Synchrony Financial (SYF) Shares See Move Off Session Lows
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Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF) shares are seeing positive trading activity as they move off of session lows today.
Net money flow is $35.5 million for an uptick-to-downtick ratio at 3.5 times, suggesting stronger buying pressure.
Short interest recently rose 21.8 percent to 13.1 million shares, or 1.57 percent of float.
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