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Supreme Court appears hesitant to curtail insider trading prosecutions

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 charge people with stock fraud if they knew they were making quick...
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