NEW YORK, June 9 (Reuters) - Short interest on the major exchanges ticked up in late May, suggesting bears became bolder as U.S. markets closed out their worst month in over a year. Below are the five NYSE stocks that experienced the largest increases and decreases in their short positions from mid-May to late May, according to information released by the exchange. The five companies with the largest overall short positions are also listed. The latest date is as of May 28, while the ...
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