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Peter Johann,

growing up, my father told many horror stories about his refugee journey from Bangladesh. The
partitioning of India and Pakistan in 1947 displaced at least 12.5 million frightened people from their
ancestral homes and more than 1 million people are estimated to have died.

Today, there are 65 million refugees around the world, from the Rohingya fleeing Myanmar for my father's
native Bangladesh to Syrians seeking a better life along the migrant routes to Europe and Central and
South American families reaching our own country's borders. Nearly half of all refugees are children.

I share the sentiment of SOS International CEO, Norbert Meder: “Too often today, the political rhetoric
about refugees is toxic and children are caught in the fray. But we cannot look the other way for the sake
of short-term political expediency. Caring for children in need is an obligation even under international law
that must never be open to negotiation."

SOS is fully committed to supporting refugee children wherever they are. Our comprehensive
programmatic approach is transformational, and I hope reading these stories fills you with hope. Real
change is possible.

Thank you for your partnership,

Neil Ghosh
CEO, SOS-USA and Child Sponsor
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Industry:
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Position Type:

Functions:
Project Management

Experience:
10-12 years
12-15 years
Job Description:
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Atkins seeks an energetic and highly motivated self-starter to join our Federal Department of Interior Group as a Project Manager.
This person can sit in our Calverton, MD, Alexandria, VA, Denver, CO or Seattle, WA Offices.

Major Function/Role:

Under general direction, manages complex and unconventional technology or delivery systems for a single significant project within a defined technical
specialty.

Projects typically involve high levels of regulatory agency involvement or very complex technical requirements.

Typical projects might include construction management engagements, significant design-build or design-build-operate-maintain undertakings, major
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Provides leadership, direction, and technical guidance to senior project managers and project managers within assigned area of responsibility to ensure
that quality management and technical services are provided to clients and that operating performance targets are met.

Mentors senior project managers and project managers associated with sophisticated and unconventional projects.

Projects of this magnitude generally involve net revenues totaling between $2.5 million to $5 million annually and require specialized expertise.



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Management assignments typically involve large, multi-discipline assignments, including unconventional or complex projects made up of 1 or 2 highly
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Peter, while I’m glad President Trump finally announced a reversal to his administration’s policy of separating families at
our southern border, this unnecessary crisis is far from “fixed.”

First, more than 2,000 kids have already been ripped from their parents, and the idea that the administration wants to
show “compassion" without a concrete plan to quickly reunite families is nonsensical. These kids need their parents and
should be returned to them immediately.

Second, President Trump’s executive order opens the door to detaining children and their parents indefinitely – which
would fly in the face of U.S. law, not to mention our values.

Over the past weeks, many of you have reached out to my office to express your outrage over what is happening at our
border. I want to assure you that my colleagues and I are doing all we can to stop these inhumane policies and invite you
to join us in speaking out.

Sign a petition to tell President Trump: Do not detain families indefinitely at the border!

I understand the importance of controlling our borders, and I’ve voted for comprehensive immigration reform and border
security.

But many of the families arriving at our border are fleeing unimaginable violence in their home countries, legally seeking
asylum and hoping the United States will live up to its professed humanitarian values. To instead implement policies that
further traumatize their children is incongruent with those values, to say the least.

This country is strong enough to protect our borders and protect vulnerable children at the same time.

Join me in urging President Trump not to remove limits on how long children can be detained.

Thank you for taking a stand on this, Peter.

Angus



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Peter Johann,
I hate that I'm writing this. I hate that I have to tell you, again, that more people died, again, because someone brought a
gun into an everyday place and used it to kill people, again. There have been so many "agains" lately, and every time you
think your heart's been broken and your anger's been stoked about as far as it can go, we get spit right back out here.
Again.

I mourn the lives lost at the Capital Gazette in Annapolis today. These were people just doing their job – which was
reporting the news, serving the people in their community, working on the frontlines of democracy. They did not deserve
to be on the frontlines of gun violence.

I know we all feel the same way, Peter Johann – this horrible tragedy, on top of everything else just in the past few days
... it's almost too much to bear. I'm heartbroken and furious for the colleagues and loved ones of the people who were
killed today. And we're still protesting prison camps for babies, seeing the Supreme Court uphold the racist Muslim ban
and hurt working people, and just found out yesterday that Trump could swing the balance of the court to the far right for
generations. 2018 has been a hard, sometimes crushing, slog.

But we've got to remember this: Things won't change unless we change them. And no matter what anybody – Trump,
politicians, the NRA, the pundits – tries to tell you, we can still make change. Meaningful change. Lifesaving change.
California has always done that – that's our "again." We steel our spines, set our sights high, do the hard work, refuse to
lose hope, and make this world better again and again and again. And we're not done yet, not by a long shot.

