Understanding Why Getty Images Holdings Stock Is Moving Up Today.

After this morning's 7.8% surge to $6.39 per share, Getty Images Holdings might just keep moving past its target price of $6.46. With an average analyst rating of buy, and target prices from $5.5 to $8.0, the stock's next move is anyone's guess.

Getty Images Holdings's short interest — meaning the percentage of the share float that is being shorted — is lower than average at 1.8%. The stock's short ratio is 0.78. Since 58.08% of the company's shares are owned by insiders, we can infer that there is a degree of alignment between management and shareholder interests.

Another number to watch is the company's rate of institutional share ownership, which now stands at 43.7%. In conclusion, we believe there is positive market sentiment regarding Getty Images Holdings.

Institutions Invested in Getty Images Holdings

Date Reported Holder Percentage Shares Value
2022-12-31 Koch Industries, Inc. 20% 80,499,253 $514,390,215
2022-12-31 Neuberger Berman Group, LLC 20% 78,921,523 $504,308,521
2023-03-31 Carlyle Group Inc. 3% 11,902,817 $76,058,999
2023-03-31 Zazove Associates LLC 0% 401,978 $2,568,639
2023-03-31 Skylands Capital, LLC 0% 200,250 $1,279,597
2022-12-31 Invesco Ltd. 0% 174,255 $1,113,489
2023-03-31 Simplex Trading, LLC 0% 112,958 $721,801
2022-12-31 Bank of America Corporation 0% 97,380 $622,258
2022-12-31 RBF Capital, LLC 0% 70,027 $447,472
2022-12-31 Susquehanna International Group, LLP 0% 51,794 $330,963
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