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Linamar Corp.’s stock has struggled with a case of the semi-conductor blues this holiday season. When it reported third-quarter results, sales for its mobility segment, including the automotive area, slipped. Linamar blamed the decline primarily on semi-conductor supply issues. Meanwhile, the stock has drifted towards the lower end of its 52-week range, off about 10 per cent over the past month as of midweek. Last week, chief executive officer Linda Hasenfratz added to her holdings by acquiring 50,000 common shares in the public market via Linamar’s share grant program.


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