When one of the reporters who survived the shooting in Annapolis today let his wife know that he was safe, he added that
he was still 100% committed to "putting out a paper, goddamn it." If he's not giving up on what needs to be done, neither
are we. Today, we mourn those we lost, and recommit ourselves to making change in their honor. Tomorrow? Pick right
back up and do whatever it takes to move us closer to a better future. Again.

–  Gavin
Peter Johann,

In 2008, the American economy collapsed. Things were the worst
they'd been since the Great Depression. The cause? Unchecked greed.

Huge banks, run by Wall Street multi-millionaires, were running wild thanks to deregulation and little oversight. They
made bad bet after bad bet, and stuck the American people with the check when their house of cards collapsed.

While things are still tough, Pennsylvania families have worked hard in the decade since then to rebuild and recover. But
now, after we start to get back on our feet, Republicans in Congress are trying their best to make sure it happens all over
again.

In 2010, the Dodd-Frank Act to reform Wall Street and big banks was signed into law. This year, with Republicans in
power, Congress rolled back critical provisions in that law, opening the door once again to the abuses that put our
country on the brink of economic ruin.

My opponent is a Wall Street multi-millionaire from New Jersey. He's exactly the kind of candidates Republican leaders
want. A person who, if elected, will help them pass their big bank-first agenda.

Tax breaks for the ultra-wealthy. Deregulation of big banks like before the Great Recession. And more dubious
Republican "leadership" that leaves everyday American families out in the cold.

Not as long as I have a say.

Matt
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Guerre commerciale : Christine Lagarde souligne la vulnérabilité des Etats-Unis
Par Challenges.fr le 18.07.2018 à 15h25

Les Etats-Unis sont les plus exposés aux conséquences de la guerre commerciale, qui pourrait coûter des centaines de milliards de dollars au PIB
mondial dans les prochaines années, a estimé mercredi Christine Lagarde, directrice générale du FMI.

Les Etats-Unis sont les plus exposés aux conséquences de la guerre commerciale, qui pourrait coûter des centaines de milliards de dollars au PIB
mondial dans les prochaines années, a estimé mercredi Christine Lagarde, directrice générale du FMI.

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"Alors que tous les pays seront à terme plus affaiblis, l'économie américaine est particulièrement vulnérable parce qu'une grande part de son commerce
sera sous le coup de mesures de représailles", écrit la dirigeante du Fonds monétaire international (FMI) dans un blog. "Et une réduction du PIB ne sera
pas le seul coût", a-t-elle ajouté.

L'institution de Washington avait estimé lundi que les tensions commerciales représentaient "la menace la plus grande à court terme pour la croissance
mondiale" en publiant ses prévisions actualisées pour la croissance mondiale.

Elle avait alors avancé une possible réduction de 0,5% du PIB mondial d'ici 2020, soit plus de 400 milliards de dollars.
Cette année et l'an prochain, l'économie mondiale devrait croître de 3,9% mais "cela pourrait être un sommet", estime Christine Lagarde.

"La croissance a déjà commencé à ralentir dans la zone euro, au Japon et au Royaume-Uni", a-t-elle observé, soulignant par ailleurs que les effets
positifs de la réforme fiscale sur l'économie américaine, adoptée fin 2017, allaient, eux, s'estomper.

Le FMI a élaboré quatre scénarios publiés mercredi dans "une note de surveillance" parallèlement au blog de Christine Lagarde, en amont de la réunion
du G20 Finances cette semaine à Buenos Aires.

"D'une manière générale, les effets négatifs sont plus importants pour l'économie américaine que pour les autres économies", résument les économistes
du FMI.
Car, expliquent-ils, les autres économies pourraient réorganiser leurs flux commerciaux entre eux, en excluant les Etats-Unis quand Washington sera
l'épicentre des représailles.

Le premier scénario prend en compte les tarifs douaniers américains déjà en oeuvre: 25% sur les importations d'acier, 10% sur l'aluminium (depuis mars),
25% sur 50 milliards de dollars d'importations chinoises et les représailles contre les marchandises américaines (appliquées en juillet).

Le deuxième scénario ajoute les 10% de taxes américaines supplémentaires sur 200 milliards de dollars d'importations chinoises additionnelles
envisagées pour septembre.

Le troisième scénario incorpore les 25% de tarifs douaniers américains sur les importations de voitures et les représailles éventuelles qui pourraient
intervenir à la fin de l'été ou à l'automne.

