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Short Selling At Lowest Level Since Collapse Of Lehman

Short sellers are on the run, with the practice of betting against the stock market at its lowest level since before the financial crisis, according to a study published in the Financial Times.


Decline in short selling due to hedge funds
The decline in short selling, primarily due to

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