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Code of Ethics
This is an analyst’s recommendation on whether to buy, hold or sell a specific stock by evaluating its expected performance and/or risk level..
This is a change from public ownership of a company to private ownership either by a company repurchasing all its shares or by a private buyer doing so. This may happen when the value of the shares is drastically low making it possible to acquire them cheaply. Companies may go private to restructure their businesses or to fend off takeover threats..
There are two types of insider trading. The first type occurs when someone trades shares at the stock exchange based on crucial information about the company which the public do not yet know. This is illegal regardless of whether you are a director, broker, friend or family member of an insider. The second is legal and occurs when an insider buys such shares but after the crucial information has been made public at which time there is no direct advantage over other investors..
This is a document drafted by the Kenya Association of Stockbrokers and Investment Banks as a self regulatory guide to the manner by which the members do business with the investing public..
These are shares which are most frequently traded (bought and sold) at the NSE, as distinguished from partly active shares in which trading is not as frequent. The shares of most leading companies are active..