Le dernier scénario intègre en outre d'autres composantes comme une détérioration de la confiance combinée à une diminution des investissements
dans les secteurs manufacturiers notamment.
(Avec AFP)
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Challenges World United States

United StatesCommercial War:

Christine Lagarde highlights the vulnerability of the United States.
By Challenges.fr on 18.07.2018 at 15h25

The United States is the most exposed to the consequences of the trade war, which could cost hundreds of billions of dollars to global GDP in the coming
years, said Wednesday Christine Lagarde, Executive Director of the IMF.

"While all countries will eventually be weaker, the US economy is particularly vulnerable because much of its trade will be under retaliatory measures,"
writes the head of the International Monetary Fund. IMF) in a blog.

"And a reduction in GDP will not be the only cost," she added. The Washington institution estimated Monday that trade tensions were "the biggest
short-term threat to global growth". by publishing its updated forecasts for global growth. It then advanced a possible 0.5% reduction in global GDP by
2020, or more than $ 400 billion. This year and next, the global economy should grow by 3.9% but "it could be a peak," said Christine Lagarde.

"Growth has already begun to slow down in the eurozone, Japan and the UK," she said. , also pointing out that the positive effects of tax reform on the US
economy, adopted end of 2017, would fade.The IMF has developed four scenarios published Wednesday in & quot; a note & quot; along with Christine
Lagarde's blog, ahead of the G20 Finance meeting this week in Buenos Aires.

"In general, the negative effects are more important for the US economy than for the other economies," say the IMF economists. They argue that other
economies could reorganize their trade flows with each other. excluding the United States when Washington will be the epicenter of retaliation.The first
scenario takes into account US tariffs already in place: 25% on steel imports, 10% on aluminum (since March), 25% $ 50 billion in Chinese imports and
retaliation against US goods (applied in July).

The second scenario adds 10% additional US taxes on $ 200 billion of additional Chinese imports planned for September. The third scenario incorporates
the 25% US tariffs on car imports and possible retaliation that could occur at the end of summer or fall. The last scenario also incorporates other
components such as a deterioration of confidence combined with a decrease in investments in manufacturing sectors in particular.
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Trump supports a minor tweak, while Warren would redirect corporations to serve the public as well as shareholders
Stop the presses! Donald Trump and Elizabeth Warren agree on something.

Each has argued this week that the U.S. economy would be stronger if we could alter the way our corporations are run.
Of course, the populists of the right and the left disagree vehemently about what the problems are and how to remedy those faults. But both agree --
apparently -- that one of the structural problems in the economy is that corporations aren't maximizing long-term hiring or growth because they are
focused too much on short-term results.

Trump expressed his concerns, of course, in a tweet (https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1030416679069777921), so we have limited
understanding of exactly what he's advocating and what his reasons are.

The president said retiring PepsiCo (PEP) CEO Indra Nooyi told him that if he wants to make the economy great, corporations should move away from
reporting their financial results on a quarterly basis. Trump said he asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study changing the reporting
requirement to twice a year. The SEC requires quarterly reports, but many companies in Europe report only twice a year.

It's not likely that the SEC will support Trump's idea.

Trump's tweet follows similar concerns expressed by CEOs Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) and Jamie Dimon of J.P. Morgan Chase
(JPM), who argued in an op-ed that corporations should not provide quarterly financial guidance because such look-ahead guidance focused
management too much on short-term fluctuations (https://www.wsj.com/articles/short-termism-is-harming-the-economy-1528336801)and not enough
on growing their business for the long run.

The Business Roundtable, (https://www.businessroundtable.org/media/news-releases/business-roundtable-supports-move-away-short-term-guidance)
the premier advocacy group for CEOs, agrees.

Buffett and Dimon, unlike Trump, however, recommended that quarterly reporting of financial results should continue in interests of transparency.
There's a lot of evidence that short-termism (propelled by executives who have a lot personally at stake in meeting or beating quarterly expectations)
is harmful to the economy. Plenty of business leaders agree.

One study cited by my colleague Francine McKenna concluded (http://review.chicagobooth.edu/magazine/summer-2013/financial-reporting)that
"investors' short attention spans hurt long-term returns when company executives react to the clamor for short-term results by reporting too frequently
and then attempting to meet heightened expectations by any means possible."

Meeting short-term goals means that management doesn't invest enough for the future, another study concluded.
(https://sites.duke.edu/vashishtha/files/2017/05/KVV-April-26-2017.pdf)I've argued repeatedly that weak investment
(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/americas-investment-in-its-own-future-is-in-a-depression-2016-08-26)is one of our nation's biggest economic problems.

