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

BJ's Wholesale Club Inc. : Approximately 7,011,200 shares changed hands, a 835.9 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $5.24 or 12.2 percent to $48.25.

CVR Energy Inc. : Approximately 13,248,600 shares changed hands, a 1,403.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.35 or 2.0 percent to $17.05.

Chatham Lodging Trust : Approximately 1,054,400 shares changed hands, a 2,922.0 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.08 or .5 percent to $16.18.

Furniture Brands Intl Inc. : Approximately 5,640,000 shares changed hands, a 1,271.3 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.79 or 17.2 percent to $3.80.

Global Partners LP : Approximately 1,847,500 shares changed hands, a 2,320.1 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $1.05 or 3.7 percent to $27.62.

Jaguar Mining Inc. : Approximately 7,872,700 shares changed hands, a 569.1 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.53 or 8.8 percent to $5.49.

Mednax Inc. : Approximately 1,993,500 shares changed hands, a 658.5 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $4.06 or 6.2 percent to $61.71.

Parkway Properties Inc. : Approximately 780,700 shares changed hands, a 809.1 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.60 or 3.4 percent to $18.08.

SFN Group Inc. : Approximately 2,822,800 shares changed hands, a 760.8 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $1.58 or 15.2 percent to $11.99.

Transcontinental Realty Investors Inc. : Approximately 68,500 shares changed hands, a 2,451.2 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.80 or 18.6 percent to $5.10.
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