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Pelosi's spouse purchased a $10 million option in Microsoft stock by him


In recent financial disclosure forms, Nancy Pelosi's husband bought millions of dollars in Microsoft and ROX stock.

Paul Pelosi exercised call options and paid $130,000 for a portfolio of 15,000 shares of Microsoft stock at a price of $130. By the end of the day, Pelosi, who is an owner and manager of a California-based investment and consultancy company, had bought and sold 10,000 shares in the business for $140 a total of $140,000

since then, Microsoft's share prices rose from about $230 to $255, a gain of about 11% in U.S. dollars. a $50 million agreement was made on the 31st of March

Noting that they also recently confirmed that they have acquired AI company recognized for improving Siri's underpinnings, the software firm announced on Monday also on Monday that they bought voice recognition firm Nuance for $2.7 billion in an all-cash transaction.

For an additional $500,000 to $1 million, he invested $1,000 into Roblox Corp on the day the company went public. Ranges are required, but not required to list the exact numbers.

COPYRIGHT_WI: Published on https://washingtonindependent.com/ebv/pelosi-spouse-purchased-micrsoft-stock/ by Frazer Pugh on 2021-04-21T14:35:16.611Z

Roblox, whose approximate worth was $41.9 billion, went public on Wall Street at $64. In today's market, prices have risen to around $80 per dollar.

Members of Parliament and their spouses may swap businesses and sectors they may have special privileges in, if one spouse agrees to look after the interest of the other. It's unconstitutional for family members, members, members of Congress, and members of Congress to benefit financially from inside knowledge under the STOCK Act, which was enacted in 2012.

Pelosi, who was the 10th-richest paid Member of Congress in 2018, declared a net worth of around $114 million on her latest filing, making her sixth-richest in the House and the richest overall, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

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Frazer Pugh

Frazer Pugh - I work in the investment management sector as a professional. Previously, I advised top financial services companies on balance sheet management, portfolio planning, and valuations as a consultant. I am currently pursuing a part-time MBA at Melbourne University, where I am a lecturer in accounting and hedge fund strategies, as well as a mentor/coach in a part-time equity analysis initiative. I have a bachelor's degree in economics, a master's degree in finance, and am a Chartered Accountant. I enjoy instructing and assisting others in achieving their objectives.

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