With 2017 behind us, Share Rocket is taking a look back on our data from the top 10 markets in the country to track the performance of the top local broadcasters for our fourth quarter social review.

Compared to the third quarter, in which natural disasters around the country helped contribute to huge spikes in Engagement, the fourth quarter saw reductions in total Engagement in most of the top 10 markets as the spike subsided. In fact, in the top 10 markets, the fourth quarter had the least total Engagement of any quarter in 2017. The holidays also likely played a role in the decline.

However, that change also led to opportunity for some stations. Those that were able to generate similar levels of Engagement to the third quarter often saw their SHARE scores improve in Q4. There were some significant changes in the overall station rankings compared to our third quarter rankings in four markets, including new No. 1 stations in Chicago and Atlanta.

As 2018 begins, we will be tracking whether Engagement returns to the heights that it hit from summer into fall, as well as whether Facebook’s ever-changing views on news publishers have had any effect on local broadcasters’ ability to generate Engagement through their Pages. Return to this blog or subscribe to our newsletter through the form to the right (on desktop) or at the bottom of this post (on mobile) to read the latest.

If you’d like to see our ratings for the top five markets in the third quarter of 2017, click here. Check this blog next Wednesday to see the fourth quarter rankings in markets #6-10.

Note: The rankings for individuals in this post are based on current station talent. Those that have moved to other stations or markets have since been migrated to their new employers within Share Rocket’s system.

DMA #1 – New York City

The stations Share Rocket tracks in New York City remained in the same order at the end of the fourth quarter that they were in for each of our three previous quarterly rankings last year. Overall, the market saw a large decline in total Engagement from the third quarter to the fourth, with all but one station in NYC showing declines in Engagement of at least -14% compared to the third quarter. WNYW and WABC remained the top two stations in the DMA with SHARE scores greater than 30.0.

WNYW led the market with a 36.9 overall SHARE and generated more than 9.3 million Engagements as a group during the fourth quarter. The station was No. 1 in the market on both Facebook and Instagram. On Facebook, the main WNYW Facebook Page generated more than 7 million Engagements and averaged more than 2,000 Engagements per post. By itself, the main WNYW Facebook Page had a 35.6 SHARE of the NYC Facebook market. On Instagram, WNYW moved from second as a group to first after seeing a +35.1% increase in Engagement from the third quarter. WNYW’s main Instagram account generated just shy of 1.2 million Engagements in the 90-day period. WNYW had the No. 2 individual in the market on social media in Rosanna Scotto, who generated more than 345,000 Engagements in the quarter primarily through Facebook and Instagram.

WABC was second in the market with a 30.1 overall SHARE and it has the largest combined Audience in the market with nearly 4.3 million combined followers of all of its social accounts. The station’s primary Facebook Page has 1.9 million followers on its own. The station was first on Twitter as a group and second on both Facebook and Instagram. On Twitter, WABC had a 39.2 SHARE as a group, while no other station had a group SHARE of more than 23.0. In the quarter, the station generated just show of 350,000 Engagements as a group. WABC had the top individual on all three platforms, and all three are meteorologists. Bill Evans was #1 on Facebook, Lee Goldberg was #1 on Twitter, and Amy Freeze was #1 on Instagram. WABC’s main Instagram account generated more than 1 million Engagements in the fourth quarter. WABC had five of the top seven individuals overall in the market.

WPIX was third with a 14.5 overall SHARE, which was a +13.4% increase on the previous quarter. The station was third in the market on both Facebook and Instagram, and on Twitter WPIX increased its SHARE by +12.2% as a group. On Instagram, the station moved up from fourth as a group to third. Engagement was up +21.4% on that platform, which led to a +11.3% increase in SHARE. Only about 15% of the Engagement the station generated on Instagram came from the main station account, meaning about 85% came from talent or sub-brands. The station also had the top sub-brand overall in the NYC market in WPIX Archives. The WPIX Archives Facebook Page averaged more than 2,400 Engagements per post and grew its audience by +15.5% in Q4. In total, the sub-brand added about 342,000 Engagements to the station’s total. The station’s top individual was traffic anchor Jill Nicolini, who generated more than 116,000 Engagements.

WNBC finished fourth overall with an 8.0 SHARE as a group, a +14.6% improvement on the third quarter. The station was second as a group on Twitter with a 22.3 SHARE, a +15.6% improvement on the previous quarter. The station’s main Twitter account was one of two in the market to generate more than 100,000 Engagements.

WABC’s Amy Freeze was the top individual in the market in the fourth quarter after finishing second in the third quarter. She generated more than 286,000 Engagements on Instagram in the quarter, and averaged nearly 1,400 Engagements per post on the platform. WNYW’s Rosanna Scotto was second overall among individuals after finishing second among individuals on both Facebook and Instagram, and generated more than 345,000 total Engagements in Q4. WABC’s Michelle Charlesworth generated more than 100,000 Engagements on two platforms, Facebook and Instagram. Charlesworth was also one of only three individuals to generate more than a quarter-million Engagements in Q4. WABC’s Bill Evans generated more than 142,000 Engagements on Facebook in the 90-day period, a +134% improvement on his total in the third quarter.

DMA #2 – Los Angeles

The stations Share Rocket tracks in Los Angeles remained in the same order at the end of the fourth quarter that they were in at the end of the third. Overall, the market saw a decline in Engagement compared to the third quarter, though the drop off was not as significant as it was in New York City. Two stations saw increases in Engagement from quarter to quarter while four saw decreases. Three stations in the market had SHARE scores of 20.0 or more.

KABC remained a strong No. 1 station in the market in the fourth quarter with a 38.3 overall SHARE, a +7% increase from the previous quarter. As a group, the station generated more than 17.4 million Engagements on social media during the 90-day period, with the station’s primary Facebook Page generating about 12.5 million of those. KABC was the top station on all three platforms Share Rocket tracks and the main KABC account was the top account on each of those platforms, as well. In fact, KABC’s main accounts represented about one-third of the entire market by themselves in terms of SHARE. KABC’s Facebook Page has more than 2.4 million followers, more than 1 million more than any other Page in the market. The main KABC Page also averaged more than 4,250 Engagements per post. The KABC Instagram account generated nearly 2 million Engagements, while no other account generated more than 700,000. KABC entertainment reporter George Pennacchio was the top individual in the market on Twitter with a 7.49 SHARE after he generated about 334,000 Engagements through his account in Q4.

KTTV was second in Los Angeles with a 22.0 overall SHARE and grew its total Audience by +4.6% in the quarter, which was the most of any station in the market. KTTV was second as a group on Facebook and Instagram, and third on Twitter. KTTV’s Facebook Page generated about 6.7 million Engagements in Q4. The station also received a big lift from Good Day LA anchor Araksya Karapetyan, who was the top individual in the market overall with a 2.05 SHARE (no other individual had a SHARE about 1.0). Karapetyan generated about 944,000 Engagements on social media in the quarter, which was a slight increase from her third quarter figure. On Twitter, KTTV increased its group Engagement by +72.6% from the previous quarter. On Instagram, KTTV increased its group Audience by +12% from quarter to quarter.

KTLA was third in LA with a 20.0 overall SHARE, which was a small improvement from Q3. The station generated more than 8.6 million engagements as a group from October through December. KTLA was second as a group on Twitter, and third on both Facebook and Instagram. The station had the top sub-brand in the market in KTLA 5 Morning News, which generated nearly 1.5 million Engagements for the station in the fourth quarter. The sub-brand was one of the top 10 accounts in the market on both Facebook and Twitter. On Twitter, the station generated +80% more Engagement as a group as it did in Q3, leading to a +15.9% increase in SHARE on the platform. On Instagram, the station generated more than 1.3 million Engagements as a group. KTLA’s top individual was entertainment anchor Sam Rubin, who jumped up the individual rankings after generating more than 450,000 total engagements in the quarter (about 300k of which came from Twitter).

KNBC finished fourth in the market with a 9.1 overall SHARE, which was a +21% increase from the previous quarter. The station generated more than 3.7 million Engagements as a group (an +18.1% improvement from Q3). KNBC moved from fifth in the market to fourth in the fourth quarter.

