Why Is Brera (BREA) Stock Up 128% Today?


  • Brera (BREA) stock is up as investor Dan McClory buys more shares.
  • The company’s executive chairman now holds a 54.5% stake in Brera.
  • He also controls 83.7% of its voting power.
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Brera (NASDAQ:BREA) stock is rising higher on Thursday following news of investor Dan McClory acquiring a majority stake in the European football club operator.

McClory, the executive chairman of Brera’s board of directors, has acquired another 4.55 million shares of BREA stock. That brings the investor’s total holdings in the company to 6.85 million shares.

With this latest stock purchase, McClory now holds a 54.5% stake in Brera. In addition to that, he holds securities that give him 83.7% of the company’s total votes.

Brera CEO Pierre Galoppi said the following about the investment news:

“This exciting development coincides with the welcoming of esteemed international business leaders to our Advisory Board, who not only support the Brera mission and understand the inimitable opportunities but are committed to enhancing our strategic capabilities to best position Brera for success.”

How This Affects BREA Stock Today

News of the enlarged stake in the company has shares experiencing heavy trading this morning. That has more than 4.4 million shares changing hands as of this writing. This is already well above the company’s daily average trading volume of about 767,000 shares.

BREA stock is up 128.4% as of Thursday morning.

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