price-sensitive information

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Information about a company which, if publicly known, could affect its share price. This includes figures on profits, employment, turnover, innovations, mineral finds, changes in senior management, or takeover bids. Preferential access to price-sensitive information is what makes ‘insider traders’ insiders. See also insider dealing.

Subjects: Economics.

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