Rules related to the stock exchange have the primary aim of ensuring that information which may affect the market's assessment of a security is provided in a proper and complete manner. Such information may be, for example, that a public bid will be made or that a major change has been made to someone's shareholding. Regulation is accomplished not only by means of legislation, but also through an agreement, e.g. the Stockholm Stock Exchange's registration contract.
For further information see the articles about the Flagging Rules, Public offers and Insider Trading
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