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Insider trading is when a person with secret knowledge about a company buys or sells the company's shares to make a profit or avoid a loss, at the expense of other investors. New Zealand law prohibits insider trading. Share markets have rules that require companies to publicly announce any changes that could affect the price of their shares. These rules are policed by the stock exchange and the Securities Commission.

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