Short Interest in Dollarama Inc. (OTCMKTS:DLMAF) Declines By 20.3%

decline of 36.8% from the March 30th total of 2,706,900 shares. Based on an average daily volume of 517,400 shares, the short-interest ratio is presently 3.3 days. The stock of Dollarama Inc. (OTCMKTS:DLMAF) registered a 36.8% decrease in short interest. 1,707,000 shares were sold short as of Apr

( ) saw a significant drop in short interest for the month of the April. On April 30, there were 1,707,000 short shares, which is a decrease of 20,3% from April 15th's total of 2,143100 shares. The days-to-cover is currently 5,690.0 days based on an average daily volume of 300 shares.

Dollarama stock down 0.7 %

On Monday, the price of the stock fell by $0.45 to $61.79. The company's average volume is 3,014, but 509 shares were traded. The company's 50-day moving is $59.92, and its 200-day moving is $59.72. In a report published on Thursday 30th March, National Bank Financial increased their target price for Dollarama in Canada from C$90.00 up to C$92.00.

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Dollarama, Inc provides online shopping services for a variety of customers. It sells a variety of products including general merchandise, consumables, and seasonal goods. Lawrence Rossy founded the company in 1992. It is based in Montreal, Canada. offers a FREE daily email newsletter