Today’s daily gainers are OpenTable Inc (NASDAQ:OPEN), Alliance One International, Inc. (NYSE:AOI), ING US Inc (NYSE:VOYA) and daily losers are BioFuel Energy Corp. (NASDAQ:BIOF), YY Inc (NASDAQ:YY), SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD).
Soros wins with OpenTable
Today’s top gainer is OpenTable Inc (NASDAQ:OPEN), a company that provides restaurant reservation solutions around the world. The stock shot up +13.79%, reaching $80.90, after announcing better-than-expected Q3 earnings. Billionaire George Soros acquired 36,000 shares (0.02% of his fund) for $62.49 each last quarter.
The second company with a major gain is Alliance One International, Inc. (NYSE:AOI). The tobacco firm is up +7.90% to $3.14. Investor Seth Klarman holds more than 7.6 million shares after selling 500,000 shares last quarter. He paid an average price of $3.85 per asset.
The last firm in our daily gainers is ING US Inc (NYSE:VOYA). The financial stock climbed +7.52% to $33.30 after presenting an optimistic Q3 earnings report. Last uarter, billionaire David Einhorn purchased 3.7 million shares for $24.60 each, representing 1.88% of his portfolio.
It was an extremely rough day for BioFuel Energy Corp. (NASDAQ:BIOF). The stock plunged to $1.36, a -48.87% loss. This comes on the heels of an announcement that the energy company has sold two plants to Green Plains Renewable Energy Inc. (NASDAQ:GPRE), informs Bloomberg. A couple of our billionaires are hurting with this one. David Einhorn holds 1.4 million shares (0.09% of his fund), acquired for $19.34 each. Daniel Loeb owns 1.04 million shares (0.08% of his portfolio), purchased for $3.71 each.
The second firm in our daily losers list is YY Inc (NASDAQ:YY). Despite its excellent Q3 performance, the tech company dropped -10.00% to $48.50. Tiger Global holds 1.4 million shares, which represent 0.69% of the fund. Tiger paid an average per-share price of $13.03. ,
The last firm of the day is SandRidge Energy Inc. (NYSE:SD). The energy stock is down -8.45%, hitting $5.96. Billionaire Leon Cooperman holds 29.25 million shares, representing 2.26% of his portfolio. The shareholder paid an average price of $6.16 per asset.