We are tracking $850 billion of Short Interest in the domestic equity market and with the S&P 500 down only -0.02% and the Nasdaq up 0.08% we would expect nominal changes in short interest balances this week. Overall, we saw $6.6 billion in short covering this week as short sellers trimmed their positions slightly ahead of the Fed move.
The U.S. traded stocks with the largest increase in shares shorted (minimum short interest $50 mm):
The U.S. traded stocks with the largest decrease in shares shorted (minimum short interest $50 mm):
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