NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ A look at the 10 biggest percentage gainers on New York Stock Exchange at the close of trading: BRT Realty Trust rose 22.3 percent to $6.30. CarMax Inc. rose 8.5 percent to $26.16. Harvest Natural Resources Inc. rose 8.1 percent to $7.85. National Fuel Gas Co. rose 6.9 percent to $49.01. RTI International Metals Inc. rose 5.9 percent to $31.13. Stillwater Mining Co. rose 5.6 percent to $16.21. Spartech Corp. rose 5.4 percent to $8.34. Fed Agric Mtg A rose 5.3 percent to $8.92. McMoRan Exploration Co. rose 4.9 percent to $15.96. Las Vegas Sands Corp. rose 4.8 percent to $33.05.
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