By Market News Video Staff, Monday, November 8, 10:46 AM ET
Emcor Group (NYSE:EME) shares are falling today after the company said its CEO is going to exercise 100,000 options and sell an additional 160,000 shares.
The company said the move is part of CEO Frank MacInnis’ long-term strategy to diversify his investments, however the stock is down 1.3% today.
Emcor is a 2.95% holding of the Dynamic Building & Construction Portfolio (AMEX:PKB), in the company of top holding Fluor (NYSE:FLR) at 5.43% of the portfolio, and Jacobs Engineering Group (NYSE:JEC), at 5.35% of the fund.
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