By  on December 7, 2017

Sears Holdings Corp. is being pushed to investigate what a sizable single investor said has been an “alarming” amount of short-selling, a problem that could be solved by going private.

Memento SA, a Swiss investment manager that operates a trust for a family holding about 2 million shares of Sears, said in an open letter to the ailing department store that it’s concerned about the periodically “high levels” of short selling activity.

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