|Symbol||Company Name||Price||Price Chg.||Price % Chg.||Volume (000)||Volume % Chg.|
|SXL||Sunoco Logistics Ptnr Lp||$64.23||1.65||3%||98||-12%|
|OZM||Och-Ziff Cap Mgmt Cl A||$9.29||0.21||2%||1,010||53%|
|CYS||C Y S Investments Inc||$11.92||0.12||1%||1,430||16%|
|KKR||K K R & Co Lp||$18.45||0.16||1%||1,701||39%|
|MMM||Three M Company||$102.80||-0.97||-1%||1,095||-17%|
|NAT||Nordic Amer Tanker Ltd||$8.80||-0.10||-1%||314||0%|
|BRKB||Berkshire Hathaway Cl B||$100.74||-1.31||-1%||2,321||6%|
|LMT||Lockheed Martin Corp||$86.79||-1.38||-2%||764||-43%|
|SLRC||Solar Capital Ltd||$23.87||-0.45||-2%||259||4%|
|CTB||Cooper Tire & Rubber Co||$24.71||-0.60||-2%||570||93%|
|MT||Arcelor Mittal Cl A||$14.06||-0.47||-3%||6,706||38%|
|XIN||Xinyuan Real Estate Ads||$5.28||-0.63||-11%||2,820||834%|
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