Warren's plan to save capitalism

We know a lot more about Sen. Warren's proposals for fixing corporate governance, which go much further than Trump's narrowly targeted "fix."
Warren has written legislation and an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal
(https://www.wsj.com/articles/companies-shouldnt-be-accountable-only-to-shareholders-1534287687) advocating that the U.S. corporate structure be
radically reformed to reduce the power of speculators in the economy. (The average share on the New York Stock Exchange is held for less than a
year.)

Instead of thinking of corporations as the sole property of shareholders, Warren's proposal would return us to the days when corporations, as
privileged legal creations of the American people, were thought to have responsibilities to the public welfare as well as to their shareholders.

Warren argues that the shift in corporate governance ideology since the 1980s, from one of public purpose to one of private gain, has impoverished
our economy while enriching a small elite. Before, wages grew alongside productivity, making the United States both prosperous and relatively
equitable.

But now, the emphasis on maximizing the extraction of "shareholder value" out of corporations has not only deprived workers of their just due, but has
starved the U.S. economy of the long-term investments it needs to grow and compete in today's world.

Her plan isn't nearly as radical as her critics would have you believe. It's not "nationalizing everything,"
(https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/08/elizabeth-warren-plan-nationalize-everything-woos-hard-left/)as The National Review's Kevin Williamson says.
Her plan is much closer to Germany than it is to Venezuela.

The Accountable Capitalism Act (https://www.warren.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/Accountable%20Capitalism%20Act.pdf)would require large
corporations to obtain federal (rather than state) charters. They would open up their boards of directors to representatives of workers, as is common
in large German corporations. (Germany still has a robust capitalist system, despite the warnings of Williamson and other apologists
(https://reason.com/blog/2018/08/15/elizabeth-warren-plans-to-destroy-capita).)

Large corporations would be required to consider the interests of all stakeholders -- workers, customers, the community -- as well as shareholders'
interests. The hope is that considerations such as long-term investments, negative externalities and equitable growth would have a seat at the table
along with those who have only their own short-term financial interests at heart.

Lenore Palladino has a fuller and much superior defense (https://bostonreview.net/class-inequality/lenore-palladino-public-benefit-incorporated)of
these ideas in the Boston Review. Please read it.

No, Warren's idea isn't going to pass any time soon. And it wouldn't fix everything that's wrong in our economy. But it would be a small step in
rebalancing the interests of the American people against the interests of the few.

Corporations were not created by God. They weren't handed down to us by Jesus, Martin Luther, Adam Smith or Milton Friedman. American
corporations are man-made institutions created by the people's will to serve a public purpose in exchange for extensive legal privileges.

Their power is undeniable, and so is the notion that we the people have the right to alter those former systems of corporate governance if they are no
longer serving their purpose. If that is treason against God's capitalism, make the most of it.
-Rex Nutting; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

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Hi all,

Given the quick change in pace of the NAFTA renegotiation this month, I wanted to provide an update on where we are at and how we should be
prepared for various outcomes coming out of the talks.

Timeline:

After the victory of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) and his left-leaning party in Mexico in July, the departing Peña Nieto Admin. in Mexico and
the Trump Admin. revived the NAFTA talks after a nearly two month hiatus. Their goal is to hash out bilateral issues within the next week and then bring
Canada back to the table and announce a deal by month's end. This is a very ambitious goal driven by their desire to sign a NAFTA 2.0 before Peña
Nieto is replaced by AMLO on December 1st.  (Under the timelines set out under Fast Track law, the Trump Admin. would need to finish a deal and
notify Congress by the end of this month in order to sign it before December 1st). Though a deal by the end of this month seems like a tall order (and
though such a deal would still require a vote in Congress), we're very concerned about what could be included in such a high-pressure and secretive
conclusion to the talks -- particularly given the environmental priorities of those at the negotiating table.

Threats:

Given the secretive nature of the negotiations, we don't have many more updates on the actual text of the draft NAFTA 2.0 beyond the points we raised
in our latest report from May. Here is a synopsis from that report of the new threats that NAFTA 2.0 could pose (in addition to the threat of continuing
damage from the existing pact):

NAFTA negotiators have explicitly stated that they intend for NAFTA 2.0 to lock in the recent deregulation of oil and gas in Mexico, which has
encouraged increased offshore drilling, fracking, and other fossil fuel extraction. A future Mexican government may want to restrict such activities to
reduce climate, air, and water pollution. However, NAFTA 2.0 could bar such changes with a “standstill” rule that requires the current oil and gas
deregulation to persist indefinitely, even as the climate crisis worsens and demands for climate action crescendo.
NAFTA 2.0 includes expansive rules concerning “regulatory cooperation” that could require Canada, the U.S., and Mexico to use burdensome and
industry-dominated procedures for forming new regulations, which could delay, weaken, or halt new climate policies. These rules also could be used to
pressure Canada and Mexico to adopt climate standards weakened by the Trump administration, making it harder to resume climate progress in the
post-Trump era.

