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Supreme Court seeks to clarify insider trading

Justices indicate that tips passed between friends and relatives can be prosecuted        
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The Supreme Court showed little enthusiasm Wednesday for cutting back on the government’s power to prosecute people who profit from trading stocks based on inside information. Instead, most of the justices said it made sense to char...

The Supreme Court is likely to make it easier to prosecute insider trading

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The Supreme Court sounds like it will make it easier to prosecute insider trading, in a highly-watched case that could affect hedge fund managers and other traders. U.S. Supreme Court justices hearing a indicated on Wednesday they c...


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