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The more than 25 million Facebook shares sold short as of the most recent settlement date were over 9% more than the figure two weeks earlier, as well as the greatest level of short interest since...
The more than 4 million Amazon shares short as of the most recent settlement date were almost 14% more than the figure two weeks earlier, as well as the greatest number in almost a year.
Analysts recommended buying the following eight top tech stocks last week, including Microsoft, Oracle and Twitter.
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The nearly 3.80 million Amazon shares short as of the most recent settlement date were over 12% more than the figure on the previous settlement date, as well as the greatest number since last July.
The almost 23 million Facebook shares short as of the most recent settlement date were down more than 15% from a year ago.
Analysts recommended buying shares of the following eight top tech stocks last week, though a few of these seem like contrarian calls.
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The 3.3 million Amazon shares short at the end of January were less than 6% more than the figure on the previous settlement date but the greatest number since last July.
Short interest in Facebook rose by more than 3 million shares in the most recent period, from a 52-week low on the prior settlement date.
Semiconductor short sellers appeared to favor Advanced Micro Devices and Nvidia in the most recent reporting period.
As of the most recently reported period, short sellers favored Apple and Intel above all other Dow stocks, with Microsoft in a somewhat distant third place.
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As of the most recently reported period, short sellers favored Apple and Intel above all other Dow stocks, due to a shakeup in the index and a stock split.
As of the most recently reported period, short sellers favored Pfizer, Exxon and Intel above all other Dow Jones industrial stocks, although two of them soon will be dropped from the index.