TeamViewer: Citadel Advisors short seller withdrawal is gaining momentum – Aktiennews (

Göppingen ( – Citadel Advisors LLC, short seller, drastically reduces the net short position in shares of TeamViewer AG:

The withdrawal of hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC from its involvement in the shares of software company TeamViewer AG (ISIN: DE000A2YN900, WKN: A2YN90, ticker symbol: TMV) is gaining momentum.

Financial professionals at hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC, founded by Kenneth C. Griffin and headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, USA, reduced their net short position in TeamViewer AG shares from 0.78% to 0.69% on October 13, 2022.

Currently, hedge fund short sellers hold the following net short positions in TeamViewer AG shares:

0.97% Point72 Europe (London) LLP (12.10.2022)
0.71% BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited (27.09.2022)
0.69% Citadel Advisors LLC (13.10.2022)
0.60% AHL Partners LLP (21.09.2022)

Overall, short sellers of major hedge funds currently hold at least 2.97% net short positions in TeamViewer shares. Rates below 0.50% are not considered in our reports as not subject to publication.

TeamViewer listed exchanges:

Price of Traded Shares TeamViewer Shares:
8.47 EUR + 1.85% (17.10.2022, 11:22)

Quotation Xetra Quota TeamViewer:
8,446 EUR + 0.76% (17.10.2022, 11:08)

Share ISIN TeamViewer:

WKN TeamViewer-Action:

Ticker symbol TeamViewer sharing:

Brief profile of TeamViewer AG:

Since its founding in 2005, TeamViewer (ISIN: DE000A2YN900, WKN: A2YN90, ticker symbol: TMV) has focused on cloud-based technologies that enable users to collaborate online and provide remote support around the world. To thrive in the future, both businesses and individuals need remote support and access to solutions from their workplace and the ability to connect with each other globally for online collaboration. Here, TeamViewer is at the forefront of innovation work. (17.10.2022 / ac / a / t)

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