Battling the Dark Arts: Combating Stock Market Manipulation in Australia – From the Early Days of Share Trading to 1990
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This thesis traces the historical roots of stock market manipulation in the domestic context, from the early days of share trading to 1990—the year of the first successful prosecution for market rigging in Australia. It will consider the role that governments and stock exchanges have played in combating this insidious activity, which has plagued domestic stock markets since share trading began on the streets of gold mining towns across the Australian colonies.
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