NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on New York Stock Exchange at the close of trading: Team Inc. fell 12.1 percent to $28.88. Acuity Brands Inc. fell 9.7 percent to $57.50. Proto Labs Inc. fell 9.5 percent to $31.86. Winnebago Industries Inc. fell 8.1 percent to $9.59. Calix Inc. fell 7.3 percent to $7.79. Inphi Corp. fell 7.2 percent to $13.19. Goodrich Petroleum Corp. Holding Co. fell 6.6 percent to $17.32. Callon Petroleum Co. fell 6.1 percent to $6.00. Sunrise Senior Living Inc. fell 6.1 percent to $6.02. ASA Gold and Precious Metals Ltd. fell 5.9 percent to $23.83.
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