US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock trades


Hi Mike Rossi a reporting justice department investigations of stock sales by three senators have ended three US senators are no longer under justice department investigation for stock transactions made in the weeks before the corona virus outbreak sent markets downward senator Kelli Leffler of Georgia whose husband is chairman of the New York Stock Exchange said her accounts were managed by third party advisers senator Dianne Feinstein of California reported her husband sold between one point five million dollars and six million dollars worth of stock in a San Francisco based biotech company senator Jim in off of Oklahoma sold anywhere between roughly three hundred ninety five thousand dollars and eight hundred fifty thousand dollars worth of stock in multiple companies in late January and early February Mike Crossey up Washington

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