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U.S. corporate crisis bailouts may prove bonanza for insider trading, new study warns

Reuters Thursday, 26 March 2020
White-collar crime prosecutors and defense attorneys are likely to be busy following a massive economic stimulus package from the U.S. Congress aimed at mitigating the fallout from the coronavirus, according to a new academic study of insider trading.
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