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OTCBB:FNPRFirst National Power Corporation
 First National Power Corporation, a development stage company, engages in the creation of a Green Energy Power Generation business model. It intends to provide wind-driven solutions to power generation requirements.
 Market CapDay's VolumeLast TradeChange
 -0$0.0030.0%
 
OTC PK:FMMHFremont Michigan InsuraCorp, Inc. Class A
 Fremont Michigan InsuraCorp, Inc., through its subsidiary Fremont Insurance Company (FMIC), operates as a property and casualty insurance company that provides insurance to farms, small businesses, and individuals in Michigan.
 Market CapDay's VolumeLast TradeChange
 -151$21.40-0.4652%
 
OTC PK:MBAHM.B.A Holdings, Inc.
 M.B.A. Holdings, Inc., through its subsidiary, Mechanical Breakdown Administrators, Inc., engages in the marketing and administration of vehicular mechanical breakdown insurance policies in the United States. It also sells contracts for repair services to vehicles. The company acts as an agent for insurance companies and sells their MBI policies. It provides marketing educational/support services and arranges for subagents to sell the policies.
 Market CapDay's VolumeLast TradeChange
 -0$0.00050.0%
 
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