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  • Amazon.com339.04-0.98 -0.29%
  • BlackBerry10.18-0.08 -0.78%
  • Facebook74.82+0.965 +1.31%
  • Fortinet25.81+0.515 +2.04%
  • Google571.60+2.40 +0.42%
  • Intel34.92+0.27 +0.78%
  • Microsoft45.43+0.55 +1.23%
  • Twitter49.75+0.32 +0.65%
  • Yahoo38.51+0.20 +0.52%
  • IBM192.30+0.30 +0.16%
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