KTTV’s Araksya Karapetyan was the top individual overall in the market in the fourth quarter, as she was in every other quarter of 2017. She was first among individuals on Facebook and Instagram, and made the top 10 on Twitter, as well. She averaged more than 2,060 Engagements per post on Instagram and more than 400 per post on Facebook. KTLA’s Sam Rubin was second among individuals after finishing second on Twitter and sixth on Facebook. His 450,000+ Engagements were a +427% increase from the previous quarter, and his total social Audience increased +20.5% in the 90-day period. KNBC traffic anchor and reporter Alysha Del Valle was third thanks mostly to her Instagram account, where she generated more than 98% of her Engagement. On Insta, Del Valle was second among individuals and she generated more than 412,000 Engagements (which was a +108% improvement from Q3). KABC’s George Pennacchio had a tremendous Engagement-to-Audience ratio on Twitter of 25 Engagements per follower in the quarter. KMEX anchor León Krauze rounded out the top five individuals in the market on the strength of his Twitter account, which has more than 1.25 million followers (the most of any account in the market, including station accounts) and generated about 190,000 Engagements in the fourth quarter.

DMA #3 – Chicago

There was a change at the top of the Chicago market in the fourth quarter, as WLS moved from second to first overall among stations while WFLD moved to second. Overall, engagement was down significantly in the market from quarter to quarter with all seven stations Share Rocket tracks in the market showing declines and five of those declining -14% or more from Q3 to Q4. Three stations in the market had SHARE scores of 20.0 or higher.

WLS was the top station in the market with a 33.7 overall SHARE after generating a total of more than 11.4 million Engagements as a group in the fourth quarter. The station saw the smallest decrease in Engagement of any station in the market, which helped increase their overall SHARE by +9.6% from quarter to quarter. WLS has the largest social Audience in the market with about 60,000 more total followers than the next-closest station. WLS was first as a station on Facebook and Instagram, and second on Twitter. However, the main WLS account was the top account on all three platforms in Q4. About 91% of the Engagement generated by the station in the quarter came from the main WLS accounts on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. On Twitter, the primary WLS account generated about 182,000 Engagements, making it one of two accounts in the market with more than 100,000. However, it was the only WLS-associated account in the top 15 on that platform. On Instagram, WLS had a 37.0 Share as a group and the station’s success was again driven by the main station account. WLS’s Instagram account generated more than 494,000 Engagements and has the largest Audience of any account in the market with more than 97,000 followers. The top individual for WLS was meteorologist Cheryl Scott, who finished sixth overall among individuals and generated more than 165,000 Engagements (a +7.8% improvement over Q3).

WFLD was second in Chicago with a 28.4 overall SHARE and generated about 9.75 million Engagements as a group in the 90-day period. WFLD was second among stations on Facebook and third on Instagram. On Facebook, WFLD’s main station Page had a 26.06 SHARE on its own and averaged nearly 2,350 Engagements per post. The Fox station also had the top individual in the market on Facebook in traffic anchor Jenny Milkowski, who had a 1.83 SHARE on the platform and generated more than 532,000 Engagements. Anchor/reporter Natalie Bomke was also among the top five individuals in the market on Facebook and generated more than 127,000 Engagements on that platform. On Instagram, WFLD had a 15.1 SHARE as a group with more than half of that coming from Milkowski. She had an 8.41 SHARE by herself on Instagram and generated more than 169,000 Engagements (a +171% improvement from Q3), which is particularly impressive considering she has a bit more than 11,000 followers on her account.

WGN was third in the market with a 24.9 overall SHARE, which was a +3% increase from the third quarter. The station was first as a group on Twitter with a 44.8 SHARE, second on Instagram with a 28.8 SHARE, and third on Facebook with a 23.9 SHARE. The station’s largest sub-brand, WGN Morning News, made an impact on all three platforms. WGN Morning News was the No. 5 overall accounts on Facebook, No. 2 on Twitter, and No. 7 on Instagram, and in total it generated more than 685,000 Engagements in Q4 (a +57.3% increase from the previous quarter).  WGN had three of the top five individuals in the market overall and those three individuals combined to contribute more than 615,000 Engagements to the station’s total in the quarter. On Twitter, the station increased its total Engagement by +48.7% from quarter to quarter, which led to a +15.7% increase in SHARE. Sports reporter Jarrett Payton was the top individual in the market on Twitter with a 9.0 SHARE after he generated about 99,000 Engagements in the 90-day period. WGN also made big strides on Instagram in the quarter, generating more than 540,000 Engagements (a +63% improvement on Q3) and increasing their SHARE by +19.1%.

