The short sellers of the hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC are sharply reducing their exposure to the shares of the Aachen-based manufacturer of LED production systems AIXTRON SE (ISIN: DE000A0WMPJ6, WKN: A0WMPJ, ticker symbol: AIXA, Nasdaq OTC symbol: AIXXF).
The financial professionals of the hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC, founded by Kenneth C. Griffin and based in Chicago, Illinois, USA, reduced their short position in AIXTRON SE shares from 0.68% to 0.59% on January 10, 2023.
The short sellers of the hedge funds currently hold the following net short positions in AIXTRON SE shares:
1,55% Pennant Windward Master Fund LP (29.10.2012)
0,59% Citadel Advisors LLC (10.01.2023)
0,57% Barrington Wilshire LLC (12.08.2013)
This means that the net short positions of the hedge fund short sellers currently add up to at least 2.71% of AIXTRON shares. Rates below 0.50% are not considered in our reporting as not subject to publication.
Stock exchanges AIXTRON share:
Tradegate share price AIXTRON share:
28,99 EUR +2,15% (11.01.2023, 16:49)
XETRA share price AIXTRON share:
28,95 EUR +2,55% (11.01.2023, 16:33)
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Course profile AIXTRON SE:
AIXTRON SE (ISIN: DE000A0WMPJ6, WKN: A0WMPJ, ticker symbol: AIXA, NASDAQ OTC symbol: AIXXF) is a leading provider of deposition systems for the semiconductor industry. The company was founded in 1983 and is based in Herzogenrath (Aachen region) as well as branches and representative offices in Asia, the USA and Europe. The company’s products are used by a wide range of customers worldwide to manufacture high-performance components for electronic and opto-electronic applications based on compound, silicon or organic semiconductor materials. These devices are used in a variety of innovative applications, technologies and industries. These include, for example, LED and display technology, data storage and transmission, energy management and conversion, communication, signaling and lighting technology, and many other demanding high-tech applications. (01/11/2023/ac/a/t)