Beyond these threats, we remain concerned -- like many of our labor partners -- that workers and communities in the U.S. and Mexico could again be
left behind if NAFTA 2.0 continues to allow corporations to outsource jobs and pollution to Mexico to exploit low-wage labor and weak environmental
standards.  Insider reports offer little confidence so far that NAFTA 2.0 would require strong enforcement of labor and environmental standards.

Taking Action:

What should we be doing now? As an immediate next step, please see our latest email below and add your voice to the many thousands demanding a
NAFTA replacement that serves people over corporations. Looking ahead, we have to continue to advance our people and planet first trade agenda
that will ultimately realign our economic priorities to support healthy and thriving communities across borders. Please continue to reach out with
questions.

In community,
Anthony

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Altaba (NASDAQ:AABA) - marked a new 52-week low at 62.88
Ambev (NYSE:ABEV) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.315
Barrick Gold (NYSE:ABX) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.63
Advaxis (NASDAQ:ADXS) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.95
Aberdeen Emerging Markets Equity Income Fund, Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:AEF) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.5
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Alamos Gold (NYSE:AGI) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.09
Adecoagro (NYSE:AGRO) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.195
Achaogen (NASDAQ:AKAO) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.75
Applied Materials (NASDAQ:AMAT) - marked a new 52-week low at 39.14

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Amkor Technology (NASDAQ:AMKR) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.74
Ampco-Pittsburgh (NYSE:AP) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.05
Asia Pacific Fund (NYSE:APB) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.925
Morgan Stanley Asia (NYSE:APF) - marked a new 52-week low at 16.08
Digital Turbine (NASDAQ:APPS) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.2452
Arcos Dorados Holdings (NYSE:ARCO) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.3
Arlo Technologies (NYSE:ARLO) - marked a new 52-week low at 17.985
Ascent Capital Group (NASDAQ:ASCMA) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.22
Attis Industries (NASDAQ:ATIS) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.315
Yamana Gold (NYSE:AUY) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.35

21-30
Alibaba Group Holding (NYSE:BABA) - marked a new 52-week low at 153.18
Bassett Furniture Indus (NASDAQ:BSET) - marked a new 52-week low at 21.95
BEST (NYSE:BSTI) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.47
British American Tobacco (NYSE:BTI) - marked a new 52-week low at 46.5
Ballantyne Strong, Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:BTN)
- marked a new 52-week low at 3.6
Anheuser-Busch InBev (NYSE:BUD) - marked a new 52-week low at 88.49
Babcock & Wilcox (NYSE:BW) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.25
Beazer Homes USA (NYSE:BZH) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.8
Morgan Stanley China (NYSE:CAF) - marked a new 52-week low at 20.25
Canon (NYSE:CAJ) - marked a new 52-week low at 30.48

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Chemours (NYSE:CC) - marked a new 52-week low at 41.99
CDTi Advanced Materials (NASDAQ:CDTI) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.324
Sprott Physical Gold and Silver Trust Units (NYSE:CEF)
- marked a new 52-week low at 11.53
China Green Agriculture (NYSE:CGA) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.92
The China Fund (NYSE:CHN) - marked a new 52-week low at 18.7
China Internet Nationwide (NASDAQ:CIFS) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.48
Energy Co of Minas Gerais (NYSE:CIG) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.645
Cellectar Biosciences (NASDAQ:CLRB) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.35
Clovis Oncology (NASDAQ:CLVS) - marked a new 52-week low at 33.83
Core Molding Technologies Inc Common Stock (NYSE:CMT) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.85


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Concert Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:CNCE) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.56
Constellation (NASDAQ:CNST) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.49
China Online Education Gr (NYSE:COE) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.76
CorePoint Lodging (NYSE:CPLG) - marked a new 52-week low at 20.3
CapStar Financial Hldgs (NASDAQ:CSTR) - marked a new 52-week low at 16.68
Ctrip.com International (NASDAQ:CTRP) - marked a new 52-week low at 36.4
Customers Bancorp (NYSE:CUBI) - marked a new 52-week low at 24.295
Covia Holdings (NYSE:CVIA) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.49
CytRx (NASDAQ:CYTR) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.03
Cosan (NYSE:CZZ) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.32

