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Implications of Insider Trading on Share Market in Karachi

Nadeem, Sher (2005): Implications of Insider Trading on Share Market in Karachi.

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This thesis gives a revealing insight into insider trading in the karachi stock market. Officials, brokers, small investors, partners in law firms, financial advisers and many others were interviewed and invited to offer their perceptions of the incidence of insider trading about to comment on the effectiveness of regulation in the industry. The findings of the survey were examined closely. The purpose of the study is analyze the current position Insider trdaing in the Karachi Market because insider tarding these days is making a continous addition to the problems that arise in the atochk market and give birth to the market erosion and leads to disinvestment by the institutioanl and the small investors. The fairness of the market is destroyed by Insider trading. It effects the position of the small investors in the market. Even the Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) decided to investigate the current rising trend in the stock market and to check speculative trade in the market. The regulator to this effect will soon carry out inspections of brokers to find out whether the current trend in the market is based on the fundamentals or the grand rises are sequel of insider trading.

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