: Short-selling firm says it’s covered its bet against AMC
A short-selling research firm says it’s covered its bet against cinema chain AMC Entertainment at a profit.
Iceberg Research, in a tweet, said it’s covered its short against AMC
after the stock fell 30% during its holding. Iceberg had first announced its short against AMC in July.
The firm didn’t disclose the size of their position.
Iceberg said it might make another bet against AMC.
AMC shares have skyrocketed 1,657% this year, as retail investors — including those on the Reddit Wall Street Bets message board — have flocked to the stock. The shares have dropped 47% from their June highs, however.
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