|Symbol||Company Name||Price||Price Chg.||Price % Chg.||Volume (000)||Volume % Chg.|
|DHF||Dreyfus Hi Yd Strategies||$4.34||0.05||1%||91||9%|
|KSU||Kansas City Southern||$108.95||0.97||1%||150||-45%|
|FL||Foot Locker Inc||$32.18||-0.18||-1%||657||2%|
|BP||B P Plc Adr||$40.84||-0.24||-1%||2,444||17%|
|MO||Altria Group Inc||$33.48||-0.20||-1%||1,653||-47%|
|RDSA||Royal Dutch Shell A Ads||$65.80||-0.40||-1%||776||8%|
|FSC||Fifth Street Finance||$10.81||-0.07||-1%||161||-50%|
|AZN||Astrazeneca Plc Ads||$46.15||-0.31||-1%||501||-2%|
|ETN||Eaton Corp Plc||$62.11||-0.46||-1%||710||-25%|
|KLAC||K L A Tencor Corp||$52.26||-0.39||-1%||503||-17%|
|KMP||Kinder Morgan Energy Lp||$85.84||-0.72||-1%||318||21%|
|RAI||Reynolds American Inc||$42.71||-0.36||-1%||300||-57%|
|CEO||C N O O C Ltd Adr||$186.50||-1.82||-1%||15||-33%|
|NOK||Nokia Corp Ads||$3.39||-0.04||-1%||32,794||99%|
|AFL||A F L A C Inc||$50.46||-0.62||-1%||760||-27%|
|AMAT||Applied Materials Inc||$13.13||-0.18||-1%||3,182||-16%|
|E||Eni Spa Ads||$46.78||-0.83||-2%||81||-65%|
|NYMT||New York Mortgage Trust||$7.38||-0.18||-2%||1,274||316%|
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