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Diamond Hill Inv Gr (NASDAQ:DHIL) - marked a new 52-week low at 175.43
DHX Media (NASDAQ:DHXM) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.5
Diversicare Healthcare (NASDAQ:DVCR) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.45
Meridian Bancorp (NASDAQ:EBSB) - marked a new 52-week low at 16.4
New Oriental Education (NYSE:EDU) - marked a new 52-week low at 68.41
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Enel Chile (NYSE:ENIC) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.57
Estre Ambiental (NASDAQ:ESTR) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.86
Exelixis (NASDAQ:EXEL) - marked a new 52-week low at 16.89

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Eagle Materials (NYSE:EXP) - marked a new 52-week low at 85.84
Ford Motor (NYSE:F) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.24
First Trust/aberdeen Glb (NYSE:FAM) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.32
Freeport-McMoRan (NYSE:FCX) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.85
First Trust/aberdeen (NYSE:FEO) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.57
Flex (NASDAQ:FLEX) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.92
Franco-Nevada (NYSE:FNV) - marked a new 52-week low at 60.0
Amicus Therapeutics (NASDAQ:FOLD) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.79
FlexShopper (NASDAQ:FPAY) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.25
Five Point Holdings (NYSE:FPH) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.22

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Five Prime Therapeutics (NASDAQ:FPRX) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.65
Francescas Holdings (NASDAQ:FRAN) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.09
Republic First Bancorp (NASDAQ:FRBK) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.3334
Gold Fields (NYSE:GFI) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.23
Goldcorp (NYSE:GG) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.01
GAMCO Global Gold, Natural Resources & Income Trust (NYSE:GGN) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.7
GreenTree Hospitality Gr (NYSE:GHG) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.5916
Greenlight Capital Re (NASDAQ:GLRE) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.7
General Motors (NYSE:GM) - marked a new 52-week low at 33.605
Genocea Biosciences (NASDAQ:GNCA) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.551

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GAMCO Natural Resources (NYSE:GNT) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.68
Gol Intelligent Airlines (NYSE:GOL) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.66
Randgold Resources (NASDAQ:GOLD) - marked a new 52-week low at 60.22
Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.88
Guangshen Railway Co (NYSE:GSH) - marked a new 52-week low at 20.74
Triple-S Management (NYSE:GTS) - marked a new 52-week low at 20.5
GWG Holdings (NASDAQ:GWGH) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.0221
Hudbay Minerals (NYSE:HBM) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.125
Hudson Technologies (NASDAQ:HDSN) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.57
Hartford Financial (NYSE:HIG) - marked a new 52-week low at 49.21

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Hecla Mining (NYSE:HL) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.615
Honda Motor Co (NYSE:HMC) - marked a new 52-week low at 28.38
Hennessy Advisors (NASDAQ:HNNA) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.32
Highpower International (NASDAQ:HPJ) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.55
HSBC Holdings (NYSE:HSBC) - marked a new 52-week low at 42.53
Histogenics (NASDAQ:HSGX) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.6024
Hilltop Holdings (NYSE:HTH) - marked a new 52-week low at 20.33
Iamgold (NYSE:IAG) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.65
Iconix Brand Group (NASDAQ:ICON) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.294
Morgan Stanley India (NYSE:IIF) - marked a new 52-week low at 25.3

101-110
ChipMOS TECHNOLOGIES (NASDAQ:IMOS) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.14
IPG Photonics (NASDAQ:IPGP) - marked a new 52-week low at 154.66
Social Capital Hedosophia (NYSE:IPOA) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.83
Iterum Therapeutics (NASDAQ:ITRM) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.1
JD.com (NASDAQ:JD) - marked a new 52-week low at 25.99
Nuveen Emrg Mkts Debt2022 (NYSE:JEMD) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.06
Jones Energy (NYSE:JONE) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.85
Jupai Holdings (NYSE:JP) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.85
Kala Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:KALA) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.0
Kinross Gold (NYSE:KGC) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.71

111-120
Koppers Holdings (NYSE:KOP) - marked a new 52-week low at 33.6
Kronos Worldwide (NYSE:KRO) - marked a new 52-week low at 19.04
China Life Insurance Co (NYSE:LFC) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.52
Legg Mason (NYSE:LM) - marked a new 52-week low at 30.13
Lazard World Div & Inc (NYSE:LOR) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.98
Lam Research (NASDAQ:LRCX) - marked a new 52-week low at 155.0
LATAM Airlines Group (NYSE:LTM) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.44
Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc Common Stock (NYSE:LTS) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.46
Las Vegas Sands (NYSE:LVS) - marked a new 52-week low at 59.74
Lifeway Foods (NASDAQ:LWAY) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.16

