- 24-Week # shares bought: 1,100
- 4-Week # shares sold: 1,800
- 12-Week # shares sold: 1,800
- 24-Week # shares sold: 1,800
- 4-Week # shares sold: 5,307
- 12-Week # shares sold: 49,698
- 24-Week # shares sold: 118,416
U.S. stock futures rise modestly as the decision from the United States to grant China's Huawei a three-month extension to buy parts from U.S. companies is looked upon as a sign of progress in the trade war between the world's two largest economies; Home Depot, Kohl's and Toll Brothers report earnings; Apple's spending on its streaming service reportedly soars past $6 billion.
Such a bid would be almost 28% higher than Monday's closing price of $28.21 for Hilton Grand Vacations.
While earnings season may be winding down, there are still a few key companies reporting the week of August 19th.
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