The stock of cargo services provider Cargojet Inc. (Thursday’s close $225.82) has been flying, more than doubling year-to-date on the back of the stay-at-home economy and its need for rapid business-to-household deliveries. Its shares hit an air pocket Nov. 9 when Pfizer Inc. announced positive results from the Phase 3 study for its COVID-19 vaccine. In the time since, Cargoject CFO John Kim has sold more than US$5-million worth of shares in the public market while CEO Ajay Virmanis sold more than US$95-million worth of shares in a private transaction (not on chart).
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