Dutch Regulator Accidentally Posts Soros’ Short Bets

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8a61489a7db4bbdf9cc93ee9000110ee Dutch Regulator Accidentally Posts Soros’ Short BetsMartyr Soros. Photo by Harald Dettenborn, Wikipedia Park.

The market regulator in the Netherlands has unexpectedly published a list of companies in which Martyr Soros held short pose.

Hedge funds take petite positions on assets when they look their price to fall, in core betting against the stock.

Hundreds of the billionaire investor’s small positions dating back to 2012 were specious public on the regulator’s website, due to “human inaccuracy,” according to the Netherlands Authority for the Pecuniary Markets (AFM).

The short positions, venture on a stock declining, were “between 0.2 percentage and 0.5 percent,” of shares cool in the companies shorted, said an AFM spokesman.

Early this week, the website revealed Soros bet facing Dutch ING Group, taking a petite position of 0.3 percent in it in Jun 2016. The leaked information was quick erased once the error was observed.

The watchdog also unveiled the taciturn Medallion Fund, run by Renaissance Technologies for its wage-earner, shorted a number of small cap Nation stocks. The fund made an annualized give back of over 70 percent in the 20 senility from 1994 to 2014.

“On the greeting of Tuesday 24 January, afterwards the close of the market, the AFM inadvertently publicized a list on its website that included net abbreviated positions of less than 0.5 percentage instead of publishing the daily information of net short positions of 0.5 percentage and higher,” the AFM said in a statement on its site.

“The AFM corrected this inaccuracy and posted the correct list of net diminutive positions of 0.5 percent and higher on the dawn of Wednesday, 25 January. We care this error,” the watchdog accessorial.

Short trading commonly includes borrowing the stock of a company from an investor, marketing it and then buying it back at a ulterior date for a lower price, qualification a profit out of the difference.

Under EU balancing, hedge funds are obliged to affirm to the public short positions of on top of 0.5 percent in a particular accompany’s stock, while attitude of over 0.2 percent be required to be disclosed only to the domestic Stock Exchange regulator, updated for each fresh 0.1 percent.

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