insider dealing


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insider dealing

or

insider trading

n
(Stock Exchange) dealing in company securities on a recognized stock exchange, with a view to making a profit or avoiding a loss, by a person who has confidential information about the securities that, if generally known, would affect their price. Its practice by those connected with a company is illegal
insider dealer, insider trader n

insider dealing

The illegal use of privileged information when trading on the stock market. For example, if someone knows that a takeover bid is about to be launched and starts buying shares because they think this will cause the value to increase.
Translations

insider dealing

, insider trading
n (Fin) → Insiderhandel m, → Insidergeschäfte pl

insider dealing

insider trading n (Stock Exchange) → insider trading m inv
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Nevertheless, the Financial Services Authority, appointed to the same role as the SEC here in the UK, has secured just five jail terms for insider dealing in nearly a decade in operation, even though it oversees one of the biggest financial markets in the world.
POLICE arrested eight men yesterday in connection with a major probe by the City's financial watchdog into insider dealing.
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The Financial Services Authority, which has more than doubled staff engaged in criminal prosecutions for insider dealing, complained yesterday it is still waiting to be given legal powers promised by the Government.
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