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Nov. 13--INSIDER TRADING IS a weekly report of stock transactions involving officers, directors and owners of 10 percent or more of a publicly held company.
Corporate insiders historically make more economically sound decisions in trading their own company's stock than do other investors. Selling by insiders is not necessarily negative, however, because they may sell stock for tax reasons, estate planning or cash needs.
Here are the most recent transactions reported to the Securities and Exchange Commission and the New York and American stock exchanges by companies with interests in Florida. Insider Trading is compiled by First Call/Thomson Financial of Boston.
ALBERTSONS INC.: Patrick S. Steele, vice president, sold 16,000 shares of common between $21.38 and $21.44 each on Oct. 2 and now directly and …