Glenview adds Microsoft, Clarivate, exits Union Pacific, Alibaba and expanded stakes in Amazon, United Rentals

Aug. 15, 2022 6:25 AM ETAMZN, MSFT, GPN, FLEX, UNP, CI, BSX, ABC, URI, MYGN, THC, BHC, WTW, FMC, EPAM, META, BABA, GOOGL, UBER, CLVT, DOW, ZI, ISBy: Khyathi Dalal, SA News Editor1 Comment

Wall Street Reels As Major Financial Companies Face Crisis

Spencer Platt

  • In its recent 13-F filing, Larry Robbins and Mark Horowitz owned fund Glenview Capital indicated that it has acquired new stakes in Microsoft (MSFT) with 0.2M shares, Willis Towers Watson (WTW) with 0.13M shares, ZoomInfo Technologies (ZI) with 0.3M shares, EPAM Systems (EPAM) and Clarivate (CLVT) at 2.39M shares.
  • The funds total value stood at ~$4B; quick look at the quarterly performance snapshot provided by Fintel.io:

  • The fund exited positions in Union Pacific (UNP), AmerisourceBergen (ABC), Alibaba (BABA), BauschHealth (BHC), Evolus among many others.
  • The fund raised its stakes in Amazon (AMZN), FMC (FMC), Cigna (CI), United Rentals (URI), Alphabet (GOOGL), Meta Platforms (META), Tenet Healthcare (THC) and Uber Technologies (UBER) among many others.
  • Among others who faced a trim down in stakes is - Flextronics (FLEX), IronSource (IS), Boston Scientific (BSX), Global Payments (GPN), Myriad Genetics (MYGN) and Dow Chemical (DOW).

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