Non-executive director Richard Stone has offloaded some shares in the engineering conglomerate Halma, taking advantage of strength in the price following last month's full year figures. He sold 10,000 shares at 418.7p each, pocketing a total of £41,870.Following the sale, he still has 10,000 shares. The shares have been strong since Halma last month said pre-tax profit from continuing operations rose to £104.6m in the year ended 2 April 2011 from £86.2m in 2010. Revenue for the period rose to £518.4m from £459.1m previously. Top Director BuysLondon Stock Exchange Group (LSE) Director name: Mr Xavier RoletAmount purchased: 15,000 @ 1,074.47p Value: £161,170London Stock Exchange Group (LSE) Director name: Mr Doug WebbAmount purchased: 7,371 @ 1,074.47p Value: £79,199Top Director SellsHalma (HLMA) Director name: Mr Richard StoneAmount sold: 10,000 @ 418.70p Value: £41,870
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