Radar Movers: AIG and HP Surge Higher, Nordstrom Sinks on Outlook

Shares of Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) edged slightly lower on Thursday, but are receiving a bid in late afternoon trading. The tech giant is reportedly no longer the top holding among hedge funds. According to fresh Goldman Sachs data, the iPhone maker is now in third place, behind Google (NASDAQ:GOOG), with a total of 67 funds holding it as a top-10 position in the fourth quarter. This is down from 109 funds in the past quarter.

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