On balance: when conflicts happen between Russian and EU inside information rules

Author: | Published: 14 Sep 2018

Issuers should consider potential conflicts between Russian and EU inside information rules before listing

Imagine a donkey which is equally hungry and equally thirsty. It is presented with an equally enticing pile of hay and pail of water. Which should the donkey consume first? Should it quench its thirst or satisfy its hunger? Torn between the two, unable to make a choice, the donkey eventually dies from thirst, or hunger, or both....



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