There was a discernible increase in the number of short positions taken in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III throughout November (NYSE: PRPC). As of the 30th of November, there were 12,500 shares available for a short sale, representing a 26.3% increase over the short position from the previous day, which was 9,900 shares. Short sales account for approximately 0.00% of the total number of shares issued by the company. At the time of this writing, the days-to-cover ratio is currently at 0.1 days based on an average daily trading volume of 199,300 shares. This ratio is calculated based on the volume of trading that occurs each day.
The price of a share of CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III decreased by $0.01 during the regular trading session on Wednesday, bringing the price to $10.07. The typical number of traded shares is 139,423; however, only 2,152 of the company’s shares were traded, which is significantly lower than the average. Over the previous 52 weeks, the price of CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III has ranged from a low of $9.72 to a high of $10.08. According to the simple moving average calculated over the past 200 days, the stock’s current price is $9.93, while the 50-day simple moving average places it at $10.01.
A few hedge funds have made recent adjustments to the percentage of their holdings invested in the company, either increasing the percentage or decreasing it. The Royal Bank of Canada increased the proportion of CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III, owned by 2.5 percent during the third quarter. Royal Bank of Canada now has a total of 52,696 shares of the company’s stock, which are currently valued at $523,000 following the acquisition of an additional 1,310 shares during the period in question. During the third quarter, Wolverine Asset Management LLC made a new investment in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III for $205,000. This investment was made in the fund. Mizuho Markets Americas LLC spent approximately $13,084,000 during the third quarter to acquire a new position in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III. This purchase was made to expand the company’s holdings in the company. Woodline Partners LP increased its total position in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III during the second quarter by purchasing additional shares. This brought the total value of its holdings in the company to approximately $2,952,000. Lastly, during the second quarter, the Bank of Montreal Can increase its holdings in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III by purchasing additional shares at a value of approximately $4,925,000. This move brought the total value of Bank of Montreal Can’s investment in CC Neuberger Principal Holdings III to approximately $4,925,000. The company’s total share capital is currently held by institutional investors and hedge funds, which account for 67.28 percent of the total.
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