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Synonyms for manipulation

exerting shrewd or devious influence especially for one's own advantage


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the action of touching with the hands (or the skillful use of the hands) or by the use of mechanical means


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The regulator had sent a request to the firm asking it to furnish information about a user allegedly involved in stock manipulation, which was denied.
SEC Charges Two Lawyers and a Paralegal in a Stock Manipulation Scheme
"Competitive Models to Detect Stock Manipulation" (Jose Thoppan, M.
Although this may be the first such case of stock manipulation, it will not be the last.
Stock manipulation, a felony in Cyprus, is classified as a misdemeanour in Greece.
Salt Lake City -- OVERSTOCK.COM announced a California Court of Appeals decision has cleared the way for trial of its stock manipulation case against Merrill Professional Clearing Corporation, a clearing brokerage firm.
"The issue of stock manipulation, or perceived stock manipulation, particularly in the penny market, is extremely common, and it's a challenge to the regulators," said Jacob Frenkel, securities attorney at Shulman Rogers Gandal Pordy & Ecker PA, to Bloomberg.
The case involved stock manipulation and the false reporting of a profit of [yen]570m.
* A completely unsupported and biased allegation based on rumors that stock manipulation "is the national sport" in Saudi Arabia because "there are no casinos." * The application of differing standards of proof for different individuals and organizations resulting in an arbitrary and confusing set of standards that seems demonstrably biased against the Middle East.
16 ( ANI ): Pamela Anderson was conned into promoting a massive stock manipulation scam that defrauded 20,000 investors out of 30 million dollars.
While company stock manipulation was denied, it is a reminder of the region's need to allay fears of corporate wrong doing with an even stronger focus on governance and transparency.
For example, indictments allege that the LCN has infiltrated securities firms to conduct illegal stock manipulation and fraud schemes.
The deadline had been extended twice due to delays in regulatory reviews and legal issues related to stock manipulation charges against Lone Star.Country: , South KoreaSector: Banking/Financial ServicesTarget: Korea Exchange Bank (KEB)Buyer: Hana Financial Group IncVendor: Lone Star FundsDeal size in USD: 3.5bnType: DivestmentStatus: Agreed, Delayed
Hana Financial Group ended up 7 per cent after US private equity firm Lone Star decided not to appeal a court verdict that found it guilty of stock manipulation, potentially clearing legal hurdles to its planned sale of Korea Exchange Bank to Hana.