TUI: Citadel Advisors short exposure raised moderately – Aktiennews (

Hannover ( – Short seller Citadel Advisors LLC slightly increases net short position in TUI shares:

The short sellers of the hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC are increasing their exposure to the shares of the travel provider Europa TUI AG (ISIN: DE000TUAG000, WKN: TUAG00, ticker symbol: TUI1, Nasdaq OTC symbol: TUIFF).

The financial professionals of the hedge fund Citadel Advisors LLC, founded by Kenneth C. Griffin and based in Chicago, Illinois, USA, increased their net short position from 0.69% to 0.71% in TUI shares on September 15, 2022.

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

1,00% BlackRock Investment Management (UK) Limited (05.08.2022)
1,02% Gladstone Capital Management LLP (24.08.2022)
0,72% AQR Capital Management, LLC (31.05.2019)
0,71% Citadel Advisors LLC (15.09.2022)
0,59% Marshall Wace LLP (06.09.2022)
0,50% Park West Asset Management LLC (26.08.2022)

Overall, the short sellers of the large hedge funds currently hold net short positions of at least 4.54% of TUI AG shares. Rates below 0.50% are not considered in our reporting as not subject to publication.

Stock exchanges TUI share:

XETRA share price TUI share:
1,566 EUR -1,85% (16.09.2022)

Tradegate share price TUI share:
1,557 EUR +1,27% (16.09.2022)

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Brief profile of TUI AG:

The TUI Group (ISIN: DE000TUAG000, WKN: TUAG00, ticker symbol: TUI1, NASDAQ OTC symbol: TUIFF) is the world’s leading tourism group. The large portfolio of strong tour operators, 1,600 travel agencies and leading online portals, five airlines with around 150 aircraft, over 400 hotels, 15 cruise ships and destination agencies in all major holiday countries around the world are bundled under the umbrella of the group. The entire tourism value-added chain can be found under the umbrella of the group. With this integrated offer, TUI can offer 27 million guests incomparable holiday experiences in 180 destinations around the world.

A central element of the corporate culture is global responsibility for sustainable economic, ecological and social action. This is reflected in the commitment to more sustainable tourism that has existed for more than 20 years. (09/17/2022/ac/a/nw)