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Continuous Disclosure

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Companies that are listed on a stock exchange have to disclose any important information that could affect the price of the company's shares as soon as it is known. This keeps the whole market informed of changes to a company. The aim of the law is to stop insider trading, i.e. trading in a company's shares by a person who has information not known to other people.


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