Short ratio of BioAmber Inc.

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Short ratio is the number of shares sold short divided by the average daily volume.

Short ratio is calculated by dividing the number of shares sold short by the average daily trading volume, generally over the last 30 trading days. The ratio represents the number of days it takes short sellers on average to repurchase all the borrowed shares. The ratio is used by both fundamental and technical traders to identify trends.

The percentage represents the number of days it takes short sellers on average to repurchase all the borrowed shares. Short selling is the practice of selling securities or other financial instruments that are not currently owned, and subsequently repurchasing them. In the event of an interim price decline, the short seller profits, since the cost of (re)purchase is less than the proceeds received upon the initial (short) sale. Conversely, the short position closes out at a loss if the price of a shorted instrument rises prior to repurchase. A high short ratio can be an indicator that there will be some buying pressure on the security that would increase its price.

Short ratio of companies in the Basic Industries sector on NYSE compared to BioAmber Inc.

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BioAmber Inc., an industrial biotechnology company, produces and sells bio-succinic acid to various chemical market customers primarily in the United States and Canada. Its proprietary technology platform combines industrial biotechnology and chemical catalysis to convert renewable feedstocks into chemicals that are replacements for petroleum-derived chemicals. The company's bio-succinic acid is used in various applications, including plasticizers, polyurethanes, personal care products, resins and coatings, de-icing solutions, PET resins, lubricants, polybutylene succinate, fine chemicals, and food additives. Its product pipeline also includes bio-succinic acid derivatives, such as 1, 4 butanediol and tetrahydrofuran used in elastomers, engineering plastics, shoe soles, spandex, and solvents; succinic acid based polyesters for use in automotive interiors, fibers and non-wovens, food packaging, plastic bags and cups, and organic composite boards; and C6 building block chemicals comprising adipic acid, caprolactam, and hexamethylenediamine used in carpets, engineering plastics, textiles and fibers, films, and polyurethanes. The company was formerly known as DNP Green Technology, Inc. and changed its name to BioAmber Inc. in September 2010. BioAmber Inc. is headquartered in Montreal, Canada.

  • BioAmber Inc., 1250 Rene Levesque West, Montreal H3B 4W8, Canada
  • bio-amber.com
  • 514-844-8000