Trading Day

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 11.9.17

A big bump in pay for Genworth’s CEO, a CarMax director sells nearly $1 million in shares, and third quarter earnings season continues with the first report from a local supplier that recently joined the Big Board.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 11.2.17

A local company announces a $710 million acquisition, a bank CEO buys a big batch of shares and third quarter earnings reports continue to roll in.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 10.26.17

A local bank exec is leaving her post at yearend and gets a severance agreement on her way out, while third quarter earnings reports continue to roll in, including a loss for Markel fueled by recent natural disasters.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 10.12.17

Earnings season is set to begin, with at least one local company setting the date for the release of its third quarter numbers, and several local executives sell shares in this week’s roundup.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 10.5.17

Multiple CarMax executives exercise options for millions of dollars’ worth of vested shares, a local REIT reports its second quarter earnings, and a new employment agreement for a local bank CEO in this week’s roundup.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 9.28.17

The parent of a local bank declares a quarterly cash dividend, CarMax reports its second quarter earnings, and several local executives and directors exercise stock options.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 9.21.17

Union Bank lands a new commercial banker from a much larger Ohio institution and announces the date for a shareholder vote on its pending deal to acquire Xenith Bank, and two local executives each sell $1 million in shares.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 9.14.17

A recently merged bank files it proxy, a local exec cashes out stock options, and Genworth sets the date for its shareholder meeting while it awaits a deal to be acquired by a Chinese conglomerate.

Trading Day: Local SEC filings for 9.7.17

A new president at one of Richmond’s biggest banks, local companies report impacts from Hurricane Harvey, and a WestRock director continues to sell off millions of dollars’ worth of shares.