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Oz research says mining directors worst for insider trading

Insider trading is rife among executive and directors of junior resources companies, according to an analysis of on-market trades by the Australian National University.

Haydn Black
The Australian National University is concerned insider trading is rife

The Australian National University is concerned insider trading is rife

The study, led by Dr Dean Katselas, tracked 50,000 directors' trades made after good and bad news announcements over a 10-year period from 2005.   The review from the Research School of Finance, Actuarial...

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