14 70.30 47.15 159 62.80 +19.2 SubPpne SPH 3.55 14.9 54 37.10 23.40 308 23.81 -20.8 SumitMitsu SMFG ... ... ... 8.30 5.43 1063 7.18 -6.0 SummitHtl INN .68f 4.0 13 17.45 11.41 1029 16.90 +5.4 SumtH pfB INNpB 1.97 7.7 ... 27.05 25.31 1 25.54 -.8 SumtH pfC INNpC 1.78 7.0 ... 28.19 24.85 3 25.56 +.9 SummtH pfD INNpD 1.61 6.4 ... 27.00 22.45 2 25.33 +7.6 SumtMtls n SUM .29t ... 31 28.71 17.27 1406 27.26 +14.6 SummitMP SMLP 2.30 9.9 ...dd 26.50 19.96 88 23.20 -7.8 SunCmts SUI 2.68f 3.1 30 85.98 67.95 449 85.24 +11.3 SunCm pfA SUIpA 1.78 7.0 ... 26.83 23.38 3 25.61 +1.7 SunLfFn g SLF 1.74f 5.3 ... 40.57 30.38 584 32.74 -14.8 SunCokeE SXC ... ... 30 13.14 5.18 707 8.36 -26.3 SunCokeEn SXCP 2.38 15.2 7 21.95 10.30 198 15.65 -18.7 Suncor g SU 1.28 ... ... 33.79 25.60 2450 31.42 -3.9 SunLink SSY ... ... ...dd 1.90 .44 8 1.59 +31.8 SunocoLP SUN 3.30 11.0 ...dd 34.28 21.01 278 30.11 +12.0 SunstnHtl SHO .20 1.3 12 16.15 11.26 1449 15.62 +2.4 SunstHt pfE SHOpE ... ... ... 28.44 24.29 1 25.73 +1.5 SunstHt pfF SHOpF 1.61 6.3 ... 26.65 23.82 25.40 +2.2 Suntech STP ... ... ... .54 SunTrst STI 1.04 1.9 15 61.69 37.71 4721 54.07 -1.4 SunTr wtB STI/WS/B ... ... ... 18.34 3.15 60 12.00 -9.6 SunTr wtA STI/WS/A ... ... ... 27.83 7.41 1 20.73 -7.9 SunTr pfA STIpA 1.50 6.1 ... 25.00 21.41 9 24.64 +5.0 SunTr pfE STIpE 1.47 5.7 ... 26.83 24.07 10 25.75 +3.6 SupDrillg SDPI ... ... ...dd 2.72 .72 220 .80 -39.4 SupEnrgy SPN .32 2.9 ...dd 19.83 10.45 3197 11.21 -33.6tSuperiorInd SUP 1.00f 5.3 12 32.12 18.90 264 19.00 -27.4 Supvalu SVU ... ... 7 5.74 3.20 3991 3.85 -17.6 SuprmInd STS .14a .8 18 22.00 11.03 86 17.94 +14.3 SuthrlAs n SLD 1.52 10.4 ... 15.05 12.40 101 14.55 +8.2 SwEBioFu23 FUE ... ... ... 9.50 7.18 7.43 -2.9 SwEGrain23 GRU ... ... ... 4.98 3.64 4 3.69 -2.5 SwRCmETR RJN ... ... ... 2.77 1.94 2 2.39 -12.1 SwRCmMTR RJZ ... ... ... 8.32 6.88 2 7.83 +4.7 SwLgCap22 EEH ... ... ...q 17.90 15.22 17.90 +9.1 SwRCmATR RJA ... ... ... 7.02 6.04 29 6.24 -1.1 SwERCmTR RJI ... ... ... 5.35 4.73 36 4.95 -4.6 SwiftTrans SWFT ... ... 20 27.18 14.31 1868 22.89 -6.0 SwisHelv SWZ .64e .2 ...q 12.42 9.75 18 12.25 +20.0 Synchrony SYF .26 ... 10 38.06 23.25 7829 26.50 -26.9 Syngenta SYT 2.33e 2.5 ... 93.61 74.52 330 92.96 +17.6 Synnex SNX 1.00 .9 14 129.24 85.02 203 105.28 -13.0 Synovs pfC SNVpC 1.97 7.1 ... 30.46 26.26 5 27.65 +.5 SynovusFn SNV .60f 1.5 19 44.09 26.90 1042 41.14 +.1 SynthBiol SYN ... ... ...dd 2.38 .41 868 .51 -32.9 Sysco SYY 1.32 2.4 24 57.07 47.15 2684 54.43 -1.7 Systemax SYX .20f 1.3 46 17.51 7.05 47 15.53 +77.1T -T3 Mot wtI TTTM/WS/W ... ... ... .01 TAL Educ TAL ... ... 87 132.29 52.03 1325 121.77 +73.6 TC PpLn TCP 3.76 6.5 18 65.03 47.12 127 57.72 -1.9 TCF Fncl TCF .30f 1.9 14 20.03 11.72 1393 15.43 -21.2 TCF Fn wt TCF/WS ... ... ... 3.96 1.00 1 1.30 -62.9 TCFFn pfB TCFpB 1.88 7.5 ... 27.20 25.11 16 25.15 -1.8 TCF F pfC TCFpC 1.61 6.3 ... 26.45 24.60 9 25.66 +2.6 TCW Strat TSI .21 3.7 ...q 5.59 5.19 41 5.52 +3.6 TE Connect TEL 1.60f 2.2 16 79.69 54.54 1292 73.89 +6.7 THL Crd21 TCRX ... ... ... 26.80 24.71 25.65 +1.3 THLCred22 TCRZ 1.69 6.5 ... 26.62 24.98 1 26.14 +3.0 THLCSenL TSLF 1.32 7.2 ...q 18.77 15.74 12 18.23 -2.7 TIM Part TSU .28e 2.0 ... 16.81 9.15 2285 13.75 +16.5 TJX TJX 1.25f 1.7 21 83.64 71.50 5711 74.48 -.9 TPG SpLnd TSLX 1.56 7.6 13 21.10 16.10 150 20.55 +10.0 TRC Cos TRR ... ... 29 17.55 5.90 119 17.50 +65.1 TableauA DATA ... ... ...dd 63.34 41.41 916 59.69 +41.6 TahoeRes TAHO .24 2.6 15 17.01 7.12 2730 9.08 -3.6tTailorBr TLRD .72 6.7 21 28.76 10.90 1808 10.68 -58.2 Taiwan TWN ... ... ...q 19.44 14.22 3 19.08 +18.5 TaiwSemi TSM .73e 2.1 ... 35.80 24.21 8197 34.90 +21.4 Takung n TKAT ... ... ... 9.74 6.50 7 6.96 -27.0 TallgEGP n TEGP 1.15f 4.3 30 29.50 20.38 177 26.55 -.9 TallgrsEn TEP 3.34f 6.7 22 55.50 42.54 127 49.88 +5.1tTangerFac SKT 1.37a 5.4 11 42.20 25.11 3725 25.48 -28.8 TanzRy g TRX ... ... ... 