Largest Short Positions on 6/15/2019

Shares that are sold "short" are borrowed then sold with the hopes that the share price will drop before the shares that were borrowed have to be repurchased and returned. A large amount of short interest indicates that some investors believe a stock's price will decline in the near future. "Short" shares can also serve as a hedge for investors that have purchased a large number of shares of a company thinking that the share price will rise over time. Learn more.

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CompanyShares Sold Short (6/15/2019)Dollar Volume
Sold Short
Shares Sold Short (5/15/2019)Change% Change% FloatDays to CoverAvg. Daily Volume
Harris Co. (HRS)12,907,300 $2.47 billion 12,732,500174,800 1.4%11.0%13.8937800
Multi-Color Co. (LABL)2,390,100 $119.41 million 1,446,600943,500 65.2%17.0%13.3179300
4/15/2019  |  4/30/2019  |  5/15/2019  |  5/31/2019  |  6/15/2019  |  6/30/2019

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