Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway ( BRK.A) – Get Report( BRK.B) – Get Report B went to the store last quarter, acquiring new stakes in Kroger ( KR) – Get Report and Biogen ( BIIB) – Get Report, while selling most of his Phillips 66 ( PSX) – Get Report and Travelers ( TRV) – Get Report holdings, according to a regulative filing Friday.
Berkshire, Buffett’s financial investment car, acquired nearly 19 million shares of Kroger throughout the last 3 months of 2019, according to a 13 F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Berkshire also added a new position in Biogen, getting 648,447 shares of the business.
Buffett dumped most of his stakes in Travelers and Phillips 66, as well as about a third of his holdings in Goldman Sachs ( GS) – Get Report, and about 15%of his stake in Wells Fargo ( WFC) – Get Report
Buffett likewise offered some Apple ( APPL) , unloading 3,683,113 shares and leaving Berkshire with a simple 245 million approximately.
In after-hours action, Biogen rose $6.50, or 2%, to $33950
Kroger got $1.71, or 6%to $2994
Goldman, Wells Fargo, Phillips 66 and Travelers and Apple were little changed in late action.
Berkshire Hathaway A shares rose $1,72394, or 0.5%, to end at $340,22394 Berkshire Hathaway B shares rose 33 cents, or 0.15%, to end at $22680
Other stocks in Berkshire’s portfolio were blended Friday.
Visa ( VISA) shares increased $2.89, or 1.39%, to $21029
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