1.49 .39 147 .50 TargaRes TRGP 3.64 7.3 ... 61.83 35.35 1256 49.54 -11.6 TargaR pfA NGLSpA 2.25 8.2 ... 28.18 25.01 8 27.51 Target TGT 2.40 4.3 11 79.33 52.72 11212 55.83 -22.7 TaroPhrm TARO ... ... 10 150.75 92.28 145 114.49 +8.8 Taseko TGB ... ... ... 1.63 .41 448 1.27 +49.1 TataCom TCL ... ... ... 6.62 TataMotors TTM ... ... ... 44.79 27.95 1060 33.88 -1.5 Taubmn TCO 2.50f 4.2 15 81.68 57.85 420 59.13 -20.0 Taub pfJ TCOpJ 1.63 6.4 ... 26.75 24.50 42 25.49 +3.6 Taub pfK TCOpK 1.56 6.2 ... 26.58 24.00 3 25.28 +2.2 TaylorMH TMHC ... ... 16 24.60 13.68 1177 23.01 +19.5 Team TISI ... ... ...dd 39.70 23.53 293 24.10 -38.6 Technip FTI ... ... 25 37.09 24.00 2488 31.54 -11.2 TeckRes g TECK .20f ... ... 26.60 9.20 4491 18.05 -9.9 Teekay TK .22 3.4 ...dd 11.77 5.45 4986 6.45 -19.7 TeekLNG TGP .56 3.5 ... 19.90 9.47 495 15.85 +9.7 TeekLN pfA TGPpA 2.25 8.9 ... 25.60 22.66 12 25.40 +8.2tTeekOffsh TOO .44 12.3 ... 6.69 4.06 6156 3.59 -29.1 TeekOf pfA TOOpA 1.81 10.1 ... 21.94 17.00 87 17.85 -4.0 TeekOf pfB TOOpB 2.13 10.9 ... 23.64 18.97 174 19.51 -2.7 TeekayTnk TNK .21 10.9 ... 3.84 1.90 1145 1.93 -14.6 Tegna TGNA .56 2.5 10 26.65 17.91 4696 22.30 +4.3 TejonRnch TRC ... ... ...cc 27.99 19.86 47 20.91 -17.8 TeklaHlth HQH 2.85e 11.5 ...q 27.35 19.92 60 24.81 +17.4 TeklaHcrOp THQ 1.35a 8.0 ...q 18.42 14.72 138 16.95 +9.2 TeklaLfSci HQL 1.95e 9.7 ...q 20.73 15.85 56 20.09 +18.2 TeklaWH n THW 1.40 9.8 ...q 15.61 12.64 74 14.25 +11.0 TelInstEl TIK ... ... 14 6.25 3.30 1 3.95 -10.2 Teladoc n TDOC ... ... ... 30.98 9.59 894 28.55 +73.0 TlcmArg TEO .71e 3.0 ... 25.97 17.04 147 23.70 +30.4 TelItalia TI ... ... ... 10.20 6.95 124 9.80 +10.2 TelItaliaA TI/A .30e 3.8 ... 8.29 5.61 8 7.94 +8.9 Teledyne TDY ... ... 23 137.00 92.52 172 126.05 +2.5 Teleex TFX 1.36 .7 37 211.22 136.53 174 193.50 +20.1 TelefBrasil VIV .64e 4.8 ... 15.69 11.28 8033 13.36 +.7 TelefEsp TEF 1.20e 11.0 ... 11.64 8.15 2299 10.85 +17.9 TelData TDS .62f 2.4 41 32.98 24.12 1352 26.28 -9.0 TelData45 TDI 1.66 6.4 ... 27.46 23.60 5 25.77 +5.8 TelData 61 TDA 1.47 5.8 ... 26.26 22.22 11 25.18 +12.2 TelData60 TDJ 1.75 6.8 ... 26.34 24.46 8 25.58 +2.0 TelData59 TDE 1.72 6.8 ... 26.48 24.15 15 25.22 +1.9 Telus gs TU 1.45 ... ... 34.12 30.31 507 33.34 +4.7 TmpDrgn TDF 4.00e 2.6 ...q 19.62 16.00 25 19.18 +17.1 TmpEMF EMF 1.28e 2.1 ...q 15.26 10.51 109 14.73 +21.8 TmpEMI TEI .80a 7.0 ...q 11.75 9.95 163 11.36 +4.1 TmpGlb GIM .30 4.6 ...q 6.77 6.01 654 6.57 +1.4 TempurSly TPX ... ... 12 82.32 39.57 1430 45.83 -32.9 Tenaris TS .75e 2.4 ... 37.21 25.19 2842 31.91 -10.6 TenetHlth THC ... ... 51 31.84 14.06 2038 16.98 +14.4 Tengsco TGC ... ... ...dd 1.59 .37 50 .64 -8.6 Tennant TNC .84 1.2 34 76.80 49.97 75 71.20 Tenneco TEN 1.00 1.8 9 70.96 44.55 572 55.16 -11.7 TVA 28 TVC .96 3.8 ... 26.46 24.71 19 25.30 +2.2 TVA 29 TVE .84 3.4 ... 26.20 23.54 5 24.93 +1.5 Teradata TDC ... ... 12 33.32 24.27 1235 28.04 +3.2 Teradyn TER .28 .8 25 36.59 18.07 2696 34.66 +36.5 Terex TEX .32 1.0 34 36.43 18.91 2408 31.84 +1.0 Ternium TX 1.00e 4.0 71 28.04 17.63 596 25.01 +3.6tTerraNitro TNH 7.08e 8.6 10 122.00 81.93 50 82.78 -19.4 TerrenoRlt TRNO .80 2.5 51 32.56 23.19 360 31.91 +12.0 Terreno pfA TRNOpA 1.94 7.5 ... 27.24 24.72 38 26.03 +3.1 Tesoro TSO 2.20 2.7 14 93.06 69.49 1677 81.49 -6.8 TesoroLog TLLP 3.64f 6.9 30 60.14 43.00 481 52.89 +4.1 TetraTech TTI ... ... ...dd 6.77 3.00 835 3.23 -35.7 TeucrCorn CORN ... ... ...q 23.69 17.68 38 18.66 -.3 TeucrSug CANE ... ... ...q 15.04 10.74 30 10.98 -15.6 TeucrWht WEAT ... ... ...q 9.67 6.60 128 6.76 -1.7tTeucrSoyb SOYB ... ... ...q 21.95 17.90 28 17.93 -6.1 TeucrmAgs TAGS ... ... ...q 30.95 23.55 23.62 -8.0tTevaPhrm TEVA 1.36e 4.6 10 56.44 30.20 12598 29.67 -18.2 TexPacLd TPL .29f .1 59 336.83 156.00 23 284.44 -4.2 Textainer TGH .96 9.8 ...dd 17.60 6.90 620 9.75 +30.9 Textron TXT .08 .2 19 50.93 34.00 1103 46.13 -5.0 Thai TTF .25e ... ...q 8.75 6.86 9 8.58 +12.9 TherapMD TXMD ... ... ...dd 9.29 3.50 1667 4.30 -25.5 ThermoFis TMO .60 .3 29 173.53 139.07 1506 171.74 +21.7 Thermon THR ... ... 