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Describes exchange and government regulations providing for the release and free exchange of all information pertinent to a given security.
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The act of revealing all relevant information to the public, especially to avoid the appearance of bias or fraud. The SEC requires publicly-traded companies to render full disclosure of their financial state as much as possible. See also: Transparency.
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The disclosure of all relevant financial and operating information. For example, the SEC requires public corporations to make full disclosure when they issue securities.
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A requirement to reveal all information relevant to a transaction. Some states have full disclosure laws requiring transmittal of property condition information to buyers.
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