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|Envirosafe Corporation (ENVS)||0.02||8.70||0.21 M|
|Verso Paper Corp (VRS)||1.20||7.14||0.08 M|
|Delta Apparel Inc. (DLA)||14.24||5.72||0.02 M|
|Summer Infant Inc. (SUMR)||3.53||5.69||0.13 M|
|China Shengda Packaging Group Inc. (CPGI)||1.26||4.13||0.02 M|
|Ever-Glory International Group Inc. (EVK)||3.30||3.12||0.02 M|
|Coldwater Creek (CWTR)||3.78||3.00||0.09 M|
|Xerium Technologies Inc. (XRM)||9.31||2.87||0.09 M|
|KapStone Paper And Packaging Corporation (KS)||28.04||2.15||0.18 M|
|Zep Inc. (ZEP)||16.29||2.13||0.02 M|
|Mannatech Inc. (MTEX)||9.46||-14.78||0.04 M|
|Tandy Brands Accessories (TBAC)||0.65||-5.80||0.01 M|
|CTI Industries Corporation (CTIB)||4.58||-5.37||0.00 M|
|Swisher Hygiene Inc. (SWSH)||1.18||-4.84||0.44 M|
|The Stephan Company (TSC)||13.50||-3.57||0.05 M|
|Exceed Company Ltd. (EDS)||1.20||-3.42||0.01 M|
|Northern Technologies International (NTIC)||10.57||-3.38||0.00 M|
|ACCO Brands Corp (ACCO)||7.11||-3.27||1.73 M|
|China Xiniya Fashion Ltd. (XNY)||1.11||-2.63||0.03 M|
|STR Holdings Inc. (STRI)||3.00||-2.60||0.12 M|
|Procter & Gamble Co (PG)||78.70||-0.15||7.11 M|
|Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)||102.54||0.38||6.74 M|
|Nike Inc. (NKE)||63.33||-1.74||4.31 M|
|International Paper Co. (IP)||47.18||1.46||4.16 M|
|Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co (GT)||14.58||0.55||3.91 M|
|Foot Locker Inc (FL)||35.68||-0.42||3.68 M|
|Avon Products Inc (AVP)||23.63||-0.55||3.26 M|
|Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)||60.97||-0.72||3.12 M|
|Coach Inc. (COH)||58.59||-0.78||3.06 M|
|Crown Holdings Inc (CCK)||43.15||-1.30||2.23 M|
|Procter & Gamble Co (PG)||78.70||-0.15||$216.0 B|
|Unilever NV (UN)||42.08||0.38||$127.3 B|
|Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)||60.97||-0.72||$57.4 B|
|Nike Inc. (NKE)||63.33||-1.74||$46.7 B|
|Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)||102.54||0.38||$39.2 B|
|Ecolab Inc. (ECL)||87.19||-0.27||$26.4 B|
|International Paper Co. (IP)||47.18||1.46||$21.2 B|
|VF Corporation (VFC)||185.12||0.05||$20.4 B|
|Estee Lauder Cos Inc (EL)||70.33||0.27||$17.0 B|
|Coach Inc. (COH)||58.59||-0.78||$16.7 B|
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