NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at 1 p.m.: Patriot Transportation Holding Inc. fell 10.9 percent to $20.87. WisdomTree Investments Inc. fell 10.6 percent to $5.64. Sevcon Inc. fell 8.6 percent to $5.85. National Security Group fell 8.3 percent to $9.27. Discovery Communications Inc. Series B fell 7.8 percent to $46.02. Stratus Properties Inc. fell 7.5 percent to $9.21. B Communcations Ltd. fell 7.4 percent to $11.05. Internet Gold-Golden Lines Ltd. fell 7.4 percent to $9.20. Key Technology Inc. fell 6.7 percent to $12.70. Globe Splty Metals fell 6.6 percent to $14.48.
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