Changes in Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Holdings

From 13D TrackerWhile certainly not an activist investors, Warren Buffett’s moves are always newsworthy:Here are his latest from a quarterly 13F filing yesterday.:The firm showed a new 10 million share position in Western Union Co. (NYSE: WU).The firm raised its stake in USG (NYSE: USG) from 10.2 million shares to 16.7 over the quarter (already known through 13D). The firm raised its stake in Lowes (NYSE: LOW) from 780K to 7 million over the quarter. The firm raised its stake in Nike (NYSE: NKE) from 2.47 million to 4 million shares. The firm raised its stake in Iron Mountain Inc. (NYSE: IRM) from 5 million to 6 million.The firm lowered its stake in Anheuser-Busch Companies Inc. (NYSE: BUD) from 43.5 million shares to 36.4 million. The firm lowered its stake in Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) from 5.5 million to 746K. The firm lowered its stake in Ameriprise Financial Inc. (NYSE: AMP) from 23.9 million to 19.3 million over the quarter (already known from 13G, currently at 14.72 million). The firm lowered its stake in H&R Block (NYSE: HRB) from 11.4 million shares to 10.98 million shares.

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