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NYSE:NYT

New York Times Short Interest Ratio and Short Volume

$42.24
+0.71 (+1.71 %)
(As of 09/28/2020 12:00 AM ET)
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Today's Range
$41.28
Now: $42.24
$42.32
50-Day Range
$41.45
MA: $43.50
$46.48
52-Week Range
$26.13
Now: $42.24
$47.95
Volume1.50 million shs
Average Volume1.58 million shs
Market Capitalization$7.04 billion
P/E Ratio49.69
Dividend Yield0.58%
Beta0.83

Short Interest

New York Times (NYSE:NYT) Short Interest Data

Current Short Volume:23,900,000 shares
Previous Short Volume:22,510,000 shares
Change Vs. Previous Month:+6.18%
Dollar Volume Sold Short:$992.57 million
Short Interest Ratio / Days to Cover:18.0
Last Record Date:September, 15 2020
Outstanding Shares:165,200,000 shares
Float Size:142,480,000 shares
Short Percent of Float:16.77%
Today's Trading Volume:1,495,469 shares
Average Trading Volume:1,582,922 shares
Today's Volume Vs. Average:-5.52%



New York Times (NYSE:NYT) Short Interest History

DateShares Sold ShortDollar Volume Sold ShortPercentage ChangePercentage FloatDays to CoverPrice on Record Date
9/15/202023,900,000 $992.57 million 6.2%16.8%17.6$41.53
8/31/202022,510,000 $980.54 million 2.6%15.8%16.9$43.56
8/14/202021,950,000 $959.65 million -1.3%15.4%15.9$43.72
7/31/202022,240,000 $985.23 million 1.4%15.6%14.9$44.30
7/15/202021,940,000 $1.01 billion -5.0%15.4%14$46.14
6/30/202023,100,000 $1.04 billion 2.3%16.3%14.2$45.00
6/15/202022,590,000 $962.56 million 0.0%15.9%13.4$42.61
5/29/202022,600,000 $942.65 million 1.7%15.9%12.6$41.71
5/15/202022,230,000 $872.08 million 6.3%15.6%12$39.23
4/30/202020,920,000 $825.08 million -7.4%14.7%11.8$39.44
4/15/202022,590,000 $815.50 million -2.0%15.9%12.8$36.10
3/31/202023,050,000 $705.33 million -0.5%16.2%13.4$30.60
3/13/202023,158,000 $711.65 million 7.3%16.1%15.2$30.73
2/28/202021,580,000 $630.57 million -0.6%15.5%14.2$29.22
2/14/202021,700,000 $769.70 million -11.9%15.6%14.9$35.47
1/31/202024,620,000 $921.28 million -2.2%19.5%17.8$37.42
1/15/202025,180,000 $973.46 million -3.4%18.1%17.6$38.66
12/31/201926,060,000 $851.64 million 1.8%18.7%18$32.68
8/15/201915,703,500 $462.00 million -2.0%11.1%7.9$29.42

New York Times (NYSE:NYT) Short Interest FAQ

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What is New York Times' current short interest?

Short interest is the volume of New York Times shares that have been sold short but have not yet been closed out or covered. As of September 15th, investors have sold 23,900,000 shares of NYT short. 16.77% of New York Times' shares are currently sold short. View details.

What is a good short interest ratio for New York Times?

The short interest ratio, also known as the "days to cover ratio", is calculated by dividing the number of shares of a stock sold short divided by its average trading volume. A short interest ratio ranging between 1 and 4 generally indicates strong positive sentiment about a stock and a lack of short sellers. A short interest ratio of 10 or greater indicates strong pessimism about a stock. New York Times currently has a short interest ratio of 18.0.

What is a good short interest percentage for New York Times?

Companies that have a short interest as a percentage of float below 10% indicates positive investor sentiment and few short sellers. Stocks with a short interest percentage above 10% is considered high, suggesting some investors are pessimistic about the stock. Companies with a short interest percentage of 20% or more indicates widespread negative sentiment. 16.77% of New York Times' floating shares are currently sold short.

Is New York Times' short interest increasing or decreasing?

New York Times saw a increase in short interest in September. As of September 15th, there was short interest totaling 23,900,000 shares, an increase of 6.2% from the previous total of 22,510,000 shares. Changes in short volume can be used to identify positive and negative investor sentiment. Investors that short sell a stock are betting that its price will decline in the future. An increase in short sale volume suggests bearish (negative) sentiment among investors. A decrease on short sale volume suggests bullish (positive) sentiment.

What is New York Times' float size?

New York Times currently has issued a total of 166,755,000 shares. Some of New York Times' outstanding shares are available for trading, while others are subject to various restrictions. The public float, also referred to as floating shares or "the float", are shares that publicly owned, unrestricted and available to trade on the open market. New York Times currently has a public float of 142,480,000 shares.

How does New York Times' short interest compare to its competitors?

16.77% of New York Times' shares are currently sold short. Here is how the short interest of companies in the sector of "consumer staples" compare to New York Times: Clorox Co (10.94%), Hormel Foods Corp (9.13%), PADDY PWR BETFA/ADR (0.00%), Archer Daniels Midland Co (1.84%), MCCORMICK & CO /SH NV (0.00%), WOLTERS KLUWER/ADR (0.00%), Church & Dwight Co., Inc. (0.00%), Shiseido Co. LTD. (0.00%), Chewy Inc (0.00%), and KERRY GRP PLC/S (0.00%).

Which stocks are the most shorted right now?

As of the most recent reporting period, the following stocks had the largest short interest positions: Charter Communications Inc ($5.17 billion), Aon PLC ($3.57 billion), ViacomCBS Inc. ($3.01 billion), Clorox Co ($2.91 billion), Charles Schwab Co. ($2.80 billion), Mercadolibre Inc ($2.33 billion), Analog Devices, Inc. ($2.14 billion), Kroger Co ($1.99 billion), Moderna Inc ($1.96 billion), and Simon Property Group Inc ($1.80 billion). View all of the most shorted stocks.

What does it mean to sell short New York Times stock?

Short selling NYT is an investing strategy that aims to generate trading profit from New York Times as its price is falling. New York Times' stock is trading up $0.71 today. To short New York Times stock, an investor borrows shares, sells them and buys the shares back on the public market later to return it to the lender. Short sellers are betting that New York Times will decline in price. If the stock does drop after selling, the short seller buys it back at a lower price and returns it to the lender. The difference between the sell price and the buy price is the trader's profit.

How does a short squeeze work against New York Times?

A short squeeze for New York Times occurs when it has a large amount of short interest and its stock increases in price. This forces short sellers to cover their short interest positions by buying actual shares of NYT, which in turn drives the price of the stock up even further.

How often is New York Times' short interest reported?

Short interest is typically published by a stock exchange once per month. However, NASDAQ publishes a report for U.S. stocks, including NYT, twice per month. The most recent reporting period available is September, 15 2020.


This page was last updated on 9/28/2020 by MarketBeat.com Staff

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