38 21.87 16.50 97 20.46 +7.2 ThirdPtRe TPRE ... ... 49 13.03 11.00 939 12.20 +5.6 ThomsonR TRI 1.38 3.2 18 46.00 38.23 1607 43.12 -1.5 Thor Inds THO 1.32 1.4 16 115.74 60.05 704 93.92 -6.1 3D Sys DDD ... ... ...cc 23.70 11.59 4184 22.34 +68.1 3M Co MMM 4.70 2.4 24 199.90 163.85 1821 195.24 +9.3 Tidwtr TDW 1.00 125.3 ...dd 6.20 .66 3745 .80 -76.6 TierREIT n TIER .72 4.4 ...dd 18.80 14.06 111 16.38 -5.8 Tiffany TIF 1.80 2.0 25 97.29 56.99 1203 91.97 +18.8 Tillys TLYS ... ... 20 15.29 5.49 126 8.61 -34.7 Time Inc TIME .12m 1.0 ...dd 20.40 11.95 1980 11.95 -33.1 TimeWarn TWX 1.61 1.7 16 100.60 68.97 4257 97.01 +.5 Timken TKR 1.08f 2.3 22 51.75 28.72 1074 46.50 +17.1 TimknSteel TMST ... ... ...dd 23.00 8.36 540 13.20 -14.7 Titan Intl TWI .02 .2 ...dd 14.23 5.76 263 9.72 -13.3 TollBros TOL .08p ... 17 37.89 25.29 1867 37.47 +20.9 Tompkins TMP 1.80 2.3 20 96.70 63.00 61 77.00 -18.6 TootsieR TR .36b 1.0 32 40.44 33.19 195 35.00 -9.3 TopBuild n BLD ... ... 24 54.43 28.81 311 51.05 +43.4 Torchmark TMK .60f .8 16 79.53 57.49 513 74.57 +1.1 Torchmk52 TMKpB 1.47 5.7 ... 26.70 24.34 5 25.97 +4.4 Trchmk pfC TMKpC ... ... ... 27.99 24.03 33 26.44 +4.8 Toro Co s TTC .70 1.1 31 67.09 41.49 340 65.56 +17.2 TorDBk gs TD 2.40f 5.2 ... 54.44 41.36 1629 45.96 -6.9 MonTNAPpl TPYP .45p ... ...q 30.26 20.58 13 23.35 -1.5 TortWat n TBLU ... ... ... 26.53 24.78 1 24.91 -.9 TortEnInd NDP 1.75 11.2 ...q 17.43 12.98 39 15.68 -5.0 TortEnInf TYG 2.62 7.7 ...q 37.11 27.67 86 34.13 +11.2 TortMLP NTG 1.69 8.4 ...q 21.84 17.25 115 20.22 +6.0 TortPplE TTP 1.63m 7.7 ...q 22.51 17.13 22 21.25 -1.4 TortPw&E TPZ 1.65 7.4 ...q 23.46 18.66 37 22.18 Total SA TOT 2.71e 5.1 ... 54.12 44.06 3568 53.51 +5.0 TotalSys TSS .40 .7 20 58.97 46.22 633 57.77 +17.8 TowerIntl TOWR .44 1.8 11 30.50 18.75 223 23.80 -16.0 TownsqMda TSQ ... ... 11 13.01 7.30 35 10.09 -3.1 Toyota TM ... ... ... 123.18 98.39 208 106.77 -8.9 TrCda g TRP 1.77 ... 20 49.77 40.22 1269 45.49 +.8 TransEntx TRXC ... ... ...dd 2.33 .52 1072 .55 -57.7sTransUn n TRU ... ... 49 42.13 28.92 1784 41.99 +35.8 Trnsalta g TAC .23 ... ... 6.25 3.75 17 5.25 -4.5 TrnsatlPet TAT ... ... ...dd 1.68 .71 39 1.41 +27.0sTrnsRty TCI .20p ... ...dd 21.50 9.10 2 20.80 +73.1 TransDigm TDG 24.00 ... 21 294.38 203.72 1346 247.80 -.5 TrnsMont TLP 2.90f 6.9 18 49.31 36.93 28 41.94 -5.3 Transocn RIG ... ... 10 16.66 8.68 8588 10.46 -29.0 TrGasSur TGS ... ... ... 17.35 5.85 185 14.94 +65.6 Travelers TRV 2.88f 2.4 12 125.49 103.45 2088 120.88 -1.3 Travelport TVPT .30 2.2 ... 15.15 11.28 3176 13.63 -3.3 TrecoraRs TREC ... ... 13 14.80 9.75 27 10.90 -21.3tTredgar TG .44 2.9 24 25.60 15.00 65 15.35 -36.0 TreeHseF THS ... ... 24 104.53 62.64 638 76.48 +5.9 TremorVid TRMR ... ... ...dd 2.76 1.45 108 2.56 +2.8 Trex TREX ... ... 29 78.16 39.74 168 63.75 -1.0 TriPointe TPH ... ... 10 14.20 10.35 2055 12.59 +9.7 TriContl TY .82e 3.5 ...q 23.95 19.55 64 23.56 +6.8 TriCntl pf TYp 2.50 4.9 ... 54.39 47.50 1 51.40 +6.0 TrianglCap TCAP 1.80 9.9 ... 20.60 16.40 157 18.23 -.6 Triangle 22 TCCA 1.59 6.2 ... 26.29 24.75 1 25.49 +.2 TriangC 22 TCCB 1.59 6.1 ... 26.71 25.07 0 26.06 +2.5 TribMda A TRCO 1.00a 2.5 ...dd 43.04 24.98 1527 39.89 +35.8 TrilogyMtl TMQ ... ... ...dd .85 .41 69 .66 +30.2 TrimShrk n TTAC ... ... ... 30.01 24.36 3 28.55 +5.5 TriNetGrp TNET ... ... 33 33.49 17.78 182 30.62 +19.5 Trinity TRN .52f 2.0 10 30.13 16.98 1086 25.89 -6.7 TrinityPlce TPHS ... ... ... 10.37 6.36 35 7.17 -22.7 Trinseo SA TSE 1.20 1.9 8 72.60 39.45 743 63.85 +7.7sTrioTch TRT ... ... 