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QQQ   266.57 (+0.91%)
AAPL   109.25 (+1.99%)
MSFT   204.41 (+1.90%)
FB   249.82 (+0.32%)
GOOGL   1,423.73 (+1.02%)
AMZN   3,042.16 (+1.41%)
NVDA   498.40 (+2.77%)
TSLA   393.01 (+3.33%)
BABA   269.48 (-1.27%)
CGC   14.43 (-1.16%)
GE   6.08 (-0.49%)
MU   49.70 (-0.30%)
AMD   76.30 (+2.10%)
T   28.01 (+0.50%)
F   6.62 (-0.30%)
ACB   5.21 (+0.77%)
GILD   62.20 (-1.41%)
NFLX   472.55 (+0.41%)
DIS   122.52 (-0.62%)
BAC   23.50 (+1.03%)
BA   147.17 (-2.65%)
S&P 500   3,270.77 (+1.05%)
DOW   27,040.87 (+1.04%)
QQQ   266.57 (+0.91%)
AAPL   109.25 (+1.99%)
MSFT   204.41 (+1.90%)
FB   249.82 (+0.32%)
GOOGL   1,423.73 (+1.02%)
AMZN   3,042.16 (+1.41%)
NVDA   498.40 (+2.77%)
TSLA   393.01 (+3.33%)
BABA   269.48 (-1.27%)
CGC   14.43 (-1.16%)
GE   6.08 (-0.49%)
MU   49.70 (-0.30%)
AMD   76.30 (+2.10%)
T   28.01 (+0.50%)
F   6.62 (-0.30%)
ACB   5.21 (+0.77%)
GILD   62.20 (-1.41%)
NFLX   472.55 (+0.41%)
DIS   122.52 (-0.62%)
BAC   23.50 (+1.03%)
BA   147.17 (-2.65%)
S&P 500   3,270.77 (+1.05%)
DOW   27,040.87 (+1.04%)
QQQ   266.57 (+0.91%)
AAPL   109.25 (+1.99%)
MSFT   204.41 (+1.90%)
FB   249.82 (+0.32%)
GOOGL   1,423.73 (+1.02%)
AMZN   3,042.16 (+1.41%)
NVDA   498.40 (+2.77%)
TSLA   393.01 (+3.33%)
BABA   269.48 (-1.27%)
CGC   14.43 (-1.16%)
GE   6.08 (-0.49%)
MU   49.70 (-0.30%)
AMD   76.30 (+2.10%)
T   28.01 (+0.50%)
F   6.62 (-0.30%)
ACB   5.21 (+0.77%)
GILD   62.20 (-1.41%)
NFLX   472.55 (+0.41%)
DIS   122.52 (-0.62%)
BAC   23.50 (+1.03%)
BA   147.17 (-2.65%)
S&P 500   3,270.77 (+1.05%)
DOW   27,040.87 (+1.04%)
QQQ   266.57 (+0.91%)
AAPL   109.25 (+1.99%)
MSFT   204.41 (+1.90%)
FB   249.82 (+0.32%)
GOOGL   1,423.73 (+1.02%)
AMZN   3,042.16 (+1.41%)
NVDA   498.40 (+2.77%)
TSLA   393.01 (+3.33%)
BABA   269.48 (-1.27%)
CGC   14.43 (-1.16%)
GE   6.08 (-0.49%)
MU   49.70 (-0.30%)
AMD   76.30 (+2.10%)
T   28.01 (+0.50%)
F   6.62 (-0.30%)
ACB   5.21 (+0.77%)
GILD   62.20 (-1.41%)
NFLX   472.55 (+0.41%)
DIS   122.52 (-0.62%)
BAC   23.50 (+1.03%)
BA   147.17 (-2.65%)
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