NYSE Stocks Posting Largest Volume Increases

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

ASA Gold and Precious Metals Ltd. : Approximately 440,100 shares changed hands, a 360.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.17 or 1.4 percent to $12.18.

Bio Amber Inc. : Approximately 132,000 shares changed hands, a 338.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.15 or 1.9 percent to $7.92.

Cash Store Financial Service Inc. : Approximately 171,200 shares changed hands, a 456.9 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.09 or 6.0 percent to $1.41.

Cohen & Steers Inc. : Approximately 701,300 shares changed hands, a 496.6 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.41 or 1.0 percent to $40.90.

Equus II Inc. : Approximately 35,500 shares changed hands, a 354.5 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.02 or 1.1 percent to $1.78.

First Acceptance Corp. : Approximately 250,400 shares changed hands, a 615.7 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.04 or 1.9 percent to $2.14.

New Germany Fund : Approximately 147,400 shares changed hands, a 456.5 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares rose $.21 or 1.1 percent to $19.99.

Muniyield Michigan Insured Fund II : Approximately 188,600 shares changed hands, a 367.1 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.08 or .7 percent to $11.59.

Textura Corp. : Approximately 3,659,200 shares changed hands, a 887.0 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $1.76 or 5.6 percent to $29.54.

Turkish Investment Fund : Approximately 182,700 shares changed hands, a 361.8 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.44 or 3.1 percent to $13.65.
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