16 5.17 2.60 83 5.25 +58.3 TriplePtV TPVG 1.44a 10.8 9 14.41 9.80 116 13.34 +13.2 TripPtV20 TPVZ 1.69 6.6 ... 25.96 24.99 0 25.75 +1.0 Triple-S GTS ... ... 77 26.86 15.84 123 16.25 -21.5 TritonInt n TRTN 1.80 6.9 ... 31.97 11.50 543 26.13 +65.4 TriumphGp TGI .16 .7 4 40.09 19.65 699 22.10 -16.6 Tronox TROX .18 1.0 ...dd 19.99 3.84 943 18.07 +75.3 TrueBlue TBI ... ... 13 28.70 16.50 362 26.10 +5.9 Trupanion TRUP ... ... ...dd 15.95 12.50 12.98 Tsakos TNP .20 4.5 ... 6.53 3.92 548 4.43 -5.5 TsakE pfB TNPpB 2.00 7.8 ... 25.83 24.01 1 25.61 +1.3 Tsakos pfC TNPpC 2.22 8.6 ... 26.15 24.01 0 25.70 +1.3 Tsakos pfD TNPpD 2.19 8.6 ... 25.58 21.77 7 25.58 +4.8 Tuppwre TUP 2.72 3.9 16 74.36 50.43 937 68.99 +31.1 Turkcell TKC ... ... ... 9.89 6.35 278 7.83 +13.5 Turksh TKF .15e 1.7 ...q 9.18 6.13 13 8.95 +32.0 TurnPtBr n TPB ... ... ... 18.05 6.46 33 15.46 +26.2tTurqHillRs TRQ ... ... 26 3.80 2.56 3909 2.56 -20.7 TutorPerini TPC ... ... 14 33.00 18.05 485 25.90 -7.5 22ndCentry XXII ... ... ...dd 1.71 .77 525 1.33 +22.0 Twilio n TWLO ... ... ... 70.96 22.80 2675 24.37 -15.5 Twitter TWTR ... ... ...dd 25.25 13.73 19480 18.51 +13.6 TwoHrbInv TWO 1.00f 10.1 10 10.18 7.91 2057 9.95 +14.1 TwoHrb pfA TWOpA 2.03 7.5 ... 27.34 25.28 5 26.99 +6.6 TylerTech TYL ... ... 53 175.77 139.61 96 166.18 +16.4 Tyson TSN .90 1.6 13 77.05 55.72 2918 57.83 -6.2 Tyson eq un TSNU 2.38 3.8 ... 84.37 61.55 15 62.52 -7.6U -UBS 3xLCr WTIU ... ... ... 24.20 12.75 24 16.21 -32.4 UBS 3xInvC WTID ... ... ... 40.70 24.12 4 31.45 +27.3tVelDlyIn n EXIV ... ... ... 28.50 25.30 10 25.53 -.1sVelLngVS n EVIX ... ... ... 24.72 22.80 2 25.69 +3.9 UBS FILCG FBGX ... ... ...q 173.76 113.51 7 169.35 +22.3 UBS2xSPDiv SDYL 3.40e 4.9 ...q 73.94 56.44 1 69.52 +2.2 UBS Grp UBS .80f 5.0 ... 17.71 11.93 4344 16.07 +2.6 UCP UCP ... ... 9 12.75 6.90 24 11.25 -6.6 UDR UDR 1.24f 3.3 26 38.11 32.79 1563 37.86 +3.8 UGI Corp UGI 1.00f 2.1 11 50.55 41.79 963 47.66 +3.4 UMH Prop UMH .72 4.4 22 17.16 9.61 204 16.44 +9.2 UMH pfA UMHpA 2.06 8.0 ... 26.50 25.05 2 25.60 -.4 UMH pfB UMHpB 2.00 7.5 ... 28.04 25.92 2 26.57 -.9 UQM Tech UQM ... ... ...dd .90 .42 81 .72 +67.4 US FdsHl n USFD ... ... ... 29.26 22.19 1318 28.62 +4.1 US Geoth rs HTM ... ... 25 5.40 3.59 29 3.93 -3.9 USPhysTh USPH .80f 1.3 34 78.00 51.96 49 62.25 -11.3 US Silica SLCA .25 .6 ...dd 61.49 26.55 2822 39.26 -30.7 USA Cmp USAC 2.10 12.8 55 19.78 13.65 61 16.41 -5.1 USANA s USNA ... ... 16 75.00 52.55 122 64.00 +4.6 USCFStkSp TOFR .81e 1.3 ...q 17.67 14.77 1 16.21 -1.0 USCF Rs ef MENU ... ... ... USD Ptrs USDP 1.34f 9.8 ... 17.50 8.88 5 13.65 -13.6 USG USG ... ... 16 34.67 23.71 978 28.70 -.6 Ultrapar UGP .43e 2.0 ... 24.78 18.38 2664 21.30 +2.7 UndrArm s UAA ... ... 33 44.68 18.40 3368 18.89 -35.0 UnAr C wi UA ... ... ... 42.94 17.05 2952 17.63 -30.0 Uni UFI ... ... 14 34.70 24.58 49 27.43 -15.9 UniFirst UNF .15 .1 24 147.65 104.86 46 137.55 -4.2 UnilevNV UN 1.43e 2.6 ... 55.20 38.41 1755 54.37 +32.4 Unilever UL 1.43e 2.7 ... 54.02 38.58 933 53.23 +30.8 UnionPac UNP 2.42 2.3 21 115.15 80.87 4488 107.14 +3.3tUniqueF n UFAB .60 6.1 ... 15.93 10.32 38 9.91 -32.1 Unisys UIS ... ... 10 16.70 6.72 552 11.85 -20.7 Unit UNT ... ... ...dd 30.63 11.06 505 19.15 -28.7 UtdContl UAL ... ... 10 79.15 37.41 3484 75.98 +4.3 UtdMicro UMC .09e 4.5 ... 2.11 1.74 1368 2.00 +14.3 UPS B UPS 3.32 3.2 18 120.44 101.01 2817 103.19 -10.0 UtdRentals URI ... ... 12 134.28 61.78 2506 106.50 +.9 USNatGas UNL ... ... ...q 11.93 9.08 5 10.70 -8.5 US12MoOil USL ... ... ...q 20.89 16.15 45 17.91 -12.2 USAntimny UAMY ... ... ... .60 .20 92 .45 +79.3 US Bancrp USB 1.12 2.2 15 56.61 38.48 5681 50.74 -1.2 US Bcp pfA USBpA 35.49e 4.0 ... 904.95 805.00 0 882.00 +1.4 US Bcp pfH USBpH .89e 3.8 ... 25.05 20.63 52 23.51 +9.1 US Bcp pfM USBpM 1.63 5.4 ... 31.43 27.64 42 30.08 +6.3 US Bcp pfO USBpO 1.29 4.9 ... 