iShares iBonds Dec 2031 Term Treasury ETF (NASDAQ:IBTL) Short Interest Down 83.0% in May

decline of 31.0% from the April 30th total of 157,600 shares. Based on an average daily volume of 153,300 shares, the short-interest ratio is presently 0.7 days. The iShares iBonds Dec 2031 Term Treasury ETF (NASDAQ:IBTL) saw a 31% decline in short interest last month.

() saw a significant decline in short interest during the month of May. On May 15th there were 108,500 short shares. This is a drop of 83.0% compared to the total of 637 200 shares on April 30th. The days-to-cover is 1.4 days based on an average daily share volume of 78.900.

Institutional Trading of iShares iBonds Term Treasury Dec 2031 ETF

A hedge fund has recently increased its stake in iShares iBonds December 2031 Term Treasury Stock. According to the latest 13F filing by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company increased its share price by 387.9% in the first quarter. The company now owns 101,078 of its stock, after adding 80,361 more shares over the past quarter. On Thursday, the stock fell $0.16 to $20.63. The company's shares were traded at a volume of 22,576 versus its average of 67224. The company's 200-day moving is $20.88 and its 50-day average is $21.13. iShares iBonds December 2031 Term Treasury ETF has a low of $19.76, and a high of $22.62. offers a FREE daily email newsletter