's Pine River Capital Management
has recently adjusted its position in four stocks, according to documents filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Pine River Capital Management has increased its position in EveryWhere Global Inc
, which recently merged with ROI Acquisition Corp (NASDAQ:EVRY
), to 416,092 shares. Brian Taylor's fund now owns 1.9% of the company's outstanding stock. Previously, Pine River owned 46,192 shares of EVRY.
Pine River Capital Management has decreased its position in Ellington Residential Mortgage REIT (NYSE:EARN)
to 235,336 shares (2.6% of outstanding stock). Previously, the fund held 498,658 shares of the REIT.
Taylor's fund has also cut its stake in Western Asset Mortgage Capital Corp (NYSE:WMC)
to 506,341 shares, which is 2.0% of outstanding stock. The fund previously held 1.5 million shares of WMC.
The fund has also decreased its position in ARMOUR Residential REIT, Inc. (NYSE:ARR)
to 13.8 million shares. The now own 3.9% of all outstanding ARR stock. Previously, Taylor's fund was long 18.8 million shares of the stock.
Pine River Capital's largest equity holdings are General Motors Company (NYSE:GM
). The fund owns 11.2 million shares of GM, and the equity makes up 2.33% of the hedge fund's portfolio. American Capital Ltd. (NASDAQ:ACAS)
is the second-largest equity holding in the Pine River portfolio. Taylor and company own 12.2 million shares of the equity firm and global asset manager. The third-biggest equity stake in Pine River's portfolio is American Capital Agency Corp. (NASDAQ:ANGY)
. The fund owns 7.1 million shares of the stock, and recently increased its stake by 480%.
Everywhere Global Inc., the only stock from this batch of recent filings that Pine River upped its stake in, is also held by Greg Taxin
's Clinton Group
, which owns 3.2 million shares, and Manish Chopra
's Tiger Veda
. Mr. Chopra is long 435,000 shares of the stock.
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