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Closing price December 3, 2021
A couple of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest exchange-traded funds sold nearly 270,000 shares of Meta on November 22.
One of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest funds bought nearly 200,000 shares of Facebook (now known as Meta Platforms) on October 29.
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Friday afternoon's analyst upgrades and downgrades included Adobe, Alphabet, CSX, Facebook, Lululemon Athletica and Nvidia.
One of Cathie Wood's ARK Invest funds sold nearly 50,000 shares of Facebook on September 13.
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Cirrus Logic, Facebook, Spotify and Wingstop were among the analyst upgrades and downgrades seen on Thursday.
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