121-130
MAG Silver Corporation Ordinary Shares (NYSE:MAG) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.15
Microbot Medical (NASDAQ:MBOT) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.7665
Mobile TeleSystems (NYSE:MBT) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.255
MoneyGram Int (NASDAQ:MGI) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.7
MGM Resorts Intl (NYSE:MGM) - marked a new 52-week low at 26.46
Maiden Holdings (NASDAQ:MHLD) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.5
Blackrock Muniholdings NY (NYSE:MHN) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.2589
MKS Instruments (NASDAQ:MKSI) - marked a new 52-week low at 83.35
Melco Resorts & Enter (NASDAQ:MLCO) - marked a new 52-week low at 19.27
MagneGas (NASDAQ:MNGA) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.182

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Midstates Petroleum (NYSE:MPO) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.195
Marin Software (NASDAQ:MRIN) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.2
Morgan Stanley Emerging (NYSE:MSF) - marked a new 52-week low at 15.14
Molecular Templates (NASDAQ:MTEM) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.3
Mechel (NYSE:MTL) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.2999
Blackrock Muniyield NY (NYSE:MYN) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.78
Naked Brand Group (NASDAQ:NAKD) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.24
Navios Maritime Midstream (NYSE:NAP) - marked a new 52-week low at 3.0614
Nuveen Arizona Quality (NYSE:NAZ) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.33
Noble Midstream Partners (NYSE:NBLX) - marked a new 52-week low at 40.13

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Newmont Mining (NYSE:NEM) - marked a new 52-week low at 29.51
Nuverra Environmental Solutions, Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:NES) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.82
Puxin (NYSE:NEW) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.9
Nexa Resources (NYSE:NEXA) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.69
New Gold Inc. (NYSE:NGD) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.7851
NantHealth (NASDAQ:NH) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.57
NL Industries (NYSE:NL) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.0
Nuveen Municipal Inc Fund (NYSE:NMI) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.65
Newmark Group (NASDAQ:NMRK) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.05
NN (NASDAQ:NNBR) - marked a new 52-week low at 17.65

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Nuveen Pennsylvania (NYSE:NPN) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.35
NetEase (NASDAQ:NTES) - marked a new 52-week low at 185.67
Nam Tai Property (NYSE:NTP) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.6
NVR (NYSE:NVR) - marked a new 52-week low at 2574.15
News (NASDAQ:NWS) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.9
News (NASDAQ:NWSA) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.43
Empire Resorts (NASDAQ:NYNY) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.1
Otonomy (NASDAQ:OTIC) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.722
OvaScience (NASDAQ:OVAS) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.695
Pan American Silver (NASDAQ:PAAS) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.98

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Pitney Bowes (NYSE:PBI) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.04
Pacific Ethanol (NASDAQ:PEIX) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.675
POSCO (NYSE:PKX) - marked a new 52-week low at 64.45
Provident Financial Hldgs (NASDAQ:PROV) - marked a new 52-week low at 17.57
PermRock Royalty Trust (NYSE:PRT) - marked a new 52-week low at 12.28
Pernix Therapeutics Hldgs (NASDAQ:PTX) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.91
Qudian (NYSE:QD) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.87
Everest Re Group (NYSE:RE) - marked a new 52-week low at 206.68
Royal Gold (NASDAQ:RGLD) - marked a new 52-week low at 72.91
Rio Tinto (NYSE:RIO) - marked a new 52-week low at 45.75

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Realm Therapeutics (NASDAQ:RLM) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.35
Rambus (NASDAQ:RMBS) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.45
Castle Brands, Inc. Castle Brands, Inc. Common Stock (NYSE:ROX) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.9597
Ritter Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:RTTR) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.65
Ryanair Holdings (NASDAQ:RYAAY) - marked a new 52-week low at 94.48
Western Asset Inter (NYSE:SBI) - marked a new 52-week low at 8.54
Companhia De Saneamento (NYSE:SBS) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.7
SandRidge Energy (NYSE:SD) - marked a new 52-week low at 13.0
Sharing Economy (NASDAQ:SEII) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.31
Superior Group (NASDAQ:SGC) - marked a new 52-week low at 18.1498

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Select Interior Concepts (NASDAQ:SIC) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.55
SINA (NASDAQ:SINA) - marked a new 52-week low at 64.05
Smart Sand (NASDAQ:SND) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.5131
New Senior Investment Gr (NYSE:SNR) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.895
Synnex (NYSE:SNX) - marked a new 52-week low at 93.79
Sonic Foundry (NASDAQ:SOFO) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.5514
Sogou (NYSE:SOGO) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.5
Sohu.com (NASDAQ:SOHU) - marked a new 52-week low at 19.6
STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) - marked a new 52-week low at 18.3133
Summit Materials (NYSE:SUM) - marked a new 52-week low at 18.81

