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Nice catch... problem solved for now... Thank you...

2012/10/15 143.23 144.23 142.77 144.08  124181900   ss 0.32 0.90 1.18
2012/10/16 144.76 145.64 144.66 145.54  107689100    B 0.10 0.90 -0.43
2012/10/17 145.64 146.32 145.42 146.20  108815500    S 0.24 0.87 0.22
2012/10/18 145.82 146.52 145.33 145.82  128834100   ss 0.41 0.41 0.99
2012/10/19 145.55 145.56 143.05 143.39  148108500 B  B 1.00 0.14 3.47
2012/10/22 143.15 143.67 142.28 143.41  185645200    S 0.63 0.81 3.28
2012/10/23 141.86 142.06 140.83 141.42  125578600 B  B 0.84 0.48 2.84
2012/10/24 141.93 142.10 140.80 141.02  192056300    S 0.87 0.17 1.26

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