Nutrien Ltd. has spent most of the past month trading under $65 dollars. During that period, three insiders spent just more than $1.8-million buying shares in the public market. The biggest buyer was executive vice-president and chief executive officer of retail Michael John Frank, who bought 21,300 common shares at an estimated average price of $62.22. Also buying was Susan Jones, who is executive adviser to the CEO, who picked up 8,150 common shares at $61.31 on Dec. 3. Meanwhile, one insider sold 10,000 shares.
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