BHS (BH Securities a.s.)
World markets  |  10.4.2013 15:04:58

The volume of short positions decreased time for INTC and RIMM but new highs


According to statistics released by Night volume short positions in the second half of March, the Nasdaq and NYSE Group declined.

Compared to mid-March on the Nasdaq during the reporting period, 14-day volume decreased by 113.8 million shares to 7.533 billion shares short. The so-called. short ratio, taking into account the average daily trading volume on the market in relation to the volume of short shares fell from 4.27 to 4.37 on the day.

On the podium, this time on the Nasdaq order changed. Still leads Sirius XM Radio (SIRI) dropped to 389.8 million shares (-10 million), followed by Intel (INTC) to increase to 238.8 million short shares (+4.9 million) and Frontier Comm . (FTR) dropped to 222.4 million (-6.7 million). For Intel this is another new all-time highs volume of short positions. In relation to free float volume exceeded the 5% threshold. Increase in the number of shares short at Intel was also in the period of the highest. Overcome it only by Windstream (WIN) with +7.2 million shares and Facebook (FB), where the volume of short increased by +6.75 million to 39 million shares. In terms of the aforementioned free float is still worse off Research In Motion, respectively. already planned BlackBerry (BBRY) with a 35.3% share.The titles in the list again occupied the fourth place, the volume of short positions is increased further, although this time the faint less than 700 thousand. shares. Yet a new record 155.7 million shares short. Reference can also be "taking" Dell, where the terms Shorts still volatile live. While in the first half of March was up by 9.5 million shares to 38.5 million short positions, the second half of the month over 8.9 million decrease vice versa.

Regarding CME or KITD was again only to insignificant changes. The CETV is the volume of short positions increased by 32 thousand. shares to 4.89 million shares. For KITD decreased by 182 thousand. to 2.17 million shares. Yet this is the title of a new 33měsíční minimum.

The NYSE Group, the volume of short positions decreased by approximately 395.6 million shares to 13.229 billion shares. In terms of the largest volume of short shares on the NYSE, the order of the podium also changed. U still "winning" shares of Nokia (NOK), however, there was a relatively sharp decline to 298.7 million shares short (-27.9 million), Bank of America (BAC), a slight increase on the 155.7 million shares (+1 million) and Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) to drop to 95.7 million (-6 million). Mention can change the positions at Alcoa (AA), which on Monday drove another earnings season. The title thus actually send reports of short positions for the 14-day reporting period rose by 3.6 million to 72.7 million, which was the highest volume since mid-January.

In terms of the largest increases in short positions on the NYSE can mention the well-known companies Petroleo Brasileiro, respectively. Petrobras (PBR), where the volume increased by +7.1 million to 19.8 million shares. The title is a more than 2-year maximum short positions.

J.Zendulka

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