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Most Bought by Hedge Funds

Most Bought by Hedge Funds

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Follow this list to discover and track the stocks that were bought the most by hedge funds in the last quarter.

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15 symbols

SymbolCompany nameLast priceChange% changeMarket timeVolumeAvg vol (3-month)Market cap
XOMExxon Mobil Corporation47.89-2.42-4.81%16:00 GMT-541.59M31.90M202.49B
BAThe Boeing Company204.32-5.59-2.66%16:00 GMT-510.63M19.83M115.34B
BDXBecton, Dickinson and Company261.74+3.97+1.54%16:00 GMT-51.20M1.40M76.13B
CARRCarrier Global Corporation40.38-0.42-1.03%16:00 GMT-53.65M5.45M35.00B
OTISOtis Worldwide Corporation65.53+0.59+0.91%16:00 GMT-51.80M1.91M28.39B
QSQuantumScape Corporation53.99-1.96-3.50%16:00 GMT-58.97M13.86M19.65B
GPCGenuine Parts Company102.15-2.80-2.67%16:00 GMT-5971.93k792.66k14.74B
IVZInvesco Ltd.20-0.27-1.33%16:00 GMT-56.90M5.53M9.18B
GTESGates Industrial Corporation plc14.5+0.29+2.04%16:00 GMT-5307.60k177.38k4.22B
RCReady Capital Corporation11.64-0.17-1.44%16:00 GMT-5291.84k377.86k633.99M
SIGASIGA Technologies, Inc.7.27-0.13-1.76%16:00 GMT-5142.33k207.55k562.69M
JIHJuniper Industrial Holdings, Inc.12.04+0.01+0.08%16:00 GMT-51.76M520.53k519.22M
BNFTBenefitfocus, Inc.13.99--16:00 GMT-5158.26k274.51k450.50M
BWENBroadwind Energy, Inc.8.3+0.23+2.85%16:00 GMT-5546.42k594.46k140.58M
  • Oil Near $52 With Virus Still Surging and Dollar Strengthening

    Oil Near $52 With Virus Still Surging and Dollar Strengthening

    (Bloomberg) -- Oil futures edged lower as the dollar rose, while physical crude prices in Asia continued to weaken.Premiums for Russia’s ESPO crude, a favorite of refiners in Asia, have fallen by more than $1 since last month, according to traders who asked not to be identified. A flurry of new Covid cases in China and flare-ups in other major regional consumers like Japan are menacing demand and threatening a recent rally in futures. India also got off to a shaky start to the year, with sales of transport and cooking fuels dropping.While a second daily rise in the dollar forced oil lower on Monday, other data helped prevent a steeper decline. Chinese refiners processed record volumes of crude in December -- about 14 million barrels a day -- in a sign of just how strongly consumption in the world’s largest crude importer had rebounded into the end of last year. With OPEC+ output cuts and the rollout of Covid vaccines, that had helped push prices to a 10-month high at the start of 2021.“The virus will be beaten, and the foundation of economic recovery was laid down in the second half of last year,” said Tamas Varga, an analyst at PVM Oil Associates Ltd. As a result, the pullback in prices “might prove to be short-lived,” he said.Libya’s oil output, meanwhile, has dropped by about 200,000 barrels a day because of a leaking pipeline. The decline underscores how difficult it is for the country to maintain production after almost a decade of civil war.See also, President Biden Won’t Unlock a Wave of Iranian Crude: Julian LeeVolumes of crude stored at sea are also continuing to fall as the market rebalances. Floating storage slipped to 80 million barrels last week, according to Vortexa Ltd, the lowest since April.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.

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    LAWSUIT FILED: QuantumScape Corp. Sued for Violations of the Federal Securities Laws; Investors Should Contact Block & Leviton LLP

    BOSTON, Jan. 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- On January 4, 2021, an article was published on SeekingAlpha flagging several risks associated with QuantumScape Corporation’s (NYSE: QS) solid-state batteries that make them “completely unacceptable for real world field electric vehicles.” Specifically, the article provided that the batteries’ power mean they “will only last for 260 cycles or about 75,000 miles of aggressive driving.” Because solid-state batteries are temperature-sensitive, “the power and cycle tests at 30 and 45 degrees above would have been significantly worse if run even a few degrees lower.” The market was stunned by this news, and the stock price fell $34.49 per share, to close at just $49.96. This represents a one-day drop of approximately 41%, representing billions of dollars in lost market capitalization. Lawsuits have been filed against QuantumScape and certain of its executives in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The lawsuits are captioned Marliat v. QuantumScape Corp., et al., No. 3:21-cv-00058 (N.D. Cal.), and Gowda v. QuantumScape Corp., et al., No. 3:21:cv-00070 (N.D. Cal.). The suits allege that after QuantumScape went public via a business combination in late 2020, QuantumScape misled investors as to the purported success of its solid-state battery power, battery life, and energy density. The lawsuit further alleges that QuantumScape misled investors as to its ability to scale its technology to the multi-layer cell necessary to power electric vehicles. If you purchased or acquired shares of QuantumScape between November 27, 2020 and December 31, 2020 and lost money, you are strongly encouraged to contact the nationally-recognized securities law firm Block & Leviton LLP ( at (617) 398-5600, via email at, or at The deadline to move the Court to be appointed lead plaintiff is March 8, 2021. Block & Leviton LLP is a firm dedicated to representing investors and maintaining the integrity of the country’s financial markets. The firm represents many of the nation’s largest institutional investors as well as individual investors in securities litigation throughout the United States. The firm’s lawyers have recovered billions of dollars for its clients. This notice may constitute attorney advertising. CONTACT:BLOCK & LEVITON LLP260 Franklin St., Suite 1860Boston, MA 02110Phone: (617) 398-5600Email: cases@blockleviton.comSOURCE: Block & Leviton