Nancy Pelosi's husband bought $5m of shares in semiconductor firm days before vote that could hand $52bn to chip manufacturers

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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband Paul was blasted for buying $5 million of shares in a chip manufacturer days before a legislative vote that could hand $52 billion to semiconductor producers. 

On June 17, 2022, Paul purchased 20,000 shares, of NVIDIA, considered one of the world's largest semiconductor companies, according to the report.

The stock NVIDIA, (NVDA) that Paul traded is from the Santa Clara, California-based multinational technology company, that has been reported to be one of the most watched stocks, according to Zacks Equity Research, Yahoo Finance reported.    

The disclosure reveals that the stock that is estimated to be worth between $1 million and $5 million, which Nancy filed with the House of Representatives on Thursday, Insider reported.