27.65 23.63 11 26.26 +8.3 US Brent BNO ... ... ...q 16.09 12.29 118 14.08 -10.2 US Cellular USM ... ... 50 46.01 33.30 147 38.10 -12.9 US Cellu60 UZA 1.74 6.7 ... 27.05 24.34 11 25.85 +3.4 US Cellu 63 UZB 1.81 6.8 ... 27.85 24.43 25 26.61 +4.7 US Cell64 UZC 1.81 6.8 ... 27.70 24.43 29 26.65 +4.1 USCmdtyFd USCI ... ... ...q 43.86 38.12 44 38.69 -3.3 USDslHtOil UHN ... ... ...q 17.05 12.77 4 14.60 -13.0 US GasFd UGA ... ... ...q 32.03 21.94 26 25.60 -18.3 USCoppFd CPER ... ... ...q 19.00 13.00 4 16.43 +.5 USAgriFd USAG ... ... ...q 20.80 17.62 17.62 -2.5 US NGas UNG ... ... ...q 9.74 6.43 4008 7.41 -20.7 US OilFd USO ... ... ...q 12.45 9.23 19109 10.26 -12.5 US ShrtOil DNO ... ... ...q 83.39 60.41 1 69.02 +11.4 USSteel X .20 1.0 ...dd 41.83 13.00 18515 19.17 -41.9 UtdTech UTX 2.64 2.2 18 121.95 96.89 2476 119.37 +8.9 UtdhlthGp UNH 2.50 1.5 20 176.14 130.01 3799 171.45 +7.1 UNITIL UTL 1.44f 3.1 24 48.88 37.31 43 46.20 +1.9 Univar n UNVR ... ... ...dd 33.15 17.00 693 30.66 +8.1 UnvslCp UVV 2.12f 3.1 17 83.35 52.40 166 69.40 +8.9 UnvHR UHT 2.62f 3.7 42 72.46 52.24 53 71.56 +9.1 UnivHlthS UHS .40 .3 16 139.46 99.72 379 118.42 +11.3 Univ Insur UVE .69 2.8 7 29.20 17.31 150 24.55 -13.6 UnvSecInst UUU ... ... ...dd 4.26 2.50 5 3.00 -23.1 UnivTInst UTI .08 2.2 ...dd 5.38 1.42 110 3.59 +23.4 UnumGrp UNM .80f 1.8 12 50.27 29.79 1356 45.26 +3.0 Ur-Energy URG ... ... 13 .91 .41 232 .52 -1.5 UraniumEn UEC ... ... ...dd 1.92 .70 1042 1.36 +21.4tUrbnEdg n UE .88f 3.7 15 30.29 23.67 1084 23.71 -13.8 UrstdBid UBP 1.06f 6.6 16 22.37 15.84 7 15.99 -16.2tUrsBidA UBA 1.04f 5.6 18 25.43 18.35 159 18.52 -23.2 UrsBid pfF UBPpF 1.78 7.0 ... 27.70 25.18 27 25.51 UrsBid pfG UBPpG 1.69 6.6 ... 28.72 25.18 11 25.70 +.4 NYSE Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Ticker 52-week Vol YTD Name Symbol Div Yield PE High Low 1000s Last %Chg Continued from previous page Continued on next page MONEY & MARKET$Page 8 www.sunnewspapers.net The Sun/Friday, May 19, 2017

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V -VF Corp VFC 1.68 3.2 17 65.28 48.05 2685 51.76 -3.0 VOC EnTr VOC .47e 10.8 9 5.61 2.67 59 4.35 +36.8 VTTI Engy VTTI 1.34 6.9 ... 21.74 15.40 251 19.45 +20.4 VaalcoE EGY ... ... ...cc 1.43 .70 143 1.10 +5.8 VailRsrt MTN 4.21f 2.1 46 202.29 125.63 397 198.75 +23.2 Vale SA VALE .29e 3.6 ... 11.70 3.85 75590 8.00 +5.0 Vale SA pf VALE/P .29e 3.9 ... 11.10 2.99 33266 7.51 +9.0 ValeantPh VRX ... ... 2 32.74 8.31 22344 13.47 -7.2 ValeroE VLO 2.80 4.4 17 71.40 46.88 3334 63.54 -7.0 ValeroEPt VLP 1.71f 3.8 17 51.00 38.90 34 45.59 +3.0 Valhi VHI .08 2.3 57 4.10 1.34 109 3.41 -1.4 Validus VR 1.52 2.9 12 58.76 45.34 473 52.24 -5.0 Validus pfA VRpA ... ... ... 25.99 21.50 16 25.50 +13.2 VlyNBcp VLY .44 3.9 18 12.82 8.49 1382 11.42 -1.9 VlyNB wt18 VLY/WS ... ... ... .40 .03 .23 +4.5 VlyNBc pfA VLYpA 1.56 5.4 ... 30.85 24.86 6 28.64 +10.6 Valmont VMI 1.50 1.0 22 165.20 120.65 119 146.95 +4.3 Valspar VAL 1.48 1.3 25 112.69 97.62 2278 111.75 +7.9 Valvoline n VVV .05p ... ... 24.98 18.30 3671 22.95 +6.7 VanEMGold OUNZ ... ... ...q 13.61 11.12 29 12.34 +8.3 VanEGold GDX .12e .5 ...q 31.79 18.58 70993 22.65 +8.3 VanE Grn n GRNB ... ... ... 26.71 24.91 2 25.83 +3.6 VnEkSteel SLX 1.16e 3.3 ...q 45.39 23.97 200 35.55 -5.9 MV Pharm PPH 1.30e 2.2 ...q 58.24 VnEkHiIn rs YMLP ... ... ...q 28.12 22.30 20 24.42 -6.7 VanE Env EVX 1.05e 1.4 ...q 79.09 64.40 76.33 +1.0 VanEcAm ef ITMS ... ... ... 25.11 23.57 24.22 +2.1 VnEcAmt ef ITML ... ... ... 