NEW YORK (AP) â¿¿ A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on New York Stock Exchange at the close of trading: Swift Transportation Co. fell 7.9 percent to $10.21. Sony Corp. fell 7.3 percent to $17.36. Pzena Investment Management Inc. fell 7.0 percent to $5.83. EXterran Holdings Inc. fell 6.8 percent to $12.38. Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. fell 6.3 percent to $12.79. TRC Companies Inc. fell 6.2 percent to $5.75. NL Industries Inc. fell 6.0 percent to $13.86. Arch Coal Inc. fell 6.0 percent to $9.99. Stoneridge Inc. fell 5.9 percent to $8.73. Alon USA Energy Inc. fell 5.8 percent to $8.67.
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