The bi-weekly list of tickers with the 25 biggest gains and declines in short interest includes an investment firm, an airline trying to merge with a bigger rival, a soft drink giant, and a well-known cosmetics retailer. No individual candidate for a short-squeeze rally stands out, but there still are some tickers to take note of.
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