Goldman Sachs Reports Kimberly-Clark de Mexico SAB de CV (KCDMY) Downgrade; Shorts at Ata Ads (ATAI) Raised By 76.47%

Ata Ads (NASDAQ:ATAI) had an increase of 76.47% in short interest. ATAI’s SI was 9,000 shares in January as released by FINRA. Its up 76.47% from 5,100 shares previously. With 12,500 avg volume, 1 days are for Ata Ads (NASDAQ:ATAI)’s short sellers to cover ATAI’s short positions. The SI to Ata Ads’s float is 0.11%. The stock decreased 0.35% or $0.02 during the last trading session, reaching $5.68. About 518 shares traded. ATA Inc. (NASDAQ:ATAI) has declined 33.02% since January 22, 2017 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 49.72% the S&P500.

The stock increased 0.53% or $0.05 during the last trading session, reaching $9.44. About shares traded. Kimberly-Clark de México, S. A. B. de C. V. (KCDMY) has 0.00% since January 22, 2017 and is . It has underperformed by 16.70% the S&P500.

ATA Inc., through its subsidiaries, provides computer testing services in the PeopleÂ’s Republic of China. The company has market cap of $130.02 million. The firm offers services for the creation and delivery of computer tests utilizing its test delivery platform and proprietary testing technologies that are used for professional licensure and certification tests in various industries, including IT services, banking, teaching, and insurance; and administrative services, such as test registration, scheduling, fee collection, and certification fulfillment. It currently has negative earnings. The Company’s e-testing platform integrates various aspects of the test delivery process for computer tests, from test form compilation to test scoring and results analysis; and mobile test administration platform MTS enhances test administration.

Kimberly-Clark de M??xico, S. A. B. de C. The company has market cap of $6.43 billion. V., together with its subsidiaries, makes and commercializes disposable products for daily use by clients in Mexico. It has a 26.59 P/E ratio. The firm offers diapers, pull-up training pants, swimming diapers, wet wipes, shampoos, creams and bar soaps, and feeding products for babies; toilet papers, napkins, facial tissues, and paper towels for home; and feminine napkins, panty protectors, tampons, and intimate wipes for women.