Warren Buffett announces new partnership with Berkshire Hathaway Paramount, Citigroup

Omaha, take it. – On Monday Warren Buffett’s company unveiled all the investment measures it made in the first quarter, when it spent more than $ 51 billion on the stock.

But Buffett has already shared the biggest investment with Berkshire Hathaway BRK

BRK
Shareholders at the company’s recent annual meeting. This means that investors already knew that he had invested heavily in the Chevron CVX,
Occidental Petroleum Oxy
And HP Inc. HPQ
During the quarter, about 4 million more Apple AAPLs were picked up
Shares and bets that will go through the acquisition of Microsoft Activation Blizzard.

But the Securities and Exchange Commission also released new shares in Citigroup C on Monday.,
Associate Financial Associate,
Media company Paramount Global PARA,
Insurer Merkel MKL,
Chemical Manufacturer Selaniz Corporation CE,
And Pharmaceutical Distributor McKesson Corp. MCK.

Berkshire has added 2 million General Motors GMs
Shares The company shrunk from $ 147 billion to $ 106 billion when it issued 62 million shares of the automaker during a quarter due to all its stock purchases.

The Berkshire filing submitted on Monday did not specify what action Buffett had taken or what other two Berkshire investment managers had invested. But Buffett typically manages all major investments in companies worth more than 1 1 billion, such as Apple, Berkshire shares in Bank of America BAC
And Coca-Cola KO.
Buffett and other Berkshire officials did not comment on the quarterly stock filing.

Recent SEC filings show that Berkshire continued to buy shares of Occidental Petroleum after the end of the first quarter and now holds more than 15% of the oil producer’s stock.

In addition to all the new investments, Berkshire has sold nearly 10 10 billion worth of stock, including a reduction in its holdings in Grocer Kroger KR.
And Verizon Communications VZ,
And the exclusion of investment in pharmaceutical manufacturer ABV ABBV
And Bristol Myers Squibb BMY.

In addition to investments, Berkshire owns an eclectic repository of more than 90 companies, including BNSF Railroad, several major utilities, Geico and other insurers, and a repository of manufacturing and retail companies.

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