WMAQ finished fourth in the market with a 6.9 overall SHARE. The station moved from fourth to third on Twitter with a 13.6 SHARE during the fourth quarter and increased its total Engagement on the platform by +24.4% compared to the previous quarter.

WFLD’s Jenny Milkowski was the top individual in the Chicago market for the third straight quarter in Q4. She generated more than 714,000 Engagements in the 90-day period, which represented a +10.9% increase from the previous quarter and also increased her overall SHARE by nearly +25%. She was No. 1 among individuals on Facebook and Instagram, and also cracked the top five on Twitter. Ericka Pino, a meteorologist for Univision affiliate WGBO, was second in the market thanks primarily to her Facebook performance. She was second among individuals on Facebook and generated more than 300,000 Engagements on her Page, averaging about 675 Engagements per post. WGN’s Jarrett Payton was third among individuals thanks to his best-in-market individual Twitter performance along with one of the market’s top Instagram accounts. In all, he generated more than 225,000 Engagements in the 90-day period, which was a +58.8% improvement over Q3. He jumped from 10th among individuals to 3rd in the fourth quarter and grew his social Audience by +4.8%. WGN meteorologist Paul Konrad was fourth among individuals and the fourth and final individual in the market to generate more than 200,000 total Engagements in the quarter. Konrad was No. 3 among individuals on Facebook and cracked the top 10 on both Twitter and Instagram. Finally, WGN reporter Ana Belaval was fifth thanks to her Facebook and Instagram accounts, which were both in the top five among individuals. She generated nearly 177,000 Engagements in Q4.

DMA #4 – Philadelphia

The station rankings in Philadelphia remained the same from Q3 to Q4, as WPVI maintained a strong hold on the No. 1 spot. Unlike it the other markets we’ve seen so far, overall Engagement was up in Philadelphia from the quarter before. Three stations saw increases in Engagement and three saw decreases, but the increases were larger than the decreases. The top two stations had SHARE scores of 30.0 or higher, which did not leave much for the other four stations in the market.

WPVI led the way among stations with a 44.0 overall SHARE, which was a slight improvement over their third-quarter performance fueled by a slight increase in their total Engagement compared to the prior quarter. WPVI was the top station in the market on Facebook and Twitter, and second on Instagram. The station’s strongest platform was Facebook, where they generated about 6.5 million Engagements and had a 46.8 SHARE as a group. WPVI’s main Facebook Page became the top Facebook Page in the market in the fourth quarter and it has the largest Audience of any Page in the market with more than 1 million followers. The primary WPVI Page also generated nearly 1,200 Engagements per post. The station also had the top three individuals in the market on Facebook in meteorologists Adam Joseph and Cecily Tynan and sports reporter Jamie Apody. Those three combined to generate more than 1 million Engagements on Facebook alone in Q4. On Twitter, the station had a 37.0 SHARE as a group. Much of that came from the main WPVI account, but the station also got a big lift on Twitter from sports reporter Jeff Skversky, who was second among individuals on the platform and generated nearly 165,000 Engagements through his account in the quarter. The ABC affiliate’s top individual on Instagram was Adam Joseph, who added another 140,000+ Engagements on that platform.

WTXF was second in the market with a 33.5 overall SHARE and generated nearly 6 million Engagements as a group. The Fox affiliate was first among stations on Instagram, second on Facebook, and third on Twitter. On Facebook, the main WTXF Page generated more than 3.6 million Engagements in the 90-day period and it accounted for about 84% of the station’s SHARE on the platform. On Twitter, the station generated +66.5% more Engagement as a group in Q4 than it did in Q3. Some of that is due to sports reporter Howard Eskin, who generated more than 86,000 Engagements on the platform and saw his SHARE on Twitter increase +105% compared to the previous quarter. WTXF’s best platform, however, was Instagram. The station dominated with a 55.8 SHARE as a group and generated about 1.3 million Engagements. While the WTXF Instagram account was solid, with a 10.7 SHARE on its own, the station’s top account on Instagram is that of Good Day Philadelphia co-host Alex Holley. She had a 24.29 SHARE on Instagram after she generated more than 600,000 Engagements in the quarter (which was a +86.7% increase from Q3). She averaged more than 2,800 Engagements on each of her Instagram posts and was quickly approaching the largest Audience of any account in the market, trailing WPVI’s main station account by less than 2,000 followers. Her Good Day Philadelphia co-host Mike Jerrick is also no slouch on Insta – he was second among individuals with a 5.85 SHARE on the platform and generated about 136,000 Engagements there.

