Today we head to the agriculture area which, like the mining group, had a painful 2013. Agriculture chemical maker and distributor Agrium Inc. had a particularly tough 2013, but so far 2014 has been much kinder to the stock. In fact, Agrium shares are up about 25 per cent from their summer low of $83.46. Agrium started the new year off with a new CEO, Charles Magro, who was previously the chief operating officer. On March 6, he bought 4,700 shares at $106.22 in the public market. In addition, in February, CFO Stephen Dyer bought 2,485 shares.
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Infographic reflects public-market transactions of common shares or unit trusts by company officers and directors.
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