: Bed Bath & Beyond bankruptcy fuels near-record short selling: Stocktwits


The specter of bankruptcy had loomed over Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. for months before the home-goods retailer filed for Chapter 11 on Sunday.

Bed Bath & Beyond’s BBBY stock fell 37.1% Monday on volume of 376.82 million shares, well above the stock’s 65-day average of 105.6 million.

Stocktwits, a social platform for investors and traders, told…

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