Teva shares jump 11 percent after Berkshire reports $358 million stake

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  1. Teva shares jump 11 percent after Berkshire reports $358 million stake  CNBC
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  3. Teva Shares Pop After-Hours on News of Berkshire Investment  TheStreet.com
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Berkshire reports holding . million ADRs of Teva, the Israel based drugmaker. Warren Buffett s conglomerate also bulked up on Apple and Bank of New York, while trimming stakes in IBM, GM and Wells Fargo. Teva Pharmaceutical shares jumped percent after Berkshire Hathaway .Teva Pharmaceutical shares jumped percent after Berkshire Hathaway reported a $ million stake..Teva Pharmaceutical shares jumped percent after Berkshire Hathaway reported a $ million stake. In a quarterly regulatory filing on Wednesday, Warren Buffett s Berkshire Hathaway reported holding . million ADRs of Teva. After spiking, Teva was still up more than percent in after hours trading..Shares in Teva rose as much as percent after Berkshire Hathaway disclosed via a regulatory filing that it had taken a $ million stake in the drugmaker, CNBC reported Wednesday. According to the filing, Berkshire Hathaway holds . million shares in the company. FirstWord Reports Providing .







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