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This was the highest one-day volume in more than 2 years. I can't believe this didn't have more of an effect on the price, at least short-term, in one direction or the other.

As of 3/31/04, Wachovia was the largest institutional holder, with about 800,000 shares. None of the insiders own anywhere near that many shares.

Institutional trading - but I wish I knew who the buyer and sellers were. I can't find anything.

Thanks for posting this - I didn't know this had happened until I saw your post. If anyone has any information or comments about this, I'd greatly appreciate it.

Mark D
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