General Motors has seen an increase of 16.6 percent in its short figure. This augmentation of its short figure took the company to 52305641 shares as of the 15th June 2015 from 44839905 as of 29th May 2015. As far as floated shares are concerned, the short interest was at 3.6 percent. The cover days are just four given the daily average volume was at 14444566 shares. This information was released on the 24th June 2015 by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, Inc.
The company saw a loss of 1.07 percent in the last 52 weeks. As of 23 March 2015 the shares were at their one year high of $38.99 and on 15 October 2014, it was one year low at $28.82. The fifth day moving average is steady at $35.47 while the two hundred day moving average is at $35.66. The S&P 500 has managed to rally 8.87 percent in the last fifty two weeks.
On Wednesday, the company closed its share in the red in the middle of some volatile trading. The shares closed 3.14 percent lower at $35.16 and a total of 16928375 were traded in the day. The shares opened the day at $35.91 and had an intraday high of $ 35.97 and intraday low of $ 35.11. The market cap for the company is set at $56,509 million while total outstanding shares are 1607208000.
General Motors Corporation or GMC designs, builds and sell trucks, cars and even automobile parts across the world. They even provide automotive financing through one of their subsidiaries. The total worldwide sales for the company in the year ending 31st December 2012 were at 9.3 million.