Tristel Plc (LON:TSTL) insider Paul Christopher Swinney purchased 8,300 shares of the business’s stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, November 19th. The shares were purchased at an average cost of GBX 235 ($3.07) per share, with a total value of £19,505 ($25,486.74).

Shares of LON TSTL opened at GBX 232.50 ($3.04) on Tuesday. Tristel Plc has a 1-year low of GBX 175.56 ($2.29) and a 1-year high of GBX 326.01 ($4.26).

The business also recently announced a dividend, which will be paid on Friday, December 14th. Shareholders of record on Thursday, November 15th will be paid a GBX 2.98 ($0.04) dividend. The ex-dividend date is Thursday, November 15th. This is an increase from Tristel’s previous dividend of $1.60. This represents a dividend yield of 1.14%.

Separately, FinnCap reissued a “corporate” rating on shares of Tristel in a report on Wednesday, October 17th.

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About Tristel

Tristel plc develops, manufactures, and markets infection control, contamination control, and hygiene products in the United Kingdom, Germany, and internationally. It offers hospital infection prevention and control products under the Tristel brand; contamination control products for pharmaceutical and personal care industries under the Crystel brand; and animal health infection prevention and control products under the Anistel brand.

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