Elon Musk's brother sold Tesla shares worth $25.6 million after an upward streak in the electric-car maker's stock

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  • Kimbal Musk, a Tesla board member, sold $US25.6 million shares in the electric-car maker this week.
  • Elon Musk’s younger brother still holds nearly 600,000 shares in the company, worth about $US483 million.
  • Board member Antonio Gracias also sold 150,747 Tesla shares, but replaced them with call options.
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Kimbal Musk, billionaire Elon Musk’s younger brother, sold Tesla shares worth $US25.6 million shares on Tuesday, according to filings registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

He sold 30,000 directly owned shares at an average price of $US853 per share, the filings showed. The 48-year-old, who is a Tesla board member and restaurateur, still holds 599,740 shares in the company, worth roughly $US483 million.

Tesla’s shares rose 743% in 2020 and are up about 14% so far in 2021.

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Separately, Tesla audit committee member Antonio Gracias sold 150,747 shares in the electric-car maker at an average price of $US845.36 on Tuesday, according to another filing. But Gracias replaced these positions by purchasing 150,747 call options that expire in June 2022 and 2025, with exercise prices of $US52.38 and $US68.56. Gracias, a board member who also serves as the chairman and CEO of Valor Equity Partners, owns 1.3 million shares in Tesla via the AJG Growth Fund, the filing showed.

Tesla executives and insiders hold about a 19.6% stake in the company, according to Bloomberg.

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