25.17 22.94 23.79 +1.3 VanE USBd IGEM ... ... ...q 25.32 23.26 24.20 +2.7 VanE EMHi HYEM 1.57 6.4 ...q 24.89 23.02 42 24.72 +2.8 VanEHiYM HYD 1.45 4.7 ...q 32.42 28.33 396 30.93 +4.2 VanE ChiBd CBON .68e ... ...q 23.92 21.32 3 21.85 -.5 VnEkShHY SHYD .81 3.4 ...q 25.50 23.03 15 24.17 +1.6 VnEkTrHYld THHY 1.09e 4.6 ...q 24.32 21.28 23.55 -.5 VnEkRus RSX .64e 3.2 ...q 22.19 16.38 11443 20.08 -5.4 VanE BDC BIZD 1.47e 8.1 ...q 19.34 15.96 44 18.09 +.5 VEckPfSec PFXF 1.24e 6.2 ...q 21.77 18.96 101 20.01 +3.6 VanE FallA ANGL 1.63e 4.6 ...q 29.72 26.75 979 29.58 +2.8 VanE IntHY IHY 1.26 5.1 ...q 25.07 23.40 9 24.93 +4.6 VanE Reit MORT 2.36e 8.0 ...q 24.94 20.52 59 23.59 +7.9 VnEkCfMun XMPT 1.35 5.0 ...q 29.96 25.10 12 26.74 +3.6 VanE EmM EMAG .92 4.2 ...q 21.82 19.82 21.80 +7.1 VanE IGFlt FLTR .15e .6 ...q 25.36 24.64 73 25.17 +.7 VanE EMBd EMLC .98 5.3 ...q 19.40 16.98 1252 18.44 +4.8 VanEAltEn GEX .11e .2 ...q 59.20 46.50 4 57.56 +14.0 VEckMun PRB .15e .6 ...q 24.75 24.12 1 24.52 +1.4 VnEkSMu SMB .20 1.1 ...q 17.80 16.99 168 17.53 +1.6 VanE LgMu MLN .62 3.1 ...q 21.18 18.66 22 19.81 +2.3 VanEIntMu ITM .54 2.3 ...q 24.94 22.74 897 23.83 +2.8 VnEkHiInInf YMLI 1.20 8.0 ...q 17.35 13.54 5 15.09 -4.1 VanE GenDr GNRX ... ... ... 26.56 21.17 1 22.66 +5.6 VanE OilR CRAK ... ... ...q 23.45 17.66 2 22.59 +8.4 V IntMoat MOTI ... ... ...q 33.32 24.70 11 32.50 +17.0 VEckNucl NLR 1.27e 2.6 ...q 51.10 44.80 1 49.55 +4.4 VnEkGlSpin SPUN ... ... ...q 23.30 18.38 0 22.23 +5.2 VanEChAMC CNXT ... ... ...q 34.58 28.32 3 29.28 +1.5 VanE Israel ISRA .74e .9 ...q 30.71 25.31 8 29.95 +11.7 VanEWMoat MOAT .42e 1.1 ...q 38.51 30.88 81 37.53 +7.8 VanE UncOG FRAK .29e 1.9 ...q 19.94 14.60 18 15.18 -16.7 VnEkSemi SMH .63e .8 ...q 84.77 53.09 3262 82.79 +15.6 VnEkRtl] RTH .29e .4 ...q 83.10 73.15 9 81.26 +7.2 VanE Agri MOO 1.69e 3.2 ...q 54.74 45.95 31 53.52 +4.2 VEckOilSvc OIH .86e 3.1 ...q 36.35 26.10 6163 27.34 -18.0 VnEkRusSC RSXJ .41e 1.0 ...q 42.10 23.84 21 39.79 +4.5 VEckVcREr REMX .50a 2.9 ...q 20.97 15.10 7 17.04 +.2 VEckChina PEK 1.41e 1.4 ...q 41.33 35.67 12 38.27 +3.7 VnEkIndSC SCIF .44e .8 ...q 60.00 37.89 160 57.11 +40.1 VanE Egyp EGPT 2.76e 9.9 ...q 41.80 24.72 7 27.89 +5.6 VEckPoland PLND .80e 4.6 ...q 17.98 12.22 3 17.46 +30.2 VanE JrGld GDXJ ... ... ...q 52.50 27.37 21277 32.57 +3.2 VanE Coal KOL .37 2.9 ... 14.74 7.67 718 12.61 +2.9 VnEk Viet VNM .51e 3.7 ...q 15.72 12.50 99 13.85 +6.2 VanEBrzSC BRF ... ... ...q 22.21 12.32 444 18.68 +17.6 VanEIndo IDX .50e 2.2 ...q 24.10 19.15 16 22.78 +7.3 VanENatRs HAP .85e 2.6 ...q 34.25 28.83 11 32.76 +1.2 VanE VAfr AFK .76e 3.6 ...q 22.17 18.81 3 21.40 +8.1 VanESolar KWT .45e 1.2 ...q 46.30 33.65 0 37.40 +8.4 VanE Gam BJK 1.88e 4.9 ...q 39.80 30.14 1 38.51 +13.8 VangLTBd BLV 3.92e 4.0 ...q 101.24 87.22 267 91.86 +3.1 VangIntBd BIV 2.17a 2.6 ...q 88.58 82.17 653 84.70 +2.0 VangSTBd BSV 1.08e 1.2 ...q 81.14 79.17 1225 79.95 +.6 VangTotBd BND 2.06e 2.2 ...q 84.92 80.02 1881 81.78 +1.2 VangExDur EDV 4.81e 3.1 ...q 145.60 106.00 53 115.27 +5.3 VangMegG MGK 1.19e 1.2 ...q 99.77 79.42 178 98.34 +12.9 VangMegV MGV 1.53e 2.3 ...q 70.81 58.32 77 67.54 +.7 VangMega MGC 1.47e 1.8 ...q 82.38 67.86 49 81.09 +6.2 VanHiDvY VYM 2.10e 2.7 ...q 79.62 67.88 1152 76.47 +.9 VangEMI VXF 1.13e 1.1 ...q 102.43 80.36 198 98.86 +3.1 VangGrth VUG 1.38e 1.1 ...q 126.60 101.87 716 124.83 +12.0 VangLgCp VV 1.84e 1.7 ...q 110.34 90.89 290 108.57 +6.1 VangMidC VO 1.76e 1.3 ...q 142.05 116.51 484 139.18 +5.7 VangSmCp VB 1.63e 1.2 ...q 136.38 108.79 587 131.44 +1.9 VangSCG VBK 1.19e .8 ...q 144.34 116.45 134 141.47 +6.3 VangSCV VBR 1.96e 1.6 ...q 126.68 99.17 397 119.15 -1.5 VangTSM VTI 2.17e 1.8 ...q 123.73 101.51 2881 121.50 +5.4 VangValu VTV 2.05e 2.2 ...q 98.50 80.43 1536 93.87 +.9 VangSP500 VOO 3.81e 1.8 ...q 220.94 182.27 2809 217.36 +5.9 VangMCVal VOE 1.76e 1.8 ...q 104.31 83.98 325 100.20 +3.1 VangMCGr VOT .82e .7 ...q 116.84 96.13 119 115.05 +8.9 VangREIT VNQ 3.08e 3.8 ...q 92.92 76.98 4128 81.75 -.9 VangDivAp VIG 1.82e 2.0 ...q 92.00 79.06 841 90.30 +6.0 VangAllWld VSS 2.64e 2.5 ...q 107.80 87.83 125 105.94 +12.7 VangTotW VT 1.53e 2.3 ...q 67.51 54.75 499 66.45 +8.9 