# How can short-interest ratio be decreasing when price of a stock is decreasing and amount shorted is increasing?

So I am looking a particular amount shorted of a stock on bloomberg. The first panel clearly shows that SI ratio is decreasing on the last data point. Also simultanously it shows the price of the security decreasing on the last data point (everything else constant, i.e. if the amount shorted did not change this should increase the short interest ratio).

Worse, the second panel of the picture, shows an increase in total amount shorted.

So overall shouldn't the Short interest ratio be increasing?

We also have a short interest ratio of 1.1738 for a price of 34.83 monetary units. Then, this means that average daily volume (ADV) over the last 30 trading days is $$3.246M/1.1738 \approx 1.868M$$.