Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

NASDAQ: HBAN
$14.76
-$0.24 (-1.6%)
Closing price January 15, 2021
Short sellers didn’t make any big moves between the July 15 and July 29 settlement dates, at least when it comes to the most shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq.
As the Brexit fears faded and the markets headed for new all-time highs, short sellers remained focused on their favorite stocks traded on the Nasdaq.
Among the most heavily shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq, the moves between the June 15 and June settlement dates were mostly mixed and modest.
24/7 Wall St. has identified nine analyst stock picks in shares priced under $10 for the week ended June 17 in which analysts see huge upside, if their predictions prove right.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Friday morning include American Electric Power, Mobileye, PayPal, Phillips 66, Smith & Wesson and Viacom.
Among the most heavily shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq, the big mover between the May 13 and May 31 settlement dates was Apple.
Stocks were indicated higher on Thursday, after gains on Tuesday and Wednesday were handy. Oil also crossed back above the $50 barrier again for the first time since October 2015. The notion of...
As the time of “sell in May and go away” arrived, it seems the short sellers were neither strongly for nor against the notion, as least as far as the most heavily shorted stocks traded on the...
The most shorted of Nasdaq stock, Sirius XM, bucked the trend with a sharp increase in the number of its shares short.
The largest decline among the top five most shorted Nasdaq stocks was in the shares of biopharmaceutical company MannKind. Intel’s short interest was essentially the same as at the end of March.
The interest in the five most heavily shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq declined between the March 15 and March 31 settlement dates. Leading that trend was AMD.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations include Alphabet, Apple, Duke Energy, Kellogg, NVIDIA and Wells Fargo.
Interest in the most heavily shorted stocks traded on the Nasdaq rose, for the most part, between the February 29 and March 15 settlement dates. Leading that trend was Intel.
The top analyst upgrades, downgrades and initiations seen on Monday, March 21, include AK Steel, Intel, Symantec, Tesla, US Steel and Valeant Pharmaceuticals.
While the insider buying wasn’t as prolific as what we saw when the market was getting pummeled in January and February, it remains consistent.