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  • In the exchanges' latest twice-a-month statistics, this time for the period ended Jan. 31, the number of short-selling positions at the NYSE not yet closed out, known as short interest, decreased 5.88%.

    Short-Selling Fell In 2nd Half of January

  • Rules PARIS — France will introduce new rules on net short positions of stocks from Feb. 1 to comply with future European regulations on short-selling, the country's market regulator said.

    France to Introduce New Short-Selling

  • France will introduce new rules on net short positions of stocks starting February 1 to comply with future European regulations on short-selling, the country's market regulator said.

    World Watch

  • For the period ended Jan. 14, the number of short-selling positions at the Nasdaq Stock Market not yet closed out, known as short interest, rose 0.6746%.

    Bearish Bets Rise on Nasdaq

  • It isn't suitable for short-selling because its focus is on generating stable income.

    Hui Xian Falls Sharply on Debut

  • The ratio, computed each business day, looks at the value of stock on loan, a proxy for short-selling activity which stands at $305 billion.

    Bearish Stock Bets on the Climb

  • In the first half of March, short-selling levels fell to 12.5 billion shares, or 0.58%, at the New York Stock Exchange and rose to 6.6 billion shares, or 0.87%, at the Nasdaq Stock Market.

    Bearish Stock Bets on the Climb

  • In the exchanges' latest twice-a-month statistics, for the period ended March 31, the number of short-selling positions at the NYSE not yet closed out, known as short interest, increased 0.85%.

    Bearish Stock Bets on the Climb

  • In the exchanges' latest twice-a-month statistics, for the period ended July 15, the number of short-selling positions at the NYSE not yet closed out, known as short interest, decreased 0.13%.

    Short Selling Edges Down

  • Fairfax filed the case in 2006, alleging that a group of hedge funds had worked together to spread false information about the insurer that would enable them to profit from short-selling in Fairfax shares.

    SAC Capital, Cohen Cleared in Short-Selling Conspiracy Case

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