Short sellers of hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC are reducing their exposure to shares in fashion group HUGO BOSS AG (ISIN: DE000A1PHFF7, WKN: A1PHFF, ticker symbol: BOSS, NASDAQ OTC symbol: HUGSF).
The financial professionals at hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC, founded by Kenneth C. Griffin and based in Chicago, Illinois, USA, reduced their net short position from 0.75% to 0.68% in HUGO BOSS stock on 5 January 2023.
Hedge fund short sellers currently hold the following net short positions in HUGO BOSS shares:
1.19% Citadel Advisors Europe Limited (04.01.2023)
0.72% Tybourne Equity Master Fund (13.03.2020)
0.68% Citadel Advisors LLC (05.01.2023)
This means that the net short positions of hedge fund short sellers currently amount to at least 2.59% of HUGO BOSS shares. Rates below 0.50% are not considered in our reporting as not subject to publication.
HUGO BOSS stock exchanges:
Tradegate Share Price HUGO BOSS Share:
58.96 EUR -0.37% (09.01.2023, 10:13)
XETRA share price HUGO BOSS share:
59.00 EUR -0.10% (09.01.2023, 10:04)
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The HUGO BOSS Group (ISIN: DE000A1PHFF7, WKN: A1PHFF, ticker symbol: BOSS, NASDAQ OTC symbol: HUGSF) is one of the world leaders in the premium and luxury segment of the apparel market. The Metzingen group is one of the most profitable clothing manufacturers in the world.
As one of the leading international fashion groups, HUGO BOSS AG offers leisure and business fashion for men and women. Under the umbrella of the main brand are the two lines BOSS and HUGO, with the latter representing an individual and more captivating style. In addition to the core areas of business looks, leisure fashion, ready-to-wear, sportswear and accessories, non-textile products such as eyewear, watches, perfumes, shoes and leather goods are also available. These products and accessories are not part of the core competence of HUGO BOSS and are therefore assigned to selected partner companies in the form of a licensing partnership. HUGO BOSS brands have a global presence. The sales strategy is based on two fundamental elements, distribution through the so-called single-brand stores and high-end specialist retailers.
With the rapid changes observed in society, understanding the “digital first” has proven to be one of the most important pillars of corporate strategy. We notice more and more the changed behavior of consumers, which is gradually establishing itself as a constant: more online purchases.
To date, customers in 15 major international markets such as Germany, USA, Great Britain, France and China www.hugoboss.com Browse the full range of BOSS and HUGO brands and order from the comfort of your home. An additional 32 markets are now active, including Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, Poland and Portugal, Canada and Mexico. HUGO BOSS is now represented with its online shop in a total of 47 countries. (09.01.2023/ac/a/d)