Ctrip.com International NASDAQ:CTRP, Teck Resources Ltd. NYSE:TCK and HudBay Minerals Inc. NYSE:HBM hit midday well in the green this Friday. Gulf Coast Ultra Deep Royalty Trust NASDAQ:GULTU, AK Steel Holding Corp. NYSE:AKS and MacroGenics Inc. NASDAQ:MGNX are in the red. Sign up for our free newsletter Ctrip.com Climbs Ctrip.com soared +22.97% after reporting 33% revenue growth for the fourth quarter. In the portfolios of billionaires George Soros and Julian Robertson, the China-based travel platform has gained nearly +30% over the past five days. Tech Resources gained +9.11% this morning, though it's still down about -26% over the past year. The diversified resource company can be found among Ray Dalio's holdings. HudBay minerals climbed +8.97%. A mining company based in Canada, HudBay had its price target raised from $11.00 to $13.00 by analysts at RBC Capital earlier this month. Richard Chilton has a small HBM stake. AK Steel Drops After Warning of Q1 Loss Gulf Coast Ultra Deep Royalty Trust tumbled -9.9%. Short interest in the stock is actually on the decline, though it is still down nearly -45% year-to-date. Leon Cooperman and John Paulson have positions in the company. AK Steel Holding Company dipped -5.95% and is down nearly -35% YTD. News broke this week that the company anticipates a first quarter loss. As of his most recent 13F filing, Jorge Lemann holds 2.58 million AKS shares. MacroGenics Inc. fell -5.51% early in the day. Billionaires Julian Robertson and George Soros overlap on the stock. Ctrip.com Soars On Q4 Numbers appeared first on ValueWalk. Like this article? Sign up for our free newsletter to get articles delivered to your inbox -By iBillionaire
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