|Symbol||Company Name||Price||Price Chg.||Price % Chg.||Volume (000)||Volume % Chg.|
|FRO||Frontline Ltd Adr||$2.26||0.15||7%||534||115%|
|CEL||Cellcom Israel Ltd||$8.17||0.25||3%||94||51%|
|ALSK||Alaska Comm Systems Grp||$1.69||0.04||2%||68||-33%|
|COG||Cabot Oil & Gas Corp||$67.93||0.87||1%||412||-35%|
|IAU||Ishares Gold Trust||$15.61||0.14||1%||1,499||-33%|
|PTNR||Partner Communicatns Ads||$6.08||0.04||1%||113||525%|
|AB||Alliancebernstein Hld Lp||$21.92||-0.12||-1%||102||-15%|
|ELN||Elan Plc Adr||$11.70||-0.08||-1%||630||-64%|
|STO||Statoil Asa Adr||$24.32||-0.20||-1%||601||92%|
|PM||Philip Morris Intl Inc||$90.40||-0.97||-1%||920||-33%|
|LAD||Lithia Motors Inc Cl A||$45.31||-0.72||-2%||56||-31%|
|TEF||Telefonica S A Adr||$14.56||-0.40||-3%||1,129||126%|
|SAN||Banco Santander Sa Adr||$7.53||-0.25||-3%||3,189||155%|
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