Stocks in Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway portfolio fell Friday. Among Buffett's holdings identified in Berkshire Hathaway's latest Securities and Exchange Commission filing, 11 rose while 35 fell. One was unchanged.
Teva Pharmaceutical ADRs (TEVA) rose 21 cents, or 1.84%, to $11.63.
Charter Communications shares (CHTR) rose $4.22, or 1.1%, to $386.41.
Costco Wholesale shares (COST) rose 91 cents, or 0.37%, to $248.35.
Among Buffett stocks underperforming Friday, StoneCo shares (STNE) fell $1.00, or 3.72%, to $25.87.
Phillips 66 shares (PSX) fell $2.59, or 2.96%, to $84.81.
Amazon shares (AMZN) fell $38.57, or 2.02%, to $1,869.00.
Berkshire Hathaway A shares (BRK.A) fell $1,581.00, or 0.51342%, to $306,355.00.
Berkshire Hathaway B shares (BRK.B) fell $1.36, or 0.66%, to $203.27.
So far this year, 38 of Buffett's stocks have risen while nine have declined.
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