VangAllW VEU 1.34e 2.7 ...q 50.41 39.96 2690 49.60 +12.3 VangEmg VWO 1.10e 2.8 ...q 41.36 32.69 28534 39.98 +11.7 VangPacif VPL 1.37e 2.1 ...q 64.82 53.35 169 64.37 +10.8 VangEur VGK 1.71e 3.1 ...q 56.15 42.73 5742 55.41 +15.6 VangTEBd VTEB .28e ... ...q 52.88 49.32 214 51.24 +1.9 Vang500Gr VOOG 1.62e 1.3 ...q 122.28 99.52 40 120.72 +10.5 Van500Val VOOV 2.01e 2.0 ...q 103.78 84.75 22 98.60 +1.0 VanSC600V VIOV 1.24e 1.1 ...q 125.02 95.10 4 116.45 -3.3 VanSC600G VIOG 1.11e .9 ...q 135.30 103.74 15 128.88 +.4 VangSC600 VIOO 1.25e 1.0 ...q 129.23 99.41 19 122.97 -1.2 VanMC400V IVOV 1.47e 1.3 ...q 116.19 91.90 24 110.13 -.1 VanMC400G IVOG 1.03e .9 ...q 120.87 98.26 13 117.91 +5.3 VanMC400 IVOO 1.36e 1.2 ...q 118.45 94.90 29 114.18 +2.6 VangFTSE VEA 1.10e 2.7 ...q 41.46 33.01 7408 41.02 +12.3 VangCnD VCR 1.62e 1.2 ...q 143.07 115.66 39 139.20 +8.2 VangCnS VDC 3.29e 2.3 ...q 143.71 129.24 64 141.23 +5.4 VangEngy VDE 2.64e 2.9 ...q 109.08 89.20 255 92.42 -11.7 VangFncl VFH .90e 1.5 ...q 64.20 44.25 680 58.80 -.9VanHC Etf VHT 1.62e 1.2 ...q 141.68 120.38 111 138.74 +9.4 VangIndl VIS 1.96e 1.6 ...q 127.63 100.03 71 123.33 +3.4 VangInfT VGT 1.39e 1.0 ...q 144.20 101.46 794 140.73 +15.8 VangMat VAW 2.17e 1.8 ...q 121.91 97.34 71 117.37 +4.4 VangUtil VPU 3.41e 3.0 ...q 115.81 99.85 89 113.64 +6.2 VangTel VOX 2.98e 3.2 ...q 104.36 87.29 67 92.03 -8.1 VantageEn VEI ... ... ... Vantiv VNTV ... ... 38 66.24 50.52 923 61.22 +2.7 VarianMed VAR ... ... 23 96.94 68.76 840 94.60 +19.0 VectorGp VGR 1.60b 7.7 39 23.24 19.79 724 20.79 -8.6 Vectren VVC 1.68 2.8 22 60.47 46.52 267 59.12 +13.4 Vectrus VEC ... ... 13 34.98 12.50 183 28.90 +21.2 VedantaLtd VEDL 1.20e 8.3 ... 17.34 5.71 392 14.41 +16.0 VeevaSys VEEV ... ... 98 59.78 28.76 1644 59.54 +46.3 Ventas VTR 3.10 4.6 21 76.80 56.20 2246 67.43 +7.9 VentasR 43 VTRB 1.36 5.4 ... 28.30 23.27 74 25.26 +5.2 Vereit VER .55 7.2 10 11.09 7.44 7540 7.64 -9.7 Vereit pf VERpR 1.68 6.4 ... 27.42 24.65 108 26.09 +3.2 VeriFone PAY ... ... 12 28.24 14.94 1198 17.31 -2.4 Veritiv VRTV ... ... 35 62.60 34.10 375 45.00 -16.3 VerizonCm VZ 2.31 5.1 11 56.95 44.46 15185 45.04 -15.6 VerizonC 54 VZA 1.48 5.5 ... 28.47 25.22 27 26.79 +2.7 VermilnE g VET 1.91 ... ... 44.95 30.01 220 33.19 -21.3 Versar VSR ... ... ...dd 2.14 .90 51 1.40 +2.4tVerso Cp VRS ... ... ... 13.60 4.20 699 3.86 -45.6 Versum VSM .05p ... ... 33.01 22.18 331 30.05 +7.1 ViadCorp VVI .40 .9 42 48.85 29.50 60 42.90 -2.7 Vicon VII ... ... ...dd 1.80 .26 426 .57 -2.7 VictSCHiD CSB .60e ... ...q 43.71 33.60 12 39.21 -5.4 VinaConc VCO .66e 2.1 ... 36.45 30.61 3 31.40 -4.8 VinceHldg VNCE ... ... ...dd 7.17 .28 664 .33 -91.9 Vipshop VIPS ... ... 28 17.41 10.21 8112 13.18 +19.7 VirnetX VHC ... ... ...dd 6.50 1.70 235 3.35 +52.3 VirDynCr n BLHY ... ... ... 26.98 23.01 14 25.18 +.7 ZweigTR ZTR .97 7.9 ...q 12.49 11.00 174 12.27 +1.9 VirtGblMSc VGI 1.87 11.3 ...q 16.78 14.37 52 16.55 +8.0 Visa s V .66 .7 32 93.73 73.25 8000 91.71 +17.5 VishayInt VSH .25 1.5 17 17.60 11.68 1142 16.15 -.3 VishayPrc VPG ... ... 22 19.45 11.75 32 17.70 -6.3 VistaGold VGZ ... ... ...dd 2.09 .65 226 .95 -1.2 VistaOutd n VSTO ... ... ...dd 52.08 18.32 1403 21.99 -40.4 Visteon s VC ... ... 2 106.95 63.04 354 99.90 +24.3tVistraEn n VST ... ... ... 16.00 15.00 1413 14.80 -3.4tVitaminSh VSI ... ... 7 32.31 11.90 552 11.70 -50.7 VivintSolar VSLR ... ... ... 4.06 2.48 676 2.90 +13.7 VMware VMW ... ... 27 95.47 55.12 1133 92.28 +17.2 VoceraCm VCRA ... ... ...dd 26.09 10.89 233 25.11 +35.8 VolarisAv VLRS ... ... ... 20.48 11.33 623 13.63 -9.4 VolitionRX VNRX ... ... ... 5.86 3.05 72 3.40 -25.6 VoltInfoSci VISI ... ... ...dd 8.75 5.50 11 5.95 -13.1 Vonage VG ... ... 22 7.88 4.18 2980 6.34 -7.4 Vornado VNO 2.84 3.1 12 111.72 86.35 1745 92.84 -11.0 Vorndo pfA VNOpA 3.25 2.7 ... 121.19 Vorndo pfG VNOpG 1.66 6.5 ... 