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Weekly CFO Buys Highlight

According to GuruFocus insider data, the recent chief financial officer buys were HBT Financial Inc. (NASDAQ:HBT), Athenex Inc. (NASDAQ:ATNX) and Terex Corp (NYSE:TEX).

HBT Financial CFO bought 10,000 shares

Executive Vice President and CFO Matthew J. Doherty bought 10,000 shares for $16 per share on Oct. 16. Since then, the stock has declined 0.25%. HBT Financial has a market cap of $420.200 million and its shares were traded around $15.96.


Director Dale S. Strassheim bought 5,000 shares for $16 per share on Oct. 16. Larry J. Kallembach also bought 5,000 shares and Executive Vice President Chief Retail Officer Diane H Lanier bought 1,500 shares. Since then, the share price has decreased by 0.25%.

Athenex CFO bought 1,000 shares

CFO Randoll Sze bought 1,000 shares for $10.99 per share on Oct. 17. Since then, the share price has tumbled 10.01%. Athenex has a market cap of $764.430 million and its shares were traded around $9.89. The company has a price-sales ratio of 7.76.

Athenex announced its second-quarter results with revenue of $22.20 million and gross profit of $5.26 million, while the net loss was $32.03 million. The 2018 total revenue was $89.10 million, a 134% increase from 2017. The gross profit was $42.1 million, a 226% increase from the year prior. The net loss was $117.44 million.

CEO and Chairman of the Board Johnson Yiu Nam Lau bought 6,000 shares for $10.16 per share on Oct. 16. Since then, the stock has declined 2.66%. Life Sciences Master Perceptive bought 67,222 shares for $10.29 per share on Oct. 16. The share price has decreased by 3.89% since then.

Terex CFO bought 545 shares

Senior Vice President and CFO John D. Sheehan bought 545 shares for $23.99 per share on Oct. 10. Since then, the share price has climbed 12.71%. Terex has a market cap of $1.93 billion and its shares were traded around $27.04. The company has a price-earnings ratio of 159.06 and a price-sales ratio of 0.40. The trailing 12-month dividend yield is 1.60%, while the forward dividend yield is 1.63%.

Terex announced its second-quarter results with revenue of $1.31 billion and gross profit of $271.80 million, while the net income was $75.10 million. The 2018 total revenue was $5.13 billion, a 17% increase from 2017. The gross profit was $966.80 million, an 18% increase from the year prior. The net income was $113.70 million.

Senior Vice President of Finance and Business Development Brian J. Henry bought 137 shares for $25.14 per share on Oct. 11. Senior Vice President of Human Resources Kevin A. Barr bought 14 shares for $25.14 per share on Oct. 11. Since then, the share price has increased by 7.56%.

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