A key new requirement for AIM companies under the MAR applies when a decision is made not to disclose inside information
So while executives are not using a lot of inside information
in their trading decisions, their more cautious interpretation of publicly available fundamental information does contain an important message: if top executives don't believe the extremes of the market but actively go against them in their trading decisions, maybe individual investors should not believe them, either.
If a firm partner or employee discloses the inside information
to a confidant who is not a firm partner or employee, then the misappropriation rules may apply.
Toshiyuki Ishiko, 61, president of Maerchen-Japan, is suspected of using inside information
on a tie-up, announced in January 2001, on an online game project between T&E Soft Inc.
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But it convincingly demonstrates that 30 years ago the CIA possessed inside information
from a unique source that strongly suggested that the Soviet state was foredoomed.
Listed corporations must disclose inside information
to the public in a timely manner.
THE BATTLE FOR CASH: does inside information
help you to beat the bookie?
Firstly, they were to agree a definition of inside information
and then decide the rules and general approach that should be taken to tackle related issues.
Although there's a broad consensus, among Wall Street executives as well as Washington policy makers, that trading on inside information
is harmful to investors and the market, this consensus has never been supported by solid evidence.
has until June 24 to file its response to the SEC's complaint that it made e-mail offers to sell inside information
concerning government approval of a contract which would affect a company's stock (NL/NL 4/30/03).