KYW was a distant third behind WPVI and WTXF with an 11.1 overall SHARE, but the CBS affiliate had a fantastic quarter from October to December. Compared to the third quarter, KYW increases its total Engagement by +37.1%, its overall SHARE by +29.6%, its SEI by +15.2%, and its total Audience by +8.6%. The station was third in the market on both Facebook and Instagram. On Facebook, the KYW main Page grew its SHARE by +31% and its Audience by +11% from quarter to quarter. KYW anchor Rahel Solomon also flew up the individual rankings on Facebook in Q4, jumping from 53rd to 4th after generating more than 181,000 Engagements on her Page. On Twitter, the station generated +24% more Engagement as a group than it did in the previous quarter, however due to the other top stations on Twitter also observing a big jump in Engagement, KYW did not increase its SHARE. KYW had a 6.3 SHARE on Instagram as a group, with a lot of that coming from anchor/reporter Meisha Johnson who generated nearly 80,000 Engagements on the platform.

WCAU finished fourth in the market with a 10.5 overall SHARE and, like KYW, made some big improvements from quarter to quarter. Compared to the third quarter, the NBC affiliate increased its total Engagement by +40.4%, its overall SHARE by +33.3%, and its total Audience by +7.3%. The station moved from third on Twitter to second during the fourth quarter after its SHARE on the platform increased +35.1%. The majority of WCAU’s strong Twitter quarter came from sports reporter John Clark, whose stats launched into the stratosphere from October through December. Clark generated more than 400,000 Engagements on Twitter during that time. For comparison, no other account in the market (stations included) generated more than 250,000. Clark’s SHARE on Twitter in Q4 was 20.91, which was up +113% from the prior quarter.

WTXF’s Alex Holley was the top individual in Philadelphia on social media after moving from second to first in the fourth quarter. In addition to her previously-mentioned No. 1 performance on Instagram, she was in the top five among individuals on Facebook and Twitter. In all, she generated more than 793,000 Engagements in Q4, a +48.2% improvement from Q3. WPVI’s Adam Joseph was second among individuals and generated the majority of his Engagement on Facebook. Joseph has more than 220,000 followers on his Facebook Page, and his average post there generated about 3,650 Engagements. His 3.5 overall SHARE was a +8.5% improvement from Q3, when he was the top individual in the market. WCAU’s John Clark jumped from 10th among individuals in Q3 to 3rd in Q4, thanks mostly to his big month on Twitter. That also helped him grow his total social Audience by +32.1% from quarter to quarter. WPVI’s Jamie Apody was among the top three individuals on Facebook, top five on Twitter, and top 10 on Instagram on her way to generating more than 401,000 Engagements in the quarter. WPVI’s Cecily Tynan was the fifth and final individual in the market to have a SHARE score greater than 2.0, and her best platform was Facebook. Her average Facebook post generated 1,150 Engagements.

DMA #5 – Dallas/Fort Worth

The overall station rankings in Dallas-Fort Worth remained the same from the third quarter to the fourth, but the race for first became much more competitive after a recent addition to the market made a massive impact. WFAA traffic reporter Demetria Obilor joined the station in October and shortly after that, her response to a viewer who body shamed her went viral and that led to huge spikes in her numbers. Overall, however, Engagement was down significantly in the DFW market with four out of the six stations Share Rocket tracks in the market seeing month-to-month drops of -18% or more. The top two stations in the market had overall SHARE scores of 35.0 or higher, so only one other station in DFW had a double-digit SHARE.

KDFW remained the No. 1 station on social media in Dallas with a 37.7 overall SHARE and generated nearly 7.25 million Engagements as a group in the fourth quarter. The station was first on Facebook, and second on both Instagram and Twitter. On Facebook, KDFW had a 43.3 SHARE as a group, which was a +3.1% increase from the previous quarter. The main KDFW Facebook Page accounted for 36.9 (or about 85%) of that SHARE by itself. It is the largest Facebook Page in the market with nearly 1.3 million followers and it averaged more than 2,650 Engagements per post. KDFW also had the top two individuals in the market on Facebook in anchor Lauren Przybyl and anchor/reporter Jenny Anchondo. Combined, the pair generated nearly 370,000 Engagements on Facebook alone. On Twitter, the station’s top account belonged to reporter Allison Harris. She generated more than 120,000 Engagements on the platform (a +405% increase from Q3) and had a 6.34 SHARE on her own, which was larger than every main station Twitter account in the market. KDFW had a 15.4 SHARE as a group on Instagram, led by the main station account which generated about 134,000 Engagements in the quarter (a +9.4% improvement from the previous quarter). Przybyl and Anchondo were also among the top four individuals in market on that platform, adding another 142,000+ combined Engagements there.

WFAA was second in the market with a 35.7 overall SHARE, which was a +34.2% increase over the previous quarter and came largely thanks to the impact of Demetria Obilor. The station was first in the market on Twitter and Instagram, and second on Facebook. Not coincidentally, Obilor had the top account in the market on both Twitter and Instagram. In all, Obilor generated about 2.35 million Engagements on social media in the quarter, with about 1.6 million of those coming from Instagram, 560,000 coming from Twitter, and 154,000 coming from Facebook. On Facebook, the station had a 27.0 SHARE as a group, which was a +5.7% increase from Q3. On Twitter, WFAA had a 53.4 SHARE as a group (which was a +59.9% increase from the previous quarter. Obilor had a 29.5 SHARE by herself on Twitter, while no other account in the market had a SHARE above 6.5. On Instagram, WFAA moved from second to first and had a 74.8 SHARE as a group (which was a +147% increase from Q3). On Insta, Obilor had a 64.13 SHARE by herself and her 35 posts in the quarter averaged more than 45,000 Engagements apiece. Obilor has about 260,000 more followers than the next-largest Instagram account in the market, so she will likely be at or near the top of the DFW market’s Insta rankings for the foreseeable future.

KXAS finished third in the market with a 14.1 overall SHARE after generating nearly 2.5 million Engagements as a group in Q4. The station was third in the market on both Facebook and Twitter. KXAS’s strongest platform was Twitter, where the station had a 15.8 SHARE as a group. The station’s strongest individual on Twitter was sports anchor/reporter Pat Doney, who generated more than 44,000 Engagements. Anchor Meredith Land also had a good quarter on the platform, generating nearly 44,000 Engagements herself which helped to increase her SHARE by +360% compared to the previous quarter. Land was also KXAS’s best performer on Instagram, where she averaged nearly 600 Engagements per post.

KTVT was fourth in the market with a 6.22 overall SHARE. The station’s strongest platform was Facebook, where it had a 6.88 SHARE as a group and about 92% of that came from the main station Facebook Page.

WFAA’s Demetria Obilor was the top individual in the market by a wide margin in his first quarter in the area with a 11.79 overall SHARE. She was first among individuals on Twitter and Instagram, and fourth on Facebook. She single-handedly generated more than 35% of WFAA’s total Engagement as a group in the quarter. KDFW’s Lauren Przybyl was second among individuals after generating nearly 280,000 Engagements in Q4. She was first among individuals on Facebook and second on Instagram. The 87,000+ Engagements she racked up on Instagram was a +11.3% improvement over Q3. KDFW’s Jenny Anchondo had a very good fourth quarter compared to the third (when she finished fourth among individuals), increasing her total Engagement by +9.3% which helped her increase her overall SHARE by +24.3%. Reyna Cavazos, a weather and traffic anchor for the market’s Univision affiliate, was fourth among individuals in the quarter after generating nearly 225,000 total Engagements (a +76.4% increase from Q3). She was third among individuals on both Facebook and Instagram. WFAA meteorologist Pete Delkus finished out the top five on the strength of his Facebook and Twitter, where he was among the top five individuals in the market. He generated more than 188,000 Engagements and increased his overall SHARE by +12.4% in the quarter.

[Note: Our calculation the rankings in Dallas-Fort Worth is based on data from Oct. 5, 2017, to Jan. 5, 2018, because the top individual in the market during that time, Demetria Obilor, was added to WFAA on Share Rocket on 10/5. If an individual is not present for the full quarter the data is pulled for, their individual stats do not appear in our rankings, but in this case, Obilor had such a large effect on the rest of the market we felt it was important she be included to provide an accurate portrayal of the quarter.]

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