Macy’s Surge Gives Soros an Early Reason to Give Thanks

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Today’s midday gainers are Syneron Medical Ltd. (NASDAQ:ELOS), Macy’s, Inc. (NYSE:M), WebMD Health Corp. (NASDAQ:WBMD) and midday losers are Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:BAGL), International Tower Hills Mines Ltd. (NYSEMKT:THM), Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS).

Macy’s Surge Gives Soros an Early Reason to Give Thanks

Soros gets a boost with Macy’s

Today’s top gainer midday is Syneron Medical Ltd. (NASDAQ:ELOS). The energy stock rose +12.21% to $10.57 after announcing a better-than-expected Q3 earnings report. Billionaire Seth Klarman holds four million shares, representing 0.87% of his fund. The investor paid an average price of $10.48 per share.

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Second up is Macy’s, Inc. (NYSE:M). The retailer shot up +12.21% ($10.57) after beating Q3 earnings estimates. Billionaire George Soros holds 1.7 million shares (0.93% of his fund), acquired for $38.27. Ray Dalio holds 126,000 Macy’s shares, which represent 0.05% of his fund. The investor paid an average price of $29.48.

Last is WebMD Health Corp. (NASDAQ:WBMD), a provider of health information services. The stock is up +7.48% and trading at $40.02. As of June, Carl Icahn holds 5.5 million shares (0.75% of his portfolio), acquired at $34.64 per asset.

Midday Losers

Topping off today’s list is Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:BAGL). The stock dipped -8.84% to $16.29. Billionaire David Einhorn holds 9.2 million shares, representing 2.42% of his fund. The investor paid an average price of $15.66 per asset.

Coming in at a close second is International Tower Hills Mines Ltd. (NYSEMKT:THM). The mining company fell -5.14% to $0.41. Billionaire John Paulson owns 17.8 million shares, representing 0.07% of his fund. The investor paid an average price of $2.64 per asset.

Last up is Citrix Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ:CTXS). The tech firm is down -4.82%, now trading at $58.01. Investor Ray Dalio holds 274,000 shares (0.14% of his fund) after acquiring 70,000 last quarter. The billionaire paid an average price of $70.07 per share. And with 100,000 shares, CTXS represents 0.07% of Soros’ fund, having paid $66.61 per asset.

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