• Insider Dealing and Market Manipulation. A Brief Overview of European Anti-Manipulation Law and Its Impacts

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(Jiri Crha was born in Brno, Czech Republic. In 2010, he graduated from International Management and International Trade majors at University of Economics, Prague and from Law and Legal Studies major at Faculty of Law, Masaryk University. His publications have been focused on financial markets'' manipulation so far.)


The issue of capital market protection, especially from manipulation with financial instruments'' prices and abuse of inside information, forms the content of this essay. After the legal introduction of market manipulation in EU directives and regulations, which gives manipulation relevant context, there follows the analysis of particular forms of manipulation, which can be used to influence prices of investment instruments. Then, analysis of impact of investment recommendation to selected stock prices (i.e. NWR, ERSTE and Telefónica O2), which are traded on Czech stock market RM-System, is performed. Final chapter of the essay handles the analysis of some market manipulation and insider trading cases from the past, together with the discussion of impacts of stricter regulation of financial markets to their efficient functioning.

MATERIAS: financial markets regulation, insider dealing, inside information, investment recommendation, market manipulation, Securities Trading, stock exchange regulation

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