This week there has been a paucity in the total number of transactions by directors in their own companies. That's down to the fact that fewer companies produce their results at this time of the year, and it is after these releases that directors are best placed to buy or sell shares once the closed period is over. Another reason is many of those deals taking place this week are related to options. We take a look at two of those transactions - St. Modwen Properties where its directors have been buying, and Sepura where one of its directors has sold over a million shares - but don't worry, he still holds 10m.
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