26.34 24.98 2 25.58 +1.6 Vorndo pfI VNOpI 1.66 6.5 ... 26.45 24.89 2 25.59 +2.1 Vorndo pfK VNOpK 1.43 5.6 ... 26.98 22.51 7 25.33 +7.5 Vorndo pfL VNOpL 1.35 5.4 ... 26.46 21.46 24 24.95 +11.1 Voxeljet VJET ... ... ... 5.62 2.61 76 4.79 +66.9 VoyaAsPcD IAE 1.02 10.3 ...q 10.27 8.31 61 9.86 +13.2 VoyaEmHi IHD .92 10.6 ...q 8.90 6.95 95 8.67 +16.4 VoyaFincl VOYA .04 .1 13 42.96 22.75 1032 34.83 -11.2 VoyaGlAdv IGA 1.12 10.7 ...q 10.84 9.34 60 10.50 +6.8 VoyaGlbDv IGD .91 12.4 ...q 7.50 6.50 316 7.34 +8.3 VoyaInfra IDE 1.46 10.0 ...q 15.31 11.68 69 14.62 +12.6 VoyaIntHD IID .83 11.7 ...q 7.78 6.10 57 7.09 +9.8 VoyaPrRTr PPR .29 5.3 ...q 5.62 5.00 310 5.44 -1.8 VoyaNatRs IRR .81 13.0 ...q 7.18 5.75 47 6.23 -2.7 VulcanM VMC 1.00 .8 40 138.18 105.71 921 126.06 +.7W -W&T Off WTI .40 18.4 ...dd 3.47 1.31 1095 2.17 -21.7 WBI TacGr WBIA .03e .1 ...q 24.40 20.45 9 23.35 +.6 WBI TactV WBIB .08e .3 ...q 25.96 20.56 13 24.30 -1.1 WBI TacYd WBIC .28e 1.3 ...q 22.91 19.36 18 21.74 -.6 WBI TacSel WBID .05e .2 ...q 23.92 19.62 11 22.71 +.1 WBI LCTG WBIE .25e 1.1 ...q 24.10 20.16 9 23.77 +6.4 WBI LCTV WBIF .22e .9 ...q 26.07 19.54 12 25.07 +2.7 WBI LCTY WBIG .31e 1.4 ...q 22.51 18.75 15 22.12 +6.0 WBI LCTS WBIL .04e .2 ...q 24.90 20.58 11 24.43 +5.3tWBI PwFact WBIY ... ... ... 25.39 23.52 6 23.49 -4.7 WBITacRot WBIR ... ... ... 24.86 23.13 7 23.80 +2.2 WBI TacInc WBII .26e 1.0 ...q 25.60 21.36 53 25.29 +2.0 WBI THiInc WBIH .45e 1.8 ...q 24.49 23.05 52 24.34 +2.3 WCI Cmts WCIC ... ... 17 24.28 15.67 23.45 WEC Engy WEC 2.08 3.4 21 66.10 53.66 1498 60.91 +3.9 WEX Inc WEX ... ... 24 122.91 80.67 251 98.27 -11.9 WGL Hold WGL 2.04f 2.5 24 84.08 58.66 169 82.56 +8.2sWNS Hldg WNS ... ... 23 33.37 24.82 223 33.13 +20.3 WP Carey WPC 3.98f 6.2 18 72.89 55.77 446 63.73 +7.9 WPX Engy WPX ... ... ...dd 16.17 8.23 8426 12.18 -16.4 WPX pfA WPXp 1.56 2.8 ... 71.83 41.60 2 55.60 -15.3 Wabash WNC .06 ... 12 24.16 10.74 697 20.80 +32.0 WABCO WBC ... ... 20 121.17 84.48 393 115.78 +9.1 Wabtec WAB .48f .6 23 89.18 65.54 850 79.41 -4.3 WaddellR WDR 1.84 11.1 9 22.45 15.02 897 16.60 -14.9 WageWrks WAGE ... ... ...cc 80.50 55.25 293 69.10 -4.7sWalMart WMT 2.04 2.6 17 77.05 65.28 18275 77.54 +12.2 WalkerDun WD ... ... 10 53.43 21.75 233 46.50 +49.0 WalterInv WAC ... ... ...dd 8.11 .64 802 1.49 -68.6 WarrMet n HCC ... ... ... 19.06 16.67 296 17.14 -9.8 WashPrGp WPG 1.00 13.3 20 14.15 7.31 3562 7.50 -28.0 WashPr pfH WPGpH 1.88 7.5 ... 26.45 24.04 12 25.16 -1.6 WashPr pfI WPGpI 1.72 6.8 ... 26.68 24.04 3 25.21 +1.7 WREIT WRE 1.20 3.7 35 34.61 27.65 600 32.23 -1.4 WasteCon WCN .72 ... 33 93.81 65.50 320 91.72 +16.7 WsteMInc WM 1.70 2.4 36 74.58 60.42 2182 70.96 +.1sWaters WAT ... ... 27 176.05 131.35 655 176.33 +31.2 Watsco WSO 4.20 3.0 27 159.55 128.60 224 137.73 -7.0 WatscoB WSO/B 4.20f 3.0 29 157.72 128.85 138.12 -7.1 WattsWtr WTS .76f 1.2 23 71.05 54.37 201 62.65 -3.9 Wayfair W ... ... ...dd 65.80 27.60 1955 63.61 +81.5 WeathfIntl WFT ... ... ...dd 7.09 3.73 17441 5.05 +1.2 WebsterFn WBS 1.04f 2.1 21 57.50 31.29 483 48.53 -10.6 WbstF pfE WBSpE 1.60 6.2 ... 26.90 24.96 7 25.68 +1.7 WtWatch WTW ... ... 27 25.20 9.37 825 23.64 +106.5 WeinRlt WRI 1.54 5.0 14 43.70 29.83 921 30.52 -14.7 WeisMk WMK 1.20 2.2 26 68.88 47.71 75 54.33 -18.7 Welbilt WBT ... ... ... 21.13 14.93 498 19.06 -1.4 Wellcare WCG ... ... 26 174.51 94.99 282 168.77 +23.1 WellsF pfJ WFCpJ 2.00 7.6 ... 28.43 26.10 89 26.32 -.4 WellsF pfL WFCpL 75.00 5.9 ... 1381.10 1161.10 34 1267.01 +6.5 WellsF pfN WFCpN 1.30 5.2 ... 26.49 22.61 37 25.00 +8.1 WellsF pfO WFCpO 1.28 5.1 ... 26.48 22.49 27 25.00 +8.7 WellsF pfP WFCpP 1.31 5.2 ... 26.94 22.58 17 25.36 +10.8 WellsF pfQ WFCpQ 1.46 5.4 ... 28.88 23.58 105 27.20 +7.8 WellsF pfR WFCpR 1.66 5.5 ... 32.54 26.45 95 30.06 +10.9 WellsF pfT WFCpT 1.50 5.7 ... 27.89 24.72 37 26.37 +5.1 W