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Skyworks Solutions (NASDAQ:SWKS) - marked a new 52-week low at 86.12
Templeton Dragon Fund (NYSE:TDF) - marked a new 52-week low at 18.7
Telefonica (NYSE:TEF) - marked a new 52-week low at 7.795
Teekay LNG Partners (NYSE:TGP) - marked a new 52-week low at 14.94
Takung Art Co., Ltd. Common Stock (NYSE:TKAT) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.7348
Tonix Pharmaceuticals (NASDAQ:TNXP) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.8045
Torchlight Energy (NASDAQ:TRCH) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.96
Turquoise Hill Resources (NYSE:TRQ) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.14
Trio-Tech International Common Stock (NYSE:TRT) - marked a new 52-week low at 4.0471
Taiwan Fund (NYSE:TWN) - marked a new 52-week low at 19.18

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Ternium (NYSE:TX) - marked a new 52-week low at 25.89
Shineco (NASDAQ:TYHT) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.8534
Net 1 UEPS Technologies (NASDAQ:UEPS) - marked a new 52-week low at 6.01
Ultrapar Participacoes (NYSE:UGP) - marked a new 52-week low at 9.09
U.S. Gold (NASDAQ:USAU) - marked a new 52-week low at 0.98
Visteon (NASDAQ:VC) - marked a new 52-week low at 102.52
Vipshop Holdings (NYSE:VIPS) - marked a new 52-week low at 5.8
Venator Materials (NYSE:VNTR) - marked a new 52-week low at 11.03
VSE (NASDAQ:VSEC) - marked a new 52-week low at 35.9
Weibo (NASDAQ:WB) - marked a new 52-week low at 67.9

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Westpac Banking (NYSE:WBK) - marked a new 52-week low at 19.59
Western Digital (NASDAQ:WDC) - marked a new 52-week low at 55.68
Westwood Holdings Group (NYSE:WHG) - marked a new 52-week low at 53.5
Wheaton Precious Metals (NYSE:WPM) - marked a new 52-week low at 15.32
Wyndham Destinations (NYSE:WYND) - marked a new 52-week low at 40.93
XBiotech (NASDAQ:XBIT) - marked a new 52-week low at 2.68
Extraction Oil & Gas (NASDAQ:XOG) - marked a new 52-week low at 10.27
Dentsply Sirona (NASDAQ:XRAY) - marked a new 52-week low at 37.68
YogaWorks (NASDAQ:YOGA) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.03
Yum China Holdings (NYSE:YUMC) - marked a new 52-week low at 31.98

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YY (NASDAQ:YY) - marked a new 52-week low at 68.22
Zion Oil & Gas (NASDAQ:ZN) - marked a new 52-week low at 1.301
China Southern Airlines (NYSE:ZNH) - marked a new 52-week low at 29.15

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UPDATE: Tilray stock halted several times amid rollercoaster final hour of trading
Today 4:08 PM ET (MarketWatch)
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Tilray Inc. shares were halted five times in a span of less than an hour as Wednesday's trading session neared a close, with shares zooming between brief
small losses and incredibly large gains. Tilray stock was flying high Wednesday morning

(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/reefer-madness-tilrays-mind-bending-move-lights-up-the-internet-2018-09-19), hitting an intraday record high of $300 a
share in Wednesday trading -- a daily gain of 94% that added to a an increase of more than 400% in the past month. However, when shares were halted for a
fourth time in less than 40 minutes at 3:33 p.m. Eastern time, they were trading at $168.33, a daily gain of just 8.6%. When they resumed trading at 3:43 p.m.

Eastern, shares clawed back to gains of 40% before being halted with about 10 minutes to go in the session. Shares were allowed to begin trading yet again
at almost the exact moment the market closed, and recorded a final price in the regular session of $214.06, up 38.1% on the day. The cannabis producer
went public in July

(http://www.marketwatch.com/story/tilray-ipo-five-things-to-know-about-the-first-pot-company-to-go-public-on-nasdaq-2018-07-10) at $17 a share, and traded
in a range from $151.40 to $300 Wednesday. In the first few minutes of after-hours trading, shares dropped more than 10%.

-Jeremy C. Owens; 415-439-6400; AskNewswires@dowjones.com

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September 19, 2018 16:08 ET (20:08 GMT)
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