Ctrip.com International (NASDAQ:CTRP), Teck Resources Ltd. (NYSE:TCK) and HudBay Minerals Inc. (NYSE:HBM) hit midday well in the green this Friday. Gulf Coast Ultra Deep Royalty Trust (NASDAQ:GULTU), AK Steel Holding Corp. (NYSE:AKS) and MacroGenics Inc. (NASDAQ:MGNX) are in the red.
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Ctrip.com soared +22.97% after reporting 33% revenue growth for the fourth quarter. In the portfolios of billionaires George Soros and Julian Robertson, the China-based travel platform has gained nearly +30% over the past five days.
Tech Resources gained +9.11% this morning, though it’s still down about -26% over the past year. The diversified resource company can be found among Ray Dalio’s holdings.
HudBay minerals climbed +8.97%. A mining company based in Canada, HudBay had its price target raised from $11.00 to $13.00 by analysts at RBC Capital earlier this month. Richard Chilton has a small HBM stake.
AK Steel Drops After Warning of Q1 Loss
Gulf Coast Ultra Deep Royalty Trust tumbled -9.9%. Short interest in the stock is actually on the decline, though it is still down nearly -45% year-to-date. Leon Cooperman and John Paulson have positions in the company.
AK Steel Holding Company dipped -5.95% and is down nearly -35% YTD. News broke this week that the company anticipates a first quarter loss. As of his most recent 13F filing, Jorge Lemann holds 2.58 million AKS shares.
MacroGenics Inc. fell -5.51% early in the day. Billionaires Julian Robertson and George Soros overlap on the stock.