Soros Fund Management has published its 13-F filing, which sets out the fund's long positions as of the end of the third quarter.
The filing sets out Soros' investments in eBay and PayPal Holdings, the e-commerce payment provider that was spun out of the online retailer earlier this year.
Soros' upped his position in eBay over the quarter, adding 2.2 million shares, taking his position to around 5.4 million shares. That has a value of around $132.1 million.
Soros' also has $137 million, or more than 4.4 million shares, in PayPal.
That makes it his ninth-biggest holding, ahead of eBay in tenth.
The eBay-PayPal split took place in July, with eBay investors getting one PayPal share for every eBay share owned. It is unclear how many shares Soros received in the split.
Other new holdings for Soros' fund include CIT Group, in which the fund invested more than $112 million. CIT shares are down more than 13% so far this year.
Soros Fund Management also made smaller bets on energy-infrastructure firm Schlumberger, Kraft Heinz, and Amazon.com.
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