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inside information

information known only by those most involved with the issue; secret information relating to an organization. I have some inside information about the Smith Company.
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Warby described any person going into any market and engaging in any transaction on inside information with others who didn't know that information or know that the other party had it, would fit that description and would be debasing that market.
McPhail tipped the defendants on other occasions, funneling them inside information about American Superconductor's quarterly earnings announcements in July and September 2009, and again in January 2010, the complaint alleged.
The BHA had studied Bowe's extensive betting against horses trained by Jonjo O'Neill, for whom Cooper used to work, during an earlier period, but the disciplinary panel were not convinced he was in possession of inside information.
Chiesi traded in the securities of IBM and AMD on the basis of Inside Information provided by Moffat in accounts affiliated with New Castle.
Market participants must always be alert to the possibility that inside information is being passed, and where it is they must not trade.
It also told firms to introduce formal policies to allow internal reviews to probe whether inside information had leaked.
These restrictions imply that inside trades are rarely motivated by specific inside information that would violate insider-trading laws.
It's only a valid target of the law in a situation where there's actual fraud involving someone to whom the trader had a fiduciary obligation, such as the one Sam Waksal had to his shareholders not to trade on inside information.
The SEC says an individual with such inside information either must abstain from trading in the securities of the company or properly disclose what he or she knows before buying or selling them.
The government's securities market watchdog said Tuesday it filed a criminal complaint against the president of a small Tokyo advertising agency for allegedly using inside information to trade shares in a Japanese computer game builder that tied up with a Disney subsidiary.
Could the outside directors of the Star companies have acquired their large stakes because of inside information about their firms' superior prospects?
It was like nothing they had ever seen: actual inside information from an active-duty Soviet intelligence officer.
It examines the definition of an insider and of inside information and the various criminal offenses relating to insider dealing.
1(4), the directors of Invesco Asia Trust plc ('the Company') confirm that they are satisfied that all inside information which the directors and the Company have leading up to the announcement of the Half-yearly Financial Results has been notified to a Regulated Information Service ('RIS') and therefore dealings as referred to in LR 15.
ASIC alleges that in the course of advising Clean Seas Tuna Ltd (Clean Seas), Mr Graham received inside information about Clean Seas, and while in possession of that inside information, Mr Graham disposed of securities in Clean Seas as follows: