insider dealing


insider dealing
insider dealing or insider trading noun
The criminal offence of using information not publicly available to deal on the Stock Exchange
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insider dealing UK US noun [uncountable]
the crime of buying or selling shares in a company using information that is available only to people working within that company
Thesaurus: crimes in finance and businesshyponym general words for crimessynonym

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inˌsider ˈtrading [insider trading] (also inˌsider ˈdealing) noun uncountable
the crime of buying or selling shares in a company with the help of information known only by those connected with the business, before this information is available to everybody

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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