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Berkshire Hathaway Shares Bounce Back Above $100,000

Berkshire Hathaway shares have bounced back to six-digit territory.  They closed today (Friday) at $100,700 each, up $4,300 or 4.46 percent.

It's the first close above $100,000 since November 14 for Warren Buffett's holding company.

Before the past seven sessions, Berkshire had stayed above $100,000 for over two years, since first breaking through that level in October, 2006.

The stock hit an intraday low of $74,100 just five trading days ago.  It's up 36 percent from that point.

For the year, Berkshire is down 28.9 percent vs. the benchmark S&P 500's drop of 39.6 percent.

Berkshire's drop from December's all-time closing high of almost $150,000 has been cut to 32.5 percent, after peaking at 50 percent last Thursday, November 20.  The next day Berkshire soared 16 percent, its best day in decades.

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