Days-to-cover-ratio for France

# Name Days-to-cover Avg. volume 20 days Stocks short % short
1.Voltalia SA30.118,687561,9110.59%
2.Société BIC SA23.635,421834,7001.86%
3.Casino Guichard-Perrachon Société Anonyme22.4219,5914,911,3154.55%
4.Neoen S.A18.6124,7902,318,8192.17%
5.McPhy Energy S.A14.5158,7572,295,7638.24%
6.Eutelsat Communications S.A14.1461,3536,492,0912.82%
7.Klépierre SA14.0771,71110,795,7853.85%
8.Eurofins Scientific SE11.6348,5954,056,1752.12%
9.Air France-KLM SA9.44,527,70142,718,9706.66%
10.Rexel S.A9.0540,1004,880,6721.60%
11.Suez SA8.7659,4345,752,3680.90%
12.Rémy Cointreau SA7.369,499505,8401.02%
13.Orpea SA6.9111,515775,0221.20%
14.Télévision Française 1 Société anonyme6.0181,1331,094,5270.52%
15.SRP Groupe S.A5.8331,3961,919,6671.62%
16.Alstom SA5.21,833,4229,444,5662.53%
17.Eiffage SA5.2287,7021,491,3881.54%
18.SCOR SE5.2641,7173,322,0081.80%
19.SES S.A4.6741,9073,396,2240.61%
20.Faurecia S.E4.5585,1882,654,5551.97%
21.Accor SA4.3612,0782,644,5741.01%
22.Soitec S.A4.248,465201,4370.60%
23.SEB SA4.167,394275,6750.50%
24.Atos SE3.9964,8633,746,9423.41%
26.Publicis Groupe S.A3.1457,1271,430,7510.57%
27.Solutions 30 SE3.01,961,6135,813,1415.43%
28.TechnipFMC plc2.55,788,16014,422,4003.20%
29.Ubisoft Entertainment SA2.4377,280916,3800.75%
30.Renault SA2.3955,8112,234,3400.77%
31.Valeo SA2.2920,2602,022,8960.84%
32.Lagardère SCA1.9400,193756,2860.54%
33.GenSight Biologics S.A1.8188,315339,9670.74%
34.AB Science S.A1.6151,577238,6250.52%
35.Valneva SE0.83,413,9532,647,1272.65%
36.ERYTECH Pharma S.A0.5281,550141,4050.51%
37.Vallourec S.A0.0935,84901.85%

About days-to-cover-ratio

The days-to-cover-ratio (also called short interest ratio) represents the number of days it takes short sellers on average to cover their positions, that is repurchase all of the borrowed shares. It is calculated by dividing the number of shares sold short by the average daily trading volume, generally over the last 20 trading days. The ratio is used by both fundamental and technical traders to identify trends.

The days-to-cover ratio can also be calculated for an entire exchange to determine the sentiment of the market as a whole. If an exchange has a high days-to-cover ratio of around five or greater, this can be taken as a bearish signal, and vice versa.

Short squeeze (a.k.a. Bear Squeeze)

A short squeeze can occur if the price of stock with a high short interest begins to have increased demand and a strong upward trend. To cut their losses, short sellers may add to demand by buying shares to cover short positions, causing the share price to further escalate temporarily. Short squeezes are more likely to occur in stocks with small market capitalization and a small public float.

Source: Wikipedia

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