market abuse

market abuse
Conduct that adversely affects a financial market and falls below the standards expected by the regular user of that market. The Financial Services Authority ( FSA) can enforce disciplinary action against those who commit such abuses. Exchange Handbook Glossary
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A conduct that adversely affects a financial market and falls below the standards expected by the regular user of that market. The Financial Services Authority ( FSA) can enforce disciplinary action against those who commit such abuses. London Stock Exchange Glossary

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