Inside information is precise information that has not been publicly disclosed, which directly or indirectly affects one or several issuers of financial instruments or one or several financial instruments, which would be suitable for considerably influencing the price of these financial instruments or the price of underlying derivative financial instruments, as a savvy investor would probably use this information as part of the basis for their investment decision.
German: Insider-Informationen (430)
Source: FMA AT m. e. E., 30.10.2018
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