Top Insider Buy & Sell Stocks: WINA, AIR, LYB, MMM, TJX, DY
Friday, January 13, 2022 9:48 AM



As the US stocks trade sharply lower on Friday on reports of coming downgrades of euro-zone nations by rating agency Standard & Poor's, several stocks reported heavy insider buying. Some notable stocks are discussed here.

Winmark Corporation (Nasdaq: WINA), a franchisor of four value-oriented retail store concepts, which buys, sells, trades and consigns merchandise, said that its CEO J. Morgan has bought 3,000 shares for a total value of $160,000 at an average price of $57.08 per share. WINA is trading higher by 0.40 percent to $58.44 on Friday.

AAR Corporation (NYSE: AIR), a diversified provider of products and services to the worldwide aviation and government and defense markets, said that its Director M. Walfish has bought 3,000 shares for a total value of $51,000, at an average price of $20.35 per share. AIR is currently trading lower by 1.29 percent to $20.66 a share.

LyondellBasell Industries NV (NYSE: LYB), a Netherlands-based company engaged in the chemical industry, said that its CEO has sold 157,000 shares for a total value of $5,482,000 at an average price of $35 per share. The company’s stock rose sharply on Wednesday, gaining 7.7 percent to $36.95 a share after a report suggested that the profitability of the company could boost due to the use of Ethane. LYB is trading lower by 1.77 percent to $38.20 a share.

3M Company (NYSE: MMM), a diversified technology company with a presence in industrial and transportation; health care; display and graphics; consumer and office; safety, security and protection services, and electro and communications, said that its Chief Technology Officer, F. Palensky has sold 6,000 shares of the company for a total value of $499,000 at $85.00 per share. MMM is trading  lower by 0.43 percent to $83.92 a share.

TJX Companies Inc. (NYSE: TJX), an off-price apparel and home fashions retailer in the United States and worldwide, said that its Officer, J. Rossi has sold 49,000 shares of the company for a total value of $3,203,000 at $65.53 per share. TJX is trading up by 0.18 percent to $65.43 a share.

Dycom Industries Inc. (NYSE: DY), a provider of specialty contracting services, said that its director C. Coe has bought 3,000 shares for a total value of $55,000 at an average price of $20.99 per share. DY is trading down 0.96 percent to $21.62 a share.

 

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