The well-documented rise and tumultuous fall of WeWork (WE) is potentially concluding with the co-working company releasing a statement on August 15 warning investors that it had “substantial doubt” regarding its ability to remain solvent among the precarious commercial real-estate environment and mounting losses.
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EquiLend’s Nancy Allen, Head of Data & Analytics Solutions, discusses Orbisa’s leading securities lending data platform for buy-side market participants while taking a deep dive into the Orbisa dataset
Renewed uncertainty in the banking sector has led to increased price volatility and lending demand in several regional banking securities. Orbisa data adds context to the dynamic situation as it unfolds.
Regional bank stocks rebounded this week as news broke that First Citizens Bank (FCNCB) would acquire the deposits and loans of SVB. In part five of our Silicon Valley Bank analysis, Orbisa continues to track the impact of market movements across several banking securities signaling the momentum is largely mixed.
Part four of our Silicon Valley Bank analysis sees Orbisa tracking the continued impact of the banking turmoil on securities lending. Nearly two weeks after the collapse of SVB, our data analysts are closely monitoring both macro and security level momentum as seen in Orbisa.
Part three of our Silicon Valley Bank analysis sees the impact of the banking crisis widening on securities lending. Our data analysts explore the ripple effect of the crisis and how it continues to spread both domestically and abroad as seen in Orbisa.
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In our latest analytical piece, Orbisa explores chipmaker Nvidia (NVDA), showing short sellers were active in Nvidia with the quantity of shares on loan increasing over the past year before peaking at 24 million shares in March; however, with Nvidia’s share price riding the tailwinds of the AI boom, borrowing demand for shares has collapsed.