NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ A look at the 10 biggest volume gainers on New York Stock Exchange at the close of trading:

Aon Corp. : Approximately 15,201,500 shares changed hands, a 591.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $1.45 or 4.1 percent to $37.07.

BPZ Resources Inc. : Approximately 5,499,300 shares changed hands, a 349.8 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.43 or 11.3 percent to $3.39.

Chesapk Lodging Tr : Approximately 198,600 shares changed hands, a 283.2 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.56 or 3.6 percent to $16.22.

Evergreen Energy : Approximately 24,773,100 shares changed hands, a 682.8 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.04 or 53.8 percent to $.12.

First Trust FIDAC Mortgage Income Fund : Approximately 161,400 shares changed hands, a 747.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.73 or 4.0 percent to $19.04.

Frontier Comm : Approximately 34,493,100 shares changed hands, a 285.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.01 or .1 percent to $7.19.

Hewitt Associates Inc. : Approximately 20,072,400 shares changed hands, a 1,736.3 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $1.03 or 2.2 percent to $47.82.

Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. : Approximately 8,759,500 shares changed hands, a 363.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $2.02 or 14.0 percent to $16.45.

Playboy Ent A : Approximately 29,000 shares changed hands, a 1,034.0 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.12 or 2.1 percent to $5.42.

Playboy Enterprises Inc. : Approximately 1,580,400 shares changed hands, a 371.0 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.18 or 3.2 percent to $5.37.
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